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It is typically used to refer to a fan of anime/manga but can also refer to Japanese video games or Japanese culture in general.

The American magazine Otaku USA popularizes and covers these aspects.

Since then, the public forms a general impression of OTAKU -- Adults who are crazy about animations are abnormal and childish.

His 1983 series An Investigation of "Otaku" , printed in the lolicon magazine Manga Burikko, applied the term to unpleasant fans in caricature.Animators Haruhiko Mikimoto and Shōji Kawamori had used the term between themselves as an honorific second-person pronoun since the late 1970s.Supposedly, some fans used it past the point in their relationships where others would have moved on to a less formal style.Since the period of Japanese asset price bubble, in which real estate and stock market prices were greatly inflated and people were getting wealthier, more and more people got very strong interest in animations that have a high quality in both pictures and actions.Due to the economic growth, the purchasing power of individuals was also increasing.

His 1983 series An Investigation of "Otaku" , printed in the lolicon magazine Manga Burikko, applied the term to unpleasant fans in caricature.

Animators Haruhiko Mikimoto and Shōji Kawamori had used the term between themselves as an honorific second-person pronoun since the late 1970s.

Supposedly, some fans used it past the point in their relationships where others would have moved on to a less formal style.

Since the period of Japanese asset price bubble, in which real estate and stock market prices were greatly inflated and people were getting wealthier, more and more people got very strong interest in animations that have a high quality in both pictures and actions.

Due to the economic growth, the purchasing power of individuals was also increasing.

Because this misuse indicated social awkwardness, Nakamori chose the word itself to label the fans.