Japanese Animation / 001,日本のアニメ/ 一

Recently, I was introduced to Hayao Miazaki’s “Panda! Go Panda!” (1972) I haven’t seen the film but I want to watch it. The story features around a Father and son pair of Pandas. Who escape from the zoo and have a crazy adventure with a Tiger. I’m going to watch it soon! Eyeball the trailer below.

最近、僕は宮崎さんの『パンダコパンだ』のアニメを紹介しました。映画は見たことないけど見たいです。ストーリーはパンダのパパと息子さんのピントに的を絞ります。このパンダは動物園に逃げて虎とクレージーな冒険をします。私はすぐに見えましょう! 皆も見るね。

Secondly last year I watched two Japanese Anime films. The first recently became the most successful of all time, kimi no nawa (your name)is a story of gender swapping, the trials and tribulations of emotional life, and a meteor. The characters are Mitsuha and Taki. They transport the viewer into beautiful drawn moving pictures of Tokyo and Itomori in the Hida region of Japan. Watch this for a great depiction of Japanese culture, and a fine example of a uniquely Japanese style of animating. My favourite part is when Mitsuha first swaps bodies with Taki, and she has to use the correct male word. The painterly images of Tokyo are very realistic, the animators did a good job.

二回目、去年2つのアニメ映画を見ました。最近、一回目のアニメは一番成功を成った、『君の名は』のストーリーは性をスイッチする、多感な人生の艱難苦労、そして流星です。アニメキャラクターはみつはさんとたきさんです。この人は日本で東京とひだの糸森町の美しい動画を中にビューアーに運びます。凄い日本の文化は店出する、そして、本当に良いな日本のアニメーションの作り方あります。一番好きな部分はみつはちゃんがタキくんと体を一回目移すけど、彼女は男性の正しい言葉を言い無ければ成りません。東京の描くの絵はとても写実的さ、動画家にグードジョブとお目立とう〜

The film ‘Koe no katachi'(Form of Voice) is a rather long but interesting anime. Set in a high school and featuring an arrogant boy and mute girl. You are really invited to mull over what it’s like to be bullied, and to bully. Topics such as suicide are explored, and the film’s images serve as a potent reminder of the varied differences between people. It also formally showcases the culture of confession. All in all interesting but a tad too long.

声の形はちょっと長過ぎるけど面白いアニメと思う。中学校で生徒さんは高慢な男と言語障害者の女がいます。苛めっ子と脅すの真実は考えることが捧げます。自殺は見えるだからフィルムの絵が人のいろいろな違いを強くて連想します。白状の文学も改めて説明します。全部面白いけど長過ぎると思います。

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