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Dazzling Display: Japan’s Premier Cosplayer Shares a Glimpse of Her Expansive Wardrobe

Japan’s top-paid professional cosplayer, Enako, shows off her huge collection of over 400 costumes in her latest video.

Japan’s top cosplayer, Enako, revealed a look at her room for cosplay, which houses over 400 costumes.

The 27-year-old professional model and cosplayer led a tour of her massive “cosplay room,” which resembles a small warehouse, in a new video on the Japanese Business Drive YouTube channel. Although Enako hasn’t counted the total number of costumes she’s collected however, she estimates she has between 400-500 costumes which she has been wearing too numerous conventions as well as photo shoots. To keep the vast collection of costumes organized, they are required to be properly stored in clear containers.

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This video is primarily about Enako’s experiences as a professional cosplayer. She discusses the day-to-day activities of her profession as well as the negatives of her work, such as fighting online bullying and online trolls. She also states that she’s a huge fan of Keisuke Itagaki’s underground fighting series, Baki the Grappler.

Enako began cosplaying in 2012. Events and conventions now pay the actress to perform. It has been reported that she earns more than the equivalent of USD 90,000 a month. When she was at Comiket the largest anime convention in Japan convention in 2019, she attracted thousands of photographers who wanted to take photos of her RE: Zero cosplay. In the past, she was commissioned by a mobile gaming firm to be Attack of Titan’s Mikasa Ackerman. Alongside her cosplaying she also has gained an audience through her video game streams which she is usually seen playing multiplayer shooters such as Apex Legends and Rainbow Six Siege.

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Even though many conventions were relocated or canceled over the last two years because of the COVID-19 epidemic that is currently sweeping the globe, talented cosplayers around the globe have been able to make breathtaking costumes. Another Japanese cosplayer Chiba_2_2 showed off their screen-accurate take on Tokyo Revenger Manjiro Sante. Jahara Jade, the creator of the content, managed to cosplay the entire nine Sailor Moon Scouts within a single year. Enako isn’t the only professional cosplayer; Momo Tomomoto is a fitness model who recently displayed her love for Jujutsu Kaisen’s Cursed weapon expert Makizen’in by wearing two new costumes.

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