Look at this guy.
This is Saori, popularly known as @SaoriMilk. Don’t let her cuteness fool you.
Like Christmas, Electric Daisy Carnival Japan has come and gone, and now we’re all left with a feeling of longing and emptiness. Yes, it was that good and it left us with wanting more than just 2 days.
“Us”, meaning during EDCJP I followed PartyFish Yuri and SaoriMilk to the first EDC JP. By the way, it’s been two years since we met Yuri in our first interview and since then she has been taking more of role within our iHeart community. She partnered up with a close friend Saori to become our beloved unicorns to represent iHeartRaves in the first EDC in Japan. I’m sure you’ve seen them take over the official iHR snapchat. If you did, you must’ve seen very well of how Japan likes to party, especially in big music festivals such as EDC.
After last year’s disappointment with the cancellation of EDC Tokyo 2016, the time has come, my ninjas. The coming of EDC to Japan can mark a big introduction of a more electronic dance music culture presence here in Japan. Big news!
Some of you are getting ready to pack your bags for the first ever Electric Daisy Carnival Tokyo. But hold up, there are a couple of things you need to bring and a few things to take note of if you’re raving in Japan.
Unfortunately, this is not an article that will tell you what to bring physically. However, because I have been living here for about 3 years, I have some insight on the scene here as well as Japanese society. I hope to bring you the awareness that you will need to enjoy EDC Japan fully, or at least be able to understand it from a new perspective.