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ANNtv Akemi Takada interview
by Justin Sevakis, May 4th 2008
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Show Notes:This week, ANN's Evan Miller sits down with legendary character designer and illustrator Akemi Takada to talk about her past work, her new line of jewelry, and her new book, Princess Collection, now available from Kodansha.
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