Japan invites anime and manga fans to vote for the best 88 seichi out of the tens of thousands there are. Seichi are ‘sacred’ places that have something to do with a manga or anime.
These could be trainstations, schools, temples and other everyday places on which places in manga or anime were based. The houses of animators, mangaka and mangamuseums are also on the nominee list. Japan’s ‘Anime Tourism 88-Stop Pilgrimage’ list is being hosted by Kadokawa, a Japanese publishing company that publishes magazines and such, and Newtype, a Japanese magazine focused on anime.
Do you want to have an influence on which seichi make it onto the list? Then vote here now! And maybe your choice will be part of the final list.
You also get a free screensaver after voting and filling in a questionnaire.
Source: Associated Press