Potential of Anime for Marketing

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May 192019
 

In Japan, there has been a significant increase in the number of customers who choose to use Anime cartoons in their corporate brand TV advertising campaigns. Currently, anime animation used for media campaigns is becoming more popular in Japan because it is particularly attractive for young demographic segments (10 – 29 years old). In this article, how Japan’s leading anime industry can be exploited to create powerful Marketing solutions will be revealed.

Not only in Japan but anime is also popular all over the world For young people in Japan, Anime is a very familiar part of their daily lives. According to the most recent study by Dentsu, 64,3% of customers in the group of 20- to 29-year-olds say they are interested in Anime, while the corresponding numbers of people aged 15-19 are 72, 4%.

Anime’s effects are not limited to young people in Japan. In recent years, Japanese anime cartoons have achieved great success in the global market. The popularity of overseas Japanese animation is at the highest level of all time. For example, according to the most recent study in 20 countries and territories outside Japan, of the 6,600 respondents, 34% said Anime and Manga were their favorite things in Japan.

However, although Japanese Anime is popular, the number of businesses using Anime for Marketing campaigns in foreign markets is still quite modest. In particular, for marketing managers who are aware of the challenges associated with developing customer bases in young demographic segments, it is probably worth considering the use of Anime. When considering a vision in the future, Anime has the ability to attract more and more of the general audience, potential Anime to become a Marketing solution.

In addition, compared to Anime and anime series TV shows, 3 minutes is not too long, viewers can watch the three-minute animation many times if they want and share it on media platforms society. For social media users with friends who share content like that, it’s easy for them to watch the Anime for only 3 minutes.

5 great Japanese sports anime series you should not miss

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May 032019
 

Japanese sports anime always gives viewers the emotions from happy, sad, happy, happy to break, disappointed and angry. Besides football, here are 5 super cool movies in this genre that you can’t ignore.

1. Kuroko no Basket (Kuroko’s Basketball)
Kuroko Tetsuya is a basketball player “below average” because he has no height, agility, endurance and strength that a good basketball player needs but he possesses a basketball game same inspirational.

Seijuro Akashi discovered Kuroko’s ability and used him to create a “distraction” tactic for his team. Therefore, Kuroko becomes the 6th player or specter of “Generation of Miracles”. But Kuroko’s passionate pursuit of basketball started only really when he joined Seirin High, meeting Taiga Kagami and battling his former teammates.

2. Haikyuu!
The film tells the story of young boy Shouyou Hinata with passion for volleyball. Shouyou decided to revive the middle school volleyball club after watching “Little Giants” volleyball match but unfortunately his team lost to Tobio Kageyama. This didn’t make Shouyou lose his will, he tried hard to practice. When he reached high school, he joined another volleyball club and met his old rival Tobio Kageyama …

3. Prince of Tennis
The story begins when tennis prodigy Echizen Ryouma becomes a member of the middle school and high school Seishin Gakuen tennis team. In this place, he faced many new contenders that were formidable …

4. Yowamushi Pedal
The film is about a shy otaku obsessed with anime but a talent of cycling called Onoda Sakamichi. He plans to form an anime club but fails. In one incident, he met the racing club of the school and his brothers in the “Sohoku High Bicycle Club” that dragged him into their club …

5. Eyeshield 21
The main character Sena Kobayakawa is a weak little student, often a target of bullying in school. After passing the transfer exam and being admitted to Deimon High School, Sena was bullied again and made a mistake for the trio: Kazuki Jumonji, Koji Kuroki, and Shozo Togano. Later, Yoichi Hiruma – the captain of Deimon’s sex oil team, discovered that Sena could run so fast that he made him go to the team …

Excellent films of Pixar animation studio

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Apr 202019
 

Known as the witch of emotions, Pixar created real masterpieces for children’s films, but adults couldn’t help but enjoy it.

It’s not like that with Movie Up (2009) and Toy Story 3 (2010) Pixar has made a mark in history when it became 2 of 3 animated films nominated in the best film category.

It also proved that the billion-dollar deal Disney bought Pixar did not limit the creativity of the studio’s talented people, on the contrary, with Disney’s plentiful budget, Pixar became even easier in the creation of top works.

1. The Incredibles (2004)

The modern world is full of superhero movies from Marvel to DC, but Pixar in 2004 created one of the best superhero movies on the big screen.

Although it is only an animation, and for children, The Incredibles is always the ideal role model for every hero movie to follow.
This is a film with a tight story, the character is clearly and subtly introduced, in which a superman family tries to balance the normal life with the meaning of consecration.

The Incredibles do not abuse action, everything is really meticulously calculated so that in 2 hours, the story is complete from the character, the engine and the way the main characters gather to defeat the evil Hate to destroy the earth.

The world will remember the superman family, but when the last part of the movie was recently released with a short introduction, it immediately reached a record number of viewers.

The Incredibles is indeed an excellent film, but it is hard to have any closed superhero movie, maybe for a long time.

