Wasuta to make North American debut at Anime North 2019

Anime J-Pop

Japanese idol group Wasuta (“The World Standard”) will make their North American performance debut at
Anime North 2019 in Toronto, Canada, with a live concert on Saturday, May 25, and additional fan events to be announced.

Event info: https://www.animenorth.com/live/

Wasuta released their third full album CAT’CH THE WORLD on March 6 — including the Kiratto Pri☆chan anime ED “Girls Be Ambitious”, last summer’s hot track “Tapioca Milk Tea”, and the Splatoon!-inspired “DEDE Super Bomb!”. Wasuta’s other anime songs include themes for Idol Time PriPara, Heybot!, and the official dance song for The Powerpuff Girls animated series in Japan.

Wasuta – “Kurae! Hissatsu! Neko Punch★ ~ Watashitachi Tatakau Nyakotan [Level 5]”

The World Standard a.k.a “Wasuta” was formed in March 2015 with the mission of introducing KAWAII Japanese idol culture worldwide via social media and live showcases. The five members of Wasuta are Hazuki, Nanase, Miri, Ririka, and Ruka.

Wasuta has been active worldwide from Asia to Europe, including Japan Expo Paris 2017, Japan Weekend Madrid 2018, Japan Expo Thailand 2017, 2018, 2019, Kizuna 2018 in Vietnam, and @JAMxTALE 2019 in Hong Kong. In summer 2018, they collaborated with Adexe & Nau on a Japanese/Spanish remix of the single “Yo Quiero Vivir,” which has scored over 2.8 million views on YouTube.

Wasuta Official Website: http://wa-suta.world/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wasuta.world/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tws.wasuta/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tws_staff
Spotify: http://bit.ly/Wasuta_Spotify
Apple Music: http://bit.ly/Wasuta_iTunes

Wasuta at Anime North 2019 is presented by J-rock North Promotions, Inc. and Avex Management.

Friday May 24 – Sunday May 26, 2019
Toronto Congress Centre

Anime North is Canada’s premier fan run anime convention and one of the largest anime conventions in North America, with a yearly attendance of 30,000 since 2015. Started in 1997, the event is conveniently located in the Greater Toronto Area. Anime North attracts fans from all across the GTA, throughout Canada, the USA, and the world.

Anime North is a non-profit organization that is 100% volunteer run. The convention actively fundraises for the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation, which treats severely ill children from around the world.

Established in 2005, J-rock North Promotions Inc. (JNP) is a booking, event planning and promotions company based in Toronto Ontario, Canada. JNP represents several events and anime conventions across Canada as organizers to Japanese/North American talent, seiyuu, and musical guests.