San Japan XI

Magical Universe Anime Convention


Labor Day Weekend - 08/31-09/02/18

San Antonio, TX - HBG Convention Center

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Wednesday July 18th

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San Japan XI would like to welcome DJ HYPE☆GIRL and W.T. Snacks who perform together as SNACK ATTACK. They will be the headliners for our Friday Night Electronic Dance.

A name carrying much internet infamy, W.T. Snacks has been the host of his own weekly online radio show and downloadable podcast “Midnight Snacks” for the past 13+ years, showcasing a variety of music from around the world, often with an emphasis on the best electronic music from Japan. In order to bridge the gap between the internet and the club, he’s been bringing his talents as a DJ to the real life stage.

2017 was a very busy year, celebrating his radio show’s 12th anniversary with a live show in NYC going b2b with Anamanaguchi’s own Knife City and ABSRDST, headlining Colossalcon’s Thursday night rave, and several US shows with Bemani legend kors k. No stranger to promoting in addition to DJing, he both organized and played FAKKU’s rooftop party for Anime Expo 2017, Anime Weekend Atlanta’s brand new Friday night rave, and has recently joined the team of label Attack The Music, who are responsible for some of the best anime convention dances in the whole of America.

2018 has been similarly engaged, featuring multiple sets at Anime Expo’s AX Dance (including with DJ HYPE☆GIRL as SNACK ATTACK), throwing an entire MAGFest official nightclub show, and going international with Midnight Snacks by bringing his 13th anniversary show all the way to Tokyo, Japan, and even more.

An all-mix DJ to the extreme, Snacks enjoys showcasing the breadth of his musical knowledge in his DJing style, dropping a multitude of genres, from reckless rave, panic pop, warp house, future club, and hybrid twerk, to irregular hi-break, candy hypercore, nu-style festival sound and underground international netstyle. Always looking towards the future while taking inspiration from the past, expect a journey through sound that will move your body like no other!

Website: midnightsnacks.fm

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An eclectic mix of fun, fashion, and good tunes, DJ HYPE☆GIRL (don’t forget the star!) has been refining her musical palette since the big days of Blogspot. Whether it’s a secret SoundCloud banger or an anime opening theme, DJ HYPE☆GIRL’s relentless energy is sure to pump up just about any crowd!

Since 2017, she has performed at Anime Central’s LOVE♥SHINE outdoor rave, along with the official raves for Colossalcon, Anime Los Angeles, Genericon, and Anime Expo (both solo and b2b with W.T. Snacks as SNACK ATTACK). Additionally, she’s performed at several club gigs from the east coast to the midwest.

Together with W.T. Snacks, they comprise the duo SNACK ATTACK, who initially performed together at Orlando, Florida’s regular J-pop and idol themed event Kira Kira Pop in 2016. SNACK ATTACK has opened up for YUC’e at galaxy’s 10th-anniversary party at Anime Expo 2017 and made their international debut in Kobe, Japan this past fall, culminating in a prime time Saturday night slot at Anime Expo 2018’s AX Dance. The combination of their fresh “all-mix” styles always leads to a unique b2b (back-to-back) set!

Website: beckattack.com
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San Japan XI would like to welcome DJ HYPE☆GIRL and W.T. Snacks who perform together as SNACK ATTACK. They will be the headliners for our Friday Night Electronic Dance.

A name carrying much internet infamy, W.T. Snacks has been the host of his own weekly online radio show and downloadable podcast “Midnight Snacks” for the past 13+ years, showcasing a variety of music from around the world, often with an emphasis on the best electronic music from Japan. In order to bridge the gap between the internet and the club, he’s been bringing his talents as a DJ to the real life stage.

2017 was a very busy year, celebrating his radio show’s 12th anniversary with a live show in NYC going b2b with Anamanaguchi’s own Knife City and ABSRDST, headlining Colossalcon’s Thursday night rave, and several US shows with Bemani legend kors k. No stranger to promoting in addition to DJing, he both organized and played FAKKU’s rooftop party for Anime Expo 2017, Anime Weekend Atlanta’s brand new Friday night rave, and has recently joined the team of label Attack The Music, who are responsible for some of the best anime convention dances in the whole of America.

2018 has been similarly engaged, featuring multiple sets at Anime Expo’s AX Dance (including with DJ HYPE☆GIRL as SNACK ATTACK), throwing an entire MAGFest official nightclub show, and going international with Midnight Snacks by bringing his 13th anniversary show all the way to Tokyo, Japan, and even more.

An all-mix DJ to the extreme, Snacks enjoys showcasing the breadth of his musical knowledge in his DJing style, dropping a multitude of genres, from reckless rave, panic pop, warp house, future club, and hybrid twerk, to irregular hi-break, candy hypercore, nu-style festival sound and underground international netstyle. Always looking towards the future while taking inspiration from the past, expect a journey through sound that will move your body like no other!

