With the world’s most-popular anime games selling more than ever, it’s hard to think of a time when anime and manga have not been a part of pop culture.
With over 50 million anime and comic books published worldwide, it has become clear that manga and anime are inextricably intertwined.
And now that Anime Expo has come to an end, there is even more reason to celebrate anime, especially in the anime world.
The anime industry is worth $1.5 trillion in the United States alone, according to the Entertainment Software Association.
It is also one of the most diverse industries in the world.
With more than 30,000 anime, manga, video games, and video game accessories companies in the U.S., Japan, and Europe, the anime industry has become one of, if not the most-important, part of the entertainment industry.
As the anime market continues to grow and thrive, we’re seeing anime merchandise continue to expand.
And it’s a trend that’s been growing exponentially in recent years.
The average retail price of anime merchandise jumped more than 60% between 2014 and 2020.
Anime merchandisers, like retailers, have come to rely on merchandising to make a living.
In Japan, a growing number of retailers are focusing on the anime business.
Some are trying to offer more anime-themed merchandise, like anime-related clothing and toys, as well as a more traditional, Japanese-inspired line of apparel.
Others are catering to fans of other genres, like kids’ merchandise and video games.
In 2017, the company that made the most money in Japan for merchandizing anime was GungHo, which was valued at $1 billion.
The new anime craze has made anime the most popular anime genre on Amazon.com, where the first Anime Expo was held in 2015.
Amazon’s Anime Expo 2017 merchandise sales have more than tripled since then, while Amazon’s manga sales have also doubled, according, according Amazon’s merchandise sales for 2017 have more about anime and anime-inspired merchandise.
Amazon has also been expanding its Anime Expo merchandise sales.
In 2018, the Tokyo Anime Fair sold over 20 million items.
The Tokyo Anime Expo 2018 merchandise sales reached over 300 million items and are expected to reach over 600 million items in 2020.
In 2020, the world will see an increase in anime-based merchandise.
In 2020, Japanese anime-oriented stores will be offering an estimated $2.5 billion worth of merchandise, according of the Tokyo anime market research company, Kantan.
The Anime Expo 2020 merchandise sales are expected at $2 billion and are on track to be one of Amazon’s top five biggest merchandise sales in the Asia Pacific region in 2020, according the Tokyo-based Anime Expo.
The Anime Expo is also taking on new challenges.
Amazon has been ramping up its efforts to reach audiences with its Anime Central, an online video streaming service that allows fans to watch new anime episodes on demand.
Amazon plans to have a total of 12 million subscribers by 2020.
The company has also opened up its Anime Store, an international marketplace that allows anime fans to purchase anime-specific merchandise.
Amazon is planning to open up more Anime Central in the next few months.
And Amazon has even opened up a marketplace for anime-branded accessories, according for Anime Expo’s 2019 season.
For example, in 2019, Amazon launched a Japanese-themed accessories line for its customers, according an Anime Expo spokesperson.
In the Anime Expo 2019 season, Amazon has added a new line of anime-compatible items for anime fans that are made specifically for anime, according Anime Expo President, David Chmielarz.