Japan Meeting of Furries, as known as JMoF, was founded in 2012 as a first furry convention at a hotel in Japan.
All of the finer aspects of furry fandom are celebrated here.
JMoF has been growing since its first time. At JMoF 2016, there were 588 attendees, not only from Japan but Taiwan, Thailand, Finland, Hong Kong, United States, Australia, Singapore, Germany, Malaysia, Panama and Sweden all gathered at Toyohashi.
Bring your friends, your talent, your whatever!
Let’s put it all together and discover a whole new fun!
Our program includes workshops and seminars in acting, costume-building, art, and more.
|Hotel / Relations||Zuilang|
|Registration / Security / Engineer||Ham|
|Registration / Engineer||OTK|
|Program / Charity||Satomi|
|Program / Stage||Reona sakuragi|
|Program / Stage||Nanaki|
|Program / Engineer||Scalar|
|Promotion / Dealer’s Room||Ziso|
T-shirt 2,000 JPY
Badge 600 JPY
The Kemono genre we see today has taken shape in the form of illustrations, fursuits, music and merchandise. It’s needless to say that our passion comes from the admiration and respect we have for the animals we take inspiration from. As Japan’s first large scale Kemono convention, we want to send a positive message out to the rest of the community in order to continue the growth of our Kemono culture.
Hence, we happily announce that we at JMoF 2017 will conduct a charity event during the event for Toyohashi Zoo & Botanical Park (also known as Nonhoi Park). We hope to establish a connection between the Kemono fans and our host Toyohashi City, by showing our gratitude to their endeavors to host, preserve, and educate the public about animals and plants. Every 5% of registration fees and raffle tickets will be donated to the charity. We are proud that this shared circle of friendships continues to expand with your support!
Toyohashi Zoo & Botanical Park is a prominent multi-complex facility located within Toyohashi City. It consists of four sections: a zoo, a botanical garden, an amusement park, and a natural museum. Currently Toyohashi Zoo rears lions, polar bears, penguins, chimpanzees, and other animals. It was discovered on January 2013 that their elephant Mala broke 2 of her legs and has recovered in Japan’s first elephant sized rehabilitation pool.
You will receive one ticket for each 100 JPY you give to charity. There is no limit on the number you can purchase so the more you buy the more likely it is you may be chosen. The drawing will be done at the closing ceremony. For each item listed below a number will be drawn. If it matches one of your tickets then you’re a winner! Everyone who donates will have a chance to win one lovely prize. Let’s show our support of the Toyohashi Zoo by buying plenty of tickets!
Where: Hall Lobby JMoF Registration desk
When: January 7th 13:00 — 18:00 and January 8th 10:00 — 12:00
Price for Donation: 100 JPY (no upper limit)
Where:Hall Lobby JMoF Registration desk
When: January 8th (Sun) 12:30 – 13:50
Note: If a winner don’t come during the time above, we revoke the first drawing and take the second drawing. When we take the second drawing, we announce the raffle winner during 14:00 – 15:30.
Here are our wonderful raffle prizes:
1. Donate any amount at the registration desk. You will receive a ticket for each 100 JPY donated.
2. Tear your ticket in half. Keep one half of the ticket and put the other into the box of the prize you want to win. Your chances of winning increase the more tickets you submit more tickets.
3. 3. You win if your ticket is pulled on the drawing! For how to know whether you have won or lost, please read above.