Get yourself ready for upcoming India’s biggest Japanese Cultural Event! Atsumaru is coming with a huge event for all anime fans with The Hub Banglore. Atsumaru is a huge event that is going to be celebrated two years in a row. It’s like a dream for an Otaku in India.
Atsumaru you get to experience Japanese Food, Music, Games, and many more things. Moreover, it’s not like any other Japanese Event in India which only run for a few hours. Because Atsumaru is a 12 Hour long event that you can enjoy as much as you want.
In addition, it’s not the first time that Atsumaru is organizing an event for otakus in India. In the last year, they organized around 4-5 events for all anime fans. But the upcoming event on 29th October India will celebrate one of the biggest Japanese Culture Events.
What is Atsumaru Event?
As anime fans, we all want to attend Comicon where we meet people like us or you can say with the same interest. Atsumaru is filling the gap, and making a space where all otakus can meet and celebrate at their fullest. It’s a 12 Hour long event that will start at noon and run till midnight.
This event is possible because of multiple organizations like Atsumaru, The Hub Banglore, I Know A Guy Productions and many more sponsors. Also, Atsumaru organize many events for all anime fans in 2021 and it’s their 2nd event in 2022.
If you know about the creator community then you probably heard the name The Hub Banglore. It’s an agency that supports Digital creators, Influencers, and people who want to grow on Social Media.
Let’s take a look at what you get (but are not limited to) in this event:
- Japanese Cuisine
- Cyberpunk Lightning
- Epic Merchandise
- Gaming Arena
How to participate in Atusumaru Event?
Now, we know how good the event is but How and Where to attend this event? First thing first, the location of Atsuamru is Banglore, Karnatka, and the date of celebration is 29th October. The price of the Entry ticket is Rs. 2250 but you can do it for even less if you buy early. In addition, more than 1000-1500 people will gather together to celebrate Atsumaru Festival.
In the last 10 years, Indians become more aware of Anime, Manga, or you can say Japanese Culture. But still, there are not much for anime fans in India. Like we don’t get theater releases of anime, manga is more expensive than in other countries, and have limited options to watch anime online. But the good news is because of events like Atsumaru are changing, slowly but still we are making progress.
Source: Email Correspondence