Essay About Anime

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Introduction to Anime
Yes, I know what you’re thinking - how does anime & Cosplay affect the world?
Anime is a style of Japanese film and television animation, targeted at adults as well as children (January 18, 2011). What drives people to watch anime is its amazing effects and interesting concept. It is so common in the world that it has become a lifestyle to many.

Japan came up with putting commercials of Japanese anime, like in comics, books, games, apparel, music and even in snacks around the world. As the World got exposed the other facets of Japanese culture plus their animations, it left a significant impact on them. What’s more amazing is that even though it originated in Japan, anime spread like wildfire and managed branched out to many parts of the world (Michael Hoffman).
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Many people, or their given names “Otaku”, are willing to spend a huge amount of money to rent/purchase the robes and costumes just to cosplay their favorite character.


The history of anime began at the start of the 20th century, when Japanese filmmakers experimented with the animation techniques that were being explored in the West area. Even earlier, when anime was experimented, several filmmakers became famous, especially Hayao Miyazaki and Mamoru Oshii.

In the 1980s, anime was accepted in the mainstream in Japan, and exploded in popularity around the world. The beginning of the Gundam franchise and the beginnings of Rumiko Takahashi 's career began in this decade. Akira, an anime producer set records in 1988 for the production costs of an anime.

Influence around the world

Anime have even been played on TV series around the world, which is target to mainly kids. Because of this, most of us would be exposed to anime since young, hence finding even more anime to watch because it is interesting. When a series ends, either everyone else find another anime, or wait for the next
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