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Reminder that in the event 8ch goes down, our bunker will still be up and running.

File: 08e6453cefcb525⋯.jpg (81.71 KB, 1086x603, 362:201, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 01….jpg)

File: 011d1be9d1f846d⋯.jpg (49.5 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 01….jpg)

 No.776793

We're going camping.

 No.776808

It reminds me of the times I camped in Michigan. This should be a thread for sharing innawoods experiences.


 No.776810

File: a19b9a7b1076705⋯.jpg (222.15 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0056.jpg)

That was pretty comfy, especially since its snowing here.


 No.776814

>>776810

Are you North East like me anon? I'm about to be snowed in because of wind


 No.776815

>>776814

Yea, I'm in PA. Seems like its slowing down here though.


 No.776816

>>776815

>>776814

Washingtonian here.

Hang in there, other coast. I hope y'all don't become a solid block of ice.


 No.776834

I wonder what other campsites they will go to for the anime other than Mt. Fuji.


 No.776837

File: 552182561f55717⋯.png (2.03 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 552182561f5571706f1d17d708….png)

I'm so excited for this fucking show, holy shit. It's everything I want to do in this life: Travel around Nippon with a folding bike and camp around.

>>776810

Whose subs are these and how good are they.


 No.776846

>>776837

>Whose subs are these and how good are they.

Just a CR rip from Erai-Raws, they seem fine so far but I'm no expert


 No.776853

>>776846

I find Erai to be slightly shittier than HS, proportionally related to their slightly faster upload times.


 No.776855

I wonder if there will be a /k/ommando in the background at some point. Oh God, what if a crazy innawoods man appears?


 No.776859

File: ef486ec58fe0ec7⋯.jpg (198.97 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-04_20-56-….jpg)

File: f05a9613ed2c30a⋯.jpg (107.47 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-04_20-57-….jpg)

File: f21386731af432d⋯.jpg (65.43 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, better than the other rame….jpg)

File: 0ed16ebd2ec1c2b⋯.jpg (54.08 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-04_20-58-….jpg)

File: 4de7e85b02c3ffe⋯.jpg (67.83 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-04_21-00-….jpg)

>pink is cute

>blue is super cute

>all that background art


 No.776860

File: 8e030e7b426470c⋯.jpg (138.52 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [FreakCrSuBuS] Yuru Camp -….jpg)

The classic A-frame. It will never die.

>>776808

It reminds me of camping in the Adirondacks and Appalachians. Especially when she was setting up her camp and collecting wood for the fire. Rather than pinecones, we always used to use birch bark.


 No.776872

File: 56d1605505ed58d⋯.jpg (227.92 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0019.jpg)

File: 9fc60efabfb7fd1⋯.jpg (438.25 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0020.jpg)

File: 941a765eddf972c⋯.jpg (136.12 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0022.jpg)

Oh boy, it's another "Travel Nippon!" advertisement. This one featuring cute girls doing innawoods things, with an MC who pretty much is Misuzu from Tomo-chan; They're checking a lot of boxes off my fetishes list right now, let me tell you guys. Art is somewhat lacking, as is their budget, I'm sure. For now, I'm looking forward to their comfy adventures and to fantasizing about snuggling with not-Misu to keep her warm.


 No.776877

File: 08804329b0d0b58⋯.jpg (32.36 KB, 600x315, 40:21, c0874e657970e02a15b2fb9ac9….jpg)

>Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou

>Hakumei to Mikochi

>now Yurukyan

The golden age of comfy and healing has begun.


 No.776881

Comfy camping in the cold. I'm in. The music was nice, too.


 No.776891

How long till there's a cold night and and the girls share sleeping bags to conserve body heat?


 No.776923

File: 8331436f6d10853⋯.png (754.65 KB, 1193x813, 1193:813, ClipboardImage.png)

B-but you guys told me anime girls don't poop?


 No.776924

I honestly think we should stream this. It's so comfy. We should share the comfort.


 No.776938

>>776814

>>776815

>>776816

Fuck you too, burger-tachi. All I have here is shitty rain and maybe ant-sized hail for a couple minutes.

>>776855

>cute girls teaching wacky operator how to get comfy

Yes please.

>>776859

It's like a kotatsu for your soul.

>>776924

Is streaming okay if we do it together? A riddle for the ages.


 No.776945

There is actually a character for camping: 🏕


 No.776978

I really can't stand the style in which the characters are drawn.


 No.776983

File: 986c5e5eb180dea⋯.jpg (164.17 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0097.jpg)

>just got back from a camping trip to find this

This show was made for me.


 No.776987

>>776938

>implying operators don't know how to comfy

There is no greater pleasure than sleeping on a buried bed of coals and hot rocks.


 No.776991

>>776793

I'm really digging that Jackson 5-esque theme.


 No.777000

File: b1080e8c7861d7f⋯.png (68.28 KB, 188x164, 47:41, faggot.png)

>>776983

What a Faggot.


 No.777001

>>776983

F A G G O T D E T E C T E D


 No.777005

It's not as good as I was anticipating so far but still all right.

The artstyle is pretty neat but the designs aren't great. All the girls except emotionless-chan sound the same, though the kansaiben is fun. I don't know how they're going to keep up the comfy with this many main characters.


 No.777007

>>776872

All they need now is a MRE autist to reach perfection.


 No.777008

>>776860

I fucking hated that tent. I hated lugging it around, I hated setting it up, I hated sleeping in it. Worst tent ever.


 No.777018

>>777007

Hopefully one of the girls in the outdoor activities club will teach the others the wonders of the MRE like instant coffee.


 No.777030

File: b6b427880d56f03⋯.jpg (104.52 KB, 1000x686, 500:343, comfy witch.jpg)


 No.777031

>>776877

>Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou

>healing

>An anime about two lonely girls who are doomed to die by starvation in a desolate city ruin

I enjoyed it a lot, but its fucking sad when you think about it


 No.777034

>>777031

It's healing when you make peace with the zetsubou.

Now the manga on the other hand...


 No.777275

The show is comfy.

I hope we get an episode where they tell campfire stories to each other, preferably horror.

>>776938

I only have rain, same as last year.

>>776983

>just got back from a camping trip to find this

I hope you went alone, or with a dakimakura of your waifu.


 No.777276

File: e9f8bd6ad930609⋯.jpg (559.84 KB, 800x704, 25:22, 1497454022108.jpg)

The first episode was about average, but I feel like it is setting up for a great show.

