Sunday, June 05, 2011

Wotagei in France: Asuka Inverse & Usagi No Namihey ^-^

In a couple of weeks, my friend Asuka Inverse and the Japanese Idol from Dear Stage Usagi No Namihey are going to perform a live concert in Paris, on 24th and 26th of June. ^^

Those are great news for France, Japan and the International Idol Otaku community, because this event will be the first time that a foreigner amateur Idol and a Japanese amateur Idol offer, together, a live concert outside Japan. ^^

You can remember Usagi No Namihey from her street concerts in Tokyo, and the wotgaei that she showed to her fans in Akihabara. ^^

But, in the last months, she also had an international projection thanks to her participation in Japan Expo 2010. ^^

But something that I really appreciate from Usagi No Namihey is "her wota side": even if she has became an mainstream Idol, she has not forget to encourage wotagei in her concerts. ^^

My friend Asuka Inverse has chosen a really great Akiba-kei Idol for promote wotagei in France. I hope this event could improve the quality of the international wota community. ^^



María Elena said...

hola! bueno encontre tu página porque estaba buscando información de morning musume (ya que soy fan de mari yaguchi), que lugares recomiendas visitar en akihabara? para disfrutar, ya que creo que probablemente haga un viaje a japón y no me quiero perder la oportunidad de ver idols alla en Japón. También será posible ver a las AKB48 o a las Tokyo Girls Style? Gracias por la información de tu blog me ha servido de mucho para entender muchas cosas y conocer más idols :D

Christian Hernández said...

Actualmente en Akihabara, ya no se pueden hacer performances en la vía pública... por eso te recomiendo visitar el DEAR STAGE:

Allí seguramente encontrarás personas que te ayuden a conseguir boletos para otro tipo de eventos Idols... ^^

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