Beat Crusaders was a Japanese Rock Band active from 1997 to 2010 distinguished by dot-matrix printed mask they wore on all of their performances. These masks represent the faces of each of the band member. Their creative use of analog synthesizers and the old Casiotone, incorporated with influences of such bands as Weezer and The Rentals, and at times the dynamism of Snuffesque rock, had transformed them into a powerfully melodic guitar band. By the end of 1998, Beat Crusaders had already started creating songs which emphasized they were a crazy and fun live act that was not to be missed. Later down the road, a career breakthrough was offered on the band moving them out of the indie scene and hitting Japanese Music; their song “Hit in the USA” was used for the opening theme of an anime series, BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad.Read More 39 no Hi: Beat Crusaders. A Fun Live Act that was Not to be Missed. (ft. Kenpachi Zaraki)
The journey beyond continues as Animei-Chan continue its World UFO Day fever through this list of most loved Alien Anime. Just a day ago, we present a list of most favored alien characters in the anime. The list includes the feared antagonist, Frieza, of Dragonball; the ever-curios parasite, Migi, of Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu; and […]Read More The Journey Beyond Continues: The Rank Ups for the Most Beloved Alien Anime. (Top 10 and More!)
The universe is vast and its life has been rolling for billions of years. It is inevitable to think that somewhere out there, a lifeform so advance, something beyond our imaginations have exist for who knows since when. Thoughts made stronger by the mankind’s greatest thinkers and made even richer by our ever-growing imagination. Surely, […]Read More A Journey Beyond: The Rank Ups for the Most Regard Alien Characters in the Anime! (Top 10 and more!)
Ai Kayano is a voice actress and a singer from Tokyo, Japan. She is acknowledged as the Best Rookie Actress on the 6th Seiyuu Awards and ranked #1 as a voice actress that gives off energy and healing in a survey conducted by Animate Times. Ai Kayano is also known for her love for sake. […]Read More 39 no Hi: Ai Kiyano. A Seiyuu that Gives Off Energy and Healing.
The world of anime is filled with a lot of stories. It has stories that can make us laugh and feel good. It also have stories that jacks up our brains leaving as confused for days. But there this type of story that leaves a mark in its viewers heart. Such anime leave us with a bittersweet taste, feeling of sadness, pulled heartstrings, convincing us that this memory is something that never to be forgotten. Come and join our journey of finding the saddest anime of all time.Read More The Rank-Ups: Top 10 Saddest Anime of All Time
To fellow Dragon Ball Fans who will visit Japan in the months to come. You and your family will never want to miss this amazing event that is soon to unfold. By September 10 and 23 of the present year, a fan run event with the theme of Toriyama Akihara’s Dragon Ball will be held […]Read More Fly with Goku with this New Attraction on J-World Tokyo and more!
In honor of the Philippines-Japan Friendship Month, The Japan Foundation, Manila, celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Japanese Film Festival (JFF), widely known as EIGASAI, has announced the full lineup of films for the JFF|EIGASAI 2017. The film festival will start on Saturday, July 1, and ends by August 29, 2017. It will feature 20 […]Read More EIGASAI 2017: 20th Film Festival in Honor of Philippines-Japan Friendship Month
It is that day of the year again; an event occurring once a year, generally celebrated every 3rd Sunday of June on most countries in the world, the Father’s Day. A celebration honoring fathers, celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Animei-Chan, with the vision of giving you the most accurate […]Read More The Rank-Ups: The Most Awesome Dad in the World of Anime (A Father’s Day Special)
Last Wednesday, 14th Day of June 2017, we researched and created a list on the subject of the bloodiest anime of all time. We figured out that Elfen Lied, as chosen by the masses, is the bloodiest of them all. This result was based on all of the votes from the most famous websites to […]Read More Creating a Brighter Light: The Bloodiest Anime of All Time
Just a couple of days ago, Animei-Chan foretolds the anime series of the Summer Anime of 2017 that will hit the heart of masses. You can see the post here and here. However, the battle will be endless until the actual episodes are released and a couple of episodes is viewed and scrutinized by its […]Read More The Rank-Ups: The Most Anticipated Anime of Summer 2017 by Charapedia and e-bi Xpress