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    Video and Photo Gallery from Tokyo Hobby Festival Source: ACTV Japan Wonder Festival Official Site: A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE On July 27th, SciFi JAPAN TV attended Wonder Festival - Summer 2014! Wonder Festival is a bi-annual event held in the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba Prefecture, Japan with a wide display of "garage kits". Please enjoy our Wonder Festival episode and photo gallery, and be sure to come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday!

    Source: ACTV Japan A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE A national vote was organized by the Nihon Eiga Satellite Broadcasting Corporation to find the favorite Godzilla movie of the current generation of Godzilla fans in Japan. On July 19th 2014, the results were broadcast live from Studio Alta in Shinjuku, Tokyo. SciFi JAPAN TV takes a look behind the scenes of the event, talks to some of the fans, and reveals the winning film! Come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday!

    Source: ACTV Japan A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE In this episode of SciFi JAPAN TV: EXTRA, we take a more in-depth look at the special GODZILLA screening in Yokosuka, Japan hosted by Monster Attack Team magazine, as featured in last week's episode of SciFi JAPAN TV. The event saw original Godzilla suit actor Haruo Nakajima return to the Yokosuka base where he served during World War 2 to share some wartime stories and enjoy the new GODZILLA movie with the troops. Come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday!

    Source: ACTV Japan A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE In this week's episode of SciFi JAPAN TV, we join Monster Attack Team magazine for a special screening of the new GODZILLA movie at the US naval base in Yokosuka, along with special guest Haruo Nakajima, the original Godzilla suit actor. Mr Nakajima has come to share some stories from his time serving at the Yokosuka base during World War 2, before watching GODZILLA with the troops. Come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday. Next week we have a special uncut edition of the Yokosuka GODZILLA event, with more from Haruo Nakajima and Monster Attack Team!

    Source: ACTV Japan A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE In this week's episode of SciFi JAPAN TV, we visit the Tokyo Big Sight for the 2014 International Tokyo Toy Show, one of the world's most important toy exhibitions. From Godzilla and Sentai to Star Wars and Gundam, you can find all your favorite characters on display here every year. So come with us as we take a look at all the goods and toys coming soon here in Japan! Come back for new episodes of SciFi JAPAN TV every Thursday!

    Source: ACTV Japan Special Thanks to Yuji Kaida and Edward Holland A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE SciFi JAPAN TV is back after a long break with the first of our "Summer of Godzilla" 60th anniversary celebration episodes! Meet renowned kaiju illustrator Yuji Kaida at a special exhibition of his work in Tokyo as he talks about his love for Japanese monsters, what makes a 'kaiju', and the new GODZILLA.

    Source: ACTV Japan A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE SciFi JAPAN TV returns with a look at the revival of the Ultraman franchise in the mid-1990s. In this episode, TV producer Yoshihiko Marutani and director Takeshi Yagi take us on a brief tour of "Ultra-Town" in Tsuburaya Productions’ old hometown of Shoshigaya-Okura, then sit down at the Ultraman goods shop Shot M78 to reflect on the productions of the Heisei series ULTRAMAN TIGA (ウルトラマンティガ, Urutoraman Tiga, 1996-1997), ULTRAMAN DYNA (ウルトラマンダイナ, Urutoraman Daina, 1997-1998), ULTRAMAN GAIA (ウルトラマンガイア, Urutoraman Gaia, 1998-1999), and ULTRAMAN COSMOS (ウルトラマンコスモス, Urutoraman Kosumosu, 2001-2002)!

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE Author: Jim M. Ballard About The Episode SciFi JAPAN TV is back, celebrating its first anniversary this month with episode thirteen! We've given the show a bit of a revamp too! As always, we want to keep pushing to make it bigger and better. In this episode - which we actually shot way back in March (note the cheery blossoms) - our associate producer Hiro Sono met up with THE BIG O and KING OF THORN director Kazuyoshi Katayama in Ginza to talk about monsters, anime and all things otaku. This episode was great fun to shoot, and the energy of these two professional fanboys makes this episode a joy to watch.

    Special Thanks to Jim Cirronella, Eliot Brodsky and Brad Warner A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE About The Episode In April this year, the stars of the original ULTRAMAN (ウルトラマン 空想特撮シリーズ, Urutoraman: Kuso Tokusatsu Shirizu, 1966) TV series Bin Furuya, Susumu Kurobe and Hiroko Sakurai made their way to Burbank, CA for a reunion at Monsterpalooza -- and SCIFI JAPAN TV there to capture the action!

    Author: Jim M. Ballard [videogallery id="sfjtv"] Our original web series, SciFi JAPAN TV, has been nominated for BEST HORROR MULTIMEDIA (AUDIO OR VIDEOCAST) in the Eleventh Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards! The Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards were created by David Colton and Kerry Gammill in 2002. Nominees for the Rondo are selected from suggestions by horror fans, pros and enthusiasts offered all year at the CHFB. Each year's nominees are finalized by classic horror fan David Colton, with the help of more than 20 classic horror fans from around the world, and with expertise in all parts of fandom.

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE Texas-based comic book artist Matt Frank is perhaps best known among genre fans for his work on IDW Publishing's Godzilla series, including GODZILLA: KINGDOM OF MONSTERS, GODZILLA: GANGSTERS AND GOLIATHS and GODZILLA: LEGENDS. This past November, Matt and his girlfriend Morgan made their first trip to Japan. SciFi JAPAN TV caught up with the pair to talk monsters, art and explore Tokyo -- meeting some kaiju celebrities along the way!

    A SCIFI JAPAN EXCLUSIVE In honor of Godzilla FX director Teruyoshi Nakano's 77th birthday in October this year, a special two-day event including a film screening of GHIDORAH, THE THREE-HEADED MONSTER was held in a small theater in Kanagawa Prefecture, with Mr. Nakano himself in attendance. During the event, SciFi JAPAN TV was given the great privilege to sit down with the director to discuss his life and career before the audience. Mr. Nakano, who is perhaps best remembered for helming the FX on the Godzilla series through the turmoil years of the 1970s, first served as an assistant director at Toho under Eiji Tsuburaya. Today we present the conclusion to this two-part special. If you haven't seen it yet, please click here to check out part one!

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