Japan’s longest-lived cartoon “Miss Conch” suspended: World record

Overseas outbreak situation still can not see the “end point”, some reflective arc short industry has been called bitter, and those reflecting the arc length of the field is gradually eating. According tomedia reports, Fuji TV said that the outbreak accidentally caused animation difficulties, with Japan’s “first longevity” television cartoon called “Miss Conch” next week will press the play pause button. It was the first time the show had been suspended since its release in February 1975, and the rerun was unknown, replaced by a replay of past episodes such as “The Couple With The Heart.”

In 2013, Miss Conch was certified by guinness world records as “the longest-running TV cartoon,” according to the data.

As a well-known Japanese cartoon, “Miss Conch” original four-grain comics by the Japanese female comic scaron parent Shiki Kawakawa published in 1946, has been adapted into animation, live drama, stage play and other derivative works.