Recommended Reading: October 28th, 2012
Thennary Nak’s Picks
Ohno Satoshi enjoys breakfast with the Press – JE News Daily
And of course is able to turn the talk towards fishing.
VS Arashi 2012.10.25 Review – J-Everything
I’m sure something happened this episode but my mind could not move off of Nino’s
International P.T.A. Membership Announced, ASMART Ships Overseas – Perfume City
The slow globalization plans continue for Perfume…
Hyun Ah’s “Ice Cream” vs. Ga In’s “Bloom”: Cut The Shit The Fuck OUT. – Love’s Spell
A purposefully controversial take on the whole slut-shaming thing, with a bonus new term to place things in perspective.
AKS Master Post 007 – Never Ending Music Power
Thoughts on Mitsumune Kaoru leaving AKB48.
“Hikari Furu” – Kalafina – Konno’s Story
Konno Asami recommends the song, but definitely not the video.
Comedian Noh Hong Chul sheds tears opening up about his character on ‘Infinity Challenge’ – allkpop
We get to see a whole different aspect of Gangnam Style’s Elevator Guy.
Idol Analysis : B.A.P. – HallyuSurfer
An interesting take on the Kpop boy band.
Things that make you go hmmm… – J-Popping
Sophie has a few questions.
Ayuse Kozue – U & I – Selective Hearing
Greg warns us away from this album by the R&B artist.
‘fanspace’ vol.38 – Namie News Network
It’s always fun to look at a new edition of this Amuro fan publication.
BONUS! Top! Series – The Females That Didn’t Make It [Part XII-2] – Love’s Spell
A look at why 2NE1 and After School dropped from Kio’s rankings.
Jmovie review: The Wings of the Kirin – HamsapSukebe
Akiramike doesn’t like over-sentimental revelations getting in the way of a good murder.
Maeda Atsuko opens a twitter account! – aramatheydidnt
But can she remain boring at 140 characters or less?
Bring on the MomoClo Madness with ‘Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimi-tachi Yo’! – Okay! Musume Time
Chiima continues her Halloween themed reviews, this time with a Momoclo video and song she loves a great deal.
Selective Hearing’s News Roundup – Selective Hearing
Hold the presses! Zima’s still around? (Just checked Wikipedia.) Only in Japan, apparently. How about that.