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KYARY PAMYU PAMYU Performing in London! by Aisha Anime

Kyari

Please note, this show is 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by someone who's 18 or over).

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu who hit stardom with her first single 'PonPonPon' in 2011, has already done two world tours and is returning to London after popular demand. Our kawaii Queen has since brought out three albums, been featured on the cover of 'Dazed and Confused'.

Tickets for this show are available from the box office at the venue at face value if you pay in cash. Please note promoters may increase ticket price if purchased on the night. Please note, you may be required to have your ID scanned at the front door.

For VIP packages head here. This includes a ticket and pre-show meet and greet.

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Shojo Manga: Japanese Girl’s Comic’s Exhibiting in UK by Aisha Anime

Calling all Manga fans! The first major exhibition of Japanese Shōjo manga in the UK has opened and runs till the beginning of June.

After such great introduction from the Japan Foundation suddenly the popularity of shojo manga has been realised and more avenues have been opened.

Running from Friday 18th March 2016 – Sunday 12th June 2016, House of Illustration hosts the first major exhibition of Japanese Shōjo manga. Theexhibition includes featuring ‘Genga’ (Dash) prints of the pioneering work of 1970s manga artists Akiko Hatsu and Keiko Takemiya, and contemporary artist Yukiko Kai.

Japan’s shōjo manga culture dates back to the post-war years, but only evolved into the broad-ranging and hugely-popular form of today as a result of the innovative work of a small group of artists in the 1970s.

 

The exhibition is running in association with the Kyoto International Manga Museum and The Lakes International Comic Art Festival.

House of Illustration is open Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-6pm.

The gallery is also running manga workshops for families and teens during March and April.

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Hyper Japan Xmas Market 2015: Airly Momoko Interview by Aisha Anime

Copyright Airly Momoko

Copyright Airly Momoko

Hyper Japan not only provides guests but great people come to event to see the sights and entertainment. I came across a beautiful princess (who I thought was cosplaying) this was Airly Momoko who had come to Hyper Japan to promote the Edo anime 1803: Magical “Utsushi-e” stall.

“Utsushi-e” is a form of animation that first appeared over 200 years ago in Edo (Tokyo). While little more than a series of of glass slides set in front of a crude candle projector, the result was nevertheless a spectacle the likes of which the Japanese people had never seen before. Now, after more than 200 years since the first show was performed, HYPER JAPAN Christmas Market will play host to the UK’s very first performance of utsushi-e at the Live.Japan stage, performed by Minzawa.

Watch her interview below.

 

Airly Momoko is a Japanese idol who sings and models. She used to be known as gold Momoco.

The Momoco-Airly-France Was founded by a small group of fans Who cam to know the singer on the French TV channel Nolife, with the song Fuwa Fuwa Fuwaffu ~. They managed to gather Some funding for Airly to come to Japan Expo in Paris, the biggest convention Japan fans in Europe (230,000 visitors in 2013). Her website of the Association Momoco-Airly France is aimed to help organize concerts in Europe for Airly.

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