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Japanese Maid Reni to perform at PJ mini Pop in NYC

Date: Friday May 7th 2010 [18:31] | Posted By: Joe

NY based fans of Japanese Cosplay Singing Maids will want to head over to the anime and Japanese Cultural event PJ "mini" Pop to see Reni Mimura . The event is set to run on Sunday May 23rd 2010 from 12:00 until 6:00pm at the The Dwyer Cultural Center in South Harlem.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

New York, NY –May 7-, 2010 – Aspire Communications, Inc. is pleased to announce
Reni Mimura, a Japanese Cosplay Singer in NY, is invited as a featured musical guest and perform in Anime and Japanese cultural Convention in NY, PJ "mini" Pop on May 23rd.

What: PJ "mini" Pop / Premiere Japanese POP Culture/ one day Anime and Japanese Convention in NYC

When: 5/23 12PM-6PM
Where: The Dwyer Cultural Center
258 Saint Nicolas Avenue (@123rd Street) New York, NY.
Charge: $15 at the door; to RSVP e-mail rsvp@dwyercc.org or call Dwyer Cultural Center at 212-222-3060
For more : http://www.renireni.com/

Premiere Japanese POP Culture Comes to New York
The Dwyer Cultural Center, located in the trendy SoHa (South Harlem) neighborhood, is delighted to announce the first "mini" anime event entitled 'PJ "mini" Pop' on Sunday, May 23, 2010 from 12:00 - 6:00pm.

The host of the event, PJ Pop, has a mission to convey the taste, sense and ambience of the authentic Japanese culture including anime, games, pop culture and food. PJ Pop calls this the PJ-POP experience (Premiere Japanese POP Culture).

The PJ "mini" Pop will introduce the abundance of the Japanese pop culture to local families, residents, students and communities. Longtime anime fans and New Yorkers interested in learning more about Japanese culture will enjoy the PJ-POP experience.

The event includes Karaoke Contest, merchandise from major anime stores in New York, a fun "cosplay café", demonstrations of robots and modern architectural and mechanical designs, plus screening for anime fans and talk panels. In addition, Japanese pop singer Reni will perform.

Source: Reni's Blog

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