Anime Boston, regarded as the largest anime convention in the United States’ Northeast, held annually in Massachusetts under the supervision of the New England Anime Society, is up for something bigger and brighter this year. 

Anime Boston 2023 will see the appearance of popular anime streaming and manga platform Crunchyroll as the latter presents anime premieres and a whole lot more. 

April 7th 

On April 7th, Crunchyroll will screen the first “Skip and Loafer” episode during the event, followed by the North American premiere of the second and third episodes.

Also, on that day, event attendees will be able to see the first episodes of “Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You” Season 2, as well as the first episode of “Magical Destroyers.”  

April 8th

On April 8th, there will be a North American east coast premiere of “To Every You I’ve Loved Before.”

On that day, there will also be a Crunchyroll industry panel where attendees can hear about all the latest and greatest anime launching on Crunchyroll straight from the sources.

Plus, they will also get the chance to witness the North American east coast premiere of “To Me, The One Who Loved You.”

And in the afternoon of that day, “Sasaki and Miyano: Graduation” will premiere. 

Attendees will also be among the first to catch the newest simulcast titles coming to Crunchyroll this spring, with presentations of the first episodes of “Konosuba: An Explosion on This Wonderful World!,” Dead Mount Death Play,” and “KamiKatsu: Working for God in a Godless World.”

Then, a “My Home Hero” premiere will also transpire. 

April 9th

More premieres will happen on the third day of the event, such as the first episodes of “Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts,” “Why Raeliana Ended Up at the Duke’s Mansion,” and “The Legendary Hero Is Dead.”

“A Galaxy Next Door” will also be premiered on April 9th. 

The day will also see the special screening of “Mashle: Magic and Muscles.” 

“This event has been a cornerstone of the North East Anime Convention circuit since our inaugural event in April, 2003. Following unprecedented growth, we quickly outgrew the space in the Boston Park Plaza Hotel and moved to the Hynes Convention Center in 2005. The Hynes Convention Center and Sheraton Boston have allowed us to grow in ways we could not have imagined since the idea was first conceived,” the event’s official website said.

While the main focus of the Anime Boston event has always been on Japanese anime and comics, through the years, it has expanded to include other areas of Japanese pop culture, including J-Pop, J-Rock, and live-action Japanese media. The event also now features Japanese history and traditional culture, therefore encouraging people to develop a more well-rounded perspective. Tens of thousands of enthusiasts head to Boston to participate in the event.

Anime Boston 2023 will be held at Hynes Convention Center from April 7th to April 9th. 

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