Kyoto Animation Studio
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Kyoto Animation, a productive anime studio behind arrangement, for example, Free! Iwatobi Swim Club, K-On!, and Nichijou: My Ordinary Life, was as of late the casualty of a fire related crime which has brought about losses and extraordinary harm to the studio’s works.

In regard for the studio’s disaster, Fire Force anime as of late reported on its official Twitter account that it has stopped the arrival of its planned third episode for a later date.

Be that as it may, this isn’t the main arrangement postponing its work in respect for the studio.

The official Twitter account for the Keihan train line in Japan affirmed that it will postpone its up and coming joint effort with Kyoto Animation‘s Sound! Euphonium anime until further notice too.

The official Twitter account for Free! anime arrangement has declared they are dropping the planned exceptional screening of the trailer for the establishment’s up and coming film. The trailer for the new film was planned to debut close by screenings of the right now running assemblage film, however has since been put on hold until further notice.

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”.

Fans all around the world have been showing their grief and support to Kyoto Animation Studio while sharing the hashtag #PrayForKyoAni online.

Source:

Free! Anime’s Official Twitter Account

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Keihan Train Line’s Official Twitter Account