What is the meaning of otadesho? otadesho consists of two words: ota and desho. Ota is the short version of otaku (explanation on the next paragraph), and desho is something like “isn’t?” or “right?”. so the meaning of ota desho is, “otaku isn’t?” which then you can reply “ota desu” (similar with “yes, I’m otaku”, desu is word of confirmation).
Otaku is a loan word from Japanese which refer specifically to a fan of japanese anime and manga.
For more explanation about otaku, refer to my post “Otakuology lesson by Shoko-tan”
This blog was made to express my otaku life. You won’t read anime review in this site (yet), but mostly you will find my personal thoughts regarding otaku related thingies (figurine, game, etc), anime merchandise that I purchase, or Otaku lifestyle (such as eating ramen!) related post.
The Writer – ron~
I also have another nickname for forums (and also PSN ID), which is ronaldhw.
I live in Melbourne, Australia. I’m at my mid twenties and has a full time job as an IT professional. In my spare time, I play games (PC/PS2/PS3), and watch anime. I’ve been watching anime for more than 6 years, and reading manga for more than 10 years 🙂 so this kind of culture is my lifestyle.
My camera that I use to take picture:
- Kodak EasyShare V530 (post older than August 2007)
- Nikon D40 (post newer than August 2007)
My Nikon D40 accessories:
- Nikor 18-55 Lens
- Sigma 150mm HSM Macro Lens
- Nikkon Speedlight SB-600 Flash
If you have question or suggestion, please send email to ron at otadesho dot com