I also noticed right off the back that yellow hair has the same VA as Yui from K-On!


 No.777298

>>777276

It's "right off the bat," anon.


 No.777354

>>777275

They should start a story with "so I visited this thing they call a Magical Place..."


 No.777378

Needs more skinwalkers.


 No.777409

>>777298

Right of the batt, hehe.


 No.777440

File: 5a0aa76bb0a9bc3⋯.jpg (96.46 KB, 1034x1053, 1034:1053, 1466972598744.jpg)

>>777378

What if the skinwalkers are the ones watching the anime?


 No.777701

>>776923

She's taking a leak.

>>777275

You shouldn't go camping alone unless you want the skinwalkers to get you, or die from the many other things that can kill people in the natural world.


 No.777714

>/a/ goes on a camping trip for a season where we watch anime and sit around having cute little girl discussions about it while having fun on a mountain together.

Why is this now a dream of mine?


 No.777757

>>777714

Better yet, /ak/ camping. Get some proper innawoods and range time in addition to anime.


 No.777759

>>777757

With Juni Ito-style horrors?


 No.777765

>You will never go camping with /a/

Why even live?


 No.777791

>>777759

Cute youkai girls. They'll come out to eat us but get charmed by our headpats and oishiimonos.


 No.777802

File: 31d18ed9ba0fd77⋯.png (635.21 KB, 756x715, 756:715, 1471293294974-0.png)

>>777765

Would we even know how to pitch a tent?


 No.777804

File: 8897b780262703f⋯.jpg (99.26 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0051 (3).jpg)

>That opening sequence

>All the girls are cute in their unique way

>They don't look like character archetypes.

>The OP starts playing

>That OP

>The animation is quite nice

>The music is always lovely

Oh, no. I'm falling in love with this, /a/. What do I do? It's like the bitterness in my soul is healing. How do I live with this feeling?


 No.777806

>>777802

Surely you've been camping before?


 No.777810

File: 25521743eeaecd1⋯.jpg (707.92 KB, 1200x723, 400:241, 55068373_p0 - ハクメイとミコチ.jpg)

>>777765

>tfw camping with friends is super fun

While I can assume it would be a fun trip with you guys, I'm either in charge of the food or I get to make my own. I don't want a /k/ meet up brownies moment to happen to me.

>>777802

The real question is have you gone backpack camping before? Experience levels would determine if we get the real experience or we just go car camping.


 No.777813

>>777810

>I don't want a /k/ meet up brownies moment to happen to me.

This is /a/, anon. We're a bunch of innocent little girls. At the very worst you'll get some delicious loli bodily fluids in your brownies. Now who could possibly object to that.


 No.777823

File: 037d517048e2212⋯.png (149.73 KB, 368x368, 1:1, 037d517048e2212a38b92b80ca….png)

>>777806

>>777810

No, not at all.

I'll cozy up the cabin for when you get back.


 No.777844

>>777823

You don't need that much experience to start camping, though make sure to go easy on the first time so you don't get yourself in a bad situation. Also I just learned that some people have tents that hook up to your car. I myself am not referring to that, and more referring to driving right to the camp site and setting up camp.


 No.777851

Pretty comfy. Do pine cones actually work that well? Seems like grass / whatever fluffy tinder bundle you can put together would work better since it will take a spark better.


 No.777854

>>777757

>>777791

I could take you out innaothernowhere, only 30% of you are goners provided said guide doesn't get offed first lots of spoops.

>>777851

Pine cones are loaded with resin, birch bark works just as well due to how oily it is.


 No.777865

File: c1cc53afde45287⋯.webm (14.78 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, tent.webm)

That is the fastest and most stress free setup of a tent I have ever seen.


 No.777870

File: e26dc24d58facb8⋯.jpg (290.61 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0004.jpg)

>>777865

>Head pointing downhill

How can people sleep like this?


 No.777876

>>777870

Stomach down so you gaze at Fuji-san as you doze off.


 No.777881

>>777802

In my attempts to not make a sexual joke, from what I've gathered, quite a few weebs have some sort of military/outdoors experience.


 No.777888

File: 39479fa02faa5e4⋯.jpg (16.34 KB, 421x399, 421:399, 0e08d185dca5fe969f6799979e….jpg)

>>777881

And I set it up so well too...


 No.777902

File: 07a807b07563a46⋯.jpg (30.18 KB, 535x226, 535:226, anon REALLY likes Mt Fuji.jpg)

>>777876

Seek medical help. I'm worried.


 No.777914

File: 6aff177a04e6ffd⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 959.03 KB, 1920x2156, 480:539, ayy.jpg)

File: 66930847636c720⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 122.59 KB, 1273x1430, 1273:1430, lmao.jpg)


 No.777915

>>777902

Why should I seek medical help? Did I miss something?


 No.777926

>>777440

Do skinwalkers even watch anime? Do they have waifus?


 No.777975

File: ea525d3e93846b6⋯.jpg (242.35 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, 2003ef96a16db0cf25ec7802ee….jpg)

File: 35e42ef07b2834e⋯.png (5.9 MB, 2560x1440, 16:9, 35e42ef07b2834e400469db564….png)

File: 651d4b9c66ad96c⋯.png (4.17 MB, 2560x1440, 16:9, 651d4b9c66ad96c4a48028b840….png)

>>777714

>we'd all bring our dakis and guns

>sit around the campfire while a cauldron of ramen slowly bubbles away

>do fun innawoods things all day

>get together at night and watch animu while getting smashed on nihonshu

That doesn't sound half bad.


 No.777987

If they tell a spooky story, they should talk about Dyatlov Pass. Hope that incident doesn't happen to them or to camping anons.


 No.777992

File: e2a90902c066f76⋯.jpg (140.64 KB, 1030x1029, 1030:1029, Chika on United Airlines F….jpg)

>>777975

>first pic

>Operator reading Jormungand

How appropriate.


 No.777993

File: 945a274358a52c1⋯.png (83.63 KB, 300x300, 1:1, 1397153602672.png)

>>777987

>Dyatlov Pass

What the fuck did I just read? It's full-blown /x/, but backed up by official sources rather than just hearsay.


 No.778001

File: d39cfb11c0fbb52⋯.jpg (50.45 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 1509875185166.jpg)

>>777987

>To dispel the theory of an attack by the indigenous Mansi people, Dr. Boris Vozrozhdenny stated that the fatal injuries of the three bodies could not have been caused by another human being, "because the force of the blows had been too strong and no soft tissue had been damaged".

