Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 which drew 106,000 visitors in four days from March 21st to 24th was also a golden opportunity for the anime companies and producers to promote their new TV anime series. In addition to giant panels, PVs, and cosplayers, one of the main promotional tools were color-printed flyers. Check the upcoming anime shows after the jump!
I was able to get many color flyers for the upcoming anime films and TV shows at Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 which was held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 21st to 24th. Hit the jump for the flyers collection of the new anime films which are scheduled to be released in Japan between April to July this year.
One of the most popular and packed stage events at Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 was undoubtedly Toei Animation's Dokidoki! PreCure character show at Kid's Stage. The Dokidoki girls performed a short play and the ED song dance in the half-hour show for the kids who loved them so much. Check the cute PreCure girls after the jump!
Together with Naruto Shippuden, the most featured anime title at Studio Pierrot's booth in Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013 was their first magical girl series Magical Angel Creamy Mami (1983-1984). To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the series, they exhibited many Mami-related goods produced in those days and sold brand-new merchandise. Check your 80s memory after the jump!
At the industry booth section of Tokyo International Anime Fair 2013, which was held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 21st to 24th, many anime and anime/manga-related companies used female cosplayers to promote their popular and newest titles. Check the TAF cosplay girls after the jump!
This year's Tokyo International Anime Fair, TAF for short, was held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 21st to 24th. The first two days (21st and 22nd) were only open to the anime industry members and the press, the last two days (23rd and 24th) were open to the public including enthusiastic anime fans. Check the photos of the industry booths after the jump!
“Ita-suits” – custom-made suits with moe character illustrations on the jacket lining – are generating plenty of of buzz at the now underway Tokyo Anime Fair. Get a closer look at these next level otaku items after the jump!