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Boa Hancock Battle Version by rlkitterman
Boa Hancock Battle Version
"The world will never cease to forgive my actions [...] because I am beautiful!"

"Pirate Empress" Boa Hancock is the only female member of the Shichibukai (Seven Warlords of the Sea) privateers, the Snake Princess of Amazon Lily, and the ruler of the Kuja tribe.  The Mero-Mero Fruit (falling in love) lets her petrify her enemies Gorgon-style with a heart-shaped aura, which she is projecting in this "battle version" figurine on display at the Yodobashi-Akiba camera store.
Violet by rlkitterman
Violet, or Viola, is a former Donquixote pirate and princess of Dressrosa.  Having consumed the Giro-Giro Fruit (glare/stare), she is able to read minds, and what she has read has made her generally cynical about men.  This figurine at the Yodobashi-Akiba camera store shows her in her flamenco-dancing outfit.
Keihan Type 60 Biwako Railcar by rlkitterman
Keihan Type 60 Biwako Railcar
The Type 60 Biwako (Lake Biwa) articulated electric railcar entered service on the Keihan Electric Railway in 1934.  Around this time, Keihan was looking to promote itself as a true Kyoto-Osaka interurban railway rather than just a commuter line, and decided to capitalize on the international streamlining movement.  The railcars were based on Brill streamliners used by the Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis Railway in the American state of Maryland, and were built by Nippon Sharyo and Kawasaki.  The Biwako cars remained in service until 1970, and at least one set has been preserved.  This model of a Biwako streamliner is on display at the Hara Model Railway Museum in Yokohama.
Nami with Clima-Tact by rlkitterman
Nami with Clima-Tact
After Nami's bo-staff is upgraded into the three-piece Clima-Tact by Usopp, she is able to fight with weather-based attacks.  This Figuarts figurine of Nami preparing to attack with her Clima-Tact is on display at the Yodobashi-Akiba camera store.
It's been six months since I arrived in Shizuoka, and I've found myself adapting more and more to living and working in Japan as time goes by.  This spring, I am looking forward to revisiting Tokyo and Yokohama, and possibly the Oigawa Railway.  I would also like to visit some new places such as Hiroshima and Osaka later in the spring or summer.  Anywhere else in Japan you'd recommend visiting?  I will also keep working on my model railway project, time and money permitting, with an eye toward expanding the shunting operations and running more freight trains.  I am also saving up for a couple of trips abroad later this year, which I will reveal in the future.
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Hedwig's Theme by John Williams
  • Reading: A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking
  • Watching: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
  • Playing: ...with trains
  • Eating: Spaghetti bolognese
  • Drinking: Red wine


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JSH50 Featured By Owner 8 hours ago
Thank you for the fave! :)
Sanna2011 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
thanks for the fave!
tsukiko-kiyomidzu Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you for the fav!^^
rlkitterman Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome!
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