Advance Tickets for The Japanese Art Festival are now available on our Tickets page.
You can pre-order Tickets for the Saturday Day Event, Saturday Evening Event or Sunday Event. Buying in advance means that you will be saving money and also guaranteeing a place for the Japanese Art Festival on the weekend of 2nd/3rd July. Please visit the Tickets page for all the details.
The details of the schedule for The Japanese Art Festival are now available on our Events page.
The Festival has a packed weekend of exciting stage events including Cosplay shows, Dance and Music performances from the likes of LDN48, Saara Takase, Masa Futagami, Hibiki, Oh My Lord! and more.
The stage will also showcase traditional Japanese music, Martial Arts, Kimono fashion show, Tea Ceremony and many more popular Japanese cultural events. Please see our Events page for all the details – including information on the Artists and Dealers attending this years Festival.
The Japanese Art Festival will be staging a special Japanese Film Panel at the July event.
The Film Panel will feature Jasper Sharp, Adam Torel (Third Window Films) and Joey Leung (Terracotta Distribution) on the Sunday afternoon at 15:15pm to 16:00pm. The panel will be discussing various subjects relating to Japanese Films.
We are proud to announce that ZERO GOODS UNIVERSE from Japan will be appearing at the next Japanese Art Festival.
Zero Goods Universe are responsible for producing a range of items based on the work of famed Anime and Manga creator Leiji Matsumoto (Space Battleship Yamato, Captain Harlock).
Zero Goods will be showing samples of Matsumoto’s artwork including the trailer for his new movie Space Pirate Captain Herlock. A range of dolls, accessories, watches, books, cards etc. will also be available.
We are proud to announce that the Japanese Art Festival is now receiving funding from the prestigious Sasakawa Foundation.
The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation was established as a result of a visit to London in 1983 by the late Ryoichi Sasakawa during which he met a number of senior British figures to discuss the international situation and, in particular, UK-Japanese relations. It was agreed at these discussions that it would be in the interest of both countries if more could be done to enhance mutual appreciation and understanding of each other’s culture, society and achievements and that a non-governmental, non-profit making body should be established for this purpose.
More information on the Sasakawa Foundation is available via their website here: www.gbsf.org.uk.
An update on the schedule for the next Japanese Art Festival:
14:00-14:45 cosplay costume competition
18:00- Cosplay performance competition
13:00-14:00 Cosplay workshop
14:30- 15:00 Cosplay parade
Food and drink
Yatai stall with Yakisoba (noodle) and Tenmusu (Tenpura rice ball)
Pocky, Sake, beer and other drink
Animetal, Anime picture canvas, Kamikaz, www.punlita.com, United Publications
www.studiotaikofish.com, Karen Lusted, Miwa (Teddy bear accessories), Kelly, Adrian Pang
Would you like to be part of the next Japanese Art Festival? We’re always keen to have volunteers to help and assist the running of the event.
If you’re interested in being a volunteer at the Festival then please email us via email@example.com
The Japanese Art Festival is proud to announce the appearance of Japanese doll dress designer MOMOLITA at the July event. MOMOLITA is going to show doll dresses from her books and well known Japanese doll magazines.
The dolls that will be appearing in MOMOLITA clothes are Blythe doll, Licca doll, Jenny doll, Momoko doll, Pullip doll, etc.
An update on the forthcoming Japanese Art Festival with details of some events and timings:
Saturday 2nd July
10:30- 17:00 Cultural and Art Demonstrations on the stage
17:00-21:00 Cosplay competition, Anime song and Karaoke.
Sunday 3rd July
9:30- 16:30 Opening hours
Sat – advanced £7
On the door £10
After 17:00 £5
Sun – advanced £7
On the door £10
Children Under 10 can enter for free