The authority site for the Kyoto International Manga and Anime Fair affirmed on Friday that the occasion will occur this year at the Miyako Messe conference hall, the ROHM Theater Kyoto, the Kyoto International Manga Museum, and the Toei Kyoto Studio Park on September 18-19.
The coordinators added that they will hold the occasion while focusing on the soundness of participants, exhibitors, and staff, and in consistence with wellbeing rules. Kyoto and three different prefectures are right now under another highly sensitive situation that is scheduled to lift on May 11, notwithstanding further augmentations. Each of the four settings that will have the occasion are shut during the continuous highly sensitive situation.
A year ago’s occasion ran from September 19 to September 20.
The Ghibli Museum, the exhibition hall committed to the anime of Studio Ghibli, reported on Saturday it will incidentally close from April 25 to May 11 because of the third highly sensitive situation against the new Covid infection (COVID-19) in Tokyo, among different prefectures. The historical center is offering discounts for individuals who can’t utilize their pre-requested April tickets. (The exhibition hall’s May tickets were not yet put on special.) The gallery shut from February 25 to July of a year ago because of the principal highly sensitive situation.
The Kyoto International Manga Museum will close from April 25 to May 11, yet plans to return on May 13, notwithstanding an augmentation to the highly sensitive situation. (It would be shut on Wednesday, May 12 since it isn’t open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.)
NAMJATOWN, Bandai Namco Amusement’s indoor amusement park in East Ikebukuro, Tokyo, likewise declared on Friday that it will close from April 25 to May 11. The recreation center is at present facilitating restricted time coordinated efforts with Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Stand My Heroes, Promise of Wizard, Piofiōre no Banshō, and Kuroko’s Basketball. The recreation center will report how it will deal with confirmation tickets tied a specific coordinated effort during its conclusion. The historical center shut from February 29 of a year ago because of the main highly sensitive situation.
The “Nijigen no Mori” (2D Forest) amusement park in the Prefectural Awajishima Park in Hyōgo Prefecture reported on Saturday will close from April 25 to May 11, with the exception of on location housing and a few cafés. Thus, it has rescheduled its delicate opening and fabulous opening of its “Mythical serpent Quest Island: Daimaō Zōma to Hajimari no Shima” (Demon Lord Zoma and the First Island) region from Monday, April 26 and Thursday, April 29, individually, until additional notification.
Two occasions booked for the Tokyo Big Sight scene — Super Comic City Gyu!! 2021 on Sunday and the Twisted Wonderland dōjin occasion Chō Beckon of the Mirror 2021 Tokyo on May 9 — declared on Saturday that they won’t occur as planned.
Some anime-themed attractions like the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum in Kawasaki and Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida stay open since they are outside the four prefectures under the highly sensitive situation. The Toei Animation Museum in Tokyo has effectively been incidentally shut since February 26, while the Suginami Animation Museum in Tokyo has not reported its arrangements.
Update: Tokyo Disney Resort, including Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea, will stay open under the highly sensitive situation, since the two amusement parks are not situated in the four prefectures under the highly sensitive situation (the parks are situated in Chiba prefecture, in spite of the “Tokyo” name). The parks will, nonetheless, abstain from serving liquor during the highly sensitive situation. Furthermore, the Mikado Game Center arcades in Tokyo will likewise remain open. Sources: Sanspo by means of Hachima Kikō, Mikado Game Center’s Twitter account through Hachima Kikō
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga pronounced another highly sensitive situation in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Hyogo prefectures on Friday, after the public authority’s master board affirmed an arrangement before in the day. The new highly sensitive situation will last from Sunday, April 25 to Tuesday, May 11 (except if it is expanded further). The public authority is additionally setting up stricter counter-gauges in Ehime prefecture.