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One of the most amazing scenes I saw at Sakura-Con 2013 is shown above. On Saturday afternoon, the park outside the Seattle convention center appeared to be filled with a sea of cosplayers. Last year’s convention was also well-attended, but … Continue reading
by Tom Good, with photography by Tom Good and Sahara Sooter Sakura-Con drew 19,040 fans to the Seattle Convention Center to celebrate cosplay, anime, and Asian culture. Even though this topped last year’s total of around 18,000, the event seemed … Continue reading
Sakura-Con 2010 by Tom Good This year’s Sakura-Con was the largest ever, with an attendance of just over 18,000 people at the Seattle Convention Center. The convention provides an amazing variety of things to do, combining educational and cultural events … Continue reading
I’m in Seattle to cover this year’s Sakuracon. I’ll have a full convention report later, but for now enjoy some photos from the convention: Cosplay photos Friday Dance photos Cosplay Contest photos – behind the scenes Saturday Dance Photos Lolita … Continue reading
by Tom Good Photography by Gregor Torrence and Tom Good “I like getting to hug people.” That’s how one young woman answered the question, “what do you like best about Sakura-Con?” “What is it about an anime convention that allows … Continue reading
Wow. Convention report on the way, more pictures here. I like this one, too.