The official website for Tokyo Anime Award Festival announced today that all the programs planned at this year's event are canceled. Japan's largest anime film festival was originally scheduled to be held in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, from March 13 to 16, 2020. Read the statement released by the event's executive committee after the jump.
The Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2019 (TAAF 2019 for short) - an industry award show and film festival that recognizes excellence in Japanese TV and film animation - will be held in Tokyo from March 08 - 11, 2019, and now the winners for the Grand Prix and Individual awards have been revealed. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tokyo Anime Award Festival announced on February 15 that the TV anime BANANA FISH based on Akimi Yoshida's crime action manga of the same name won this year's "Anime Fan Award" from the 100 titles. Check out the top 50 titles chosen by the fans' 330,463 votes after the jump.
Tokyo Anime Award Festival has announced the top 100 anime titles (90 TV series and ten feature films) chosen by fans' online votes from a total of 524 titles aired/released in Japan between October 15, 2017, and October 13, 2018. A total number of votes was 397,145, which was the highest record in the award's 16-year history. Check out the top 100 anime of this year after the jump.
The Tokyo Anime Award Festival 2018, an international film festival sponsored by the Japan Video Association and co-hosted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government that seeks to recognize excellence in Japanese animation, has announced the winners for its "Anime of the Year" awards. Hit the jump to learn more.
Following the "Anime Fan Award" won by Yuri!!! On ICE yesterday, Tokyo Anime Award Festival today announced its "Anime of The Year" Grand Prix winners for a TV anime and film of 2016, and five individual awards for anime creators. Check the winners chosen by industry experts after the jump!