A Girl's Picture
At the Tokyo Animal Exhibition, I wanted to go for a long time, and I thought I was being tortured by a simple question, what exactly would it be? No, seriously, any international exhibitions of this magnitude usually have some hard-core products that can be put on the windows and what they call to feel with their hands. In the case of computer games, this is the testing of new games, in the case of manga or art, printed samples. But what can I show you at an anonymous exhibition? In the Russian animals festivals, the lion shares theatre scenes and cosples, so I was expecting cosples in Tokyo, but it didn't work that way.
I also expected a large number of people, literally a bunch of fat sharks. However, inside the exhibition complex was fairly free, no turns, no pressure. People came a good ten times less than a game show. In the exhibition room, there were boards of the participating companies, but the names (known to me) of the animal studio were very small, I only remember Sanris. And for example, Gonzo's studio with last week's second season was gone.
The walls were generally quite interesting, many of them could be bought with different products - posters, clothing, painted animals, braces, etc. But there were practically no animosities and, most terrible, there were no cosples. Anyway, I found out there's no crucifix. Despite this rubbish, there was a sufficient number of people in costumes that I'm suggesting to look at.