Japan Media Arts Festival

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The Japan Media Arts Festival
Awarded for "Outstanding works in the four divisions of Art, Entertainment, Animation, and Manga"
Country Japan
Presented by Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan
First awarded 1997
Website j-mediaarts.jp

The Japan Media Arts Festival is an annual festival held since 1997 by Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs. The festival begins with an open competition and culminates with the awarding of several prizes and an exhibition.[1][2][3]

Based on judging by a jury of artistic peers, awards are given in four categories: Art (formerly called Non-Interactive Digital Art), Entertainment (formerly called Interactive Art; including video games and websites), Animation, and Manga. Within each category, one Grand Prize, four Excellence Prizes, and (since 2002) one Encouragement Prize are awarded.

Digital Art (Non-Interactive Art) awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize
1997 (1st)[4] "Soul Blade" Opening Movie
  • Scene#97 -Generated After-
  • Daisuki Me
  • SMAP×SMAP Special Effects in the Tribute Songs
  • hana
n/a
1998 (2nd)[5] Tokitama Hustle (CG moving picture)
  • REMtv (CG moving picture)
  • Garahina (CG moving picture)
  • Silent Hill (CG moving picture)
  • Within the Cry of the Red Night (CG moving picture)
n/a
1999 (3rd)[6] The Diverting History of Mechanical Fellows (CG still picture, solid)
  • Tall Small Stories (CG moving picture)
  • Revelation Lugia (CG moving picture)
  • Tekkon Kinkreet (CG moving picture)
  • Tatsumi HIYAMA3EXHIBITION (CG still image)
n/a
2000 (4th)[7] 1 (CG moving picture)
  • Csoda Pok (wonder spider) (CG moving picture)
  • Garden of the metal (CG moving picture)
  • Avalon (movie/CG moving picture)
  • The nostalgic 21st century (CG moving picture)
n/a
2001 (5th)[8] Anjyu (CG moving picture)
  • Insanity (CG still picture)
  • After Image (CG still picture)
  • FADE into WHITE #3 (CG moving picture)
  • Beauty Kit (CG moving picture)
n/a
2002 (6th)[9] TextArc print:Alice's Adventure in Wonderland (CG still picture)
  • I AGAINST I (CG still picture)
  • Prize Re-typo “E”“A”“R”“N” (CG still picture)
  • Justice Runners(CG moving picture)
  • Mustafrog and NINJA bunny (CG moving picture)
FISHER MAN (CG moving picture)

Digital Art (Interactive Art) awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize
1997 (1st)[4] Kage n/a
1998 (2nd)[5] The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time n/a
1999 (3rd)[6] AIBO, model ERS-110 n/a
2000 (4th)[7] Dragon Warrior VII
  • Shenmue
  • Stand-up Comedy Simulation
  • Vectrial Elevation, Relational Architectecture
  • Forest of Thoughts
n/a
2001 (5th)[8] Protrude, Flow
  • Pikmin
  • Floating Eye
  • Contact Water
  • J-PHONE Sky Pavilion
n/a
2002 (6th)[9] Social Mobiles
  • CamCamtime
  • Course
  • type R
  • His Master's Voice
Youkai Yamiwarashi

