Orchestral Delusion is primarily a Japanese media reviews-centered blog run by:
Original blog creator and whimsical owner. I just love dragging people into my mess.
stalking Kotobuki Minako.
-Am a Mizuki Nana-tard, though not so actively anymore.
-Am obsessed with Kitano Kii and her multiple talents.
-Think of Matsui Jurina as I would my own child.
I’m an avid anime watcher, but I like keeping my opinion to myself about that (read: I’m too lazy to bother with screencaps for reviews). My main hobby is listening to Japanese music, anison in particular, so most of my posts will be revolving around that.
I like anime… and stuff… I suppose … Although I end up having them pile up. I’d love to say I like Japan as a whole but there are certain stuff that leave me perplexed about the culture, although I want to live there eventually. I generally just stick to anime, and jpop, mostly anison though. Hopefully, I can manage to review new anime, that’s what I do around here most of the time anyway (when I do it xP). I used to be a figure collector but my finances are crap right now so don’t expect any figure reviews anytime soon. So now, it’s just anime… and stuff xP For a bit more personal info, try this
The voice of reason in this madness. Or is it?
I like most Japan-related stuff (which includes from manga and anime to food), but my main obsession is, without a doubt, J-pop. I spend most of my time listening to more Japanese music than it is healthy, and my tastes range from the most mainstream artists to the most obscure ones. My all-time favorite singer is Nana Mizuki, but I love many other artists and groups (see here). I’ll focus on reviewing J-music releases, but might post other random stuff from time to time.
Other hobbies of mine include sleeping, eating, learning languages, drawing and playing videogames (huge Pokémon fan here!)
-The title, Orchestral Delusion, is a lame play on words based on Mizuki Nana’s Orchestral Fantasia song.
-The domain, anisou, is a mixture of アニソン(anison/anime songs) and 妄想(mousou/delusion).