Oh shit.


 No.778042


 No.778057

File: 8566be9f038d7eb⋯.jpg (90.54 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, 8566be9f038d7eb5cbefb3a7d5….jpg)

>>777993

>>777987

That's fucking spooky. I find it strange that the UFO theory is mysteriously absent from kikepedia.

>official sources

There's even autopsy photos of the bodies, holy shit.


 No.778059

File: a61fcf978c41ac8⋯.png (170.83 KB, 480x433, 480:433, 2d2eff07a1da014b13746268a3….png)

>>777987

>>778001

>no one knows what caused the incident

>no culprit was ever found and the case was dropped unsolved

>not enough info is given and your imagination runs way the fuck out of control

>unofficial accounts such as orange lights above their region the night of the hike or their skins having a unusually deep brown tan

This has all the trappings of a good creepypasta but they rarely get me because I know they're just works of fiction. Most horrifying of all, this is all fucking real; other innawoods disappearances like it aren't unheard of. Even something as "mundane" as an avalanche or animal attack is still pretty concerning to thing about.


 No.778072

File: a99863eb4aa3667⋯.png (122.66 KB, 388x380, 97:95, 1465691778830-1.png)

>>778001

<Dubinina

>Her foot was wrapped in a piece of Krivonishenko's underpants and she was wearing Krivonishenko's brown sweater that tested radioactive.

<Kolevatov

>The waistband of his sweater and lower part of his trousers tested radioactive.

>The radiation on two sweaters and pants was substantial


 No.778098

File: 7a7ca0e5880023a⋯.jpg (109.4 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0046.jpg)

With this thread and Junji Ito airing, it feels like I can let loose my inner /x/ this season.


 No.778229

>>778072

I like that spoopy Russian things usually involve radioactivity.


 No.778235

>>778098

There is potential here too >>776262


 No.778242

Shiny Days/ABC mashup when?


 No.779651

File: f2dce8be2eeed01⋯.jpg (85.99 KB, 391x700, 391:700, 1312934718732.jpg)

>>778242

>mfw I've been listening to Shiny Days all day trying to fill the void for even a second


 No.779806

File: 9bed345cbdf5ebf⋯.jpg (71.39 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 02….jpg)

File: 7dba2bd87ffbded⋯.jpg (112.88 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 02….jpg)

Rin has the most fuckable bun I've ever seen.


 No.779809

File: c27660feec3b250⋯.jpg (231.56 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Yuru Camp -….jpg)


 No.779833

File: a3a6ad0c40776b0⋯.png (2.97 MB, 1920x1421, 1920:1421, THE CUTEST.png)

File: bb8149c2555b702⋯.jpg (186.58 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0030.jpg)

File: 92ed64aa4a1cf3a⋯.jpg (373.68 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0031.jpg)

File: 1e25c201b2934e2⋯.jpg (254.58 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0032.jpg)

File: c96af9eeacdff5b⋯.jpg (271.95 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0033.jpg)

I have the most massive erection for not-SuzuShimarin, sweet god she is adorable! The beach episode is going to be wondrous, anons, I can see it now.

This is hands down the comfiest show this season. Prove me wrong, you can't.


 No.779836

File: 1b28b0d23623938⋯.jpg (86.61 KB, 939x1080, 313:360, mpv-shot0029.jpg)


 No.779862

>>779833

I'm going to be bold and proclaim that this will be my favorite this season.


 No.779866

File: 0d0b39625ff10a5⋯.jpg (121.2 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [HorribleSubs]YuruCamp-02[….jpg)

File: d865bb0a974b8df⋯.jpg (156.38 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, bear attack.jpg)

Chiaki makes some nice faces, though it looks like she has an elongated head in some scenes.


 No.779876

File: 2578667f2626fc2⋯.jpg (90.27 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-11_20-20-….jpg)

File: ea6130f30d7229c⋯.jpg (137.9 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-11_20-23-….jpg)

File: 5dc5c22d77eb90d⋯.jpg (104.07 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-11_20-25-….jpg)

File: 72d79ceeb46ed07⋯.jpg (121.81 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-11_20-26-….jpg)

Quite likely to be my AOTS too, though we're yet to see Hakumei to Mikochi


 No.779883

>>779876

>>779806

Caught myself yawning super hard while looking at second pic.


 No.779884

File: 0b937e47c530858⋯.png (970.08 KB, 924x1080, 77:90, Rin smug.png)

>>779883

>He was made to yawn from a picture


 No.779889

File: 8e143e1b95d8319⋯.png (2.1 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Yuru Camp -….png)

File: a38ed660f3ea159⋯.png (1.51 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Yuru Camp -….png)

>>779862

>>779876

Same here. Inchlings might dethrone it, but so far this is super comfy and enjoyable. Really looking forward to the campfire cooking.


 No.779894

>>779876

>>779889

Oh you guys are right, I forgot about the inchlings. It's going to be a battle of the comfy.


 No.779895

File: 1c5469da8f42507⋯.jpg (207.53 KB, 850x714, 25:21, __akagi_akigumo_harusame_h….jpg)

>>779889

Moe is over. Harems are over. Shounen action is over. Now we enter the era of comfy.


 No.779939

>you will never be a tiny japanese schoolgirl wearing oversized woollen clothes that make you look cute and super comfy

truly this life is for suffering only


 No.779940

>>779895

>Now we enter the era of comfy.

Finally, the golden age that the prophesies foretold.


 No.780060

File: 1f0ea2a7a25982d⋯.jpg (237.79 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1f0ea2a7a25982dfec10404aec….jpg)

This show just has a mysterious charm to it because it's a show about being outdoors. You feel like anything could happen out there, so it's exciting, but at the same time the girls are cute and fun and makes the show comfy. It's like floating on your back in the ocean or watching a scary movie at night under a blanket with you're waifu. I don't know if I can explain this right.


 No.780099

File: 6519b433df51cfa⋯.jpg (108.91 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0017.jpg)

File: e5256fa2607c40e⋯.jpg (119.25 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0018.jpg)

I'm cataloguing her taste, apparently.

10/10 would read /x/-tier topics around a campfire late at night with her before getting too tired for reading and put on spooky radio while we drift off to sleep.


 No.780130

>>779895

>>779940

you whippersnappers stop calling healing anime comfy


 No.780147

>>780130

It's been comfy here for a long time old man.


