Sunday, March 27, 2011


CHARACTER: Mai Kawasumi (川澄 舞 Kawasumi Mai) Cosplay
FROM: Kanon (カノン Kanon) Anime, Game, and Manga
ARTIST: Moe Okazaki (岡崎萌 Okazaki Moe), Japanese Cosplayer Girl
CATEGORY: Cute Cosplay Costume

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Mai Kawasumi (川澄 舞 Kawasumi Mai)

Is a third-year student of the high school. She apparently takes it upon herself to fight, and defeat demons at night while the school is deserted. Due to this, she is constantly blamed for accidents because she never denies them, being too sincere to say anything and knowing that no one will believe that there are demons in the school.

Mai's idiosyncrasy is her unwillingness to carry on a conversation or even to merely utter the meekest of responses when addressed. Due to this, and her reputation as someone who causes trouble, she is most often avoided when at school, and is talked about behind her back. This cold side of her is shown to stem from having very little insight on other people's emotions.

Kanon (カノン Kanon)

Is a Japanese visual novel developed by Key, and originally released as an adult game on a Microsoft Windows PC, and was later ported to the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation Portable. Both Standard Editions are playable as a DVD-ROM, and incorporate the extra graphics added to the earlier all ages version of the game, added support for Windows 2000/XP, and other technical changes such as more save slots.

Kanon's gameplay, requires little interaction from the player as most of the duration of the game is spent simply reading the text that appears on the game screen, which represents either dialogue between the various characters or the inner thoughts of the protagonist. There are several important locations featured in the Kanon story, though the location names are seldom mentioned explicitly in Key's works. The time of year the story occurs in is during winter, and since it often snows periodically over the course of the entire story, the city is always presented covered in a layer of snow.

Moe Okazaki (岡崎萌 O
kazaki Moe)

ORIGIN: ?, ?, Japan

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