Party at WAKUWAKU JAPAN SUUPAA JAPAN This November

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WAKUWAKU JAPAN will hold a full day carnival followed by a club event on 14th November (Saturday) titled “SUUPAA JAPAN”(スーパージャパン)at WAVEHOUSE, Sentosa.

WAKUWAKU JAPAN will hold a full day carnival followed by a club event on 14th November (Saturday) titled “SUUPAA JAPAN”(スーパージャパン)at WAVEHOUSE, Sentosa.

The year-end is getting heated up for fans of Japanese pop-culture. WAKUWAKU JAPAN joins the list of hot new places to be for everything Japanese at Wave House Sentosa on 14 November 2015.

It will be a full-day carnival, followed by a club event giving you a taste of their famed Summer Matsuri festivals. There will be traditional music, a bon-odori dance, DJs and dance-floor activities with the sole purpose of bring music and dancing together for all to enjoy. A taste of what the WAKUWAKU Japan channel which launched in Singapore in July has been bringing to us!

So far, the guest list has already gotten fans excited.

Takeru Satoh played Kenshin in the popular Rurouni Kenshin Live-Action Trilogy.

Takeru Satoh played Kenshin in the popular Rurouni Kenshin Live-Action Trilogy.

Actor Takeru Satoh (Kenshin in Rurōni Kenshin Trilogy) will be making an appearance during the day, alongside amazingly talented dance troupes such as Kyushu-Danji Shinsengumi and TRIQSTAR. The entire event will be powered by intense performances by DJs banvox, HyperJuice, IKU and so on.

DJ HyperJuice promoting their new album “Lights”

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We can also get into the spirit of things with traditional dance groups; Nebuta-odori from Aomori and Suzume-odori from Sendai. Each will bring their own style of odori! Nebuta-odori is known for their haneto outfits and stomping around with the Rassera chant, while Suzume-odori will be giving us a taste of their fluttery “sparrow dance.”

Haneto dancers dance to chants of Rassera Rassera, Rasse Rasse Rassera. Credits: Japan-guide.com.

Haneto dancers dance to chants of Rassera Rassera, Rasse Rasse Rassera. Credits: Japan-guide.com.

Just on the line-up, you can expect it to expand beyond the pop-culture world most Singaporeans have fallen deeply in love with (me included)! Expect to see Japan as it is today. The music, the atmosphere and the energy people can’t seem to get enough.

More details of the event will be released on a later date.

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