PROJECT-H, LLC. TO HOST “HENTAI FESTIVAL” AT ANIME EXPO 2014 IN LOS ANGELES, CA
Saturday, July 5, 2014, 10PM PST to Sunday, July 6, 2014, 2AM PST in LP1 Petree Hall
GARDENA, CA (April 23, 2014) – Project-H is honored to officially announce the titillating new adult-only “Hentai Festival.” Sponsored by Project-H, LLC., the Hentai Festival is sure to excite the attendees at the largest Anime Expo in North America.This grand hentai event is provided to help bring together the enthusiastic and energizing community of Japanese hentai manga/anime fandom.
Everyone 18 years of age or older is invited and all attendees must be registered with Anime Expo 2014. No extra registration is required. All guests must be over the age of 18 years old on the day of the Hentai Festival.
At Anime Expo 2014, attendees will experience the multi-faceted world of Japanese hentai fandom sponsored by North America’s largest hentai manga localizer and publisher, Project-H, LLC. TheHentai Festival will begin on Saturday, July 5, 2014 at 10PM PST, and is planned to begin with theProject-H Industry panel followed by a unique variety of activities which include, but are not limited to, video, interactive one-on-one activities, and games that will test your wits and luck. It’s not a party without giveaways! The panel will discuss Project-H and how it got its name. The ever-evolving conversation regarding Japanese censorship and how it plays a role in North American translations will be deliberated. The panel will also address the 2014 Fall/Winter release schedule and the newly acquired hit-releases for 2015. New forums and a new website will launch before the Anime Expo. Those who attend the Project-H panel will be gifted a limited amount of exclusive items such as special-edition Project-H preview books (and keep an eye out for collectible buttons, pins, and discount coupons that can be used online or at the Project-H booth located in the Exhibit Hall).
There will be a Project-H booth and a Project-H Goods booth selling books and adult toys from Japanese erotic vendor Toys Heart, respectively.
For die-hard fans there will be exclusive gifts such as autographed boards, new releases, and artwork posters. Guests can take a free photo with a tentacle in the seas and keep their photo or share it on social media sites. Fans can expect to have a great time as each attendee participating in the Project-H Hentai Festival is guaranteed to receive a special gift on the night of the event. Additional goodies can be won and earned by playing games and entering contests for even bigger special prizes.
Established in 2011 under Digital Manga Inc.’s hentai imprint, “Project-H Books” was born. After a short while, Project-H Books became its own separate entity, now called Project-H, LLC. With a dedicated fan base exceeding high-count numbers every day, Project-H continues to bridge the gap between Japan and the West by boldly licensing, localizing, and distributing Japanese hentai manga in English to audiences worldwide.
Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA)
Founded in 1992, the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) is the non-profit parent organization for Anime Expo. The SPJA’s mission is to popularize and educate the American public about anime and manga, as well as provide a forum to facilitate communication between professionals and fans.