Kyoto Animation

Demolition work begins on Kyoto Animation’s arson-ravaged studio

Workers begin gutting interior of Fushimi anime studio in preparation of tearing down its frame.

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Kyoto Animation has a touchingly kind plan to distribute its 3.2 billion yen in arson donations

Company continues to put people first as it meets with victims’ families and refuses to use funds for business recovery.

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Kyoto Animation arson attack leads Japanese government to develop stricter gas sale regulations

New law would require documentation of the sort of purchase arsonist made prior to attack.

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Over 80 percent of Kyoto Animation employees injured in arson attack have returned to work

President promises upcoming anime movies are still in production, but says “Things are still very far from normal.”

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Kyoto Animation arsonist begins physical therapy, regains ability to speak

No longer bedridden, doctors plan to help him learn to walk again.

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Another Kyoto Animation employee passes away, brings arson death toll to 36

Almost three months after the fire, attack claims another victim’s life.

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Kyoto Animation will use none of its arson donations for business recovery, all of it for victims

The company has received over one billion yen (US$10.1 million), and plans to use every single one for human beings, not business.

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Kyoto Animation’s Sound! Euphonium anime bakery is a real place, and here it is【Photos】

We visit the bakery featured in Kyoto Animation’s love letter to brass bands, and taste its heartache-healing signature bread.

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All hospitalized Kyoto Animation arson victims’ lives are no longer in danger, doctors say

Some remain in intensive care units two months after attack on Fushimi anime studio.

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Man arrested for arson threats to Kyoto Animation-related video game company

Osaka police track down man who tweeted “Even I’m feeling tense, since I don’t know when I’ll attack.”

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Kyoto Animation arsonist will live, status upgraded by doctors

Police still unable to make formal arrest, however.

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Kyoto Animation to release full list of arson attack victim names in credits of new anime movie

Violet Evergarden’s story of loss and separation will end with a reminder that Kyoto Animation staff who lost their lives will not be forgotten.

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Kyoto police release compete list of names of all victims who died in Kyoto Animation arson attack

Kyoto Animation lawyer expresses unhappiness that many victims’ families did not agree with announcement.

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Kyoto Animation victims’ names may be disclosed without families’ agreement, investigator says

Kyoto Prefectural Police and National Police Agency disagree on how to handle identities of remaining 25 people who lost their lives in arson attack.

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Kyoto Animation arsonist sent more than one novel to company as part of annual writing contest

School-day stories among genres of submissions.

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Kyoto Animation suspends Kyoto Animation Awards in aftermath of deadly arson attack

Novel-writing contest, which accused arsonist was a failed entrant to, has been held since 2010.

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Mental illness issues could make death penalty impossible for Kyoto Animation arsonist

Psychiatric and legal experts comment on the possibility of arsonist in attack that killed 35 being sentenced to die for his crimes.

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New arrest warrant issued for Kyoto Animation arson suspect

Kyoto police update list of charges while suspect remains in hospital for burns suffered in attack on Fushimi anime studio.

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Kyoto Animation releases beautiful trailer for first major anime project since arson attack【Video】

Violet Evergarden movie will open in theaters less than two months after arson attack that killed 35 Kyoto Animation employees.

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Video game maker/Kyoto Animation creative partner Key donates 10 million yen to arson relief fund

Clannad creators hope Kyoto Animation will continue to “give courage to people in Japan and throughout the world.”

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