Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Headlines Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival 2015

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Japanese pop culture event Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival 2015 in Tokyo will be held on November 6th through 8th at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.

The event is being produced by the Moshi Moshi Nippon Project, an initiative which aims to spread Japanese pop culture worldwide, including fashion, music, anime, and food. Participants include prominent Japanese artists such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, idol groups like, anime music performers, and fashion models, among other Japanese pop culture representatives.

The Moshi Moshi Nippon Project consists of four main parts, including domestic and international events, a news portal site, a tourism information center in Harajuku known as the Moshi Moshi Box, and TV programs aimed at an international audience. This year’s Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival 2015 will be the initiative’s largest international tour to date.

The tour will span 10 cities in 6 countries, including the US, Thailand, Taiwan, France, England, and Singapore, bringing the best of Japanese culture to audiences around the world. Each event will be localized for its local audience, and will aim to promote a greater understanding of both Japanese and local culture for all involved.

Each day of the 3-day Tokyo event, to be held on November 6th through 8th, is given a name reflecting its theme. November 6th, known as Moshi Ani, will feature appearances from Tempura Kidz, Runa Haruna, May’n, Nagi Yanagi, and Yun*chi, among others.

The lineup for November 7th, titled Moshi Pop, includes Misaki Iwasa, Caramel, Cupitron, Miyu Koike, Golden Bomber, Silent Siren, Hikari Shiina, Sora Tob Sakana, Tempura Kidz,, 9nine, Shiho Namba, Niji no Conquistador, Neko Punch, Hanae, Hayabusa, Natsume Mito, Musubizm, Tsukasa Mogamigawa, Yamaguchi Kassei Gakuen, Lovely Doll, and LisaMelody, with more to be announced.

November 8th, Moshi Cool, will include Atarashii Gakkou no Leaders, Amiaya, m-flo (DJ set), Capsule, Color-code,, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, CTS, Suiyobi no Campanella, Tempura Kidz, hy4_4yh, Vivid Undress, Una, Ram Rider, and World Order, plus more.

The event will also include an outdoor area operational for all 3 days of the festival. The area will host the Japan Food Festival, assembling a variety of local food and gourmet restaurants.

Additional guests and artists for all 3 days will be announced at a later date. A 1-day ticket is 4,320 yen for the 6th and 4,860 yen for the 7th or 8th, a weekend pass for the 7th and 8th is 8,100 yen, and a 3-day pass is 10,800 yen.

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Moshi Moshi Nippon Festival 2015 in Tokyo

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