Japanese Animation Imbued with Romance and Sadness

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Dec 222018
 

Japanese animation has long conquered viewers from all over the world, not only by creativity but also by images, sound and meaningful messages in each film. If you are looking for a meaningful movie, not only for entertainment, but also for contemplating life, love, and sadness, here are 5 films from the solar country. Grows that you will not be missed.

The Garden of Words

The Garden of Words was released on May 31, 2013, directed by Shinkai Makoto. The story revolves around Akizuki Takao, a student who is going through a boring day at school and believes that “only shoes can bring me out of this place”. Then one morning in the rainy season, he skimmed off to a garden to sketch a shoe model and met a woman sitting watching the rain fall – Yukino Yukari. The next morning of the rain, they met again and gradually became close, began a love with the rain falling and then ended it with sunlight.

Tamako Love Story

A film produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Naoko Yamada, is a cute and youthful love story, which is considered the next film series of the 12-episode Tamako Market launched in early 2013. Ministry The film was created with the aim of bringing a complete ending rather than the unfinishedness that the long film brought. The plot revolves around the growing awareness and affection of two young friends from Tamako and Mochizou, especially when the two are about to graduate from high school and step away from the guise of school time to catch head worried about the future.

5 Centimeters Per Second

Another anime on the list was directed by Shinkai Makoto and CoMix Wave, which marked his name in Asian and world cinema. The story revolves around the relationship of a boy named Tono Takaki with Akari Shinohara – he has his code since he was in school in the 1990s, until now, but there is always one between them distance and often only contact each other remotely via mail or phone.

Into The Forest of Fireflies Light

Adapted from the manga of the same name by Midorikawa Yuki, directed by Takahiro Omori, the film’s main character is Hotaru, a girl who once wanders into the forest meets Gin, a monster, a god or a human. normal? It was not all, people only knew that Gin was a strange boy, when he was touched by humans, he would disappear, Gin took Hotaru out of the forest and their story began from there.