Shinjuku’s bright lights bring out the best in everyone.
This year’s Rainbow Festival is Sunday, August 17 between 3 pm and 6 pm. I’ll try to wear my yukata.
Running the risk of appearing to be pajamas, the matching shirt and shorts looks is calling my name!
I’ll bet he needed no 3D software to create the marvel on top of his head.
In Shinjuku, via Tokyo Reporter.
Tokyo’s LGBT parade will take place on Sunday, April 27 this year. Here’s information about the parade, and also about Rainbow Week, which extends across the public holiday. See you in Yoyogi park!
The mascot is a flying squirrel that lives in Shinjuku named Tobe. The name combines the Japanese word “fly” (飛ぶ) and the English word “to be” signifying personal expression.
Looking toward the sky at Tori no ichi festival, at Hanazono shrine. I wonder what’s up there.
Good luck in 2014, Club Distance hosts! I hope that more money translates into BIGGER hair. Let’s pray together.