 No.780191

File: 9c85b3b044a1a3a⋯.png (1.88 MB, 1901x1073, 1901:1073, yurucamp.png)

>>780130

This part made me smile at the VA delivering this line. All the characters are awesome and the VA's are all top notch. It helps with the comfy so much having aki toyosaki in your cast. The only thing that made me wince at bit was talking about the prices. 2k yen + firewood costs + rental seemed like absolutely jewry to me. especially for something that is essentially free, they surely can't own the entire woods or force you use their firewood and brazier.


 No.780209

File: 7fe9d8a41be8faf⋯.webm (2.24 MB, 853x480, 853:480, kowa.webm)

The second half of this episode was so perfect. I think I'm sold on this show being AOTS.


 No.780218

>>780130

Come on grandpa, get with the times, that's what all the kids call it these days.


 No.780238

>>780209

The delivery on that panicked line is great.


 No.780240

>>780191

>paying for firewood

What the fuck?


 No.780242

>>780191

>they surely can't own the entire woods or force you use their firewood and brazier.

Do you have any idea how utterly tiny Japan is? They surely can and do.


 No.780246

File: 51828781e89a9cb⋯.png (1.3 MB, 3729x4010, 3729:4010, 1440366213303.png)

>>780191

>they surely can't own the entire woods

In the countryside, it's not uncommon for people to have larger properties. Renge owns a mountain.


 No.780251

File: f548697195a186a⋯.webm (2.4 MB, 853x480, 853:480, kuma.webm)

File: 426eb01d5373cb8⋯.webm (1.87 MB, 853x480, 853:480, sanpo.webm)

A couple more webms.


 No.780259

>>780191

>>780246

My grandmother inherited a mountain from her mother but it's in between several other mountains; the GSDF used it as a training ground until a few years back (budget cuts), and nowadays the electric company pays her a measly $32 a year for letting them put two high voltage power poles on the mountain.


 No.780265

File: 24cac4424de0957⋯.png (2.32 MB, 1544x2029, 1544:2029, img000025.png)

Who would camp in such a crowded field? At least in a forest the trees can give you a bit more isolation. The view of Fuji may be good, but that's way too many people for camping.


 No.780267

File: a241b75121a343d⋯.gif (5.71 KB, 200x200, 1:1, map_fuji.gif)

>>780265

well anon, there is finite space from where you can see mt Fuji and it is near one of the biggest agglomerations in the world on top of being a huge tourist attraction. Unless the girls plan to camp in Hokkaido all camp sites will always be overpriced and crowded.


 No.780268

>>780265

Looks like a basic campground to me.

Nipland probably don't allow anyone to camp wherever they want.


 No.780286

File: f8efb2da1790735⋯.png (786.3 KB, 598x447, 598:447, I WILL HAUNT YOU.PNG)

>>780265

It'd be comforting to be around so many people;

There lie cadavers buried under the cherry blossoms!

Kajii Motojiro, Under the Cherry Blossoms

If one ever has the chance to go to the area surrounding Mount Fuji, and especially around Lake Kawaguchiko, he will experience just how dark and eerily silent that area is. From nights to mornings, there is often a thick fog that covers much of the mountains and roads surrounding that area, and this lasts well into autumn. So far, this may describe hundreds of thousands of campsites or innawoods locations. But Kawaguchiko is different, or rather tainted.

Apologies for the blogpost, but my experiences regarding Japanese camp grounds is pretty negative albeit I've only been to another one in Saitama, so don't take my word as gospel. If you've been following the latest gossip on youtube, you'd probably heard of the Paul youtuber guy who walked into the Aoki-ga-Hara forest and found a dead guy hanging. It was sick and disgusting, however, that is what goes on around that area; it's famous, much like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, or Beachy Head in Dover(?). Anyhow I camped at a quiet campground probably 2 miles or so out from the forest at a campsite. It was mid Autumn and unfortunately, we (a group of friends) were stuck in the middle of a typhoon that night; the camp owner let us sleep in the empty cabins closer to the woods, and we spent the night there. The next morning cleared up, and it was relatively warm so we inflated our canoes and boats and did a bit of rafting. The lake was surrounded on all sides by mountains. Due to the differences in the temperature, there was, for the large parts of the day, a constant fog that shrouded the mountains and the roads surrounding it. We ran out of food so we had to go to the nearest supermarket.

So we drove up the hill out of the campground and in a few hundred metres onto a road where visibility was maybe 20 or 30 metres max. I was on the passenger seat, slightly nervous, slightly excited; then out of the blue, I saw a balding middle aged man, hunched, and with very little on him except for maybe a jacket, walking around the shoulder of the road. I had thought very little of him until I later looked at the map at the supermarket and realised that where we were driving through the infamous Aoki-ga-Hara forest. It really isn’t me fearing for my life, but more about me fearing why the man was there. Maybe he lived around the area, who knows. What’s more likely is that he headed into the forest to die or came out of the forest.

After my seeing of the man, the camp trip felt a little less fun, and more sombre; the sight of Mount Fuji was beautiful, so were the caves, and the lake, and the woods. However the quote above from Kajii Motojiro’s Under the Cherry Blossoms is perhaps the basis of my fear and repulse during that camp. I’ve read people who’ve been into the forest to identify remains, or just for fun. They often say that the scariest thing in the forest isn’t the prospect of a dead spirit but the certainty of what men and women who are certain to become wrathful spirits; greed, loss, lusts, despair, and so on. Whatever the cause, the results lie, hang, and rot in the forests around Mount Fuji. It’s beautiful yet men turn it into something miserable and ugly.

No amount of cute girls doing cute camping things or PR can change this. It's etched in me, and a large majority of Japanese.

pic related is from a tv program a decade back; on the tree is spray painted the words "呪ってやる", or "I will haunt you"; search the Aoki-ga-Hara forests for more pics. It's scarier than any /x/-tier bull because it all exists and is the work of men.


 No.780297

>>780268

I always imagine camping to be remote and solitary. I guess the common reality is different.


 No.780306

File: c7549bea015938f⋯.jpg (1.86 MB, 3583x2376, 3583:2376, 71900018.JPG)

>>780297

Common is right. But it doesn't have to be.

You can always venture out on your own and illegally camp in distant places that are wild and desolate of human life. There was that one anon who camped the entire time while on his trip, like a hobo champ. His adventure seemed amazing because of it. But he was around civilization for the most part, from what I gathered.

Of course, the disadvantage is that it's much less safe and your survival is entirely up to you if you were to venture to really remote places. And you lack basic conditions, and it's probably illegal, so of course most people don't do it.

