It’s summer again in Japan, which means the return of many things, like shaved ice snacks, seeing guys’ nipples through their shirts, and Obon festivals. And much like these things, we can also count on idol/blogger/cosplayer/gamer extraordinaire Shoko Nakagawa, a.k.a. Shokotan, to be covered in the discarded husks of cicadas every summer.
You never really grow out of wanting to be a Pokémon master. Even if you’re no longer a kid and now have a 9-5 job with bills and responsibilities. This new “Pokémon lifestyle magazine“, aptly titled Pokémon Life, is aimed at working adults who still have a fondness for their beloved childhood franchise.
While touring Asia this July, Japanese Singer and television personality Shoko Nakagawa (often called Shokotan) was confronted by two young fans with a costume that could be interpreted as brashly mocking her were instead praised by the artist as Genius.
Looking at the picture, though, it might be hard to see what the problem is. People with a background in art might be able to figure it out.