The Mainichi Shimbun newspaper affirmed on Wednesday that 49-year-old Kyoto Animation color designer Naomi Ishida passed away in the flame that inundated the organization’s first Studio expanding on July 18.
The paper affirmed Ishida’s passing through a meeting with her folks. Naomi Ishida is one of the 34 affirmed fatalities in the flame.
Ishida’s folks and more youthful sibling (48) were among around 30 individuals who went to her wake on Thursday.
Ishida’s folks told the paper that they accepted she regularly worked at Kyoto Animation‘s second Studio building. Along these lines, they at first said Ishida was sheltered when companions and relatives got some information about her prosperity. Be that as it may, Ishida’s folks were not able contact her on her phone. They expressed that Kyoto Animation called them around 9:30 p.m. the evening of the flame to state that the studio couldn’t affirm Ishida’s security. Ishida’s folks said specialists educated them on Tuesday that they had distinguished Ishida’s remaining parts after DNA testing.
Ishida had been working in Kyoto Animation since in any event 1993, a long time before the studio was delivering its very own works.
She chipped away at painting and coloring on such anime as Inuyasha, Nurse Witch Komugi, some Doraemon and Crayon Shin-chan films. She is credited as the primary shading architect in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (the two seasons), HYOUKA, and Amagi Brilliant Park, just as colorinh setting for individual episodes of shows, for example, Air, Kanon, Clannad After Story, Free! Eternal Summer, Violet Evergarden, Sound! Euphonium 2, Free! Dive to the Future, and Tsurune.
Daisuke Okada, the legal advisor Kyoto Animation has contracted to deal with open correspondence about the incident, expressed on the official site for the studio on Wednesday that so as to organize the groups of the people in question, the organization does not plan to discharge the names until after burial services are finished.
“Date 07/18/2019 on a Thursday morning at around 10:30 a.m. JST, a devastating fire broke out at Kyoto Animation‘s 1st Studio building, killing 33 people and injuring 35 others. 30 fire engines responded to the fire, and firefighters were able to extinguish the fire completely within five hours after it started. Fans around the globe were devastated by the incident and started campaigns in order to show the support following the terrible tragedy that happened at the Kyoto Animation Studio.“
The Kyoto Animation Studio itself was established in 1981, making such anime TV top picks as K-On!, Free!, and Full Metal Panic. The studio was additionally in charge of some darling anime movies, for example, A Silent Voice, K-On! The Movie, and Free! Take Your Marks to give some examples.
Kyoto Animation Studio had been cited similar to the “first successful animation studio outside of Japan” and as “having an indelible impact on Japan’s Animation industry”.