Cat haven? Cat paradise? You name it. Everything applies if we talk about Miao Cat Cafe. Located at Congressional Avenue, this cat cafe is the place to be for cat lovers!
Cheers for another great year this coming Philippines-Japan Friendship Month, as the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) holds another J-pop Anime Sing and Dance Contest for Filipino amateur singers and dancers.
Brace yourselves for the cutest, highly-anticipated event of the year! Kawaii in Manila is back for a second run. And this time, in a bigger and better venue to feed your hunger for Japan’s remarkable culture.
Is anybody here a fan of Love Live! School Idol Project? It’s a famous anime in Japan (and around the world) right now, and their gashapon is available at Toy Kingdom branches!
Gashapon (ガシャポン) is a capsule toy under the brand trademark of Bandai. It’s a Japanese onomatopoeia, which is made up of two words: “gasha” or “gacha” and “pon.” Gasha means turning the crank of a toy vending machine, while pon is the sound that the capsule makes when it drops into the hole where you can claim it.
Who would have thought that such work of art can bring people together? That’s what happened to SM North EDSA The Block when tokidoki Art Installation & Exhibition opened to the public.
Simone Legno, the man behind this lively exhibit, is a 36-year old artist from Rome, Italy. His designs are inspired heavily by the Japanese culture, street art, and graffiti. He visited the Philippines recently to have a talk, and even did a sample in front of an audience!