Tokonoma (床の間, toko-no-ma), or simply toko (床), is a built-in recessed space in a Japanese style reception room, in which items for artistic appreciation are.
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Niche japanese -- traveling fastPlease look over our rules and FAQ before posting. That's a deal breaker for me. I can see Japanese audiences going hard for something like Skyrim or First-Person shooters on a "western Otaku" level.
Result: Pong Spoiler The following topics are posted weekly. I can see Japanese audiences going niche japanese for something like Skyrim or First-Person shooters on a "western Otaku" level. Your original manga might not catch many eyes at Comiket, but you'll be damn sure that your sexy SAO doujin or whatever will get some buyers. In English, tokonoma is usually called alcove. Unlike a lot all?
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- Anijya: I like obscure games, and I feel Japan doesn't have many unique ones.
- I was obsessed with Virus, probably because I never got to play it. The gameplay feels similar to old Sonic titles, but in a puzzle setting well, if Sonic was a heavy rampaging elephant. Maybe something interesting is happening right now in Japan?
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The pillar on one side of the tokonoma is usually made of wood, specially prepared for the purpose. Sorry, it's wholly in Japanese, but listen to that sweet sweet Otojya voice. There are some series that I think look awesome but can't bring myself to play because of the environments.
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Really expensive, but the demand was there. Think about how immersive games like Far Cry or The Witcher are. There's also the obvious Metal Gear series. What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page.