Applications can be sent in until 20th May 2011 to the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) Library, Embassy of Japan.
The contest is open to all amateur artists aged 13 to 30, who have not previously published any mange illustrations or comics in books, newspapers, magazines and other publications.
The Grand Finals will be held on 23th July 2011 at the SM Megamall Event Center, Mandaluyong City.
If you have one item in mind and intend to stockpile it for your personal collection, here’s a quick and dirty guide on where to get what.
Many anime and manga producers who initially agreed to participate in the upcoming Tokyo Animation Fair have pulled out. Plus, COMIKET takes measures to protect itself.
Time to hide your kids, hide your wives, and hide your husbands!
The Film Censorship Board chairman decried the presence of scantily clad women in several mainstream anime offerings.
Eight finalists from Luzon, one from Visayas, and one from Mindanao went all out to win this year’s top prize.
The list of Finalists for the 2010 J-Pop Anime Singing Contest is out!
Give the cuddly rock star mascot from Jpop Anime Singing Contest a kick ass name and take home a fabulous gift pack from the Japan Embassy of Manila!
Acceptance of entries has been extended and officially ends on 16th June.