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Kaixa Day is upon us

Sep 13 // Salvador G Rodiles
カーイーザ! by yk ことりとカイザ by お腹すいたにゃ Faiz & Kaixa by 无硫黑火 2016 Kaixa Day by ミクモ 913の日 by Tsukushi 9!1!3!カイザの~日~♪ by ぽん酢 913の日2016 by 木宮@腰痛で作業遅延 カイザの日in 2016 by Anasodariaso ハッピーカイザデー by 英知 カイガン!!カイザ!!! by 朱羅姫( ˘ω˘) カイザの日2016 by Nekohige 913! by 鉄格子 変身 by アイアン芥火 カイザの日 by 神島かのん カイザの日2016 by さふぁ太 913 by cryman 2016 913 by 吉舎和幸 煙草×913 by (mizy) 913の日 by Shouchan -Kaiser- by Mani. 2016.9.13 by 番茄帝 9 1 3 by 床の間 913 by Ranma 南条光バースデー by 若林まこと  紫の視線 by モヤ  カイザの日2016 by 白鷲 9-1-3 by Xian L. Olavarria http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=58955878
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Let's awaken our inner jerk
[Update: I added an extra Kaixa piece to the post.] [Disclosure: Salvador is friends with Xian. No relationships, professional or personal, were factored into posting his piece.  Once again, it's time for us to treat eve...

Ponytail Day photo
Ponytail Day

Today in Anime: Ponytail Day


A Questionable Holiday
Jul 07
// Anthony Redgrave
Japan likes to obsess over different things blowing up the ordinary and mundane to make them fantastic and exciting. Think about how many slice-of-life anime shows there are based on a high school. I don't think my high schoo...

