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Jan 18, 2017

Hand Shakers Anime Music

Hand Shakers is a series of anime Original produced by GoHands collaboration with the production company Frontier Works and publishers Kadokawa. It premiered on January 11, 2017.

Hand Shakers takes place in Osaka in AD20XX. The story centers on the Hand Shakers. Hand Shakers are comrades who can summon weapons called "Nimrod", which are born of their subconscious joining hands. To grant the pair's dream, the Hand Shakers compete against other pairs of Hand Shakers. The best pair will know and compete with "God".

Nov 23, 2016

Sound! Euphonium - Hibike! Euphonium

Sound! Euphonium takes place in Uji instead and focuses on the school orchestra, the Brass Band Club of Kitauji High School, which steadily improved thanks to the strict management of the newly appointed supervisor. An adaptation as Anime of Kyoto Animation with Tatsuya Ishihara as a director will be broadcast in Japan since April, 2015.

The anime also received a Kinofilm in April 2016 as well as a second season, which has been aired since 6 October 2016. The opening theme is "Dream Solister" by True, and the ending theme is "Tutti!" by Tomoyo Kurosawa, Ayaka Asai, Moe Toyota, and Chika Anzai.

Nov 13, 2014

Hitsugi no Chaika-The Coffin Princess

Hitsugi no Chaika  is a light novel Japanese written by Ichirou Sakaki and illustrated by Namaniku ATK. The series, still being written, has been adapted into three manga and two anime series produced by the studio Bones.
The first season aired in Japan between April 9 and June 25, 2014. The second season named "Hitsugi no Chaika: Avenging Battle" was started her broadcasting in Japan October 8, 2014. For the first season, the opening theme song was "Darakena" by Iori Nomizu and the ending theme song was "Kairaku Genri" (Pleasure Theory) by Coffin Princess.

Aug 12, 2014

Hamatora-Japanese Mixed Media Project

The project originates from the manga, which was written and illustrated by Yukino Kitajima S Waza, while the character designer Yuki Kodama worked. Manga started its publication in the magazine Young Jump, publishing Syueysya. Premiere adaptation of the manga as anime held January 7, 2014 on the Japanese channel TV Tokyo. The opening theme is "Flat" by Livetune feat. Yuuki Ozaki. The ending theme is "Hikari" by Wataru Hatano.

The story is set in a world where a small number of humans have inherited special powers. They are called the Holders (Minimum). We follow two partners, Nice & Murasaki, who form a detective agency called Hamatora in the city of Yokohama. They asked their headquarters at a table in Cafe Nowhere. Art, a cop who has known for a long time, used their service on a series of murders. The common feature of the victims are to be holders.

Jul 9, 2014

Heaven's Memo Pad-Kami-sama no Memo-chou

An anime adaptation was announced in February 2011. It aired between July 2 and September 24, 2011 by JC Staff in charge of animation. The opening theme is "Kawaru Mirai" by ChouCho and the ending theme is "Asunaro" by Kenichi Suzumura.

The story revolves around Narumi Fujishima an ordinary high school boy who remains isolated from his classmates. One afternoon, one of his companions, Ayaka Shinozaki, invites you to join the Garden Club and introduces him to a lonely detective named Alice. Alice 'Hires' Narumi as an assistant and puts him to work solving various mysteries.

Sep 20, 2013

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kira Music Video

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kira is the second Higurashi no Naku Koro ni OVA and was the 10th anniversary of the series produced. There are also revealed similarities to the original work. The OVA season's opening theme is "Happy! Lucky! Dochy!" by Yukari Tamura, Mika Kanai, and Yui Horie  and the ending theme is "Unprecedented Miracle Change" by Mai Nakahara.
In these four special episodes which appear Club members Maebara Keiichi, Mion and Shion Sonozaki, Rena Ryuugu, Rika and Hanyuu Furude and Satoko Houjou - the main characters - much more relaxed and happier than in recent years. This is apparently because the fear of Watanagashi Festival, the Hinamizawa Syndrome, Oyashiro-sama and his curse is gone.

May 13, 2013

High School Of The Dead

Abbreviated as HOTD, is a manga series the Japanese writer Daisuke Sato and the subscriber Shoji Sato. It currently contains over 1,000 pages and was adapted into an anime. The series opening theme is "High School Of The Dead" by Kishida Kyoudan and the Akeboshi Rockets. The series closing theme songs differ in each episode, and each are sung by Maon Kurosaki.
The world has been exposed by a deadly disease that turns humans into zombies. In Japan, several students of Fujimi school and school nurse team up to survive the apocalypse. The story follows Takashi Komuro, one of the students who survived the initial outbreak, along with some friends trying to stay alive while searching for relatives.

Apr 29, 2013

Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Theme Songs

It is based on the novel series that originated anime television series Kyokai Senjo no Horizon directed by Manabu Ono in the animation studio Sunrise. The opening theme song for the first season is "TERMINATED" by Minori Chihara. The first ending theme used is "Pieces -Side Ariadust-" by AiRI and the second ending theme used is "Stardust Melodia -Side Horizon-" by Ceui.
Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
In the distant future, the entire planet Earth except Japan, will become a land barren and uninhabitable, the planet will begin to ascend up to heaven with its high technology. Nevertheless, living conditions, on high, are too hard, which makes humans have no choice but to return to a land turned into a death trap.  When the planet return to land, many are installed in Japan, the only piece of the globe still living, while the rest, settles around in tiny bits of habitable land.

Jun 16, 2012

Hiiro no Kakera-Nee and Kono Te de Idaki Tomeru kara

The game was adapted into a television anime which began in April 2012 and produced by Studio Deen. The opening theme for this anime is "Nee!" by Maiko Fujita. The name of the ending theme is "Kono-te de dakitomerukara" by Shuhei Kita.
Hiiro no Kakera anime
The heroine is a girl (Tamaki) who return to a small village which remembers from his childhood and that the drag in the history of his family and the center on a series of supernatural phenomena.