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The Animation Kobe is an event established by Kobe in 1996 to promote anime and other visual media.wikipedia
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In 2003, Kuroda won the Individual Award at the 8th Animation Kobe event, held annually in Kobe.
She won the 16th Animation Kobe Award for her work.
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The anime won several awards at the Tokyo International Anime Fair and the Animation Kobe and Japan Media Arts Festivals.
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In 2005, he was awarded the individual prize in the 10th Animation Kobe awards.
On September 24, 2008, Tsuji won a Special Award in the 13th Animation Kobe for his writing work.
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At the 10th Animation Kobe event in October 2005, Kuri was awarded the special award for lifetime contributions to anime as a general producer at Tatsunoko Pro.
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It won the Feature Film Award at the 2000 Animation Kobe.
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It won the Feature Film Award at the 1999 Animation Kobe.
The anime received an Excellence Prize at the 2007 Japan Media Arts Festival, and Imaishi himself received an individual award at the twelfth Animation Kobe Festival.
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The Animation Kobe is an event established by Kobe in 1996 to promote anime and other visual media.
Major annual awards in Japan include the Ōfuji Noburō Award, the Mainichi Film Award for Best Animation Film, the Animation Kobe Awards, the Japan Media Arts Festival animation awards, the Tokyo Anime Award and the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year.
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It won the 2013 Kobe Theatrical Film Award and awards at the Fantasia International Film Festival and the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film.
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Rebellion was nominated for the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year and won the Best Theatrical Film Award at the 19th Animation Kobe Awards.
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Both seasons have won several awards at the Tokyo International Anime Fair, Animage Anime Grand Prix, and Animation Kobe event.
In 2001, Kitakubo won the "Individual Award" at The 6th Animation Kobe for the latter film.
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The series garnered a variety of awards, such as the Television Award at the 16th Animation Kobe Awards, as well as 12 Newtype Anime Awards and the Grand Prize for animation in the 2011 Japan Media Arts awards.
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The anime series won grand prizes in the categories of television series and best art direction (for Takashi Waki) at the 5th Tokyo Anime Award competition held at the Tokyo International Anime Fair in 2006, while Nagahama won the Animation Kobe Individual Award for his directing.
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In 2002, it won the Animation Kobe award for packaged work.
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Collectively, Madhouse films have won a total of two Japan Academy Prizes, four Grand Prizes in the Animation Division at Japan Media Arts Festival, two Gertie Awards, six Mainichi Film Awards (three Ōfuji Noburō Awards, and three Animation Grand Awards), two Tokyo Anime Awards for Animation of the Year, and five Animation Kobe Feature Film Awards.
In 2002, Maruyama was awarded the "Special/Lifetime Achievement" Award at the 7th Animation Kobe in recognition and honor of his contributions to the industry.
In 2014, The 19th Animation Kobe committee chose him to receive their Individual Award for the stretch of his career including Danganronpa: The Animation, Arpeggio of Blue Steel, and Hamatora.
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The series won the award for best anime television series at the 7th Animation Kobe fair.
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The series won the Television award at the 17th Animation Kobe Awards.
The song was awarded the Radio Kansai Award for best theme song at the 9th Animation Kobe Awards that year.