It's Monday, so it's time for another episode of, Kinmo... wait.... Fans already missing cross-cultural moe comedy Kinmoza! got a poke in the eye from the series' Twitter account, informing that tonight's broadcast of Hello!! Kin-iro Mosaic is.... nothing! Get a look after the jump.
Japanese fans of cross-culture comedy Kinmoza! hoping to visit Alice Cartalet's homeland can now get the details on international tourism agency CANTOUR's themed UK tour. Departing on Wednesdays through the end of 2016, with a minimum of four reservations, the five day tour visits Londo before going to rural Cotswolds and the Fosse Farmhouse that served as a model for Alice's house, with a stay at the bed and breakfast.
Otaku tourism is now going international as the return of Kinmoza! anime has put the idea of visiting the UK into the mind of otaku. The British Tourism Authority's Britain Park blog recently posted about the production team location scouting for the first season at Fosse Farmhouse. Shortly after, international tourism agency CANTOUR announced plans to offer a Kinmoza! themed UK tour. Get a look after the jump.
In time for April Fool's, Kinmoza! has tried living up to it's "golden" name, with the cast adopting some new hair colorizing and testing out if they do really have more fun. Get a look after the jump!
Cospa is living up to their name with a couple of interesting wearable items now for sale. With the Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic anime coming up, pre-order have launched for Karen Kujo parkas, available in three sizes and men's and ladies fits for 17,280 yens ahead of a July release via their Nijigencospa bishoujo label. And, as the KanColle anime docks for now, their Cospatio cosplay label has Sendai Class Light Cruiser uniforms.
This spring, following a winter broadcast of the anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, sequel Hello!! Kinmoza is set to air. A third preview offers the latest look at this cross-culture moe comedy. Check it out after the jump.
With Hello!! Kinmoza, the second anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, planned for spring and a second season of Koi's Is the Order a Rabbit? similarly in the works, the two Manga Time Kirara Max cute girl manga announced Hopping Festival collaboration. The May issue of the series' home magazine is announcing that the Animate stores will be rolling out the collaboration in April. More after the jump.
With Hello!! Kinmoza, the second anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, planned for spring and a second season of Koi's Is the Order a Rabbit? similarly in the works, the two Manga Time Kirara Max cute girl manga announced Hopping Festival collaboration earlier this month. News that the crossover will be rolled out across Animate anime character goods stores this spring was accompaned by a new visual.
Plenty of cute girls were sharing cute Valetine's online this holiday in Tweets or site top images from Kinmoza!, Non Non Boyori, Celestial Method and Gourmet Girl Graffiti. Is the Order a Rabbit? went real world with theirs with a "Hopping Heart" event that attracted impressive lines to Animate's ACOS Ikebukuro and ACOS Akihabara in hopes of getting chocolates with ChaosTCG QR. Get a look after the jump.
Now planned for spring, following a winter broadcast of the anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, a new commercial offers the latest look at Hello!! Kinmoza. Check it out after the jump.