It’s been 2 or 3 weeks since our latest Miscellany Monday segment, but now it feels good to be back on the Monday night anime-posting grind! That being said, we’ve got some lesser-known titles and delicious snacks for you guys to check out! By the way, we’ve taken the liberty of creating links to all of our sub-pages on the blog, and placed them on our main home page so that it’ll be much easier to navigate to the page that you wanna see the most!
Now it’s time for what we’ve got cooking for your Monday night anime blog fun! If you’re looking for an anime title that deals with the occult during an alternate timeline of the Edo-Period, then the answer to your prayers is none other than Mushishi. This series is an episodic anthology that deals with Ginko, an otherworldly man that is able to see these supernatural creatures known as Mushi. Although he travels to many places and studies their ways and existence, he stresses to others that the Mushi are not evil, but aids the ones who are suffering from various problems that are caused by these ubiquitous creatures.
If you’re looking for something that you can really sink your sweet tooth into, then the answer to that lies at a confectionery shop in Japan! Uiro is a steamed cake dessert that’s made out of rice flour and sugar, and can be found and purchased at your local confection shop in Japan. Many other regions also have their own version of this confectionery treat which was also the name of a medicine during the Muromachi Period (1336-1573).
Before the week concludes we’ll be posting the links to some of our most popular Filler Posts on our main page, so that you can enjoy reading them over and over again. We’ve also made a slight change dealing with the last stop on our tour, as we’ll be traveling to Claymont, DE in the month of November to attend Thy Geekdom Con 2017. While there we will also be celebrating the 28th birthday of one of the founders of D&A Anime Blog, D.J. “Groundzkontrol” Lewis!
We’ll have more filler posts and more updates coming your way this week on the blog! And as always continue making D&A a part of you, and we’ll continue to make you a part of us! Luv ya! 😉