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Japan has hosted one Worldcon, [[Nippon 2007]].
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'''Japan’s''' [[fandom]] originated in the 1950s, with early [[fen]] including [[Takumi Shibano]] and [[Masahiro Noda]].  It has hosted one [[Worldcon]], [[Nippon 2007]] in [[Yokohama]].
[[The Federation of Science Fiction Fan Groups of Japan]] covers the clubs in the country. Their national convention is [[Nihon SF Taikai]] which votes on the [[Seiun Award]]s.
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[[The Federation of Science Fiction Fan Groups of Japan]] covers the [[clubs]] in the country. The [[natcon]], [[Nihon SF Taikai]], began in 1962; a [[traveling convention]], its [[members]] vote on the [[Seiun Award]]s.  
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Latest revision as of 00:54, 10 September 2021

Japan’s fandom originated in the 1950s, with early fen including Takumi Shibano and Masahiro Noda. It has hosted one Worldcon, Nippon 2007 in Yokohama. The Federation of Science Fiction Fan Groups of Japan covers the clubs in the country. The natcon, Nihon SF Taikai, began in 1962; a traveling convention, its members vote on the Seiun Awards.



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