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  2. Shinobi Life - Wikipedia

    Kagetora (景虎, Kagetora) is a ninja and the bodyguard of Princess Beni (Red Princess). He went to the future when a bomb exploded beneath his feet and he fell into the lake with the Red Princess because of pursuers, at the beginning of the manga. There, he meets a girl who shares the same name and face of the princess he had sworn to protect.

  3. Psycho-Pass - Wikipedia

    Psycho-Pass [a] (stylized as PSYCHO-PASS) is a Japanese cyberpunk psychological thriller anime television series produced by Production I.G. It was co-directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani and Katsuyuki Motohiro and written by Gen Urobuchi, with character designs by Akira Amano and featuring music by Yugo Kanno.

  4. Fukushima Prefecture - Wikipedia,_Japan

    Fukushima Prefecture (/ ˌ f uː k uː ˈ ʃ iː m ə /; Japanese: 福島県, romanized: Fukushima-ken, pronounced [ɸɯ̥kɯɕimaꜜkeɴ]) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu.

  5. Hibakusha - Wikipedia

    On March 24, 2009, the Japanese government officially recognized Tsutomu Yamaguchi(1916–2010) as a double hibakusha. Tsutomu Yamaguchi was confirmed to be 3 kilometers from ground zeroin Hiroshima on a business trip when the bombwas detonated. He was seriously burnt on his left side and spent the night in Hiroshima.

  6. Hanebado! - Wikipedia!

    はねバド! good! Afternoon. Hanebado! (はねバド!), also known as The Badminton Play of Ayano Hanesaki! or Hanebad!, is a Japanese sports manga series by Kōsuke Hamada. It was serialized in Kodansha 's seinen manga magazine good! Afternoon from June 7, 2013 to October 7, 2019, and has been collected in sixteen tankōbon volumes.

  7. Code - Wikipedia

    Encoding (in cognition) - a basic perceptual process of interpreting incoming stimuli; technically speaking, it is a complex, multi-stage process of converting relatively objective sensory input (e.g., light, sound) into a subjectively meaningful experience.

  8. East Asia - Wikipedia

    In common usage, the term "East Asia" typically refers to a region including Greater China, Japan, and Korea.. China, Japan, and Korea represent the three core countries and civilizations of traditional East Asia - as they once shared a common written language, culture, as well as sharing Confucian philosophical tenets and the Confucian societal value system once instituted by Imperial China.