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Hyper Japan Winter-Our Highlights

Hyper Japan Winter-Our Highlights

Hyper Japan Winter 2018

 We love all things Japanese here at GeekyClean the culture, myths, aesthetic and lifestyle it’s a big inspiration for us and a massive part of what made us geeky.



Hyper japan is London’s biggest event celebrating Japanese culture, food and fashion so we just had to take a trip down to the Olympia London.


Here are a few of our highlights from the event and things you definitely need to check out at the next winter or summer event.

HYPER JAPAN is the UK's Biggest Japanese Culture & Food Show

HYPER JAPAN Winter 2018

Dates: Fri 16 - Sun 18 November 2018

Venue: Olympia London


lots of Kawaii (cute) plushies and toys from your favourite shows were available to buy such as Gudetama.These were found at Tofu Cute

Sakura cha tea leaves, one of the more unusual things on offer at hyper japan.These were on sale from Camden tea company and they smelled amazing.

Each section of the show was named after a famous spot in Japan, the section named Akihabara the famous electric town of Tokyo.

Anime figures on display, can you spot Hatsune Miku the digital pop idol?

There were plenty of artists from showing their handmade prints and wares, i did not get the name of this stand but the artwork was lovely.

Even the advertisements were cute, this crane and mountain banner was for a travel sim card company.

There several events cantered around Kimono's and how to wear them.

Lucky cats were everywhere! 

Japanese bath salts, they smelled like cherry blossom i just had to get some to try out.

I do love the smell of cherry blossoms and they even changed the water to pink.

Asakusa is home to Tokyo's oldest temple 

There were plenty of Pokémon toys, sweets and clothes on offer with the recent release of two new Pokémon games.

Live bands were performing all afternoon and evening.

Japanese food freshly cooked on site was on of the highlights of the show for us.


Saki and spirit's were also on offer.

spirits and wine.

Noodles, so many noodles.

Yakisoba, how many ways can you eat it!?

Handmade goods made by local artisans.

Calligraphy lessons.

Kimonos and fans.

Teacups, plates, bowls cup and chopsticks were for sale from Doki Japanese Tableware.

Festive Curry? This display was very cute!

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