Are Otaku (Nerds) Uncool? (Japanese Interview)

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About Charles Onaje Lucas

Founder of Otaku Times オタクの世界 and Dojo-cho of the Bujinkan Rukasu Budo Dojo. Shiatsu and Reiki Practitioner, otaku, martial artist, artist, and actor living in Flushing, Queens, New York.

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  1. Otaku Times US

    Well, the older Japanese and Japanese who think it uncool do not like Otaku. Many can’t understand why we outside Japan have taken up the name. Most assume we do understand the language and the culture.

    In the 21st century in Japan people are are taking up the banner of Otaku because of what has happened worldwide with the word. I am writing an essay and a Panel about the Otaku Culture in Japan and around the world. It will posted here.

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