AnimeCon was one of the first events I ever visited, about 5 years ago. This time it’s being held in Ahoy, Rotterdam. Which was a big change, from rooms to multiple big hall’s, but they used portable wall’s to compensate and isolate activities. I noticed
Dokomi is one of the biggest events in the Netherlands held in Düsseldorf, Germany. I noticed the there were more day long events than workshops or lectures. There was enough food to get but it was pricey and you could expect a long waiting line.
The next destination on our list was Mount Haruna, a mountain known for the appearance in the Initial_D TV series. We had our hotel at the feet of the mountain, so that made it perfect for paying a visit. We just stepped out of our
The event was held at the World Fashion Center in Amsterdam. Tomo was early this year, the event existed in multiple halls for Food, gaming, stage an off course a big dealers room. There was apparently no theme and the decoration was limited. Furthermore it been crowded in a good way compared with the year previous when the building definitely reached
This year the festive month was kicked off even more cheerfully for lovers of rhythm games. On the 1st of December 2018, the eighth edition of DDR-Exp was held in the Games Guild in Alphen aan den Rijn. An event by the community, for the
The 16th edition of Winterfair in the Archeon, luckily the weather forecast was better than the year before. There was a bit less decoration and fewer activities setup, maybe because of the weather or the amount of people predicted to come. The event itself was
The winter edition of Dutch Comic Con is back. The big halls of the Jaarbeurs where filled with fans of the American and a bit of the Japanese comic culture. Although the name comic con it appeared much more than that. For example there was
During the International Pump Fest, the country’s best players come together to match themselves against the rest of the world. After a national qualification round, the top 6 men and women proceeded to the IPF round where they could compete for a placement in the
We left tokyo to go towards the north of Japan. We could choose between the tourist route or the toll route. We navigated as close to the sea as possible. Many places in Japan have large stone shock breakers to protect from all the erosion.
Our journey continues in Shinjuku, an area within Tokyo itself. We stayed there in the Hanabi hotel at the edge of the area. As opposed to the mattresses we had in the hotel before this, we had traditional futons, which were (surprisingly enough) not that