Has Anime Maintained It’s Novelty in Japan?

Japanese anime has taken the world by storm. It is currently one of the most popular entertainment genres not only in Japan but also in the US, where anime themes are extending beyond the creations themselves. Anime features are common in things like slot games and costume designs today.

New series episodes are awaited with bated breath. The genre is also fast spreading in the UK and Europe. But how is the genre performing in it’s home country- Japan?

Arguably, anime has not gained any monotony in Japan. Creators and fans s alike are as enthusiastic about it as when it was first discovered. Thousands of young school goers have anime creation on the list of their dream careers. An equally reasonable number is ditching their first-choice courses to pursue anime-related learning.

There are winding queues at sales stores in all major Japanese cities whenever a new season of anime series is released.

The adoption of technology has especially opened the field of anime creation. Japan is a known early adopter and this keeps the industry ahead in this country.

Anime, a vivid storytelling method, is also an important tool in maintaining Japanese culture. The field is filled with numerous quotes that shape real life.

Famous and Popular Anime Quotes that Depict Japanese Culture

  • You can die at any time. It is living on that takes real courage ~ Himura Kenshin
  • My family sees me as an exceptional prospect, but I don’t see why I should live up to their expectations (Depicts Japanese custom of free thinking)

Creations like One Piece, Dragon Ball, Naruto, Bleach, Slam Dunk, Rurouni Kenshin, Kochikame

Yu Yu Hakusho, HUNTER X HUNTER, and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure have received great acclaim from anime fans in the genre’s mother country. Dragon Ball and One piece have been especially popular in the last couple of years. The two give fans reason to look forward to another year of anime greatness in 2018.

With it’s roots still intact, Japanese anime can only keep growing!

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