Adorable train, isn’t it!
“Tama (たま?, born April 29, 1999) is a female calico cat who gained fame for being a station master and operating officer at Kishi Station on the Kishigawa Line in Kinokawa, Wakayama, Japan.”/Wikipedia
“In spring 2009, the Wakayama Electric Railway introduced a new “Tama Densha” (たま電車 Tama train?) train on the line which was customized with cartoon depictions of Tama. In August 2010, the station building at Kishi was rebuilt with a new structure resembling a cat’s face.”/Wikipedia
Sanrio and Moxi teamed up to create a pair of retro style skates and Orsi Public Relations shared this news with some key media influencers who tweeted and blogged about it.
The “news you need to know,” is all subjective, and our contacts at Newsday, Nitrolicious and GlamazonDiaries and other young, hip outlets are keenly aware of their audiences and the information they want. And they want all the latest information on Sanrio and Hello Kitty merchandise!
I love that Yoshiki is doing SXSW. Maybe some stinky hipsters can feel the souls hidden under thier intentionally uggness.
Hologram Piano Battle!
And here you’ll see more footage of Yoshiki vs his hologram that performed with “Art of Life” at his private event at SXSW in Austin. (March 14th, 2014)
Artist: Yoshiki Hayashi (林 佳樹)
Occupations: Drums, piano, manager, composer, record producer, businessman, entrepreneur, fashion designer, radio personality
X Japan: Formed X-Japan and became their leader
Today: Works with a lot of different projects
Founder of: Extasy Records
Birthday: November 20th 1965
S.K.I.N (with Gackt, Sugizo and Miyavi)
X Japan (still active)
Kawaii fashion designer and founder of the 6% DOKIDOKI label in Tokyo’s Harajuku district, Sebastian Masuda’s first solo exhibition in the US, “Colorful Rebellion – Seventh Nightmare” is cuteness overload! The exhibition is currently running in NYC at Kianga Ellis Projects in Chelsea and I wish I had a teleporter so I could check it out.