Over multiple weekends, I decided to go the excitement route over the calm and peaceful experience. The first part of that being at Tokyo Game Show! For all you gamers and non-gamers alike, TGS is amazingly awesome, and all about Tokyo’s gaming culture (upcoming video games, launches, electronics, cosplay, etc!).
Tickets! They had the coolest design.
Inside was crazy packed, and there was so much going on.
There were more people at the PlayStation booth that the XBox booth (two of the biggest names in the gaming industry to date). I was one of those people!
There were also people in cosplay (costumes hand-made)!
While TGS was a great time and a great experience for my inner gamer, this past weekend was also amazing. We took a TUJ trip to Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park! This place is home to some of (what I thought) were the craziest rides I had ever been on– namely roller coasters. All of their coasters have world records for speed, flips, air pressure, you name it! Too bad you can’t take photos while ON the rides! We were attempting to do every roller coaster they had….and we did.
Probably one of the scariest coasters
You can’t have an amusement park without teacup rides.
I hope to have more weekends like this. It reminded me of being a kid again, and feeling like that from time to time is important. I would definitely do this again!