Anime Fans Head to KotoriCon to Celebrate Japanese Animation and Culture

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Hundreds of anime fans will be making their way into Gloucester County this weekend for a fun-filled event just for them.

On Friday, January 11th, Rowan College at Gloucester County kicked off its 10th annual KotoriCon anime convention.

The convention celebrates Japanese animation and culture while giving back to charity.

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In its 10-year history, KotoriCon has helped raise more than $40,000 for various charities throughout the region.

The convention will continue on Saturday, January 12th, and they invite fans to come dressed up as their favorite anime characters.

To learn more visit kotoricon.org.

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