myotakucorner:

Durarara!! Japanese playing cards

Not to be confused with Western playing cards (which have four suits of 13 cards each), Japanese playing cards have 12 suits with four cards each. Each suit represents a different month of the year, a different flower, and a different Special(s). In this case, they each also sport a different Durarara!! mascot. wiki source.

January - Pine - Crane & Sun - Akabayashi 

February - Plum Blossom - Bush-warbler - Shinra

March - Cherry Blossom - Camp Curtain - Akane 

April - Wisteria - Cuckoo - Celty

May - Iris - Water Iris - Dotachinn

June - Peony - Butterflies - Anri

July - Bush Clover - Boar - Kida

August - Susuki Grass - Full moon with red sky - Izaya

September - Chrysanthemum - Poetry sake cup - Shizuo

October - Maple - Deer - Mikado

November - Willow - Lightning/Swallow/Rainman with umbrella and frog - Simon

December - Paulownia - Chinese Phoenix - Shiki

pinkkapple:

watermelon shirt- $11.90

nyam (✿◠‿◠)

10knotes:


yodogiri:

50 shades of orihara

izehyeh:

eh bet yu aher ehwl glehd tu seh meh in sehsen tuu..

fuckyeahdurararacosplay:

There’s really not enough Tom Tanaka in the world, I think. Here are a few pics of me cosplaying him.

popandwok:

Tofu Stir-fry recipe on www.popandwok.com

tastefullyoffensive:

Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

mlikboy