Tag: Anime｜Taiken Japan
Few things drew me to love Japan like anime. With all of their beautiful images, supreme storytelling, and characters you really care about kept in mind, I have to ask, can you be too old for anime?
July 6, 2017
A significant number of famous anime popular across the world today, draw their primary sources of inspiration from modern day, contemporary locations right here in Japan.
April 19, 2017
The theme is Dragon Ball and just like the anime, there are lots of prizes for those who collect the Dragon Balls—in this case the stamps.
February 8, 2017
There is no doubt that, by now, the Pocket Monsters are one of the most famous symbols and image of contemporary Japanese animation, video-games and entertainment business sector. On the second floor of the Sunshine City alpa shopping mall is Japan's largest Pokemon Center: the Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo. So let us go and 'Catch 'em All'!
July 23, 2016
Everyone absolutely has known about Doraemon, if not all we have at least heard about Doraemon. With his ability to take out unique equipments from his pocket, many people are left wondering and yearning to own his equipments in their real lives. There is no need to dream of those equipments for too long, scientists have recreated some of Doraemon's equipments in our real life.
July 9, 2016
If you grew up speaking English, it is very likely that reading the Peanuts comic strip was a staple in your childhood. Illustrated by Charles M Schulz, the Peanuts comic series has been called one of the greatest and most influential comic strips in history. Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Woodstock and friends are characters familiar to those who have read the comic strip. The Snoopy Museum, Tokyo is located in Roppongi!
July 5, 2016
I’m sure that you all know who Doraemon is, especially if you are a 90’s kid. A cat that looks like a robot and travelled all the way from the 22nd century to help a helpless kid named Nobita using the wonders from his magical 4D pocket. Although they are only fictional characters, I for once wondered, how great it would be if I was Nobita and had someone like Doraemon by my side. I mean, why shouldn’t I? Next time if you are in Japan, do not miss out on the different range of Doraemon themed products.
June 13, 2016
If you are a fan of the master’s work, you would know that you have made the walk and have arrived at the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum just by staring at the many pairs of eyes on the brick wall outside. The Fujiko F. Fujio museum is a sanctuary for fans.
June 4, 2016
Akihabara is a mecca of pop culture. Whilst also known for its range of shops selling electronical items, this seems to have been overshadowed in recent times by the growing 'Otaku' (diehard fan) culture.
March 18, 2016
From January 16th, 2016 to February 14th 2016 there was a Sailor Moon Crystal café in Osaka city and as soon as I heard about it I made sure my friends I had a reservation! The cafe was held by アニON Station Osaka in Namba Parks.
March 4, 2016
The walking area called Sayama Hills (Tokorozawa, Saitama prefecture) is unofficially called “Totoro forest.” Ghibli’s famous film director maestro Hayao Miyazaki is said to be getting the inspiration for the legendary animated film “My neighbor Totoro” after daily walks in that forest.
November 13, 2015