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Tokyo TV station airs first Saudi Manga

The 22-minute animation is the first animated product between Saudi Arabia and Japan

Image Credit: Manga Productions

Riyadh - For the first time in Japanese media, a famous Tokyo TV station aired an animation titled “Woodcutter’s Treasure” produced by the Saudi Manga Production Company.

The company is affiliated with Prince Mohammad Bin Salman “Misk” Foundation and worked in collaboration with Japanese animation company Toei Animation.

The 22-minute animation is the first animated product between Saudi Arabia and Japan.

For his part, Manga Productions CEO Dr. Essam Bukhari said that the company seeks to deliver the Saudi culture to the world through a creative production, which attracts the young generation, in collaboration with the major global production houses.

Manga Productions focuses on producing animations and developing video games with creative and positive content targeting all different local and international groups of society.

It also seeks to launch several animation and video game projects to promote Saudi ideas and messages internationally through unique and professional productions.

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