Every 5 years, Japan holds a national census, giving every household in the country the chance to get their voice heard and make the country a better place to live. This year, to drive awareness for the program, Kyoto Animation's Sound! Euphonium will be advertising the census in Kyoto prefecture. Check out the poster after the jump!
Previously, the 5th-anniversary celebrations for the Sound! Euphonium anime saw a streamed festival in June but not wanting to be left out, the Senzoku Gakuen School of Music Freshman Wind Orchestra 2016 put on their own performance of the first TV anime opening theme 'DREAM SOLISTER' ... remotely! Be blown away after the jump!
Kyoto Animation deserves all the love and support that anime fans can provide, and in the first episode of the second season of Anime Academy — an educational YouTube series produced by Crunchyroll — we take a look at the history, the productions, and the work culture that makes the studio a shining beacon within the Japanese animation industry. Hit the jump to check it out.
In this edition of Anime vs. Real Life, follow Wilhelm along on his trip to the stunning real-life locations of one of the biggest anime movies in recent years, the beautiful A Silent Voice. Serene bridges, gourd-draped train stations, and bizarre art installations — see some of the most unusual anime locations to date, right after the jump!
And you thought your romantic relationship was trouble? This month Crunchyroll is celebrating the works of Kyoto Animation, and so "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" checks out the dragon-sized difficulties in love and family life in the Winter 2017 TV anime, Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid. Hit the jump to learn more.
This iconic 2011 anime from Kyoto Animation is packed with charm, quirkiness, and plenty of laughs. Hit the jump to check out some of our favorite moments from Nichijou!
Life inside the quaint town of Toyosato, Shiga prefecture, was changed when K-ON! first started airing on Japanese TV, becoming one of the most well-loved anime in the world. Ten years after the release of the second season airing, Daryl Harding takes a look at how the Kyoto Animation series helped preserve the tiny town of Toyosato.