What do japanese kids watch these days? Everything they released now is shounenshit, moeshit and fujoshit.
I just mean there's a difference between something like Beyblades which exists to sell things to kids, and something like My Hero Academia which has a wider appeal. I was responding to some guy who seemed to take offense at his show being for kids, but there's a difference.
Hey now that's bullshit. Lots of toy commercial anime have a broad appeal and they are still for kids. Though admittedly Hero Academia is for a slightly older audience, it's still ultimately not targeted at us, even if it does have a broad appeal. That's just how Japanese media works.
Isn't that just how Japan does things, though? Lots of their kids series are written so almost any age group can find some enjoyment in them. Hero Academia is definitely, much like Naruto, for 12 year olds. Just because a bunch of older dudes and fujos read it doesn't mean they are the target audience. Precure has a huge adult following too but it's still for kids.
>What explains Japan's sudden birth-rate decline in 1966 is the fact that 1966 was a year of Hinoeuma. For according to the superstition, any girl born in such a year will be of harsh temperament and invite misfortune in other words, she will have great difficulty finding a husband. The Japanese just weren't taking that chance. Rather than conceiving children on the chance that they would be boys and thus immune to the misfortunes of Hinoeuma, many Japanese decided to wait till next year. During 1965 and early 1966, they practiced rigorous birth control. And failing that, they were quite prepared to resort to abortion to make certain that they brought no unlucky daughters into the world.
>mom was born in 1966
>she has a harsh temperament
>after a while dad couldn't stand her, and they divorced
>love her, but she can be insufferable at times
Japanese zodiac confirmed kek
What kind of anime do lizards like?
I hope you have fun watching the part 4 anime, Mr. Kevin lizard.