Storming the Sunshine State: A look at MegaCon 2016

Jun 04 // Salvador G Rodiles
Even though MegaCon’s big anime related events were mostly related to FUNimation’s voice actors, each panel had its hosts express their points in a way that brought inspiration and joy to the audience. Since the convention’s main content seems to focus on mainstream stuff, this choice benefited the con’s themes nicely. One new thing that the convention did this year was that they got Ryo Horikawa (Dragon Ball Z’s Vegeta, Samurai Sentai Shinkenger’s Akumaro) to attend the con. During the first Horikawa panel, I got to ask him about his challenges that he faces in voice acting and acting, along with the differences between voice acting in anime, voice acting in tokusatsu, and acting in live-action shows. “Acting and voice acting require the same type of motivation,” said Horikawa. “Having the same level of expectation for myself is the challenge I face in voice acting and acting.” One of the most entertaining things about the panel was when he said Vegeta’s line from Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods when Beerus slaps Bulma as a request to one of his fans. Overall, it was priceless to hear him shout “What the fuck are you doing to my Bulma” in his Vegeta voice in English. Unfortunately, the folks at MegaCon couldn’t afford to have Horikawa do a concert at the event; however, they’re hoping to make that happen if they get him to come back. Either way, it was nice to sit through his panel while he answered his fan’s questions, along with talking about some of his future plans. Among these plans is his goal to open branches of his voice acting school in America and other parts of the world. He also promoted the third season of the Rainy Cocoa anime, which they’re hoping to release this fall. To top it off, Horikawa talked about a Rainy Cocoa café that’ll open in Hawaii, and some of the title’s voice actors will appear at the place when it opens. I may’ve not watched Rainy Cocoa or read the digital manga, but it was neat to see the folks behind the series doing their best to do neat things with the brand for folks overseas. Aside from Horikawa’s panel, there was a Dragon Ball Z Mega Panel and a segment called “Viva Vegeta.” The DBZ segment had Horikawa alongside Sean Schemmel (Dragon Ball Z’s Goku and King Kai), Eric Vale (Dragon Ball Z’s Trunks) and Monica Rial (Dragon Ball Z’s Bulma) of FUNimation, which mostly focused on them answering a couple fan questions. A neat part of this panel was hearing Schemmel talk about his transition from Americanizing anime to creating a localization that does justice to the show’s original Japanese track. “American kids don’t get anime— I don’t believe in that,” said Schemmel. Another neat moment from the panel included everyone admitting that Goku is a terrible father, with the best parent award going to Piccolo and Vegeta. Then the Viva Vegeta segment had Horikawa hosting a segment with Chris Sabat (Dragon Ball Z’s Vegeta, YuYu Hakusho’s Kuwabara), which resulted in such neat exchanges, such as Horikawa being impressed at Sabat for voicing four or more characters since Ryo mentioned that he could barely do two roles at once in one title. The other interesting part was when Horikawa talked about how it takes four hours to record a 30-minute anime, which lead to Sabat telling the audience that in the U.S. the recording time is 25 hours. This part gave the audience an idea on some of the differences between the Japanese and English voice acting process in anime. Just like the previous panels, it was interesting to hear about the various stories and experience that the voice actors went through in life. As a person who finds these kinds of things interesting, I ended up having a blast with the con’s segments with Horikawa and FUNi’s folks. While MegaCon ’16 didn’t that many performance-themed events like Metrocon, I was able to see a show that was done by Noise Complaint, a tap dancing group that does performances themed around anime and video games while cosplaying the characters that correspond with the motif. Instead of dancing to the entire soundtrack from the medium their show is based on, they actually take the time to find well-known songs that’ll match the topic’s theme. For example, their Sailor Moon-themed show featured tunes that went well with the concept of girl power. Overall, the group did a great job with matching their footsteps to each song that was playing during the show. The most impressive part about Noise Complaint's performance was when the group's Lead Dancer Jenne was changing her dancing stances while maintaining the rhythm that the rest of the performers were holding. Even though I didn’t get to explore a lot of the dealer’s room at the con, the three places I got to check out resulted in some great times. One of my encounters was when I came across a booth for Ranger Stop, a Power Rangers-themed convention that’s usually held in the fall in Orlando, Fla. The person who was at the booth happens to be Jon, who’s also part of the group Toy Bounty Hunters, which had a segment about Marvel’s connection to the Super Sentai franchise. As a person who kept up with his videos, it was amazing to get to talk to him about tokusatsu and the con, such as the benefits of MegaCon's growth on the sellers. I also got to meet Careless of the Video Game Music Group Careless Juja and former member of the Video Game Music Band Random Encounter. He talked about Liberty Deception, an indie comic book that takes place in a colony that was the result of a terraforming project gone