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4420c824 No.2736[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

We're past due for a new Azuma tweets thread.
The last one stopped bumping, and I've fallen behind on translating Azuma's tweets since he went quiet for such a long time.
Previous thread at >>146

Here's this year's Wonder Festival art.
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ea5f8cbf No.3261

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8e11ca2b No.3269

>>3259
Still nothing on Share.

ebd539bf No.3270

This month's Dengeki:
IM - No
Yotsuba - Yes

https://dengekidaioh.jp/blog/entry-10289.html

Still nothing on Share from last month, though.

82c95c7d No.3271

>>3270
>Yotsuba
Hooray!

df0c2717 No.3273

>>3270
Yay!!! And wow, that's surprising.



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1d19cd9c No.3159[Reply]

Shuri Castle has been destroyed by a fire.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20191031_09/

It was one of the Okinawan landmarks visited by the cast of AzuDai, along with Shureimon (one of the castle's two gates) where the 2000 yen bill scene happened.

I hope it can be rebuilt, I hope to visit Okinawa someday.

cb724988 No.3160

No doubt they'll rebuild it. They're gonna rebuild Cathédrale Notre-Dame and they're gonna rebuild Shuri Castle too, I'm sure.

Terrible thing to happen, but I'm sure they'll rebuild it.

4369354d No.3161

Still a tragedy, but after reading this part of the article, it doesn't seem like as big of a loss. now

>It burnt to the ground during World War Two.


>The main hall was restored in 1992

d3af0bdd No.3164

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Imagine being someone in 2119 when it burns down again, then he reads "it's burned down twice before". It's like the feeling you get when you go to the Ford theater to see where Abraham Lincoln died and you realize that's a replica as well.

434b1c3d No.3169

>>3159
Thanks for the news, I was able to use this in my Japanese class yesterday.

39aaa8c3 No.3272

>>3164
Is this Ray Bradbury reference?



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4a14b9e4 No.3264[Reply]

Hey there /azu/. Hope your 2020 is going well.

I recently moved to a new house and went through some old stuff, including my old copy of the Azumanga Omnibus.

Got a few pics of it, and a silly drawing I once did years ago.

Enjoy!

4a14b9e4 No.3265

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Autograph and message by the one and only Tiffany Grant: voice actor for Kaorin!

I also had her sign as Asuka in a Evangelion book, but it is not AZU so meh.

4a14b9e4 No.3266

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And lastly, a silly sketch page I traced.

e68e841b No.3267

>>3265
That's kinda cool!
It's fun to move because you find all sorts of old treasures from the past.

b8aba80c No.3268

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>>3266
Chiyo and Osaka on the left and I'm guessing… Tomo on the right?
Cute sketch none the less.



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2fe7a928 No.3201[Reply]

Any of you preparing for that special time of year? 42 days away and I'm already slumped about it
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2fe7a928 No.3205

>>3202
yeah, it's generally become a pretty down in the dumps time of the year. The problem being that I used to really like it, and would really like to enjoy it.

da0ec859 No.3256

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Didn't get time to post this here yesterday so here we are now, heh

Hope you had a great Christmas, /azu/!

2216671b No.3257

>>3256
Your Kaguras sure are nice. Merry Christmas to you and everynyan.

49408ff0 No.3262

>>3256
tbh that's quite nice

My Christmas was- as predicted- quite terrible. But maybe someday someone can give me an /azu/related stocking tide

f2e0a990 No.3263

Hope everyone had a nice Christmas & holiday season! Happy new year!



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ccad1a14 No.3128[Reply]

Yotsuba monthly calendars have returned after like 5 years
https://www.amiami.com/eng/detail/?gcode=GOODS-00323192
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4fa11a5d No.3229

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>>3228
Each month looks like this. It's tearoff which is a little annoying since I like to save my old calendars.

a000403d No.3237

>>3229
You could puncture the top so you have a place to tack on the wall and flip through for the next month.

fa10cdfd No.3247

Interesting, amiami says it's produced by Hagoromo, which as far as I know closed down and was bought out by a Korean company a few years back. (They made high quality blackboard chalk, but I'm told the quality has declined since the change.) Unless it's a different Hagoromo, I find it strange they'd use their new company for this.

768bfca5 No.3258

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>>3247
Here's what's on the bottom of the first page. Never heard of "Hagoromo" before, so dunno what that's about
>>3237
Might do this. It's wider and taller than the hook I normally hang calendars off, so I'll probably need to get creative with the mounting anyways.

