A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to watch a live stream of the Japanese anime series Bakemonogatari.
This was a very exciting experience, and it allowed me to experience what is probably one of the most important moments in the series thus far: the raindrops falling on Bakemonoroku.
When I was a kid, I remember having an intense desire to visit Bakemono, and this feeling of anticipation has been very real to me ever since.
I am an obsessive Bakemonist myself, and I’ve been watching Bakemona as long as I can remember.
The raindrops in the stream were truly magical.
I was so mesmerized by the water that I actually cried as I watched.
It was like a dream, a magical time when the rain dropped onto my TV screen, and the beautiful raindrops and light glistening on my screen made my heart ache.
Bakemonorokans anime is set to debut in Japan this summer.
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