Introduction: Why Do Anime Leave Us Sobbing?
Anime is an art form that has been around for a long time. It has evolved with the times and improved over the years. Anime is often very sad and emotional, making people cry while watching it.
The reason why anime makes people cry is because of the deep emotions that are expressed in the show. Anime can sometimes be so emotional that it can make you feel like you are part of the show.
1. Clannad After Story - Life Goes On and On
The anime series Clannad is a story about the life of Tomoya Okazaki, a high school student who has had a very rough life. He meets Nagisa Furukawa, a girl with an illness that prevents her from walking and talking. He becomes friends with her and starts to help her out in any way he can.
The story follows Tomoya as he tries to make Nagisa happy, but she dies soon after because of an accident. After that point, the story focuses on Tomoya's life as he goes through various experiences while trying to make himself happy again.
Clannad is one of the best anime series ever made and it is worth watching for anyone who has not seen it yet.
2. Grave of the Fireflies
Grave of the Fireflies is a 1988 Japanese anime film written and directed by Isao Takahata. It is based on the 1967 semi-autobiographical short story Grave of the Fireflies by Akiyuki Nosaka. The film follows a young boy, Seita, and his younger sister, Setsuko, who try to survive in Japan during World War II after their mother dies.
The movie deals with themes of war and death, as well as the innocence of children in wartime. It received critical acclaim both in Japan and abroad.
3. Your Lie in April
The anime, Your Lie in April is a story of a piano prodigy, Kousei Arima. The story starts with him as a child and follows his life as he grows up. He has always been talented and has been praised by his mother for his skills. However, after she dies in an accident, he becomes withdrawn and lost.
One day, he meets Kaori Miyazono who is a free-spirited violinist. She helps him to come out of his shell again and to start playing the piano again. As they grow closer, they fall in love with each other but soon tragedy strikes when Kaori gets diagnosed with cancer.
4. Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind
Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind is a manga series written and illustrated by Hayao Miyazaki. It was serialized in Tokuma Shoten's Animage magazine from March 1984 to November 1994. The manga tells the story of Nausicaä, the young princess of the Valley of the Wind, who must stop a world war that has been set off by a massive ecological disaster that has poisoned much of Earth's surface.
The manga was adapted into an animated film directed by Hayao Miyazaki and released in 1984. The film is often considered to be one of Studio Ghibli’s best films and holds an 88% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
5. Code Geass Knightmare of Nunnally Lamperouge & R2 Arc 2 & 3 - Lelouch of the Rebellion
Code Geass is an anime series that was created by Sunrise. It tells the story of a high school student named Lelouch Lamperouge, who is the son of the Emperor of Britannia. He has a power called Code Geass which allows him to control people's minds and make them do his bidding.
Lelouch Lamperouge (or Zero) is a high school student in Japan who has a power called Code Geass which allows him to control people's minds and make them do his bidding. He uses this power to create a rebellion against the Empire of Britannia that he believes killed his mother, Marianne and conquered Japan in order to bring peace back to the world.
6. Neon Genesis Evangelion - The End of Evangelion or You can't Be Serious! part 2
Neon Genesis Evangelion is a Japanese animated television series that aired from 1995 to 1996. The series was created by Gainax and produced by TV Tokyo and was directed by Hideaki Anno. It is the most expensive anime series ever made.
The End of Evangelion is a 1997 Japanese animated science fiction film written and directed by Hideaki Anno. The film serves as the final episode in the Neon Genesis Evangelion television series, although it was not broadcast as such until January 4, 1998.
You Can't Be Serious! part 2 is a 1997 Japanese animated science fiction film written and directed by Hideaki Anno. The film serves as the second episode in the Neon Genesis Evangelion television series, although it was not broadcast as such until January 4, 1998. Despite this, the 2004 DVD release would be entitled "Episode 14".