I'm a Phd student at Kyushu University. I work on contemporary Japanese religions and popular culture. My research topic is anime pilgrimages and I've done ethnographic fieldwork at a few pilgrimage sites. I'm mostly interested in anything Japan-related but also religion, folklore, ethnography, and popular media.
Raditya Nuradi is a Phd student at Kyushu University. He works on religion and popular culture, particularly anime pilgrimages. He’s done fieldwork at Hitoyoshi city, Kumamoto prefecture.