Ojiisan no Lamp

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Wakate Animator Ikusei Project, 2010 Young Animator Training Project, Anime Mirai 2010, Ojii-san no Lamp, Grandfather's Lamp, Project A
Japanese: おぢいさんのランプ

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 5, 2011
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: DramaDrama, HistoricalHistorical
Duration: 24 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.581 (scored by 85468,546 users)
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Ranked: #13402
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Popularity: #3760
Members: 17,051
Favorites: 12

Recommendations

Both give off a very general realistic feel, and have strong emotions packed inside! 
report Recommended by awijfapodjfozi
"Beautiful" is the word I'd choose to describe both stories. They both leave you with this heartwarming, happy feeling. Ojiisan no Lamp is a lot shorter than Natsume though. 
report Recommended by xpaula
Great shorts, with a historical Japanese setting, whose stories are based on certain transitions during historical periods: 1. Ojiisan no Lamp is based on a technological transition during the late 19th century. Not going to spoil. 2. Shashinkan is a dramatic short whose setting covers part of the Interbellum, WWII up to postwar Japan. 
report Recommended by Krankastel
Similar time period, and art style. Both historical, drama genre; with realistic acting characters. A lack of anime-baggage. Both very high quality. 
report Recommended by mutsuto
Both tell a story of one person trying to realize a dream against the background of the modernization of Japan. 
report Recommended by acajou
Both are somehow dealing with the traditional Japanese culture. Ojiisan no Lamp really reminded me Mr. Miyazaki's style where he focuses on the life around and the thoughts of people and their ideas and visions of the world. Both anime raise up emotions even though there is not anything heartbreaking on the first sight and both evoke this lovely feeling of peace in the viewer's heart. 
report Recommended by iHitokage
It's short, peaceful and warm. Makes you go nostalgic about home and life. You always wish to relive your childhood days. They were the best days! 
report Recommended by dnpromi
Both anime focus more on the atmosphere than the story. They're the kind of anime that make you think about things. Ojii-san no Lamp is a short movie/single episode about dealing with the change that comes with time. A recurring theme in Kino no Tabi is how the world is always changing. 
report Recommended by xpaula