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The identification of otaku turned negative in late 2004 when Kaoru Kobayashi kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and murdered a seven-year-old first-grade student.Japanese journalist Akihiro Ōtani suspected that Kobayashi's crime was committed by a member of the figure moe zoku even before his arrest.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.Positive and negative aspects, including the pejorative usage, were intermixed.Morikawa Kaichirō identifies the subculture as distinctly Japanese, a product of the school system and society.
It was called Otaku no Hon The word entered English as a loanword from the Japanese language.
In 2005, the Nomura Research Institute divided otaku into twelve groups and estimated the size and market impact of each of these groups.
Other institutions have split it further or focus on a single otaku interest.
The 1989 "Otaku Murderer" case gave a negative connotation to the fandom from which it has not fully recovered.
The usage of "(interest) otaku", however, is used for teasing or self-deprecation, but the unqualified term remains negative.