Get ready to dive into a burst of colour and vibrant energy as Tokyo Street, the award-winning cultural precinct, commemorates its 12th anniversary with a delightful ‘Harajuku Kawaii’ themed celebration.
Moreover, the excitement is doubled as Pavilion Kuala Lumpur joins the party, celebrating its 15th anniversary, promising an unforgettable experience for all!
Embracing Kawaii Culture and More
- Embracing Kawaii Culture and More
- AniManGaki Returns for a Thrilling Encore
- Elegance and Tradition Unite
- Immerse Yourself in Harajuku Culture
- Experiential Workshops and Cultural Exhibitions
- Capture and Win
- Exclusive Rewards and Surprises
- Embrace the Spirit of Tokyo Street
- An Enchanting Journey at Tokyo Street
- Join the Festivities
Step into the magical world of Harajuku as Tokyo Street comes alive with captivating pop-ups, enchanting decorations, and Instagrammable props that will transport shoppers into a fusion of Japanese culture, dining, shopping, anime, cosplay, and festival at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
AniManGaki Returns for a Thrilling Encore
Pavilion KL is thrilled to team up once again with AniManGaki, Malaysia’s renowned animation, comics, and games convention, to present a series of exciting events.
From thrilling competitions and runway shows to captivating displays, AniManGaki brings the best of pop culture to the heart of Tokyo Street. And as the icing on the cake, fans can meet international cosplay sensation KNITE, flying in all the way from Sydney, for an exclusive meet-and-greet on 29th July from 5 pm to 7 pm.
Elegance and Tradition Unite
The grand launch of Tokyo Street’s 12th-anniversary celebration was nothing short of spectacular.
The event saw esteemed guests of honour, including His Excellency Mr. Katsuhiko Takahashi, the Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia, Madam Mami Takahashi, wife of the Japanese Ambassador, and Puan Sri Cindy Lim, Executive Chairman of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
The celebration also was graced by the presence of prominent figures from Japan’s business and cultural community.
Immerse Yourself in Harajuku Culture
Tokyo Street welcomes shoppers to savour the delights of Harajuku’s iconic street food. With pop-ups from Frost n Bites, Tokyo Teppan, Kakiyuki, Okonomi, Matcha Hero, and Gindaco & Croissant Taiyaki, guests can indulge in a gastronomic adventure.
Experiential Workshops and Cultural Exhibitions
Harajuku Kawaii Pop-Up Festival awaits, offering a host of workshops and booths where visitors can explore the intricacies of Japanese culture.
From DIY phone case workshops to express bling nail art manicures, shoppers can delve into the world of Harajuku’s distinctive fashion and discover an array of figurines, toys, and dolls for the collector in them.
The Japan Embassy’s ‘Seasons of Japan’ exhibition, taking place at Tokyo Street from the 5th to 28th August, will showcase Japanese dolls and decorations, including warrior May Dolls (Kabuto), ornamental Hina Dolls representing the emperor, empress, and their court, a Tanabata Tree for shoppers to hang their wishes, as well as intricate tea sets.
Capture and Win
To commemorate the joyous occasion, visitors are encouraged to capture their most Insta-worthy moments using Pavilion KL’s ‘Harajuku Kawaii’ Instagram filter. By sharing your photos with the hashtag #HarajukuKawaii and tagging Pavilion KL, you can stand a chance to win special prizes.
Exclusive Rewards and Surprises
Pavilion Privileges members are in for an extra treat with exclusive kawaii experiences, including a shu uemura Kawaii Beauty Workshop where they can learn tips and techniques to create unique makeup looks.
Embrace the Spirit of Tokyo Street
Don a kimono or yukata from Kuma Yukata, and visitors can capture stunning photos of the famed Nakamise area, inspired by Japan’s renowned Nakamise-dori Street.
Alternatively, you can snap a memory beside the iconic asakusa lanterns, reminiscent of the Lantern of Kaminarimon at Senso-ji Temple in Japan.
An Enchanting Journey at Tokyo Street
After indulging in the exciting activities and pop-ups, shoppers can treat themselves to delectable Japanese cuisine at renowned restaurants within the precinct.
Since its opening in 2011, Pavilion KL’s Tokyo Street has been a beacon of Japanese culture and ambiance, earning the ‘Gold Award – Tokyo Street Grand Opening, Expansion & Renovation’ at the ICSC Asia Pacific Shopping Centre Awards 2012.
Throughout the years, the precinct has hosted pop culture icons like PIKOTARO, AKB48, and Doraemon!
Join the Festivities
Join the fun by snapping photos and taking videos of the exciting Tokyo Street activities and decorations, using the hashtags #TokyoStreetTurns12 #HarajukuKawaii, and #PavilionKL. Get ready for an enchanting journey through Harajuku Kawaii at Tokyo Street!