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So retro
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Princess from the moon was a classic hit movie amoungst japanese teenagers. Just as America had a set of popular movies based around teenagers, so did Japan. Japanese and Americaican 1980's movies would develop classic teenage movie classics.
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News paper clipping.
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>>12270446
I take it that it was about Kaguya-hime? Worth looking or, or too difficult to find?
>>12270457
>shooped in hands and then airbrushed in the barrel of the gun but didn't bother to put it in perspective with the butt of the gun
I feel my autism flaring up
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>>12270446
That was one of the first /jp/ things I saw, as part of a school project on Eastern culture.
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>>12270469
It was! It's fairly easy to come by. I got my copy on Amazon. It's good.
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>>12270469
Yes it is,but...>>12270478 probably is British or from some where in Europe. The Criterion collection owns the rights to the movie outside of Japan but has only released it in England for dvd. Criterion has yet to release them in North America. If you live anywhere outside of Britian than you'll need a multi region dvd/bluray player to buy/watch this film.

You could always download the movie, sure, but it doesn't bring the clarity or niche side comodities that come with the actual hard copy. Criterion version of the.movie is still going to be better than any dvd made in Japan too. Lastly you could buy the overpriced verstion of the dvd on American amazon for pirated vhs quality $100 if you were that desperate. Buying multi dvdplayer and u.k copy would be cheaper still. Hulu plus has it with the criterion collection selection though. Seems like if the criterion collection doesn't have a dvd distributed in North America than they have it on hulu plus. Its a shame, because almost all their steller retero master peices aren't released in the U.S, not even 3 of Mishima's movies are here in North America release.
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Japan always makes better movie posters....
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Now all we need is Big Trouble in Little Japan.
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>>12270604
Computers don't give a shit about region, right? 'cause if so, I wouldn't mind getting the British version and just playing it on my computer.

I've got a few Criterion DVDs so I get that's it's worth it to buy them.
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>>12270637
VLC media player won't. I'm not sure if shit like WMP cares or not.
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>>12270637
>Computers don't give a shit about region, right?

Your DVD drive does
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Are You Fucking Kidding Me Tier: le epic xD 90s kids who whine about how awesome their ~~childhood~~ was, people who don't think sailor moon crystal is way better than old sailor moon, genwunners

No, just no tier: Euphoric fedoralords that are obsessed with the 1930s or whatever, think they are a supreme gentlemen™, stuck in the past

This is Fucking Awesome tier: 80s japanese retro, cyberpunk, windows 98, fm towns graphics, has nostalgia but the good kind
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>>12270725
I like your post even more.
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>>12270756
For realsies?
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>>12270694
Really? Fucking hell, region locking is such bullshit.
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>>12270725
Ironic homosexuality is still homosexuality
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>>12270736
>people who don't think sailor moon crystal is way better than old sailor moon,
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>>12270736
Why are you such a shitstain?
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>>12270736
>nostalgia but the good kind
Like the good kind of AIDS?
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>>12270785
Its all just the same companies and families making money by sepersting and selling the rights to different regions. They make more money seperating the regions and then have the imort taxes they benifit off of skyrocket when others are importing dvds and that specidic region's dvd/bluray player. It was the same thing with vhs.

If dvd and bluray distributors cared about the people all across tje world than they would form a union saying they wold only host region 0 dvds/blurays and dvd/bluray players, but they don't because then the certian companies and families wouldn't sign contracts with them and open their own factories.

This is how things work. Divide and conqure the wallets of the peasents. Props, cause they certianly did it in terms of video pleasures.

Vhs region lock is tje worst because its hard importing a japanese vhs player these days that will play my japanese 1980's vhs tapes.
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"Retro" fetishism is annoying. Appreciating something for nothing other than its age is stupid. That many of these pictures come from tumblr is telling.

>>12270736
My idea of retro is cool and their idea of retro is lame! tier: your post
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>>12274072
I think 1980's cloros and designs is what is appealing to me when I post these images. I agree with you when you say if you just like it for coming from the past is dumb. There is that 180film quality they just don't use anymore in movies that the 80's used always. Its aedthetically appealing to look at. The hair styles are out there as well. When I mert a girl with 80's hair I flip the HELL out. Its more the quaility desgin put into products and the accomplishments of artfulness through mediums in the 80's that I enjoy. Do you really think a movie could pull off a sucessful marketing campain looking like this today? Tje ssign is appealing to the senses yet simple an unique. Look how they cut out different parts of the movie and make the poster have almost vissual iformational of the movie. So many things being said that most posters don't do to this day.

