J-Pop Summit have announced the details of their second night of Japanese music performances, including live concerts from kimono cosplay singers YANAKIKU, electro-pop mannequin duo FEMM, and Japan's legendary techno DJ, Ken Ishii.
Details and ticket information at http://www.j-pop.com.
YANAKIKU will perform songs from their first full album 'YANAKIKU NO ENBAN' in addition to their hosting duties at J-Pop Summit's "Ryokan Pavilion" at the POP TRAVEL Area inside Fort Mason Center. At the pavilion, visitors can experience the culture of Japanese traditional "ryokan," including rooms, foods, hot springs, views, and souvenirs. Guests are invited to wear yukata and geta (Japanese kimono robes and wooden sandals) and enjoy a virtual tour, which recreates ryokan, stays through a combination of HD video projection and life-sized scale model rooms.
YANAKIKU recently released a new music video for "Guru Guru Choice" from YANAKIKU NO ENBAN. The video features the girls as contestants on a wild game show hosted by Japanese comedian King of Comedy Takahashi, battling dancing sushi and giggling their way through spinning games. Known for their kimono cosplay fashion, YANA and KIKU also premiered new outfits for the video.
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