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― Today’s Imagination Building Tomorrow ― Setagaya Literary Museum presents Sci-Fi Land July 19 to Sept. 28, 2014 Japanese Science Fiction Exhibition
Introduction Sci-Fi Classics: Before World War Two Juza Unno (1897-1949): Father of Japanese Science Fiction Foundation of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of Japan (1963) Publications: Uchujin, SF Magazine, Sogen SF, and More Short Animation Featuring the Dawn of Japanese SF by Tori Miki The First Generation Shinichi Hoshi: 1001 Short-Short Stories Sakyo Komatsu: Heart and Soul of Science Fiction Osamu Tezuka: Story-Telling with Manga Hiroshi Manabe: Illustrator of the Future Yasutaka Tsutsui: Secrets and Rules of Creation Growth SFX: Development of Special Effects by Eiji Tsuburaya Anime: Astro Boy, the First Televised Animated Series in Japan Graphics: How Shoji Ohtomo Explained Fictional Monsters Film: Propagation of Science Fiction through Motion Pictures Expo: World Expo (Osaka, 1970) and the Future We Saw Now and the Future Naoki Urasawa and the 21st Century Possibilities of Japanese Science Fiction National Square Photo opportunities with our national heroes such as Godzilla, Astro Boy, and Ultraman Science Fiction for Youth (Ground floor) Books currently on the market that are published for children Museum Shop Original miniature book, catalog, postcards, and more
1-10-10 Minami Karasuyama, Setagaya-ku Tokyo 157-0062 JAPAN setabun.or.jp
Text by Marina Hoshi Whyte

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