The KyoAni Shop has updated their merchandise line up with a new 2014 calendar that features the super hot swimming anime Free! The calendar will feature newly illustrated images of the boys! See the preview image and the new calendar line-up including Chuunibyo Demo Koi Ga Shitai!, new fall anime, Kyokai No Kanata and Tamako Market after the jump!
Kyoto Animation is set to take another look at the adventures of island fortune teller Choi Mochimazzi in Japan with Tamako Market's third "Occhyoko Choi-chan" OVA, set to be packaged with the sixth Blu-ray release on August 21st. Get a look after the jump.
Remember back before KyoAni’s anime involved half-dressed guys in swimsuits? Tamako Market was still just cute girls doing cute things, only they did it with a fat, loudmouthed bird. You can now buy that bird’s face on a plate. Check out the picture, and other merch on pre-order, after the jump.
Kyoto Animation is set to take another look at the adventures of island fortune teller Choi Mochimazzi in Japan with Tamako Market's "Occhyoko Choi-chan" OVA, set to be packaged with volumes four and five of the Blu-ray releases in June and July. Get a look after the jump.
Now that the winter season is winding down, Biglobe asked voters to rank their favorite shows that warmed our hearts during the cold. Check out the results after the jump.
Remember the scene in Tamako Market when Tamako used mochi as a stress ball? KyoAni think Tamako shouldn‘t have all the fun, because they’re including a mochi relaxation ball in the first run of Blu-ray and DVD releases for Tamako Market’s first volume. Check out more after the jump.
If you're lucky enough to catch it live on Japanese TV, you may have already seen the latest episode of Kyoto Animation's cute series Tamako Market with today's episode 5, "We Spent the Night Together," but regardless, the studio has doubled down the moe hype with a preview of the heroines in their swimsuits. Get a look after the jump.
As seems to happen with Kyoto Animation series, fans of their latest, Tamako Market, are already studying, mapping and even visiting the locations referenced in the show. In this case, they're getting a taste of the rice cooking anime by making otaku pilgrimages to Kyoto. See the results after the jump.