keepsakes. shares moments from the Philippines’ anime culture.
We have photos, videos and posts about the Philippines’ anime culture—a collection of digital mementos dating back as far as 2010. Understand our fan culture through these pieces of content.
Scroll down through some of the images Jay has captured, or check out my Facebook page for more photos.
📝 Latest Posts
📖 Posts on VTuber NewsDrop
- Debut relays and separate collab streams for REALITY Studios' new Japanese and English-speaking talents set
- [UPDATE 1] Riro Ron's YouTube channel will cease to exist in January 2024. Project STAR existed for 9 months and 12 days.
- The Philippines was among the first to host such screenings on time, followed by Singapore and Thailand.
- Esports and Gaming Summit (ESGS) celebrates its 10th anniversary edition at the World Trade Center Metro Manila on the weekend of November 3 to 5, 2023. VTuber NewsDrop will be on the scene to cover the biggest tech show in the Philippines, featuring select activities about VTubers and related fields.
- Operating company Studio LaRa integrates management with major VTuber player; affirms no change in creative freedoms
- Cast and staff also revealed in major historical announcement for a NIJISANJI talent.
About Jay Agonoy
Jay currently writes for VTuber NewsDrop, a news website sharing updates on Technology, Industry and Community of Virtual YouTuber culture.
He has written content Rappler, The Reimaru Files and Anime Corner, as well as moderated select panel discussions on the local anime and cosplay community. Jay has covered events in the Philippine Otaku community since 2010, and continues to understand the ever-changing pulse of the Philippines’ anime culture.