Paprika talks The other day Ane published a blog post where she talked about Paprika. You can read its translation here, in case you missed it. My feelings are pretty much the same as back in April. I still have my regrets (no more Paprlicious songs and Nekokenbans, I will meet BUTAOTOME in an “incomplete” state, signed Chess will be… Read more »
Original post [free to read] A translation of The Sis’ newest blog post, where she talked about Paprika. Ranko no Ane here. I’ve been writing every day, so I think I may have gotten out of the Twitter syntax habit. I’m glad. The other day I was looking at a mental health board (read-only).I found a post that said, “Cut… Read more »
So, welcome to this new series of reviews that I hope I will finish! I already announced it a while ago, and since I was in a mood of writing a review but had a few ideas, I did a poll on the Discord server. This one won. But I decided to post it today because it’s the 10th anniversary… Read more »
Tiramisu Cowboy just got a new look! It was something I planned as part of the fifth-anniversary celebration. However, while I was fixing some pages, I was particularly unhappy with the layout, and I decided it was time. I hope you enjoy it! I and the Crew are currently trying to fix some bugs, so wait warmly. BUTAOTOME members have… Read more »
So, my original plan was a plain Shoujo Rengoku 5 commentary in the similar vein of the one I wrote for Ese Souretsu Shinan. But a piece of sad news overshadowed the new albums. Paprika will leave BUTAOTOME this year. You can read her translated message about this here. It’s news that greatly shocked me, and I’m still shocked now…. Read more »
Happy birthday to the best cat pianist around! Also the owner of my favourite Butaotome pet cat. I wish her another year full of funny comus and wonderful Nekokenban music! To celebrate, here is a crostata!
Happy birthday to Paprika, our super cat pianist!This time we have focaccia with cheese (also known as focaccia di Recco)!
Happy birthday to our favourite cat pianist! Continuing the tradition, here is another typical meal from my region: pansoti with walnut sauce!