わさびの新聞#8

Week of 3/17 - 3/23 Mayor Neko Funds Town Hall Remodel After over a week of fundraising, Mayor Neko finally saved up enough bells to pay for the remodel of the Town Hall.  She opted for the traditional Japanese style, since this is a Japanese town in a Japanese game.  In fact, all future public …

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わさびの新聞#5

Week of 2/24 - 3/2 Wasabi Cafe Grand Opening! Everyone in Wasabi is celebrating the construction of a new building - the Wasabi Cafe!  As promised, Mayor Neko set in motion the funding and construction plans for this new coffeeshop on as soon as the Windmill was completed (see the Public Works section below for …

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わさびの新聞#3

Week of 2/10 - 2/16 Festivale Comes to Wasabi! This week in Wasabi started off with a BANG!  The holiday known as Festivale was in full swing on Sunday, 2/3 and it was a big hit with the villagers!  Everyone was dressed up in their best samba outfits, including Mayor Neko!  She worked hard all …

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わさびの新聞 – Festivale Edition

[Spoiler Alert:  This entry contains details regarding the Animal Crossing: New Leaf holiday called "Festivale"] Wasabi News - Special Edition Festivale Guide! On 3/11/13, Wasabi Village celebrated their first "major" holiday called Festivale.  Mayor Neko has deemed Festivale to be a major holiday because it is an event that takes over the entire town, and …

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わさびの新聞#2

Week of 2/3 - 2/9 Wasabi Celebrates Setsubun! As spring draws near, a festival called Setsubun is celebrated in Wasabi to bring in good luck for the new year.  On 2/3, Mayor Neko wore a blue ogre mask and all of the villagers gleefully threw soybeans at her to symbolize purifying the town.  Fortune beans …

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わさびの新聞#1

[aka Wasabi News #1. We are going to try a different, weekly format for updates on my ACNL town Wasabi. This should leave more room for other non-AC posts.] Week of 1/27 - 2/2 Wasabi Inaugurates Newly Constructed Lighthouse Thanks to the hard work of the citizens of Wasabi, and the generous donations of the …

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