45ec6a17 No.3260

>>3247
>Hagoromo
THIS IS MY FAVORITE CHALK IN THE WORLD.

>I'm told the quality has declined since the change.

A bit, but it's still great!



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42d06618 No.3238[Reply]

New chapter, new IM thread.
The old thread is here:
>>1666
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7fce5e1b No.3246

>>3245
Middle schoolers can be 12 in Japan (and even 11 elsewhere), plus some people just look younger/older at that age, so I'd say they do.

c8a4c2c2 No.3248

>>3245
They're not, they're in 5th and 6th grade.
Elementary school goes up to 6th grade in Japan.

7fce5e1b No.3249

>>3248
Lol, yeah, plus this fact…

5f9bcbc4 No.3254

Cute.

45daad36 No.3255

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Cute Ana.
https://twitter.com/horodamsmr/status/1210091474680864769

Merry Christmas and happy holidays everyone!



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b8512b9e No.3206[Reply]

Hey bros, please share some of your favorite random /azu/ videos, or Yotsuba.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=45&v=Xo3Tpw-zLkM&feature=emb_logo

I wonder how many have been taken down because Youtube is trash.

23143e02 No.3207

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If we're gonna share classics we gotta share this one: https://youtu.be/sjpi6ahrG2o

>I wonder how many have been taken down because Youtube is trash

Years ago someone shared one where a gang of Peruvian high school girls recreated to their best ability the intro of the show, and their video was taken down, and I'm pretty sure it's now lost. Too bad, because it wasn't great (they were just kids playing after all) but you could tell they tried their best and had fun doing it.

ca98602f No.3208

>>3207
oh my god this is amazing, this would have melted my age if I saw it when it came out.

ca98602f No.3210

>>3208
edit: eyes- not age

9bf27d84 No.3227

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU_h-ctpz_g

Can't not think of AzuDai when I hear Cyndi Lauper, heh.

d1619817 No.3235

>>3207
>If we're gonna share classics we gotta share this one: https://youtu.be/sjpi6ahrG2o
Oh MAN yeah, that is a true classic. Love.



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9b995efc No.3180[Reply]

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ed8ac195 No.3215

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ed8ac195 No.3216

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ed8ac195 No.3217

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>>3214
4 pages is all.

9b995efc No.3224

>>3214
>>3215
>>3216
>>3217

I enjoy the artwork in Yotsu because of how simple and effective it is, while not at all being amateur. The establishing shots are great. But really it's the pacing of the panels that make it so funny.

293b50b8 No.3225

>>3212
This is cool!



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d2ff1a25 No.2719[Reply]

Hi /azu/, does anyone have an Azumanga themed cards.dll file from way way back in the day? That file provides the card art that's shared between solitaire and freecell and all those old Windows card games. I had it on my PC around 2005, lost it at some point over the years, and want to nostalgia all over this old computer I'm setting up. Pic related since I'm like 95% sure it was one of the images on the cards.
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f7010d67 No.2739

>>2735
>JORKER
I like that.

4942ffc9 No.2740

>>2735
Suoer cute.

82572677 No.3221

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82572677 No.3222

>>3221
(rename to .rar and extract)

31c4c8ea No.3223

>>3221
ooh, what is this?



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760620aa No.1[Reply]

After the sudden closure of wakachan.org, I have volunteered to continue hosting the /azu/ board.

This board is running on vichan https://github.com/vichan-devel/vichan/, a fork of Tinyboard, itself a popular PHP-based replacement to aging imageboard software such as Wakaba. Tinyboard+vichan offers a host of usability features that Wakaba does not. Because no code is shared between these projects, it is not possible to import the old posts. However, I believe the advantages offered by vichan are an acceptable trade-off.

I am in contact with the former administration of wakachan.org to retrieve a backup of /azu/ from before its closure. Pending transfer of the old site data, I will attempt to create a read-only mirror archive of the old site and reinstate the random header images.

As a reminder, this is a work-safe board.

This post will be updated with further information as requested.
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11c7c5c5 No.3167

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>>3166
maybe through this credit page that Yotsuba Scans used to add to chapters?

d0db9997 No.3168

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>>3167
ah yes, Ralen may in fact have been the key word

67eec02e No.3188

>>3167
Maybe, now that I think about it.

>>3168
I think that if you type azu plus the letter R, Google autocompletes "Ralen"

151dfeae No.3190

>>3188
I would check this, but, I'm already here- soooo

7e310868 No.3218

>>3168
I assumed this board was gone for good until I tried to see if someone had archived Ralen's translations elsewhere. Google sent me here.



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