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Published in Entertainment on 30 th June, Before we talk about what Hayao Miyazaki said, or didn't say, and what he meant by it, we must first get to know him a little bit better and get a bit more familiar with his work. Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese anime director who's won both popular and critical acclaim for his allusive and lyrical works, for which he became popular outside of Japan as well. He is considered as one of the best Japanese directors when it comes to animated movies.

Did Hayao Miyazaki Really Say Anime Was A Mistake?

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The troll quote stems from the transcript of Miyazaki's interview with the Japanese news site Golden Times [2] , published on January 27th, During the interview, Miyazaki expressed skepticism regarding the current state of anime as an art form and a cultural industry, particularly how little the new generation of animators are seeking inspiration from actually observing human behaviors and interactions in real life. On January 30th, a translation of the original interview was provided by English-language Japanese news site RocketNews They are captioned with made-up quotes expressing extreme dissatisfaction with the state of anime and otaku culture. As of March 11th the post has , notes.
Once the clothes are off what would Heat readers say about me. My perception of normality is knocked off balance. I might not share the same space as famous women but I know that I share it with those who judge them harshly. You should be more considerate of others. Simply because it represents my journey of becoming not only a woman, but a mother.