Tag: j-pop

mini J-Song Roundup #11 – All About YouTube Covers

Like many other people, I love listening to covers of music I’ve heard before, whether that be from another well-known musician in a live concert or fans who record themselves singing and/or playing an instrument in their bedroom. You really don’t know what to expect when going into a song cover (other than that they’re ...

Happy Birthday, Hanazawa Kana!

It’s February 25th in Japan when this post is published, which means it’s the birthday of one Hanazawa Kana! HanaKana is considered to be an extremely popular voice actress within the anime industry, given her many main roles (around 150-200 of them!) in various anime, some of them even being in well-known franchises like Durarara!, the Monogatari ...

Weekly J-Song Roundup #4 – tofubeats, EARPHONES, frederic (and more!)

Hello hello! Welcome back to another Japanese song roundup, it’s almost surreal that I’ve maintained doing this segment weekly. I thought I’d be too lazy to continue by the third week, but the streak is now four weeks and hopefully it goes on for many more. But if you happen to be new to this ...

Need Some More J-Music Suggestions?

About half a year ago, I wrote a post discussing about and suggesting some Japanese musical bands/artists that I’ve discovered over the time I’ve been an aniblogger and learning about the entertainment culture over there. Some derived from the anime I’ve watched, some were just bands I happen to find on Spotify or YouTube, but ...

Getting to Talk About Idols with a Fellow Blogger

First off, let me say that it’s been pretty busy in this time around but thankfully I’ve been finding time to work on some posts here and there. Just be on the lookout for a post or two on here and also over on #moe404! 🙂 Secondly, I want to make this short because this ...

BanG Dream’s Anime Song Covers Are Amazing

Rhythm games have been very popular over the years and most of the games we have seen in the past and present have originated or are from none other than Japan. Dance Dance Revolution, Beatmania, Taiko Drum Master, the list is endless with the creations of rhythm games in Japan. Now that we’re in an age where ...