Looking for a damn fine cup of coffee? Try one of these ten anime cafés! Readers were polled on their favorite anime locales. Did your favorite make the cut? Find out after the jump!
A new key visual has been revealed for Hakubo ("Twilight"), an upcoming original anime theatrical film that was created with the help of crowd-funding. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new teaser trailer introduces the main characters of Hakubo ("Twilight"), an upcoming original theatrical film that is written and directed by Yutaka Yamamoto. Hit the jump to learn more.
Run Girls, Run! member Yuka Morishima is making the leap to the world of magical idols, taking a role in Kiratto Pri☆Chan! Check out her new character after the jump.
Wake Up, Girls! may be on the way to disbanding, but it's still got a few more live shows before then. Next up, the seven-member group will be taking on this summer's ANISAMA, taking the stage with fellow anison greats. Hit the jump for the latest!
The official portal site for the Wake Up, Girls! project announced today that its seven-member voice actress idol unit of the same name will end their unit activities as of March 2019. The unit was formed by the seven winners of the second Anison Vocal Audition in April 2013, and have voiced the characters in its anime series. Hit the jump for more details.
Want some new idols to raise? Wake Up, Girls! is about to launch a new smartphone game! The app will include Live2D animation, rhythm game elements, and a multiplayer mode so you can team up with fellow fans. Check out a preview after the jump!
A new stage play based on the Wake Up, Girls! is heading to the Sogetsu Foundation Sogetsu Hall venue in Minato Ward, Tokyo, Japan beginning in June of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
Avex's official YouTube channel has released short version music videos for the two theme songs for the ongoing TV anime Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody: the OP song "Slide Ride" by three-member voice actress unit Run Girls, Run! and the ED song "Suki no Skill" by seven-member Wake Up, Girls!. Watch their latest MVs after the jump!
The official Japanese website for the Wake Up, Girls! anime franchise has announced that 31-year-old voice actress Suzuko Mimori is set to voice a new character Makina X (or Machina, means "machine" in Latin) in the ongoing second main TV anime series New Chapter. She is a virtual idol who is created with a concept "Bring an Idol to Your Living Room." Hit the jump for more details.
The official Japanese website for the Wake Up, Girls! anime franchise has posted short version music videos for "7 Senses" and "Shizuku no Kanmuri" (The Crown of Drops), the OP and ED theme songs for the ongoing second main TV series Wake Up,Girls! New Chapter. Both clips were filmed in Sendai, the main location of the story. Watch the VA unit's new MVs after the jump!