Switzerland’s “most perverted” otaku has once again taken the spotlight after he revealed that Swiss customs officials confiscated about 30 kilograms (66 pounds) of doujinshi (self-published) manga.
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A college student in Southern California caught everyone’s attention after putting his passion for Japanese pop culture on full display during his graduation ceremony.
A certified otaku named Ryan-Nghai Thai brought his anime girl huggy pillow along to the stage as he received his diploma from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California, according to SoraNews24.
A bizarre conversation on Facebook has been making the rounds in the reddit community with over 9000 upvotes since being uploaded 8 days ago.
The post detailed an incident in which a girl stalked two guy friends, thinking they were gay. For some reason, she thought that it would be entirely appropriate to confront one of them about this, and greet him in the most cringeworthy way possible.
A company in Japan has announced it will give family support benefits to its otaku employees who are “married” to their beloved anime characters.
Whether it’s a waifu, term coined to describe an anime “wife”, or husbando, the counterpart to waifu, which is a fandom slang for “husband”, employees with anime spouses will now receive the same benefits as those with IRL ones.