Friday, November 1, 2013

Spectacle Anime Cosplay in Sakura-con

Sakura-con for all famine freaks and Japanese fanatics! Sakura-con is not only the largest anime festival in the Northwest, but it is also ringing out its 15th year of Japanese culture celebration from April 6 -8. Anime Cosplay is not only popular in Japan, but also in western area and even global. This has come a long way from its humble beginnings at the Double Tree Inn in Tukwila to being clearly ready to pull in thousands of fans from the States and other countries. This year, Sakura-con provides the amazing opportunity to see exciting acts such as girl rock band and platinum recorders, Stereopony, all the way from Okinawa! In addition, Fumiko Kawamura, the head designer of the rising Lolita fashion, will be attending to sell her latest wearable masterpieces.

Among Anime Cosplay, people have different preference to cosplay. To me, Soul Eater Cosplay is listed as my priority if I decide to participate in a cosplay event. Yet, I was into D.Gray-Man Cosplay two years ago, and I love it because of the girlish style and stuff that are kind of dollish. The wordcosplayis a combination of the words costume and play. People who participate usually dress as their favorite character from popular culture. The term usually refers to people dressing up as a character based from Japanese anime or more American-themed characters such as the Joker from DC Comics. Anime refers to Japanese animation, available in the original Japanese language with subtitles or in dubbed English.

Though there is no Soul Eater Cosplay in the convention, some of the anime cosplay screenings to be aired are as follows,Origins: Spirits of the Past,Sailor Moon: Black Dream Hole;Inuyasha: Swords of an Honorable Ruler;Trigun;andCowboy Bebop: Knockin (tm) on Heaven (tm)s Door. They will be shown in Hoover 213 and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Jaycon (tm)s events will be held throughout the campus, using the Hoover Center for Business; Esbenshade in the Masters Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering; Gibble Auditorium and Atrium, the K V in the Brossman Commons; and the M&M Mars Room, located in Leffler Chapel.

The Con will also feature multimedia artist and musician Kanon Wakeshima as well as Naoto Hirooka. Of course, there are many more voice musicians, musicians, designers, and creative forces in the world of anime, manga and games. And who could forget the fans, who will be creating a spectacle with anime cosplay? The Con will hold numerous contests, dances, a masquerade ball, fashion shows and nonstop parties entirely for you. Enjoy to experience a significant cosplay convention now.
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