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Adventures In Japan: Part 2

Tuesday 12th April 2016


Welcome back, in part two we'll be spending more time at Anime Japan 2016 and sharing with you some photos of cosplayers from the event.

IMG_3100 IMG_3102 IMG_3124We were blown away by this awesome Lupin III group which included Lupin, Fujiko Mine and Rebecca Rossellini.

IMG_3126 IMG_3129 Check out this awesome cosplay of Mirai Kuriyama from Beyond the Boundary, which we released on Blu-ray and DVD earlier this year.

IMG_3131Umaru-chan has come out to play! We'll be releasing the series at some point in the future so stay tuned for more information. IMG_3134Wow, words cannot describe how awesome this Cell cosplay is, the effort put into it must be OVER 9,000! You can see more of Cell in our recent Blu-ray and DVD release of Dragon Ball Z Kai.

IMG_3141 IMG_3154Soma Yukihira, Erina Nakiri and Ikumi Mito (Nikumi), from Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma, looking ready to cook up a storm at Anime Japan 2016. We're very excited to be bringing Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma to the UK!

IMG_3164 IMG_3172 IMG_3206 IMG_3208 IMG_3210 IMG_3248 IMG_3251 IMG_3315 IMG_3316 IMG_3325Be sure to check out Adventures In Japan: Part 3 where we'll be visiting J-World!

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