Monday, March 25, 2013
Why is anime so popular in North America?
Is it the culture? Could it be the quality of animated work or the storylines? Or, perhaps it's something so intrinsic that it's unique to every person who discovers it?
The Consulate-General of Japan in Denver and the Rocky Mountain Anime Association hosted SANA try and find the reason why, with the blessings of the Japanese government. This is the first time Japan has explored this issue in North America.
For one snow packed 8-hour day, with 6 keynote speakers and 200 invitation-only guests, SANA answered that question.
Posted by Kevin McKeever at 4:24 PM