San Francisco's Japantown Host The Anime Street Pavilion At The 4th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration

San Francisco, CA (March 10, 2008) -- eigoMANGA and AsianWeek Produces The Anime Street Pavilion At The Fourth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration In San Francisco's Japantown.

The Anime Street Pavilion celebrates the otaku (anime fan) culture in the San Francisco Bay Area. Anime fans all over the Bay Area are invited to an exciting day-long programming line-up of live Japanese rock performances, an anime theme runway fashion show featuring original anime clothing lines from Japanese and Bay Area fashion designers, anime cosplay masquerade, as well as additional features from the Fourth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration.

The Fourth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration will be held on Saturday May 17, 2008 in San Francisco's Japantown. The Asian Heritage Street Celebration is San Francisco's largest All-Asian event featuring Asian American artists, DJs, martial arts, today's Asian pop culture, j-cars, a Muay Thai kickboxing ring, a karaoke contest, arts and crafts, anime, and free community health screenings. In the four years since it's inception, the outdoor event has quickly become the country's largest assemblage of Asian Americans. The 2007 event broke an outdoor record of over 90,000 attendees.

Visit to learn more about The Anime Street Pavilion and visit to learn more about the 4th Annual Asian Heritage Street Fair.

What: Anime Street Pavilion @ Fourth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration
When: Saturday, May 17, 2008
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Where: San Francisco's Japantown

About AsianWeek and AsianWeek Foundation
AsianWeek, based in San Francisco, CA, is the oldest and largest English language newspaper serving the Asian/Pacific Islander American community. It is the only print media using audited circulation and U.S. Census tract demographics to target this most affluent multicultural market.

The Asian Heritage Street Celebration is organized by the AsianWeek Foundation in cooperation with over 51 organizations in the Asian American community. The AsianWeek Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 committed to developing the Voices of Asian America. All proceeds from the celebration will be donated to local and national charities.

About eigoMANGA
eigoMANGA is a comic book publishing studio company that produces original Japanese-influenced comics as well as develop business and marketing projects geared towards the anime industry.

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I can think this is cool and not be Asian, right? I love Japantown and aside from the Cherry Blossom Festival I think I might just go since my friend Jenny K is going to be in it.