Ring in the new year in Japan by watching some of the greatest anime of the last decade from Kyoto Animation and the mind of Naoko Yamada. Cinema City in Tokyo's Tachikawa City is running a marathon showing the K-ON! film, Tamako Love Story, and both seasons of the Sound! Euphonium TV anime. Hit the jump to learn more!
The Bakuon Film Festival in MOVIX Kyoto is holding its third film festival from October 1 to 6 in Kyoto. The festival is showing a collection of films where “music” is a theme of the movie hand selected by a respected film and music critic in Japan, including two Kyoto Animation films and a Satoshi Kon film. Hit the jump to see what’s on show.
From K-On! through Sound! Euphonium and on to recent films like A Silent Voice, Naoko Yamada has made a name for herself as one of the most unique and talented creators in modern anime. Today let's celebrate the anniversary of one her greatest works, the criminally underwatched Tamako Love Story!
Home video distributor Section23 Films today announced its September slate of releases; including Sentai Filmworks’ Limited Edition Premium Box Set for the fan favorite, Chihayafuru. Get the details after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks had a slate of KyoAni movie licenses to announce at this weekend's Anime Boston convention. This included Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions the Movie: Rikka Takanashi Revision, the 2013 movie released between the two seasons of anime, Tamako Love Story, the 2014 follow-up to 2013 TV anime Tamako Market and Beyond The Boundary I'll Be Here - Past and Future, the 2015 recap and follow-up to the 2014 TV anime.
Let your favorite characters from Free!, Tamako Market, and more KyoAni series help you count the days in 2017! Their shop is releasing four limited-edition poster calendars featuring art from their new series and films. Hit the jump to get yours!
Classic KyoAni cute comes to DVD on September 9th, and with a collection set to be released September 9th, Sentai Filmworks has announced their English dub cast for Tamako Market. See who's who after the jump.
Timed for Japan's National Mochi Day, a 10.10 release date has been scheduled for the DVD/Blu-ray release of Kyoto Animation's Tamako Love Story, this spring's anime movie follow-up to the 2013 Tamako Market TV series. More after the jump.
Kyoto Animation's official YouTube channel has posted a three-minute promotional video for the currently-showing film Tamako Love Story, the sequel to the 2013 TV anime Tamako Market. The film opened at 24 theaters on April 26 and ranked in a 11th in the overall Japanese weekend box office. Check the long PV after the jump.
As reported, voice actress Aya Suzaki will make her solo singer debut with "Principle," the theme song for Kyoto Animation's highly anticipated feature film Tamako Love Story. A 100-second trial listening video (music only) for the song is now online. Check the song after the jump!
The official site for Kyoto Animation's highly anticipated film Tamako Love Story announced on March 7 that Aya Suzaki, the voice actress for the protagonist character Tamako Kitashirakawa, will sing the theme song "Principle." She previously sang the OP/ED songs for the TV series as Tamako, but "Principle" will be released as her own single. More information after the jump.
Kyoto Animation has posted a new teaser for Tamako Love Story, April 2014's more romance focused anime movie follow up to Tamako Market. Get a look after the jump.
Kyoto Animation will be bringing us back to the Usagiyama Shopping District on April 26th, 2014 in a Tamako Love Story anime movie, where the "love component will be bigger in the movie as the name implies." More after the jump.