wrong, along with how he got to go to Europe with the Video Games Live group, a video game music-themed concert that occurs in various parts of the world. Since I got to see Careless perform at Video Games Live, in Miami with Random Encounters, it was a joyous moment seeing the guy in person. The last place I got to drop by was Illustrator Travis Earls’ booth. While he wasn’t at his booth, I got to see his manager known as Donut talk about the guy’s latest comic book, Power. Based on what he told me about its first issue, Earls’ book is a horror take on the elements found in the Power Rangers and Super Sentai franchise. Seeing that Earls is one of Ranger Stop’s featured artists, his armored suit designs for his heroes work well with the dark tone of his story. In terms of the cosplays encountered throughout the con, it was neat to see a few folks who went as characters from the Danganronpa series. Among these cosplayers was a group that went as Yashuhiro, Nagito, Chiaki and Ibuki. On top of that, I came across a person that was wearing a Monokuma suit. Let’s just say that we made a deal to bring everyone on Japanator into a state of despair. Surprisingly, I found some people who wore the Rathalos and Zinogre armors from the Monster Hunter series, along with a cosplayer who went as Haseo from the .hack//G.U. trilogy. Hell, I was even able to find someone going as Kamen Rider Stronger and Power Pool, a fusion between Deadpool and the Green Ranger; thus fulfilling my usual convention-related goal to find folks who’re cosplaying characters from tokusatsu titles. Last but not least, I found a group that went as Captain Gundam and Shute from SD Gundam Force. This lead to me obtaining a meal called Captain Punch, which is the process of pouring Hawaiian Punch into a bowl of Captain Crunch. Overall, the combination gives the cereal a sweet fruity flavor that puts Crunch Berry to shame. Of course, it packed quite a punch. As fun as my fourth MegaCon trip was, the event was far from perfect. Just like Former Japanator Editor in Chief Tim Sheehy’s experience with Sakura-Con ’14, the convention’s format hindered the folks of the press. Since the staff didn’t let the folks with the Press Passes enter the events before everyone else, this made it difficult for me to properly cover MegaCon ’16’s offering since I had to head to the panels before the lines got too big. While the badge did allow me to sit in the areas where folks with VIP tickets could sit, this only worked for me in one panel, as the con’s staff didn’t grant me this privilege in the other events. Another problem was that there were panels that were happening at MegaCon that weren’t even listed on the schedule pamphlet that attendees pick up at the door. Sure, their time and locations were listed in the con’s Website, but it’s still inconvenient that these things aren’t listed in the event’s program book. For example, there was a panel about the growth of Florida’s anime community that was happening on Thursday; however, I couldn’t find it in the booklet for the con. Seeing that this is the first time that MegaCon was a four-day event, I’m going to guess that this likely one of the sources of the convention's problems. That, and Fan Expo HQ, the current owners of MegaCon, were still trying to get used to the Orange County Conventions layout. While it’s understandable that most events could face some issues when the management changes, it’s unfortunate when they hinder the folks with press passes who’re trying to cover the event as much as they can, so they can provide coverage to their readers who couldn’t go to it. Despite MegaCon ’16’s problems with how they managed the Press Pass holders’ privileges, I still had a blast with the convention’s panels and offerings. With Fan Expo HQ having a few conventions under their belt, they were able to bring in some solid guests (such as Ryo Horikawa, Stan Lee, Joe Madureira and David Hayter). To an extent, these segments warranted the $90 to $100 price tag for the events tickets— as long as you’re going for the full con experience. Also, it was neat to see Cosplayer PikaBelleChu's Pikachu Bug at the convention. Even though my time with the con’s anime panels was mostly with the FUNimation ones, there is also a good chunk of events that covered other topics, such as the panel about How Watching Anime Might Lead To Better Grades and one that introduces folks to healing anime titles. Due to MegaCon’s large size, I wasn’t able to catch the other panels that focused on different aspects of the anime community. However, judging from their synopsis, they all seemed fun and intriguing. At the end of the day, my fourth time with MegaCon ended up being better than I expected. While the con didn’t have that many performance-related events like Metrocon, the panels made up for it. Since the anime stuff was mostly catered to the mainstream audience and folks looking to expand their horizon what titles to check out, MegaCon’s anime offerings might not appeal to people who’re very familiar with the medium— unless if they’re a fan of FUNi’s voice actors and are interested in the anime panels that feature analysis on certain things. However, the convention’s large focus on Western films, TV shows and comic books might act as an extra layer to improve the experience.
MegaCon '16 photo
Fourth time is definitely a charm
Before I started my journey to this year's MegaCon, my previous visits to the event in Orlando, Florida. were alright. However, this was due to my friends and me spending most of our time inside of the event's dealer’s ...

