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This supercute (すごいかわいい) girl is 14 years old and cosplay a character from Macross Frontier
That you can see on her delicious Green hair♡
Her name is Rebecca and she is from Karlstad in Sweden and this is her second time at NärCon!
She likes free hugs, the juicebar and Nauruto!
I think she is just totally jummy and cool at the same time(*^_^*）
These two cool girls are Maria and Lovisa and they are 17 and 18 years old. They have travelled from Gothenburg, Sweden, to be at NärCon their second year in a row.
Maria (to the right) is more of a fan of cute manga which is the opposite of Lovisa who is more of the dark and bloody type (o^^o)
Today they wear what they “usually” wear and all I can say is すごいかわいい！☆
This girl is Nike and she is 18 years old and just love love love Anjelic Pretty.
Her style is Fairy Kei and I just love her whole outfit with the pretty wig!
I Just love this season!
Its warm, the trees are in blossom, My jeansjacket is out from the wardrobe and Ive got new pins on it ♡
NIGHT is a Swedish liveband at My livehouse that I must say is true to the bone!(^_−)−☆
Im sorry Im writing this so late, but I need to tell you about my last weekend in Tokyo before reality and my trip back to Sweden takes ahold of me. The picture above is from my Sayonara party! I had it together with my darling friend Bameis birthday party.
A funny note; tanyoubi, which means birthday in japanse has a funny meaning, which ofcourse is congratulations for being born BUT also sayonara because you get departured from your mother. SO, this collaboration of Birthday party and Sayonara party went under the name TANYOUBI PARTY! ❤
then we ended up at HEARTLAND around 11pm
(which is a place for gaijins, that means loud drunk forigners that wants to score with Japanese girls)
then fast away to another bar I don´t remember the name of until 2.30am
and then to Shimokitazawa to a very small, gorgeous, wonderful little sidewalk izakaya where we hanged out until 5am and my first morning train went back home to Komazawa.
A SUGOI evening/night/morning with wonderful friends!
I slept 3 hours and then up and away to Shinjuku for photoshoot with NANA EMMA that studies fashion design, and I got to wear clothes from VIVIENNE WESTWOOD! Do you know the manga/anime NANA? I wear the same jacket as her! So awesome! (^ ^)
What a surreal day!
Then studygroup in Shimokita at my friend Sams place and then VIP-party at Roppongi Hills at Grand Hyatt.
Tokyo International Film Festival was this week and I was invited of my former workplace ShortShorts Film Festival
to celebrate this amazing animator and the Animations made out of his short stories and life,
I ❤ TOKYO!
My sunday was so nice! Nishiyobi wa sugoi desu! Daisuki desu!
First, Daikanyama! A beautiful little district on Tokuyu Toyoko Line from Shibuya and its only one stop with the local train! Its such a beautiful place to walk around in with small shops and coffe places and restaurants!
I met my dear friend Eri there and we ate pasta at a cute little place.
After that we just walked around and I found this gorgeous store with
After that I went back to Komazawa (where I live) to meet up with my darling Bamei and we went to Meguro (2 stops from Shibuya) and met a friend of hers that invited us to have dinner with him at a restaurant with delicious food! My japanese got tested today though I had to speak more to bamei and her friend which english is good but not comes as naturel as japanese. After dinner we went to a place where we ended up at the 25th floor at this little room with the most fantastic view over tokyo tower
and after a while the room was filled with 30 guests that was invited to this privat concert of furusawa takeshi.
Its a friend of Bamei that sings and playes guitar and he has a big concert coming up in Harajuku in the end of September. He had a great voice and Im so happy that I could be a part of this event as the only european there 🙂
After this great event we went to Roppongi and sat at a bar to look at people and then we went back home after a gorgeous Sunday in Tokyo!
I just can´t tell you how much I loved this weeken, except from getting a toung infection so I had to take out my sweet piercing since 10 years back!
I have just studied my sweet behind of and litterally beat my self up for this test in school just to find out the test itself isnt that hard, so this weekend was really something I was looking forward to!
Friday, of with friends eating mexican food that was yummy! Then Harajuku where they had a sale of 83%.. have you ever experienced ANYTHING beeing 83% off? I hadnt so I just HAD to find this store, and so I did and I bought alot of stuff which I will sell to you back home in sweden (*^ ^*)
But if that day gave me a thrill, it was nothing compared to my saturday which took me back to Kamakura and finally the beach!
They said that this weekend is kind of the last summer-going to autumn one so If I wanted to be able to swim in the great pacific this was it!
For you that wants to take this trip (and you do) just start from:
Shibuya – Yokohama (Tokuyu Toyoko Line) around 20min
Yokohama – Kamakura (JR Yokosuka Line) aprox 30 min
The ticket for one way is about 650Yen.
When you hit kamakura, get a One day free ticket for 580Yen and you jump on to Enoden electric railway that is a really small local train that takes you to Fujisawa and between you can jump on and of this ride at all these stops which have the great Buddha (Hase), and alot of hidden temples and the train takes you just along the shore and beach that goes all the way to Enoshima where you can see alot of surfers (yummy) and also walk over the bridge to Enoshima Island which is a paradise on earth! There you can walk on old staircases carved out in rocks all the way up to the top of the island that has a park and a watch tower. If you feel abit tired, just pay a small fee and take escalaters all the way up, but I suggest you walk bcos then and only then you really can see the magnificant view and all the neko (cats) that lay around everywhere looking all cute and relaxed in the sun!
And to swim in the waves of the pacific ocean..I can almost feel tears burning just talking about it! The view and the beach and the people! Ureshii! (so happy!) ❤
This is a days trip everyone should do visiting Tokyo for more than a week!
I had the chanse to try out my japanese bikini to which made me so frickin HOT ❤ (*^-^*)/ but now its all sandy AND because I choose a part of the beach which has blck sand (kawaii) I have black sand all over and in it now that wont come out. But hey, who cares right! Im living a tokyo-white life here and pimped my keitai all tokyo-white with things bought in Kamakura!
Shibuya by night! I just want you to understand what it is I see everyday and what makes me happy here in Tokyo! Just to bee and look around me! This is taken from Hachiko Crossing!
I just ❤ weekends in Tokyo! So this weekend, I went with two friends to Yoyogi park and there, surprise, was a Brazilian Day festival! How about that! I just love that you can just stumble in to a festival while walking around in your favourite district (Shibuya).
Well, actually, we arrived around 7 and then it was kind of over, but still alot of people and food stands left! We hanged around for a while and then we went to Shimokitazawa!
Such a gorgeous little place with all these narrow streets and small shops and Izakayas everywhere!
I just love how there is always something to do and places to see and people to meet!
A lovely start of this weekend and the last train home was not as packed either (^-^)
Sunday I studied for a bit, then I went to Shibuya and walked up to Yoyogi park and the Brazilian Day festival was still going on! I looked at these capoeira-dancers (together with several houndred more) and all of a sudden, there is a drum-sound that echoes through the festival and people start to move to one specific place which ofcourse I do to! And there it was, a group of drummers, starting drumming away to a great beat as they drum they slowly walk their way ahead through the crowd. First of all I have never seen so many brazilian people before in Tokyo and second I have never seen so many Japanese guys shake their buts before! I joined in and started move to the beat as well and it was a great and happy feeling being a part of this happening!
Beers, foods on sticks, slushies and but-shaking! what is there not to enjoy!
After a pineapple-slushy and sausage-on-a-pin and some dancing in the crowd I was pleased and went back to Komazawa before the sky opened up and a heavy rain washed over the sparkeling light and drumming beat that ended one of several festivals in Yoyogi Park!