Anime Plaza is known for collaborating with famous anime titles, like the ones I’ve been to (Yu Yu Hakusho and Yuri!!! on ICE) earlier this year, but the catch is their cafe reservations are strict for members only. While you think you don’t have a chance, it’s actually easy even if you’re from overseas — all you need is to register, join a lottery, and wait for an e-mail for your reservation. No payment needed yet!
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.
We’ve been hearing about this collaboration cafe for a long time and we’re lucky that it coincides with our trip. Touken Ranbu is a popular game in Japan. Despite not having an English version, it has a fanbase around the globe. Here’s how you can reserve and what to expect when you visit.
Hey, hey, hey! Remember when I wrote a blog about the new purikura booths at Fairview Terraces? Guess what. They moved one of them to Robinson’s Galleria. If you happen to drop by Kidzoonia, you’ll see the How To+ purikura booth there. o(*>ω<*)o
Now, the reason I’m making this blog post is to give everyone a tutorial on how you can save at least one HQ photo from your purikura session. A good idea when you don’t have a scanner, right? ww
Ameba (アメーバ), also known as Ameblo, is a popular Japanese blogging website. Japanese and non-Japanese netizens alike join the site because of its cool and cute features, such as the kaomoji (^o^)/ and animated gifs like these: