To many, the artistic styles of anime cartoons and manga comic books are synonymous with Japanese culture. Not only are these entertainments enjoyed within Japan, but fans flock from around the world to experience anime themed places and events. Consider this list of some of the best anime and manga experiences that Japan has to offer. Akihabara, also known as Akiba or Electric Town , has been called an otaku paradise. Electronics and anime-themed shops about, as do otaku maid cafes, in which the staff are dressed as anime characters.
AnimeJapan (formerly Tokyo International Anime Fair)
It is the premier convention of the Japanese animation industry and one of the largest animation related events in the world. AnimeJapan is attended by several hundred Japanese and foreign TV and film production companies, as well as toy, game and software developers. The majority of the floor space at Tokyo Big Sight is devoted to exhibition space featuring numerous booths by Japanese production companies, such as Toei Animation, Bandai Namco and Tezuka Productions, as well as foreign companies from around the world. Larger booths feature their own theaters and stages, and host live shows and special appearances by anime and manga creators as well as character actors that voice the parts.
Japanese anime is one of the most growing and influential pop cultures in the world. In the early 20th Century, the first Japanese anime was born in Japan, which was the precedent for the current anime. An anime has developed its culture including style, media, plots, settings, stories and so on for about years.
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