And who can forget the stunts and special effects seen at concets, movies, tv, that are all but dead today.
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>>12274072
It's not a fetish, it's nostalgia. At least for me.
>>12275082
The 80s was kind of an interesting time in a lot of ways. A lot of enduring pop culture came out of the decade, and even people who were born after the 1980s have some familiarity with 80s pop culture.
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Am I the only one here who genienuly enjoys japanese retro music and movies? (probably would watch series as well but they are hard to come by)

Seems like most of the "retro fans" are just tumblr hipsters who want to show off.
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>>12275435
Not really.While i never got into the really old stuff I love 80s music. 80s idols are the only acceptable idols, leagues above those talentless future prostitutes they put on the screen today.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BymtBqTTd-g&hd=1

;_;
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>>12275082
>>12275114
Well I'm not saying you can't like things from the past. It has a lot of history to offer. The problem is when that history is lost on people who glorify a mythic, disconnected past that's distorted by fiction and/or nostalgia. Adults who can only think of good times and kids who think the 80s is nothing more than synths and neon, picked up from a movie like Drive. Tumblr is full of the latter and that annoys me. There's no incentive to engage, rather tumblr's all about recycling content.

I love analog distortion. I like VHS fuzz because I grew up obsessively watching tapes. But I never say VHS is better than DVDs. It kinda sucked to be honest. That's what I mean by fetishism--elevating it in terms of meaning or value just because it's old. Saying shit like "retro anime is so much better" or something without getting why it is the way it is (stories, production methods, contexts). What's really interesting is not what we're attracted to, but why we're attracted to it.

Also, I really like 80s (anime) hair too. It's so big and comfy looking.
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>>12275446
Got any slower RnB-type stuff you can recommend? Something kind of like ANRI or other things by her producer?
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>>12275449
>I love analog distortion. I like VHS fuzz because I grew up obsessively watching tapes. But I never say VHS is better than DVDs. It kinda sucked to be honest. That's what I mean by fetishism--elevating it in terms of meaning or value just because it's old. Saying shit like "retro anime is so much better" or something without getting why it is the way it is (stories, production methods, contexts). What's really interesting is not what we're attracted to, but why we're attracted to it.
I'll agree with that. VHS tapes, cartridge games, all frustrating as fuck. But I get the people who go to lengths to get their emulator to look the way it looked when they played as a kid, there's a kind of odd charm to it. I happen to like film photography for party similar reasons(but mostly because old 35mm cameras were simply built way better than today's DSLRs - tanky, metal construction with chunky buttons that give really satisfying clicks).
>Also, I really like 80s (anime) hair too. It's so big and comfy looking.
Big hair wasn't just limited to anime.
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>>12276005
>I happen to like film photography for party similar reasons(but mostly because old 35mm cameras were simply built way better than today's DSLRs - tanky, metal construction with chunky buttons that give really satisfying clicks).
Analog is always warmer and more nostalgic. Film is especially more potent than digital and requires a lot more skill to get right. New digital movies with their cheap filters are a real turnoff for me. And it's nice to see things slowly deteriorate over time. Old pictures feel a little more magical when they've faded over the decades. I'm probably sounding like some of the people I've complained against, but that feeling of transience is a beautiful thing. I feel the digital age has lost that. If there's one thing that makes "retro" appealing, it's that simple fact of imperfection and impermanence.

>Big hair wasn't just limited to anime.
Yeah, but it looked especially nice in anime. Real life big hair doesn't really do it for me. Real life in general doesn't really do it for me.
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>>12276082
>Film ... requires a lot more skill to get right.
I'm gonna have to disagree with you there. Black & White and Color Negative film are exceptionally forgiving, which is what led to the rise of cheap fixed-focus fixed-exposure cameras. You can easily guesstimate exposure with color negative film and get good images, no meter required. For a complete newbie, an old auto-exposure camera like the AE-1 and a good color negative film Portra or Ektar will probably return better results than a DSLR. Slide film requires more skill, but it actually shares a lot in common with digital, in that both have a narrow dynamic range requiring more precise exposure control - not to mention slide film is quickly going the way of the dodo. A lot of people will point to bracketing exposures as a reason digital is easier than film, but most old film photography books recommend bracketing exposures to make sure you got it right and many photographers practiced it.

TL;DR, film isn't actually all that hard.
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>>12276135
Ah, I was talking about film like for movies. You obviously know more about this than me. I don't know if it operates exactly the same way, but I've heard that getting lighting and filters right for movies on film stock is considerably more difficult than digital. I've only ever used digital, but I know that you can easily film decent scenes with minimal lighting contrivances. Just white-balance, block a little bit and that usually works, even for outdoor scenes.
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>>12276216
Well lighting is a beast no matter film or digital, but digital does have several advantages over film like being lower in bulk, and giving more immediate control over ISO and white balance, ect., but there's so much more to recording video than just that. Digital certainly makes for an easier post process, and there's a lot less worry about running through all your film stock. It was also harder for a long time to review shot film with any sort of convenience, not to mention syncing up sound.

