Thank you very much for your cooperation. I do not mind. Please do not mind.
I came home safely. I hope you have appreciated my present for you on November 24. I must also study German harder, because I must translate Süddeutsche Zeitung's articles on university strike in Germany.
Here I would like to talk about those present goods.
First, a book titled "Todai Otaku-gaku Koza (English: Lecture on Otaku Science at University of Tokyo)" written in Japanese by Mr. Toshio Okada who is called "OtaKing" was published by Kodansha, Tokyo in 1997.
Toshio Okada is a great famous Anime producer in Japan, as you know. He was President of GAINAX. He is a part-time lecturer at University of Tokyo. He lectures theory of multimedia sociology there. The book is a record of his lecture. It mainly deals with production and management on Anime and comics business. By the way, I hear in Germany, an event on the Disney movie "Hercules" was held. (Princess Mononoke is much more popular than it in Japan.) It was on production of cellophane pictures.
You may know, Osamu Teduka made a new way on it for cost-down. However, Hayao Miyazaki made a new way on it for making Anime a fine art. If you want to get further information, you had better read the book as soon as possible and must study economics, including international economics.
For example, "Rurouni Kenshin (called Samurai X in USA)" is made in Korea partially. Eva was made in Philippines partially.
Second, a book titled "Ah! My Goddess" (Latest Issue: 16) drawn by Mr. Kousuke Fujishima was published by Kodansha, Tokyo on November 21, 1997. Just published!! Sorry, but I felt Germany to be a kind of fractal. See page 219 of the book. It is on a fractal-shaped computer virus.
In Japan, the name of railway station is controlled by Central Government. Therefore, the case where several stations have the same name is rare.
Many cities in Germany have U-Bahn and S-Bahn same name lines, Hauptbahnhof, Flughafen, Universität, etc. It looks like "Smalltalk." Object-Oriented Programming System! They have the same name set.
On the other hand, in Japan, for example, "Nagoya-Eki (Nagoya Station)," "Nagoya-Kuko (Nagoya Airport)," "Nagoya Daigaku-mae (Front of Nagoya University)," etc. Their names are controlled by Central Government. Therefore each part of Japan usually has a different name set.
By the way, "Oh! My Goddess (Ah! My Goddess)" has more than 10 million believers all over the world. They believe in those Scandinavian Goddesses. Especially Belldandy is holy among them.
Third, Peorth from "Oh! My Goddess" on a pad. Peorth is a sexy, proud but warm-hearted goddess. In USA, Peorth is rather popular.
Last, I am also your fan. I hope you will write more articles on Japanese Anime and culture. And please look at our university and please refer to my homepage of which URL is "http://webspace.webring.com/people/cu/um_2708" if you do not mind.
Two days later I received a reply. He knows Ah! My Goddess little and do not like GAINAX works.
I agree with him. Therefore I must talk about these works later.