Because the pandemic drags on, more in Japan find solace in ‘oshikatsu’ devotion

Oshikatsu,” a Japanese word meaning the act of enthusiastically supporting someone like an idol singer or actor that one feels particular devotion to, is increasingly taking hold in Japan.

Such activities — long monopolized by otaku, or individuals with an obsessive interest in Japanese popular culture comparable to anime and manga — have now change into a component of on a regular basis life for many individuals, with such fans increasingly interacting via Instagram and Twitter.

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