Do you know “home garrison N.E.E.T.?”
They are a costume play circle from Japan.
NEET is an abbreviation for Not in Education, Employment, or Training. "The home guard" is the internet slang word used for implication of ridicule and self-mockery.
The leader cosplayer of NEET "home garrison" participated in winter Comic Market 2010 and was soon well known for the cool and funny cosplay.
In Akihabara you can also buy "the curry for the home guard".
There are 360 NEET members now in Japan, but also countries in all over the world and having friends in the United States, Germany, Canada, China, Taiwan, and Indonesia.
Having the opportunity to meet "the crocodile sergeant" who is the top of this group, we will upload a photo we took.
"The photograph itself is dangerous, but enjoy it as costume play to the end. We are a mysterious group which participates in various events and charities, dressed in NEET uniforms.
If I were to ever wear my uniform out in the public I'm sure I would be arrested like"
Cosplayer and otaku enthusiastic. Living in Japan since 2010 I have been loving it from day one.
Self taught Japanese through manga and anime. Participate in various cosplay events and performances.