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25 May 2009 @ 22:58
At Japanese class:

Me: I really want to go to Kyuushuu this summer. I've seen lots of posters within trains stations. It looks really beautiful. It has lots of tradition and culture.
Sensei: Really? What kind of traditions?
Me: Well... it was the setting for an anime and manga that I saw. It has demons and vampires. And shinigami. And lots of cake and doughnuts.
Sensei (laughing): You've given me a lot of clues as to the identity of this anime, but I have no clue which one you're talking about!

Actually, despite the silliness, the Nagasaki arc from Yami no Matsuei really did make that city *feel* amazing. Does anyone have a map of all the areas the shinigami pairs worked in? I know Tsuzuki/Hisoka were Kyuushuu and I'm sure Watari must have been Kansai. Who else? I know it was all listed in a map in the manga, but my volumes are in the UK.

I also want to go to Sendai. You know *mumble mumble* flower-arranging school... Incidentally, All That Weiss has a map of Japan showing every place Weiss has been. Ken had a mission in Kagoshima, an area which comes highly recommended.

先生 「隣の家は隣家(リンカ)と言います。」
僕 「そして、隣のアップルは隣ゴと言います。」

(^^ Sorry, this conversation doesn't work in English at all.)

Going to see Kuroshitsuji musical this week. There is no way it can be bad. No way at all. :P
キモさ満々♡ 미친 외국인: did somebody say PUDDING???dilettantka on 25th May 2009 22:30 (UTC)
Oh wow, you're right, it did seem magical. It's been so many years since I read YnM. My volumes are in America. :/ I was thinking of trying to liberate those and my volumes of Gravi when I go see my mom in July.
Williamgenkischuldich on 28th May 2009 16:28 (UTC)
I can just hear the BGM as Tsuzuki runs through the streets after Muraki. I think it was probably the number one anime that made me want to see Japan. And yet I've never been to Nagasaki yet!