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World Cosplay Summit

The Mexican Team wins the 2018 World Cosplay Summit with their crowd stunning acrobatic Street Fighter performance.

The World Cosplay Summit is an annual event held in Nagoya, Japan, where cosplayers from around the world gather to showcase their skills and creativity. The event is a celebration of Japanese pop culture and features competitions, exhibitions, and workshops related to cosplay.

The World Cosplay Summit attracts thousands of cosplayers and fans from around the world, making it one of the largest and most prestigious cosplay events in the world. Participants come from countries such as the United States, Brazil, Germany, and Australia, all with a common passion for cosplay and Japanese pop culture.

The championship day on the 10th anniversary of the World Cosplay Summit 2012.

The main event of the World Cosplay Summit is the cosplay competition, where teams of two from different countries compete against each other. The teams are judged on their costumes, performance, and attention to detail, with the winners crowned as the World Cosplay Champions.

In addition to the cosplay competition, the event also features exhibitions and workshops where cosplayers can learn new skills and techniques, meet other cosplayers, and share their passion for cosplay.

Fans at the World Cosplay Summit championship at Oasis 21 on the 10th anniversary.

The World Cosplay Summit is not only a celebration of cosplay but also a way to promote cultural exchange and understanding. It brings together people from different countries and backgrounds to share their love of Japanese pop culture and cosplay.

In conclusion, the World Cosplay Summit held in Nagoya is an amazing event that brings together cosplayers from all over the world. It celebrates Japanese pop culture and promotes cultural exchange and understanding. If you’re a fan of cosplay or Japanese pop culture, the World Cosplay Summit is definitely an event you should add to your bucket list.

Semi-professional cosplayers competing showing off their homemade outfits before judges on the catwalk stage at the “home of cosplay”, Oasis 21. August 2018.