Ichigo = strawberry
This 78 sqm stage has a whole hall for itself, hall 1, to feature some of the most impressive events of the festival: concerts, cosplay shows, panels, and screenings.
The biggest stage of the festival that can welcome up to 3,000 people!
Yuzu = a type of citrus fruit
Follow the yellow path to get to hall 2 and attend panels about manga or web culture with guests or participants wishing to share their passions, or to take part in games and win prizes.
With 376 seats, this open stage allows a wide audience to attend some of the most expected events of the festival.
Sakura = cherry blossom
The pink signs will lead you to hall 3, at the heart of the area dedicated to Japanese traditions and culture.
The Sakura stage will show you the beauty of traditional arts such as ikebana, teach you the basics of Japanese cuisine, will invite you to attend folk shows, or to meditate.
Sumiré = violets
Come meet the guests at the area dedicated to signings. After going to the Signing Desk to get a signing ticket (you must have one!), go to the Sumiré areas to meet the artists from whom you want a signing and get your personal souvenir.
Budô = grapes
Two tatami areas are dedicated to demonstrations and martial art initiations. If you want to have a look at shôrinji kenpô, or try aikidô or karate, that’s the place to be!