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Top dancers from across Asia will be performing an exciting collaborative street dance show in Manila at DANCE DANCE ASIA on April 28, 2017 (Fri) 8:00pm and April 29, 2017 (Sat) 3:00pm at the Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium, De La Salle University, Manila, FREE Admission for everyone.
Experience how your favorite game comes to life as Hourglass presents Magenta: A Mystic Messenger event + Cafe this Sunday, March 5, at Warehouse Eight in Makati. Fans of the game will be sure to enjoy the attractions at this interactive cafe set on White Day, with their specially invited butlers portraying the endearing characters from the game and serving MCs to their hearts’ content. The event will also showcase a wide variety of booths and exhibitors offering some of the best Mystic Messenger merchandise and art in the metro.
A unique exhibit on how the Japanese have seamlessly crafted both functionality and aesthetics into their everyday products opened in earnest and was welcomed quite warmly at the Tall Galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET). The Japanese Design Today 100 exhibition was unveiled to dignitaries, guests and the media, featuring a collection of exactly a hundred carefully selected household and commercial products that exemplify the distinct characteristics of Japanese aesthetics as well as mirror the needs and lifestyles of the Japanese. This traveling product exhibition is proudly presented by the Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM), the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET) and the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, with support from JT International (Philippines) Inc.
With her spectacular concert still fresh and alive in our minds, we happily share exclusive and official photos from last weekend’s LiSA – Another Great Day in Manila Concert from cosplay.ph. It was an affair to remember as LiSA performed her best hits in front of an eager and enthusiastic Filipino audience. She candidly admitted she was afraid that nobody knew about her in the Philippines, but when LiSA got to see firsthand the almost-full Samsung Hall at SM Aura, she knew she was pleasantly wrong as hundreds of fans and supporters turned up to watch her perform at her first-ever concert in Manila.
She candidly admitted she was afraid that nobody knew about her in the Philippines, but when LiSA got to see firsthand the almost-full Samsung Hall at SM Aura, she knew she was pleasantly wrong as a throng of fans and supporters turned up to watch her perform at her first-ever concert in Manila.
It’s not often that we get to have high-caliber Japanese performers come to the country for a concert, and yet this year we are graced with a tremendous opportunity to get up close and personal with one of the best new artists in recent times. LiSA, one of Japan’s most watched up-and-coming singers, will be coming to the Philippines for the first time, and it’s definitely a rare chance to experience such amazing talent live.
It’s confirmed! LiSA, one of Japan’s most watched up-and-coming singers, will be coming to the Philippines for the first time on June 27 to meet her fans and perform a special acoustic set at the Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier, Taguig. LiSA is a modern-day pop princess, with her voice, style, and personality captivating both Jpop and anime fans alike, and Filipinos can finally get to see her live for an event that shouldn’t be missed.
With the feel of a Japanese summer festival right at the heart of the UP-Diliman campus, UP Tomokai’s Uli-uli was indeed the rich and exciting cultural night it was envisioned to be, bringing together the best aspects of Filipino and Japanese culture by showcasing the talents of local and invited studentry, and having attendees enjoy a great time together. arkadymac.com is glad to be an official media partner for Uli-uli, and we are pleased to bring you the highlights of this wonderful event.
Simple photoshoots by groups of enthusiasts keep the cosplay community alive and busy as we covered the Sword Art Online PH First Open Photoshoot last weekend at the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife in Quezon City. Though organized by a group of SAO fanatics, the shoot welcomed cosplays of any genre and participants once again got to see old friends and got to meet new ones. Helping us with this coverage is our photographer and meganekko, Kami.