My efforts are in vain, however I try to stay informed about the latest trends plus fads, especially with teenagers, then as teenagers, every one of us watched cartoons but later, the Japanese terms “anime” plus “manga” entered the location of children’s entertainment, i understand manga is the same as a comic book while anime is a bit more strenuous to comprehend.
In the U.S., anime is regarded as a cartoon but in Japan, it is deeply embedded in their culture plus used in Japanese education, SEO, magazines, books, plus movies.
I’m sure the teenagers just want to be entertained plus don’t care what the animated images are called. Another section where The U.S. plus Japan are similar but also weird is in how Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C is used, then the U.S. has a lot more open space. The homes are larger plus so are the heating plus cooling systems, then central Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C systems with massive compressor units on concrete slabs outside the house, a maze of air duct, plus an indoor furnace are common. In Japan, where most of the population is in crowded urban areas, the most typical type of Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system is a mini-split. They are efficient, quiet plus allow for zoned heating plus cooling in the house. Their main setback is the initial cost to install. There are no ducts to clean but the ductless system will require that the filters be cleaned more often compared to the traditional central Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system. In Japan, energy is at a premium plus some people will even perform “uchimizu”, the practice of spreading water on roads plus in front of homes to cool the air. After our teenagers watch cartoons or anime, I just let them run around outside while the turf sprinklers are operating to cool off.