Fall 2017 Anime: Official Twitter Hashtags & Pages
The MANGA.TOKYO staff had its share of summer. Now, all we wish is for the hot and humid weather to go away and give its place to the red and cool autumn.
Hello, MANGA.TOKYO otaku readers!
29 April marks the start of Golden Week in Japan! It is a cluster of national holidays around the end of April and the beginning of May that start with the birthday of Emperor Showa, who died back in 1989. Showa Day is now a time of pondering back to the tough Showa period and wishing the best for the future.
The term ‘Golden Week’ though was first used by film distribution companies because this week was a ‘golden’ opportunity for families and friends to visit the cinemas. That’s why many franchises like Doraemon and Detective Conan always release their yearly movies in spring.
Are you watching any movies this week? At least we know from this list that you are very interested in the live action adaptations that are scheduled to screen in Japan!
By the end of April we will also have seen the first episode from most of the new titles of Spring 2017, so don’t forget to check our impressions:
And, of course, our episodic anime reviews for the season:
But as always, we have another anime news recap for you. Here are the anime and otaku news that had the most page views this last week, 21-27 April 2017!
Which articles really piqued your interest?
Anime adaptations are coming from all mediums. We now have all the new info you need for the upcoming anime based on Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~, the popular game by Otomate! Read the article for a teaser video, visuals, and much more!
The new original anime from Hulu Japan starts in 28 April! The Relative Worlds is based on the theory of parallel universes. See the trailer in the article!
We still have a few months and two anime seasons before we will be able to see the live action adaptation of Ajin, but the production has released 30 seconds of Ajin action!
Convenience stores are part of everyday Japanese life. What if you could meet a cute boy on your way to the cereals aisle? Read all the latest info for the upcoming anime for the mixed-media project Konbini Kareshi (lit. Convenience Store Boyfriend)!
The latest Fairy Tail movie is going to be out in Japan on 6 May, but fans all around the world can wave their flags of victory: Anime movies are breaking the barriers of the island nation and this particular movie is going to be released in 16 more countries worldwide!
Director Masaaki Yuasa’s is very optimistic about his latest movie Lu Over the Wall (Yoake Tsugeru Lu no Uta) and so are international festivals like the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. The movie has been entered into the category ‘Best Feature Film.’
Do you like Kentucky Fried Chicken? Are you a fan of Yui Ogura? You can now combine two of your favorite things in these new mini-drama videos that will air on the Anime 24 channel of the internet TV station, AbemaTV!
The new anime movie of Fairy Tail is the talk of the town. To promote the new adventure of Natsu, the production of the anime will collaborate with many popular Japanese chains. First on the list is the Kyoto ramen chain Tenka Ippin.
ReLIFE is not over yet. The final curtain will close after the 4 new episodes that will come out on Blu-ray and DVD in March 2018!
Two Arata Kaizaki in the same place? Is ReLIFE on some weird promotion or something? Well, it’s a little less complicated than that, and you can read all about it in our top article for the past week. I think that most fans were excited about the featured image. They are both very cute.
You can also check our brief YouTube video (below). MANGA.TOKYO will soon be back with another weekly digest. Until then, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and bookmark MANGA.TOKYO for all the latest news in the otaku world!
Don’t forget to check our new Otaku Poll! By taking the survey, you enter an amazing anime giveaway to win Sword Art Online items, Makoto Shinkai goods, and original anime merchandise from AnimeJapan 2017:
You can also find a link to the survey below! The deadline is Sunday 30 April 2017 at 12 p.m. (JST)