Address Toei Animation Museum 2-chōme-10-5 Higashiōizumi, Nerima City, Tokyo 178-8567, Japan

Founded in 1948 under the name Nihon Dōga, Toei Animation is a famous Japanese animation studio, known for having produced Goldorak, Albator, Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, Sailor Moon or One Piece.

After the Second World War, Sanae Yamamoto founded in the Kantō region, the animation studio of manga Nihon Dōga-sha. In 1948, the studio moved to the Tokyo area and its first production, The White Snake, released in Japanese theaters in 1958, was an immediate success. In the mid-1970s, the studio decided to move into the television world. Over the years, Goldorak, Albator and Dragon Ball have allowed the studio to distinguish itself. Today, it has an interactive museum that opened in 2018.

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Cult! music: 100 mythical music places [French Edition]

Embark immediately on an exhilarating world tour with some of music’s most iconic bands and artists!

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