All other things the same, digital is easier, but video is a massive undertaking either way.
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http://www.pinterest.com/ranmasaotome967/???/pins/
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>>12275435
I love old Japanese films! Ozu, Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, the list goes on...
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>>12275435
Did you even see my posts? No, part of my otakudom is Japanese movies.
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Yeah I read it, sorry about generalizing so much. But I'm sure that you can agree with me atleast to some extend. Most of the people ignore old Japanese movies and music, missing most of the jokes and referenses in many new series. They always complain about "having to be this japanese to understand" some films and anime.
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>>12270736
>>>/g/43089206
I hope you don't die by look at this.
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We retro music now?
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>>12279553
Yes! I ag???. Every time this happens in modern day movies or tv shows I always am like ''hahaha so funny...but noone around me would understand this joke...I wish there were those who knew these small refferences that are so tied to Japanese culture".

Please hold me anon....
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So..uh....I. bought this
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>>12283535
Woah..Denjin Zaborger. An unforgettable milestone in tokusatsu history to be sure.
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Retro Magazine
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>>12275435

I think i've watched over a hundred pre-70s japanese films in the past few months. Golden Age Jap cinema was amazing.
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>>12280718

is that from Fighting Elegy? loved that film
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>>12283690
I don't know where I can watch it.
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>>12285622
Yes it is. It was made right before Suzuki made Branded to Kill. There was a secind film,schedguled with the full script already,written, but the studio fired suzuki wrongfuly without any pay for his movie branded to kill or severance. Seijuin suzuki then sewed the film company and won not only the law suit but also public favor. Despite this no one would hire him for 10 years later out of fear that his movies would flop along side a rebelious attitude.

Fighting Elegy's love story tied into the action is the most beautiful love affair in all of world cinema.
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>>12287889
Oh seijuin suzuki wasn't really rebelious either. The whole affair was like a smear campain againdt suzuki.
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OP do you follow my Twitter account? Cos I posted that Momoe flyer there not so long ago..
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>>12288631
You're so vain. Newsflash, shithead, the world doesn't revolve you.
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>>12288675
it clearly does, newfag
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>>12276397
This post makes me want to kill myself btw
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>>12279765

Apparently not. But still, any other Yamaguchi Momoe fans here? Most of the people seem to be more interested in 80's idols.
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>>12291640
Not really a "fan" but I do enjoy some of her music.
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>>12291930
If you enjoy her music then you are by definition a fan.
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>>12294607
Nope fuck you not a fan.
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>>12294612
Yeah you are dude
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>>12270688
ASHKENAZY WHO?
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>>12294607
Not at all. I would just be a casual listener.
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>>12291640
grabbed a whole bunch of her stuff from a torrent on rutracker. Was disappointed to find that all of the singles are only karaoke though...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm2I5VAUYsQ
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Found these in my local flee market. Picked em up for 50 cents. The one on the left is from 1990 and the one on the right is from 1977.
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>>12297692
The one from 1990 has an ad for Hunt for Red October in it.
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Televisions were serious business.
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>>12298283
Radios were cool
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Some things never change, eh ?
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Televisions still being serious business, as usual.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMhzh3miNPk
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>>12276272
The manga was meh. How's the animu?
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>>12280718
Where would you watch films like these?
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>>12297433

Most of her discography can be found at tsuzilla (blogspot) , with lots of more retro music. Sadly there's only one of Ishikawa Hitomi's albums there, would be nice to listen more of her stuff as well.
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http://youtu.be/h_y5-ppD8zY
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>>12297692
Hey, Video Girl Ai!
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>>12298729
Is that ZUN?
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Besides well know Japan actio Club Ninja movies, does anyone know any classic 1980's Japanese movies? They don't even have to be well known or famous. Heck! Some of the bedt ones are the cheaply made ones.

I've gone to great lengths pursuing.special affect Japanese 1980's fantasy.movies and Japan Action Club always, ALWAYS, delivers in the 80's; mostly consisting.of some off shoot ninjas.

At this point I've started watching the 80's Hong Kong and Taiwanese Ninja Exploitation films NOT to mention the cut and paste Alex Ho movies. Honestly, the Hong Kong and Taiwanese Ninja films aren't all that bad since they sometimes frature well known Japanese actors and huge amount of special effects, but Alex Ho movies....are the lowest.
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>>12305865
I'll post a few random shots from this japanese tv tosukatsu Cyber Ninja from 1988, aka Mari Ninja.
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>>12305872
3/7
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>>12305889
4/7
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>>12305891
5/7
MC
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>>12305897
6/7
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>>12305902
7/7
No one has ever taken interest in the niche 70's - 80's Ninja movies from Japan before.....so in before someone tells me another board.
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>>12297692
>>12297695
Thats pretty great.find for seeing them in a local store. Anyway you can post pictures of the store? Interested to see what else would be there. Sounds like they'd have some other Japanese merchindice if they just.picked up those 2 random magazines.