2. Inside Out (2015)

From fish, mice, to toys that are personified and donated to emotions, but to Inside Out, Pixar brings one of the most unique movies in history, transforming human emotional states into people. objects with their full personality.
The good thing about Pixar is that the film’s directors always develop stories based on their own experiences with their families.

So is Inside Out, director Docter has an idea for the film based on his attention when his daughter grows up.

Her physiological changes helped Docter come up with a great story about the meaning of sadness in everyday life.

Sometimes we hate sadness because it makes us tired, makes our tears run down and makes us feel exhausted. But we do not realize that, thanks to sadness, joy is valuable.

Inside Out is Little Joy’s journey with the help of the little girl Sad who helps her master understand the meaning of the family and can cope with the sadness that is always filled in everyone’s life.

Inside Out easily takes anyone’s tears, because Inside Out is indeed a beautiful work of art for people.

3. Toy Story (1995)

As the world’s first computer-animated film, also Pixar’s first film, Toy Story is the first step to conquer the world with sensitivity in choosing topics, turning things close. Best into cartoon characters, giving them personality and from them, Pixar builds a humanistic worldview that fosters childish minds.
Toy Story is not simply a pioneer, it is also a model for how a movie can become a masterpiece.

It is rich in emotion, both happy and sad, is a child film that touches the depths of human nature as a factor of being forgotten, afraid of being replaced, but here the two main characters are two items The toy wants to win the little master’s affection.

The film is sad, but in sadness is a naive, innocent smile that is very young, so it has a very special depth that makes the audience of children passionate, and the adult audience, will question their conscience I have no more toys for my childhood.

Characteristics of Japanese Dramas

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Apr 032019
 

Japanese dramas always have their own characteristics that make audiences easy to remember and identify.

Describe many characters

Compared to Korean or Taiwanese dramas, Japanese dramas tend to portray more characters. Japanese films often have large actors and often appear between 3 and 4 central characters. Besides, supporting characters are also very important and they are often mentioned quite a lot in the episodes.

The system of supporting characters in Japanese films all has different roles. In each scene and every situation, they are the ones who influence the main character. One audience shared that Japanese films sometimes have up to 6 central characters. For example, in Love Shuffle and Sunao ni Narenakute, inner scenes depicting characters are divided equally among all 6 people.

Seasonal drama

This is a unique feature of Japanese drama. In general, Japanese television programs are divided into 4 parts equivalent to 4 seasons: January to March (winter), from April to June (spring), July to September (summer ), and October to December (fall). During the cold weather months, when people spend more time at home and watch more TV, the TV station will be especially interested in the TV series that will be broadcast. Usually, it will be a movie with famous casts.

Pay attention to friendship

Japanese movies have a variety of genres such as detective, health, horror, romance, murder mystery and more. However, the common feature of most Japanese films is often to mention friendship. In Japanese films, friendship often takes the place of romantic love elements in stories. Many Japanese films describe friendship as a very important part of life. It is stronger than the romantic love factor. The most important relationship in the film is also friendship.

Japanese films often go in the direction of depicting the dark corners inside people’s hearts quite a lot. Besides, Japan also has a lot of romantic romance films from shoujo (comic for girls) and shounen (Comics for men) based on special characters.

Tadatoshi Fujimaki: Author of Kuroko No Basket

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Mar 052019
 

Kuroko No Basket is the most popular sports manga in Japan. When adapted into an anime, it once again created a big craze in Japan in particular and throughout Asia in general. Kuroko No Basket’s author is Tadatoshi Fujimaki. Let’s find out more information about this artist!

The anime version is produced by Production I.G. The film was broadcasted on April 7, 2012 and ended Season 1 on September 22, 2012, with 25 episodes. After the end of season 1, the producer plans to continue broadcasting season 2 in 2013. Information from Shounen Jump newspaper reported that Kuroko no Basket season 3 was in March 2015. Anime has also been released DVD and Blu-ray format.

1. Tadatoshi Fujimaki used to be a basketball player

Kuroko No Basket is based on what Tadatoshi Fujimaki used to experience when playing basketball from secondary school. Therefore, he can understand the terminology and movements in this sport. He gave the character Kagami Taiga the use of shoes and a headband based on Michale Jordan’s model in real life.

2. He dropped out of school to pursue his dream

When Tadatoshi Fujimaki was young, he made money by drawing Dragon Ball and Slam Dunk at the request of his friends. Then he won the grand prize in a drawing contest with ¥50,000. It is a great motivation for this artist to pursue his dream boldly. And when Tadatoshi Fujimaki was in college, he decided to drop out to join Shueisha Publishing. It was this choice that changed his life forever to become a young artist with a huge turnover.

3. He used to be threatened by an overstated fan

Tadatoshi Fujimaki was once sent anonymous letters by an overstated reader. He threatened him not to draw Kuroko No Basket manga anymore. The incident was even more serious when he sent a letter of intimidation and terror to the secondary school that Tadatoshi Fujimaki once studied.

Because of this incident, he could not participate in many events with fans. However, accepting a life-threatening threat, he still tried to complete the ending of Kuroko No Basket manga. Fortunately, the perpetrator was arrested by the police.