Searching Through a New Season of Anime and J-drama — 10 Comments

  1. Thanks for the tips! I guess I got a few new bookmarks. Not yet sure what I’ll watch this season. I was a bit disappointed with what I’ve tried so far, so I’m still on the lookout…

    • I admit, this season is a bit on the lackluster side. But there are still a few gems to be found. I hope the sites help you find them.

  2. I’m watching these.


    There’s another I’m watching too. Anyway, the ones I’m watching definitely have a different feel this season.

    • 突然ですが、明日結婚します has been fun so far. I hope it continues that way till the end.

  3. Does someone knows if there is a site like Crunchyroll but for dramas? I’m having a hard time finding dramas without English subtitles.

    • I have found a few dramas on Crunchyroll. There are actually quite a bit of them. You go to crunchyroll. Click on “Shows” which is next to the CrunchyRoll icon. Then immediately below the “Shows” (after you click on “Shows”) you will see An “Anime” tab and a “Drama” tab. Naturally, you will want to click on the “Drama” tab. And there you have it. A bunch of dramas that you can turn the subtitles off of.

    • The way those streaming sites work is they download the raws, then they download the subs and put them together. So if you didn’t want the subs, you’d have to use google and find the raws. However, I strongly recommend to just use Crunchyroll. You don’t have to download any large files and there is nothing shady about it. Another option, is to use a physical object (with tape) and cover the bottom part of the screen.

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