Demon King Daimao Episode 1.
The Demon King is Born!
Aku maō tanjō!
Demon King Daimao Episode 2.
The Odd Observer
Demon King Daimao Episode 3.
The Upperclassman Who`s a Bit Scary
Wa kowai bitto desu senpai
Demon King Daimao Episode 4.
Does Having So Many Faces Make You Great?
Aisorēshonseru wa tanoshii desu ka?
Demon King Daimao Episode 5.
Beware The Underground Labyrinth
Demon King Daimao Episode 6.
Demon King Daimao Episode 7.
Demon King Daimao Episode 8.
Demon King Daimao Episode 9.
Demon King Daimao Episode 10.
Demon King Daimao Episode 11.
Demon King Daimao Episode 12.
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2010 to Jun 25, 2010
Producers: Marvelous Entertainment, Artland
Genres: Comedy, Ecchi, Fantasy, Magic, Romance, School, Shounen
The story of "love, magic, and battles" revolves around Akuto Sai, a boy who aims to become part of his country's highest order of magicians and contribute to society. On the day he is admitted into the Constant Magical Academy, his aptitude test predicts the following: "Future Occupation … Devil King." Thus begins his difficult school life in which he is resented by his studious female class head, desired by a girl with mysterious powers, and guarded by a beautiful female android.
"REALOVE:REALIFE" by Sphere
"Everyday sunshine line!" by Natsuko Aso
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou - 08
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou - 09
Rainy Season Japan 2010
early June - mid July
Rainy Season (Tsuyu)
In early summer, most parts of Japan get visited by a rainy season, the so called tsuyu (or baiyu), literally meaning "plum rain", because it coincides with the season of plums ripening.
The rainy season is caused by the collision of cold northerly and warm southerly air masses, which results in a relatively stable bad weather front over the Japanese archipelago for several weeks.
In most of Japan, the rainy season lasts from the beginning of June to mid July, while it affects the islands of Okinawa about one month earlier. Only Japan's northern most main island of Hokkaido gets barely affected by the rainy season.
The following table shows the average starting and ending dates of the rainy season for selected regions of Japan, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.
|Region|| || |
|Okinawa|| || |
|Southern Kyushu|| || |
|Shikoku|| || |
|Kinki (incl. Osaka, Kyoto)|| || |
|Kanto (incl. Tokyo)|| || |
|Northern Tohoku|| || |
During the rainy season it does not rain every day. In fact, Tokyo registers only an average of 12 rainy days in June, while 120 hours of sunshine are recorded. As for the amount of rainfall, it varies from days with intensive downpours to other days with occasional sprinkles.
Nevertheless, the rainy season is not the most suitable season for visiting Japan, even though it can have its advantages. For example, travel activity is rather low during June, which clears many popular outdoor attractions from the many visitors that are usually present.
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