Dream Daddy – Joseph x Craig

 

Cosplay: Joseph ‘Christ’ Christiansen
Cosplayer: Michelle Steil
Instagram: passwort99

Cosplay: Craig “Fitness Dad” Cahn
Cosplayer: Michi
Instagram: tulka.terumica

Photographer: Hidekuni (Art)
Tumblr: Hidekuni Art
DeviantArt: Hidekuni
Twitter: Hidekuni

Location: Luxcon 2018Forum Geeseknäppchen

Dream Daddy – Craig “Fitness Dad” Cahn

 

 

Cosplay: Craig “Fitness Dad” Cahn
Cosplayer: Michi
Instagram: tulka.terumica

Photographer: Hidekuni (Art)
Tumblr: Hidekuni Art
DeviantArt: Hidekuni
Twitter: Hidekuni

Location: Luxcon 2018Forum Geeseknäppchen

Dream Daddy – Joseph ‘Christ’ Christiansen

 

 

 

Cosplay: Joseph ‘Christ’ Christiansen
Cosplayer: Michelle Steil
Instagram: passwort99

Photographer: Hidekuni (Art)
Tumblr: Hidekuni Art
DeviantArt: Hidekuni
Twitter: Hidekuni

Location: Luxcon 2018Forum Geeseknäppchen

RevolAsia: Nico Walk 2018

Nico Nico Niiii!!

The RevolAsia members dedicated a whole day to the very popular idol Nico Yazawa of the famous Japanese anime series “Love Live! School Idol Project”.

Everyone showed up in a different Nico outfit and had a lot of fun!

Cosplayers: Yume Tenshi Nimoko, Fia Lamenta, Navigators Cosplay, Patti Yamikari

Photos and editing by: Nimoko

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Yume Tenshi Nimoko in the Kore Kara no Someday outfit (Photo by the Navigators Cosplay)

 

 

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Photo by Fia Lamenta
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Fia Lamenta as Cheerleader Nico

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Patti Yamikari in a casual Nico version

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Asami Stella of Navigators Cosplay as Happy Maker Nico

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NozoMinaj from Navigators Cosplay as Nico Minaj

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Nimoko’s Nippon Blog – Kyoto

Konnichi wa minna!

The last but beautiful stop during my Japan trip is Kyoto! It was the most beautiful city I have visited so far, very traditional, with so much nature and many temples and shrines that give you so much peace in your heart.

First of all, I’d like to show you pictures of Kyoto’s beautiful temples and shrines. Of course there are many others but unfortunately we didn’t have enough time to visit them all …

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Washing your hands before prayer is a Japanese tradition
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When Japanese people pray, they can make a wish and write it on a small paper or piece of wood
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These small wooden boards are called Ema
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This seems do be a traditional ritual but unfortunately I couldn’t find out the meaning of it 😦
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A beautiful small Japanese shrine
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The entrance of a Japanese palace in the middle of a park in Kyoto
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The temple itself

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I love these Japanese gardens, so peaceful and green …

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Japanese cemeteries look quite different from the ones we know in Europe. More crowded, but very peaceful though …
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The beautiful view over Kyoto from a cemetery near the temple on a mountain.
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Do you remember these traditional Japanese kimonos from my first blog entry? They are seen all over Kyoto and tourists can rent them in many shops.
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The famous Teramachi shopping street in Kyoto

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So many small shops with traditional Japanese food. I loved exploring them!
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And soooooo much Sakura (cherry blossom) flavored food <3<3
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Some shrines can even be found within the shopping areas
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I just had to capture this little puppet temple with the kawaii dancing puppet Miko (priestess) ❤
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View over the Kamogawa (Kamo river) in Kyoto

 

So this was my last entry in my Nippon blog and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did ^^ if you ever get the chance to travel to Japan, I highly recommend it to you!

Ja nee minna! <3<3