Psyche Corporation Returns to AnimeUSA!

Anime USA is glad to announce our first guest of the year, Psyche Corporation! Previously seen in 2012 and 2013, Psyche Corp. has returned once again to wow with their incredible music. Regulars on the east coast renaissance fair and convention scene, they’ve released four albums exploring their cyberpunk fairytale. As an added treat Psyche Chimère will be running a few geek science panels throughout the weekend. Welcome back to Anime USA! Learn more about Psyche Corp. and stay tuned for more about the concert and panels this year.

Anime USA Announces 2015 Con Chair, Kat Sartafi

Anime USA Convention Chair, Kat SarfatiWe’re pleased to announce our new Convention Chair for the year of 2015, Kat Sarfati. Sarfati has been working for Anime USA since 2009. She has over 8 years of professional experience with educational non-profits. Her own journey to fandom began as a child growing up with science fiction and anime; she was introduced to anime when she saw Sailor Moon on television after school.

Sarfati got involved with fan-hosted conventions in 2005, starting with Balticon and then soon after, Anime USA and Katsucon. She has held positions in convention security, programming, staff registration, and more. In 2014, she served as the Director of Personnel for Anime USA. Sarfati looks forward to serving our members as well as our staff to the best of her ability. If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to reach out to her at

In 2015, we will be expanding on our children’s programming to include fun Halloween-themed events and more Please join us Halloween weekend, October 30–November 1, 2015.

Anime USA 2015: Exploring Japan

Greetings from the future! Save the date for Anime USA 2015

Greetings from the future! Save the date for Anime USA 2015

Save the date for Anime USA. Join us on Halloween weekend, October 30–November 1, 2015.

We’ll be exploring Japan and all of its glory. We’ll go from Mount Fuji to the Tokyo Imperial Palace and beyond! We’ll take a look at the magnificent cities, tea houses, trains, and the diverse landscape, as well as the history of tourism in Japan. More details coming soon!