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Kigurumi Guardians

KISS AND TELL Hakka has rescued her classmate from the evil invaders, but the Guardians’ battle is only just beginning!

Author : Lily Hoshino

Release : 2017

Publisher : Kodansha Comics

ISBN : 1682339432

File Size : 73.20 MB

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KISS AND TELL Hakka has rescued her classmate from the evil invaders, but the Guardians’ battle is only just beginning! Strange things are happening around the popular idol, Ranan, and she might be taking people’s hearts. But Hakka has other concerns—her brother walks in on her and Ginger in the middle of their kiss!

Kigurumi Guardians 2

"A Kodansha Comics trade paperback original"--Colophon.

Author : Lily Hoshino

Release : 2017-10-31

Publisher : Kodansha Comics

ISBN : 9781632364913

File Size : 42.52 MB

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Lily Hoshino, the beloved artist behind Mawaru Penguindrum, offers her cute and twisted take on the magical girl genre. You probably never thought Sailor Moon needed more hot older guys in full-body mascot costumes, but Kigurumi Guardians will bring you around! Hakka's second year of middle school was dull as it could be, until a suspicious cow mascot ("kigurumi") shows up in her room, holding a sign that reads, "My Name Is Ginger." But this isn't (just?) a stalker, it's a magical being that's come to convince Hakka (and her friends) to become Guardians, and save the world! Hakka is understandably confused, until she's suddenly attacked, and a beautiful young man leaps in to save her. Can this handsome knight and the weird kigurumi be... one and the same?

Frau Faust 01

Author : Kore Yamazaki

Release : 2020

Publisher :

ISBN : 9783842063488

File Size : 54.10 MB

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A History of Popular Culture in Japan

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kyrakutákyökkai, http://kigurumisummit.org: “Japanese Mascots,” Last Week
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Author : E. Taylor Atkins

Release : 2017-10-19

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN : 1474258557

File Size : 65.18 MB

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The phenomenon of 'Cool Japan' is one of the distinctive features of global popular culture of the millennial age. A History of Popular Culture in Japan provides the first historical and analytical overview of popular culture in Japan from its origins in the 17th century to the present day, using it to explore broader themes of conflict, power, identity and meaning in Japanese history. E. Taylor Atkins shows how Japan is one of the earliest sites for the development of mass-produced, market-oriented cultural products consumed by urban middle and working classes. The best-known traditional arts and culture of Japan- no theater, monochrome ink painting, court literature, poetry and indigenous music-inhabited a world distinct from that of urban commoners, who fashioned their own expressive forms and laid the groundwork for today's 'gross national cool.' Popular culture was pivotal in the rise of Japanese nationalism, imperialism, militarism, postwar democracy and economic development. Offering historiographical and analytical frameworks for understanding its subject, A History of Popular Culture in Japan synthesizes the latest scholarship from a variety of disciplines. It is a vital resource for students of Japanese cultural history wishing to gain a deeper understanding of Japan's contributions to global cultural heritage.