The Wondercores participate in a lot of the events organised and held by the Embassy of Japan, Kenya. Our proudest moments were winning the 2014 Nodojiman Beauty Award and Mbithe winning this year’s Japanese Language speech contest (yay!). The events and competitions they hold are usually very interesting and lots of fun to either attend or participate in. We would really love it if you would all share in the fun so to that end, we shall do our very best to keep you updated on upcoming events and competitions.
J-Pop Nodojiman and Cosplay Competition:
The Wondercores will take the stage again on Saturday, October 03, 2015, at the Embassy of Japan, Kenya as participants of the J-Pop Festival which will include, as part of its program, a J-Pop Nodojiman and a Cosplay Competition.
A Nodojiman is a Japanese Singing Competition therefore, the J-Pop Nodojiman will limit the music selected by its participants to the J-Pop genre. All non-Japanese citizens who will either sing a J-Pop or anime song are eligible to participate.
Cosplay is short for costume play and involves dressing and acting as popular characters from television and film and all non-Japanese citizens are eligible to participate in this.
Registration for these competitions are now open for individuals and groups (a maximum of 5 per group) through emailing your name, contact details and the competition(s) for which you are registering for to firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration deadline is on Friday, 14th August 2015 and quick registration is encouraged because there are only a few slots available in these competitions.
There will be a free Japanese movie screening of ‘Brave Story’ at the Embassy of Japan in Kenya on Saturday, August 15th 2015 at 2.00 p.m.. We encourage you all to attend with a friend or two and register for it by sending an email with yours and your friends’ details to email@example.com by Friday, August 14th 2015.
We would really love to meet (or compete with) you so register and come have some fun with us and if you need some more information, please contact the Embassy of Japan via email.
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In a perfect world, Gillian would be travelling round the world in her red vintage VW T1 van (Hippie Van) gathering stories of the people she meets and retelling them to those ready to listen. She is in the process of building this world which is now going to have all of you in it.