Last Tuesday, I went to Roppongi Hills in Tokyo for the Cardcaptor Sakura Exhibition with my childhood bestfriend Aya (from Manila)! It was a super heart-warming experience for me and Aya because we used to watch Cardcaptor Sakura during our adolescent years (lol). Imagine being in the same city with your childhood best friend & visiting a special exhibition that is extremely close to both of your hearts? It was such a great memory that I would love to reminisce & reminisce again! :”)
All the feels!
Cardcaptor Sakura Exhibition Official Website
Limited time & only until January 3, 2019!
Price for university students / adults: 1,800 JPY
Click this link for the ticket / access guide!
Clueless about this series? Read the plot / synopsis here.
Here’s an overdue photo diary of my Cardcaptor Sakura x Animate Cafe Ikebukuro visit weeks ago! Thank you Justin for the photos! : ) You can read / view the previous CCS pop-up store blog entry here.
Spinel Sun & Keroberos ~
Animate Cafe Official Website
CCS coasters for collection ~
Currently taking a lunch break at work right now and thought I should already publish this overdue blog entry of my Cardcaptor Sakura Shop visit last week! 🙂
Finished the #Hobonichi With Me + shop walk-through video days ago as well. If you haven’t watched it yet, click here! ?
Right after work, I went straight to Shinjuku even if it was heavily raining that day.
(To those who want to explore Shinjuku’s own version of kawaii shops, Shinjuku Marui Annex is the place by the way ~)
Luckily, they housed a limited shop / pop-up shop for Cardcaptor Sakura merch!
It will be up only until October 4!
Also, I can’t wait for my first CCS cafe visit during one of my breaks in October ~
Fortunately, visitors / fans were allowed to take some photos!
I have lots of Cardcaptor Sakura merch available at my store. Click here for the entire catalogue.
OMG LOOK AT THE CAKES