Pony Canyon announced that in lieu of the canceled AnimeJapan, the producer will hold a love-stream with news from SSSS.GRIDMAN, Show By Rock!!, A3!, and more. More details as well as the full schedule can be found after the jump!
AnimeJapan announced yesterday that the third largest anime event in the world and the biggest anime industry event of the year would be canceled. The event, which was scheduled to run during the March 21 weekend was set to announce an array of information on various anime and anime-related projects. The franchises effected announced what will be happening to their properties during the next day. See the collected information after the jump.
The AnimeJapan Executive Committee officially announced today this year's event will be canceled. The annual anime industry event held at Tokyo Big Sight was originally scheduled to be held from March 21 to March 24. More details after the jump.
Mere days after multimedia company Bushiroad canceled all events for the next month, the company announced on February 20 that they will be pulling out of AnimeJapan this year admit concerns about the ongoing threat of the coronavirus. Across the Pacific, Sony also announced that it’ll be pulling out of PAX East next weekend. Read on for more details.
Anime Tourism Association, alongside Crunchyroll Japan and MyAnimeList, are giving people from around the world the opportunity to interview Japanese anime creators at one of the biggest events on the anime industry calendar, AnimeJapan 2020. The “International Correspondent” will be given a backstage-like pass to AnimeJapan and have the opportunity of a lifetime to mingle with some of the biggest names in anime. Hit the jump to learn more!
The official website for AnimeJapan 2020, one of the largest anime consumer shows in Japan, has posted a key visual featuring anime characters from 22 shows. Since the theme of the seventh event is "Wa (Japanese-style)," most of the characters in the visual wear traditional or casual kimono. Check it out after the jump!
P.A. Works founder and president Kenji Horikawa and producer Takayuki Nagatani (Infinite) took the stage at AnimeJapan this Sunday to share experiences of working on the anime about making anime, SHIROBAKO, and provide insights into the upcoming film, announced last summer at a special fan event held in the Musashino neighborhood. Crunchyroll staff was front and center at this event to find out the latest updates with the staff favorite series!
It's time for more AnimeJapan merch, and you know what that means -- crossovers! Kemono Friends and Rascal the Raccoon collide, along with more popular series. Check out the new shirts after the jump!
Anime series collide for AnimeJapan 2018! The five-year-old anime con has just announced two sets of collaboration that will inspire exclusive goods at this year's event. Check out the news after the jump!
The AnimeJapan tradeshow is coming up this weekend, and again, Aniplex is bringing a host of anime notables dressed for the event. After 2014's formal dress 2015's sakura attire, and 2016 Smile Lab research presentation, 2017 will take things in a bit of different direction. This time, the theme is casual street fashion. More after the jump.