Brazil has many ties to Japan, so it may come as no surprise that the history of anime there is rich and complex. Today, we’ll be taking a look at how anime and manga got their start in Brazil, the developments and shocking depth of anime fandom there, and current trends in anime culture! If you’re curious about Brazilian history, anime and manga history, or just love to learn, read on to find out more!
New Digimon anime project announced, 2 new manga coming to Weekly Shonen Jump, a new Let Me Eat Your Pancreas teaser, & More! Hit the jump for the highlights of the hottest news in anime!
For the 120th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Brazil, the San Paulo Culture Center of the Japan Foundation will invite 45-year-old manga author Nobuhiro Watsuki, best known for his Rurouni Kenshin series, to Brazil this July. Hit the jump for more details.
Cover yourselves in festive carnival beads and feathers and start dancing the samba! Crunchyroll has announced the launch of its streaming service in Brazil! Read on for more details!