What is the number 1 anime movie in Japan?

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train
Highest-grossing anime films in Japan

Rank Title Japan gross (¥ billion)
1 Demon Slayer: Mugen Train 40.32
2 Spirited Away 31.68
3 Your Name 25.03
4 Princess Mononoke 20.18

What is the saddest Japanese anime movie?

11 Sad Anime Movies to Watch at Home

  • Ookami kodomo no Ame to Yuki (Wolf Children) – 2012.
  • Hotaru no Haka (Grave of the Fireflies) – 1988.
  • Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (Your Lie in April) – 2016.
  • Clannad: After Story – 2009.
  • Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased) – 2016.
  • Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (Spirited Away) – 2001.

What is that really sad anime?

Clannad is the anime adaptation of Key’s visual novel of the same name. It’s probably the most well-known sad anime out there.

What makes violent anime such a good story?

Amidst the fighting and arguing when it comes to protecting the world, as well as the blood, it never loses its original message. This is especially impressive in violent anime. Vibrant and colorful characters also help set the stage for a great story.

What makes an anime series a good series?

Some of the qualifying factors taken into consideration for a series being deemed great are, entertainment value, popularity, lasting appeal, quality of writing, originality and significance to the medium of anime. I didn’t take just one factor into consideration.

Can you list all anime series on IMDb?

An anime can only be considered for this list upon being completed, if you want a list of good ongoing anime please go somewhere else. You will need to research some series on anime review sites as IMDb has limited information on anime. I have watched all of these to completion and can confirm they are certainly worthwhile viewing.

Who are the main characters in the anime?

With the exception of the main characters and their families, it is rare for a character to carry over to a later chapter, providing the series with a very episodic nature. The detective Leon Orcot is used to tie the chapters together into an ongoing plot, usually in the form of a subplot within each chapter.