Kyary Pamyu Pamyu to Perform at XFLAG PARK 2018

13.May.2018 | MUSIC / SPOT

XFLAG™ Studio is a company that delivers games, video content, e-Sports and more, as well as the online anime series Monster Strike.

 

XFLAG PARK 2018 is an event that will run from June 30 to July 1, and it’s been announced that Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will perform there.

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XFLAG PARK 2018 is produced by XFLAG Studios which brings together a multitude of genres centred around stage performances, attractions and more. Many people flock to the event every year. Last year’s event took place across two days and brought in 40,000 people.

 

And this year, a stage program now in the spotlight is XFLAG × Kyary Pamyu Pamyu ~Pandora’s Box~ which has just been announced. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu herself was involved with the planning of this program where lots of things will be put to the test for the very first time. The show will be centred around the Greek myth of Pandora’s Box and the popular character Pandora from Monster Strike. Entertainment performers from across the globe are set to perform at this show, and rehearsals will press ahead over a long period of time.

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Also, tickets for XFLAG PARK2018 which are required to see the Pandora’s Box show went on sale on May 11 on the event page. Tickets are available through a raffle system where people will be picked to go.

 

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu‘s fourth world tour is about to begin. Day by day, she is entering new territory and challenging herself to new things. Stay tuned for the latest updates.

 

■Information

XFLAG PARK 2018

Location: Makuhari Messe Hall 1-6, 2-1 Nakase, Chiba-shi, Chiba Prefecture

Date: June 30, 2018―July 1, 2018

Entry: ¥3,800 (Tax-Included) for both days

General Tickets (Raffle): May 11, 2018 at 12:00 to May 20, 2018 at 23:59

General Tickets (Limited): June 1, 2018 at 12:00 (*First-come, first served)

 

XFLAG PARK2018 Event Page

http://event-info.xflag.com/park/2018/

 

Ticket Site

https://event.xflag.com/

 

 

THE SPOOKY OBAKEYASHIKI PUMPKINS STRIKE BACK 

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Kyary Pamyu Pamyu World Tour 2018
THE SPOOKY OBAKEYASHIKI 
-PUMPKINS STRIKE BACK-
May 20 @ UK – London – KOKO 

May 22 @ GERMANY – Berlin – COLUMBIA THEATRE 

May 23 @ GERMANY – Cologne – Die Kantine 

June 18 @ USA – New York – Playstation theater

June 20 @ USA – San Francisco – The Regency Ballroom

June 22 @ USA – Los Angeles – The Fonda Theatre 

July 28 @ 中国−上海−国家会展中心虹馆EH(NECC HONG ARENA)

 

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    Original Text: Fukuryu (Music Concierge)

    Photo: Aki Ishii

    Translation: Joshua Kitosi-Isanga

     

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    Yasutaka Nakata x Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Presents SPECIAL DJ & LIVE TOUR 2020 YSTK×KPP vol.02

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    Kyary and Shin-chan released some words of their own regarding this dream collaboration. Read them below.

    Kyary Pamyu Pamyu | Comment

    “I appeared as myself in the anime series once before, but this time I’m challenging myself to some authentic voice acting as the princess, so I hope everyone enjoys seeing a completely different side to me. I’ve been collecting and reading the Shin-chan manga since elementary school. Whenever I scored 100 in a test my dad would buy me a volume. I was bad at studying, but Shin-chan helped me work hard. He’s like the hero who scooped me up and saved me! As a fan I’m super happy too, since this movie is based on a part from the manga series. I hope everyone who loves Shin-chan will look forward to it too!” *Translated from Japanese

    Shinnosuke Nohara | Comment

    “Kyary-chan, I’m super happy I get to see you again! So you’re gonna be the princess who trusts me with the Rakuga Kingdom treasure, the ‘Miracle Crayon,’ right? I’ll make sure to catch your love baton. And you’re gonna be the Rakugaki Support Ambassador with me too. I’m way too excited. We’re a dream combination! Enjoy yourself at the cinema.”

