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When I was growing up in Japan, we loved otakus, the kind of otaku that spend a lot of time in anime shops and on social media.
This made me a big fan of the anime that I grew up watching, which was pretty much the whole “doujin” subgenre of anime.
After school, we would go to anime conventions, and we would sit in a room and listen to our favorite anime characters talk about their hobbies.
For me, I remember sitting in front of my mom and asking her how her favorite anime character was doing, and her reply was something along the lines of “he’s really into making his own anime.”
I was like, “That’s cool!”
So I started reading manga, which at the time was a lot more accessible to me.
I’d read some early manga when I was around 12, and even when I became an adult, I still loved the manga.
I also began to read more western manga when my parents would let me borrow manga books from them at a friend’s house.
I think my mom liked the way the characters talked about their hobby.
While I was reading manga for the first time, I was also doing a bit of anime in Japan.
I was playing on a game called Shogakukan, which basically allowed you to create your own manga.
I’m pretty sure I would have enjoyed a lot.
But I guess it was also the first and only time I saw the term “anime.”
At the time, manga was a pretty niche genre, and I didn’t have a lot to choose from.
So when I got a job in a video game company in Tokyo, I went and studied Japanese at university.
I wanted to be a professional manga artist, but the job wasn’t what I wanted.
It was kind of a job I was happy doing for the sake of my friends, and it was only after I got my master’s degree that I started getting interested in anime and manga.
And I was so taken with it.
So I decided to make a manga.
It turned out to be really popular.
I got the job at the company I worked at, and the first thing they asked me was, “Do you want to work on an anime series?”
I said yes.
And when they asked what kind of anime I wanted, I just told them about my anime work.
I guess I kind of stumbled upon the Japanese otaku scene, and now I’m one of the few people in Japan who is into anime and the manga genre.
When I started my anime career, I actually had no idea what anime was.
I thought it was just some kind of “nerdy thing” that was for kids, and they were obsessed with that.
But in the years since, I’ve come to appreciate anime more and more.
Even though I didn