When you think of sakura, what anime immediately comes to mind? News site Anime! Anime! polled its readers to see which anime they most associate with spring cherry blossoms. Do your top picks match theirs? Find out after the jump!
Creating the perfect romantic evening can be tough, but picking what anime to watch shouldn't be. There's no better time of the year to snuggle up with your sweetheart and watch a good romance than Valentine's day so we've made a list of series based on the answer to one simple question. Once you find out what they're in the mood for, just hit play and your evening is a sure thing. Hit the jump to find your perfect Valentine's anime!
For the upcoming opening next Thursday, the official website for the stage play adaptation of Naoshi Arakawa's romance manga Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso/Your Lie in April today posted a 15-second second CM and a two-minute PV introducing its man cast members. Check out how they play the characters after the jump!
The cast of the Your Lie in April stage production is growing steadily, with five more cast members just added. Four new character profile photos have also been released. Catch up on the latest news after the jump.
See the cast of the Your Lie in April stage play come to life for the first time! New photos show the lead cast in costume, as well as the talented musicians who will be providing live piano and violin music for the play. Hit the jump for more information!
While PULCHRA's bishoujo figures tend to be a bit on the lewd side, you probably won't say that about their new Your Lie In April Kaori Miyazono. The 1/7 scale, 21cm by Moineau features Kaori sculpted in a violin playing pose, dressed in her casual pink and white colored one-piece dress. It comes with two expression parts: regular version and eyes-closed version. Get a look after the jump.
Naoshi Arakawa's poignant manga, Your Lie in April, is being adapted into a stage play that will run in Tokyo and Osaka in the Summer season of 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
This season's anime adaptation of Chiyomaru Shikura's "paranormal science" novel Occultic;Nine has largely featured end-card illustrations by people involved with the production (with at least one VERY interesting resulting contribution), but this week's had a special guest. From A-Pictures/Aniplex cousin Your Lie In April comes a contribution by that series' original manga author, Naoshi Arakawa. Get a look after the jump.
Japanese translator Kim Morrissy explores how our favorite anime, manga, and light novels are translated into English. What is lost in translation? More importantly, what is found in translation? This week, Kim looks at the Your Lie in April dub and finds a lot to like. Hit the jump to read more!