Japanese toys and manga fans are returning to their country after a lull in sales.
The Japanese toys industry in Japan has grown more than 50% since 2000, according to research firm IBISWorld.
This year, sales are projected to be the highest since 2010, and the industry is expected to generate an annual economic impact of over ¥1 trillion ($20 billion).
That’s a record for the industry, and it’s expected to grow even faster next year.
The most popular toys in Japan are based on manga series, including toys that feature superheroes and villains.
They range from toys that are fun and cute to toys that challenge children.
But they’re also popular among fans of anime and manga.
One of the more popular anime series in Japan is Naruto, which is a spinoff of the Naruto franchise.
According to IBIS World, the anime is the fifth most popular anime of all time, behind Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Transformers.
The company’s analysis shows that Naruto is the third most popular series in the world.
This is an average, and there’s likely a lot of variation in the figures.
For example, the figure for Naruto’s anime version was released in 2012, so Naruto might be in the middle of its seventh season.
And the figure released last year for the anime version has been out of production for years, so the series may not be in full production yet.
The figures for the manga series tend to have a slightly different picture.
In terms of popularity, Naruto is popular among children.
In 2013, Naruto had the fifth highest percentage of its total sales in Japan coming from boys aged 10 to 14.
The figure for manga in Japan was the sixth most popular, at 25.5%.
The manga is also popular in North America, which had the highest percentage in 2013 with 24.5% of its manga sales coming from men aged 15 to 24.
In addition, anime figures are popular in Europe, where they are seen as being a more mature form of storytelling.
The average figure for the average Japanese boy aged 10 or younger in 2013 was ¥30,000, while the average figure was ¥55,000 for the male anime viewer in 2013.
But it’s important to note that this is only a figure for boys, and they are only seen by men.
The number of boys and girls who are anime viewers is much higher.
In Japan, anime is a part of popular culture.
There’s a lot more anime, movies, and music available for boys than for girls.
In 2012, more boys aged 15 and older watched anime than any other age group, and about half of all anime viewers in Japan were boys.
The anime industry is also expanding rapidly.
In 2014, there were nearly 2,500 anime studios and production houses in Japan, up from less than 500 in 2001.
More than two-thirds of anime production houses are owned by small businesses.
Japanese companies are also producing a lot, which means that more anime is on the way.
The industry is expanding because of the high demand for toys and anime, and people are looking for toys that they can play with.
The popularity of anime is also reflected in the amount of toys that Japanese children buy.
IBIS says that in 2013, more than half of the toys in the Japanese toy market were anime.
About two-third of Japanese children aged 3 and under owned at least one anime figure in 2013 (up from one-third in 2010), according to IBis.
Toys and other merchandise that are part of the anime series also sell well.
According the IBIS, anime merchandise sales in 2013 were up nearly 60% over 2012, with nearly three-quarters of the overall figure coming from merchandise related to the anime franchise.
That figure is projected to increase next year as the anime anime boom continues.
What do you think about the popularity of the manga and anime industry?
Is it the best thing in the future for Japan?