     

    ©Yoshito Usui / Futabasha・Shinei・TV Asahi・ADK 2020

  • Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Reveals Solo Live Show in Los Angeles

    20.February.2020 | MUSIC

    After announcing that she will invade the stage at Mexico’s music festival VIVE LATINO2020 and America’s Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival 2020, Japanese pop princess Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has now revealed that she will conquer Los Angeles with a solo live show on April 14. 

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    Don’t miss out on Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s kawaii invasions of 2020. 

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    04.February.2020 | MUSIC

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    This will mark the kawaii princess’ first solo tour in America since Kyary Pamyu Pamyu World Tour 2018 THE SPOOKY OBAKEYASHIKI -PUMPKINS STRIKE BACK– which was held two years ago. 

     

    General tickets will be released for sale from February 7, 2020. Just what kind of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu world lies ahead in store? You’ll just have to see it with your own eyes. 

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    02.February.2020 | SPOT

    The season for Japan’s enchanting and romantic lantern events has finally arrived, and the line-up this year is diverse, from events where lanterns are the main attraction to lantern-lined festivals and Japanese matsuri festivals.

     

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    This year marks the third run of “Hanamaki Hoshi Meguri no Yoru,” an event held during winter for guests staying at Hanamaki Onsen. The event is comprised of many elements, including fireworks, folk entertainment, and more. People will also write wishes and messages or draw pictures on their lanterns before sending them up into the winter night sky. Afterwards, they can enjoy a dip in the hot springs at Hanamaki Onsen to warm themselves up and unwind from the day.

     

    Running: January 26, 2020/February 22, 2020/February 11, 2020/February 16, 2020/February 24, 2020

    Location: Namari Ski Center
    Address: Nakadaira-36-1 Namari, Hanamaki, Iwate

     

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    China Lantern Festival | Chiba Prefecture

    Tokyo German Village is hosting its second China Lantern Festival, inspired by the typical traditional festivals held in China during spring. A selection of 30 lantern installations of varying sizes made by the world’s biggest lantern maker Lantern Group have been set up in the 50,000 square meter area. Pieces include lanterns over 10 meters long and high, lanterns floating on the water, moving lanterns, and more.

     

    Running: November 23, 2019 – April 5, 2020

    Location: Tokyo German Village

    Address: 419 Nagayoshi, Sodegaura, Chiba

     

    ▼Tokyo German Village Tour
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    Tsunan Yuki Matsuri | Niigata Prefecture

    Since 2012, the people of Tsunan in Niigata have raised sky lanterns into the sky to pray for the revival from the disaster that the Tohoku earthquake brought in 2011. It is a two-day festival, with the first day of the event taking place at night, and the second being the main day of the festival. The festival is so popular that tickets never fail to sell out quickly every year. It brings with it a host of events, from the lanterns to the snowboard straight jumping tournament, the hanging of snow lanterns, snowmobile rides, and more.

     

    Running: March 14, 2020 (There will also be a lantern event the night before on March 13, 2020)

    Location: New Greenpia Tsunan

    Address: 12300 Akinari, Tsunan, Nakauonuma-gun, Niigata

     

    ▼Niigata Tsunan Sky Lantern Festival Tour
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    Nagasaki Lantern Festival | Nagasaki Prefecture

    This festival was originally held during the Chinese New year by the people of Nagasaki Chinatown, but in 1994 it was given the name “Nagasaki Lantern Festival.” To date, it has been attended by over 1 million people. This year, around 15,000 lanterns of varying sizes are set to light the streets. Taking place across several areas, some standout pieces include the peach-coloured lanterns at Nagasaki Chinatown, the ceiling lanterns at Hamanomachi Arcade, the water lanterns at Nagashimagawa Park, and more. On weekends, there are also parades, traditional Chinese performance, and other exciting events. And if you head to Nagasaki Confucian Shrine (also known as Koshi-byo), you can offer a love lantern to pray for happiness in your relationship.

