The second edition of the Niort Japan Pop Show convention which opened its doors on Saturday at Noron in Niort continues this Sunday.
The first day was a real success with several thousand visitors passionate about Japanese culture. Two halls are open this year and their exhibitors are mobilizing to highlight “the Japanese culture of pop culture and urban culture”, explain the organizers. “Many activities, conferences, exhibitions and shows are planned around Japanese culture, pop culture, street culture, video games, board games, cosplay, manga, dance (Just Dance & K-pop) as well as concerts…”
Niort Japan Pop Show is also an area of 15,000 m2, under two halls at the Noron exhibition center. Free parking. Visitors can also eat on site…
Audiences can watch performances on three stages: Kitsune Stage, Sakura Stage and Karaoke Stage
Dubbing: Hervé Grull (actor) French voice of Yuji Itadori (Jujutsu Kaisen); Adeline Chetail (actress) French voice of Zelda and Carole Baillien (actress) French voice of Naruto.
Captain Marvel (Cosplay); Carlos Cosplay (Cosplayer); The Ten Moons (Cosplay Association); AMF Cosplay (Cosplay Association); Nikita Cosplay (Cosplayer); Ellothin (Cosplayer); Blondecay (Cosplayer).
The Last Kamit (mangaka); Romain Huet (mangaka); Miloeden Art (author & illustrator); Evy Reeves (mangaka); Vanessa Altmeyer (novelist); Doshiin Editions (publishing house); Chatto Chatto editions (publishing house).
Irina Just Dance (Just Dance Performer).
Zed Le Rouge (Rock Geek concert) and Kin Trio (Symphonic Geek concert); K-Pop and K-Pop Academy La Rochelle.
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Idriss Animation (animator and presenter); Drift RC animation; Akita Home (Japanese dog shelter association); Sohei (Quizz and Karaoke association).
Saint Max figurines (model making); The Drawaki workshop (drawing workshop); The Ten Moons (Cosplay Association)
Laser Rapier Academy (association of Lightsaber and fencing); Aikido ; kendo and judo
The convention continues this Sunday, May 14 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Price: 11 euros on site. Passes are also available.