What, it’s been six years since I started this blog? (WordPress tells me that Feb 27 is the day I registered with them)
/cues laughter GIF
Anyhow, I can still remember starting my first blog with my twin a LONG TIME AGO. Even longer than this blog’s anniversary.
What’s more, my twin and I are sharing a birthday today! I can’t believe it’s been so long since I started this blog and even more so on how far I’ve come.
You might see her anytime on my blog so I hope you stick around, lovelies ☺♡
I have a peculiar habit of adding a lot of shows to my list and when I do watch them, only a handful ends up getting some time from me.
Anyhow, I heard of the series from DC-related news and I’m surprised at how much it drew me in. (Read: I watched several episodes back-to-back…)
I am in the midst of adding something on the app that I didn’t realise that I tapped the publish button instead when it tells me that the draft is successfully saved.
I suppose a good night’s sleep is in order! 😅 I hope everyone has a lovely weekend ✨
If you’re celebrating the Lunar New Year, how has it been so far? I’d love to know!
Coming January 14, it will be FIVE WHOLE YEARS since Princess Closet first released on Ameba!
Ms. Nanami is inviting Princess Closet fans everywhere to write in your celebratory messages on Yosegaki, the website she has previously used for Kai and Akito’s birthdays as well 🙂
(Please refer to this post as to how to navigate the website and post your message!)
The cut-off time for the messages will be January 6, 11.59PM (Japan Standard Time, GMT+9)!
If you missed the link, here it is again: https://yosetti.com/mainyosegakis/invite?id=1529882&sc=UNBGL
Apparently, the Princess Closet Twitter had changed its icon to a Christmas theme a while back. If you missed it, check out Ms. Nanami’s post (in Japanese) here!
It’s a little late but Happy New Year everyone! Here is to another year of many good things, joy and peace for all of us! 🎉🎉
With 100 posts on the blog, it’s high time for me to talk about a change with my blog’s focus.
I started this blog to give my otome game fandom space. Almost nine years after stumbling upon free-to-play doujin otome games, it pretty much trickled to something I do IF I had long stretches of free time.
Anyhow, just a very roundabout way of saying I’ll be blogging about other things outside my usual consumption of games, manga and other Japan-related things.
On the other hand, I have been reading a lot. This year saw me reading plenty of new authors. What have you been doing outside of Japan-related hobbies? :3
The Princess Closet fans in Japan has once again got together to compile messages and various fan-made illustrations, stories into an album for Akito!
Check out Ms. Nanami’s post over here.
There are also various fan-made icons that you can use on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – change your icon on October 25 and gather around to celebrate our beloved photographer’s birthday 🙂
Ciagram has also released new icons for you to use on Twitter! The account’s icon now features a CG from their Halloween event with Akito. That is some costume the both of them are wearing ;’D
On another front, they have a small announcement (embedded above) tucked away on their pinned tweet, apparently, with tidings of a certain something in the works related to Princess Closet! They ask fans to look forward to further news.
Apologies for the very short time in between the timing of this post and the deadline for Kai’s birthday project (August 2 JST)!
You’re limited to 140 characters and please keep messages related to the character the game.
Yosetti is a website where you can make message cards and decorate them.
There are two methods to use Yosetti, you can either use it as a guest or make an account with them which gives you the ability to use their more elaborate functions.
The digital cards will then be printed and sent to Ms. Nanami who will be gathering the materials together to send to Ciagram.
Type your name and message in the respective input area and then choose the colour that you’d like to have. You can then preview them with the orange button below.
There would be a pop-up (no screenshot, sorry!), the text preview is on the left.
On the right are two tabs to choose your message box with or without your own icon/avatar (left tab) that you can upload as well as include any other kind of emoji symbols there (right tab).
When you’re done, just click the yellow button on the right and it’s submitted!
So last year, I went to Jalan-Jalan Japan, a spin-off venture of BookOff and a local company and found some Gun X Sword production materials which were from the limited editions of the DVD release.