Koharu Sugawara – perfection.


I can’t lie, I’m obviously in love with her. She’s a dancer/choreographer and her dancing skills are just on another level. You should definitely check out all of her videos, especially if you are interested in dancing. The way she moves is amazing, smooth and always on point.

Koharu Sugawara was born  on February 14th, 1992. She started dancing at the age of 10, and it turned out to be her way of life.

I am dancing to this day, under the belief that dance can be stronger than words. – Koharu Sugawara

At the age of 18 she flew to Los Angeles where she formed her own unique dancing style. Koharu’s style is still evolving, she’s getting better and better, and I don’t know how is it even possible!

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Misako Aoki – cuteness overload.

I was searching for something to read and look what I found. An old article in the Otaku magazine (summer issue, 2012). To be honest I heard about this girl, but I don’t know why I haven’t read this article back then.

I’ll explain it as simple as possible, Misako Aoki is the ambassador of cuteness. Japan’s Kawaii Ambassador. And you know what? It’s official! Cool, right?


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NoelKreissYou either love or hate Final Fantasy. The one I was playing recently is Final Fantasy XIII-2. Well, I wanted to get it for a long time, but I wasn’t quite sure, ‘couse the demo version wasn’t so amazing, and I had high expectations for the game.

I was lucky enough to find a really cheap one in the used games store. It was in perfect condition, so I thought, why not?

The game itself is very original. It could be confusing at first, but for me, it’s only for good. I like it when the storyline is complicated. You can go to the different locations in the order you want, the only condition is for you to open the timegate before. What is interesting, is that what the characters say is pretty much based on which location have you already visited.

And the beginning of the game throws you right into the battle with final boss. Nice, huh? Crazy stuff.

So yeah, you are the time traveler. And you have to save the world. And find Lightning. It’s not an easy job, is it? But hey, Noel is strong. And Serah becomes stronger and stronger during the game. Those two main characters create an awesome combo :3

As for lvl’ing up, in Noel’s case, I focused on commando. In Serah’s case, I focused on ravager. The main setup that I use for battle is Noel – commando, Serah – ravager, monster – medic. The other one that I use mostly to weaken the enemy is Noel – commando, Serah – saboteur, monster – commando. For the boss fights, I use the second setting first, and than quickly change to the first one. It’s pretty much effective.serah

I was kinda panicking at first, becouse I started on normal mode, not an easy one. But it turned out that playing on easy mode would be just plain boring. But I guess it’s good for people who get lost easily and didn’t play a game like this before.

The only thing that annoys me, is that the game sometimes slows down, you can’t go any further if you don’t find an item. Endless searching for everything is making the game loose some of its dynamics. Searching takes twice as long, becouse monsters are appearing all the time, and you can’t look for the things you need in peace, and that, sometimes makes me turn off the console. But… I’m always coming back xD

Rainbow bridge

Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo was built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries in 1987-1993. It’s a suspension bridge. There are lamps placed on the wires supporting the bridge, which are illuminated into different colors using solar energy obtained during the day. The illumination changes in color depending on events, days and hours for the enjoyment of viewers. Nice, isn’t it? While drivers can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Tokyo’s waterfront area and the night scene, people can cross the bridge on the walkways open to the public for free.

Tokyo Tower

Today we’re changing a theme for a little. Let’s go to Japan!

A while ago I’ve found a very old animation and, since I got really emotional, decided to write about main point of it- Tokyo Tower. As you can probably tell, it’s located in Tokyo. To be more precise, Shiba-koen district of Minato. The tower is not only observation type, but also communications type. If you watch anime, you know about Fuji TV, right? Eventually the broadcasting function was mostly taken away by Tokyo Skytree.
The tower was completed in 1958. The structure is inspired by Eiffel Tower. It’s 333m high and got 16 floors. Cool, isn’t it?