Rie Takahashi asks his fans to shower before his concert
Japanese singer and voice actress Rie Takahashi (Genshin Impact)took to Twitter to remind her fans of the importance of hygiene ahead of attending her upcoming performance.
For her nearly one million followers, 29-year-old Takahashi (@taka8rie), known for her popular roles as Megumin in the anime KonoSuba and Hu Tao in the Chinese action RPG Genshin Impact, shared a cute token and an intricate guide, how their fans should prepare for their concert.
“I have tried to summarize what I researched before participating”, wrote the actor. ” Please use it as a reference! »
In this hand-drawn guide, Takahashi reminds fans to bring essentials to the concert: tickets, phones, portable batteries, tissues, and more.
She also suggested a few handy things to pack, like extra masks, small bags for valuables, portable groceries and jackets.
Using an illustration of a young girl, she explained the attire she would personally wear to a concert, such as a
Takahashi also reminded his fans of the etiquette rules for the big event, like trimming nails short, sleeping well before the concert, not drinking alcohol the night before, and washing up.
In a small article, Takahashi added that one should wash thoroughly because body odor could affect other concert-goers.
In response to a suggestion to use perfume instead of washing, Takahashi offered sweat towels and dry shampoo as not everyone is familiar with different perfume scents.
I agree. There may be people who are not good at perfume, so we will take measures such as: B. Sweat towels!
I didn’t expect to get an answer so I’m really happy!
I’m so glad I was able to go this time! ! !
I’m looking forward to it, so please pay attention to your physical condition!
– Tsumo-chan (cv Rie Takahashi) Right Knee Rehabilitation (@417kiyoAnzu) February 25, 2023
Takahashi’s tweet quickly garnered attention on social media, garnering over 9,400 likes and 3,336 retweets so far.
Yes ☆ I will take a good bath ☆ pic.twitter.com/aTZLyiURce
— ちぃたん☆／Chiitan (@chiitan7407) February 26, 2023
Chiitan, a popular Japanese mascot, also joined the conversation by uploading photos of herself in a Japanese bath. “Yes, I will definitely take a bath”, tweeted the character.
Many found Takahashi’s guide cute and helpful, thanked its creator, and replied that they would refer to it when preparing for the concert.
” THANK YOU ! I will refer to it.” said one netizen.
“That helps me alot! THANKS “‘ said another.
Other users have also taken to TikTok to reply and comment on Takahashi’s tweet.
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This is not the first time that the anime community has faced a body odor controversy as some anime conventions have gained a good reputation online due to the smell of their attendees.