Also I wanted to ask you two.if you know anything about Sukeban Deka. I found tje tv dvd series in Japan but its a popular show to this day and tje dvd was equvilant to like $150 U.S D or so. At the time I didn't have the funds to just drop all that on a single dvd boxset. But I did see the Original 1980's manga volumes for ?1700. Didn't have room in the suit case for it. Decided to wait on it until next year. Its a manga series that comes in and out a lot as a whole.
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>>12275449

Sorta borderline /jp/ but stuff like this at least does that for me. Does anyone sites where you could found loads of those old 80's movie and game posters to download/view?

http://youtu.be/cU8HrO7XuiE
http://youtu.be/pxbQXg3BvIE
http://youtu.be/Gu5JP7STiXM
http://youtu.be/CZ_VLRlukcs
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>>12306567
If I slow down a Diana Ross song does that make me a Vaporwave artist too?
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>>12306567
I do, but you'lk need to wait a few hours before I can post them.

Would you alsobe interested in simply 70's retero tv and memoribelia? I also have a site that has compiled 1950's and 60's studio advertising photos for their movies.
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>>12306978
Pretty woman. She doesn't even seem ideal model for 1970's. Its nice to see regular pretty people in advertisments. Hqrd to see that today. Probqbly yhe same as bqck then I wonder.

My griend has that car too!
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>>12308248
I think you need to look a bit closer this time.
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>>12308248
It's not from the '70s, it's a 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado.
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>>12309609
Sorry Drivers.
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>>12308241
It's all good, I wouldnt mind having any of those.
>>12307255
I suppose? I think there's more editing involved and prolly 2deep4u hipster-theories related to that stuff. I just like the old music combined with run-down tape-feel to it.
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Bump.
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>>12298283

>All these Kx-21 and 27

Sony TVs and video monitors were among the best.
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>>12297694
??????? ????????? ????? it's only what I understand on this pic.
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>>12270694
>>12270785
I remember it as: you can change it x number of times, where x is something like 5. But I don't know if present-day drives still have this 'feature'.
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>>12319311

You can change it, or use a video player that simply bypass it.
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>>12316729
>???
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Here's a J-Music album from the 80's if anyone wants to listen.

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2876670
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>>12320642
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfMQWAdCyvs
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>>12320642
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRXtO3AYcFI
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>>12319281
I'm not finding any video links to this.
You've got to post a link to a review or video for this when you're posting something like this anon! Here's another movie on it. We still need the one you posted though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEMfH7c8XSs
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>>12322724

The only thing I can find about this is a VHS tape on yahoo auction japan:
http://page7.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/g118121999
It seems to be a fake though, the label doesn't fit the case at all.

Thanks for the video anyway.
There's Gunhed that seems interesting too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yj2YOP-HcM
I really should watch this film too.
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>>12322740
If you're going to watch it than please watch the Japanese version that has both vital deleted scenes that never were put into the world wide release and an actual dialogue that makes sense. There is a few movies with Yamata that are good. I did an image search on the title and found a website that has a few screen shots and a 27 second video of the movie. It's a shame, because Japan has some excellent special effects from the 80's that are mostly dead in the U.S, but excelled in the 70's and 80's. Fans of these special effects are left wanting more fantasy movies with great special effects. Such fans need to realize that Japan has those fantasy effects in their 1980's film and TV. If the West could get more hyped about Japanese cinema than we could all enjoy those special effects more. Here's the link.

http://mondoexploito.com/?p=10312
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>>12322829

I see. Thanks for these info anon, even if i was already planning to watch the original version with subtitles (I alway do this with foreign films).
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Pic related are quick drawings from members of the Japanese Amiga community. The Amiga computer had less than 5% of the Japanese's computer market-share, but had a faithful community, like in many countries.
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>>12324407
that is such a cute style
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are there any Yuuyuu/Onyanko club fans lurking this thread? I wonder if are there Onyanko club episodes to be found uploaded in the net
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>>12275446
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BymtBqTTd-g
yukko never forget
;_;
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>>12324799
I didn't know anything about her until you posted, but I found this interesting.

http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/yosha/yr/suicide/Okada_Yukiko.html

> Okada was born into this impure world just plain Kayo Sato

> Kayo Sato

There's another Kayo Sato from Nagoya who is alive now.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kayo_Satoh
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>>12324971
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kayo_Satoh
reincarnated as a man.
terrible.
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>>12325069
She's accomplished some amazing things.

Not many people on this planet can they say they beat Daigo Umehara.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQg5P43kMIw
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Can you recognize the all?
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>>12327754

Another one, a bit easier this time.

>>12324407

Agreed. I've been wondering if there are more of them out there. It's really hard to find informations about the Japanese Amiga community, as it was a really tiny one.
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>>12327754
>>12327763
Arcades, I assume?
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>>12327781

These are arcade flyers yes. There are some games that came out on PC-9801 too, like Mahjong Triple Wars.