I've done it myself on the other side of the pond, but at least I had my gun with me. Pic is from my camping spot.

>>780286

Well, gee, anon. You had to turn this back into /x/tier spooky shit, didn't you?

Honesty, I think it would be really cool to go hiking through that forest with friends. Dead bodies aren't that big of a deal and it would be a curious sight to see how these men and women chose to end it all.


 No.780312

>>780297

Can't recharge your phone in the wilderness.


 No.780314

File: b3313196174f38d⋯.jpeg (19.93 KB, 466x316, 233:158, images (3).jpeg)

>>780312

>What are solar panel chargers

I will concede the point that they're not very long-lasting but then again it was chink shit


 No.780316

I went camping once a few years ago.

>Storm Brenda or Doreen

>Woken up by the wind, found out later it was 90-100mph

>Go to the toilets

>Return to tent

>It's gone

>>780306

Have you increased the sepia or is that photo old?


 No.780318

>>780297

Camping areas won't usually be desolate, if you own land or do what >>780306 says then it can be very solitary.


 No.780328

>>780297

Usually the heavily populated campgrounds will be accessible by automobile.

You can find some solitude even in public campgrounds if you have to hike a few miles to get there.


 No.780331

>>780306

>Went to a desolate place across the pond to camp

>Took a picture in a sepia filter

I'm not pointing fingers, but someone sounds like a skinwalker to me.


 No.780333

File: df2f6f2bc0a1ae3⋯.jpg (3.29 MB, 3583x2376, 3583:2376, 71900003.JPG)

>>780316

>>780331

It's taken on a black&white film Ilford disposable camera; That's how they all turned out.


 No.780334

>>780286

>>780306

What I wonder about that forest is just how many bodies are there? I assume the wildlife takes care of remains fairly quickly and maybe people come looking for remains to identify and remove but are there new people going there to die all the time? Does it just constantly smell like rotting corpses?

It sounds like a fun way to go out if I decide I'm done with life. I could make my first trip to Japan be my last too.


 No.780338

>>780334

The forest is 30 square kilometers for fuck's sake anon. It's ridiculous to imagine "it constantly smells like corpses." Have you never been in a forest before or something?


 No.780339

File: 28cb97adf0653ec⋯.jpg (189.79 KB, 1454x965, 1454:965, contentRedirection.jpg)

>>780333

I took photos of corpses too. This is an arctic fox.


 No.780342

File: b49adb3ba8532be⋯.jpg (77.62 KB, 650x383, 650:383, 1504497813897.jpg)

>>780338

>Have you never been in a forest before or something?

No, actually.


 No.780343

>>780338

Maybe anon has an inhumanly good sense of smell?


 No.780346

>>780342

You have never been to a forest? Do you live in the desert or something?


 No.780349

File: c5ee9d07a7a0d07⋯.jpg (64.99 KB, 850x984, 425:492, c5ee9d07a7a0d070b61c69e778….jpg)

>>780339

Nothing says camping like a couple of dead bodies!

>>780342

You really oughta change that one of these days anon.


 No.780350

>>780343

Didn't most of the suiciders lay out cords from the entrance of the forest to wherever they eventually killed themselves?

If you want to find a corpse, all you have to do is follow one of the cords.


 No.780353

>>780191

>they surely can't own the entire woods

I have just around 1100 acres in my name, all of it being bumfuck nowhere woodland filled with old growth.

>>780312

Hand crank my friend. Power forever and ever.


 No.780406

>>779833

>The beach episode

This cannot happen. Its not camping in the woods. Rin is pure and reminds me too much of You so impure thoughts are wrong. But my body is very curious about this


 No.780408

>>780406

>lake camping in summer

>beach camping

One will happen, I bet my bottom dollar on it. Or they'll take an onsen break somewhere. Outdoors, of course.


 No.780410

>>780408

The Outdoors Club goes to an onsen while Rin is off doing solo camping. She decides to go to one too, but it's closed.


 No.780413

File: 91405012877a82c⋯.png (1.03 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>>780408

>Implying there hasn't already been beach camping


 No.780502

>>780334

Thing die in the woods all the time anon nature has a good way of killing the smells. Also they have search parties go out regularly to find bodies. Japanese politeness also demands those about to suicide leave something to help the living find the body.


 No.780507

>>780413

Why am I so attracted to a bundled up girl with a bun and a tent? Is it some ancestry coming back to me?


 No.780508

>>780502

I'm sure there are more remote areas that the search parties will miss or don't bother with, since their priorities will probably be closer to the trails. There are also going to be suicide victims who don't leave clues of their passing and there are plenty of pictures of rather old looking skeletons that people stumble upon.


 No.780511

File: e07c34f8c08b59b⋯.jpg (202.72 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0009.jpg)

File: 5ee73275a80fa04⋯.jpg (1.02 MB, 2560x1600, 8:5, 5ee73275a80fa046199838101e….jpg)


 No.780517

>>777757

>>777714

>>777810

>>777975

I would get a visa to do this

Watch anime, learn to use guns, learn survival tactics, eat ramen all while being off the grid for days at a time.

Sounds like heaven


 No.780518

Even their narrow club room is somehow incredibly comfy.


 No.780524

>>780511

I love how /x/ this anime inherently is.


 No.780526

>>780517

>Get eaten by a skinwalker.


 No.780547

File: 77472010f78fbc4⋯.webm (31.28 KB, 960x540, 16:9, ramen.webm)

>>776793

5000 hours in blender

had to remove the text on the top


 No.780549

>>780526

More likely to get raped by one from here.


 No.780562

File: c6085bff91c1e59⋯.jpg (38.39 KB, 480x640, 3:4, 1471669801464.jpg)

>>780251

>all these cute doggos

I mean, I like cats too. It just seems like dogs are a bit underrepresented in anime.


 No.780667

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>778242

There is this.


 No.780716

File: 05ecc82f9a79a0c⋯.png (95.72 KB, 520x434, 260:217, Game over, man.png)


 No.780739


 No.780740

File: 0a8e998171ddaed⋯.jpg (19.13 KB, 349x387, 349:387, happy sakurako eating curr….jpg)

>>780191

>>780209

Im loving every second of this.


 No.780897

File: f98880bda965d4c⋯.gif (79.91 KB, 700x355, 140:71, 2011-01-13-Strip_96_Surviv….gif)

>>777881

>quite a few weebs have some sort of military/outdoors experience.

