The Japanese Government confirmed on August 22 that all the money donated to Kyoto Animation will be treated as if the money is being donated to local governments for “disaster relief.” Read more about how it works after the jump.
Kyoto Animation has released a post on their website announcing that they will be taking down the memorial set up in front of Studio 1, thanking fans for all their support after the attack on the studio a month ago. Read on for more information.
“Evangelion” anime studio, Khara, have announced that they will be switching to the free, open-source, 3DCG program Blender for future productions after Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 wraps up. Hit the jump to learn more about the move.
Kyoto Animation have announced some of their plans for their upcoming Enjoy! The World Of Kyoani And Do event after the attack on the studio on July 18. They’ve also announced the suspension of the 11th Kyoto Animation Awards. Read on for more information.
In the aftermath of the July 18 arson attack on Kyoto Animation, people and companies throughout the anime industry and beyond have shown enormous generosity and compassion. The latest donation comes from video game developer and KyoAni creative partner Key, so read on for details.
Three weeks on from the devastating attack at Kyoto Animation, the tragedy is still being felt all over Japan, with people opening up their hearts to the animation company that was beloved worldwide. One employee who was in Studio 1 had spoken out about his experience and 50,000 cranes are delivered to the studio. Read on for more.
Kyoto Prefectural Police, in a statement to Japanese media, have released the names of 10 of the 35 victims of the devastating attack on Kyoto Animation on July 18. Find out more after the jump.
In the weeks since the tragic arson attack that devastated Kyoto Animation and the industry as a whole, the one shining light has been in the form of all the support from around the world. In addition to direct donations and hugely successful crowdfunding campaigns, the latest gesture comes from Japanese rock legend YOSHIKI. Read on for more.
The Japanese government is considering support for Kyoto Animation and the victims of the July 18 attack. The president of Kyoto Animation posts a heartfelt statement on the website. The server from Studio 1 is "fully recoverable", says the lawyer for the studio. You can read all about this and more after the jump.
Staff from Kyoto Animation's Studio 1 return to work and a new method of donating to reconstruction efforts for the studio are now available. Read on for more details.
Kyoto Animation's lawyer tweets out a statement claifing reports about material lost in last weeks attack. Also, Violet Evergarden side-story to still have its world premiere in Germany. Read on for more.
Kyoto Animation has released a statement on their website with details on how to donate directly to the studio, both domestically within Japan and internationally. Read on for more.
While nothing could possibly make this any easier on surviving co-workers, friends, and family members, Kyoto Animation president Hideaki Hatta says the worldwide messages they've received have become their "emotional support." Read on for more.