It was in high school that Misaki became passionate about cosplay. Fascinated by this world and the one of otaku (a person who is attracted to contemporary Japanese culture, especially manga, anime and video games), she later opened and managed for 5 years a maid cafe (cafe in which the waitresses wear maid uniforms and are usually frequented by otaku).
She has been an official cosplayer for games mobile apps for several years and has participated in numerous performances on stage and on television.
When Misaki MORI came to Europe for an anime-based event, she was moved to see how much Japanese culture fascinates a lot of people around the world. She then decided that she wanted to connect Japan to the world by sharing the otaku culture.
In 2019, Misaki crossed the path of Japan Expo by opening a ninja booth (where she was a ninja cosplayer and tought shuriken throw) which had a great success. Then she continued to spread her passion in Europe at events based on anime.
Among her many passions, Misaki also devotes a lot of time to make-up. She had the opportunity to present masterclasses dedicated to make-up and more precisely to the K-Pop Idol style, which is spreading all over the world.
Finally, she is a member of a group called Toto-In Japan, along with Nero and Ruruka. Since 2017, the group has been shining in live performances and has mainly performed in Akihabara, the place that concentrates anime culture in Japan.
CHECK OUT THEIR SHOWS AT JAPAN EXPO:
This summer, meet Misaki Mori and Toto-In Japan at Japan Expo for a new content that promises to be sensational!