Starting the month right with a continuation of my Japan trip! Then, I met and watched a movie with friends a week after I came back. I also got a new haircut where the stylist thought I was a high school student. As usual, this post contains food.
My friend, Khryss, and I watched Kimi no Na wa. together when it was shown here. We both loved it, so when we found out that there will be a collaboration cafe, we decided to drop by before going to the Touken Ranbu exhibit at Grand Front Osaka. I can’t count how many collab cafes we’ve already been tbh. Haha.
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.
After the news that there will be a Yu Yu Hakusho cafe for their 25th Anniversary, we were hyped to know that it coincides with our trip to Japan. We entered the lottery and got a slot. Lucky!