Eva Goes Solo

Eva Goes Solo

She currently posts a new comic strip every Monday on her blog and Facebook. When not drawing, she likes to do yoga, taichi and travel. She also teaches drawing sometimes. EVACOMICS EVACOMICS EVACOMICS.BLOGSPOT.COM WWW.EVA.SG PATREON.

Author: Evangeline Neo

Publisher: Tusitala (RLS) Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9789811143021

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 128

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Eva has always wanted to experience life in Japan. But upon her arrival there to pursue a master’s degree, she soon finds that it’s not entirely like what she’d gleaned from reading manga and watching anime.From dirty dorms and Japanese bureaucracy to natural disasters and hay fever-inducing pollen, Eva’s stay in Japan was no walk in the cherry blossom park. She was also there during the 3/11 earthquake, among the worst quakes in recent history.In this follow-up to “Eva, Kopi and Matcha”, follow Eva’s footsteps as she experiences some of the best and not-quite-the-best Japan has to offer during her postgraduate adventure. Her accounts in “Eva Goes Solo” – humorous, sometimes harrowing and informative – show that her fondness for all things Japanese has not waned, despite everything.Comes with a 20-page travel guide to Japan at the back of the book.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

A Manga Lover s Tokyo Travel Guide

A Manga Lover s Tokyo Travel Guide

Neo has been drawing webcomics since 2007 and has written three other books : the two volume manga series Eva , Kopi and Matcha , and Eva Goes Solo . . To learn more about Eva's work go to evacomics.com • To follow her blog about ...

Author: Evangeline Neo

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462920778

Category: Travel

Page: 128

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**Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) Winner** For fans of Japanese manga and anime, a trip to Tokyo is an absolute must! In this captivating Tokyo travel guide, manga artist and author Evangeline Neo travels to the Japanese capital with her mascots Kopi the dog and Matcha the cat in tow, bringing you to all the otaku sights this city has to offer. She shows you where to shop for manga memorabilia in Akihabara and Nakano, takes you on a tour of famous anime and manga museums like Studio Ghibli and Sanrio Puroland, and shares her experiences at a cosplay studio, a maid and butler cafe, and a manga drawing class. In addition to manga and anime-related adventures, Eva brings readers to all the must-see Tokyo sites as well—from Asakusa's Sensoji Temple to Tokyo Tower and the Meiji Shrine. She also introduces travelers to sushi train restaurants, hot spring baths and a kimono makeover session—even a day trip to Mt. Fuji! Along the way, she shows you all her favorite places to shop and eat, and gives advice on what to pack, what to buy, how to get around, and even how to speak a few words of survival Japanese. This manga guide to Tokyo is depicted in charming and humorous drawings and stories, which are as enjoyable for armchair travelers as they are practically useful for visitors to the city. Step into the world of modern Japanese culture through this amusing and unique guide to one of the world's top cities.
Categories: Travel