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Don’t forget to prepare tissues before watching!
Japanese anime is gaining popularity in all walks of life, offering its audience a wide variety of genres and exciting stories. Even though it’s only in animated format, some anime manages to make the audience emotional with sad stories.
If you love sad movies, you can watch five anime movie recommendations below. Guaranteed to make you cry?
Grave of Fireflies
Set in wartime (World War II), Grave of Fireflies is an anime produced by Studio Ghibli in 1988. The story of the film is based on the true story of author Akiyuki Nosaka.
The film tells the story of a brother and sister named Seita and Setsuko. The war situation made them both lose their home and parents. He went to his aunt’s house, but difficult circumstances refused to accept him.
With no choice, Seita invites her little sister to stay in an abandoned refugee camp and try to survive. Things became more difficult for Seita when their food supply ran out and his sister suffered from malnutrition. Will they be able to survive?
A Silent Voice
A Silent Voice features beautiful animation with quite an emotional story, Produced by Kyoto Animation. Centered on bullying, the film A Silent Voice (Koe no Katachi) tells the tale of Shoya Ishida, who lives a life like any other elementary school kid.
One day, a girl named Shouko Nishimiya comes to their school as a transfer student. Due to her disability in hearing and speaking, Ishida and his friends begin to bully Nishimiya. Nishimiya’s parents and school had heard about the bullying, so Ishida and her friends accused each other of initiating the bullying.
As a result, Ishida turns away from his friends and becomes a target of bullying. Years later, Ishida coincidentally meets Shouko Nishimiya again and is determined to fix his relationship with Nishimiya.
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas has previously been made into a movie and stars Takumi Kitamura and Minami Hamabe. However, the anime version is no less sad and may bring tears to your eyes.
This anime tells about Haruki Shiga, who coincidentally finds a diary in the hospital. The diary belongs to his classmate Sakura Yamauchi. Written in the diary, Sakura has a disease in her pancreas and has little time to live.
Since Haruki is the only friend who knows Sakura’s secret, Sakura asks Haruki to spend the rest of her life with him.
Ride Your Wave
This romantic fantasy genre film, titled Ride Your Wave (Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara), is no less sad and was screened at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival Denis in 2019.
The film begins with a girl named Hinako Mukaimizu who falls in love with the ocean and moves to the seaside area. One day, his apartment catches on fire, and he meets a firefighter named Minato Hinageshi. Due to their attraction and love, the two end up dating.
One day Minato Hinageshi died while trying to save someone who was drowning on the beach. Hinako must have been very shocked and ran to the area where she can’t see the beach anymore. Still depressed by Minato’s death, Hinako sings a song she can listen to with Minato. Miraculously, Minato’s spirit appears in the water whenever Hinako sings.
Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
The film Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms released in 2018 is an interesting and heartwarming story. As the title suggests, the film tells the story of a girl from the Iorph tribe named Maquia. Iorphs are immortal, and they weave cloth to survive.
One day, the Iorph tribe was attacked by the royal army. The women were arrested and the men were killed. Maquia manages to survive but has to accept that her friends and the village have been destroyed. On her way to the forest, she met a child named Ariel, whom she later adopted as a child.
Despite having no experience as a mother, Maquia tries her best to be Ariel’s mother. After all, Ariel is human. He must have grown up fast, while Maquia is not very old. Because of that, Ariel, originally a spoiled child who truly loves her mother, begins to stay away from Maquia. Ariel joins the royal army and leaves Maquia.
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These five movies are fun because they can make the audience sad from different perspectives. Which movie do you think is the Saddest Anime Movies Of All Time from the list above? Share your comment below, ok?