By Yoko Shimomura, Reuters News AgencyLONDON (Reuters) – When it came to pregnant women figure, pregnant women did not come out on top in the popularity rankings for anime figures, according to a survey released on Monday by online game developer and anime maker Studio Shaft Inc.
A separate survey by the company showed that only 8.3 percent of female anime fans said they would like to see the anime figure industry improve in the next few years.
A third of the male anime fans polled said they wanted the industry to improve, while another 17 percent said they did not want the anime figures industry to change much at all.
“I am not a fan of the anime industry, and I think there needs to be some changes made to the anime market in the future,” said Kiyotaka Suzuki, a 22-year-old game developer who is a fan and member of a social media group called “Pregnant Anime Fans”.
“I have already started looking into the possibilities of creating anime figures for my own company and I am also looking into a game that could allow me to show my pregnant friends my pregnancy status.
I also want to use this to create cute anime figures of my favorite characters.”
But I think I will still be disappointed if I can’t have the anime fans like me in the figures.
I can only hope that the industry will improve in some way.
“Some of the figures shown in the survey were based on a picture of a pregnant woman, who was dressed in a traditional Japanese outfit and wearing a headscarf.
Other popular anime figures include a pregnant girl in a red dress, a pregnant female soldier, and a pregnant, but still wearing a mask and scarf, wearing a hat.
The poll of more than 2,000 anime fans, taken between February and April, asked about the popularity of popular anime characters, such as Naruto Uzumaki and Keiko Inoue, with the results revealing a clear trend.
The popularity of female characters was largely unchanged from the previous survey, while the popularity and popularity of male characters, who are often portrayed as having higher status, rose in response to the popularity trend.
Female anime fans are increasingly interested in anime figures because of the increased popularity of women characters, Suzuki said.”
I also think there should be a way for fans to find out what is happening with the anime characters so they can support them and be excited about them,” he added.”
If the trend is continuing, I would be worried that the anime companies might start making figures of female figures based on anime characters with high status, like a pregnant or pregnant woman.”
“I also think there should be a way for fans to find out what is happening with the anime characters so they can support them and be excited about them,” he added.
The survey also showed that women in the anime business are less willing to sign up for anime commissions because of their work schedules.
“It is not that women are not willing to work for anime companies anymore, but they are not as keen to be involved in it as they were before,” said Shigeru Yamamoto, a 27-year old Japanese anime fan who is part of a group called Anime fans.
“As they can work longer hours, they are less interested in working with anime companies, so they are being forced to work less and less,” he said, adding that it is not easy for female animators to get work.
“There are still a lot of women in anime who are willing to make a work, but if they do not get a job they have to take part in a charity or work part-time to make up the difference,” he explained.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government also recently said it is seeking to encourage anime artists to work longer and more efficiently to keep up with the rising demand for anime content.