Have you recognized the various characters and where they are from?
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>>12327799
I recognize Shampoo and Nausicaa, but I'm afraid I was still in my little 3rd world backwater town not knowing a lick of japanese when those shows aired.
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>>12327799
Oh wait, I think that is Ai from Video Girl AI in the Mahjong Panic Stadium one.
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>>12327837
>>12327833

Yep, it's Ai and shampoo in the second one.

In the first one there is, with Nausicaa, Madoka from Orange Road, Creamy Mami, Mahou no Emi, and Pastel Idol Yumi. In-game there's Minky Momo too, but you can't strip her, she's the hostess and don't play against her.
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>>12324407
Hey now are you in the retro computers thread on /vr/?
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>>12324971
Not creepy not creepy at all.
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>>12327854
I can with some effort see the similarities, but they should have hired a better artist.
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>>12327872

Yes I am.
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>>12327879

They were a low-budget arcade game manufacturer, so I don't think they could have the money to hire a good artist at first.
They did hire a better one later with Mahjong Triple Wars and Sailor Wars though.

Can you recognize this one?
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>>12327883
so am i
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>>12327895
Damn. A voice in the back of my head is screaming at me that I know this one. Did he work for Alicesoft too?

But I know for a fact that >>12327763 was done by a very amateurish Atsuko Nakajima,
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>>12327908
>Did he work for Alicesoft too?

I don't think no, none of the CGs of the PC-98 version look like they have a style close to the ones on Alicesoft productions. Maybe the original Arcade version, it has a different style overall (it even have Eve from Megazone 23).
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>>12327935
That looks like something out of Sogna or the Dirty Pairs OVAs.
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>>12327961

She look exactly like Yuri from the Dirty Pair, yes.
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>>12327935
>>12327981
and she looks like chikyuu
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>>12328099

Yup, sparky gave me the indications and a drawing an interpretation made bu someone else, and I drawn her like Yuri.
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>>12328112
hi mcarm
<3
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I like how the mods finally removed the honeypot links.
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Tokyo in HIGH DEFINITION video (not film) ..... in 1992 !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gugzhkp_UUQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AY5FsE8oPdk
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I guess I should ask here. Does anyone know where I can find some of Hiroshi Ueki's movies? Subbed in English because I'm an idiot.
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>>12332672
What honeypot links? I don't remember seeing anything illegal.
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>>12279553
Does anyone know where to download the 1985 Bebop High School? No ddl and a bunch of dead torrents. I'd buy it if not for listings being $50+ .
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>>12335422
There were a couple links to Pastebins with links to underage photobooks.
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>>12335446
I've been looking for that since last year. I can only find old commercials.
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>>12333319
That's pretty neat. I wonder how much has changed since then and how much has stayed the same.
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>>12305891
Reminds me of this.
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>>12275446
Akina's the best idol ever and Fushigi is the best J-Pop album ever produced.
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>>12343217
Do I have a bad version of her album fushigi? In my version all the voices are very muffled. like a bad live version.
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>>12291640
Momoe was great and made some great music. She's no Akina (nobody is) but she's a great #2. I liked her as an influence for Akina, both the powerful voice and ability to do her own thing on her own terms.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-Tk0S52qY4
;_;
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mUaMmcoObY
man, those cloths. those hairstyles. her voice.
I miss it all so much...
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>>12343271
No you have the right version. The muffled voice was the point: the whole thing was intentionally this weird fever dream of a pop album (she was influenced heavily by the soundtrack of The Exorcist). It's very much a dream pop/ethereal wave album.

Listen to some stuff like Cocteau Twins, it's way more along those lines just a bit poppier. I love it, it's a great album from start to finish and I guess she was trying to make some kind of statement about how she was more than just an idol because it was the first album she had control over.
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>>12343368
Samefag but again, the muffled voice was intentional. She actually originally recorded the album normally, then listened to it and thought it didn't sound right which led to EUROX coming back in and Akina re-recording the vocals using a vocoder and whatnot to heavily distort her vocals (and then obviously they were mixed more into the instrumental tracks). I love it, she sounds like a ghost haunting the entire album.

The first version of Back Door Night (with her normal vocals before they were re-recorded) used to be on Youtube but that went with most of the other Jpop that got purged. It's still a good song but the version that eventually came out is way better I think.
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>>12343396
oh okay. I was thinking it must have been intentional since the overall quality of the instrumental parts wasnt wrong or bad at all.

Guess its nothing for me then. I love most of her other stuff though. She is one of my favourites from that time.
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>>12291640
Hm. She has some great songs. Her Voice is nice too. But for a reason I cannot point out she is not among my favourites.
It probably is not momoe herself but rather the melodies and tunes in her songs that are nothing special to me.
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I liked that 80s hits CD that was posted here a few months ago, any more like it?
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>>12333319
>>12342310
>That's pretty neat. I wonder how much has changed since then and how much has stayed the same.

