Sakura-Con Announces 1st Guest Akitaroh Daichi

Nov 12th 2003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Seattle, WA November 2003

Contact:
Sakura-Con
3702 South Fife St, Suite K-2
PMB 78
Tacoma, WA 98409
Phone: 1-877-873-3317
http://www.sakuracon.org

Sakura-Con: Pacific Northwest Anime Convention
April 23rd to April 25th, 2004
Seattle Airport Hilton & Conference Center and
Sea-Tac Marriott Hotel

Sakura-Con 2004 is proud to announce our first
Guest of Honor for 2004.

Akitaroh Daichi
http://www5c.biglobe.ne.jp/~akitaroh/

Mr. Daichi is the creator of such successful shows as "Elf Princess Raine", "Jubei-chan: The Ninja Girl", "Now and Then, Here and There", and "Carried By the Wind Tsukikaze Ran". Mr. Daichi is also known for the direction of such hits "Kodomo no Omocha (Child's Toy)", "Akazukin Cha Cha (Little Red Riding Hood Cha Cha)", Nurse Angel Ririka", and "Fruits Basket". He is
currently now working on directing "Jubei-Chan 2". This will be Mr. Daichi's first trip to the Pacific Northwest!

This is just the beginning; visit our site to find out who else will be joining us this year!

Both the Hilton and Marriott hotels are less the 5 minutes away from Sea-Tac Airport. Be sure to use the reservation code "SAK" when booking your hotel rooms.
http://www.sakuracon.org/index.php?l=location

$40 before January 1, 2004. Visit our website to register online.You can use PayPal for on-line registration, or you can download the form and mail it in with check or money order to the address above.
http://www.sakuracon.org/index.php?l=registration

A general schedule of events has been posted to the website for your enjoyment. You may being planning your time at the convention.
http://www.sakuracon.org/index.php?l=schedule

The Sakura-Con forum just passed over 600 members. The forums are a venue to talk with other people going to the convention, and give suggestions for the 2004 convention.
http://www.sakuracon.org/phpBB2/

Further contact information about various functions at our convention can be found here.
http://www.sakuracon.org/index.php?l=contacts

ANCEA is a Washington State and Federal non-profit organization whose purpose is to encourage the appreciation of Asian Culture through Japanese Animation and Comics. Founded in 1999 in Washington, the group is responsible for coordinating Sakura-Con convention held in the Greater Seattle Area.

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