oshi

Oshi stick for taking photos of photos of your favorite celebs and characters, selling at Daiso

Works great for dolls, figures, and models too.

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Dedicate your savings to your oshi of choice with this new buildable offertory box

Pay homage to your favorite character or idol (“oshi”) while building your bank.

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Support your faves and avoid oshikatsu burnout — advice from our resident otaku

Being a super fan isn’t as easy as it might seem, but you can avoid burnout with these tips!

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For the working otaku – Convertible bags you can take to work and anime/idol events【Photos】

Clever design lets you transform from serious professional to hardcore fan in seconds flat.

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Japanese karaoke rooms become live concert venues for otaku and oshikatsu

A place where you can dance with your idol like no one is watching.

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English for otaku – New book provides fans with skills to internationalize their oshikatsu

Because the Japanese school system isn’t going to teach them how to say “The set list is lit!”

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Nearly half of Japanese women in survey have an idol singer or anime crush

And the vast majority want to look good when they go to see them.

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Tokyo cafe serves special drinks and desserts for your anime crush, welcomes otaku/fujoshi diners

If your definition of the perfect table for two is one for you and your 2-D oshi, you’ll want to stop by this kominka cafe.
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Supporting anime/idol crush tops Japanese teen girls’ New Year’s cash spending targets【Survey】

For those who aren’t planning to hang on to their monetary presents from grandma and grandpa, advancing their oshi is the top plan.

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Japanese otaku now have special trash box just for merch of their former anime and idol crushes

“I don’t love my crush anymore, but I want someone else to give them their love,” says message on Kyoto container.

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