Konnichiwa! Yuki here!
I was at AnimeJapan 2016!
AnimeJapan seems to have become the largest Manga and Anime Event in Japan.
This year over 135,323 fans visited this event (111% compared to the last year).
Since it was already decided that AnimeJapan will also be held in March 2017,
I recommend if you have plans visiting Japan to stop by at AnimeJapan 2017 and enjoy this world of manga and anime.
So let’s look back at some photos of this years AnimeJapan
First a key visual welcomes us to the AnimeJapan2016 at the BIG Sight Front.
And after entering we first headed to…
yes right, to ‘ANIPLEX Smile Lab.’!
At the entrance we were welcomed by human sized cardboard standups of classical anime characters.
At the booth you could see trailers of the coming seasons’s anime, get the voice actors autographs and buy valuable goods. All things the fans couldn’t wait for.
And the nearby official shop
Here I secured a poster we want to give away to you guys lol
After that we headed to TOHO’s booth
Among others, you could get a good look at panels of ‘My Hero Academia’ and ‘Sansha San’yō’
In the corner of ‘Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash’ a goblin awaited you.
After becoming a goblin you could get those taken photos as stickers.
We had quite fun with that
After that it was time for stage interviews and we couldn’t take any photos during the interviews but we took some during the breaks.
Manga.Tokyo is looking for volunteer translators.
You will have the chance to accompany us to events like this one, so if you’re interested please contact us.
Venue:Tokyo Big Sight
Date & Time:March 26th (Sat)・27th (Sun), 2016 10:00 a.m. ～ 5:00 p.m.
We will give away four of the Smile Lab. Members Posters that we purchased at the Aniplex booth.
Official website : http://www.aniplex.co.jp/aj2016/goods/
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April 12th (noon, Japanese time)