Kyoto Animation is making no bones about what this year's runaway hit was: their HQ is decked out with Sound! Euphonium-themed decorations this Christmas. And their decor seems to be getting more elaborate every year. Hit the jump for a look at this year's lights, and a look back at previous years.
Let your favorite characters from Free!, Tamako Market, and more KyoAni series help you count the days in 2017! Their shop is releasing four limited-edition poster calendars featuring art from their new series and films. Hit the jump to get yours!
Magic and manzai meet in Manzai Senka, the new light novel title coming soon from KyoAni. Check out their latest trailer for the book and get more info after the jump!
It’s finally time to wrap up the anime to real life comparisons for the first season of Sound! Euphonium – in this week’s installment of Anime vs. Real Life! Including this article, it’s been a whopping 200 comparison shots, so hit the jump to get one more good look at the real life locations of Sound! Euphonium!
Anime vs. Real Life takes a look back at the real life locations of the first season of Sound! Euphonium. This week is all about one of the shows best episodes, the unforgettable episode eight, in which Kumiko and Reina hike up Mount Daikichi. Is the view from the top just as beautiful in real life, as it was in the anime? Find out after the jump!
The second season of Sound! Euphonium is almost here, so Wilhelm decided to take a look at the real life locations of the first season in this week’s edition of Anime vs. Real Life! How do the anime locations stack up to their real world counterparts? Find out after the Jump!
A new 30 second TV spot for Sound! Euphonium Season 2 is now available online. Hit the jump to check it out.
A new trailer has been released and new cast members have been added for the 2nd season of Sound! Euphonium, the TV anime adaptation based on novels by Ayano Takeda about the Kitauji High School music club. Hit the jump to learn more.
Sound! Euphonium is preparing to fire up the band with a 2nd season of the TV anime adaptation, and now the Japanese broadcast schedule for the series has been announced. Hit the jump to learn more.