Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s premier shopping destination, is proud to unveil a month long celebration to commemorate Tokyo Street’s 7th Anniversary and the return of ‘Japan Expo Malaysia 2018’, an immersive 3-day All-Japan event which gathers Japan’s most iconic cultures, music, anime, art, fashion, food, travel and live entertainment to Malaysia.
From now until the 31st of July 2018, come revel in all things Japanese under one roof at Pavilion KL with four dedicated experiential zones – Taste of Japan, Entertainment, Travel & Education, and Art & Culture – guaranteed to give you unforgettable excitement all month long. Get your game on with a bevy of Japanese arcade games and machines, participate in fun, Japanese-themed workshops such as Taby House Painting and Zen Bonsai, as well as take pictures with giant LINE Dolls displays and cute mascots from Warbie and Sylvanian Families.
Organised by G-Yu Creative Company, the exciting Japan Expo Malaysia 2018 (JEMY 2018) takes place from the 27th to 29th July 2018 and brings a bolder, fresher line up of Japanese celebrities, booths and exhibitions.
Popular for his viral song, PPAP or better known as “Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen”, Pop Sensation PIKOTARO makes a comeback to Malaysia and this exhilarating event with the launch of a brand new song. Enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see PIKOTARO perform live and meet-and-greet this energetic viral-hit Japanese star.
There will also be special performances and appearances by You Kikkawa, misono, LADYBABY, ChocoLate Bomb, THE SIXTH LIE and METROPOLIS de ONELIA to name a few. This exciting line up of artistes and teen idol groups from Japan will be sure to recreate an immersive celebrative atmosphere for every Japanese fan.
Visitors will also get the chance to rub shoulders with famous cosplayer Hiroyuki-Mitsume Takahash, movie actor Shogen, and singer Ryuji Aoki among others. If you’re looking for an ‘Infinite Japan’ experience, this is definitely the event to be seen at.
For more information, shoppers can visit www.japanexpomalaysia.com, www.pavilion-kl.com or contact Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s Concierge at 03 2118-8833. Shoppers can also check real-time updates on Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/PavilionKL, Twitter page at @Pavilion_KL, Instagram account @PavilionKualaLumpur or LINE @PavilionKL.
Tokyo Street 7th Anniversary activities and promotions
Fuji Sushi serves quality sushi and other Japanese cuisine at affordable prices in a warm and friendly environment.
Hokkaido Ramen Santouka
Santouka founder – Hitoshi Hatanaka wanted to develop a classic ramen for all to enjoy, made with a simple soup that could be savoured to the last, spoonful and topped with a fabulous char-siu pork. In essence, a masterfully assembled ramen whose superior ingredients and magnificent, robust flavour would truly stand out and long-lasting.
Matcha Hero Kyoto
Taste the richness of Japanese green tea ice cream and drinks made from Marukyu Koyamaen Green Tea.
Shojikiya offers a variety of food products from chocolates, chips, crackers, candy, beverages, and ice cream including canned foods, sauces and dressing, frozen foods and wines that are imported from Japan.
Daiso’s stores provide a unique experience of curiosity and enjoyment for thousands of customers to go home satisfied, not only in Japan but now all over the world. From dishes, foods, toiletries, and sundries to makeup, stationary goods, and tools, Daiso offers a wide variety of products at only RM5.57.
Aside to Tokyo Street, there’s a wide range of different restaurants and shops in the mall to cater all Japanese fans.