After watching Hyper Projection Engeki “Haikyuu” Winners vs. Losers at Tokyo Dome City Hall, we went straight to Gallery AaMo for the exhibit. We chose the right schedule because the hype from the stage play hasn’t died down yet and here we are seeing the costumes, props, and stage they used in the previous plays.
To celebrate the first episode of Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu, I’m making this blog post to spam you with photos that I took when we went to the Touken Ranbu Honmaru-Haku Exhibit at Grand Front Osaka. The exhibit featured character designs and storyboards from the anime, different visuals from the stage play, and even the costumes worn by the musical’s cast. All in all, I took 280+ photos in two hours and that wasn’t enough tbh.
Warning: This post is image heavy. I compressed the photos, so they can load faster both in PC and mobile. Enjoy!
The main reason I went to Japan this 2017 was to watch a seiyuu (voice actor) at Zepp Tokyo. I’m not fond of livehouses because I’m small, but it’s definitely worth the experience. That’s why I decided to make this guide, so you’ll know how to get there and what to expect before, during, and after the show.
Girls Girls Girls’ opening night was held last March 28 at A SPACE Manila. I saw lots of beautiful artwork, met up with friends, ate food, laughed… and ditched an office-related event to attend this. Ahh, good times.
We’ve always wanted to go out of town, but we’ve never imagined to do it so suddenly. A few days of preparation and we’re off to Clark, Pampanga for the 21st Hot Air Balloon Fiesta.