iNJAPAN


iNJAPAN

Ever since I was 13, the culture of Japan fascinated me.
As an artist, the first aspect I noticed was the Anime and Manga of Japan. The style was unique, and was something that could not be found anywhere else in the world. And it was not just about the style of drawing, they had an entire culture based on the world of anime, such as Cosplay and Fan-fiction. I was instantly drawn to their fantasy world, and the more I explored, the more I became addicted.
However, if at first I was a blind mania of Japan, I have now also discovered many aspects of their society and history that I do not agree with.

This blog is dedicated to the study of both, the fantastic and the not-so-fantastic, world of Japan.