Jeshi Lost in…

Cause I have less sense than a goat

Day 9

Day 9 九日

Have you ever wonder how the magicaltreegoats did they make all the epic period dramas, anime, and DOMOKUN?!

Well…it’s all from this magical land call NHK Studio. *-*

There was a long, long, long, long, line to get in because it was the special something viewing. Loads of Johnny boybands.

Um..when you first walk in, there was this SUPERHIGHDEF screen and I was like *0*. It all seemed so real. Very thoughtful as well.

Then we wondered around through all the Johnny boys photos. Lady Mo got a photo with MatsuJun. I laughed. It was so cute. HAHAHA.

Mo and I then found out about the voice overs we can do. We can’t read Japanese but we made Bakuran better. We got everyone to do it afterwards. It was so…ROR. I think the American in me made me the loudest.

There’s also newcast mock up for people to try.

DOMOKUN WAS EVERYWHERE. DID YOU KNOW HE MADE A NOISE? THAT HE CAME FROM SPACE?! THAT WAFFLES FROM VENDING MACHINES ARE TASTY?!

Well, now you know.

Went around and saw all the sets of the period dramas. It was pretty. And very much illusion shattering.

O.
M.
G.
Giftshop.

So yeah I got my goods.

>___>

Afterward, we went wondering around Shibuya.

THEY HAVE THE MOST HAZARDOUS CROSSWALK EVER. OMG IT’S ALL A TRICK. You think you’re going one way but it’s really the other way and by the time you realized it, time’s up and a car is about to take you out for good. THE END.

But I SURVIVED. BE JEALOUS. HAHA!!

And Shibuya boys and girls are so cute and pretty. I think the wannabegangstas are the best. ❤

HOLD HANDS TO BE SAFE! >[

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