Based on my own experiences, I don't think experience with military bivouacking and fieldcraft necessarily translate well into civilian camping


 No.781146

File: 1509a282dba68d3⋯.gif (2.6 MB, 540x432, 5:4, abest 2.gif)

>>780297

I can't speak for Nippon. Maybe it is the case that the island is too crowded for there to be actual wildlands that are remote. Although from what people said in this thread, I suspect this is all part and parcel with that "convenient to Tokyo" thing. There's probably plenty of places in Japan with real wilderness if you go to rural areas.

Speaking from personal experience living in the US (WA state), if you want to get solitude what you're interested in are wilderness areas, which have a technical definition and are very different from the drive & park camping grounds you're probably thinking of.

The first tier is wilderness areas where you park, and maybe hike in 10 miles to the camp sites. These aren't prepared/formal camp sites like you get in a park, but more just areas of open space/cleared dirt that have been camped on before.

Past that you've got stuff like... well, the rest of the wilderness area. Its generally frowned upon to camp wherever you want in wilderness areas when you're on the main trail, but once you hike over a ridge and you're 50 miles into wilderness no one has been in for months, years, or fucking ever, no one's going to be there to tut-tut at you for doing whatever the fuck you want. 99% of wilderness areas are untouched.

I suspect the US (and Canada) might be fairly unique in this regard (having huge areas of designated wilderness), but I'm confident that every country has at least one wilderness area you can go to that is remote enough to get you some real solitude if that's your thing.


 No.781150

>>781146

I'd imagine there are places in Europe that are similar but NA has the advantage of having a large amount of wilderness available to you to camp depending on your location as long as you are knowledgeable.


 No.781152

>>781146

>Nippon.

How likely is it to find an uninhabited pacific island? Japan had plenty of small island possessions before the war, the US might have them now though, but if you can get to one of those islands that would be as good as it can get. Also what about remote parts of Hokkaido? Surely there must be empty space there.


 No.781153

>>780297

It can be remote and solitary.

The best campsites are ones where you canoe along lakes with unpronounceable First Nations names, and set up camp on a tiny lump of shield rock with a handful of trees and just enough soil to stick the tent pegs.


 No.781155

File: dde5efdd869df12⋯.png (2.6 MB, 1600x964, 400:241, veggie MRE protein bar.png)

>>777881

>quite a few weebs have some sort of military/outdoors experience.

Air Force here.


 No.781158

>>781155

I think there are some anons who are a part of the navy and army as well.


 No.781277

>>776793

Meh. This isn't camping. This is play-pretend camping. Are just really that afraid of actual wilderness? Also, the camp fire method they teach is bad, especially in windy or rainy weather. My autism couldn't even let me finish the first episode.


 No.781278

>>781277

japs* really that afraid


 No.781279

>>776872

> innawoods

They literally have toilets at walking distance from the campsite.


 No.781281

>>781277

>anime is called "Yuru Camp"

>it's about high school girls camping

<This is play-pretend camping

Really, what did you expect? A high schooler girl camping overnight at semi-deserted campsites is already way more extreme than what the average parent would allow.


 No.781282

>>780265

This guy gets it.

Also,

>needing to sign up in a camping register

>paying a fee


 No.781284

>>781281

From the portrayal of it it doesn't seem to have anyhing to do with the girls being high-schoolers.

This is how Nips pretend to go camping. They're recreating town life with tents.


 No.781287

>>781284

>This is how Nips pretend to go camping.

After reading through some of the other posts in the thread it seems I was wrong. This isn't how Nips pretend to camp. This is also how over-socialised western European and American pussies pretend to camp as well.

No wonder I can't relate to this at all.


 No.781288

>>781277

True, what are they doing, not showing survival innawoods in the vast uncharted hinterlands of the greater Tokyo area where not a soul has passed through in decades.

Do you honestly think there's any wilderness within biking distance of where most nips live?


 No.781289

>>781284

I think managed campsites are the same everywhere, aside from having less money to build facilities. Most people who go camping tend to go to popular locations like these. For that I agree there isn't much point in doing it, might as well just do day trips or stay at a motel. Though at popular locations, motels again might be even more expensive.


 No.781290

>>781288

>Do you honestly think there's any wilderness within biking distance of where most nips live?

Probably not but this doesn't make the whole thing any less jarring for me personally. Kinda sucks because I would've loved to see a CGDCT show with camping (or what we understand to be camping around here).

>>781289

Not where I'm from.


 No.781297

>>781287

It's a shame we can't all be as hardcore, badass and totally edgy like you are, anon. You probably fight bares with your bear hands and eat their hearts while they're still beating.


 No.781307


 No.781329

>>781297

What does edgy even mean any more?


 No.781350

>>781329

Making like 10 posts about how much it bothers you that the pussy first world countries have the masses going to managed campsites instead of camping in the depths of the wilderness, only eating food you hunted down with your bare hands and only shitting outdoors, like you do, is pretty edgy.


 No.781354

>>781350

You still didn't explain what exactly you mean by "edgy".


 No.781359

>>781354

I thought it would transmit the essence, but to boil it down further,

>those guys are pussies and I'm very cool guy because I do badass dangerous things

You can also google it and you'll get something like

>provocative, dark, trying too hard to be cool


 No.781376

>>781359

But I am suggesting nothing of the sort ("badassery"). The worst you can typically suffer while camping is bad weather. It looks like I touched a nerve though.


 No.781581

>>781350

Gatekeeping is a better way to decribe it


 No.781621

>>781153

>The best campsites are ones where you canoe along lakes with unpronounceable First Nations names

>First Nations

Leaf detected.


 No.781855

>>781376

Different anon here. All your posts come across as excessively confrontational and egotistical. It's fine to not like the show, but it seems like you're trying to win an internet tough-guy contest with a group of anime girls.

Hopefully there'll be a more realistic wilderness survival anime made at some point for you to enjoy.


 No.782009

>>781855

If it wasn't painstakingly clear from the first episode, this series is meant to be a light hearted, comfy series about enjoying the great outdoors with friends. It's not even attempting to sell itself as some kind of hardcore camping otaku anime, anyways.


 No.782030

>>780406

>he hasn't camped on the beach

It's pretty comfy, as long as you don't get any crabs in your tent.


 No.782338

>that first half of episode 2.

I swear to all the fucking mountains of my country if this show dares give me a full episode in high school, it's going to get dropped harder than a Savage elbow drop.

Other than that, great shit. First episode was great with the vistas and that shot of moonlit Fuji. More like this Japan and you might save slices of life yet.