Anime Matsuri X Cosplay Gallery Part 2 of 2

Mar 03 // Red Veron
Enjoy the gallery! Which one is your favorite? Look or more about Japanator at Anime Matsuri: Part 1 of Anime Matsuri X Cosplay Gallery Japanator Anime Matsuri Video (Coming Soon!) Last Year's Galleries: Anime Matsuri 2015 Cosplay Gallery - Part 1 Last Year's Galleries: Anime Matsuri 2015 Cosplay Gallery - Part 2  
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30K IN ATTENDANCE
The official numbers are in and about 30,215 people attended the tenth year of Anime Matsuri, one the best anime conventions in Texas. Anime Matsuri is a yearly celebration of Anime and Japanese pop culture, taking place in ...


Anime Matsuri X Cosplay Gallery Part 1 of 2

Mar 02 // Red Veron
At the convention, I ran into the cool people from BoomSlank who helped me find a certain vendor. Check out their site for some really cool art that I regret not picking up. This year, I heard unconfirmed reports that more than the projected 30,000 people attended and some have said that this makes it the best Anime convention in Texas. I haven't been to many Anime conventions in Texas to be able to judge for myself but I do think it is one of the major anime conventions in Texas that fans of Japanese pop culture in Texas should check out. There will be another gallery tomorrow and a video that is in the works! Come back tomorrow! Enjoy the gallery! Which one is your favorite? Look out for more about Japanator at Anime Matsuri: Part 2 of Anime Matsuri X Cosplay Gallery Japanator Anime Matsuri Video (Coming Soon!) Last Year's Galleries: Anime Matsuri 2015 Cosplay Gallery - Part 1 Last Year's Galleries: Anime Matsuri 2015 Cosplay Gallery - Part 2
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BEST ANIME CON IN TEXAS?!
This past weekend was the tenth year of Anime Matsuri, a celebration of Japanese pop culture and other related interests, and I had a lot of fun despite trying to currently get over con funk. I ran into many awesome cosplay, which isn't surprising since I have always been impressed of the cosplay at Anime Matsuri.  

Today in Anime photo
Today in Anime

Today in Anime: Happy Valentine's Day!


Get lovey with your Waifu and Husbando!
Feb 14
// Anthony Redgrave
No matter the country, the day of love and romance will always fall on the 14th day of the second month of the year. Valentine's day is a day dedicated to being with your loved one and is common practice to exchange heart-sha...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Risa Yoshiki


Let's heat things up
Feb 05
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Risa Yoshiki Birthdate: July 27, 1987 Hometown: Chiba, Japan Measurements: 80/59/88 cm You know when I poke my head around the Japanator office it can only mean one thing.. The return of Idol of the Week! Yeah I know...
Jump Festa Cosplay photo
Naruto, One Piece, and more besides
Jump Festa, Shueisha's yearly celebration of all things Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, and whatever else it publishes, happened last week, and our pal Lindo Korchi was on hand to observe the proceedings. You can ch...

Cosplay Excellence at Jump Festa 2016, Part 1

Dec 24 // Josh Tolentino
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Jump Festa Cosplay photo
Snaps and shots from the show floor
Jump Festa, Shueisha's yearly celebration of all things Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, and whatever else it publishes, happened last week, and our pal Lindo Korchi was on hand to observe the proceedings. You can check out hi...

It's time to celebrate Kaixa Day!

Sep 13 // Salvador G Rodiles
Happy Kaixa Day by killaf 913の日 by じゅ 仮面ライダーカイザ by ナンプラー カイザの亡霊 by レドル お誕生日by シバケン•ザ•スタンPド オルフェノク~は粉々さ~♪ by 葵野 EXCEED CHARGE!!!! by 茶っぱ ビッキー誕生日おめでとう! 響カイザ by ゆめはる by 初 カイザの日 by nene カイザ(草加 by 小林 913 Day by 大村@変身!!8/東5ア03a Kaixa fan art by Tofu Plus Beast カイザフォン by ふうじゅ 2015年913の日by  紋助 呪われた流星塾 by 紋助 カイザの日2015 by ダイ々 特撮ワンドロ by tsurugiRX 913の日!by 白玉 913の日 by 木宮 913 2015 by あのよろしぃ 2015年913の日by 番茄帝 カイザの日2015 by 白鷲 仮面ライダー913倶楽部 by trope Kaixa and Faiz fan art by emcee 呪われた流星塾
Kaixa Day photo
Standing By
Ladies and Gentlemen. The numbers have aligned for us to open our eyes for the festivity known as Kaixa Day. As always, Kohei Murakami, the guy who plays as Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa from Kamen Rider 555, has updated h...

Tokyo gifs photo
Tokyo gifs

Gorgeous pixel-art gifs capture the humble side of Tokyo life


So peaceful and tranquil
Aug 16
// Anthony Redgrave
Sundays are designed to be lazy. Wake up late, coffee and novel 'til noon, walk or gardening 'til night, and then if you're like me getting all the homework and projects finished for deadline Monday!  Artist Yuuta T...
Anime Sneakers photo
Anime Sneakers

Get your Fate/stay night gear on


When you are a head to toe otaku
Aug 13
// Hiroko Yamamura
No hardcore Fate/stay night fan would hit the town without a pair of officially licensed sneaker from UBIQ. The shoe maker is coming out with two sets of kicks, inspired by both Saber and Archer. I can't say that I'm a fan of...
Evangelion photo
Evangelion

Evangelion anime cell fetches big bucks


That's a lotta Rei
Aug 13
// Hiroko Yamamura
If there's one thing I spend too much money on, it's definitely anime cels. While my collection isn't that big, I'm pretty happy with what I've acquired over my many years of fandom. I usually buy cels that don't feature the ...