Noticed all the payphone booths? Those have disappeared when jap smartphones appeared in the late 90s
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>>12350308
A mobile phone is not a smartphone.
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>>12350312

jap phones had smartphone features as early as late 90s
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Here's some '20s ryukoka. That's pretty retro I'd think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM8esuvEb8c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOjsmhs7qik
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There's various sites for '80s jpop or Japanese music (like the previously mentioned tsuzilla). Anything similar for '90s stuff? Maybe stuff up until the rise of Namie, Ayu and the like in the late '90s.
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I really, really, like SMAP.

I'm a guy and I have about 900 pictures of these dudes and zero pictures of girls. My SMAP folder is like 50gb (impressive, considering there isn't much pre-2000's stuff out there).

Their songs from the 90's are still "trendy", or more like timeless.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWo3abWHY6E
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Apparently Scandal did a cover of M and actually got Kyoko to play drums for it. Can't find video but it's probably just as well because their cover of Rock 'n Roll Widow is horrible.

Princess Princess was a great band though and Kaori wrote some really great pop-rock.
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Yeah! /jp/ retro threads. I love old Japanese stuff.
I can spend hours going down a rabbit hole of pop culture stuff and end up with tons of cool stuff.
I'll keep the thread open with stuff I come across if you like.
But for now Yoko Minamino aka Sekuban Deka I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5T0iWI9TYk
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http://youtu.be/i9E2fETGvnM

I can't stop loving this song.
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any torrents/mega for retro magazine scans?
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>>12362885
What sorts of magazines? Like Fanroad and Lemon People?
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>>12363869
Yes!
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>>12366737
For Lemon People: http://lemoncomics.lolislove.us/
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http://youtu.be/RJyBWlsryMo?list=UUafAO1BJh7sPTS_OGn3wYLA

His cd is on my car when I drive.
Feels good, man.
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>>12279765
yay
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>>12317190
You must learn Japanese.
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So here's some retero links I promised that one anon in this thread. oh great thanks 4chan for not letting me post multiple site links at once.
>Our system thinks your post is spam
I can't even post the most important sites. Geez. When did 4chan spam control become a dictatorship?
That terrible feeling when this next site hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's like a knife of age cutting into my belly.

http://eigagogo.free.fr/en/index.php
http://onigiribikini.tumblr.com/
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>>12397042
I've never seen a Boomer express any nostalgia for the '80s, only people who were teenagers then (X-ers).
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>>12397060
This.
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>>12397144

Naah, it's not nostalgia, it's just pure interest. I don't express nostalgia about anything, it's just that most of the time, the stuff I like are from the 70s and 80s, and sometimes from the 90s.
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>>12397144
>You ought to hang out with Boomers sometime; they don't give two shits about the '80s.
>hang out with Boomers
There's your problem.

>captcha: 1986
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>>12395817
>>12395913
>>12397060
These criticisms are flimsy and the distinctions arbitrary. Stop letting nostalgia cloud your judgement. Every decade has its masterpieces. And if you're talking animation, while I lament the death of cel, it has only gotten more refined. While storytelling form has broadened, this does not mean less quality.

But, I'll throw my own opinions in too:

70s anime, best music
80s anime, best character designs
90s anime, best animation quality and depression
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Can you guys give me some recommendations for enka/kayokyoku? Entry level stuff would be the best, but anything good is highly appreciated.
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>>12276397
This loses its point to a degree since there is a reason why those three are the most critically acclaimed and popular classic directors of Japan.
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>>12397886
>Stop letting nostalgia cloud your judgement

See >>12397173.

Anyway, I agree with you when you say that each decades had its masterpieces.
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>>12392649
Why couldn't they? That's an independent production.
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>>12400028
I think attitudes towards Loli have changed alot since the time that was made, even in Japan.
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>>12399129
Momoe Yamaguchi.
Kei Ogura.
Yukiko Okada.
Taeko Ohnuki.
Makoto Matsushita.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IivZbTtJas
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For those who like YMO, here's a little demo in MSX BASIC that use the FM PAC, the SCC and the PSG to reproduce some of their well-known musics:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YjYEJ9WHt4
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>>12400965
The renditions of Rydeen and Technopolis are almost perfect.
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>>12397548
No, your problem is that your parents have shitty taste due to being born 10-20 years after the Boomers. Your parents' shit-taste has rubbed off on you.

