After changing we met in the 2nd floor of the Hotel with all the other teams and participants.
|Out costumes at the red carpet
This year was the first year, that the red carpet had two ways. Normally it was only one way ad you waited at the carpark until you where supposed to go back for the second round.
Because no one told us that we were kind of confused, because we though we needed to pose into both directions
|At the side of the red carpet
After getting, how the red carpet walk should be, we walked the first way down and posed after getting announced by the host.
Luckily we practiced posing, because you didn’t had the time to talk about it.
Our student always told us where to pose and always counted down “1, 2, 3 go” in order to contain the flow of the parade.
At the end of the first way, the most important press people where waiting.
You needed to step on a small platform and posed for the press.
Went down and walked the way back.
|Posing for the press
Afterwards you want back into the Hotel and waited downstairs for the next parade with the traditional Japanese dances. They had their own parade before our red carpet walk.
And it was not easy to stand in the hot burning sun until everyone got his place and picture.
Some of the Cosplayers already fainted at Meiji Mura and Laguna, but this time it seemed to be much worser than the other events.
After walking back the way to the hotel, we showered, grabbed our stuff and waited in the Lobby for our organizers.