Discover Nanbaka, the prison anime
We look at the end of the Assassination Classroom series, look at the upcoming Nanbaka anime, discover Japanese science and share a yummy Bubble Milk Tea recipe.
The Assassination Classroom anime’s official website posted a 150-second ‘Countdown’ PV for its upcoming last three episodes earlier this week. The second’s season 23rd episode “Rasubosu no Jikan” (Time of the last boss) will be released on July 4th. The manga already ended its weekly run on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in March and its last tankobon is scheduled to be released on July 4th. According to Seiji Kishi, the anime’s director, the second season of the anime will cover the manga’s final chapter.
In Assassination Classroom, a class of misfits tries to attack and kill their new teacher, who happens to be an octopus with super strength and wacky powers. What do you do when your teacher destroys the moon and threatens to destroy the earth? And what if that teacher is actually the best teacher you ever had? The answers to these questions are all answered in the in the last three episodes of the anime.
Here is the countdown promotional video, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Assassination-Classroom-Countdown-PV
A first promo video for Nanbaka, the upcoming anime based on Shō Futamata’s Nanbaka manga began streaming this week. The video showcases the main character as well as the anime’s story. The anime’s main cast includes Yuuto Uemura, Tetsuya Kakihara, Airu Shiozaki, Daiki Kobayashi, Tomokazu Seki, Satomi Akesaka, Kenjiro Tsuda, Kimeru, Shouma Yamamoto, Sōichiro Hoshi, Shunsuke Takeuchi and Keito Okuyama. The anime will premiere this anime fall season.
The manga tells the tale of four prisoners: Jūgo, a man on extended jail time because he tried to break out of jail; Uno, a man who likes to play around with women; Rokku, fist-happy fighter; and Niko, an anime fanatik. And then there is their warden Hajime. The anime promises to be a high-tension action comedy. Nanbaka is directed by Shinji Takamatsu (School Rumble, Gintama)!
Here is the promotional video, please follow the link: http://bit.ly/Nanbaka-pv
Japan is known for its advances in science and technology like floating bonsais and robots but an interesting experiment hatched out in the science community. Some time ago Japanese researchers publish a rather freaky finding in a science journal – chicks can be hatched using a shell-less embryo. This means scientists can now observe and study a chicks development stages and how to save abandoned or damaged eggs from endangered bird species.
A class at Oihama High School (Chiba Prefecture) decided to try their own spin on it and used s piece of Saran wrap and a glass in their own experiments to test this finding. The 60% success rate of their experiments is impressive and while it seems freaky, unconventional and bizarre this method can hold lots op promise in the preservation of endangered bird species.
Here is a video showing us more of the experiment. To see this impressive step in science, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Eggless-Embryo-experiment
Bubble Milk Tea
If you have ever been to the Nan Hua Buddhist Temple (Bronkhorstspruit) on the Chinese New Year festival you may have sampled the Bubble Milk Tea at one of the stalls. It is a tasty drink. We found a video that teaches us how to make this yummy drink. In the video they use the following ingredients: 3 Cups water, 4 teaspoons loose leaf black tea (few tea bags of your favorite tea will also do), 1 Cup boba, 5-minute instant type, 1/4 Cup turbinado sugar (you can substitute brown or white sugar), Condensed milk (use as preferred), milk and ice.
To find out how to make Bubble Milk Tea, please follow our link: http://bit.ly/Bubble-Milk-Tea
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