‘Amagami SS,’ ‘Higurashi When They Cry,’ ‘White Sand Aquatope,’ etc., were added to the 2022 edition of ‘Japanese Anime Sanctuary 88’.

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“Japanese Anime Sanctuary 88 I Want to Visit” by the “Anime Tourism Association” aims to utilize anime’s land as a tourism resource. The 2022 edition of the recital was held on the 15th, and the newly certified areas were announced.

“Japanese Anime Sanctuary 88 I Want to Visit” was voted by domestic and foreign anime fans (40,000 votes this year from late June to the end of November 2021) and is based on top-ranked works. It was selected based on the survey results and finally decided by the association’s board of directors.

Newly elected are “People who know the blueness of the sky” (Chichibu City, Saitama Prefecture), “Goodbye My Clammer” (Warabi City, Saitama Prefecture), “Amagami SS” series (Choshi City, Chiba Prefecture),” “Siguru Drive of the Battle Wings” (Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture), “Love Live! Nijigasaki Gakuen School Idol Club ”(Minato-ku, Tokyo / Koto-ku),“ Love Live! “Superstar !!” (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Kozushima-mura), “Dropout Idol Fruit Tart” (Koganei-shi, Tokyo).

“Super Cub” (Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture), “Let’s Make a Mug Cup” series (Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture), “Higurashi When They Cry” (Shirakawa Village, Gifu Prefecture), “Uzaki-chan Wants to Play! (Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture, Misasa Town), “Ryu to Soba Kasumi no Hime” (Ochi Town, Kochi Prefecture), “After School Diary” (Ashikita Town, Kumamoto Prefecture), “Asteroid in Love” (Ishigaki City, Okinawa Prefecture), “White Sand Aquatop” (Misasa City, Okinawa Prefecture).

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