With the efforts of the japanese culture community and Kimono PH, traditional clothing is now becoming easier to find. More people in the lolita community are collecting kimono pieces, so early in July we wore Wa to watch Re:Life!
I think almost every country has a Little Tokyo. In the Philippines, one such place is in Makati. Kat suggested that we have dinner at a popular restaurant called Kikufuji, and everyone jumped at the chance to do a Wa themed meet! Since it was a hot day then (34°C) most of us opted for… Continue reading Comm meet: Little Tokyo
This Monday, we took advantage of the holiday to have lunch and visit several spots in Pasay. The area known as Entertainment City features huge, lavish integrated resorts. Normally it's a 2 or 3-hour slog on EDSA, but long weekends are amazing: we got there in a little over an hour. To skip ahead to… Continue reading Exploring the Okada
I thought I was done with the Wa series, but there are always new challenges in store. This time, the unusual color palette of a furisode pushed me to make a coordinate with an OP instead of a skirt. I imagine the same process would apply for a JSK.
Got a sweet tooth? For the month of February, our comm organized a meet at the newly-opened Dessert Museum at the Conrad S Maison in Pasay. What started as ‘hey they have a giant plastic gummy bear’ snowballed into one of our biggest meets yet, thanks to the dedication of our event organizer Kristina.
This is part of a series on Traveling in Lolita during the fall season. For Day 1, the emphasis was on comfort. This was what I would be flying in, so I wanted a coordinate that would be easy to move around in.
Here is the start of another mini-series of posts on this blog! I'll be writing about my recent quick trip to Tokyo and Osaka. The posts are written from the perspective of someone who lives in 32°C weather, so I will be putting much more emphasis on layering and packing for bear than someone from temperate climates.