Last year I tried doing a series of posts that would cover each day of Anime Expo, but that failed quickly! The thing is, it’s not really an organized thing to go to an anime con. Sometimes I hung out with friends, sometimes I went out to get lunch, sometimes I bought things, sometimes I went to the dance, and the rest of the time, I actually went to the panels and screenings. Anime Expo is close to me, so we may not necessarily treat it as special as other individuals do. For us, it’s a casual thing that we do every year. However, there is one thing we did all the time, and that was taking pictures of beautiful cosplay.
So without further ado, here are the details of the event! This is meant to be a single, informal ramble about the things we did while showing the very best images we took at the con. I may sometimes go off-topic.
I was hanging around Bakersfield, CA when a new friend told me about a con that was going to take place during April: BakAnime. It’s a small little con that took place in the Doubletree hotel in Bakersfield last Sunday. Nothing huge like Los Angeles’ Anime Expo of course, but it was a pretty nice con to go to. There were a few panels, and people were selling stuff so it was alright.
Staple Anime goods.
Hello! Tsundere Works here, I’m back in Los Angeles from my trip to Japan.
More of an informative series of posts than a bunch of pages from a Diary, I will be writing and sharing with you my experiences in Japan. I aim to give the feeling of you being there. Also remember that if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me! It’s summer, and I have a lot of free time, so I will be updating the site often.
Without further ado, here’s Day 1!
Please remember that this was a trip organized by my Japanese school. Along with the Principal, two Japanese girls, an annoying white boy and myself were the only ones who went. Next time, I will be going with my own friends. We’re going to Japan strictly to party and have a good time. Please bring plenty of spending money if you’re coming with me.
The title is named “Silver Japan” because it was an excellent experience for me, however, it should have been better. My group did not share my interests, therefore it was difficult to decide where to go at times. Also, the annoying little brat complained about everything from time to time with his enormous weaboo accent.
Nevertheless, I got respected by the Japanese wherever I went, and I had a good time as well.
The United States loves Japan ^_^
One thing is to use the word “sexy” to appeal to viewers and have them click your site. But it’s another thing to use the word “sexy” because you genuinely think it is so.
Even if you aren’t a Touhou fan, even if you don’t know who Sakuya is, or even if you don’t like cosplay at all, the contents inside this post may still be of related interest… I invite you to verify this for yourself.
* This blog post describes who Izayoi Sakuya is.