Through intricate crafts, A Silent Voice is a complex film that challenges viewers to tread difficult and unsettling questions that does not lend themselves to easy answers.
By eschewing the definite organized structure of grand narrative, the story and characters of My Neighbor Totoro are free to breeze to unexpected and magical realms of rich emotions and memories.
Serious yet lighthearted, Sakura Quest tells of Yoshino Koharu's lofty “quest” to revitalize Manoyama Town tourism while earning a living.
Demi-chan manages to treat the moe elements of its characters with care and respect into something meaningful and emotionally effective.
More collaboration means Ordinal Scale's Kirito is not so prowess like in SAO and GGO world.
A comedy of errors in another world as a reborn ex-chuunibyou deals with the antics of a reborn demon general with plenty of misunderstandings in Tilea no Nayamigoto
Filled with funny daily life scenes of a school club, GJ-bu illustrates the beauty of slice of life genre.
In Funo wo Amu/The Great Passage, find out how difficult it is to create a dictionary: things that tend to be forgotten, but is indeed important in life.
Izetta, the Last Witch highlighted how modern warfare had been existing within the context of media environment, making propaganda an inseparable part of it.
Watching this series will remind you of the efforts of those behind the creation of a dictionary. Take a look on the first impression of Fune wo Amu.
91 Days delivers a worthwile mafia tale despite its shortcomings on details.
Set on a journey "to the end of the world," Tabi ni Deyou will bring you to question more about the meaning of life.
Through a combination of limited animation and sound direction, Tabi Machi Late Show reminds that storytelling is not only about how to tell a story, but also how that story supposed to feel.
This basic Pocket Miku takes it easy for newcomers while fully functional as MIDI device in a budget.
How do the Japanese see muslims, especially Indonesian muslims? Through this book, Hisanori Kato offers his answer.
Following Kekkaishi, another manga from Yellow Tanabe has now been available in Indonesia: Birdmen. How is it like?