Early
Dec

Tokyo Comic Con 2021

¥550

The 2020 event will be online due to COVID-19. There will be appearances by Keifer Sutherland, Christina Ricci, Michael J. Fox, Elijah Wood, and Millie Bobby Brown as well as an opportunity to buy signed photos and merchandise.
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This year will mark Tokyo’s fourth Comic Con, and the scale promises to be even more massive than in previous years.

The event will have cosplayers, a cosplay contest, gatherings, meet-and-greets, an artists’ alley, booths, exhibits, stage events, and a Japanese food court.

As expected, there will be celebrity guests and opportunities to do meet and greet. The guests confirmed this year include Rupert Grint and Orlando Bloom. Even if you don’t plan to splurge on meet-and-greets, the cosplayers, displays, merchandise, and the fact that Tokyo now has a large-scale fan convention that’s oriented more towards Western media are still good reasons to give the event a try. Just make sure to prepare your wallet, as this event isn't exactly a cheapo option.

Admission Prices (from 2019)

Adults: ¥3,200 (Day 1 and 2) | ¥3,500 (Day 3)
High school students: ¥2,200 per day
3-day pass: ¥7,500
Children (primary school age and under): Free, but must be accompanied by a guardian–>

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