J-POP SUMMIT, hosted by SUPERFROG Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a Japanese cultural festival held every summer since 2009 in San Francisco. By introducing the latest in Japanese music, fashion, film, art, games, tech-innovations, anime, food, as well as niche subcultures, the festival has become a landing platform for new trends from Japan. The festival is also getting attention as an effective opportunity for promotion and entry point into US markets. In 2014, the festival was held in Japantown and enjoyed 120,000 in attendance in two days. In 2015 in our seventh year, we expand the festival area to four different locations in the city; Fort Mason Center, Union Square, NEW PEOPLE Cinema and Castro Theatre.
Japan Film Festival of San Francisco
Hosted by SUPERFROG Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Japan Film Festival of San Francisco is the first and only fully-dedicated annual Japanese film event of the San Francisco Bay Area. This ten-day festival will take place at NEW PEOPLE Cinema and Castro Theatre from Friday, August 7th and ending on Sunday, August 16th, 2015. The film festival will also be a prominent feature of the 2015 J-POP SUMMIT Festival, taking place in Fort Mason Center and Union Square, which kicks off together in the evening of Friday, August 7th and continues through the weekend of August 8th and 9th, 2015.
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