Do you have plans for next Saturday? If you’ve not decided what to do yet and you’re around Modena (Italy), we’ve got some suggestions for you. Saturday, November 25th, in fact, there will be Japan Night, a special event all dedicated to Japan and Japanese music, with a lot of artists ready to make you sing and dance.
Many of our Italian readers are preparing to leave for Tuscany, for this year Lucca Comics & Games, the biggest comics, videogames and movie festival in Italy. And we envy all the participants very much, especially because for the first time there will be an official Sanrio booth!
As we already told you, on July 11th at Expo 2015 it will be Japan Day, a day all dedicated to Japan. Even who is not going to Milan to discover in person the “Harmonious Diversity” of the country, can enjoy anyway it’s atmospheres thanks to Japan Pavilion Radio, a smartphone app and streaming radio which lets Expo visitors (and people at home like us) to take a walk around the rooms of the the Pavilion while listening to a selection of music ranging from J-pop to traditional tunes.
The countdown to Expo 2015, the Universal Exposition that is going to start on May 1st in Milan, is ending and here in Italy everyone is talking about the event… even us! Japan in fact will be one of more than 130 countries represented: here is what’s in store for fans of Japanese culture (and food)!
Do you live in Milan or you will be there next week? In this case, you absolutely should not miss Tokyo Design Week, an event entirely devoted to Japanese creativity which will be held during Fuorisalone, the yearly appointment that the city of Milan dedicates to design on occasion of Salone del Mobile.
It is surely the most awaited appointment for comics, videogames and Japan lovers all over Italy: Lucca Comics and Games! Unfortunately, this year we will not be there, but lucky for Japanese fashion and kawaii style lovers with a ticket in their pockets there are many events to attend!
They say that life begins at forty, and who knows if it is true also for Hello Kitty, who the next November 1st is going to cut the fateful goal. Of course, all over the world there are preparations for the event. Let’s see what awaits us in the coming months…
It’s time for Lucca Comics & Games, the biggest Italian comics and videogame convention. We will not be there this year, but as usual we want suggest our readers some events to keep an eye on. Let’s start with a bad news for all the Lolista style enthusiasts: for this edition there not will be events closely related to this style, so there not will be the usual fashion show, or the workshops or the Gothic Lolita Zone market. Anyway, there are a lot more things to do and see!