No one with even a shred of class would be fascinated by such an appalling time peroid as the '80s.
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>>12401243
>No one with even a shred of class would be fascinated by such an appalling time peroid as the '80s.
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>>12400965
I fucking love YMO

thank you for sharing!
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>>12401253
sir, i believe that his a pizza and not a hat
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send more Yuuyu over here
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>>12392649
>>12400242
If that were the case, Nanoha Vivid wouldn't be getting an anime.
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>>12275446
Is she the one that smokes meth?
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Lego sets from the '90s beat the hell out of the ones from the '80s.
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>>12355156
same
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>>12403853
One thing I don't like is the overuse of non-flat baseplates around then. I mean they make nice building props but they are shit to store anywhere and there's only like 3 or 4 they keep repainting.
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why doesn't /jp/ like ymo?
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How did you celebrate Yukko`s birthday? Listening to Cinderella, October Mermaid like me?
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>>12405817
Akogare, of course, and :
http://youtu.be/mYfURVmqweg
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>>12405661
YMO are the Japanese Beatles, it's just kind of a given that people generally like them, so they aren't discussed as much here. At least, that's my impression.
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>>12407200
ok~
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why arent idols nowadays like yuuyu?
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Is /jaypee/ going to check out the Otaku no Video Blu-rays?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bzmutBWB3
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>>12411199
http://www.amazon.co.jp/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00MQVAOBQ/otasukejp-ex-22/ref=nosim/
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>>12411199

>Blue Ray

I bet they applied tons of anti-noise filters to that one too. No thanks, I'll stick to the LDs just in case.
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>>12380522
kousen is my 2nd favourite Yuuyu, i like Summer Tasty better.
Mite Shimatta (??????) is my all time 80´s j-pop song
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>>12275435
oh! Hideko Takamine.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSLKCLv-7bI
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>>12270857
Why doe she look literally 10 years older on the left? Is Sailor Moon Rebuild actually a sequel?
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>tfw you'll never go back in time back when japan was bad ass, japanese men were men and anime was violent
>now you have to deal with their uguu hiroshima radiation autistic anime bullshit for the rest of eternity

feels bad man
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>>12414059
>>>/narutoforums/
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>>12403366
No one gets a crow stuck in their vagina, though. Teasing loli is fine.
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>>12403853
Brings back so many memories. I remember all of those. I could never get the big ones though, my family didn't have much money, so I'd try to conduct then as best I could from the pictures with what I had.
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http://lovejapanese80s.tumblr.com/

>>12414235
>>>/toy/4376500

Come discuss Lego with us, anon !
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>>12414116
That video being referred to is just a bunch of formless chibis getting harmlessly nude though. There's nothing about it that's wrong nowadays.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0gz73p5H5Q
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCjauBiab_w#t=45
The 80s are retro now, right?
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>>12269193

Why do retro Japanese people have such brown skin?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btWGrOWn6vs

Too bad this lotion is illegal in many countries.
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>>12418628
Lotion? You mean anime series?
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>>12418657

Nah, the super love lotion anon.
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>>12418668
>super love lotion
Oh. Never crossed my mind.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWf_h-Z54mM

Still, I get the feeling that those futanari pictures "dracula penis" spammed to death a while ago are actually based on this show.
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>>12418262
Because Japanese are are non-white asians who live on a tropical island. Nowadays they just try to imitate white people.
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>>12418727
http://www90.sakura.ne.jp/~yozora/youkoso.htm
That guy? It's just his weird fetish.
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>>12418869
>http://www90.sakura.ne.jp/~yozora/youkoso.htm
Yeah, that's him alright.

I am of the idea that he was exposed to this at an early age, and thus developed a fetish for such. I mean, I liked King when I was a kid, and now I love tomboys. I think it is the same thing.
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>>12381019

>market themselves as vaporwave

do japs really know about vaporwave already? or do you mean their style happens to be similar?
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>>12418021
Wtf, I didn't know about this song, it sure isn't on my Nanako cd.

>>12418628
Anon surely knows his classics.

http://youtu.be/SD18xwW6LTo
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>>12418628
Does anyone have a rip of this song? Was it ever released as a single? If so, I can't find any rips of it anywhere.
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>>12419585

Of course anon, of course!
I need to find the Newtype Magazine cover with a really nice Memoru drawing on it. it's hidden somewhere on my HDD, but I'm too lazy to find it. Here's a Fanroad cover with a screencap thumbnail instead.

Also, while talking about Fanroad:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2EN1oy3R44
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>>12418021
Sung by Masayuki Yamamoto, who sang the opening themes for the Time Bokan series. I have no idea who the girl singing is though but it isn't Nanako's VA
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>>12419616
Ah, Memoru. I loved that cartoon when I was a child.

Anybody else watched Onegai Samia-don, by any chance?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VkLLIUGttQ
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>>12419599
Anon, here it is :

https://mega.co.nz/#!mhtzyJzI!6d2NTXM4WXdDCgMM2mk0plNwjnXail6LQZNlWBT1TSc

Directly encoded from "Anime Sound Museum on TV vol1".

>>12419616
>TFW I listened to Memoru song collection yesterday.
When you have time, feel free to spread some Memoru love, anon !

