Film anime Kimi no Na wa. by Makoto Shinkai was using several real life locations for its background which make those places became really popular right now and turned out to be a must-visit places for anime fans. Good news for you! Anime Tourism Association that based in Tokyo with the help of and authorized by
After achieving several awesome feat some time ago, film anime Kimi no Na wa (Your Name.) is now reportedly has become the highest grossing anime film of all time. The Makoto Shinkai’s film has earned 33,93 billion yen in the international box office so far, beating Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away that gained 32,96 billion yen.
After conquering the top position of box office in Taiwan some time ago, now film anime Kimi no Na wa was reportedly also sitting at the top position of box office in Thailand and Hong Kong. The film managed to gain 22.996.714 baht (approximately US$ 649.056) after four days of screening in Thailand since November
For the first time, Makoto Shinkai’s Kimi no Na wa released its English-dubbed trailer and changed its title into Your Name. This is the first step of the film distribution for the Western countries and English native speakers who prefer to watch it in English dubbed. Film anime Your Name will be screened in UK and
Your name. (Kimi no Na wa.) anime film continues to thrive. The latest info from Cinema Ranking News for period between November 12 to 13 still puts Makoto Shinkai’s work as the number one film in Japan. This is the twelfth week of Shinkai’s film topped in the cinema. Until early November, the film has
Apparently the great success of Makoto Shinkai’s latest work Your Name. (Kimi no Na wa.) makes the anime comes to Malaysia to greet fans. Purple Plan, a Southeast Asian distributor announced that will bring the anime to Malaysia and it will debut on November 8, 2016. In addition, Purple Plan will also bring the anime
Makoto Shinkai’s your name. (Kimi no Na wa.) has gained 15,414,488,300 yen (approximately US $ 148 million), after 52 days in theaters in Japan. This film has sold 11,842,864 tickets. Last Saturday, the film also won the Best Animated Feature Film at the annual event of the 49th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival in Spain.
An anime popularity not only affects to the merchandise, artbook or seiyuu, but also to places that become the background of the story. A popularity of film anime Kimi no Na wa by Makoto Shinkai also impacted on places that are used as inspiration for the background story. Now the city of Hida in Japan has