Events

Otakus, a J-Culture Festival

is Happening This Halloween

by Inside Manila Team, October 07, 2019 10:22pm

Art by Ahl Mirambel

Events

Otakus, a J-Culture Festival is Happening This Halloween

by Inside Manila Team, October 07, 2019 10:22pm
Art by Ahl Mirambel
 

The last week of October has always been hyped up for the amount of Halloween activities and parties. This year, Coslandia won't be missing out on the spooky fun as they bring Coslandia 2019, happening from November 1 to 3 at the SMX Convention Center Aura, Taguig City.

Coslandia 2019 Official Poster

Dubbed as the ultimate J-Pop culture event, Coslandia, aims to bring Filipinos closer to Japan’s entertainment, fashion, food, and more. Among the slated events is a special performance by Philippines’ idol group MNL48, along with J-pop Idols 1-Girl, Reverse Tokyo, Samero, Hazuki Tsubasa, Yuasa Michiru, Gracorex and Fairytales.

Otakus, on the other hand, can have the chance to meet Shintaro Hirota, the comic creator behind the hit manga series Seikamatsu Blue. The director, Tetsuya Hashi, and the cast of Seikamatsu Blue’s film adaptation will also be there for a special activity and appearance.

No J-Culture event is fully realized without cosplay. Leading international Cosplay magazine, Cosplay Mode, will be joining the event, bringing Japanese cosplay star Charisma Cosplayer. 

Other exciting exhibits, activities, and guests are at this year's Coslandia such as anime voice actors and theme song singers, international and local cosplayers, manga and anime artists, as well as e-sport tournaments, video game events, and many more.

Tickets are now available in all SM Ticket outlets nationwide and at www.smtickets.com. Price starts at 600php (one day ticket), 900php (two day ticket), and 1,200php (three day ticket). Get 200php off if you buy on or before October 15, 2019.

Don't miss the chance to spend the long weekend this November at the biggest J Culture festival in the Philippines, the Coslandia 2019!


For more information, visit www.coslandia.com or follow @CoslandiaPH on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

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