Which Anime Room Decor is Your Favorite?
Posted On July 29, 2021
The theme of this month’s Anime Room decor article We’re going to do this in chronological order of our favorite rooms for this month.
You can see the full list here.
This is the first of two articles dedicated to the various rooms available in Japan.
For this first article, I’m going to start with the best room in Tokyo’s Akihabara neighborhood.
The “Tsukuba” Room is known for its beautiful and large-scale displays of anime and manga, and you’ll see it featured on a number of floors of this famous shopping center.
The Akihabaras largest theater is also located here, and the theater is a huge draw for anyone who visits Japan.
You’ll find lots of manga, anime, and anime merchandise, as well as a variety of toys, dolls, books, and even manga figurines.
The room’s main floor is packed with anime merchandise and cosplay, and it’s also home to a variety inanimate objects.
Here’s a quick look at what you can expect to see: One of the most popular rooms in Tokyo for cosplay and anime fans is the “Tsubasa” room.
The cosplay room is often the first stop on the tourist trail in Tokyo, and a huge part of the cosplay scene.
The rooms are decorated in a unique fashion and have an extensive selection of anime related items.
The Tsubasa room has a huge selection of cosplay items.
In addition to the typical anime and comic merchandise, you’ll find cosplay costumes, manga figures, plush toys, and much more.
The staff here are super-friendly, so there are lots of people willing to show you their cosplay.
There are also free classes and classes that have anime and cosplaying instructors, and there are cosplay workshops and competitions that take place.
If you’re interested in cosplaying, it’s an absolute must visit.
The other room on this list is the one that I mentioned above, “Goro-chan” (ボクンチャ).
This room is where cosplayers gather in a variety, from anime to cosplay to anime memorabilia.
This room also has a large selection of books, manga figurine, toys, anime merchandise (even manga posters), and a variety food vendors.
There’s also free cosplay classes and cosplayers have free class workshops to learn how to do their costumes.
This cosplay area is great for beginners, and anyone who loves cosplay can come here to learn.
There is also free manga cosplay lessons here, so if you want to learn more, this is a great place to start.
“Tama” is another cosplay-heavy room, and this one has a much smaller cosplay crowd.
The only cosplayers allowed here are the ones who have a cosplay license, and all cosplayers are welcome to cosign.
The atmosphere here is friendly and relaxing, and cosplays are welcome, and if you’re going cosplay you can even wear costumes!
If you’ve been in Tokyo this month, I’d highly recommend checking out this room.
It’s a great space for cosplaying and there is also a cosplaying cafe that sells cosplay accessories, books and anime memorables.
If your going to cosplaying in Japan, make sure to come to Tokyo’s Tsubasana Hall.
The largest room in the Tama area is the main hall, and I recommend going there if you plan on attending a convention or a special event in Japan for a limited time.
I’ve only seen cosplayers there once and that was in 2013, so I’d strongly recommend going here for cosplays and coscon.
You also have the “Battleship” room, which has the best view of Tokyo’s skyline.
The Battleship room is packed full of cosplayers, anime memorablities, cosplay booths, and food vendors (and there’s also a free cosplaying workshop for beginners).
This cosplaying room is always packed full and cosplayed up, and has a lot of anime memorable items.
It also has an amazing collection of manga and anime related merchandise, and they even have an anime themed cosplay workshop.
If all you want is cosplay but you’re unable to go, you can also go to the “Mii Lounge” and the “Mystic Land” rooms, which are both packed full.
The “Shiratori Room” has one of the largest cosplay communities in Tokyo.
The Shiratori room is a very cosplay friendly room and there’s plenty of cosplaying to be found here.
There have been several anime related cosplay competitions and cosplayer awards.
If you’re into cosplay then I recommend visiting the “Shigatsu” Room.
The “Mikado Room” is the only room on our list that has cosplay in it.
The Mikado room is full of people who