Mashu Kyrielight Cosplay Catastically Beautiful

When we see cat girls and frilly clothes, the word Japan immediately comes into mind. These cat girls are seen so commonly in anime, manga, and games that we can almost immediately assume that it’s part of the Japanese “kawaii” culture.

Even Japanese idols, models, and artists don cat ears when they want to be seen as cute. With the cat girl’s origin dating back to the early 1950s and 1960s, surely, for Japan, this cat girl trend is not just a passing fancy craze but it has indeed been engraved into their pop culture.

Undoubtedly, cat girl trend has become popular in cosplay as well with cosplayers and otakus alike finding it captivating to add cat ears to cosplay.

To add to the countless number of cat girl cosplay, is this cosplay of Mashu Kyrielight from Fate/Grand Order by this Chinese cosplayer with the pseudonym 陌酱死变态 (Mò jiàng sǐ biàntài).

Posted by on 11/26/2017. Filed under Cosplay, IRL. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry
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