September 28-29, 2019
Dorpat Conference Center / Tasku Center
AniMatsuri is a festival for those interested in the Japanese culture. The emphasis is on the Japanese pop culture - anime, manga (Japanese comic), music, video games, fashion, etc. This is a two-day festival organized and run by volunteers with the goal to bring together Japanese culture enthusiasts from Estonia, its neighbors, and even farther. During this weekend the visitors can listen to presentations, take part in various workshops, witness or even participate in multiple competitions and most important, interact with other culture enthusiasts. The organizers are all fans of the Japanese culture and want to provide a safe and cozy place for others like them, be they just started anime fans or serious japanophiles. While the event is mainly aimed at teens, even adults will have something to enjoy in the programme. The goal of AniMatsuri is to provide entertainment and fun activities to the awesome community without whom the festival would not be happening.
And as two days are clearly not enough to introduce the Japanese culture, a new festival has emerged in the past few years - Japan Month. For four weeks in September and October we organize interesting events in Tartu and Tallinn for Japanese culture enthusiasts of all ages. There will be presentations, workshops, movie nights, video game and board game evenings, demonstrations and concerts.
AniMatsuri 2019 Reports and Photos
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AniMatsuri 2018 — September 22-23, 2018
AniMatsuri 2017 — September 22-24, 2017
AniMatsuri 2016 — September 24-25, 2016
AniMatsuri 2015 — September 18-20, 2015
AniMatsuri 2014 — September 19-21, 2014
AniMatsuri 2013 — September 20-22, 2013
AniMatsuri 2010 — September 25-26, 2010