Japanator supports love!

Jun 27 // Josh Tolentino
Artist credits to: Minako Komahara wwtwj Yoshinaga Masahiro  
Japanator supports love! photo
#LoveWins
In a historic decision Friday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that state barriers to same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, effectively legalizing the institution for same-sex couples nationwide. Naturally, social me...

Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Ai Shinozaki


Beach time!
Jun 26
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Ai ShinozakiBirthdate: February 26, 1992 Hometown: Tokyo, Japan Measurements: 87/60/88 cm  You know the drill. When there's a new photoset by our main waifu Ai Shinkozaki, you know I'm going to be all about it. The lovely and talented queen of gravure is back with a jaw dropping visit to the beach, complete with an adorable yukata! Ahhh summer!

Feast your your eyes on Donuts in Anime on Nat'l Donuts Day

Jun 05 // Red Veron
BONUS VIDEO ABOUT DONUTS:[embed]33922:4789:0[/embed]
Natl Donuts Day photo
Don don donuts!
Today is National Donuts day in the United States of America and of course a country known for eating too much would have a day celebrating a fried sugary pastry. However, the love for donuts (or Doughnuts) transcends nationa...

Anime Matsuri photo
Have some more great cosplay from Anime Matsuri
[Let's hang out and chat about Anime Matsuri tonight at 10PM Central! We have prizes to give out!]Here is the second batch of cosplay photos for you to enjoy! I apologize for the giant spread picture of Kaori from Your Lie in...

Anime Matsuri photo
A taste of the great cosplay at Anime Matsuri
[Let's Chat about Anime Matsuri on our stream at 10PM Central on April 7]Part 2 of 2 Anime Matsuri Cosplay GalleryJapanator was back at Anime Matsuri, Houston's best anime convention this past Easter weekend and we've got pic...

Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Anna Konno


Remember what warmth was like?
Feb 20
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Anna Konno Birthdate: June 15, 1989 Hometown: Kanagawa, Japan Measurements: 86/69/83 cm  Do you guys remember the legend of this thing called the sun? I heard it provided warmth to humans. I had even heard a sil...

Happy Tenth Anniversary, Mahou Sentai Magiranger!

Feb 13 // Salvador G Rodiles
特撮落書き詰め by take 我ら、魔神の王となれ by Lynx 戦隊つめあわせ by SILVIA マジ夫婦 by ビーノ 魔法 by ときえだ 勇気と希望の魔法使い by hiro 【特撮詰め】魔法+特命[バディロイド擬人]+wizard by クサ★審神者♀ 「魔法+特命」黄と金と銀 by クサ★審神者♀ ナイとメア by IWA 緑のあにき by hiro 一目惚れ by hiro 父(修正) by bump 集結 スーパー戦隊ロボ by 佐藤@コミティアQ18a スーパーアニキタイム by 風間 マージマジ!by 津島直人 インフェル雛 by ヨリヲ 戦隊色々詰め by 春眞ナクト ニチアサ過去絵まとめ by 死神 マジ! by 猛禽パンチ マージ☆マジーロ by Izumi Rion うちゅうのほうそくがみだれる!by 秋秀川小早 ぼくらの列車王 by 秋秀川小早 メア by らいすた マジレン ワイバーン擬人化 by ドライマンゴー ファイヤーカイザー by ロボ部のクロ マジキング by BUTA ナイとメア by らいすた 太陽につつまれる by 蒼馬
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Magi Magi Magiro times Ten!
Today may be Friday the 13th, but that doesn’t mean that we’re in for a heap of bad luck. In fact, Mahou Sentai Magiranger tenth anniversary has landed on Feb. 13, 2015, which means that magic triumphs over random...

Twin Tail Day photo
Twin Tail Day

Twin Tails day is upon us again and let us celebrate!


