|thedelicatewallflower: Hey Shielle! ever heard the Manhua manga Billion Princess? i read some of it and looking at the picture it reminds me of Your Cao Ang. just in case your interested in new sources for icons. :)||
Oh her, yes? She’s so cute!!
I’m not sure if she would fit for the original timeline, but surely she would be perfect for child/teenager verse! Ahhh, thank you for this though, I’m going to start making some icons now *O*
|korraah: Hey Ria! :) I was wondering how you make a GIF transition from beginning to end like how yours does in your sidebar (it's almost like a slow flash idk how to explain it :/)|
I’m planning to add tag page to my blog and finish the roleplay page but HALE I’M TOO LAZY TO RETAG ALL MY POST
1. Shibuya Crossing
Shibuya Crossing is a good place to see the bright lights of Tokyo.
Shibuya has been featured in countless movies, television shows and music videos. It is arguably the most famous spot in Japan. Make sure to check out the little statue of Hachiko located in the square.
Hachiko was a dog (in the 1920s) who came to meet his owner every night at the station. His owner died but Hachiko continued to come each evening to wait for his return for over 10 years. In the evenings, you will see hundreds of people standing around Hachikowaiting for friends. The statue of Hachiko is the busiest meeting spot in Japan. After taking some photos of the crossing (much more photogenic at night). Take a walk up Sentagai (the street the crossing leads in to). Shibuya is a good place for shopping, dinner and drinks.