Art awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize (2003–2010) / New Face Award (since 2011)
2003 (7th)[10] Digital Gadgets #6,8,9 (interactive art)
  • Panorama Ball & Zerograph -Another story of media evolution (still image)
  • three (web)
  • E-BABY (moving picture CG)
  • Venus Villosa (installation)
Tracks of Blue
2004 (8th)[11] 3 minutes2 (installation)
  • Sky Ear (interactive art)
  • GLOBAL BEARING (interactive art)
  • OÏO (visual image)
  • z reactor (visual image)
life-size (still image)
2005 (9th)[12] Khronos Projector (Interactive)
  • The Six String Sonics (interactive)
  • Spyglass (installation)
  • Gate vision (visual image)
  • Anima (visual image)
Conspiratio (interactive)
2006 (10th)[13] Imaginary・Numbers 2006 (installation)
  • ×man vibration (interactive art)
  • OLE Coordinate System (interactive art)
  • front (installation)
  • MediaFlies (installation)
Sagrada Familia Project (still image)
2007 (11th)[14] nijuman no borei (200000 phantoms) (visual image)
  • Se Mi Sei Vicino (If you are close to me) (interactive art)
  • BYU-BYU-View (interactive art)
  • "Camera Lucida: Sonochemical Observatory" (installation)
  • ISSEY MIYAKE A-POC INSIDE. (visual image)
Super Smile (visual image)
2008 (12th)[15] Oups! (installation)
  • Touched Echo (interactive)
  • Touch the Invisibles (interactive)
  • Moment-performative wandering (visual image)
  • OUTSIDE (still image)
insider||outsider (installation)
2009 (13th)[16] Growth Modeling Device (Installation)
  • Mr. Lee Experiment (Interactive)
  • Nemo Observatorium (Installation)
  • SEKILALA (Visual Image)
  • Braun Tube Jazz Band (Performance)
F - Void Sample (Installation)
2010 (14th)[17] Cycloïd-E (Sound sculpture)
  • The Tenth Sentiment
  • The EyeWriter
  • NIGHT LESS
  • The Men In Grey
Succubus
2011 (15th) plain voices, Yoshihiro Yamamoto
2012 (16th) Pendulum Choir, Cod.Act (Michel Décosterd, André Décosterd)
2013 (17th) crt mgn, Carsten Nicolai
2014 (18th) (no award)
2015 (19th) 50 Shades of Grey, Bryan Chung Wai Ching
2016 (20th) Interface I, Ralf Baecker

Entertainment awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize (2003–2010) / New Face Award (since 2011)
2003 (7th)[10] Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles atMOS: Self-Packaging Movie
2004 (8th)[11] WarioWare: Twisted! Cherry-Clouds
2005 (9th)[12] Flipbook!, Khronos Projector
  • Nintendogs
  • "Wamono" by Hifana (music video)
  • Mitsui Fudosan Shibaura Island 3LDK Image Movie
  • Vodafone Design File
Incompatible Block
2006 (10th)[13] Ōkami Amagatana
2007 (11th)[14] Wii Sports The moon princess being smelled by ~ Japanese old tales remix ~ (picture book)
2008 (12th)[15] Tenori-On (electronic musical instrument)
  • Wii Fit
  • Exhibition Transform Yourself (exhibition)
  • Carbon Footprint (visual image)
  • FONTPARK 2.0
Gyorol (web)
2009 (13th)[16] Hibi No Neiro (Tone of Everyday) Asahi Art Festival
2010 (14th)[17] IS Parade iPad magic
2011 (15th) Space Balloon Project, Tsubasa Oyagi, Kempei Baba, Takeshi Nozoe, John Powell
  • Digital Warrior Sanjigen, Kaito Nakamura
  • Hietsuki Bushi, Omodaka
  • Rhythmushi, Tsubasa Naruse
2012 (16th) Perfume "Global Site Project", Daito Manabe, Mikiko, Yasutaka Nakata, Satoshi Horii, Hiroyasu Kimura
2013 (17th) Sound of Honda / Ayrton Senna 1989, Kaoru Sugano, Sotaro Yasumochi, Yu Orai, Nadya Kirillova, Kyoko Yonezawa, Kosai Sekine, Taeji Sawai, Daito Manabe
2014 (18th) Ingress, Google's Niantic Labs (John Hanke, Founder)
2015 (19th) Best way for counting numbers, Yuichi Kishino
2016 (20th) Shin Godzilla, Hideaki Anno / Shinji Higuchi

