osakura

anonymous asked:

How about headcanons of the big cinnamon rolls ((Sakura, Nidai, Gonta, maybe Gozu too?;;; Gozu is a cinnamon roll but idk if DR3 anime is allowed;;;)) with a small, shy, and quiet S/O?

Hehe of course it is Anon ^^ Big cinnamon rolls need more love ^_^

Request: Sakura, Nidai, Gonta and Gozu with a small, shy and quiet S/O

Sakura Oogami:

- She honestly didn’t mind that you were very quiet

- She still found you extremely adorable

- You’d often go with her to train but you just ended up watching her seeing as there was no way you could keep up with her

- “Wow! You’re so amazing Oogami - san!”

- You’d constantly compliment her on her strength which would always lead to the two of you going out for a nice protein shake

- She’d often kiss the top of your head which would always cause you to blush

- You’d pretend to hate it when she offers you a piggy back ride but you lowkey love it

- You also really love cuddling up to her, she’s like a big teddy bear

Nekomaru Nidai:

- He always takes you to TRAINING

- He would encourage you to try and push yourself but would always hover close by incase you’d hurt yourself

- He would invite you to every game and make sure you get the front row seat and a pass to see him at the breaks

- If you did come and see him, he’d literally yell at his team saying how amazing you are

- “S/O IS THE BEST! TRAINING WISE… MAYBE WE CAN IMPROVE A BIT BUT AT LEAST THEY SHOW SPIRIT

- You just kind of.. Awkwardly stand there rubbing the back of your head trying your hardest not to turn bright red

Gonta Gokuhara:

- He loved going outside, each time you would join him, he’d tell you all about his favourite places to find the most beautiful insects

- “S/O - san/kun! Would you like to go on something like a treasure hunt with Gonta?”

- “I’d love to Gonta - kun!”

- He flashes you the biggest smile before getting you a little magnifying glass and a hat

- “Huh? Why the hat?”

- “Gonta wouldn’t want anything to happen to you, the sun is out today so you’d be in risk of getting a sun stroke!”

- Why are you so cute Gonta - kun

- He would hold your hand the entire time which would cause a permanent blush to form on your cheeks

- “Up there!”

- “Huh? Is it on the highest branch?”

- “Can you not see?”

- You shake your head before attempting to jump up to see

- Before you hit the ground again you feel yourself being lifted up until you’re eye level with the branch

- “Woah… Thanks Gonta - kun!” 

Great Gozu:

- Just like Nidai, he’d make sure to get you a front row seat to each game you went to

- He’s happy that you’re so keen to see his successes but he’s slightly scared that the crowd might literally crush you

- That’s why he makes sure to get you a special pass whenever he can

- You honestly feel tiny compared to him, I mean, he’s like a tower!

- … But that doesn’t mean he isn’t a great (haha) cuddle partner

- You’re the only person allowed to remove his mask

- Even though he literally has to bow down to you so you can reach it

- You always compliment him on how handsome he is without it but he just chuckles and starts pointing out all the best things about you

Obon in Osakura

Just before I left Japan, at the end of August 2012, I was invited to a BBQ at the house of one of my best friend’s grandparents who had sadly passed away a few years earlier.

During the Obon festival, the family of people who have passed go the honour the sprits of one’s ancestors who are said to return to this world around this time every year.

As I prepare to go back to Japan in December 2012 for a week, I can’t help but remember how amazing this time was and how it cemented my link with Japan in my mind.

This is a series of photos of the home I visited and the memories created.

Obon in Osakura

Just before I left Japan, at the end of August 2012, I was invited to a BBQ at the house of one of my best friend’s grandparents who had sadly passed away a few years earlier.

During the Obon festival, the family of people who have passed go the honour the sprits of one’s ancestors who are said to return to this world around this time every year.

As I prepare to go back to Japan in December 2012 for a week, I can’t help but remember how amazing this time was and how it cemented my link with Japan in my mind.

This is a series of photos of the home I visited and the memories created.