After a year of absence from my island, the Penang Anime Matsuri makes a splashy come back again!
Once again, Penang Anime Matsuri will be held on my island, at the Spice Arena, and falls on the 6th and 7th of June this year.
From the official Facebook page:
Look forward to a splashing good time on 6 & 7 June, at Setia SPICE Arena, Penang, Malaysia!
Check out Penang Anime Matsuri‘s Facebook page for more upcoming announcements!
Penang Anime Matsuri: Summer Splash
6 & 7 June 2020
Setia SPICE Arena, Penang, Malaysia
Stay tune for more announcements soon…
I’ve delayed this after report of my last Moon’s trip to Hi no Moto Land far long enough…
As years go by, my somewhat intense schedule really does hinder my leisure blogging recently.
Oh well onwards to the last part of my merry adventure~!
Day 5: Wading Through the Shallow Grass
Since I’m staying in the vicinity, I might as well pay a visit to the ever famous tourist spot in Asakusa: the Senso-ji.
Stepping through the Kaminari Mon that leads directly into the main temple itself, one can feel the intense stare casted upon oneself by the twin statues of the gate, Raijin and Fujin.
Day 3: Treasure Hunting
Continuing my journey to the Land of the Rising Sun, today I’m heading westward to Nakano along with my companion.
We’re to explore the titular Nakano Broadway, the treasure trove for second-hand goods and stuff, especially those of ACG origin.
Earlier the month, I’ve finally fulfilled one of my objective off my life-time to-do list: visiting the Land of the Rising Sun.
Yes, I’ve finally hopped onto a steel bird towards Japan, my first actual solo trip to a foreign land other than the annual pilgrimage to the City of the Fishy Lion…
As such, I had to abandon the idea of attending C3 Anime Festival Asia 2019, which will be held in the coming weekend…
Day 1: Departure
From my island, I had to take a short plane trip towards the capital of my country, where I stayed for another couple of hours before hitching onto the connecting flight towards my actual destination.