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Hyper Japan Festival London 2017 Details

Date: Thursday 4th May 2017 [16:17] | Posted By: Joe

If you're in London and looking for some Japanese Culture on from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th July 2017 you should head over to Hyper Japan to indulge yourself in the festival. It's got something for everyone, street food, cosplay, chiptunes and traditional Japanese crafts. The event will be at The Tobacco Dock,
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HYPER JAPAN TAKES TO THE TOBACCO DOCK THIS SUMMER
Discover the ultimate fusion of contemporary and traditional
Japanese culture, cuisine and cool

Taking over Londonís iconic Tobacco Dock venue from the 14th-16th July, HYPER JAPAN will transform the space into a unique celebration of music, food, drink, fashion and technology, drawing inspiration from both the traditional and future of Japan.

Expect a sensory overload as the music, smells, sights and tastes of this intriguing and exciting culture transport you to another world! With well-known performers, exhibitors, a food festival, and creative workshops to experience, HYPER JAPAN is the ultimate event for those eager to discover new, exciting trends and certified Japanophiles alike!

Fancy something futuristic with a nod to nostalgia? Taking to the HYPER JAPAN live stage will be selfproduced chiptune songstress TORIENA, who writes, sings, programs and produces her own music using two Game Boys! Want to give it a go yourself? Sign up to the Chiptune workshop, hosted by local artist Shirobon and featuring TORIENA, where you can learn how to use your retro gaming device to create something magically musical. Want something a little edgier? 3-person unit REOL will also be taking to the stage to deliver their signature electronica sounds.

For something different try KAIEN Ė a musical performance unit bringing together dance, technology, video, and 3D holograms for a truly unique experience. Meanwhile KIRIE combines dance, music, and calligraphy to express traditional Japanese myths and stories using modern artistic techniques.

Looking for an interactive work of art? Tokyo Rickshaw incorporates a group of talented, eye catching acrobats, bringing a real rickshaw for people to clamber in to!

A visual spectacular, HYPER JAPAN will once again bring the events annual fashion show to life, showing off the very best in Kawaii style. For those with a penchant for manga or anime, the COSTest cosplay competition and COSParade showcase will evoke some impressive Japanese character inspired costumes that are not to be missed.

For those seeking out the more traditional side of Japan, guests can try their hand at doing calligraphy, origami and making authentic kokeshi dolls. Ideal for those who enjoy crafting with a twist!

Finally, foodies will not be disappointed. This year, HYPER JAPAN takes their culinary offering to a new level, bringing Londonís Urban Food Fest to the show for the very first time! The hippest street-food vendors this side of Shoreditch are rocking up at the Tobacco Dock with their charming retro food trucks.

Indulge and discover new food creations, fusing East and West with delicious effect. Fancy a Japanese inspired tipple? The Sake Experience 2017 will give visitors the chance to sample a variety of sake from big international brands, all the way to smaller, niche producers. Donít forget to pop by the MIO Station to pick up a bottle of their sparkling sake!

HYPER JAPAN is a truly unique event offering fun, food and culture for the whole family. Fall in love with Japan, or simply discover something quirky, new and cool. This year, HYPER JAPAN has something for everyone, no matter what your age or passion.

General entry tickets for Friday and pre-2.30pm on Saturday are £15
Tickets for post 2.30pm on Saturday and all day Sunday are £17
A 3-day pass for the full weekend costs £43

For more information on ticketing, please visit: http://hyperjapan.co.uk/tickets

HYPER JAPAN 2017 will take place at
The Tobacco Dock, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, London E1W 2DA

www.hyperjapan.co.uk | Twitter | YouTube | Facebook | #HyperJapan

Source: Hyper Japan

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