Enjoy SIAF2024 even more

Check here for recommended reads, with a large collection of original and fun content for those who want to enhance their SIAF2024 experience!
If you want to enjoy the festival in more depth, get a taste for local food while you enjoy the artwork, or venture on a creative walking tour of the city, you’re in the right place.
Take part in the fun at the venues or from home!

01Hot food & SIAF desserts

How about a hot meal to keep you warm in between visiting venues? Limited-edition SIAF2024-themed desserts are also on offer!

02Join a tour

Sapporo, home to SIAF, is a charming city where urban convenience and abundant nature coexist. This year, the festival team has collaborated with other enterprises to provide you with several tours, allowing you to creatively explore the city and SIAF2024.


An exclusive podcast in which WIRED Japan Editor-in-Chief MATSUSHIMA Michiaki interviews the festival director and participating artists, who discuss festival highlights and explore the potential of art as a tool to expand the future.


The SIAF 2024 team members’ blog, which contains announcements and event reports as well as information on open calls and collaborative projects. You can also find more on pre-festival events here!
*This blog is currently available only in Japanese. By clicking the button below, you will jump to Japanese blog page.

05Anisan Quest

With just one click, you’re whisked away into the world of RPG games…?! Anisan Quest is an RPG-style anime holy land viewer, based on the “Anime Holy Land Data White Paper 2020” (アニメ聖地データ白書2020年度版), a Japanese book containing information on anime holy lands throughout the country. This unique map created by artist FUJIKI Jun (Fujimori) and others includes a collaboration with SIAF2024! Major festival venues and venues for open calls and collaborative projects will appear in the game as holy lands.

06SIAF Fun Map

You can see more than just locations and routes with this map! The SIAF Fun Map, brought to you in collaboration with Initiative Partner Dai Nippon Printing, is linked to SIAF’s X (formerly Twitter) account, so you can also find the latest information on the festival and related programs all in one place.