Traveling to a foreign country, heck, any place you’ve never been to before can be intimidating. It can be even more overwhelming if you don’t know the language or where anything is. So if this is your first time, or even your 10th time going to Japan, be sure to check out these Japan Travel apps and tools that will help you while you’re in “the Land of the Rising Sun”:
Eren Jaeger Costume Analysis By Skywing Knights // November 25, 2023 I’ll kill every last one of them and break free of these walls!” -Eren Jaeger Who doesn’t love “Attack on Titan?” Well, my roommate hates it, but she’s the best so I guess she gets a pass. As for me, “Attack on Titan”…
Back in December 2022, I was delighted to explore the widely popular and famous interactive art experience “TeamLab Planets” in Tokyo, Japan. Embracing the concept of Wabi-Sabi, TeamLab Planets’ full on immersive experience it one that can not be forgotten… and honestly, I’m itching to go back!
Little quick update for me with a bit of a Throwback Thursday post! All the way back in 2015, we went to Hacostadium in Japan and got to take photos of her beautiful Alice in Wonderland cosplay. Not to mention, we did so in the most appropriate setting I’ve ever seen. Check it out!
The holidays are here! And of course, we all have some special someone we are shopping for. But what if your special someone is a cosplayer? What do you get them? Fabric? Wigs? What are the best gifts for cosplayers? Well for that answer, this list has got your back!
In this tutorial, I’m breaking down what you need to make the perfect Emergency Cosplay Repair Kit that can fit into your bag while taking up a tiny fraction of the space. Better yet, this formula for what to include and how to create your own Emergency Cosplay Repair Kit will allow you to address the most common problems cosplayers can face while out in costume. And at the same time, it will also allow you to customize your kit as needed specific to your cosplays’ particular and unique challenges. Let’s go!
It must come at no surprise to anyone at this point that one of my favorite things in the world to do while in Japan is go to Musicals. It seriously remains a staple favorite thing of mine to do while in Japan. That’s why today, I wanted to highlight one of the musicals I attended in Japan that proved to be a very lucky snag. That show in question? The Vampire Knight Musical.
Content Warning: This article contains sensitive topics including violence and suicide.
For this trip, I wanted my off the beaten path adventures this time around to include a number of locations related to historic events. One of those locations included the resting places of the 47 Ronin (浪人). Yes, those 47 Ronin. Yes, they were real and their graves are right in downtown Tokyo (東京).