This coming weekend and the next, Liang Court will be hosting the Anime Week from the 20th of April till 29th April, with a timetable as below.
But before that, we have something to give away at the event. Remember the stuff we got from Japan? We will be putting them at Daiyaku‘s booth on the 21st and 22nd of April for everyone to get!
On my(brother’s) bed are,
– Postcards made by the talented people of Nihon Kogakuin, along with some other
– Postcards from other people~
– Vanguard Folders
– Vanguard related stuff
– Kamen Rider X Super Sentai Super Hero Taisen Movie pamphlets
– A bunch of pamphlets from other anime makers
– Nico Nico Chokaigi paper art booklets
– And a bunch of stuff not listed~
First come first serve!! While stock last!!
Do come early to get them~
Thank you DAIYAKU for providing the space for this to happen!
PS: It’s a free event.
Now for the time table from theeoy.com:
20 April (Friday) kickstarts the event with anime merchandise and doujin booths. Lovely ladies clad in meido costumes will put a smile on visitors’ faces at Liang Court with their moe greetings. They will also pose for polaroid photos with you, courtesy of Liang Court.
21 & 22 April (Saturday and Sunday) are the highlights of the week.
Programme for both days:
1.15pm – 1.30pm: Introduction about the day’s events and brief intro about cosplay
1:30pm – “Live” Anime Band performance by Ryuusei
2:00pm – Anime Dance performance by Momo
2:30pm – Youth Cosplayers Talent Showcase
3:00pm – Senior Cosplayers Talent Showcase
4:00pm – “Live” Anime Band performance by Ryuusei
5:00pm – Talk Show “Who says cosplay is only for the
There will also be a cosplay photography booth operated by Pink Blue, renowned for their high-quality cosplay photographs, as well as anime merchandise and doujin booths.
23 to 29 April
Activities related to traditional Japanese games, but nothing remotely related to cosplay.
On 28 and 29 April, the meidos will be back to greet visitors and take photos with you.
The above info may be subject to change on the actual event days.
Source: The Eoy