Anime Central is the biggest anime, manga and Japanese pop culture tradition in Chicago and the Midwest. It unites fans with visitors from the Japanese and US divisions of the anime and manga industry, and gaming, film, and Asian culture identities. The occasion incorporates an immense display lobby, a huge computer game room, shows, moves, instructive boards and workshops, debut screenings, signature sessions, video rooms, tabletop gaming and considerably more.
Anime Central was shaped in 1998 because of the absence of anime social affairs in the Central United States. Amid the 2001 tradition, development was happening at the inn while the occasion was in progress. Visitor Robert DeJesus got hitched by visitor Jan Scott-Frazier, an appointed clergyman, amid the tradition. At the 2003 tradition, the end of the week lines to enlist for the tradition ran from a hour and a half for pre-enrolled participants to 3 hours for other people. In 2004 a few booking issues happened and opening functions were deferred a hour because of varying media issues.