Category: japanese video games
Linking Shakespeare’s Ides of March and Japan’s Tengu Mythology: You Won’t Believe What We Discovered!
Uncovering the Mysteries of the Ides of March and Tengu no Kakuremino: Insights into Tragedy, Mythology, and Human Nature.
The Widow’s Call and the Toad: An Interactive Fiction Southern Gothic
Hailed as a journey through grief, isolation, and the human experience, The Widow’s Call and the Toad is a choose-your-own-adventure in which you’re actions drive a plot that challenges you to tease out the mysteries of your haunting experience and assemble clues with the help of Toad, the boy next door who until now has…
Demons Out, Fortune In. It’s Setsubun (節分): Bean Scattering, Bad Fortunes & Demon Slaying
We’re going to throw our beans, embrace this spring. Out, out with you Oni! Come, come good things. Oh, and get boosted. Seriously.
Emerging Translator Mentorship Program (deadline 11/30)
The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) is offering an Emerging Translator Mentorship Program for 2022, the deadline for which is … Emerging Translator Mentorship Program (deadline 11/30)
10 Videogame Characters Inspired By Japanese Folklore
Chinese and Korean traders introduced Buddhism, Daoism, Hinduism, and the ever present Confucianism while Japan provided various regional myths, legends, and lore. These ingredients were brewed into various and effervescent cultures all across Japan. Each village responding accordingly by pasting outside influences upon their daily lives. These elements were transformed Japan’s landscape and ecosystem and…