August 30, 2008


Day 1 of Animelo just passed. It was a bad idea to explore Ikebukuro in the morning because the concert itself is a massive test of stamina. After tomorrow I will never walk again. Too tired to title this post.

Highlights of the day include seeing Suara, Mizuki Nana, Minorin, and Yukari. ESPECIALLY YUKARI...getting to draw hearts to Koiseyo Onnanoko, getting zapped with the MEROMERO stick, and actually implementing the moves taught to the meron song in the latest Chelsea Girl DVD (good thing I watched that before I left).

Posted by Paranda at August 30, 2008 10:29 AM


Sounds like you need to soak your legs in some hot water; get the circulation going and get that lactic acid out of your legs and reduce that soreness. You'll need it for Sunday's performance, I'm guessing. ^_^

Did Yukarin have dancers in the background for Koiseyo Onnanoko? Did they have those fake Pucchans?

Posted by: tenton at August 30, 2008 1:37 PM

Yeah Yukari brought her dancers for all her songs. No Pucchan or cats spotted that I can remember though. It was the first act so I was still semi-overwhelmed with the situation. I still wish they did that song later since I was unprepared for Yukari just running in with no warning and then having to scramble to find my ultra oranges while debating whether the few seconds it takes to find them was worth it to look away from the concert. I also forgot to mention Koiseyo was actually a duet with Nana.

Posted by: paranda at August 30, 2008 8:14 PM

LOL, I was just exploring Ikebukuro the night before... Unfortunately spending the night in yet another dodgy nternet cafe meant my stamina was zapped already... I actually semi-dozed off at certain parts of the event... Of course the shouting Minorin fans next to me made sure that didn't ahppen for too long...

Posted by: issa-sa at September 2, 2008 4:37 AM

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