I got some Taipei Gyoza that I recently discovered at my local grocery store. Very easy and affordable if you want gyoza at home and don't want to be bothered with making them yourself.

I also had some bean sprouts around that I got for making yakisoba but since I didn't have any noodles I decided to try this recipe:

It was easy and a tasty way to have the bean sprouts with my gyoza.


Hello Francesco

Thanks for stopping by. As for your question I'm sure it's nothing against the games in particular. I'd say these kinds of VN's tend to be overlooked by fan translators due to the fact that they require a lot of Japanese to play, and the fan base for games of this style is relatively small. I consider myself something of a fan, and even I haven't really looked at the Super Famicom for potential interesting visual novels to translate. I'll keep your suggestions in mind in the future though! They look like some interesting games.

Good afternoon! I'm Francesco

Good afternoon! I'm Francesco from Italia, excuse for my awful english. I have a question:
why no-one never tried to translate Snes' visual novel as Gakkou de Atta Kowai Hanashi, Jissen Kyotei, Kamaitachi no Yoru, Otogirisou, Tsukikomori, Yakouchuu, Zakuro no Aji etc? It is too hard?

God bless you!

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