Art & Design

Stop Motion Animation Which Never Stops - Animation Creators' Talk

25 September 2018, London

Tsuneo Goda is a Japanese animation creator best known for creating Domo, the lovable monster mascot of Japan's biggest public broadcaster, NHK. Five years after the creation of Domo, Goda founded dwarf, an animation studio in Tokyo, specialising in stop-motion puppet animation and character design. Together with Hirokazu Minegishi, who was appointed lead animator on Domo, they have since created hundreds of characters and worked on the award-winning film series Komaneko..

With special thanks to NHK Cosmomedia Europe, a few lucky attendees will receive Domo goods!


This event is free to attend but booking via Eventbrite is essential. To book tickets, please click here.

25 September 2018, 6:30pm
Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 5DY

The Japan Foundation