Following the spring edition, the Planning Committee for Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair has started running the summer 2014 edition of "Kyomafu-gou," a subway train decorated inside and out with the anime characters, through the city since yesterday. Check the latest version of the anime train after the jump.
In collaboration with the four anime series set in the city, the Planning Committee for Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair and Kyoto-city is now running "Kyomafu-gou," a subway train decorated inside and out with the anime characters through the city from March 3 to the end of May. Check the photos of the train after the jump.
This 4th and last part of our Kyomafu photo reports introduces other interesting and cool displays at the event, which includes Uchoten Kazoku/The Eccentric Family, Ghost in the Shell: ARISE, Naruto Shippuden, Fist of the North Star, -Expelled from Paradise-, Dog & Scissors, Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA ILLYA, and more!
One of the most featured anime title at the 2nd Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair was of course Puella Magi Madoka Magica. The visitors were able to find various kind of Madoka-related displays and products including the character panels in the LAWSON's uniforms and the Kyomafu exclusive sweets. Check our 3rd Kyomafu photo report after the jump!
Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair was also a great place for the fans in Kansai Region to get information about the latest anime titles. They could check various displays and exclusive PVs featuring the characters at the anime companies' booths. Check the second part of our photo reports focusing on the 2013 fall TV anime series after the jump!
Following the success of its first event last year, Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair, "Kyomafu" for short, came back to Miyako Messe (Kyoto International Exhibition Hall) on September 7 and 8 for the anime/manga fans in Western Japan again. More than 20,000 visitors enjoyed checking various exhibitions and stage events for the latest titles. Check the first part of our photo reports after the jump!
The Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair 2012, scheduled for September 21st, is set to be the biggest pop culture trade show in Western Japan. To mark the event, Kousuke Fujishima, author of the granddaddy of magical girlfriend manga, Ah! My Goddess, has designed a cute mascot. Get a look after the jump.