Japanese media conglomerate Kadokawa has introduced that it is going to be publishing an unique shonen soccer manga from Vietnam referred to as “Son Objective!”. As a part of the manga launch, the writer has additionally partnered with Vietnamese writer Kim Dong Publishing for the native launch.
The title announcement has been formalized with the latest go to of Masayuki Aoyagi, Publishing Director on the Kadokawa JSC; to the Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Vu Hong Nam. Throughout the press convention, Aoyagi defined that that is the writer’s first try and undertake an unique boys’ manga work originating from Vietnam and that it is going to be printed in Vietnam this yr.
Talking in regards to the soccer manga launch, Vietnamese Ambassador Vu Hong Nam expressed his help for the endeavor with Kadokawa, stating that he himself is an enormous fan of manga.
“First, all Vietnamese individuals love soccer. And manga could be very in style amongst Vietnamese kids. There isn’t any doubt that soccer and manga will function a bridge to deepen the connection between Vietnam and Japan. Additionally, there are nonetheless many Vietnamese who’ve by no means visited well-known locations in their very own nation, so I believe this will probably be a superb alternative for them to get to know their very own nation.”
Assertion from Vietnamese Ambassador Vu Hong Nam, through press launch (ACN edit)
Throughout the mentioned press convention, each events have additionally mentioned measures to amplify anti-piracy measures in each international locations. It ought to be recalled that Vietnam was one of many many international locations that had been concerned within the launch of a worldwide anti-piracy marketing campaign with Japan’s Content material Abroad Distribution Affiliation (CODA).
Supply: Kadokawa Press Launch