Animelo Summer Live . . . A MUST GO SHOW for Anime Song Lovers









Anime Summer Live, ‘Anisama’ is the world biggest anime’s song live concert. The performers are singers and voice actors that specialized in singing anime songs. There are also special unit which derived from voice actors. One of the highlights of this concert is the collaboration of artists from many different labels, which is quite rare.






   Event Schedule  


The concert is held annually for three days on the last Friday, Saturday, Sunday of August

Upcoming Event: Animelo Summer Live 2015 -THE GATE-

August 28th (Fri) ~ 30th (Sun)
Gate Opens: 14:00

Showtime: 16:00 ~ around 21:00






   How to Purchase Ticket  


The Flow from the Official Announcement of the Event until Purchasing of the ticket

The Press Conference is usually held around March ~ April. During the press, the official date, venue, etc. will be announced. The period of ticket sales changed slightly from year to year, but the presale is usually around early to late April. For the further details regarding the schedule please refer to the Press Conference or the official website(






   Purchasing Ticket  


Please contact directly to Nozomi Co. Ltd.



What is the difference between Arena Seat and Stand Seat?

Arena Seat is on the 1st floor, which is the same level which the stage.

Stand Seat is on from 2nd to 5th floor.

The main difference is that Arena seat is on the 1st floor, which is the flat floor and has no elevation, so your view is often blocked by people’s head.

On the other hand, Stand Seat is farther from the stage compare to Arena seat. But the seats are elevated so you view does not get blocked by people in front.










Saitama Super Arena


The nearest station to Saitama Super Arena is Saitama-Shintoshin Station. There are three lines that can be used to reach the arena: Takasaki Line, Utsunomiya Line, and Keihin-Tohoku Line. The arena could also be access via Saikyo Line at Kitayono Station.


JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / Utsunomiya Line / Takasaki Line

Get off from “Saitama-Shintoshi Station” and Walk


– From Tokyo Station (30 minutes)

Use JR Ueno Tokyo Line (JR Utsunomiya Line Takasaki Line)

-From Shinjuku Station (30 minutes)

Use JR Saikyo Line / use JR Utsunomiya Line or Takasaki Line from Akabane Station

-From Ueno Station (25 minutes)

Use JR Utsunomiya Line Takasaki Line

-From Shibuya Station (35 minutes)

Use JR Saikyo Line / use JR Utsunomiya Line or Takasaki Line from Akabane Station

-From Omiya Station (2 minutes)

Connected with JR Tohoku, Yamagate, Akita, Joetsu, Hokuriku Shinkansen



Get off from JR Saikyo Line “Kitayono Station” and walk 7 minutes


-From Shinjuku Station (35 minutes)

Use JR Saikyo Line

– From Shibuya Station (40 minutes)

Use JR Saikyo Line








We arrange tickets on your behalf! 


Nozomi Co. Ltd. arranges tickets of various events held in all over Japan on your behalf. It only takes 3 minutes to make a request! It’s Fast・Easy・Convenient, so please use our service.

When making purchasing request to our company, we charge JPY 2000 per ticket as a service fee. Upon making purchasing request, please pay “ticket price + service fee”. If you wished the ticket to be delivered via mail, delivery fee must be paid as well. (Example) Ticket Fee Price x number + JPY 2000 Service Fee + Delivery Fee (We are using Japan Post’s EMS. For the price chart, please click here).

If there is any ticket you want to purchase, please let us know the ticket event’s name and number of ticket, and send us request from the Contact Form page. We will promptly reply back with more details and price estimation.

Our company is located in Kyoto, the world’s renowned tourism city, with 13 years of history. We provide services for foreign tourist travelling to Japan. We offer not only ticket arrangement service for event or concert, but also attractive activities, famous restaurants, and tourist attractions that only provide reservation in Japanese. Don’t you want to try a unique travel experience? Please feel free to contact with us.


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