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Kawaii Land

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Design Exchange

234 Bay Street

Toronto, ON M5K 1B2

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After the success of the Kawaii Cafe; mowgen has decided to expand from it's previous event theme pertaining to all things cute with Kawaii Land. Kawaii Land will be another community gathering and meet up event for cute fashion and cute artwork enthusiasts in Toronto!

Kawaii Land will take place in Toronto's historic Design Exchange

Design Exchange, a not-for-profit museum funded by its members and donors, is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the pursuit of design excellence and preservation of design heritage. At the crossroads of multiple disciplines, from furniture and architecture to graphics and fashion, our exhibitions, talks, workshops, and youth education programs are curated to reflect the popular zeitgeist and contemporary culture while demonstrating the relevance and importance of design to everyday life. We are committed to delivering accessible design experiences and education and we aim to provide the tools necessary to connect design learning to the ordinary and extraordinary.

Things to do at Kawaii Land

GIANT CAKE HOUSE and mowgen Photo Booth

The Kawaii Cafe amazed patrons with it's adorable bakery photo booth. This year, we are stunning guests with a GIANT CAKE HOUSE which patrons can take photos of. Of course, we will still have our photo booth for your perusal.

mowgen Sweet Shop

Hard to find quirky sweets and drinks for sale!

Skip the line up tickets

Event is free admission, if it reaches full capacity you can skip the line up by ordering a ticket.

Pre-order a kawaii lunch box with your skip the line up ticket and have an adorable meal at Kawaii Land; each lunch box comes with vegetarian onigiri, ramune, and a Kracie Popin' Cookin DIY kit.

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Special Cosplay Guests from Toronto, Ontario!

Baeged Cosplays
About: 22 year old Canadian cosplayer, desperately sewing her way through her obsessions, one by one.
All costumes made by me unless otherwise indicated.
Baeged Cosplays has been cosplaying since 2011! http://ko-fi.com/baeged

Xgouki Cosplay
About: I'm Yuuko, a genderfluid (transitioning) cosplayer from Toronto, Canada! Transitioning Canadian cosplayer. University student. Gamer. Foodie. All-around nerd.

Celebrating Japanese Fashion!

Salon de Tea + Kimono サロン・ド・ティー・プラス・キモノ will be returning as a special guest! Genuine kimono, dressing accessories and Japanese design crops will be sold. There will also be a Kimono dressing work shop. Come meet the owner of Salon de Tea + Kimono サロン・ド・ティー・プラス・キモノ and learn about authentic Japanese culture, and fashion.

Kimono Dressing Workshop
A 30 minute show with a model on how to properly dress up in a traditional Japanese kimono.
Show Times: 2 to 2:30pm and 5 to 5:30pm

Exhibiting Cute Artwork and Designs

Our mandate: to curate and exhibit cute artwork and fashion that is inspired by the root word "“可愛”.

Exhibitors

Magical Girl Shoppu
Come see one of a kind decoden phone cases, key chains, jewelry, and pins. All artwork created by Magical Girl Shoppu is 100% handmade and made in Canada!

inomnom
Peddles deliciously silly things in the forms of enamel pins, pouches, stickers, prints and more. We're excited to share our quirky designs of iconic foods, video games and pop culture that make you smile and laugh!

Makohouse
Makohouse is a watercolour artist from Toronto who is always seeking to inject a little floral and whimsy in all of her pieces. The core of her work is to feel at ease. As though one were to walk through her garden of illustrations as one would walk through a greenhouse; enjoying the ebb and ow.

Vivian Lo
Vivian has been participating in conventions over the years, including but not limited to, the Sailormoon Celebration, Anime Shogatsu, Anime North, and Fan Expo. She has also presented a panel at Anime North called "Colour in Japanese Animation and Manga", which highlighted the significance of colour in animation and manga.

Dylan Ricci
Hi! My name is Dylan and I currently run an Etsy shop where I sell pins based on my favourite videos games and animation. My style is based on cute doodles that I would draw in my school notebooks. I try my best to redesign popular characters in my own style as well as create completely new characters as well.

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Design Exchange

234 Bay Street

Toronto, ON M5K 1B2

Canada

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

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