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Presenters : Rie Yamauchi Maho Fukagawa Masami Niwa. June.11 TH. Japanese Manga in Australia. History. Manga & Anime ⇒ Since 1980’ s・・・  S pread all over the world Since then ・・・

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Presenters : Rie Yamauchi

Maho Fukagawa

Masami Niwa

June.11TH

Japanese Manga in Australia


History

Manga & Anime ⇒

  • Since 1980’s・・・

     Spread all over the world

  • Since then・・・

    One of the culture that Japan exported to foreign countries


Why are they so popular?

  • Logicaldevelopment

    ⇒story characteristics

  • Story

     ⇒such as a movie

  • Pictures

     ⇒delicate touch


How to enjoy these Manga?

  • Manga library

  • Coffee shop with manga

  • Major in manga course

    (story & illustration course)


Quiz

  • Which manga do you think the popular to foreigner ?

    a. DRAGON BALL b. NANA c. DORAEMON

  • What does not the fascination of manga ?

    a. story b. picture c. price

  • When did manga spread all over the world?

    a. 1700 b. 1800c. 1900



Sources

  • Animaxis :http://www.animaxis.com/en/zine/newsletter/view.asp?id=N001714

  • Dragon Ball :

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Ball

  • A history of manga:http://www.dnp.co.jp/museum/nmp/nmp_i/articles/manga/manga1.html


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