Exactly, pay your taxes with cosplay! Citizens of all nations in the world pay taxes, this money is used to finance education, public transport and so on.
However, in certain countries, when you declare your annual expenses and income, you can get a small refund of these taxes.
Those who paid taxes have the right to a Cosplay Event in this region of Japan
The Toshima district of Tokyo has teamed up with a company called Hacosta responsible for holding a cosplay festival called ”acosta!” to include its taxpayers in a new experience for returning this year’s tax returns.
The district informs that those who paid taxes between 530,000 (Platinum Plan) and 220,000 (Gold Plan), are entitled to participate in the festival with a free cosplay of their choice that includes a professional photography session with retouching and makeup.
It was also said that Japanese citizens residing in the district who have contributed between 100,000 and 60,000 yen will have the option of staying at the famous ”Sunshine City Prince Hotel” during the holiday without prior registration, that is, instead of simply returning the money to citizens, this experience is offered to people.
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