According to this survey, tracksuit gym uniforms aren’t as bad as some more popular cosplay choices.
Before-and-after profile shots show the different effects produced by small and medium sizes.
Comiket sizzled on opening day with hot beauties from favourites like One Piece, Love Live!, and even Pokémon.
From Love Live! to The iDOLM@STER and Puella Magi Madoka Magica, we take a look at some of the most popular characters and cosplayers at this year’s event in Japan.
The surprising heads have an equally surprising price tag.
Get out your Poké Balls! It’s time to catch a cute Pikachu!
Women in Japan and across the world commemorated the 70th birthday of the bikini on July 5 by showing off their beach bodies on the internet.
Now you can go swimming in your maid’s costume this summer.
Bring the crazy spirit of Harajuku fashion culture to your wardrobe by adding a giant slice of raw fish to your outfit.
Tokyo finally has an actual store filled with beauty and fashion goods aimed at anime-loving adults!
Her costumes and backdrop make the post-apocalyptic setting feel very real.
This cosplaying kitten and his adorable poses are all you need to get through Monday.
It’s the perfect way to stand out while staying dry during the rainy season.
Yesterday was Maid’s Day and gorgeous girls from Japan celebrated in the best way possible — with lots of cute poses and photos!
WatchMojo.com counts down the top 10 most famous faces on the cosplay scene.
Cosplaying becomes infinitely more magical when it’s immortalised as anime-style artwork.
Japanese cosplayer Nekomu Otogi gives fans something that is sure to add a little “bounce” to their day: smartphone cases and mousepads resembling her cleavage.
The world of Howl’s Moving Castle becomes much more magical when your real grandmother cosplays as Sophie.
August in Japan is the month of summer concerts, from the internationally celebrated Summer Sonic series, to record label Avex Trax’s annual A-Nation festival. Of course, let’s not forget to mention the Animelo Summer Live series, known popularly as Anisama (an abbreviation of anime and the Japanese pronunciation of “summer”) by Japanese fans of anime songs.
This year’s opening day of the concert series saw an unusual display of love for hit anime series Love Live! in the form of a group of guys dressing up like old-school Japanese biker gang delinquents, complete with long coats depicting their favorite characters. However, it looks like a number of Japanese Twitter users are ready for the Love Livers to tone their passion down a notch, as the online critics were decidedly unimpressed with the outfits.