Two aliens traveling through space watch from the porthole, jousting each other for a better view. When they reach the Earth, they are bombarded with messages which cause them to leave the Earth's orb...read more.
A collection of music videos, some are new original songs, others are classics from the series.
Across an arid landscape, a group of cute 'monsters' cross each other's path. This was featured on NHK's show "Stage 101."
A naughty boy sneaks into a sleeping cat, cuts off its whiskers and sets in motion a surprising reaction from all who encounters it. This video is accompanied by a catchy tune and shown at NHK's Minna...read more.
A music video for the Phatmans After School song "Fr/day Night".
Two music videos for the songs "Legend of Sexy" and "Kagami no Naka no ME", sung by Sakuya Mitsurugi from the Gakuen Handsome franchise.
Two music videos for the songs "Shuumatsu no Mellow Dance" and "Haitoku no Lesson," sung by Teruhiko Saionji from the Gakuen Handsome franchise.
A music video for the song by Fusako Fujimoto that was featured on NHK's Minna no Uta program.
Short film by Sawako Kabuki.
A children's song by NHK Tokyo Children's Choir featured in NHK's Minna no Uta segment.
A funny video about a magical bug that likes to bite the people's derriere. The song was intended to encourage people who live in big cities to spontaneously interact with each other.
Onara Gorou is now in 3D with a little dance and music number.
Short CGI music video by George Tokoro featured on NHK's Minna no Uta program.
The Maria Holic's official website put this video on its homepage on Children's Day.
Galo Sengen ("Galish Man GAL" in English / GAL男宣言 in Japanese) is a 2011 rap music video by the Japanese hip-hop group Policeman. The animated music video became well-known for its humorous depiction...read more.
A special Nanocore video celebrating the new year.
A short animation which features clips from all of CLAMPs works between 1995 and 2006.
The official music video for Otoboke Beaver's song "Ikezu."
A Minna no Uta song about a chameleon with big dreams.
Series of musical videos featuring Pokemon.
A dung beetle and a scorpion among others are taunted and teased by some cacti. A stop motion animation with song by Yamada Kuniko for NHK's Minna no Uta segment.
A CG animated music video featuring the character Shirome-chan.
Promotion music video created to pitch a full OVA, to no avail. Music sung by Megumi Hayashibara and based on the Nihon Falcom video game.
2017 April Fools' Day event which is based on the world of the games made by Nitro+Chiral, and depicts the “love and life” of over 60 characters. Videos available include the opening movie, Chapter 27...read more.
A collaborative advertisement between Kamiusagi Rope and au (a Japanese mobile phone company), where Rope and Akira interact with modern cellular technology.
Short picture episodes with Risa and Miya from "Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo" visual novel series.
Zhiquiang is a young boy who loves playing League of Legends with his friends. Follow his crazy adventures.
A penguin named Andou protects the forest and its animal inhabitants from the evil humans (or the "cancer of the Earth" as one sign in The Animal House reads). However, some of the animals suspect tha...read more.
A gag comedy aimed at young children featuring Zombie-kun, a child zombie, and his interactions with the world. It's not intended to be scary in the slightest, but rather, it focuses on the comical an...read more.
The story of two girls on a war-torn planet known as "Walpurgis."
An independent production by Takashi Taniguchi.
An independent production by Takashi Taniguchi.
Niigata city's publicity mascot characters, Komachi Hanano and Dangorou Sasa, search for the mysterious stone that was stolen after it had fallen from the skies.
More short stories featuring Zocco and Minime. The series received the first airing starting November 10, 2010. On June 10, 2013 five episodes were released on YouTube.
An unique episode of Aware! Meisaku-kun where the characters break the 4th wall to promote the 2 DVD releases of their own show. They have new animation and new dialogue to accompany the highlights of...read more.
Two ONA specials of Kamiusagi Rope. Feng Shui: Rope and Akira run into their friend's mother. Undou Shinkei: Akira and Rope tries flying a kite, although it ends up stuck in a tree.
The psychologist Ryou and his cheerful nurse Asuna explain many aspects of mental illness to the reader. They cover topics such as the validity, prevalence, and origins of mental disorders, in additio...read more.
A NHK shogi tournament parody. ''55 AJN Trophy TV Shoji Tournamant'' Mr.Yamada versus Mr.Roboco.
An anniversary animation celebrating The iDOLM@STER Million Live!.
The anime's plot is taken from the 41st volume of the original manga's "Figure Wars" story. The story begins when toys of Oban, a character from a tokusatsu (special effects) television show, becomes...read more.
In this ukiyoe-style flash anime, Isobe Isobee is a lazy, slacker samurai with big dreams. He lives with his mother, who thinks highly of him. He lays around the house, sneakily looks at Edo-period po...read more.
The protagonist Bai Yuechu, searches for a bride in order to foil the plans of his family when suddenly a fox youkai falls through the roof.
The gag manga depicts the everyday life of the demon Memumemu-chan, who appears before the high school student Hyouta one day. She's come to seduce men and steal their souls, however, has neither the...read more.
In each episode, Koyomi is presented with a mystery posed by one of the female characters from the story, which he then investigates on his own or helps them solve.
Anime adaptation of the Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan manga by Asou Shuichi, telling the story about a male high school student named Kusuo Saiki. He possesses supernatural powers that cause unfortunate events...read more.
A net anime collaboration between Mameshiba and Mofu☆Mofu at a summer festival during a goldfish scoop game.
A web series "Detective Conan vs. Wooo." This web short is an advertisement for the Wooo line of televisions in Japan.