25 episodes

For fans who've been in love with anime & manga for decades, or for those who just want to learn more about anime they've never heard of! Reviews, talks of fandom pre-Y2K, and everything in between. Take a walk down memory lane with your host, Usamimi.

The Anime Nostalgia Podcast Usamimi

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    • 4.8, 43 Ratings

For fans who've been in love with anime & manga for decades, or for those who just want to learn more about anime they've never heard of! Reviews, talks of fandom pre-Y2K, and everything in between. Take a walk down memory lane with your host, Usamimi.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Shin Mazinger ,

A lovely trip down memory lane

Being an 80s kid and growing watching anime shows from the 70s, 80s and 90s the anime shows from era will always hold a special place in my heart. And this podcast shares you with their intelligent opinion on those shows and how they hold up today and their experience with them as they also are fans who grew up with them.

There are some very resourceful information on this podcast from the host (Dawn) and her intelligent guests that you will find very entertaining to listen to whether you are a fan who grew up or interested in those shows, or simply you are looking to check them for the first time.

sgtbrightside ,

Loving it so far!

I just got sucked in thanks to the Urusei Yatsura episode. I love it!
My only issue is I would love to be able to see at least a title for each episode. I listen to podcasts on the way to work, so I usually quickly select an episode title that sounds good before I start my 35 - 40 minute commute. I don’t really have time to go to a blog post, search for the episode number and read a description.

RossDAvilla ,

Extremely poor audio quality

I would love the content of this podcast but the audio quality is unlistenable. There is constant clipping when the host talks too loudly, so there is a ton of loud static in the audio. I listened to 3 eps and they’re all like this. This is such an easy problem to fix, I’m amazed it’s so prominent in a podcast going 60+ episodes. A real shame.

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