Professional coser will undoubtedly bring people high-quality experience, but today I would like to talk more about those ordinary people. Although circles and contempt chains are everywhere, cosplay, as a pure hobby, is not a very high threshold, and people of all ages in Japan participate in it. Although cosplay in China is still very small, I am looking forward to the day when it can enter the life of ordinary people, enjoy the happiness it brings like singing, dancing and painting, and become one of the options for ordinary people to enjoy themselves.
I once saw a Japanese documentary, in which I interviewed a woman. The interviewer asked her why she liked Cosplay. She wears a pair of heavy glasses and says shyly, "When I wear these clothes, I can feel a new self, and I feel as if I have great power". When the camera turns into the image after her makeup changes, compared with coser, a beautiful woman surrounded by people next to her, she is really not "beautiful" in the universal sense, and even goes against clothes. But I'm still touched, because girls' self-confidence after cross-dressing is too dazzling. Who can define the standard of Cosplay? She is good-looking and playable, but can't you be ugly? The bright smile on the girl's face already has the answer.