Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Today, Osaka's geek district Nipponbashi held a big street festival. The area's main drag was closed off to cars, allowing cosplayers to roam free and cause all sorts of cosplay chaos.

Every year at this event in particular, the costumes get more and more outrageous (though, there are some old favorites on display below). Either way, I love playfully fun cosplay!

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Many Japanese Twitter users, such as mamerialyuuyaaa were on hand, snapping pics for all to see. Let's have a look.

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

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Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

mamerialyuuyaaa

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Mr_yamasan0

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

ikaros

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

mamerialyuuyaaa

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

guile_guile

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

mamerialyuuyaaa

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

chusingura

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

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Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

mamerialyuuyaaa

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

mamerialyuuyaaa

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

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Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

aok_x

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

p_e_r_o_t_a

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

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Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

chusingura

Some of Japan's Most Wonderful And Strange Cosplay

Mikey_mugi

Top photos: DADDY_METAL/yuk381

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