In the world of language, at present few people know what is Waifu? Only a few fans of the anime or manga know this term. Waifu is a term that’s used in the Manga and Anime world. We can understand waifu is a term used to refer to a girl that you have special feelings but that girl is completely not fact in real life.
She’s just a fictional character in comic books, cartoons, video games. They often call that to as “2D wife”, this term comes from the story of Azumanga Daioh. Waifu is the Japanese word for Wife in English, it means wife. When used for the male version we have another term that is Husbando.In English means Husband means Husband.
You like a female character in anime or manga to an extent that can not stop the flow of emotions, can not stop thinking about that heroine, especially every time looking at the image of that girl you will can not control his own feelings. When it comes to this level, you are showing signs of “romance”. This situation is not only in Japan but in China as well, they even live dead with a girl is not true.
For many people, Waifu only stopped at the level of admiration or only the most beloved. However, there are some people who have real feelings, feelings grow increasingly deep and eventually want to get married with his waifu. Sure to hear this you will find ridiculous and weird right? But that is absolutely true and is still happening in reality.
Waifu is often described such as shy, self-deprecated, weak … This is the first one of reasons many fanboys choose female characters with similar characters in comics Manga, or in animated cartoons Anime as waifu. When they are in front of such people like waifu, they will feel able to love and protect their waifus.
Manga and Anime is an industry of comic that brings in billions of dollars every year in Japan. Those are the important part of contemporary Japanese culture. Manga and Anime have brought the image of Japan around the world through characters such as Songoku, Doraemon, Pokemon and more recently that’s Luffy and Naruto.
Every week in Japan, there are dozens of comic magazines published, including Shounen Jump or Magazine Special. The Anime is screened on all channels with higher rating than regular TV series. Some of Studio Ghibli’s films also earned over $ 100 million in cinemas and many prestigious awards.
One of the highlights of the Manga and Anime is that it brings a wealth of knowledge and diversity. The content of them rated even more important than the image. So artists have to read a lot of material to be able to build rational and compelling stories.
Each Manga is often associated with a specific subject or occupation. So readers can gain more expertise from it in a more understandable and dynamic way more than passive lectures at school.
For example of the comic books like Conan or Kindaichi. They provide a wealth of scientific and criminal knowledge. Adachi Mitsuru’s dramas describe the details of sports such as baseball, boxing or swimming. It provides a lot of useful medical information. Comics can not replace textbooks, but it does help to get more specialized knowledge. It makes people more to be interested in learning.
The Japanese also use Manga and Anime to help young people have more love with Japanese history and their culture. “Rurouni Kenshin”, “Kaze Hikaru”, … help Japanese youth pay more attention to their important historical events of this country through the lively and fascinating story.
There are a lot of comic books and cartoons that bring deep messages through close, natural expressions. They are not dogmatic or rigid as ordinary moral teachings.