AME Monogatari

Written by Chad

November 10, 2011

 

 

 

AME Monogatari
November 12, 2011
World Trade Center Manila
11AM to 9PM

  • Cosplay Competition
  • Online Contests
  • Spirited Cafe
  • Game Booths
  • Love Shrine
  • Fortune Telling
  • and more!

Let’s greet the new decade with a truly legendary event! On its eleventh year, the University of the Philippines Anime Manga Enthusiasts is bringing you yet another epic fair that will truly be one for the storybooks. Kitsune and kappa, yuurei and youkai, deities and humans alike – all are welcome to the celebration! Join your favorite premier collegiate anime organization this November as we enter the mythical world of Japanese folklore!

Presale tickets at PHP 130, onsite tickets at PHP 150; part of the proceeds will go to Japan in order to assist relief efforts!

 

For more information and event updates, check out the OFFICIAL AME MONOGATARI FB PAGE ( http://facebook.com/ame.monogatari ),the FAIR MICROSITE ( http://fair.up-ame.org/ ) or the OFFICIAL UP AME FORUMS ( http://forums.up-ame.org/ )!

 

The University of the Philippines Anime Manga Enthusiasts (UP AME) is the first-ever recognized collegiate anime organization in the Philippines, and are the same minds behind Una kAME!, kAME ulit!, AME Matsuri, AME Gakuensai, AME 8th Avenue, AME no Jidai and last year’s AME Track 10.

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