rorainjapan:

Takadanobaba’s Shirokuma Cafe

This place is adorable!! On the weekends, they charge an extra 200 yen for playing the anime on HD screens.

I got the Panda-kun Parfait which was vanilla ice cream, matcha, azuki, and cereal for 690 yen. It was alright. The atmosphere is really nice though. They sell goods at the front of the store, and then have to cute life-sized stuff animals at the counter. And the workers there are actually like the workers in the anime! There’s Shirokuma (the bald guy), Sasako (girl with the bandanna), and Rinrin (ikemen with the glasses)! Haha, they kept to the roles pretty well. And with my parfait, I got to roll the dice to get a complementary coaster (I got my two favorite characters on one (llama & panda)!!) :D

Unfortunately, we went to a different cafe after we finished eating our cakes and parfaits because the Internet connection didn’t work. But overall, fun experience. Would go back there for the whole day and watch Shirokuma Cafe. :3

http://www.shirokumacafe.net
http://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1305/A130503/13150323/

(via cutesythuglife)

arashianeel:

“I definitely think Matsumoto-kun is someone who is extremely prudent and serious. I consider it a somewhat of a game of catch where we’re throwing the ball at them with all our strength, so with Matsumoto-kun it really does feel like the game is being played in earnest, in the best sense of the word. That is why I want to try not to let anything slip. Matsumoto-kun’s sharp intuition is something we have to guard ourselves against. I’m not an expert at soccer at all, but if we were to compare this to soccer, Matsumoto-kun would be the one who suddenly kicks a ball all the way from the defender’s side of the field and score the decisive goal. I think that’s really amazing.”-Tanaka Hirofumi, Anishi Producer
/8 days to go before our game planner-defender turns 31~

arashianeel:

I definitely think Matsumoto-kun is someone who is extremely prudent and serious. I consider it a somewhat of a game of catch where we’re throwing the ball at them with all our strength, so with Matsumoto-kun it really does feel like the game is being played in earnest, in the best sense of the word. That is why I want to try not to let anything slip. Matsumoto-kun’s sharp intuition is something we have to guard ourselves against. I’m not an expert at soccer at all, but if we were to compare this to soccer, Matsumoto-kun would be the one who suddenly kicks a ball all the way from the defender’s side of the field and score the decisive goal. I think that’s really amazing.”-Tanaka Hirofumi, Anishi Producer

/8 days to go before our game planner-defender turns 31~

(via reikurosawa-a)