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An Analysis of Japanese Otaku Culture from a Viewpoint of Animation Anthropology

Xiang Chaochu
Chengdu University, Chengdu, China
Abstract—Since the concept of "Otaku Culture" was proposed by Nakamori Akio in 1983, this culture has been popular in Japan for 35 years, and it has spawned a sub-cultured otaku group. The young Japanese spirit highly affected by its deeper malaise. Their pursuit of material is limited to meet the minimum standard of living. They lock themselves in the home as much as possible, and indulge in the virtual animation world to meet their own fragile spiritual demand. With the development of the globalization process, the otaku culture has also gradually had a negative impact on Chinese youth. So what are the characteristics of the Japanese otaku? What are the negative effects of otaku culture? How does animation affect this cultural phenomenon? In this regard, this article will be discussed accordingly.
Index Terms—otaku culture, animated anthropology, vigilance

Cite: Xiang Chaochu, "An Analysis of Japanese Otaku Culture from a Viewpoint of Animation Anthropology," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 5.3.275-279, September 2019. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.
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