 No.782341

>>780286

>not going into the forest at fucking night with nothing but a flash light

/a/non, just stick to the trails and you're fine. Logan Paul specifically went off trail because he was looking to find something.

And if you're feeling adventurous, go at night. Less chances of encountering people, even suicide inclined ones.


 No.782342

>>781282

Paying a fee is always obligatory for camping, so's registering. Unless you literally go inawoods and go into non sanctioned camp groups. But if you do that, you risk getting caught and there's fines for that.


 No.782345

>>781287

No, if it was over-socialized Europeans, it'd include beer, weed, one of those tents that props itself up without needing to be assembled, nothing but canned food because they can't even handle the responsibility of carrying a portable stove, and finally they'd do nothing but hang out at the nearby rave party instead of actually camping.

I assume you're an American from a more rural area. Keep in mind Japan and Europe have wilderness that's very looked after/regulated. Case in point, second episode Rin had to pay all that money. It's very tourist oriented. And there's fines for camping off designated areas. It's the same as my country.

And as far as the camp fire method, it depends. I honestly don't get how she didn't set up a safety perimeter in the first episode. That's a forest fire waiting to happen. First a spark lights the tent, then the tent lights the forest. And poor Rin probably dies. Also that's the same method we use here. Although we don't bury the kindling, we just light the pine cones and light a small part of the fire and then feed it until everything catches.


 No.782350

File: 97d76159978b81f⋯.png (722.83 KB, 1128x1600, 141:200, img000016.png)

>>782345

>one of those tents that props itself up without needing to be assembled

You mean one of these?


 No.782352

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>782350

No, it's these circular tents that don't need any sort of assembling. You just throw them out and they prop up like one of those pop up books.

It's the faggiest fucking thing only normalfag millennials use because they can't be arsed to learn basic shit like assembling a tent. Truly the shittiest thing.


 No.782354

>>782352

>millennials

Reminder that the first millennials will be turning 36 this year.

Time sure flies.


 No.782355

>>782352

I understand its appeal to millenials, but what makes it shitty? Is it a bad tent otherwise?

Why is this worse than my 2 person dome tent? It looks harder to fit in a backpack I guess.


 No.782356

>>782355

That's one reason. Most are also a fucking hell to close back up. And they're just the easy way out. It's like streaming vs torrenting really.


 No.782357

File: 466e0917e3c8a86⋯.png (59.84 KB, 224x308, 8:11, img000009.png)

>>779806

>Rin has the most fuckable bun I've ever seen.

The bun has many uses.


 No.782472

>>782356

I could understand if your complaint was that there was some kind of structural flaw or common problem with their designs (lack of space, poor insulation, prone to breaking and becoming un-repairable) but being too easy?.. Come on man. You may as well be complaining that they bring propane stoves instead of rubbing two sticks together.


 No.782475

>>782357

I am deeply in love.


 No.782486

>>782472

It might be autism but I associate the type of tents with the worst type of normalfag. It can't be helped I guess.


 No.782488

>>782356

>using a tent at all

>not building your own shelter out of grass and branches chopped with a sharpened stone

What are you, a fucking pussy?


 No.782492

>>782488

>using a shelter

>not just sleeping under a tree or a cave

Weak punk ass.


 No.782494

File: 44372f322f2ed18⋯.jpg (260.23 KB, 800x600, 4:3, Spruce.jpg)

>>782492

>sleeping under a tree

This tree right here is god tier for sleeping under, or on the branches.


 No.782509

>>782472

Well it depends who you identify with. That sets the window of what's acceptible for an activity and limits taking "that's too easy" all the way to camping naked with no possessions. But there'll be some center where people give you a look for not trying hard enough. But forgetting all that, it's probably that faggots tend to use those tents. >>782486


 No.782546

>>782342

Fuck the police.


 No.782567

File: 8504c967fe9257f⋯.jpg (134.57 KB, 1920x1200, 8:5, image.jpg)

>>782546

Comin' straight from the underground!


 No.782573

>>782492

>just sleeping under a tree or a cave

>not killing and gutting a bear with your bare hands before sleeping inside the carcass

Pathetic.


 No.782576

>>782573

>just a bear

>not a female grizzly bear with cubs, also killing the cubs for slippers and a hat

Wow onii-chan, you're a huge fag!


 No.782582

>>782576

>not killing the mother bear and raising the cubs as your own, to have private bear bodyguards who go innawoods with you and bring you delicious salmon to eat

What are you even DOING outside?


 No.782586

>>782582

>not raising monster girl bear lolis

I don't know nigger, what are you?

I think we've reached the point where it needs to stop


 No.782595

File: 77a876b37e6b7df⋯.png (60.01 KB, 736x694, 368:347, beargirl.png)

File: b53ec1ca21a4ea0⋯.jpg (56.31 KB, 450x600, 3:4, beargirl1.jpg)

File: 11f57a957c1c8f6⋯.jpg (260.89 KB, 800x739, 800:739, beargirl2.jpg)

>>782586

>Not posting pics of your bear lolis

Fag.


 No.782756

File: 681d85f342c42e7⋯.jpg (58.38 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 03….jpg)

File: fbbb69684d2e408⋯.jpg (49.95 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 03….jpg)

File: 6036f4468fb2cc1⋯.jpg (53.21 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Ohys-Raws] Yuru Camp - 03….jpg)

After three episodes, there is no longer any doubt that this show is my seasonal favorite.


 No.782781

File: e7d65ccdf6fd98f⋯.png (265.02 KB, 496x511, 496:511, check.png)

This Nadeshiko is for checking gets only.


 No.782783

File: 0dc4ecb71f4181c⋯.jpg (83.29 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0001.jpg)

>You will never be this comfy


 No.782785

>>782756

Are they finally sharing a tent? Nice.


 No.782790

>>782783

>state parks don't open for camping until March 15 here

Too bad


 No.782794

File: 2ace3876bb14cb8⋯.png (1.52 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Yuru Camp -….png)

>>782756

It's certainly unrivalled in terms of comfy. Each episode leaves me with a feeling of smug contentedness.


 No.782817

File: 661fd9819dee8ae⋯.jpg (289.65 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Buddha.jpg)

>>782783

This is the face of someone reaching comfy enlightenment.


 No.782819

File: 00819180ec91b67⋯.jpg (154.79 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0068.jpg)

File: 8b5ee3cc3851912⋯.jpg (133.33 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0069.jpg)

File: ebbf9bf6819f787⋯.jpg (183.04 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0070.jpg)

Even the soundtrack to this show is comfy as fuck, holy hell.