Website: http://midnightsnacks.fm

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An eclectic mix of fun, fashion, and good tunes, DJ HYPE☆GIRL (don’t forget the star!) has been refining her musical palette since the big days of Blogspot. Whether it’s a secret SoundCloud banger or an anime opening theme, DJ HYPE☆GIRL’s relentless energy is sure to pump up just about any crowd!

Since 2017, she has performed at Anime Central’s LOVE♥SHINE outdoor rave, along with the official raves for Colossalcon, Anime Los Angeles, Genericon, and Anime Expo (both solo and b2b with W.T. Snacks as SNACK ATTACK). Additionally, she’s performed at several club gigs from the east coast to the midwest.

Together with W.T. Snacks, they comprise the duo SNACK ATTACK, who initially performed together at Orlando, Florida’s regular J-pop and idol themed event Kira Kira Pop in 2016. SNACK ATTACK has opened up for YUC’e at galaxy’s 10th-anniversary party at Anime Expo 2017 and made their international debut in Kobe, Japan this past fall, culminating in a prime time Saturday night slot at Anime Expo 2018’s AX Dance. The combination of their fresh “all-mix” styles always leads to a unique b2b (back-to-back) set!

Website: http://beckattack.com

 

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MY BODY IS READY

Tuesday July 17th

San Japan

Coming to San Japan 2018: The Texas YouTube Concert.

4 Music Artists, 1 Concert, 1 Amazing Night.

Featuring Caleb Hyles, OR3O, Will Ryan of DAGames and RichaadEB. This will be on Friday Night of the convention.
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Yo Caleb Hyles though!

My 6 yr old niece loves bendy, and the music she's gonna freak out....so the concert is only gonna be on friday and will they be there for the rest of the weekend..

Hey San Japan group! Do ya'll know where I can find the actual rules for volunteering?

I’m hyped for Caleb Hyles. Dude has an amazing voice. Rachaadeb is pretty neat also!

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Sarah DeHart

Ross Dollar

Redpixel Eightbit

Joseph Jones

Rk Hudson omg omg omg omg!!!

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Monday July 16th

San Japan

San Japan would like to welcome Japanese Voice Actress Kanae Itō to our 2018 convention.

Kanae Itō made her major debut in the 2007 Shugo Chara! anime, playing the role of Amu Hinamori and Dia. Since then, she has voiced numerous roles in both anime and video games. She has played roles in such anime as Sword Art Online (Yui), Divine Gate (Midori), A Certain Scientific Railgun (Ruiko Saten), Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid (Miura Rinaldi), Hanasaku Iroha – Blossoms for Tomorrow (Ohana Matsumae), Haganai (Sena Kashiwazaki), The World God Only Knows (Elysia de Lute Ima), and To Love-Ru (Nana Astar Deviluke). She has also appeared in such games as Final Fantasy XIII (Lumina), Ar Tonelico 2 (Cynthia), Persona 4 (Ai Ebihara), Dragonball Video Game Series (Supreme Kai of Time), and Granblue Fantasy (Sturm). Kanae Itō recent roles includes Gundam Build Divers (Nanami Nanase) and Harukana Receive (Ayasa Tachibana).

Kanae Itō is affiliated with Aoni Production.
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San Japan would like to welcome Japanese Voice Actress Kanae Itō to our 2018 convention.

Kanae Itō made her major debut in the 2007 Shugo Chara! anime, playing the role of Amu Hinamori and Dia. Since then, she has voiced numerous roles in both anime and video games. She has played roles in such anime as Sword Art Online (Yui), Divine Gate (Midori), A Certain Scientific Railgun (Ruiko Saten), Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid (Miura Rinaldi), Hanasaku Iroha – Blossoms for Tomorrow (Ohana Matsumae), Haganai (Sena Kashiwazaki), The World God Only Knows (Elysia de Lute Ima), and To Love-Ru (Nana Astar Deviluke). She has also appeared in such games as Final Fantasy XIII (Lumina), Ar Tonelico 2 (Cynthia), Persona 4 (Ai Ebihara), Dragonball Video Game Series (Supreme Kai of Time), and Granblue Fantasy (Sturm). Kanae Itō recent roles includes Gundam Build Divers (Nanami Nanase) and Harukana Receive (Ayasa Tachibana).

Kanae Itō is affiliated with Aoni Production.

 

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Be sure to check out a wiki for a more thorough list of what she's done. The list is long. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanae_It%C5%8D?wprov=sfla1

UGH! IF ONLY I COULD FIND MY COPY IF AR TONELICO 2

AO NO KISEKI YOU GUYS ROCK FOR GETTING HER!!

STRUM

Awesome!

OMG SHUGO CHARA WAS ONE OF MY FIRST ANIME AAAAA

OHANA!!!

SENA ♡♡♡♡♡♡

Omfg!

STURM-DONO

Dalton Celusta San japan has redeemed themselves

😍😍😍😍

James Sturm!

Rin Cantu

Ashley Cedillo Alyssa Rangel

Mikki Garcia

Jellal Fernandez

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