Every year, the streets of Nagoya fill with the very best cosplayers in the world for this exciting pop culture event. What happens? This isn't just a group of cosplayers getting together; the World Cosplay Championship is also held. There you'll see cosplayers battling head-to-head to be crowned the best cosplayers in the world. But if you are not taking part in the competition on Saturday, there are still plenty of things to see and do, such as photo spots, stage performances, and a gigantic cosplay parade from Osu Kannon Temple on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Tickets All events are free for non-cosplayers, except if you want to see the World Cosplay Championship on Saturday. Theatre seats cost between and . Cosplay You will either be required to change in your own designated changing area (such as at home or in a car) or there will also be changing areas on site. Either way, you will need to purchase a participation ticket and go to the reception desk on the day. There are some detailed rules about what you can and cannot wear, plus where photographs are allowed to be taken. Cosplayer and photographer tickets If you don't need to use the changing room, tickets cost for the Friday evening festival or for all day Saturday or Sunday -- this is the same price for photographers too. If you need to use the changing room, it will cost around more depending on the time you wish to enter. How to get there The event takes place in public areas. This means that areas in and around Oasis 21 will become the stage for attending cosplayers. The Championship will take place in Aichi Arts Center.