Who doesn’t like chocolate? Who doesn’t like chocolate on a stick? Who wouldn’t like giant sticks with chocolate on them? These tiny idols and boats sure are lucky in that regard!View post »
Category: Anime Goods
We received a heavy package one day, though the contents of the package wasn’t meant for us, but the package had lot of post stamps plastered on it and one set was of particular interest to me; Snow Miku was on them!
These post stamps feature the different variations of Snow Miku from the years 2011 to 2013. Most of them are Nendoroid but also illustrations and renders are used. You can read more about them here.
Fittingly, I have non other than Snow Miku herself present them for you!
Here’s continuing with photos from my trip in Japan 2015, this time showing you Akihabara!
I actually didn’t go around Akihabara alone. I met up with Shurikn Ibuki, a fellow blogger who lives in Tokyo. I’ve been following him online for quite some time, so it seemed natural to ask him to meet up at Akihabara and guide me around the constantly changing Akihabara for an evening.
To complete the chapter started with the post showing off the first season of each of Fate/Zero and Fate/Stay Night [UBW] here’s Fate/Zero Blu-Ray box #2 and Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works Blu-Ray box #2 in pictures!
It’s been a while since my last post and the excuse is that I’ve been busy planning and making a trip to Japan last November. Those who follow my personal Google+ will know about this and also the reason behind the trip; My family and I went there to attend a Shinto-style wedding (It was different and very cool). With only 10 days in Japan the schedule was quite hectic and I didn’t have time to do many visits to “anime” places, but I was able to quickly go to Kyoto Animation’s (KyoAni) merchandise shop and Akihabara. Today I’ll show you KyoAni’s shop!
Need a ballpoint pen to sign contracts with? Here’s a pen with the infamous Kyubee from the anime series Puella Magi Madoka Magica sitting on top of a Soul Gem ready to make you sign that inviting contract at any time.
This pen is certainly nothing new; It was released back in spring 2012. It was a gift to my brother from a Japanese contact who sent other stuff as well to him.
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What’s the best thing for a figure photographer? To have his or her photos featured online? Not bad, but I’d say to have his or her photos featured in a book or on posters is probably better! Seeing your creations in a physical form is a nice change from the flat screens that we usually see figure photos on.
So that’s what Sakura Doujin wanted to do and made real for me and a few other fellow figure photographers. They called the project Snap Fig and was a project funded by backers who wanted the book and maybe the extra posters and prints. They asked figure photographers to send in a few different photoshoots or scenes, a collection of photos taken with the same figure and the same stage/location, and with it send in some EXIF information from the photos to be shown next to the photos. The also asked for behind-the-scenes photos of the photoshoot.