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att.JAPAN Issue 33, March 2007

Anime Fair

One of the largest anime events in the world, the 2007 'Tokyo International Anime Fair,' is coming soon - the sixth such event to date and a spectacle destined to be more interesting, more enthralling and more interactive than ever before.

The 2006 event attracted a whopping 100,000 so come along to Tokyo Big Sight from March 22nd (Thur) through the 25th (Sun) to help shatter that figure.

Anime related companies and organizations including production companies, TV and film agencies, toy and game software companies as well as publishers are slated to participate in the fair with a grand total of 203 domestic companies to be joined by 27 companies flying in for the event.

To add a splash of color, staff wearing costumes of a given booth's anime heroes and heroines will gladly pose for photographs with fans so just pop along to the booth of your favorite animation production and don't forget the camera.

On the event special stage, the Tokyo Anison (Anime Songs) Festival will again pump out the favorites of past and present and will commence from 6.30pm on March 24th with a collection of popular singers performing their own versions of famous anime related songs.

Live performances and talk shows hosted by popular voice actors are always crowd pullers and this year's 'Voice - Treasure Box-'(tbd) promises to be no exception. NB: this portion of the event is co-hosted by the Tokyo International Anime Fair and Japan Actors Union and will see Koichi Yamadera, Minami Takayama and a number of other renowned voice actors appear live on stage on March 25th - exact timing still undecided.

A dozen up and coming groups or individuals will be showing their wares in the aptly named 'Creators World' while the special exhibition ('Anime and Robot(s)') takes visitors through the history and impact robot anime has had on modern culture.

Prize wise, the 'Tokyo Anime Award' ceremony will bestow upon at least one new talent a level of recognition and prestige previously only dreamt of with the goal of supporting anime related businesses overall.

Be there, don't miss it and take away memories that will stay with you for years - the 2007 Tokyo International Anime Fair.

Tokyo International Anime Fair Tokyo International Anime Fair 2007
East Exhibition Halls 1, 2, 3 and other locations at TOKYO BIG SIGHT
March 22 (Thur) - 25 (Sun), 2007
March 22 (Thur) - 23 (Fri): Business Days
*Only trade related parties can enter on business days. Those under the age of 18-years cannot enter the site.
March 24 (Sat) - 25 (Sun): Open to the Public Days
10:00 - 18:00 *10:00 - 17:30 on 25 (Sun)
Last permitted admission is 30 minutes prior to closing time.
Adults: 1,000 yen (including consumption tax) (Tickets - sold on the day)
High School and Junior High School Students: 500 yen (including consumption tax)
*Admission free for elementary students and below, those aged 65 & older, registered disabled people with care givers.

Host: Tokyo International Anime Fair Executive Committee (Chairman: Shintaro Ishihara, Governor of Tokyo)
Inquiries: 03-5777-8600 (NTT Hello Dial)
http://www.tokyoanime.jp

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