Kadokawa group's anime character goods company Chara-Ani has announced that advance sales of the special collaboration items between Snow Miku 2019 and Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World Memory Snow will be held at the forthcoming 70th Sapporo Snow Festival starting on February 4, 2019. Check out the lineup of the dream collaboration after the jump!
Visitors to this year's Sapporo Snow Festival will be able to board a frosty X-Wing, thanks to the event's third Star Wars-themed installation! See previous years' sculptures, and check out a mock-up of what's to come, after the jump!
The 69th annual Sapporo Snow Festival will be held from February 05 - 12, 2018, and this year a trio of unlikely characters from Satoru Noda's seinen adventure manga, Golden Kamuy, will have their likenesses carved in snow and displayed for the public. Hit the jump to learn more.
Captain Sumitani of Anime! Anime!, a Japanese media news site, has published an extensive photo report of the anime-themed snow sculptures on display at the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival, which runs until February 11 at the venues in Odori and Susukino and until February 18 at the venue in Tsudome. Hit the jump to check a sampling of the pictures.
A pair of pictures have surfaced on social media depicting the creation of a massive snow sculpture featuring characters form Hajime Isayama's break-out hit manga and TV anime, Attack on Titan, for the upcoming 2016 Sapporo Snow Festival. Hit the jump to check them out.
The new design for the 2016 "Snow Miku" character for the Sapporo Snow Festival has been selected. Hit the jump to see the results.
Today was the start of the annual Sapporo Snow Festival in Sapporo, Hokkaido, which features a variety of ice and snow sculptures in various part of the city as part of the festivities. Among the 222 sculptures featured this year are ones for Snow Miku, Luffy, Chopper, Doraemon, and many more. Read on for a photo tour of some of the many works on display, both anime and not.