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Aoi Bungaku Episode 1

The first episode of Aoi Bungaku Series was released about an hour ago. So far this anime has indeed intruged me. The characters are interesting. The drawings are fair. I do believe though that I found this anime most interesting because it is mostly from the idea that this anime is an animated adaptation of six classical Japanese literature pieces.

Aoi Bungaku Episode 1

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No Longer Human, the first story, follows the descent into darkness of a high school student after losing his way into drugs and abuse. This noir-esque tale shows his life at different stages in four episodes, each stage worse than the last. He sees a ghost of his former self in reflection, void of identity, a hollow shell with no purpose.

Aoi Bungaku Series (青い文学シリーズ?) is a twelve episodes anime series featuring adaptations inspired by six short stories from Japanese literature. The six stories are adapted from classic Japanese tales.

Attack on Titan Anime: Season 3 (first half): He was the chief director of the series and also worked on the storyboard for the opening theme while acting as the episode director for episodes 54 and 59.

Death Note (TV): Took the role of director and wrote the storyboards for four episodes, as well as the opening themes of seasons 1 and 2. He also directed episodes 1 and 37. Araki also wrote lyrics for an insert song and worked on animation for the opening themes.

High School of the Dead (TV): Acted as chief director; created storyboards for the first opening and episodes 1, 4, and 12; directed the opening theme and episodes 1 and 12, acted as a unit director for the opening theme, and key animated episode 12.

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (TV): Acted as chief director; created storyboards for the second opening theme and episodes 1 and 2; directed episode 1; worked on key animation for the first opening theme.

Asaka received his first credit in anime as an assistant director on Junk Boy in 1987. He went on to work on storyboards and episode direction, before making his anime series directorial debut with the Cardcaptor Sakura in 1998.

"The reception of the Heike Monogatari in three musicalnarrative traditions, focussing on the Atsumori episode"in Reception in Genji and Heike Monogatari. Edited by MichaelWatson. Melbourne: Japanese Studies Centre.

Conference papers and other lecturesover the last five yearsJanuary 21 1999. "Issues in the research of Japanese traditionalmusic outside Japan". Nagoya University of Fine Arts andMusic // November 13 1998. "Structural analysis of musicalnarratives". Nichibunken, Kyoto // September 30 1998. "Buddhistpopular preaching and the development of secular musical narrativesin Japan". Asian Studies Association of Australia, Universityof New South Wales // June 13 1998. "Japanese musical narrativesand Shotoku Taishi". Hakuho Women's College // May 15, 1998."Opening address for Research Project on Japanese musicalnarratives: theoretical frameworks and methodologies". Nichibunken,Kyoto. // February 22, 1998. "Takemitsu and Australia: Australiaas Takemitsu's Other". Takemitsu Memorial Symposium, Universityof Sydney. // August 28, 1997. "Variation and improvisationin gidayu-bushi: a detailed analysis of Goten no dan".8th Conference of European Association for Japanese Studies, Collegefor Foreign Trade, Budapest. // July 9, 1997. "Gidayu-bushiand orality". Tenth Biennial Conference of the Japanese StudiesConference of Australia, University of Melbourne. // July 10,1996. "The Atsumori incident in three performance genres"AAS, La Trobe University. // May 4, 1996. "The michiyukiin Japanese performing arts" JAWS, Santiago di Compostela.// April 11, 1996. "Reception of the Heike Monogatarias performed narrative" on panel "The Heike Monogatariand its Reception". Annual Meeting of the Association forAsian Studies,Inc., Hawaii. April 11-14, 1996. // October 27,1995. Second World Conference on Oral Literature ("Oral Literatureand the Academy"), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana. "TheLegacy of Japanese Musical Narratives". // June 15, 1995.Thursday Seminar, International Research Center for Japanese //Studies. Kiyomoto-bushi "Sanja Matsuri": katarimonono koto-sei to bungaku-sei (Kiyomoto Sanja Matsuri: oral and literarycharacteristics of a musical narrative). // April 19, 1995. BritishAssociation for Japanese Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton,England. "Relations between text and music in the musicalrecitation of the Heike story, in the light of theories of oralcomposition." // April 15, 1995. Joint presentation to GakugekiGakkai and Heike Biwa Kenkyukai, Waseda University, Tokyo. "Chuseitekikatarimono (heikyoku) to kinseiteki katarimono (gidayu-bushi)no kasanaru tokoro to kotonaru tokoro ni tsuite: rekishiteki kenkyuno kokoromi to shite" (A comparison of a medieval musicalnarrative (heikyoku) and a early modern musical narrative(gidayu-bushi: historical perspectives in musical analysis).// April 11, 1995. Nichibunken Forum, Japan Foundation, Kyoto."Nihon dento ongaku ni okeru katarimono no keifu: senritsukeio chushin ni" (The narrative tradition in Japanese music:the changing role of melodic patterns). // October 18, 1994. KyotoInternational Conference on Japanese Studies. "Towards ahistory of Japanese narrative music: Practical and MethodologicalProblems". // September 1, 1994 Department of Music , MonashUniversity, "Historical change in Japanese musical narrativesthrough analysis of the extant repertoires: from Itchu to Tokiwazu"// December 1993 Annual Conference of the Tooyoo Ongaku Gakkai(Society for Research in Asiatic Music), Naha, Japan, "Tokiwazu-bushino ongaku bunseki - itchu-bushi to no hikaku o chushin ni"(The Musical Analysis of Tokiwazu musical narrative: a Comparisonwith Itchu musical narrative) // October 1993 Fourth Women inAsia Conference, University of Melbourne, 1-3 "The Imageof the 'playgirl' in Japanese musical narratives in the Edo period(1600-1867)" // July 1993 Japanese Studies Association ofAustralia, University of Newcastle "Patterning in JapaneseCulture: the Dynamics of Melodic Patterns" // July 1993 MusicologicalSociety of Australia, University of Queensland "The Logicand Anti-logic of Notation Systems in Japanese Music" //July 1992 "Anne Boyd's Encounter with Asian music: the formationof an Australian composer" Ninth Biennial Conference of theAsian Studies Association of Australia, University of New England,Armidale // January 1992 "The Importance of Japanese Musicin the Development of Four Australian Composers" (in Japanese)at the Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties.// December 1991 "The Current State of Japanese Music Researchand Teaching in Australia" (in Japanese) at Kunitachi Collegeof Music, Tokyo, Department of Japanese Music. // August 1991"The Application of Western Narrative Theory to JapaneseMusical Narratives." The Thirteenth Congress of the InternationalComparative Literature Association (ICLA), Tokyo. // July 1991"Kabuki Dance Form and its relation to the structure of narrativemusic" Seventh Biennial Conference of the Japanese StudiesAssociation of Australia, ANU Canberra. // January 1991 "JapaneseCulture and Australian Music" (in Japanese) in the Departmentof Japanese Studies Public Lecture Series (Bunka Koenkai).

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