Valentine's Day is the perfect time for a variety of candy and romance. Whether you have someone to celebrate the holiday with or not, there's no better time to sit down and watch a good anime revolving around love. After taking this quiz, you'll know the perfect show for you! Which romance will you get? Hit the jump to find out!
“Anime vs. Real Life” celebrates its two year anniversary today! This means that it’s high time to take a look back at the most spectacular, interesting, and simply beautiful real-world locations that anime have introduced us to over the past two years. Check out real-world locations from Flying Witch to Izetta: The Last Witch, all after the jump!
Creating the perfect romantic evening can be tough, but picking what anime to watch shouldn't be. There's no better time of the year to snuggle up with your sweetheart and watch a good romance than Valentine's day so we've made a list of series based on the answer to one simple question. Once you find out what they're in the mood for, just hit play and your evening is a sure thing. Hit the jump to find your perfect Valentine's anime!
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!
Recovery of an MMO Junkie is nearing its conclusion, but it's not the end of the world! While there aren't any anime quite like MMO Junkie's novel romance, there are plenty that have just as much to offer. Whether you were attracted to the goofy lovebirds Moriko and Sakurai, the interaction of gaming and real-life, or Moriko's struggles with modern society, we've got plenty of recommendations! Hit the jump to find your next favorite anime!
In this week’s Anime vs. Real Life, Wilhelm takes another look at Tsukigakirei’s charming real-world setting, Kawagoe. Find out more about last episode’s beautiful Wind Chime Festival, and see how well the anime's locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!
Tsukigakirei is a departure from the usual classroom romance, swapping out over-the-top storytelling for characters who are still learning what love means to them. It shows us a relationship built of persistence and incremental progress in the face of adolescent awkwardness and mutual anxiety.
Romance stories are often defined by their big, cathartic moments, but in Tsukigakirei, much of the drama comes from the spaces in between. Today on Why It Works, we'll explore how Tsukigakirei defines its world, and the navigations of space that make its characters feel so real.
What had us talking in the Crunchyroll news room? And did they turn out as expected? This week, we're looking at the beginnings of two shows that had us curious ever since the initial announcements. From middle school romance to really, really long titles, we're covering what makes you keep coming back after the beginning. Hit the jump to read on!
Continuing this week's rollout of Spring 2017 SimulDub series, Funimation has announced the cast for the Tsukigakirei and Tsugumomo anime. See who's who after the jump.
It’s finally time for Tsukigakirei’s class trip episode to Kyoto, meaning not only some major romantic development between our two protagonists, but also a lot of new and interesting real-world locations for Wilhelm to explore. See how the anime's locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!
Cherry blossom petals are flying through the air again, marking the start of the spring anime season, which also means new anime locations to explore for Wilhelm. First up is the charming romance anime, Tsukigakirei. See how the anime's locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, and find out a bit about the hidden meaning of the show’s title, right after the jump!
The latest addition to Crunchyroll's spring 2017 anime lineup is Tsukigakirei, an original series from anime studio feel. (So I Can't Play H, Outbreak Company), director Seiji Kishi (Assassination Classroom, Humanity Has Declined), and writer Yuuko Kakihara (Orange, Digimon Adventure tri.). Read on for details.