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Screening on Saturday 13th November 2021

Screening on the evening of November 13th 2021

JAFWA bids you a warm welcome to November. Have you booked interest in JAFWA’s end of year Dinner yet? Time is passing quickly, and we will need to know how many to book for.

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Covid-19 Safety Precautions

We continue taking precautions to limit the possible future waves of CoVid-19, and we ask that you co-operate and even help where possible with our efforts to keep you safe – some social distancing, extra cleaning with antiseptic, library under limited access, etc. Also, we must ask that anyone unfortunate enough to be infected to not attend JAFWA until they are contagion free.
– Help is always welcome during set-up and pack-up due to the extra duties imposed by COVID-19 precautions.
– Please arrive early to confirm personal details due to COVID 19 regulations. There will be Contract Tracing, either by the SafeWA app on your keitai (mobile phones), or by signing in at the contact tracing sheet near the entry.

Below is the tentative program for the evening of Saturday November 13th, 2021.

All items in the original Japanese language with English subtitles. With assistance from a grant from and

5:15pm Fruits Basket season 3 Ep 7/13
5:40pm Shadows House Ep 6/13
6:05pm Odd Taxi Ep 10/13
6:30pm dinner break
7:15pm door prize drawing, and announcements
7:30pm I’m a Spider, So What Ep 20/24
7:55pm Revolutionary Girl Utena Ep 35/39 (retro)
8:20pm Fire Force s2 Ep 20/24
8:45pm Fire Force s2 Ep 21/24
9:10pm Late Break
9:20pm Vivy – Fluorite Eyes Ep 6/13 (v)
9:45pm Wonder Egg Priority Ep 9/12 (v)
10:10pm Talentless Nana Ep 4/13 (v)

Doors Open before Screening:~5:00 PM

Program Finishes:~10:45 PM

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Dates of Interest

Barring a resurgence of COVID-19 pestilence, these fannish events of interest are scheduled to happen:

  • November 4th to 7th 2021 — Japanese Film Festival in Perth. Keep checking the JFF web-site for more details.

  • November 20th 2021 — JAFWA’s next Event Afternoon, where we have the Hall from 1PM for “make your own fun”. Perhaps work of cosplay for Kaicon the week after?
  • November 27th to 28th 2021 — Kaiga Anime Festival Kaicon at Claremont Showgrounds.
  • Sunday November 28th 2021 8AM-12 — Collectors Zone Toy & Hobby fair at ECU Sportd and Fitness Centre, Joondalup
  • Saturday December 4th 2021 — JAFWA doing a fundraising Bunnings sausage sizzle in Cannington. Looking for a couple of volunteers to help out.
  • Saturday December 11th 2021 — Final JAFWA screening of 2021.
  • Saturday December 18th 2021 — Dinner for JAFWA attendees.


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Fruits Basket – final season

After a family tragedy turns her life upside down, plucky high schooler Tohru Honda takes matters into her own hands and moves out into a tent. Unfortunately for her, she pitches her new home on private land belonging to the mysterious Sohma clan, and it isn’t long before the owners discover her secret. But, as Tohru quickly finds out when the family offers to take her in, the Sohmas have a secret of their own–when stressed or grasped by the opposite sex, they turn into the animals of the Chinese Zodiac.

This evening’s Episode:That’s Right, It’s Empty ” season 3

Kyo (the Cat) discovers that the woman he befriended during his childhood was Tohru’s mother Kyoko and gets desperate about how Tohru will react upon knowing that he could have prevented her death. Meanwhile, Akito has a violent confrontation with her mother that brings turmoil upon the main house.

Shadows House (Shad? Hausu)

In a grandiose and dark mansion, the denizens of the Shadow House live, attended by their Living Doll partners who endlessly clean the soot their masters emit. Emilico, a young and cheerful Living Doll, is delighted to start serving her mistress Kate. As the two grow closer and are slowly exposed to various events within the House, they start to discover a number of dark secrets.

Tonight’s Episode:The Garden Labyrinth

The debut continues, with the Living Dolls separated from their Shadows, and they succumb to all sorts of speculations. Eventually they make their way out into the garden labytinth, where Edward sets them them a difficult task, to find their shadow masters before time runs out.

Odd Taxi

Set in a world of anthropomorphic animals, it follows the story of Odokawa, a 41-year old Walrus taxi driver shown to have no relatives and does not have much to do with others. But he usually has conversations with other animal inhabitants that ride in his taxi on their way home. With Odokawa having those conversations with several people, they may give him some leads to a high school girl who has disappeared several days ago.

This evening’s Episode:We Have No Tomorrow

Satoshi demands Shibagaki team up with him after Homosapiens loses the comedy competition, but Shibagaki refuses. Imai posts a fake lottery ticket on his social media to throw off the Yakuza, but Yano quickly sees through the ruse and continues his plan to rob him. Sekiguchi uses context of Imai’s older posts and online listings to pinpoint his current home. Meanwhile, Yamamoto tries to bargain with Odokawa again for his dashcam data. Things are starting to become complicated.

