If you gave an anime fan like me a way to teleport into any anime I wanted to. Where would I go? That’s the question and prompt for the 5th day of the ANIMANGA festival, and yes I know this is coming late but I got the green light from the wonderful coordinators to still be able to do this luckily.
Anime and Manga are a big part of my daily life and many other fans of the medium from around the world. So am sure there are many places in anime we would all love to spend time particularly at.
Today, I will be introducing you to 5 places I think would be the best spots to go to, that I really think anyone would definitely fall in love with.
And if you would like to visit them, some of the ticket booking might be available at the ANIMANGA Festival!
KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!
KonoSuba to me is a wonderful world to get lost in from its unique characters to its beautiful and peaceful scenery when nothing is happening. Plus it’s a fantasy world.
It’s a world that doesn’t take itself too seriously, focusing on slice of life shenanigans making fun of everything and everyone. Wouldn’t mind spending time in the places and people of this world. And don’t forget adventuring.
My Hero Academia
Cause for one I’m a sucker for heroes and superpower genres, but I really like the way the world is really realistic about how much skill and hard work go hand in hand. You can’t be the best if you don’t put in the work and even then sometimes even that is not even enough. It’s a harsh an unforgiving world.
And I would just love being a hero in training with a cool quirk and maybe meet All Might or Deku someday, maybe I could be Deku’s sidekick or the next person to be given One For All.
The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior
The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior is a beautifully coloured world with unique and oddball characters, I would just love to be around. It’s a regular world but with quite unique people I would love to eat and sleep under the same roof as.
The Kawai Complex is a place filled with a lot of love, humour and real life issues we all have from friends to relationships and everything else just experienced with people that are good friends.
Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions
Grimgar is a wonderful world I wouldn’t mind being in. Yes, it’s a serious world where death is behind every turn when you are adventuring but the camaraderie, beautiful places and the wonderful sunrise and sunsets make up for all the negatives. It’s a world where you can really go on an adventure.
The spirit realm is definitely a tunnel I would go through to see the different and colourful world with its different time of inhabitants from cute to really strange and weird. There is a lot of things to do in this beautiful animated world. But the cuisine is definitely a No No.
So that’s all thank you for sticking around till the end of my rambling.
Till next time keep dreaming.
20 something year old, spending a lot of free time watching anime, playing video games, reading manga, sometimes meeting new people and learning game Dev.
Loves battle shounen, slice of life, comedy, horror or anything that has an interesting plot.