The Great Matsumoto Castle

A few days ago PrimPerfect ran an article about Hosoi Ichiba, one of my favorite places in all of Second Life. I was even asked my Amiryu Hosoi to be one of her spokespeople and to work with PrimPerfect but I just couldn’t. The article captured the essence of Hosoi Ichiba but I want to focus on something I particularly love. In particular, I want to show you one of Ami’s greatest creations, The Matsumoto Castle. In this case, two photos will tell the entire story.

This is the real Matsumoto Castle in Japan.
It is one of the treasures from Japanese history.

This is the Matsumoto Castle on Japan Chubu sim.
It is one of Second Life’s treasures by Amiryu Hosoi.

These are the things I love about Second Life, these places where you can go and immerse yourself in treasure. But at Hosoi Ichiba on Japan Chubu, you can immerse yourself in Edo era history and role play.

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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2 Responses to The Great Matsumoto Castle

  1. Awesome Yordie!

    One of your six?? 🙂

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    • Yordie Sands says:

      Yes, it is part of Hosoi Ichiba but I suppose you’d prefer a look at my favorite spot on all 4 sims. That would be the okiya in Kansai. I’ll try to focus on these this weekend, I’m struggling right now with some issues. I’ll send private mail.

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