From manga libraries, gaming rooms, cosplay boards, seller rooms, have bistros and visitor speakers; like voice entertainers, specialists and scholars. So regardless of what your inclinations are in regards to anime, you will constantly track down something to do. Both us and our mother are veteran con attendees and live by them. They have served us well and we want to believe that they can do likewise for you.
1) Consistently pre-register. This way it will cost less cash and you will not need to stand by in the extremely lengthy enrollment lines.
2) Never for any reason, wear a fluffy ensemble. Regardless is of whether you are going to the Icy circle. Try not to wear a fluffy creature suit or anything somewhat thick since you will be tacky and hopeless.
3) Consistently wear legitimate foot wear. That implies no stage shoes, 6-inch heels, back-peddles or specially designed anime shoes. We say hand crafted shoes since you will get them with a very sizable amount of chance to break them in, yet not have any desire to because of a paranoid fear of scratching, scraping or stepping in something gross while wearing them. Breaking in new shoes at a show resembles submitting yourself to torment. So except if you like your feet draining and sore, wear agreeable shoes that you have previously broken in. Shoes, school shoes, boots…anything that you know is agreeable for a long time and heaps of miles.
4) OK, we realize us as a whole need to very closely resemble our number one person, regardless of whether they have blue hair down to their feet; however on the off chance that you can keep away from it, do not wear a hairpiece. Not except if it is colder time of year and you are acquainted with wearing hairpieces. Take a stab at picking a person with your variety hair or biting the dust it on the off chance that you are OK with that or perhaps getting some hair expansions from a spot that sells them. That is the way we try not to wear them.
5) Consistently dress for the season and scene. In the event that it is the center of summer, do not pick a person with three jackets like Ed from Full Metal Chemist or Fai from Tsubasa Narratives. Notwithstanding, in the event that you are in Canada during winter, do not dress in a scanty outfit like Yuko from Gurren Lagann or Dark Stone Shooter. We encountered this once and at absolutely no point in the future will we wear three coats around mid.
6) Make sure to bring the easily overlooked details like a little emergency treatment unit some bandages, Advil, raw manga Tums and perhaps a little sewing pack in the event a mishap occurs. Likewise a sound tidbit and water candy or garbage, is yet some food that is truly sustaining. We continuously bring peanut butter and jam sandwiches and granola bars. In addition it is great to realize that the costs for food at shows are steep so be encouraged.