In recent years more people watch animes and also read manga. Their free time is dedicated to this activity that has various plots and a large number of genres. These works can captivate you in the act and you can even stay stuck to any device with the internet for a while to enjoy one of these animes.
In the city of Cusco there is a large community that likes animes and even different events are held where you can enjoy exclusive Japanese items such as Japanese food, products, and also cosplay contests. In fact, the number of people attending these events is considerable and they are mostly teenagers.
I am also a fan of the animes. No less than a week ago while watching an anime I learned that the city of Cusco was used as the setting for some episodes of the anime Sword Art Online (ソ ー ド ア ー ト · オ ン ラ イ ン Sōdo Āto Onrain, abbreviated SAO.
It was somewhat unpredictable. Once I arrived at Chapter 05 of SAO, something known called my attention: a church very similar to the Cathedral of Cusco. I let it continue and more scenarios began to appear such as the “Plaza Mayor del Cusco”, a view from the ornamental pool of the Plaza Mayor of Cusco to the Church “The Company of Jesus”, various traditional streets such as “Hatun Rumiyoq” where is the famous “Stone of 12 Angles” and many other views of the city were found in the anime.
I am so happy the city where I was born and that almost all the time I see was the setting for one of these animes. Although the publication of the manga began in April 2009 and the anime ended on December 22, 2012, this anime has a futuristic look and the plot is a virtual reality game which is entered by a console and a helmet that takes you to a new world.
Many of the animes have plots where they give us different advice about life. As for example not to give up for nothing of the world and to follow the yearnings and dreams that you have. Although you should not confuse the reality that exists within the plot of the animes, use the advice and morals to make your life the best.