Meanwhile here's some cute Draque song :
http://youtu.be/GMWR1Q5qAe4
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>>12419710
>Anime Sound Museum on TV vol1
Wow, thanks a bunch! You wouldn't happen to have a link to the rest of the album, would you?
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>>12419719
Stay tuned, anon. If it's not in this thread, it will surely be on the next Retro thread.
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>>12419753
Sweet, thanks.
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>>12419810
Hah. I knew the designer was Mazakatsu Katsura just from the shape of the head on the thumbnail.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEnf3L0S5Q8
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>>12421877
That's one insufferable commercial. Though the computer seems cheap, for the time.
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>>12419719
>>12419756

Anime Sound Museum on TV vol 1 :

https://mega.co.nz/#!y5kH1DIS!9-znRBIjDbOwiYGUrVn9zbtgqlpJ1rv43WXUadSDt3M
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Wow. I should frequent /jp/ more often. Seems like people are still interested in retro threads.
I am sorry I did not continue the general series.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=FmG-0mTYtnE#t=1485
This is a full album upload with the url set to track 6. While its not of japanese origin said track has atleast some japanese vocals. So there is that.

You might want to check out the entire album. It is one of my favourites.
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>>12421877
What are those old fashioned music noises called that start playing around :20 and stop at like :40? They used to be used in hip hop a lot.
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>>12422062

I think you can find it under the name of "orchestral hit" in GM patch lists.
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The Rupert cartoon series beats the living hell out of all the shitty cartoons the '80s had.
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>>12424284
>Rupert cartoon
This boring ass thing?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3VD4jPGEL8

I just turned off the TV and went outside when this aired.
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>>12424349
Animorphs
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcQ1uLA9doo
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMrUV_aNKZw
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http://youtu.be/h6C9KIMi9cU
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>>12350992

Is tsuzilla still around? I didn't bookmark it, but when I search for it on Google, the blog doesn't come up.
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Does anyone else think the 90s was the golden age of J-Pop? Stuff like B'z, GLAY, Mr. Children, ZARD, 90s Namie, Every Little Thing, SPEED, and so much more. You even get golden-era Morning Musume, Ayumi Hamasaki, and Hikaru Utada at the tail end of the decade. Seems like everyone here focuses on either the 80s or the 2010s.
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>>12429669
I think 90s J-pop is great.
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>>12429669
Not sure if I'd go as far as saying it's the golden era as I really like 2000s stuff too, but yeah, 90s is really enjoyable.
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>>12275435
I love Japanese 80s music. Culture, both past and present, is shit though. Only good for anime and music and relaxation stuff.
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>>12269193
OH god look at that 90s hair! And holy shit a typewriter. It took me a minute to realize what that was.
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I believe that the most beautiful Japanese singer is Shizue Abe.

This video is when she was in her fifties because the video isn't found when she was her twenties.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opWkA2L6Vj8
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>>12431325
>typewriter
Come on nigga educate yourself. Which reminds me a while back I suggested a live stream full of retro Japanese adverts, con videos, music, anime ops, and retro Japanese PC games. Is that something people here are still interested in seeing happen?
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>>12431364
Read that advert. So that's a 90's laptop? With a whopping 64kb of RAM? Huehue. I'd be interested in the stream for shits and giggles.
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>>12430961
>Culture, both past and present, is shit though
seriously, how can you walk and not fall to the floor having a head full of air? Because you´re implying that american and european culture are better nowadays
The fact that modern culture icons this days are the Kardashians, Justin Bieber and miley Cyrus says it all.
And by the way, music is a representation of a country´s culture so please dont contradict yourself trying to look bored and unimpressed
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>>12269193
90s sailormoon manga commercials...dat guitar riff

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ytoju64L1AM
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>>12431343
Pobably her late twenties
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnQ1OmCO87M
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>>12431343
age 22
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw0nMiD7X40#t=15
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In Japan, Peggy March and Connie Francis released a lot of songs in Japanese.
And their pronunciation of Japanese was very superb.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M_mVu449bI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BZEfmiJh0c
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>>12429669
It's great. I think it is where the transition of J-pop from single performers to idols/musicians in groups come in.
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>>12431390
Nope. That's supposed to be an MSX computer.
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>>12433281

Fuck, was that guy unable to read the "MSX personal computer" that was written IN ENGLISH on this ad?
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>>12275435
How far back is retro? I like Kohmi Hirose and Nanase Aikawa, but that's only the 90s
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>>12429650

Yes, it's still around, tsuzilla.blogspot
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>>12298333
I swear I was thinking the same exact words before I even read anything you wrote
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>>12298729
>>12298721
>>12298659
>>12298550
Looks like my wet dream
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yep
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???????(My honey is left-handed)???????Asaoka Megumi?1973
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZ5hJLy7UkY
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?????? (Finger 5) - ?????????? (Koi no dial 6700)

http://youtu.be/KCPY5VscATA
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>>12436448
Japan's answer to the Osmonds?
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