Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Toei Animation Philippines will be holding its TOEInty Five: Toei Animation Philippines 25th Anniversary Celebration this 26th November, 2011 at Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City.
Ever wonder how Filipinos make their own “anime”?
Do you want to experience where no other conventions ever had?
Shoe Cosplay. . . ?? It was definitely not a competition wherein you will be dressed as shoe! It was something different than a usual cosplay competition.
Hyakki Yako (Night Parade of One Hundred Demons), a Japanese folklore belief wherein every year a procession of Japanese demons and monsters or yokais, will take place on the streets during summer nights and this, in my own opinion, best described my AME Monogatari experience.
Aiming to revive the looming industry that once renowned of, the city government of Marikina opened this years “Sapatos Festival” . The month-long festival, highlighting the cities’ famous shoe industry, started last October 3 and will run until November 18, 2011.
Enter the world of Japanese folklore and mythology – from the likes of Kitsune (fox), Kappa , Yuurei (ghost), Yuki Ona (Snow girl) and Youkai (spirits) as UP AME – the University of the Philippines Anime Manga Enthusiasts, will open once again a new saga on its 11th year.