Re:Rem

This morning began just like any other; with me in a borderline comatose state, gulping down some much needed coffee. After staring at a wall for a good while, my eyes fixated on the Ram figure standing on the table before me and a thought came to me. Where is Rem? Indeed, Ram & Rem are like mornings & coffee – you can’t have one without the other! I turned to my loyal ally, the internet, for help and soon enough…

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The Slowly Creeping Xmas

Hyeallo! It’s already been a few days since the last post – so why not make little update, eh? Today once again, I went for a little visit to the famous Akihabara. Even after so many years it’s still one of my favorite places in Tokyo. Anime and electronics everywhere! The main reason for today’s trip was to see weather or not the upcoming Xmas would already be visible – in the form of special figures and other seasonal products.…

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Sapporo’s Yuki Matsuri, the snow festival

We in Export-Manga wish you had a nice holiday, coming from a neverending summer in the mayority of the north hemisphere, finally the temperatures fall, important rains and… SNOW!!! I don’t know if you like snow, but I was born in a coast village and have rarely seen it and play snowball wars… in fact, it was almost 30 years ago when I saw snow as a child and barely stood on my feet, and had one of my hands…

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Aikido Weapons Iwama limited edition bokken, jo, tanto

Aikidoka & Budoka friends. Excelent chance to own a bokken, jo ,or Tanto made of japanese white oak, 100% original with Aiki seal, the same as the ones used by O Sensei Morihei Ueshiba’s students, Aikido founder, like Morihiro Saito, Hitohiro Saito and actually master Hideo Hirosawa. Brought to you directly from Japan and crafted by the Saito family. They are limited edition, as each one of them lasts nearly three years to be made. Varnishing is not needed, as we use them and take contact with the bokken or jo,or Tanto, the natural grease of our hands will turn them softer and change from white to a toast…

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