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Most anime have their locations in various parts of Japan. Look into the locations where your favorite anime was featured!
First released in Japan in 1997, Princess Mononoke is one of the most notable films written and directed by famed Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki.
Miyazaki returned in 2001 with the well-received animated film Spirited Away. Claiming many positive accolades, Spirited Away became one of Miyazaki's most popular films.
This film recounts the tales of Abe no Seimei, a notable practitioner of onmyodo, or Japanese esoteric cosmology. The film was later turned into a manga series by Reiko Okano.
This internationally famous anime series follows the adventures of Usagi Tsukino, a young girl who moonlights as a special warrior destined to save planet Earth. With films, TV episodes, and manga readily available throughout the world, Sailor Moon has been an anime staple since 1991.
Higurashi no naku koro ni
This Japanese murder mystery-themed video game series first released in 2002. Anime, manga, and novel series soon followed as the stories, characters, and plotlines became increasingly more popular.