Japan is home to one of the world’s largest anime fandom communities.
Many fans travel to Japan for events and conventions.
But there are many barriers to entry to getting into the anime fandom.
The only way to get into the fandom is to spend a few hundred yen to participate in a big event or a large convention, or buy tickets for some big events like Anime Japan.
This is a problem for many Japanese anime fans, who are faced with purchasing expensive anime costumes, tickets to big conventions, or the right to attend the event.
However, the good news is that the Japan government is making things easier for the fans.
In a new announcement, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has announced that it has set up a Bitcoin exchange that will allow people to exchange their fiat currency for digital cryptocurrency.
The announcement also says that the exchange will accept cryptocurrency transactions, and that all of the exchange’s users will be required to be Japanese citizens, with a minimum age of 18.
The new exchange will allow Japanese anime and manga fans to purchase digital cryptocurrency directly from Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges.
The news has been greeted with mixed reactions on social media.
Some are glad that the Japanese government is allowing people to trade their fiat currencies directly with their Japanese cryptocurrency exchange.
But others are worried that this means that many Japanese fans will be unable to use the new crypto exchange to trade digital cryptocurrency for real Japanese currency.
This, in turn, could potentially cause the value of Japanese crypto to decline, potentially causing a financial crisis.
This would make it difficult for Japanese anime enthusiasts to find other Japanese crypto exchanges that are willing to accept their purchases.
However the government has also made it clear that the cryptocurrency exchanges will not be allowed to sell the cryptocurrency on a margin or with fees, meaning that people will be able to trade it at a fair price.
This also means that Japan will not allow for any kind of margin trading in cryptocurrencies.
However if the government decides to allow margin trading, there is still a chance that some Japanese cryptocurrency holders may have trouble with the exchange.
The government is also making it clear to Japanese cryptocurrency traders that they will not receive any refunds from the exchange if they lose money on their investments.
This means that if a Japanese cryptocurrency investor loses their investment, they will still be responsible for the exchange fees and taxes.
This could be a big problem for Japanese cryptocurrency investors, as it could be hard for them to get refunds if they were shortchanged.
However since this exchange is not allowed to operate on a profit margin, Japanese cryptocurrency buyers are still likely to be able use this exchange to purchase their cryptocurrency, and this is likely to cause a lot of short-term volatility in the Japanese crypto market.
The Japanese government has made it very clear that this is a temporary fix and that they plan to roll out the exchange over the next two weeks.
There are also plans for more exchanges to be set up in other countries in Japan.
The exchange will only accept Bitcoin, and Japanese fans can purchase digital currency directly from exchanges in China, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
The official announcement also said that the government plans to launch the exchange in other Asian countries in the future.
In the meantime, Japanese fans should keep an eye out for more announcements on the new exchange.