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Gadouken Gauntlet is a quarterly video gaming tournament geared toward competitive fans of fighting games. Gadouken Gauntlet is managed by Project 760 Productions in association with Hyperbooster's Studio and sponsored in part by Anime V.
Otaku Bowl is a social event that fuses anime fandom and bowling to make a fun social activity for fans of Japanese animation, bowling or anything in between. Otaku Bowl events include bowling and social networking with other fans of anime, manga and cosplay, along with food and drinks.
Otaku Bowl is a Project 760 Event and is sponsored in part by Pacific Media Expo.
Project HyperJam is a launch event that invites fans to sample events that will take place at Hyper-Con, a Hyperbooster's Studio Event managed by Project 760 Productions. Project HyperJam features a swap meet and artist alley section and live performances by musicians and artists from the anime, manga and cosplay scene.
Japantown Arts Festival
Project 760 Productions, the organizers for JTAF (also known as “Japan Town Anime Faire”), announces its full name change from JTAF to Japan Town Arts Festival, an event showcasing arts and crafts by artists inspired by Japanese entertainment. The name change is in response to the change in focus of JTAF from an anime convention to an event that focuses on the appreciation of arts and crafts inspired by the Japanese entertainment. The convention that was formerly known as “JTAF” or “Japantown Anime Faire” is now known as “Otaku Amusement Festival” and will be managed by Project 760 Productions.
“Japan Town Arts Festival hopes to offer the public an opportunity to experience the talent of artists ranging from sketch artists to masters of the needle and thread,” says Ray Nagar, Chief Organizer of the Japan Town Arts Festival. “We hope that this event is beneficial to the artists who would like to showcase their work and to the Japantown area, which has been one of the key locations in promoting Japanese popular culture to the Bay Area.”
Nisei Week's Little Tokyo Anime Festival
Little Tokyo Anime Festival was created to celebrate Japanese Animation in the Los Angeles area. Originally named "Cosmic Summer Anime Festival" in its earlier years, the festival acknowledges Japanese animation (known as "anime") in America and includes events such as costume (or "cosplay") events and free video screenings of the latest in Japanese animation distributed in the United States and Japan.
The Little Tokyo Anime Festival is a joint presentation of Project 760 Productions and The Nisei Week Festival, organized through the Nisei Week Foundation in Los Angeles, California. The Nisei Week Foundation promotes the Japanese and Japanese American heritage and traditions while bringing together the diverse communities of Southern California through arts and cultural education.
Project 760's Screening Room is an extension of events outside of JTAF Bay Area. The Screening Room features video releases from various video distributors and record companies, as well as music videos from companies specializing in Japanese Pop (J-Pop) music such as Tofu Records, ADV Films, Urban Vision, Central Park Media, AN Entertainment and Bandai Entertainment. This event has been created to further familiarize the public with anime and J-Pop while becoming additional programming for special events, such as the Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival.