Shirobako

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Tokusatsu Gagaga

Tokusatsu Gagaga

Nakamura Kano is an office lady with a secret… she’s a "Toku Otaku," a tokusatsu otaku who is obsessed with live action dramas of heroes, monsters and robots. She thinks they’re "JUST TOO COOL!" She’s so obsessed that she skips out on drinking with colleagues to watch it on TV and collects the DVDs, books and figurines. She lives her life by the code of the tokusatsu heroes, and constantly imagines them to help her through difficult situations. But this isn’t easy when all of her co-workers think that people who like anime and other childish things are weird, and they keep trying to make her socialize.

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Tetsukoujo nimo Hana ga Saku

Tetsukoujo nimo Hana ga Saku

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Blend S

Blend S

At a certain cafe, there are many different people with unique attributes such as tsundere, little sister, etc. The new part time worker Maika has been asked by the shop owner to fill the role of super sadist?! Now, while doing her best to work hard, she also blossoms as a super sadist... Stomping as way to victory, this is a perverted working comedy!

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Denki-Gai no Honya-san

Denki-Gai no Honya-san

Umio is a shy kid who just started his part-time job at a manga store smack dab in the middle of the city. But his lifestyle isn’t as glamorous as the neon lights that illuminate the city. Umio’s closest friends are his co-workers who are all unique characters, to say the least, and although they're nice people, they have their quirks. They are a tight knit group of friends, have nicknames for each other and spend their weekends inside, sheltered from the extravagant scene happening on the outside.

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Ichigo Switch!

Ichigo Switch!

Ichigo might be a bit of a clumsy space-case, but she's also a gifted voice actress. She's currently engrossed in her work on the anime "Mahou Shoujo Wild Berry", but she lacks confidence when it comes to romantic scenes. So she decides to ask the most popular boy in school, Chiaki-kun, to help her out and "teach her about love"... to which he instantly refuses. Undeterred, Ichigo barges in on him at home, only to find his room covered in "Wild Berry" memorabilia. Wait a minute, does that mean the cool popular Chiaki-kun is really... an otaku?! More importantly, could he still help her out, when he himself only knows 2D love?

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Ikusaba Animation

Ikusaba Animation

Hachiya Mitsuka has a voice straight out of an anime. In the past she was bullied because of the way her voice sounded and had no friends, thus when she entered High School she wanted a different life, she wanted to have friends. After school on the first day of class a classmate, Kanisawa Kansai, hears Mitsuka's voice after she tried to hide it. But instead of shunning her he instead asks to be a voice actor for his anime!

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Skull-Face Bookseller Honda-san

Skull-Face Bookseller Honda-san

Honda-san is at war - with business, with out-of-print books, and with people who love manga! Who knew there were so many laughs to be found at the manga counter of a bookstore?! These are the day-to-day happenings that take place at a certain bookstore where the love of manga is abundant.

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Café Kichijoji de - Niban Senji

Café Kichijoji de - Niban Senji

In a corner of Kichijouji, there's a small café where five good-looking young men work... but there's no end to the trouble they cause! Glasses-wearing clean freak Tarou; the womanizing Maki; the ever-penniless Toku; Jun, whose cute face hides terrifying strength; and Minagawa, the patissier who's rumoured to know voodoo...What sort of ruckus will these five cause today?

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Bucchigiri CA

Bucchigiri CA

Young Yamane Rin just finished her training and officially became a flight attendant for Fuji Airlines. On her first day, she thought it was going to be a pleasant flight. Not so fast, Yamane. Apart from struggling to learn how to deal with difficult passengers, Rin meets the Chief Attendant, Hanazono Hinako, who appears to be sweet. However, that is just one of her many facets. In fact, she's a dauntless and win-by-a-large-margin kind of girl, who becomes a completely different person after work.

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Sore ga Seiyuu!

Sore ga Seiyuu!

Three young anime voice actresses: Ichinose Futaba, Moesaki Ichigo and Kohana Rin, describing their everyday life in the Japanese anime voice acting industry.

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