(Art above by miyomo!)
Leo. Year of the Goat.
If you tag me, please use Amirreow! I'm a magical girl.
Amirior on Mari Server.
Cat cuddles and #majorasmask
*wakes up at 9* nice
*immediately falls asleep, wakes up at noon* less nice
If I am ignoring you, I apologize. I become distracted and will focus on one thing a while. Sometimes I’m just emotionally overwhelmed and I have to lay down for a while. I’m not ignoring you because it’s you it’s because life is distracting and hard and so sometimes I just need to stop talking to people and sometimes I do that suddenly.
Pls helb poof birb obtain millet seeb.
Guess who’s getting millet later today.
This group thing happened really spontaneously and people kept joining in, it was pretty funny really, though I feel bad for all the suiters since it was in the sun.
ME BEING IN THE MIDDLE MAKES ME A BIT UNCOMFORTABLE BUT it was fun:)
seeing photos from Bay Fur meet ups like
why did i do this to myself ya’ll are so far away everyone at Califur was so amazing and I wish I was able to just like hop over there whenever there was a meet up— dang i hate being in NC sometimes weEPS
YALL LOOK SO GOOD THOOOoooOOO!! If i dont make it to Further Confusion in January I dont know what I’m going to do with myself
Welcome to the other most criminally under-watched show of 2013. For a while, I couldn’t decide whether this show or Kyousougiga would be my AOTY 2013. I chose Kyousougiga because I enjoyed the mythical tone but it’s a matter of preference. That being said, Uchoten Kazoku is another visually stunning masterpiece by PA Works and also happens to be a family drama as well.
In this fantasy version of Kyoto, there exists a balance between three races. The Tanuki whom possesses the ability to shapshift, the Tengu who control the wind and the skies, and the humans that go about their lives blissfully unaware of the nature of either race. Uchoten Kazoku centers on a family of Tanuki who have recently lost their father and are adapting to the changes and grief it has brought them.
Uchouten Kazoku understands organic conflict on a level you will rarely find in other works of entertainment. In reality, people don’t achieve self-actualization, reach the apex of their character, and continue living their lives while breezing through issues with the lessons they’ve learned. Life is a constant struggle with oneself and the world. This reality is appropriately captured as the four tanuki brothers flounder through their days. Trying to understand what their father’s legacy means for them.
The setting of Kyoto is just as much of a character as the rest of the cast. Every episode tours the city’s many scenic vistas and synergizes with the driving emotion of the characters’ interactions. Ultimately, connecting the themes of outer-perception and inner-perception that the brothers explore while trying to learn about the different views and impacts the other two races have on their way of life.
Uchoten Kazoku is a marvelous one-of-a-kind anime that delivers on an artistic, thematic, and entertaining level. Its deep commentary on life, love, and family is thoughtfully written and will leave you in equally deep thought. The art alone is the envy of even the most successful shows. And unquestionably, a crowning achievement of modern anime.