Which is your favorite Japanese animation work from the 1990s?[Popularity vote underway]| Anime Netorabo Investigation Team

Established in 1975, Nippon Animation has produced many masterpieces and national animations. Along with the development of the anime industry, we have released excellent works to the world in each era.

Therefore, this time, we will be holding a popularity poll on the theme, “What is your favorite Japanese animation from the 1990s?” If you have a particularly memorable Japanese animation work from the 90s, please vote for it. Here, we will introduce three selected works.

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The “HUNTER x HUNTER” series is based on the popular manga by Yoshihiro Togashi. It has been made into a TV anime twice, in 1999 and 2011, and Nippon Animation has produced the former and three OVAs. A total of 62 episodes were aired in the TV anime version from 1999 to 2001.

magic circle guruguru

“Magic Circle Guru Guru” is based on a manga by Hiroyuki Eto. It was animated three times in 1994, 2000, and 2017, with Nippon Animation in charge of the first two. A story in which the hero Nike and the wizard girl Kukuri go on an adventure to defeat the demon king Giri. It is characterized by RPG elements such as dungeon exploration, magic, and monsters scattered throughout.

Chibi Maruko-chan[Season 1]

30th Anniversary of Broadcasting Chibi Maruko-chan Season 1 Vol.1[Blu-ray]

TARAKO, Yusaku Yara, Kei Toyama, Naoko Watanabe, Masami Kikuchi, Tsutomu Kashiwakura, Yuko Mizutani, Mie Suzuki, Yuko Sasaki, Nobuo Tobita

12,000 yen(As of 01/10 11:53)

Contains information from Amazon

Chibi Maruko-chan, based on the original work by Momoko Sakura, has become a nationally popular anime that has become a household name. The first season started in 1990, and the movie version was also released in the same year. The second season began in 1995 and has become a long-running show that continues to this day. In the first season, Takashi Toyama plays the role of Grandpa (Sakura Tomozo).

What is your favorite Japanese animation work from the 1990s?

The options includeJapan Animation official websiteThis page lists works published in the 1990s. When voting, please also leave comments about the highlights and memories of each work. So please vote!

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