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Allinia Luna Japan 2017 Max Upgrade

If you’ve stumbled across this page one way or another, thank you for stopping by!

I’ve been blogging about Japanese collectibles & various hobbies — with an accompanying store — since 2011/2012-ish. I have made a handful of cosmetic changes during that time period, but I’ve never upgraded the underlying software… so both my blog & store were terribly, horribly outdated.

So today — welcome to the brand new blog (๑>◡< ๑)♡

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Trying Out a New Blogging Style

Hello friends, trying out an entirely new blog style today!

For five thousand and one different reasons, I’ve been neglecting my blog & personal website — mainly because during my anime goods shop into a full time business has left little time for anything else!

Twitter has become my go-to place to share updates with my life & hobby happenings. However, it’s extremely limited with the amount of characters I can use, and I still desperately desire a place to document all my collections.

So this is my test site for now! I’m hoping it will allow for both long, in-depth entries (when I have the time) as well as serve as a place to quickly share new happenings & merchandise news ☆︎

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The Collector’s Guide to Itabags

Rubber straps, badges, pins, and other similar small items have always posed a problem to me as a collector. I really love this type of merchandise, but never could find a proper display technique, so they would often end up in boxes… and then the boxes would pile up and up….

Enter the itabag!!! Itabags are my current obsession and the absolute perfect solution to showing off my small ‘useable’ collectibles like straps and keychains and pins, while still keeping them in pristine condition. If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you’ve most likely seen at least some pictures of my Love Live-themed bags.

Without further ado, let’s answer some common questions I get about itabags!

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