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The Romanized form would be Kono Oto Tomare! What you see is correct. The Japanese language does not require that sentences contain spaces except if the sentence comprises only of Hiragana and Katakana, which at that point it becomes optional for clarity or to disambiguate what's being said. The likely explanation as to why it's stylized in that way is ...


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No, nightcore is not Anime. Nightcore is a music genre where the pitch and speed of a song is changed. It is also sometimes known as nighstep or sped up dubstep. The nightcore videos do often come paired with anime-related images instead of music videos, but is usually not related to the depicted anime whatshowever.


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Nightcore is the name for a type of music edit, making things a bit faster and higher pitched. From what I've seen, it's mostly done on songs from anime, or japanese songs, and have anime-like imagery associated with it. A nightcore edit is a remix track that speeds up the pitch and time of its source material by 10-30%. The name is derived from Nightcore,...


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While translating 地縛 (jibaku) literally means "earthbound" (land + bind), the 地縛 in the official Japanese title 地縛少年花子くん refers to 地縛霊 (jibakurei), which means "ghost bound to a specific physical location (usu. where death occurred)". The definition of 地縛霊 from Daijisen (a general-purpose Japanese dictionary) used by Japanese Wikipedia is ...


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There are some anime original series but we'll focus on those that were based on manga. Manga is released before an anime because an anime is an adaptation of the manga. Look here, if we do as you say and stop publishing manga the moment an anime series is started, then how are the animation team supposed to continue the story? Their script and everything ...


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My opinion is that from what country the studio originates from has that language, and let us say a Japinese movie is going to be dubbed. Well, they aren't going to redo everything or it wouldn't be the same... So they change the voices and the ending maybe because of the intro. If it stays in the Japanese language, maybe it shows where it originates and ...


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