Twin Tail Day is Best Holiday
Feb 02
// Red Veron
Today is February 2nd in Japan, which is the officially designated day to celebrate the iconic hairstyle: The Twin Tails. The day "2-2" was chosen because of how the 2's look like two bunches of hair on both sides much like t...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Sayumi Michishige


I can not get enough
Dec 05
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Sayumi Michishige Birthdate: March 4, 1987 Hometown: Miyazaki, Japan Measurements: 87/58/86 cm  So the doe eyed beauty, Sayumi Michishige is Momusu no more. She finally graduated the band after having the longes...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Ai Shinozaki


Halloween treats look so sweet
Nov 21
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Ai Shinozaki Birthdate: February 26, 1992 Hometown: Tokyo, Japan Measurements: 87/60/88 cm  I know we just had a visit from our favorite idol Ai Shinozaki, but she's sporting some adorable cosplay this week, and...
Attack on Titan photo
Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan's live-action cast posters look real badass


Colossal cosplay
Nov 19
// Josh Tolentino
I'll readily confess that I haven't paid much attention to Attack on Titan since the anime finished its run last year, but now that the live-action adaptation of Hajime Isayama's blockbuster manga is further along, I'm b...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Miwako Kakei


Swagger
Nov 14
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Miwako Kakei Birthdate: March, 6, 1994Hometown: Tokyo, Japan Measurements: 89/60/60 cm  So snow is finally starting to fall in my current hometown of Chicago. I mean, it's not even Thanksgiving yet! What gives...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Sano Hinako


Them eyes
Nov 07
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Sano Hinako Birthdate: October 13, 1994 Hometown: Tokyo, Japan Measurements: 84/51/87 cm  Gracing the pages of Japanator this week is fan favorite, Sano Hinako. The gorgeous and talented actress has some new photos...
Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Ai Shinozaki


Ai love you
Oct 31
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Ai Shinozaki Birthdate: February 26, 1992 Hometown: Tokyo, Japan Measurements: 87/60/88 cm  When I haven't done Idol of the Week for a while I start to feel bad about depriving my dear friends of the lovely comp...

Happy Kaixa Day!

Sep 13 // Salvador G Rodiles
カイザの日2014 by ゆうの カーイーザ!カーイーザ!カーイーザ by 華焔@文化部統括委員長萌え 無題 by QUICK カーイーザ!カーイーザ!カーイーザ!カーイーザ!カーイーザ!by ゆうき カイザの日!by みっちゃん 913 awakening by ひいらぎはじめ 9月13日 by はらら@913の日 カイザの日2014 by ねこのら カイザケーキ by かめこ 仮面ライダードライザ by 中島ゆいちろ 草加雅人ならダイジョーブッ☆★ by 英知 カイザ!by しぶがき カイザの日ですね。by アベ カイザの日2014 by 晶 913(カイザ)、スマブラに参戦!?by マルバ 九一三葬 by 葵野 今日は何の日? 913の日 by ジョウカ→ Dullahan by yk 9! 1! 3! by Kkハムスター 913 DAY by 大村@変身D02ab カイザキティ by ぽむ/.崩壊プリン カイザの日 by モッチャす
Kaixa Day photo
Enter 9-1-3!
It's Sept. 13th, and it's time to celebrate an important holiday. Today marks the special day that's dedicated to Masato Kusaka, a.k.a. Kamen Rider Kaixa. Due to the fact that the guy dials 9-1-3 on his Kaixa Phone before he ...

Idol of the Week photo
Idol of the Week

Idol of the Week: Haruna Kojima


AKB48 scores an A+
Sep 12
// Hiroko Yamamura
Name: Haruna Kojima Birthdate: April 19th, 1988 Hometown: Saitama, Japan Measurements: 80/60/86 cm  There a few things that you can count on in life. Death, taxes, and that AKB48 will continue showcasing s...
Corgi power photo
Corgi power

This corgi's costume is over 9,000


Oh my dog
Aug 29
// Dale North
Cosplay? Corgsplay? With their long shape, oversized head, and ridiculous features, Welsh Corgis make the best costume dogs. And as members of the herding dog group, they're a perfect fit as scouter users. I almost couldn't b...

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