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Anime is the Japanese abbreviated pronunciation of "animation." Anime and Manga can be compared to American Cartoons and Comics, but Japan's Anime culture has grown to have fans all over the world! Anime and Manga have become so popular, there are huge anime fairs in spring and summer which attract tourists to Japan, California, and other places for fans to share their love of anime. Japan's anime culture is enjoyed in many ways, from collecting figurines and limited edition sketches to dressing up in Cosplay, anime caters to a wide range of fans. There are multiple genres for manga and anime, with many taking inspiration from real world locations. If some of the temples, shrines, or street-scapes look familiar, it's probably because they were featured on one of your favorite anime or mangas!
At Japan Deluxe Tour, we created the best Anime Japan Tours to satisfy all your anime otaku needs! Enjoy the highlights of Tokyo's Akihabara on all our ouf Anime Japan Tours, including spectacular attractions like the Ghibli Museum, J-World, and the rest of Tokyo's charming Anime Culture. Our special AnimeJapan Tour Packages include an action packed day spent at the famous AnimeJapan, formerly known as Tokyo International Anime Fair. Picture yourself at the largest Anime fair in the world, with famous production agencies like Sunrise (known for Gintama, Inuyasha, and multiple Gundam series) or IG (known for Attack on Titan, Psycho-Pass, and Ghost in Shell) at various booths. Meet cosplayers dressed as characters from Bleach, Fairy Tail, Kuroko no Basuke, and more. Even find exclusive anime goods like Ryuk's Deathnote, Yugoih and Vanguard cards, or One-Punch Man figures. Our tours not only spend the day at this exciting fair but also explore parts of Japan so you can get the whole experience of visiting the country during your Japan tour!
While some may think Manga and Comics are the same, manga is an important part of Japanese culture for all ages. There are many types of Manga in Japan that target different audiences. When a Manga is popular enough, it will likely turn into an Anime. When a manga or anime becomes really popular, it becomes translated in other languages for people of all ages to enjoy around the world. Below is a short list of the popular types of Manga & Anime!
The Largest Anime Festival in the World
Pokemon Fans reminisce their childhood with Pikachu
Museum Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki in Tokyo
Center of Japan's otaku culture in downtown Tokyo
Line of Anime, Candy, and Ramen stores in the JR Tokyo Station Underground area
Theme Park for Naruto, One Piece and Dragon Ball
Come to Tongari Island and hang out with the Mugiwara Crew!
The sacred place of Otaku culture - Anime, Manga, Game, Costume Shops
J-Pop is simply
Japanese Pop music! Popular J-Pop artists tend to perform the opening and closing themes to an Anime, and there are even dedicated groups to perform theme-songs! Akihabara is home to more than just anime and otaku goods, there's also a thriving
idol community where fans can meet and watch groups perform. Idols in Japan are famous for putting on super kawaii performances while dancing along to the trendy beats. Anime and J-Pop go hand in hand, whether it's the hottest idol group or a Vocaloid singing the theme to an Anime, J-Pop has become an important part of Japan's anime culture!
Largest retail store selling toys, novelty goods and stationeries
Have a drink while you play games on classic and new game consoles
Robots battle while lasers, flashing lights and trance music encompass the room
Enjoy Rainbow Pasta and the unique designs of the Monster Cafe
Japanese Nail Art involves not only manicures but also sculptures and 3D art
Sticker Pictures Photo Booths
Popular pastime singing to empty tracks with lyrics displayed on the screen
Any character come to life with pancake dough!
Building model kits is a popular hobby in Japan enjoyed by anime fans and craftsmen alike.
Arcade that utilizes VR technology to immerse you into your favorite games.
Life-size Gundam Model Standing 72 ft Tall
Gacha Gacha Machines are vending machines that dispense toys in Japan.
Cosplay is a type of performance art in which participants wear costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. There are lots of different types of costumes sold at numerous stores in Japan. As the origin of anime, you are sure to find your favorite characters' costumes in Japan. Those who wear these costumes and dress as anime characters are known as cosplayers. Cosplayers come together at large anime events, fairs, and conventions to meet other anime fans and discuss the latest anime information.
The center of Japan's most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles
Large shopping mall specializing in anime and character goods
Handicrafts store for Cosplay
Buy officially licensed goods and products of the characters featured in Weekly Jump
Still want to learn more about anime & manga? Check out these pages on other parts of Japan's unique Anime culture before joining one of our Anime Japan Tour Packages!
One of the Largest Most Popular Anime Chain Stores in Japan
Race around town in true Mario Kart style!
A full view of Tokyo 202 meters above the ground
Official goods shop was opened in Harajyuku
Museum offers a historic overview on Japanese animation.
Street featuring bronze statues of characters from
Happiest Place on Earth modeled after Disneyland and Magic Kingdom
Sea Themed Amusement Park located next to Tokyo Disneyland
Major amusement park with record holding thrilling rides
Themed-Restaurant based on the world of One Piece
The cafe with maids waitresses and treat the customers as their masters
Tokyo Doujinshi fair held in Summer & Winter
Cafes where people pay to stay to read mangas
The largest collection of manga in the world
First Universal Studios park in Asia; features the Wizarding World of Harry Potter
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