2013 J-Pop Anime Singing Contest

2012 J-Pop Anime Singing Contest

In celebration of the 40th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation and the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month, the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines is inviting all karaoke addicts, anime fans, and J-pop enthusiasts to the 5th J-pop Anime Signing Contest!

The 2013 J-Pop Anime Singing Contest is open to all Filipino amateur acts composed of one to five members. Participants from all age groups are accepted. Participants may choose to perform with their own musical instrument, a capella, or with karaoke tracks. Karaoke tracks are acceptable only if they can supply an original music CD.

Interested participants must submit to the JICC a duly accomplished application form along with an individual/group photo, short write-up about the performer/s, and a demo CD containing two Japanese songs by the participant/s. Application forms can be downloaded at ph.emb-japan.go.jp. The deadline for entries is on 31st May 2013.

For a complete listing of rules and other details, please visit ph.emb-japan.go.jp.

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  1. mich says:

    tanong ko lang kung yung individual photo ba ay okay lang ba yung 2×2? o full body photograph?? salamat!

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    1. Tapos na po ang deadline last 31st May 2013 😦

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      1. mich says:

        di po ba na-extend ng June 21, 2013? nagpasa pa rin po ako e. kala ko kasi extended hindi po ba

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      2. mich says:

        at saka tanong ko na rin po kung kelan usually nalalaman yung mga pasok na magp-perform? thank you

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