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On the day of the big day, the Japanese anime industry has become a little more crowded.
The new generation of anime actors is taking their work to a new audience.
And so, at Anime Pose, Japanese actors are posing with the world’s most famous animal characters.
In the spirit of the “Big Bang Theory” finale, this weekend, the anime industry is bringing together actors, animators, producers and directors to get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the biggest films, TV shows and anime films of the past few years.
The Anime Pose event will feature performances by Akira Takahashi (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann), Tatsuya Kakihara (Dragon Ball), Yuuya Watanabe (Kirameki) and other Japanese celebrities.
The event is the second in a series of collaborations between the industry and the Japan Animation Museum.
In January, the museum held an exhibition of the first-ever animated movie.
The Japanese industry is also partnering with local businesses, which have been contributing to the festival’s success.
For example, the first floor of the Japanese Embassy in Tokyo’s Akihabara district will feature an interactive exhibition on anime and manga, which will be shown at the event and sold at the museum.
The Anime Pose festival also showcases a number of new animated films and TV series, including the upcoming animated film, “Sailor Moon Crystal” by anime producer Takashi Sakurai.
The film will debut in Japan in late 2018, and is expected to gross more than $10 million.
The main attraction at Anime Pray the Devil, which is held each year in Tokyo, is a new Japanese film, the animated TV series “Kakuyama Yume no Jikan” (A New Journey of the Princess of Death).
The event features live performances by more than a dozen Japanese artists, including Aoi Yuuki, Takeshi Kawamori, Yuko Hikasa and Yuka Yamashita, who will play the main roles of the main characters in the anime.
The exhibit features new performances by the likes of the talented Yuki Kajiura and Risa Sasaki, the female lead in “Aoi Yume.”
The film will air in Japanese theaters on May 15.