Sentai Filmworks continues to keep the announcements of rescued licenses coming, this time announcing a home video release for the 2005 moe comedy TV anime, Strawberry Marshmallow. Hit the jump to learn more.
Automobile manufacturer Toyota is cashing in on Japan's obsession with anthropomorphizing absolutely everything with a new ad campaign called "Impossible Girls" which re-envisions the various parts and features of the Toyota Prius automobile as moe anime girls. Hit the jump to learn more.
The latest incarnation of the "Ultra Kaiju Personification Project", an attempt to transform the iconic monsters of Tsuburaya Productions' Ultraman tokusatsu TV series into adorable anime girls, is a moe gag manga by Shun Kazakami. Hit the jump to learn more.
Continuing in Japan's quest to transform everything imaginable into a moe anime girl character, a new project entitled "RiCes" personifies 3 strains of rice grown in Yamagata Prefecture as an idol trio. Hit the jump to learn more.
Shoeisha, a Japanese publisher specializing in education computer books, is using the crowd-funding site Makuake to raise revenue for the IT Anthropomorphic Project, which seeks to personify aspects of information technology as moe anime girls. Hit the jump to learn more.
Yamagata-based company Rices has announced that it will release three Yamagata-rice brands with a package featuring its original moe idol unit "※RiCes" (pronounced as li-ce-su), consisting of Tuyahime Uzen, Haenuki Shonai, and Hitomebore Miyagi, on November 12. Hit the jump for more details.
Let's say you're new to the anime fandom. Or maybe you're not. Either way, you've been hearing these wild rumors about a girl called Moe who's been rampaging her way through Animeland with a vegenance. And, despite her seemingly unstoppable charge the people love her! It's like the rapture...or something. Hit the jump to learn moe!
As reported, Japan Self Defense Force's Ibaraki provincial cooperation office has been well known for its three moe mascot girls, Koume (Army), Nobara (Navy), and Hibari (Air Force). The office has posted a 2015 version of its recruitment poster featuring them. Check the latest illustration after the jump.
Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau has posted two new anime CMs featuring its city subway's three mascot girls: Moe Uzumasa, Saki Matsuga, and Misa Ono. They are voiced by the three winners of the voice actress contest held at the Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair 2014. Check the latest clips after the jump.
Sega has announced a new rhythm game coming in Winter 2015 for the PS Vita that features characters from 10 (count `em, 10!) moe anime series, including Yuru Yuri, Wake Up, Girls!, and No-Rin. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tokyo-based company S-Drive has launched a new regional revitalization project for Katsushika Ward in Tokyo, named Katsushika Heroine Collection, KatsuColle for short, featuring moe bishoujo characters designed and named after the stations and areas in the ward. Check the KatsuColle girls after the jump.
Following the last one for the Nijo Castle last October, Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau has revealed a new promotional poster featuring its city subway's three mascot girls: Moe, Saki, and Misa. This time the girls are collaborating with Yumi Karasuma, the mascot girl of Kyoto International Manga Museum. Check the poster after the jump!