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Visual Scene Magazine Mon, 26 Sep 2011

Anime UK News has received information that should get Japanese culture fans very excited as a new monthly e-magazine focussing on Japanese culture has emerged in the form of Visual Scene available on the webpage www.vs.yokatta.eu.

Visual Scene


Visual Scene is a Japanese magazine which includes articles and reviews of manga, anime, J-drama and interviews with many stars and much more. In a statement the company listed the main features of "Visual Scene" as being “its diversity of content - short tales, comics, and Japanese poetry. Of course the magazine includes articles about visual novels, manga, Japanese films and music, as well as profiles of well-known anime characters - all of this in a nice, climatic layout. Reading "Visual Scene" is made even more attractive with numerous interactive links, trailers, ecchi and photo shoots with attractive models.”

Published by Yokatta Company this magazine has now entered the UK market with an English language version. Issue #1 of Visual Scene is already available to purchase and covers folklore and ghosts as the publishers elaborate:

“Inside you will find dense atmosphere of terror, the weird Phantoms from the folk legends and barrier of contrast with the contemporaneity (there are also comic tales - do not forget that the "Souvenir from Japan" is oriented in right-to-left reading format - and "Hyakumonogatari Kaidankai", a spine chilling horror that will give you a faster heartbeat. Enjoy! "

Visual Scene Magazine


Stirring stuff! The next edition of the magazine will be released on the 30th of September 2011 in Japan with the English edition soon to follow. In the second issue is an interview with the Japanese music group Orochi and photo sessions with various Japanese models. For more information including where to get Visual Magazine, visit the site.

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