     

    Running: January 24, 2020 – February 9, 2020
    Locations: Nagasaki Chinatown/Central Park/Tojin Yashiki/and elsewhere
    Address: Various places throughout the city of Nagasaki

     

    ▼Nagasaki Lantern Festival

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    Nagasaki Tourism Page: https://travel.at-nagasaki.jp/en/what-to-see/62/

     

    Ryukyu Lantern Festival 2019-2020 | Okinawa Prefecture

    Murasaki Mura Ryukyu Kingdom Theme Park is known for having originally been used as the set for several historical drama series, and was subsequently turned into a theme park after filming was finished. The Ryukyu Lantern Festival welcomes a variety of different lanterns, including Chinese lanterns, paper lanterns, various Asian lanterns, and more, each of which bring a completely different atmosphere depending on the area you are in. This year sees the welcome return of the annual lantern contest where 45 individual lantern pieces are exhibited. There are also different street performances every day on the Night Lantern Stage, as well as projection mapping displays, the Night Lantern Cafe, and more.

     

    Running: December 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020

    Location: Murasaki Mura Ryukyu Kingdom Theme Park

    Address: 1020-1 Takashiho, Yomitan, Nakagami-gun, Okinawa

    Murasaki Mura Official Website: https://murasakimura.com/

     

     

    Be part of one of Japan’s many beautiful lantern festivals this year and witness some seriously breathtaking night scenes.

  • Celebrate Tokyo Midtown’s Cherry Blossoms at MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2020 Event

    24.January.2020 | SPOT

    MIDTOWN BLOSSOM 2020 is set to take place in Tokyo Midtown from March 20 to April 19 to celebrate and welcome the spring and the cherry blossoms.

     

    This marks the 13th year of the event, which will take place both in Tokyo Midtown’s garden area which is home to rows of gorgeous cherry trees, as well as around the building where they have sparkling wine, sweets, flower displays, and many other exciting things planned.

     

    CHANDON Blossom Lounge

    Enjoy a luxurious cherry blossom experience this year with a glass of premium Chandon sparkling wine available at the outdoor limited-time CHANDON Blossom Lounge. This vibrant sparkling rosé wine is the perfect accompaniment to your springtime banquet and to say “Cheers!” to this year’s hanami flower-viewing in Japan.

     

    There will also be food prepared by Nagase Mitsunao, head banquet chef at the 5-star Ritz-Carlton Tokyo Hotel, as well as incredibly decorative-looking sweets to adorn the able. There are two new types of seats available this year with Japanese twists to them, including seats in the roofed lounge where you can enjoy the cool spring weather in the evening.

     

    Running: March 20, 2020 – April 19, 2020 (Closed in the case of stormy weather)

    Time: 12:00-20:00 (Last Orders 19:30) *Extended to 21:00 (Last Orders 20:30) on Fridays, Saturdays and during cherry blossom full bloom

    Location: Midtown Garden, Sakura-dori area

    *Select seats require a reservation – full details to be released in mid-February

     

    Spring Flower Display ~Flower Art Award pre~

     

    Za Sogetsu is a performance unit specialising in ikebana, or flower arrangement. One of the most recognised groups in the industry, their work will displayed around various locations at Tokyo Midtown, including large-scale pieces as well as never-before-scene ones. One look at this breathtaking flower art will be enough to fill you with spring vibes.

     

    Running: March 20, 2020 – April 19, 2020

    Time: 9:30-24:00 (Galleria Floor 1F) / 11:00-21:00 (Galleria Floors 2F-3F)

    Location: Galleria 1F’s Tree Shower & various locations at Galleria 2F-3F

     

     

    Nighttime Cherry Blossom Light-Up

    The entire 200-meter length of cherry trees in Tokyo Midtown’s garden area will be lit up with beautiful illuminations at night-a sight that never fails to drawn in countless people. Before the flowers are in full bloom, pink lights will be used to get people ready for the main show. When the cherry blossoms are at their height, white lights will be used every night.

     

    Running: March 20, 2020 – April 19, 2020

    Time: 17:00-23:00

    Location: Midtown Garden, Sakura-dori area/In front of Garden Terrace

     

    Tokyo Midtown has many other events planned for spring 2020, so don’t miss out this year.

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