Not everybody is good with social interactions or conversations. Obviously, it's not required to interact with other wotas just because there's a bunch around, but it can make for a more rewarding overall experience if you do. If you're interested in some random tips for making some international friends, here are some pointers.
The next part in this series covers the most common form of transportation one will use in Japan, the train.
Find the inspiration to get some exercise in your life through combining your idol fandom with a workout routine.
Deeply flawed, but highly entertaining in spite of its incredibly biased and typical analysis.
Selective Hearing takes a look at the BBC Four Documentary Tokyo Girls which explores the Japanese pop music industry and its focus on traditional beauty ideals, confronting the nature of gender power dynamics at work.
TOZ explains why he can't bring himself to watch the last concert. Not yet, anyway.
The final event guide covers smaller Hello! Project events that can be considered "nice to go to" but are not essential to attend.
℃-ute Cutie Circuit ~De retour à Paris~ Live and Fan Meet & Greet Report, from the perspective of a live concert newbie!
This part of the series covers another of the pressing questions that one asks, "Do you really need to know Japanese to get around?"