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Otaku no Podcast is a podcast dedicated to all things Anime and Manga. Here, you will find news on the latest releases and other goings-on in the industry; reviews of cool (and not-so-cool) titles, both new and old; and commentary on various otaku-worthy topics. We’ll also occasionally venture forth into other territories of interest to many otaku, such as video games, music, and Japanese food and culture. So grab that box of Pocky and strap yourself into your giant robot cockpit, you’re in for one wild ride!

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Otaku no Podcast is a podcast dedicated to all things Anime and Manga. Here, you will find news on the latest releases and other goings-on in the industry; reviews of cool (and not-so-cool) titles, both new and old; and commentary on various otaku-worthy topics. We’ll also occasionally venture forth into other territories of interest to many otaku, such as video games, music, and Japanese food and culture. So grab that box of Pocky and strap yourself into your giant robot cockpit, you’re in for one wild ride!

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    Video #0016 – Cool Find: Air Video HD: stream your downloaded anime, with perfect subtitles!

    Video #0016 – Cool Find: Air Video HD: stream your downloaded anime, with perfect subtitles!

    In this episode, we take a look at a really cool app for iPhones, iPod touches and iPads, Air Video HD. Air Video HD lets you stream video files over your home network from your computers, media centers, network attached storage, etc. It automatically transcodes the video if needed, and supports pretty much every video format under the sun, including MKV and Hi10p. It also supports all the common subtitle formats, including advanced subtitle features (SSA/ASS) such as fonts, text positioning, styles and more.



    For full show notes (including links to all products mentioned) please visit otakunopodcast.com.

    • 12 min
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    Video #0007 – Japanese Classic Cuisine: Yakitori

    Video #0007 – Japanese Classic Cuisine: Yakitori

    Yes, I’m taking another break from audio podcasting. Today I show you how to make a classic Japanese dish that you’ve probably had many times before, Yakitori. Ingredients: 1 package chicken thighs (about 6 pieces) 1 small bundle green onions (negi) 2 tbsp. sugar 2/3 cup soy sauce 6 tbsp. sake (Japanese rice wine) [...]

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    Video #0006 – Convention Photography 101

    Video #0006 – Convention Photography 101

    It’s happened to all of us – you get home, load up your con photos, and your reaction is “meh.” Fear not! The Otaku no Podcast crew will show you the tips and tricks you need to get those awesome Cosplay.com like shots. This was the workshop I gave at Anime Expo 2010. Be sure [...]

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    Video #0005 – Anime Podcasting for n00bs

    Video #0005 – Anime Podcasting for n00bs

    This is the workshop I gave at FanimeCon 2010 on how to start your own anime/manga podcast. For links to the products, software, services, etc. mentioned in this workshop, please visit http://otakunopodcast.com/podcasting/. Click for J-List now!

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    Video #0004 – The Sushi Experiment 3.0: Nigiri, Temaki, Chirashi, and Facing the Fish

    Video #0004 – The Sushi Experiment 3.0: Nigiri, Temaki, Chirashi, and Facing the Fish

    Greetings, and welcome to the third and final installment in this series of sushi making videos. It’s finally time to run with the big dogs and face your fears – raw fish. But don’t worry, it’s not as difficult as it sounds, and assuming you have access to a reasonably good Asian foods market (or [...]

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    Video #0003 – The Sushi Experiment 2.0: Rolled Sushi

    Video #0003 – The Sushi Experiment 2.0: Rolled Sushi

    Well, I didn’t get any angry e-mails or death threats, so I’m assuming that you folks liked our first videocast (or were at the very least willing to tolerate it). So we’re back with another. In this, our second installment in the Sushi series, we’ll be talking about how to make maki sushi, or rolled [...]

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