National Anime Day History, Special Day for Anime Fans!

"Anime has sent me all over the world, introducing me to people who have touched my life in immersive ways. (Steve Blum)"

Anime Day is a day dedicated to this form of entertainment (Anime) and people connected with Anime stories, and to you as a huge Anime fan!

Anime Day History

Anime is indeed unique and has a long history that spread throughout the world. One of the first original conventions for the anime was Comiket, which began in 1975 with around 700 people in Tokyo. Anime has been around much longer than that, with one of the first "animes" considered to have existed since the early 1900s. However, it was only in the late 70s and early 80s that the anime began to become a popular show and began to develop its own unique style.

Today there is a widespread anime culture, various groups like anime and manga spread all over the world, with some of the most popular places to hold conventions in Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Anime Day is about celebrating anime history and bringing people together to enjoy their favorite anime shows and characters. This vacation has its own conventions, which are held at several conventions throughout the United States in cities such as Orlando, Nashville, Atlanta, and Carolina. Friends and family who love anime join this convention which is held every year on April 15th and people will see comic book sellers, voice actors and people dressed in their favorite characters.

How do you celebrate Anime Day?

Anime Day is all about appreciating the art of anime, you can dress up as your favorite character (Cosplay), read your favorite manga, watch your favorite shows, and have fun with people who know that anime is the best way to spend time.

Share this holiday on your favorite social media websites with your friends using the hashtags #animeday and #NationalAnimeDay and celebrate the fun that is anime.

The following are the main reasons why you should participate in National Anime Day celebrations:

To Enjoy Watching Anime

Anime will not be popular if they are not something good. There are many anime now that are very popular because of the great stories they tell. Therefore, you must celebrate this holiday to immerse yourself in the extraordinary anime world that you want to have in real life.

Sharing the Anime World with Others

Another reason why you should celebrate this holiday is to share the beautiful and amazing world of anime with others. You can recommend your favorite anime shows to people you know - your friends and family. Or maybe you can share anime with people you might not know, by sharing it on your social media account.

To Promote Anime Culture

Another main reason why you should celebrate today is to promote anime culture. With anime in the spotlight, creators will be more motivated to produce more amazing anime with great stories.

How to Celebrate: Ideas & Activities

The following are the best things you can do to make your National Anime Day celebration so fun

Participate in Anime Conventions

One good way to celebrate this day is by participating in anime conventions. There might be one near you, which you can follow. You can participate in various activities related to anime at this convention. You will definitely be excited when you see the anime booth that you like the most.

Participate in Cosplay

You can also celebrate this day by participating in cosplay. Here, you can dress as your favorite anime character. You can make an effort by making your own costume using your own creativity. In cosplay, you can interact with other people who dress as their favorite anime characters too.

Watch anime

You can also celebrate this day by watching anime. You can watch your favorite anime or start a new one. You can gather recommendations from popular anime websites, reviews and recommendations from your friends and relatives.

Celebrate on Social Media

You can also join today's celebration on social media, for example, using the hashtag #NationalAnimeDay to let your friends and followers know that you also participated in today's celebration.