This page contains photos of past Desucon events, and graphics that can be used in news articles.
For more information about Desucon:
Santtu Pajukanta, PR Manager
+358 50 345 0542
Accreditation and interviews
All media representatives are asked to if possible announce aforehand that they are attending by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Desucon welcomes all valid press pass holders without prior notice as well, but by contacting us earlier you will speed up your entrance to the event.
Our guests of honor will be pronounced later, and there may be a possibility for interviews.
Desucon releases press releases mainly in Finnish, but if you are interested in international press releases, please contact our PR Manager for further info.
- Desucon logo single column (png / RGB)
- Desucon logo two columns (png / RGB, svg / RGB)
- Desucon logo without text (png / RGB, svg / RGB)
- Desucon mascot Desu-kun
The Desucon Gallery has a huge collection of photos from the past years. Permission to use the photos will be granted on a case-by-case basis.
Desucon is an event for Japanese anime, manga and culture held annually at Sibeliustalo, Lahti, Finland. Desucon Frostbite 2020 takes place over January 24.-26. The event is organized by KCS ry.
Desucon’s program consists of lectures, panels, workshops, performances and various other activities. Visitors are typically fans of Japanese popular culture between ages of 18 and 35. Our visitors are generally interested in anime, manga, cosplay and drawing as well as the Japanese language, traditions, music, street fashion and movies.
Each year hunderds of people visit Desucon. As of summer 2011 the amount of available tickets has been regulated at 2700–2900 tickets.
Desucon Frostbite has an entrance fee, so we know exactly how many people visit the event. Because of this we can present exact numbers instead of estimates. In winter 2020 a total of 2700 tickets will be available.