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Johnny's Ent. NYC Fans
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Welcome to je_nyc! This community was developed by eliminate and theaters, from Queens and the Bronx (respecitively) because we think it's awesome so many JE fans are from this awesome area. If you live in NYC (one of the five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens, or Staten Island) or close by, please consider joining so we can all meet up and have a great time!

What can fans do?

     NYC is a huge city with many great Japanese resources. There are bookstores (Kinokuniya, Asahiya, Book off), great places to hang infused with modern Japanese culture (St. Marks) and Karaoke!! We can meet up, chill and walk around. It's a lot more fun than it sounds, trust me. ;D I've been around for a while and know many places a large group of awesome fans can chill--karaoke is probably the most popular, only because of good prices and a plentiful song selection!

Are there any restrictions?

     The only thing we ask is that if you're under thirteen (13) because if anything happens to you, we can't be responsible. If you really want to join, please send an email to us.

About the community.

     Anyone can join, but only select members can post. We'll hold polls and ask opinions about if people want to meet up and where. Anyone can participate, but if you submit a post chances are it won't be accepted because we don't want to be held responsible for anything that may happen.

The Moderators.

     eliminate is a University student at St. John's in Queens. She is majoring in Asian studies (with a focus in Korean) and Marketing and has been in various Japanese fandoms for around 10 years. She frequently attends concerts and other events in both Queens and Manhattan.
     theaters is a Senior at Millenium Art Academy and lives in the Bronx. She is a fan of many Asian cultures and wants to pursue a career in Photography.

Contact us!

     If you have a question, please send an e-mail to extension @livejournal.com. Thanks!