The new building of /a/'s favorite studio is almost done, thoughts?
Literally mogadishu-tier building design
This is where masterpieces will be born
>literally "no you" argument
>Kyoani moves in as your new neighbor
Being THIS buttblasted because some people like a certain studio
Whether you like it or not
KyoAni is really popular here
Funny, muricans can't into solid fundations
I want Urobuchi and Okada in the same anime. Okada writes the first episodes and everyone thinks it's going to be the usual melodrama bullshit with NTR.
Urobuchi handles the latter episodes and turns everything into an spiral of despair and nonsense that takes itself very seriously.
>kyoani threads becomes a shitposting den
Can't say I'm surprised
>Japan is a nice enough place to vendors outdoors.
Anywhere else it's probably getting smashed in.
For a non redditor you sure know a lot of subreddits
>>The one studio that produced more masterpieces than all of the ones mentioned in this thread combines
>When Deen has trust and betrayal.
Madhouse has not done anything up to its level.
People likes to meme madhouse because Deathnote and Kaiji but those are just memeseries.
Akagi is far better, but still below the standard.
>The one studio that produced more masterpieces than all of the ones mentioned in this thread combines
They make "masterpieces" that panders to normalfags aka reddit
>I'm 'buttblasted' because there's an outsider.
it looks... very simple
Nostalgiafags adore it, i even watched it myself in toonami when i was in Highschool. Shit is decent, but not as good as people say-
Poor man's Tomorrows Joe
You have a point there
Moeshit pandering to pretentious assholes
Entre level garbage
1997 was better
Kon's Worst works
I see your ledditor is showing up, it's just pretentious shit. Mind Game is the only worth work from Yuasa.
Are you underage by any chance?
>I will keep acting like a retard and call everyone who calls me on my retardation an "outsider"
tone down the edge my boy
Everything is made out of wood, Anon.
Nice! This is how it looked like when I was there.
Where did they move to? Or did they grow tired of gaijin pilgering to their workplace and keep it secret now?
It's just a few blocks away like their other buildings, soon KyoAni will own the whole neighborhood.
>He doesn't know about the 2000 times wood folding techniques
Dunno why the picture flipped to the side, dammit.
Good to know, looking forward to keep embarassing them in the future!
>spend all your precious en on a new building
>don't even bother to do something unique and original like you might find in your own flemish cartoons
>we want the generic yellow model, kudasai
for what purpose
Even though they're one of the most succesful studios in the industry, their earnings are still relatively small, you can't really have a fancy building from a famous architect with the profits they make.
I'm sure they have a bunch of laws (like any other country) which strictly dictate how it needs to look like and all that.
Can't even have a fence taller than 1,5m or so in here for example.
At the time of this writing, he's not wrong.
The still could have went with something a little more stylized while staying in budget and regulations. Even a few striking aesthetic changes would give a different impression.
Are you me, I was there last September as well.
Ah, small world! I think I was there on September 10th. They had some Hibike cardboard stand-ups along the Uji railway stations, this one was at Fushimi-Inari, IIRC.
Only had my mobile phone with shitty zoom and didn't want to reveal my powerlevel by crossing over to the other side of the track to get a close-up ;_: /blog
Someone needs to steal a plane, crash it on that shitty building and become /a/'s hero.
I went at the end of September, don't remember seeing any cut out when we went to Inari though. Bought the Euphonium movie blu ray at the shop.
Yeah, the cut-out thing was some temporary PR stunt, if I understood their Twitter correctly, they were around for a week or so, and if you found all of them and tweeted photos or whatever proof to KyoAni, you could win one of them.
Not gonna lie, to have a life-size original Kumiko at home .... that'd be something.
only when I see Kumiko
A boy falls in love with a girl.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with the girl’s phone number. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately calls her, and is overjoyed to find out that she has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day’s confessions to the girl, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the girl he called is not the same girl he fell in love with. In fact, she doesn’t exist in this universe at all. She is the girl’s alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MC’s own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of her crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of LOVE.
You might as well ask for at least 1 valid point that justifies wasting more money for a "unique" and "original" building for any human use and activity then go choke on a bag of dicks.
It's how architecture works.
That being said the reason most buildings in Japan look so rectilinear and boring is because of very strict development regulations that result from their country being earthquake-prone as fuck. It's almost always that safer buildings = boring buildings.
Yellow is ugly as fuck though, don't know why they keep using that.
>best working conditions
>just got a brand new building
Kyoani gets all the nice things