Fans of Senbonzakura will appreciate the art exhibition being presented at HarbourFront Centre. Tucked away on the 10th floor is the largest Senbonzakura art exhibition by Crypton Future Media, Inc and Snowcrash, now on till 31 October 2023.
First released in 2011, Senbonzakura is a popular vocaloid song by Japanese music producer Kurousa-P that features a catchy melody and fast rock beat. It is sung by the character Hatsune Miku.
Since its release, Senbonzakura has gained a massive following and inspired many other works like manga and novelisations with interesting characters and cute artwork, musicals and even Kabuki perofrmances.
HarbourFront Centre’s Senbonzakura Art Exhibition
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At the Senbonzakura art exhibition at HarbourFront Centre, you can view the works of artist Ittomaru.
There are also costumes and concept illustrations.
All these allow fans of the song and its singer Hatsune Miku to be immersed into the world of Senbonzakura.
As you walk around the Senbonzakura art exhibition at HarbourFront, you will find little posable spots such as a pink sakura tree.
There is also a screen where you can watch Hatsune Miku performing.
It is a fantastic opportunities for fans to soak in the art of Senbonzakura. In addition, exclusive Hatsune Miku merchandise can also be purchased at the event.
The Senbonzakura exhibition at HarbourFront Centre is a Singapore Cosplay Club licensed show.
Singapore Cosplay Club Show
The Singapore Cosplay Club Show will also be taking place on the 28 and 29 October 2023 at HarbourFront Centre. there will be performances with dancers and singers on stage with sakura themed decorations.
There will also be booths selling handmade merchandise and fan art, photo sessions and workshops at the show.
Senbonzakura exhibition at HarbourFront Centre is located on Level 10. It can only be accessed by Lobby D lifts.
Admission to the exhibition is free of charge but you will need to book an appointment here. It is open from 11 am to 7 pm.
Get more details about the exhibition here.