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Japanimation Station's Kyoto Vacation Begins with the History of Kyoto Animation!
Season 4 Premiere of the Japanimation Station Podcast!
Welcome to Japanimation Station’s Kyoto Vacation, Season 4 of the anime podcast brought to you by the folks at The Weekly Stuff Podcast. We are here to dive into the wide and wonderful world of anime, and you can subscribe on all platforms at JapanimationStation.Com.
Welcome to Japanimation Station’s Kyoto Vacation, the fourth season of our podcast and our biggest adventure yet! We are taking a journey through the works of Kyoto Animation, one of the most respected and beloved anime studios in Japan, reviewing shows like Clannad, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, K-On!, Nichijou, Sound! Euphonium, Violet Evergarden, and much more. But before we talk about any specific works, we wanted to take a step back and discuss the history of Kyoto Animation itself, because it’s a fascinating story stretching back to the earliest days of anime, and one that explains a lot about how the studio came to have the style and structure it is known and respected for. Even if you’ve never watched one of these shows before, this is a story you’ll definitely want to hear, and a great way to kick off our Kyoto Vacation.
Enjoy, and come back next week as we review Kyoto Animation’s first original, solo production, 2005’s Air!
Theme Song: 0:00:00 – 0:01:29
Intro and Preview to Season: 0:01:29 – 0:37:35
Eyecatch Break: 0:37:35 – 0:38:11
The History of Kyoto Animation: 0:38:11 – 1:54:12
End Theme: 1:54:12 – 1:55:15
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