The two of them made that hotpot look so good I almost cried.

>you will never feel pokka pokka to by the fire


 No.782844

File: 72e86f1e7ee6376⋯.jpg (70.88 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-18_19_102….jpg)

File: a02bc96ac92c016⋯.jpg (66.87 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-18_19_406….jpg)

File: 3595ee19cea87f6⋯.jpg (74.61 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-18_19_498….jpg)

File: ec767b9de06653e⋯.jpg (85.09 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-18_19_824….jpg)

File: 735a1f02f37ce42⋯.jpg (176.11 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpc-hc64_2018-01-18_19_878….jpg)

Being this comfy is probably illegal


 No.782881

Just started watching this. You guys weren't exaggerating when you said it was comfy. I really love the music too, and both the main characters are really cute together.

>>781146

It just comes down to population density. I don't know that much about Japan either, but in the UK there's basically no actual wilderness south of Scotland. The closest thing you can get to patches of real wilderness are managed nature reserves crisscrossed with paths and even dirt roads. Everything else is farmland and cities.

I suppose Japan must be a bit more wild since they still have a natural population of bears in some places, but I can understand them not wanting to encourage camping in those areas. With a population as high as theirs, unrestricted camping could be quite damaging to whatever wilderness areas remain.


 No.782921

>>782819

>>782783

This anime is doing a good job at reminding me of things I'll never feel. I wanted to taste the hot pot they had, it was probably delicious.


 No.782923

>>782881

I think it's mostly the mountains in Japan that are still wildness, as well as a lot of hokkaido. >>782817

I think Nadeshiko ranked up for me this episode.


 No.782948

>>782921

Well the good thing is that a hot pot like that is relatively easy to make yourself, provided you have an asian mart to go to for supplies where you live.

It looks easier than making ramen judging by some videos on youtube.


 No.782961

>>780191

Nord here with an opposite reaction. Why is everything so fucking cheap in Japan/Anime?


 No.782963

>>782923

Hokkaido is pretty much total wilderness around the center. There was a thread an /a/non made about visiting Japan few months back, and I mentioned I'd love to just get "lost" in those mountains for a week. It's one of the most beautiful ecosystems we've got on the planet.


 No.782970

File: 555ade69cb1ba49⋯.png (199.45 KB, 602x435, 602:435, subs.png)

>TLC, Timing and QC left

Hurry up you faggots!

Asenshi best subgroup at the moment


 No.782984

>>782817

>This is the face of someone reaching comfy enlightenment.

Wrong! This happy camper is deceased.


 No.783038

>>782970

>[Asenshi] Yuru Camp - 03 [13CE2CF1].mkv

It's time for cute girls and outdoors.


 No.783039

File: 8377bc4230a610e⋯.png (261.79 KB, 779x561, 779:561, happy_camper_deceased.png)

>>782984

Por vou.


 No.783040

>>782970

How different is it from the basic subs I get from Erai/HS for this series? I don't recall anything particularly egregious, at least not that I noticed without knowing Japanese.


 No.783043

>>783040

Asenshis' encoding at least is far better. As for translation, you occasionally find a few HS fuckeries and with Asenshi I never had a problem.


 No.783053

Also this might be normalfag as fuck, but

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGDyAb6pePo

The opening bridge of the opening is straight up lifted from this song.


 No.783060

File: 73bd5c7a6bdb84f⋯.png (2.26 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0032.png)

File: 07955bdfd0bc345⋯.png (1.03 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0033.png)

>>776793

<pic 1

>tmw you "accidentally" show the job interviewer your pantsu and subsequently get hired

<pic 2

>ywn have a cute 2d girl sneak into where you are sleeping so she can sleep beside you

Why even live?


 No.783062

>>783060

I have no idea what ywn means, why can't you just type normally /a/non ;_;

It's like trying to decipher the last post of someone suffering a stroke.


 No.783065

File: f960edcc8c49c63⋯.webm (13.86 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, shiningdays.webm)

>>783053

Yeah, it's pretty similar and I noticed that when I first heard it. The piano part over it makes it sound more unique, but the guitar or other string instrument part is exactly the same for the opening.


 No.783070

File: 65cfc773ebc91a7⋯.png (659.85 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [Asenshi] Yuru Camp - 03 [….png)

The hot pot scene reminds me of Koufuku Graffiti in that, eating with others makes the food taste better which I know for a fact that's bullshit but I believe it.


 No.783155

>>783102

But lifelike texture ;_;

Lurk a bit more newfriend


 No.783202

File: 5fcc2c0a60d3b2b⋯.png (1.02 MB, 1000x1350, 20:27, fujiko.png)

HOTTU POTTU CAMPINGU


 No.783206

>>783202

HOTTO POTTO CAMPINGU

You forgot to add "the", it's should be the FUJIKO of Comfy Camping The message should've also been POKKA POKKA TO Redoing is not allowed


 No.783207

>>783202

HOTTU POTTU CAMPINGU


 No.783240

ほかほか!

HOTTO POTTO CAMPINGU

ほかほか!

If anyone's interested in Nip onomatopoeia, here's a list: https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/japanese-onomatopoeia/


 No.783292

I am legitimately shopping for camping shit and researching campgrounds near my current location.

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 No.783303

File: 1c1858d70178aae⋯.jpg (597.61 KB, 1333x1000, 1333:1000, 1c1858d70178aae4b65bebfa1c….jpg)

>>783202

>"tu"

>in Nip

Well, you gave it your best shot.

>>783240

>ぽかぽか

>Feeling comfortable warmth

It's beautiful!


 No.783360

File: b121071406d9a27⋯.png (1.11 MB, 1165x1023, 1165:1023, hottu pottu campingu.png)

>>783292

I hope you have fun anon.

Honestly, i would get bored really fast,unless i could bring many friends, or had plenty manga that i didn't read yet.


 No.783371

>>783292

Don't learn the hard way not to put the tent upwind of the fire anon.


 No.783381

>>783371

What's the reasoning behind that?


 No.783383

>>783381

The sparks and ash will hit your tent and melt tiny little holes in it. You won't discover the extent of the damage until it rains on you.


 No.783384

>>783383

Oh, then you said it the wrong way round. You want your tent upwind of your fire, because wind blows from upwind towards downwind.


 No.783387

>>783384

Woops.

Any anons in the Florida panhandle want to go camping?




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