Cosplayer Halloween Event in Tokyo

In Japan, Halloween isn’t simply celebrated the evening of 31 October. It’s praised on the end of the week before it also, when individuals don’t have work or school the following day so they’re ready to remain out until the extremely early times, going to gatherings or hanging out at road occasions in their cosplay ensembles.

The most prominent spot in Tokyo to assemble in the city during Halloween is the Shibuya Scramble Crossing, however it’s by all account not the only spot where individuals in cosplay come join in the festivities. Ikebukuro has its own three-day Halloween occasion called Ikebukuro Halloween Cosplay Fest, and this year it was hung on 26 and 27 October with several unique visitors in participation for the opening service.

For some individuals in Japan, the two ladies in the picture above need no presentation: Misato Ugaki (imagined right) is a 28-year-old TBS Television host who has been known to dress in cosplay for TV appearances, and 25-year-old Enako (envisioned left) is generally alluded to as “Japan’s main cosplayer” who acquires more than one million yen (US$9,481) a month through cosplay.

Enako had been enrolled to go about as the “envoy” during the current year’s Ikebukuro Halloween Cosplay Fest, or “Ikehalo” as it’s usually known, so we made a beeline for the occasion for an opportunity to see her in the substance. Enako has been known to cause anarchy at whatever point she shows up at Comiket, and when we landed at the primary stage, we saw that her fans, and countless the press, were at that point gathering around to get a perspective on the expert cosplayer.

After around 30 minutes, the opening function started, with the Toshima Ward Mayor venturing out as Luffy from One Piece. The civic chairman has demonstrated his help for the yearly occasion by showing up in cosplay previously, and as he addressed the group, we need to concede we barely paid heed to what he was stating, as we were eager for Enako to exit and elegance us with her quality.


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