Top 3 Best School Life Anime

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Jan 122019
 

Are you a fan of school life anime? Then you go to watch 3 anime below for sure!

1. Toradora!

Toradora! is the most famous school life anime consisting of 10 episodes. This anime was adapted by Yasu from a light novel series composed by Yuyuko Takemiya.

The story revolves around five close friends of three women and two men in their troubled relationship. Gentle, humorous details intertwined with thrilling situations. The touching moments will remind you of school time and friendship and school love. If you’re a fan of this genre, this is definitely an anime not to be missed. Because Toradora! has a deep storyline, thought-provoking character lines, and great OST as well.

2. Another

Another anime is adapted from Yukito Ayatsuji’s novel.  Another has quite a bit of bloody scenes but is not overwhelmed with disgust. Moreover, Another’s reasonable storylines and open knots at the right time to surprise you to break “How simple?”. In general, this is a bright anime in horror series which separate from anime in the same line because of its unique and good character.

In 1972, a high school student named Misaki died suddenly. Everyone in her class was shocked by this loss, so the whole group decided to consider Misaki still alive. When washing the end-of-class photo of the class, Misaki was seen in the row as if she had never died! Dozens of years later, Koichi, who is a 15-year-old boy, transferred school to a suburb and met a girl named Mei Misaki, but no one in his class admitted her presence. You might think Mei is a ghost, but things aren’t that simple.

3. Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu

Suzumiya Haruhi is a high school girl who dreams of meeting an alien or something special as she feels so bored with normal people around. With Kyon’s unintentional suggestion, Haruhi established the SOS Corps to search for mysterious phenomena. Haruhi’s initiatives always cause tragic stories for the SOS Brigade members, especially Kyon. In the end, did Haruhi find what she is always chasing for?

Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu has beautiful, sparkling images and details, as well as the pretty good OST. The main characters have their own charms and secrets, which you will gradually discover throughout this whole story. Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu will not disappoint you.

How Japanese Anime Pass Through History?

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Jan 042019
 

Japanese anime of the time of birth has a slightly simple and richly symbolic drawing

The two-minute work of painter Kouchi Junichi revolves around a silly samurai who bought a blunt blade, he has to overcome many challenges in exchange for another sophisticated sword. Did you realize the similarity of ideas of many popular anime like Bleach, Naruto, Fairy Tail … compared to your “grandfather”? Yes, these films have a plot with the main characters always undergoing many challenges to achieve what they want.

However, some studies suggest that the product is called Katsudou Shashin, which is the precursor to the later anime. The video is a picture of a sailor wearing a film title on the board. So far, no one has found the identity of the person who made this work.

The first internationally famous anime is Momotaro (Peach Boy) developed by Kitayama artist Seitaro based on folk tales. In the story, two grandparents picked up a peach in the stream. When taking home, there was a boy who came out from digging out, growing as fast as blowing and becoming a famous general in Japan.
However, Japanese animation has not become a popular form of entertainment, let alone discussing an extremely successful work of Snow White (Snow White and Seven Dwarfs) of Walt Disney tree. It was not until the 1960s that an outstanding pioneer appeared like Tezuka Osamu.
The 70s also marked manga (comics), light novels (Japanese short novels) and anime (anime) began to be received. Many manga and anime created during this time have become monuments in the otaku community’s mind. These works mostly reflect the positive thinking of Japanese people. For example, the story of cat Doraemon and the boys of the same class as Nobita is drawn by artists Fujimoto Hiroshi and Abiko Motoo (Fujiko Fujio group) meaning to encourage team spirit, friendship and effort rising above poverty of Japanese people.