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Sakura-Con Welcomes Robbie Daymond

Robbie Daymond is a Native-American Voice Artist, Actor, and Performer based in Los Angeles. In the Anime world Robbie may be best known as the most prolific voice of Tuxedo Mask in VIZ’s dub of Sailor Moon & Sailor Moon Crystal.

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Sakura-Con Welcomes M-Project and TeddyLoid

M-Project began his career in 2000. He continues his primary goal of spreading Makina, a type of hardcore techno mainly produced in Spain, and he currently operates 4 labels, including MOB SQUAD TOKYO and Terraform Music.

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TeddyLoid started his career as MIYAVI’s DJ and sound producer by joining his world tour when he was only 18 years old. He also produced the OST for the GAINAX anime “Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt” with ☆Taku Takahashi(m-flo).

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Sakura-Con welcomes Joel McDonald

Joel McDonald has been an ADR director and voice actor for the past 11 years, mostly with Funimation Entertainment.

Joel’s nice and he wants to meet you. Come say hi.

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Sakura-Con welcomes Micah Solusod

He may not have magical powers but Micah Solusod is a fair-trade, free range professional voice actor and illustrator.

When he’s not posting terrible puns on Twitter, Micah works as the lead artist for the webcomic “Ties That Bind.”

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Sakura-Con welcomes Mana and Moi-même-Moitié

Mana is a living legend of Japanese music and a cornerstone of the original gothic lolita and visual kei movements. His band MALICE MIZER was formed in 1992 and had their major debut in 1997 on Nippon Columbia records. In 1999, Mana produced his original brand and store, Moi-même-Moitié.

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Sakura-Con welcomes OKAMOTO’S as our 2018 Musical Guests!

OKAMOTO’S is a four-piece rock band from Shinjuku, Tokyo with Okamoto Sho on vocals, Okamoto Kouki on guitar, Hama Okamoto on bass, and Okamoto Reiji on drums. All band members use “Okamoto” as their last names, paying respect to both the avant-garde artist Taro Okamoto and the legendary punk band Ramones.

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