Animation awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize/New Face Award
1997 (1st)[4] Princess Mononoke n/a
1998 (2nd)[5] Glassy Ocean n/a
1999 (3rd)[6] The Old Man and the Sea n/a
2000 (4th)[7] Blood: The Last Vampire n/a
2001 (5th)[8] Spirited Away and Millennium Actress (tie) n/a
2002 (6th)[9] Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Battle of the Warring States "The Evening Traveling"
2003 (7th)[10] Winter Days Hoshi no Ko
2004 (8th)[11] Mind Game DREAM
2005 (9th)[12] Flow seasons
2006 (10th)[13] The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
  • Bloomed Words
  • A Country Between the World
  • My Love
  • PIKA PIKA
Vladimir Bellini's La grua y la jirafa
2007 (11th)[14] Summer Days with Coo ushi-nichi
2008 (12th)[15] La Maison en petits cubes ALGOL
2009 (13th)[16] Summer Wars ANIMAL DANCE
2010 (14th)[17] The Tatami Galaxy The Wonder Hospital
2011 (15th)[18] Puella Magi Madoka Magica Rabenjunge
2012 (16th) Combustible
2013 (17th) Approved for Adoption
  • YOKOSOBOKUDESU Selection
  • Airy Me
  • While the Crow Weeps
2014 (18th) The Wound
2015 (19th)[19] Rhizome
2016 (20th) Your Name
  • Moom, Daisuke Tsutsumi / Robert Kondo
  • Have Dreamed Of You So Much, Emma Vakarelova
  • Rebellious, Arturo ‶Vonno" Ambriz / Roy Ambriz
2017 (21st) In This Corner of the World and Lu Over the Wall

Manga awards[edit]

Year Grand Prize Excellence Prizes Encouragement Prize/New Face Award
1997 (1st)[4] The Manga Classics of Japan (22 artists) n/a
1998 (2nd)[5] Sakamoto Ryōma, Hiroshi Kurogane n/a
1999 (3rd)[6] I'm Home, Kei Ishizaka n/a
2000 (4th)[7] Vagabond, Takehiko Inoue (art) and Eiji Yoshikawa (original story) n/a
2001 (5th)[8] F-shiteki nichijō, Yōji Fukuyama n/a
2002 (6th)[9] Sexy Voice and Robo, Iō Kuroda Naze Hakase wa Okotte Iru no ka, Isao Ikegaya
2003 (7th)[10] Kajimunugatai: Kaze ga kataru Okinawa-sen, Susumu Higa Junkissa Nokoribi, Tai Itō
2004 (8th)[11] Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms, Fumiyo Kōno Shōwa Nijūnen no Edekami, Shi no Hachigatsu Jūgojitsu, Watashi no Hachigatsu Jugonichi Association
2005 (9th)[12] Disappearance Diary, Hideo Azuma E-Cartoon , Yoshio Nakae
2006 (10th)[13] A Spirit of the Sun, Kaiji Kawaguchi Shiritori, Kazuko Chikuhama (story) and Kenichi Chikuhama (art)
2007 (11th)[14] Mori no Asagao, Mamora Gōda Tenken-sai, Yumiko Shirai
2008 (12th)[15] Piano no Mori, Makoto Isshiki Cartoon 2008, Masafumi Kikuchi
2009 (13th)[16] Vinland Saga, Makoto Yukimura Hesheit Aqua, Wisut Ponnimit
2010 (14th)[17] Historie, Hitoshi Iwaaki Uchino Tsumatte Doudeshou?, Shigeyuki Fukumitsu
2011(15th)[18] Saturn Apartments, Hisae Iwaoka Nakayoshi-dan no Bōken, Tsuchika Nishimura
2012 (16th) Les Cités Obscures, Benoît Peeters and François Schuiten Our "Eruption" Festival, Shinzo Keigo
2013 (17th) JoJolion, Hirohiko Araki
  • Alice to Zouroku, Tetsuya Imai
  • A Taste of Chlorine, Bastien Vivès
  • Natsuyasumi no Machi, Matida You
2014 (18th) Goshiki no Fune, Yōko Kondō (art) and Yasumi Tsuhara (original story)
  • Ai o Kurae!!, Renaissance Yoshida
  • Chi-chan wa Chotto Tarinai, Tomomi Abe
  • Dobugawa, Aoi Ikebe
2015 (19th) Kakukaku Shikajika, Akiko Higashimura
  • esoragoto, nerunodaisuki
  • Tamashii Ippai, Yuka Okuyama
  • Machida-kun no Sekai, Yuki Ando
2016 (20th) Blue Giant, Shin'ichi Ishizuka
  • Oten no Mon, Yak Haibara
  • Tsuki ni Hoeran nee, Yukiko Seike
  • Jasmin, Yui Hata

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References[edit]

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