The emotional Kyoto Animation franchise Violet Evergarden is getting its own SONGS OF TOKYO musical special on NHK World Japan this December 20, with series singers Minori Chihara and TRUE both presenting the special and performing five songs from the TV anime and two anime films. Learn more after the jump!
Following the Violet Evergarden compilation film that was shown on Japanese TV last week, last night the "Side Story" film was broadcast for the first time on TV in Japan, causing the series as a whole to once again trend worldwide at number one as well as heap even more praise from beloved game creator Hideo Kojima. Read what he said after the jump!
It has been confirmed that a special compilation of the Violet Evergarden TV anime produced by Kyoto Animation will be broadcast on Nihon Television Network's "Friday Roadshow" on October 29, 2021. The TV series' director Taichi Ishidate serves as supervisor. Hit the jump for more details including his message.
The official website for the Violet Evergarden franchise announced today that the award-winning Violet Evergarden: The Movie will get its Japanese home release on August 4 in three different editions, including in 4K and HDR–the first Kyoto Animation work to be released in the formats! Read on for more information!
After the Violet Evergarden Orchestra Concert was postponed in February due to the State of Emergency, it was revealed today that the concert will be moving from Saitama to Shibuya with an online viewing available for those who don't want to trek to Shibuya in August. Be moved by the music after the jump!
The winners of the 3rd annual Kyoto Digital Amusement Awards were revealed yesterday, with the team at Kyoto Animation behind Violet Evergarden: The Movie winning the grand prize. The Kyoto Digital Amusement awards were started in 2018 by the Kyoto prefectural government to help reward young creative talent in Kyoto prefecture. Learn more after the jump!
Young love means never having to say "I'm sorry for stabbing you with a sword made of my own blood," and this week "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" is looking back at the supernatural mayhem and romantic comedy antics of the fall 2013 light novel to TV anime adaptation, Beyond the Boundary. Hit the jump to learn more.