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Category : World News

For anime-aficionados across the nation, a little weekend getaway to Okinawa may be the perfect way to spend this coming Sunday.
The Okinawa International Animation Contents Summit allows visitors to participate in a series of anime-related events, including a museum that features the works of scriptwriter Tetsuo Kinjo, an Okinawa native known for creating the famed “Ultraman” television series. Or if guests want to opt for some academic enlightenment, they can attend a symposium that attempts to tackle various thought-provoking anime discussions.

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