The upcoming edition of Heroes Made in Asia has been moved to May 6 & 7, 2023 in Evenementenhal Gorinchem.
After a successful first edition of Heroes Made in Asia in October, we can announced the new date of our second edition: Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 May 2022 in Evenementenhal Gorinchem. Heroes Made in Asia is the meeting place where fans can share their passion for Asian pop culture such as manga, anime, Asian cuisine, cosplay, and gaming. Ticket sales start this Friday.
Heroes Made in Asia is the place to be to meet up with others alike. Is anime your thing? Then you could pay a visit to the Dutch Anime Community and discuss with others why Naruto is your favorite anime. Is gaming more your thing? Challenge others to a smash bros battle! Or perhaps you’re always thinking about who you are going to cosplay next and you want make costumes yourself. Luckily for you there are plenty of others who would like to learn more about this as well.
No need to sit still during Made in Asia! The Active Heroes area has been created specifically with exercise and movement as its main goal. Take part in different workshops about eastern marital arts like Laido and Kendo, or learn special dance moves during one of the Para Para workshops! You like everything about K-pop? Make sure you stop by the K-pop workshop!
Dive into a different world when you visit the Food Market. Take in the rich aromas of the fresh products that are being prepared; Let your eyes wander over all the colorful dishes and taste the flavors of different cultures! The Food Market at Heroes Made in Asia has a lot to offer for the real foodies and everyone who enjoys tasty dishes and drinks! Curious about what you’ll find on the Food Market? We’ve listed a few of the treats that are being sold at Heroes Made in Asia below.
Mandy Frank is one of our German artists in the artist alley. You could recognize her from her signature watercolour paintings and tattoos. In this article, we will give you a preview of who Mandy Frank is, why she will participate at HMIA and what you can expect from her at the event. Mandy started …
A very unique participant this year in Heroes Made in Asia is certainly Royal Ink located in Brunssum, South Limburg. In 2014 owner Nick Limpens founded tattoo studio Royal Ink in Brunssum. Now 7 years later, Royal Ink has become a true concept in the tattoo world and surroundings. Quality, Hygiene and personal designs are of paramount importance! And most importantly, Royal Ink will be present during Heroes Made in Asia 2021.
Today Venzu, our mascot for all merchandise, would like to introduce to you the newest participants of Heroes Made in Asia. Venzu is very excited to introduce these new participants and to welcome them to our wonderful event. In this article, you will find everything about these participants and what you can expect from them.
This week Venzu will introduce you to our newest participants for Heroes Made in Asia in October. The participants he would like to introduce you to is Anna draw stuff, Miyuuhime and Pan-tastique. In this article, you can get to know them and what you could expect from these participants at Heroes Made in Asia.
Venzu is the Heroes Made in Asia mascot for everything regarding merchandise. Today, he will introduce you to the newest participants on the Asian market. The participants that we will introduce are Cute Stuff, Kami arts and Nippon Kawaii. In this article, there will be described who these participants are and what you can expect from them at Heroes Made in Asia.
Venzu is one of the mascots of Heroes Made in Asia. He is absolutely in love with everything that has to do with Japanese, Korean and Chinese food and products. So, he is quite excited to show all the visitors the three new exhibitors who will attend the event. He will introduce the new exhibitors to you!
We as Heroes Made in Asia have decided that in the next coming weeks, we will put our artists in the spotlight. This week we will focus on nikkismitsillustration. Nikki from Rotterdam is already two years a fulltime freelance illustrator. Additionally, she also will be part of the first edition of Heroes Made in Asia. In this article, you can read more about who she is, what you could expect from her, and why she is a good fit with our visitors.
Komende weken zullen wij van Heroes Made in Asia onze artiesten op het evenement in de spotlight zetten. Deze week zijn we in gesprek gegaan met Joris Habraken van Studio Vlinderdas. Joris is momenteel een kunstenaar momenteel in opleiding op het AKV St. Joost. Met zijn enthousiaste en sociale persoonlijkheid past zijn zelfgenoemde ‘’ suikerige explosie’’ kunst volledig bij hem. In dit artikel gaan we verder kijken naar wie de persoon achter Studio Vlinderdas is, waarom hij deelneemt aan HMIA en wat jullie van hem kunnen verwachten op het evenement.
The first edition of Heroes Dutch Comic Con, scheduled for May 8 and 9, 2021, will be postponed to October 16 and 17, 2021. The current date is not achievable given the preparation time to organize a full event for the participants and visitors. We don’t want to leave our participants and visitors in this uncertain situation. This is why we have decided to postpone this edition to October 16 and 17, 2021.
Heroes Made in Asia is the meeting place where fans can share their passion for Asian pop culture, such as manga, anime, Asian cuisine, cosplay and gaming. Visit the other side of the world for a day or weekend and imagine yourself in the world of Asian pop culture. Grab your chance to buy an Early Bird ticket now!
Exhibitors can now register for the first edition of Heroes Made in Asia. The first edition will take place on May 23 & 24, 2020 in Evenementenhal Gorinchem and approximately 10,000 fans are expected to visit this event. Do you sell products or offer services that are related to Asian pop culture? Then this is the event to participate in.