What I always find interesting and kinda funny about Japanese twitter is that whenever people follow my account they’re like
“Pardon me, but may I follow your account?” (失礼します！フォローさせて頂いてもいいですか？)
and whenever I follow someone back they go like
“Thank you very much for following me back. Nice to meet you.” (フォロバありがとうございます！よろしくお願いします).
and whenever someone who doesn’t follow me replies to my tweets they’re like
“Excuse me for replying to your tweet even though I am not in your circle of followers, but…” (FF外から失礼します)
I had heard of this typically Japanese twitter culture before but seeing people actually using these infamous phrases was interesting nevertheless (I got too used to the casual “follow me if you like, unfollow if you don’t” relationship on tumblr)! (≧▽≦)
Also, another thing I find interesting about the Japanese Kuro fandom is that many of my followers (I’d say ¼ or even 1/3?) are women in their 30s~40s who have children, some of them even read Kuro together with their daughter(s)! That’s why my twitter timeline is very interesting/funny because you get to see their daily life tweets like “I brought my son to the football club this afternoon” or “I had a quarrel with my husband. I won’t talk to him until he apologizes to me” as well as detailed Kuro analyses in a ratio of 1:3 xD The rest, i.e. ¾ of my followers, seems to be middle/highschool/college students, I think people in their 20s like me are rather in the minority, at least I haven’t acquainted myself with anyone of my age yet! (*‘ω‘ *)