I think it’s really something when one of your idols falls…How a complete stranger, can have such a curious impact on your actual being.
A new installment in the NEET in Manga series! This time we’ll take a look at Boku wa Mari no Naka character Mari Yoshizaki.
If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my first review of Sakura Goromo from Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Sakura Matsuri. I outlined my experience with Japanese wagashi, reviewed the snack and elaborated a bit on my extensive food allergies.
My fellow New Yorkers and visitors to the city, if you are up for a summer shindig be sure to check out the Passport to Taiwan Festival!
Admittedly, I had no clue that this was a thing until I finally decided to flip through this month’s issue of Chopsticks NY that I picked up last week. It usually features upcoming events towards the back of the magazine pertaining to general Asian culture.
The festival seems to be run in support by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the NYS Council of the Arts and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Looking at past experience, these entities seem to organize authentic, enriching experiences for attendees.
Have you ever wondered what Cherry Blossom flavored items taste like? Anime always makes them look really great.
Today we’ll take a look at Sakura inspired creations and how they stack up against other Japanese snacks.
Oh Wagashi, How I love you so.
Saturday, May 5th is Free Comic Book Day! Have you had a chance to pick up your favorite title?
This past weekend I attended Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s annual Sakura Matsuri festival in celebration of Japanese culture. It was held throughout the entire garden with events spaced out and designated to certain subset areas. Although it was foggy with moisture clinging heavily to the atmosphere, as the day progressed the sun came out and blessed attendees with the most amazing atmosphere.