My name is David Caballero. I'm the president of The Mochi Brigade and the Founder of Mochi Day. I have always had the idea of having an anime club here in Greenville, South Carolina. It sucked that my school didn't offered an anime club so when I graduated I had the idea of having an anime club with a group of my friends. The club started off being called Genshiken but we later decided to name it to The Mochi Brigade. After having the club running for two years we decided to finally make an anime convention because we noticed that there isn't many conventions around where we live. We wanted to be an affordable anime convention and wanted younger kids to get into anime.
What is Mochi Day?
Mochi Day is a Japanese animation and gaming convention located in Greenville, South Carolina.
Mochi Day Artist - Emily Rose Satterfield
Emily Rose Satterfield is an illustrator and animator who loves to create.
Her work is derived from an inspiration from Japanese
manga and anime, as well as cartoons like Invader Zim and
Avatar: The Last Airbender. As she progresses through college,
and eventually graduates, she plans to work with an animation studio.
If you would like to follow her work go ahead and like her
Facebook page and her Deviantart.
Emily may be able to attend Mochi Day this year.