Four selections include the new winter anime ‘ The Heike Story,’ ‘Akebi’s Sailor Clothes,’ and ‘The Orbital Children.’

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According to the editorial department, there are 51 cool winter animations in January 2022, including distribution-only works (according to the editorial department). After watching the early stages of almost all the works, we will introduce four works recommended by the anime hack editorial department.

Attention staff animates the classic “The Tale of the Heike” Also, pay attention to the good performances of famous voice actors.

Featured work in which director Naoko Yamada of “K-ON!” And “A Silent Voice” and Science SARU challenge the animation of the classic “The Tale of the Heike” (translated by Hideo Furukawa). Fumiko Takano, a manga artist, known for “Dmitry Tomokinsu,” is working on the original character design.

The highlight of this work is the elaborate painting of flat characters, which depicts the turbulent times when the prosperous Heike clan is dying through the Biwa Hoshi girl Biwa, who has eyes to see the future. The rich play by the famous voice actors of the talented group is also fantastic, including Aoi Yuki, who plays the role of Biwa, Tetsuaki Genda, Takahiro Sakurai, Saori Hayami, Shigeru Chiba, Kikuko Inoue, Miyu Irino, Yumiko Kobayashi, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Natsuki Hanae, Murase. Many casts are appearing in Ayumu.

It is set in almost the same era as NHK’s taiga drama “The 13 Lords of the Kamakuraden”. There are characters familiar to both works, such as Taira no Kiyomori, so you can feel various ways of drawing history if you look at them together.

“Tomorrow’s sailor clothes” depicts the youthful days of junior high school girls with a depiction of fetishism.

A youth story directed by CloverWorks and Miyuki Kuroki is based on Hiroshi’s manga, which is serializing in “Nearby Young Jump.” Set in a prestigious girls’ junior high school in the countryside, girls’ school life around tomorrow’s alley, known as “Akebi-chan,” is depicted freshly.

While carefully scooping up the casual gestures of the innocent tomorrow, it is a masterpiece that the days of their youth are vividly cut out with sometimes destructive fetishism depictions. Manatsu Murakami, who will play the role of Yuki Mitsuya in “Odd Taxi” and will be the first starring TV anime, will play tomorrow’s role.

Sci-fi suspense from China with the participation of Makoto Shinkai’s work staff “Link Click-“

A Chinese animation directed and written by Li Haoling of the Japanese-Chinese collaboration theater animation “Shiki Ori” (2018) in which CoMix Wave Film participated, and a character design draft by popular Korean illustrator INPLICK. It is also a topic that the regular staff of Makoto Shinkai’s work participates in. The art director is Takumi Tanji of “Your Name.” The music is Tenmon of “5 centimeters per second”.

The activity of the male duo who “dive” and carry out the mission is drawn in the photo entrusted by the client in one episode, and the rule that the past must not be modified during the dive is broken. It gradually becomes a big story—Will move. In the Japanese version, Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Takahiro Sakurai, Aoi Koga, and others are in charge of dubbing, and you can enjoy it with almost the same feeling as Japanese animation. The stylish Japanese version of the opening is also a must-see.

Director Mitsuo Iso of ” Denno Coil, ” a new space image, “The Orbital Children,” was drawn by director Mitsuo Iso of “Denno Coil.”

An original series was released by director Mitsuo Iso, who worked on “Denno Coil” for the first time in 15 years. All six episodes have been distributed on Netflix since January 28, and the first part of the theatrical screening version is also being screened at ten theaters nationwide.

Set in 2045, when everyone can go to space. Children born on the moon and traveling from Earth to space will face an accident at the Japanese private space station “Anshin.”

I saw it in an online preview before distribution and screening. I enjoyed the new space image unique to Director Iso while keeping the fantasy and humor that was a big attraction in “Denno Coil.” If you are near the screening theater, you should use the screen, and if you have difficulty, I would like to say that there is no loss in joining Netflix for this reason. We are posting an interview with Kenichi Yoshida, who was in charge of character design with director Iso on and anime hack, so please take a look.

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