Event FAQ

1. When is Doujin Market 2020?

Doujin Market 2020 is held on 9-10 May (Sat & Sun) 2020. Opening hours for the public are 11 am to 8 pm daily.

2. Where is Doujin Market held?

The fair will be held at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre (L4) Halls 401/402, with the Tabletop Playspace and Activity Zone at (L3) Concourse.

3. Who is the organizer of Doujin Market?

Doujin Market is a community event organized by Neo Tokyo Project.

Neo Tokyo Project is Singapore’s first dedicated pop-culture marketing collective, the organizers of International Cosplay Day Singapore (ICDS) and Official Cosplay Partner for GameStart Asia.

4. Who should visit Doujin Market?

If you are a fan of art, illustration and derivative content inspired by pop-culture, an artist or creator, or someone in the creative industries, this show is for you. We also welcome corporations in animation, arts education, game design and publishing to join us.

5. Do I have to purchase a ticket to enter Doujin Market?

Basic Admission to Doujin Market is absolutely FREE.

Fast Passes (priced at $15) for Doujin Market will be available for sale from March 2020 onwards.

6. Will there be bag checks prior to entry? 

Bag checks at Doujin Market are mandatory and required by law. You can help expedite and smoothen the entry process by reading our convention rules and ensuring that you do not bring any prohibited items to the event.

7. Can I cosplay at Doujin Market?

Doujin Market is NOT a cosplay event.

We do not encourage visitors to cosplay in the halls, especially if you have bulky or armored costumes, as this can be potentially disruptive to exhibitors and other visitors.

Should you choose to cosplay to the show, do remember to be on your best behavior and be sure to take care of your own valuables!

Standard convention rules and positive cosplay etiquette apply.

8. Is photography allowed?

You are welcome to take pictures at the Doujin Market. However, do bear in mind that photography, filming or recording is prohibited during seminars and presentations.

Also, some exhibitors and artists may not allow photography. Do ask for permission, and if they decline to be photographed, please respect their wishes.

All instances of videography is STRICTLY NOT allowed unless you are officially accredited media.

9. Media Accreditation

Media accreditation for Doujin Market is strictly by invitation only.

Only blogs, community media and publications with an extensive and proven track record will be considered for the event.

If you would like to apply for media accreditation, do [Contact Us].