Cosplayers take over the Hynes Convention Center for Anime Boston 2018.
Frank M. Cahill '20 practices his yoga skills outside the SOCH.
Youth on Fire hosts its meetings in the Y2Y space.
I AM A JAPANESE HAM SANDWICH.
On one side stands Amazon—vast, convenient, and cheap. On the other side stands small bookstores, promoting what Ryan L. Raffaelli, a Harvard Business School professor studying the industry, calls “the 3 C’s”: community, convening, and curation.
Justin Timberlake in concert.
The J.Crew storefront at Copley Place advertises National Stripes Day.
Neptune, God of the Sea, poses for a photo.
A cosplaying couple poses for a photo at Anime Boston.
FM leads a tour of the most depressing places around Harvard.
The event is surprisingly diverse. I see everything from babies wearing matching Sailor Moon costumes to 70-year-old couples dressed as Mario and Luigi.