If you're curious about what a mostly female audience of Japanese fans look for in their favorite anime, then look no further, because a recent reader survey by Model Press, a fashion and life-style website that aims at an audience of Japanese women between the ages of 18 - 45, asked nearly 1300 fans which anime series they'd must like to see re-broadcast on Japanese television. Hit the jump to check out the Top 20 results.
Studio Ghibli is known for animating some scrumptious-looking scenes of home-cooked meals, and recently a poll conducted on Simeji - an emoji-focused social media app run by Baidu Japan Inc. - asked teenage girls in Japan to vote on the Studio Ghibli meals that they'd most like to eat. Hit the jump to see the Top 10 results.
Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump manga magazine is aimed at young boys, but it also has a large female readership, and within its pages theres no shortage of handsome dudes for everyone to enjoy. A recent poll on goo ranking asked readers to pick their favorite "most beautiful" male characters, and the top 10 results may surprise you. Hit the jump to learn more.
To coincide with the theatrical release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the Rankingoo! website polled some 9,904 Godzilla fans from ages 10 - 60 about their favorite Godzilla films of the Heisei Era (1989 - 2019), and the results may surprise you. Hit the jump to check out the Top 10 results.
In December of 2018, an online survey on Japanese website goo ranking asked fans for the top manga that they'd like to see adapted into anime, and some 3240 fans weighed in. Now the results have been revealed, so hit the jump to check out the "Top 10 Manga They'd Like to See Animated" according to a sampling of Japanese fans.
In the three and half hour live program on Saturday night, Japan's national public broadcasting station NHK revealed the results of the online poll "All Gundam Big Voting 40th" in four categories: Series, Characters, Mobile Suits (mechas), and Songs. Check out Japanese fans' picks from Sunrise's long-running Gundam franchise with 40-year history after the jump.
As reported, NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting station has been conducting an online poll titled "All Gundam Big Voting 40th" since March 2. Its interim results for three categories (characters, mobile suits, and songs) were revealed in the special one-hour program "Rekishi Hiwa: Gundam Historia" aired in Japan last night. See the latest results after the jump.
Which anime girls deserve a special prayer this Hinamatsuri? Japanese fans picked their top ten best girls for Girls' Day. How do they match up to your faves? Find out after the jump!
NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting station launched an online poll project titled "All Gundam Big Voting 40th" for the fans of Sunrise's long-running Mobile Suit Gundam franchise to vote for their favorite series, characters, mobile suits, and songs. The franchise started with its first TV series in 1979 and celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Hit the jump for more details.
In Japan, December 21 is "Long-Distance Love Day" -- and to celebrate, fans chimed in with their favorite anime couples separated by space, time, and other inconveniences. But don't assume the winner is a foregone conclusion. Hit the jump to see the top ten!
Who's anime's best Big Sister character? Nico Nico took it upon themselves to answer that question -- and we've got their top ten results! Is your favorite Onee-sama in the group? Hit the jump to find out!
Anime fans in Japan have chosen their favorite kanji of 2017 -- and given this year's popular anime, it's not all that surprising! Does Japan's taste in anime for the year align with yours? Find out after the jump!
In July of 2017, more than 4000 anime fans cast their votes on gOO ranking in a poll to determine the Top 10 "Kamase-inu" ("Muzzled Dog") Anime Characters from a pool of some 50 characters who look and act tough but who routinely find themselves sorely outmatched when it comes to fighting, and now the results are in. Hit the jump to see who can talk the talk, but can't walk the walk.