I’m a Spider, So What? (Kuma desu ga, nanika)

After a Japanese classroom was destroyed by a mysterious explosion all the students reincarnated as humans on a fantasy world except for a female student who had the lowest reputation on the classroom, she was reincarnated as a spider monster. Being the weakest monster on the dungeon she need to survive using all her human intellect and courage.

Tonight’s Episode:This Isn’t My Fault, Is It?

The administrator who appeared in the labyrinth appears again and introduces himself as Guliedistodiez, a.k.a Gulie, and requests she stops attacking Ariel. Nameless realizes one of her parallel minds must be inside Ariel’s brain where she cannot contact her. Gulie also asks her to stop interfering with humans. An envoy from Ohts Kingdom declares Nameless Ohts property, and using the envoy’s death as an excuse, Ohts declares war

retro – Shoujo Kakumei Utena (Revolutionary Girl Utena)

Utena Tenjou, a teenage girl who expresses her desire to be a prince through her strong-willed personality and tomboyish manner of dress. She finds herself drawn into a series of sword duels at Ohtori Academy, to win the hand of Anthy Himemiya, a mysterious girl known as the “Rose Bride” who possesses the “power to revolutionize the world”.

Tonight’s Episode:The Love That Blossomed in Wintertime

Akio’s courtship of Utena was successful while Touga’s was not, yet only Touga knows just how dangerous Akio truly is. Even as Touga helps Akio woo Utena, the Student Council’s most infamous playboy realizes that he has fallen in love with the one person he cannot have.

Fire Force (En’en no Sh?b?tai, literally “Blazing Firefighting Corps”) – season 2

In the year 198 of the Age of the Sun, Tokyo is a crowded cosmopolis. But the world’s most populous city is threatened by devils that cause people to burst into flame at random. The only ones who can stop it are the Pyrofighters, a team of specialized firefighters. The young Shinra, blessed with the ability to ignite his feet and travel at the speed of a rocket, wants nothing more than to be a hero, and knows that this is the place for him. But he’s not the best at following orders.

Tonight’s Episodes:Weapon of Destruction ” and “Enemy Contact

At 8am, the Company 2 Fire Force units enter the Nether simultaneously, with Shinra, Arthur, Hinawa with Takigi Oze, Tamaki, and Victor accompanying different squads. Unfortunately they encounter hostile Knights of the Purple Haze. Can the gentle Juggernaut finds his strength as a weapon of destruction before he and Tamaki are sliced to shreds. Elsewhere, Shinra is attacked by the genetically transformed Dr. Giovanni who reveals that the White Clad lab they found was a trap laid to lure the Fire Force into the Nether so they could be defeated.

Vivy – Fluorite Eyes Song

A songstress AI named Vivy is given the mission of making people happy with her songs, and works to one day take the main stage of the amusement park where she works. However, she encounters another AI named Matsumoto who claims to have been sent from 100 years in the future in order to prevent a destructive war between humans and AIs, starting Vivy’s 100-year journey to save the world.

This evening’s Episode:Sing My Pleasure – To Make You Smile

Realizing that his virus failed, Tatsuya decides to head to Metal Float himself. Vivy is able to rescue Yugo and the other surviving Toak invaders and convinces him to retreat from Metal Float. Learning that Tatsuya is on the island, Vivy and Matsumoto confront him and he reveals his motives.

Wonder Egg Priority

Avoiding school, Ai scores a “Wonder Egg” from a gachapon machine at a deserted arcade. But now when Ai falls asleep a girl emerges from her Wonder Egg, the worlds of dreams and reality begin to collide. And it’s all connected.

Tonight’s Episode:A Story No One Knows

Neiru invites Ai and the others over to her home. During their visit, she shows them a life support chamber where her friend and fellow Plati scientist, Kotobuki Awano, rests in a coma after a fatal attempt at leaping into parallel worlds. Having met Kotobuki in her dream and rescuing her from her Wonder Killer, Neiru becomes conflicted on whether to take her off life support.

Talentless Nana (Mun? na Nana)

An academy on an island in unnavigable waters. There, students trained tirelessly to fight back against the enemies of humanity. Nana, a student newly transferred there, also sets out with the intention of eradicating all enemies of humankind.

This evening’s Episode:Healing

In the classroom, Ky?ya discusses what happened to him in the janitor’s shed. Meanwhile, Kirara Habu and Kaori Takanashi announce to the class that Michiru Inukai has received a love letter. Michiru then notices a scrape on Nana’s leg and she uses her talent to heal her. Nana has a new target, now if only she can dispel Ky?ya’s suspicions.

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