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Modern Kemono Culture and Trend

Many in the furry community are inspired by Japanese culture. Though many arefans of the Japanese anthro subculture, Kemono, they aren’t aware of Kemono’shistory and what makes it have a similar and a different spirit to furry. Moreover...
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Imuhata 8ri

on 7 July 2013

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Transcript of Modern Kemono Culture and Trend

Why
"Modern"?
How?
kemono?
Modern?
The anthropomorphism have been established and recognized as a method of expression since Pre-historical Era. Idea of anthropomorphism were extended in various context in various time period.
When is
The subcultural expression commonly known as "kemono" have became known during late 80's to mid-90's, and became popular during late 90's to early '00. In this presentation, we will mostly focus on this time period.
and
Nationwide Kemono-community did not exist before 1980s.
Kemono artists occasionally found each other in a book-fair event such as Comic Market and Comitia.
During late '80, communication on online service provider become common.
On Nov. 1995, Windows 95 has been released in Japan.
Who started?
What is
is
kemono
different from
furry fandom
?
Culture
they possess?
What kind of
Social Community in Japan
Two-dimentional
(Painting and Novels)
Three-dimentional
(Kigurumi and Crafting)
Hybrid of
two
kemono
Mainstream
Subculture
Two streams that compose kemono culture
What is
trend?
Kemono is a genre of Japanese art that prominently features anthropomorphic .
Kemono/Furry activities
kemono
furry
Shares numerous similarities including expressions and trends.
The kemono Fandom lacks coherence in terms of community perspective.
kigurumi/fursuit
fursona
book-fair events
self-published books (dojin books)
anthropomorphic characters
commission
conventions (resided in a reserved hotel)
communication between artists and kigurumer/fursuiters
"my character" (e.g. Handy Monster)
music arcade games
furry fan (furries)
fursuit
digimon
furry characters
dragon
Therianthropy
dorarer
kemono-zuki (kemono fan)
Kemono Fandom(?)
kemoner
furry fandom
jyu-jin
(therianthrope)
animals
kigurumi
dragon
(term does not exist)
fursuiter
Kigurumer
12~13th Century
19th Century
1950
1600's
1950's
1995
Choju-jinbutsu-giga
Osamu Tezuka, known as the father of manga culture in Japan, often used anthropomorphism in his creation.
Anthropomorphism become common expression
During Edo Period, anthropomorphism become common expression in ukiyo-e, the woodblock printing and painting.
Dawn of Modern Kemono Culture
1980
Kemono Community start to develop prominently
After the releasing of Windows 95 and launching of the Internet, community start to develop prominently.
1100's
A famous set of four picture scrolls, or emakimono, belonging to Kōzan-ji temple in Kyoto, Japan which depict anthropomorphic animals.
Community start to develop while communication tool (e.g. Online service provider) and convention (e.g. Comic Market and Comitia) make an appearance.
Osamu Tezuka made anthropomorphism common in manga
?
"let's climb the kemono stairway!!"
by Kab
kemono
Kemono Fandom and Furry Fandom
Mesukemo
(female kemono)
Osukemo
(male kemono)
Kemoshota
(boy kemono)
Debukemo
(chubby kemono)
Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature (1984)
Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Pokémon (1996)
Starfox (1997)
Klonoa (1997)
TailConcerto (1998)
Arashinoyoruni (2005)
Solatorobo (2010)
Wolf Children (2012)
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2012)
"Online artist community where anyone can browse or submit their own anime and manga illustrations, collaborate with others, and even join official contests.”
Painting
Literature
Novels
social networking websites in Japan and was started in 2004.
Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets".
Fur Affinity, also known as FA, is the furry fandom's largest online community, focusing on the promotion of art, music and stories.
Book-Fair Event
Conventions
What is
how it different from
book-fair event
convention
(Furry) Convention
Book-Fair Event
Workshops
Artists Alley
Commissions
Parades
Dances/Disco
Masquerades
Charity
A Dealer's Den
Gallery
Cosplay
Sellings of fan-book
Sketchbooks
Uncle Kage
Book-faire event
Convention
JMoF
FullMoff
Kemoket
Fur-st
Jyu-jin Matsuri
Moff-ket
Kemocon
EVENT
ANIME/GAME
Puzzle Dragon
Jewel Pet
My Little Pony
Pokemon X and Y
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Pretty Cure!
Jubeat

sirokuma cafe
manga
Anyamaru Tantei Kiruminzuu
pop'n music
dogi-magi-doubutu school
ginngitune
gakuensouei nekoten!
oumagadoki doubutu-en
soratorobo
Morenatsu
ANIME
GAME
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