Two music acts have been confirmed for Hyper Japan this summer, including Azumi Inoue, the singer behind the themes for several of Studio Ghibli's most famous films such as My Neighbour Totoro, Laputa, Castle in the Sky and Kiki’s Delivery Service. Azumi's daughter Yuyu will be performing alongside her.
Also confirmed for the Hyper Japan stage is Charisma.com, which is formed of DJ Itsuka and MC Gonchi. The act is described as an "electro-rap unit".
Hyper Japan will take place between July 15-17 at Kensington Olympia London's Olympia Grand.
Friday tickets are £15 for access from 12-8pm, while Saturday's morning session is £15, afternoon is £17 and the full day is £23. Sunday full day tickets are available for £17. Alternatively you can grab a three day pass for £43.
Hyper Japan Festival 2016 will feature the popular Eat-Japan area, HYPER Game & Anime Park, HYPER Kawaii area and the Culture Area delivering food and drink, fashion items, video games, anime paraphernalia, traditional handicrafts and more.