For the airheaded Minami Tani, there is nothing more delightful than delicious bread for breakfast. Bonding over a mutual love for the food, Minami meets the dignified Yuu Aizawa and the upbeat Fuyumi...read more.
A slice of life anime about a bunch of animals living in Paniponi village.
A series of minute-long animated shorts that aired on Japanese public television. Aimed at toddlers and young children, the comedic series is mostly about toilet training.
Yuuta Segawa has just started his freshman year of university. One day, his sister Yuri, who raised him after their parents died, asks him to take care of her daughters Hina, Sora and Miu while she an...read more.
Limited edition episode included with pre-orders for the 13th and 18th light novel volumes.
Unaired episode included in the fifth Blu-ray and fourth DVD volume.
Third-year high school student Yukari Hayasaka has no time for frivolous things. She needs to study hard and attend cram school so she can do well on her university exams. She doesn't care which unive...read more.
Three monkey brothers from the from an urban city go to live in the countryside. There's no convenience store nor arcades there; truly bare-bones. The story follows their daily lives trying to make fr...read more.
noitaminA's 10th anniversary commemoration short special.
Pâtisserie no Monster focuses on the titular monster Powan, the owner of a small pastry shop in France.
Peach Girl is about an average high school girl, Momo Adachi, who everyone thinks is a beach bunny/slut because of her tanned skin. The actual reason she is so tanned is because she was on the swim te...read more.
Slice of life comedy about pitfalls of Japanese society.
Movie of Peeping Life.
First special is a music video for the opening song. Second special is a bonus episode.
This "slow-life anime" is part of the datsuryoku-kei (ennui-style) genre of comedy that depicts the minutiae of everyday life. The series observes the daily lives of Heroes from the worlds of Tezuka P...read more.
Peeping Life collaboration with Kaijuu Sakaba, a real tavern where kaijuu costumes from the Ultraman franchise are on display. Events are held where people can dine with the actors dressed in the kaij...read more.
In honor of Peeping Life's broadcast on Kids Station, three CMs were made for the TV channel.
A Peeping Life and Sanyo collaboration made to promote Sanyo's summer ocean themed pachinko line with a Momotarou Densetsu pachinko game machine.
The Peeping Life comedy anime series spawned five shorts for Japanese theaters. Each of the five shorts was running on the lobby monitors in T-Joy's theater chain for two weeks before being replaced b...read more.
The newlyweds have moved to the Kansai region! For now they've settled down, but their room is still a huge mess. They also realize that they've been wasting a lot of electricity, and they begin to po...read more.
A sequel to Peeping Life comedy anthology, The Perfect Emotion features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
Special included in the Peeping Life: The Perfect Emotion's DVD release.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, The Perfect Evolution features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
3 bonus episodes centering around TV Asahi's female announcers.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise.
Specials included on the DVD release of Peeping Life: The Perfect Explosion that focus on Otaku-kun talking about "Celebrating Universal's 100th Anniversary", Otaku-kun talking about "50 Years of Tats...read more.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, The Perfect Extension features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
Specials included on Peeping Life: The Perfect Extension OVA, these were not considered a part of the normal episode count of the OVA. Both episodes follow Otaku-kun as he reviews Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo a...read more.
In honor of Peeping Life's broadcast on TV Asahi, a special episode was made featuring Otaku-kun and a female announcer from the TV station.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, this time featuring scenes from older times.
In a small provincial town, three children play football but when they hear breaking glass, two of them flee; leaving a little girl to investigate. She finds that she has broken a fish bowl and a smal...read more.
Sakura Nankyoku is a total otaku. Due to a fluke, she gets elected as her class' Student Council President. Everything takes off from there into a series of crazy misadventures revolving around Sakura...read more.
ONA Special episode #11.5.
Perrine travels across Europe with her mother, a photographer, in a cabin drawn by a donkey. They are heading to a small village in northern France, the home of Perrine's dead father. Perrine doesn't...read more.
Movie version of the TV series Perrine Monogatari.
A summary of the full series aired as a TV specials.
A collaborative effort between the Japanese automaker and Japanese anime company Studio 4°C, PES: Peace Eco Smile is a new web promotional anime series that centers around PES, a traveller from space,...read more.
A 3DCG short screened alongside Kirakira☆Precure A La Mode Movie: Paritto! Omoide no Mille-Feuille!.
Short animation by Masaki Okuda.
While on her summer break, Morina Nanase starts a new part-time job as a waitress at Trattoria Festa, an Italian restaurant. Finding the restaurant adorable and coincidentally close to her house, Mori...read more.
When Miu was young, she was fascinated by the piano and took up lessons. When the show opens, Miu is in middle school. She is shy, a soft-spoken girl who doesn't have a lot of confidence in herself. H...read more.
Episodes 4.5, 6.5, 8.5 and 10.5 from the DVD release, in which Miu thinks about the events from the previous episode.
The story begins in the future when Earth itself is no longer inhabitable by living creatures. Humans began their interstellar migration with space colonies. Vince and Hana work as researchers in the...read more.
Second season of Pikaia!.
Pingu and his family move from their small village to the big city; in which there are many people with many different occupations. The ever-curious Pingu tries to join them at their jobs, but his mis...read more.
Based on the real life-story of Pink Lady, a female pop duo that rose to superstardom in the mid-1970's. (Source: ANN)
Omnibus/compilation episodes of the main series that aired on TV right after the main series finished broadcasting sometimes known as episode 34 & 35.
Based on the same-name erotic slice-of-life manga by George Akiyama, serialized in Weekly Manga Goraku. Virgin boy Okuyama is a stocker at the supermarket who has no luck with women. His life is throw...read more.
A collaboration anime between Frente International's Pinky candy mascot and Nissan Soap's Fafa laundry mascot. North American viewers may recognize Fafa under a different name "Snuggle". The mascot fo...read more.