Japan is widely known as one of the most culturally rich countries in the world with a fascinating history, ranging from non-spoken rules to unique costumes, making it easily one of the most interesting countries to visit frequently.
And it’s in one such country that a peculiar subculture was given birth to – The Otaku culture.
Otaku, a Japanese term can be actually be regarded as having a near-obsessive level of interest in any hobby, although it’s now widely used around the world to refer to anyone who’s a super fan of video games, anime, and manga.
With the subculture openly celebrated in 2020, the Japanese are showing how dramatic the transformation of some otaku has made in terms of how they present themselves.
Here is, however, a list of some of the latest highlights. Have a look!