It’s Halloween tomorrow!
Japan also kind of celebrates Halloween although I’ve been told that’s just because Tokyo Disneyland has a Halloween event. Still decorations and costumes are everywhere, and what better way to record your costume than purikura? I’ve found some examples of people’s Halloween purikura and tried to work out what machines they used…
First up is the blogger/model above. You can see more of her Halloween purikura here. She’s only used simple stamps and pens but in Halloween colours. The simple pictures and plain backgrounds make me think that this is Lady By Tokyo.
This girl only has the one picture up but it’s perhaps the most festive frame! I’d say this was Otome3 or an earlier version.
This girl and her friend have some very cute pictures on her blog. From one of the other frames you can see that this is Lumi3 or 2.
No prizes for guessing that this is one of the Bami-Na series machines. She has a couple of other pics on her blog. One of which is another version of the collage which means they took two sets, girls after my own heart! A different girl has a Bambi-Na collage here where you can see a smaller Halloween frame too.
This girl has a Halloween collage and one other pic on her blog. I’m not sure of the machine but as it’s a collage I’d take a guess at either Day & Night or 7iro.
The Purikura Prince is a guy who takes solo purikura and has his own purikura book. How awesome is that? He’s a nice guy too I’ve got it and will write about it sometime. In the meantime he has some Halloween purikura from BF Manual 2 over here.
And lastly we have my own purikura from Halloween this year!