We at KARASU are annoyingly pleased to unveil our first original comic: カラスのクラス!
(That’s “KARASU NO KURASU” in case you don’t read kana.)
What does KARASU NO KURASU mean, you ask? Fear not, non-Japanese speaker! For our purposes, let’s just say it means “crow’s class” and leave it at that.
Wait—crow’s designated place of learning? Crow’s social stratum? Crow’s elegant and dignified bearing? Ambiguous, you say? Well, we’re not clarifying, so learn to cope.
Consider it our own little platform for cultural lessons, observations, commentary, and whatever other freewheeling purposes we care to assign. All featuring anthropomorphic crows. Because what else would anthropomorphic crows be doing if not educating human readers, anyway?
Tune in regularly to see what French artist Isao Moutte whips up next in KARASU NO KURASU… your ticket to knowing Japan inside-out!
Or at least, the Japan that’s solely inhabited by anthropomorphic crows.