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Comic Market (Comiket) 73

Session Date : Dec. 29th (Sat)~
                    31th (Mon) 2007
Next Session Date : Aug. 15th (Fri)~
                         17th (Sun) 2008

Hours of Operation:

Dojinshi Area :
10:00am to 4:00pm each day.
Corporate Dealers Area :
10:00am to 5:00pm on Dec. 29~30th.
  10:00am to 4:00pm on Dec. 31th.
Dressing Room :
10:00am to 4:30pm each day.
(Registration open from10:00am
to 3:30pm, on the last day only to 2:30)


 Tokyo International
Exhibition Center
(The Tokyo Big Sight)

Dojinshi Area : East Halls 1~6
                & West Halls 1~2
Dressing Room : West Hall 3
Corporate Dealers Area : West Hall 4
Costume Play Public Square :
              Rooftop Exhibition Area
                    10:00am to 4:00pm
(only to 3:00pm on the last day; location
may change
depending on weather)


Comic Market attendees must follow all
rules established by the Comic Market
Committee, without exception.
Attendees must obey all instructions
issued by police, firefighters, the
Comiket staff, private security guards,
and employees of the Tokyo Big Sight.
The following is a list of things YOU
SHOULD NOT DO at the Comic Market:
>Do not violate any Japanese laws
 and/or provincial laws of the Tokyo
 Metropolitan Government.
>Do not engage in activities that egre-
 giously disturb other attendees.
>Do not smoke anywhere but in the
 designated smoking areas.
>Do not start any fires involving open
 flames, or bring in fire-starting devices.
>Do not engage in any public theatrical
 displays, live shows, demonstrations, or
 protest rallies.
>Do not come to the Comiket by any
 means except public transportation.
 There is no room for parking your car,
 motorcycle, or bicycle at the Tokyo
  Big Sight.
>Do not loiter in or around the Tokyo
 Big Sight during late night hours.

>Do not undress or change clothing
 except in the dressing/changing room.
 Undressing in the bathroom is strictly
>Do not bring in the following items. If
 you are found to be in possession of
 any of the following items, it will be
 confiscated and will not be returned to
  #Any items whose possession
   is prohibited Japanese law,
   and/or items being trans-
   ported in an illegal manner.
  #Weapons and/or anything resem-
   bling a weapon in shape.
  #Anything longer than 30 cm
   (1 foot) in length.
  #Accessories that have pointed
  #Any athletic equipment (i.e.
   balls,Frisbees, bows and ar-
   rows, etc.)
  #People carrying vehicles such
   as bicycles, unicycles, skate-
   boards, rollerskates,etc.
  #Any easily-flammable item.
  #Alcoholic beverages, animals,
   and electrical generators.
  #Any device designed produce
   loud sounds (i.e. musical
   instruments, boom boxes,
   portable radios with speakers,
  #Any other items deemed danger-
  ous by the Comiket staff.

Disaster Prevention Rules

DO NOT sit down or place luggage,
books, drinks, etc. near fire
fighting gear or emergency exits.
These areas are demarcated by red
tape on the floor.Furthermore, do
not leave baggage unattended any-
where within the premises.
If you come across a suspicious
object,please inform Comiket staff
or a security guard immediately.

Rules and Guidelines
for Attendees
New to the Comic Market

>We recommend that first time at-
 tendees come to the Comic Market
  in the afternoon in order to a-
  void being stuck in long lines.
>Please use public transportation,
 such as trains or buses.
>Taking photographs of people in
  cosplay is limited to the costume-
  play public square. Always get per-
  mission from the cosplayer before
  taking their picture.
>You may only undress at the dress-
 ing/changing room. If you wish
  to cosplay,
  you must register at the dress-
  ing room. (The dressing room is
  located West Hall 3.) Registra-
  tion will cost \800. Please be
  aware that cosplay and masquer-
  ading have yet to be widely
  accepted in mainstream Japanese
  society. Do not come to or leave
  the Comiket wearing a costume.

To Members of the Press

If you are attending the Comic Market
as part of any type of fieldwork for the
news media, you must register at the
Comic Market general headquarters
located in East Hall 1 and abide by
instructions issued at that time.Please
refrain from any interviewing and filming
on and around the premises prior to

What is the Comic Market ?

The Comic Market is an event with
more than 30 years of history and 
boasts 35,000 dojinshi publishing 
circles and 500,000 general attendees.
Dojinshi circles come seeking to
distribute their creations to oth-
ers who share their interests.
The corporate dealers' area is
populated by corporations that
understand and support the ideals
of the Comiket. Most dojinshi cir-
cles do not aim to make a profit
from their activities.
Their aim is interact and communi-
cate with other participants
through the works that they have
Communication inspires further
creation,thereby forming a foun-
dation upon which even greater
works can come about. This is
the paramount ideal of the Comic
Market. The Comic Market Committee,
a non-profit organization,was
created for the specific purpose
of running these colossal market-
The Comic Market International
Desk is here to provide overseas
attendees with information and
answer any questions that might
arise. Please feel free to come
and ask for our help. We welcome
everyone who shares our enthusiasm
and interest in the dojinshi cul-
ture. All of us on the Comiket
staff hope you will enjoy your
visit to the Comic Market.

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