The 2nd round of Kotobukiya’s rubber straps are here!
I’m always grateful that they make them look so cute.
※Judging by the photo, Norway is on his way.
I want to take another photo, since they were careful to make Norway cute too.
>Are there comics about America in “This is the Center~”?
Yes, I got to draw a few comics in which the characters are in the US.
They’re little knowledge jokes about America!
>After doing a homestay, I’m thinking about doing a share house.
I think there was furniture in the house at the time during the homestay,
but when it comes to the share house, I’m worried whether or not they’ll have furniture…
I’ll be glad if you could tell me about share house furniture, laundry, and facilities such as household goods and tools around the kitchen!
In America, it’s about 50/50 that they will or won’t have them.
There are a lot of cases in which the previous person will leave a set of furniture, and you can buy it from them.
Since there’s a lot of cases where there are no quilts or curtains, it’s best to ask during preview!
It’s mega rich if there’s laundry.
>I’ll be going to New York for one month starting in August
Aside from the major sightseeing spots, can you tell me places you recommend if you have any?!!
You can go to many places in a month!
I recommend taking a train to nearby Tarrytown. I wrote about it when I went.
It’s major, but Brooklyn Heights Promenade is really enjoyable!
Please enjoy yourself in NY!
>By the way, in the fourth volume of Hetalia, in the scene when the Americans were saying ‘warranty!!’ because the liberty bell broke 200 years ago,
I thought that the Brits’ comeback to them was very cool! (I would nomally feel like apologizing)
Are there any more books or such that are compiled of similar scenes or things like that?
If it’s okay, I’d be glad if you tell me please.
That scene was so cool, just like the Brits!
They went and translated the jokes altogether in this book, but
in “The Very Bloody History of Britain” by John Farman (Chikuma Bunko), the stories about Britain
are described with a touch of humour, and it’s fun to learn, so I recommend it.
If England and France play Bokosuka* for a long time, and Germany comes lumbering in,
the two countries start to think, “We know each other so well that France (England) is the lesser of two evils over that incomprehensible guy.” Such jokes made me laugh.
[TN/: *”Bokosuka Wars” an RPG strategy video game in which you play as a king who must find his allies, invade the opposing empire, and kill their tyrant king before he conquers the world.]