anime is usually about fiction, but many audiences expect the same. It can even be said that most animes do not have real stories, which in itself is a kind of comfort. Who likes anime like "Death Office" or "Attack on Titan" to be based on real events? However, not all anime has a fictional story. You may be surprised, but some of your favorite anime are actually based on real events.
5. Steins; ( Steins; Gate )
- Director : Hiroshi Hamasaki, Takoya Sato, Tomuki Kobayashi
- Writer : Joki Hanada
- : 2011
Steins anime; Gate, made by White Fox Studios, was the most popular anime of 2011. When you read the story of this anime, you can hardly believe that such things really happened in the past. This anime tells the story of Rintaro Okabe, a scientist who was very interested in scientific initiatives. He and his friend invent a device that can send a message to the past. His insane exploration comes to the attention of an organization called CERN. After that, these two people are in serious danger.
You may not believe it, but Rintaro Okabe's character is based on a man named John Titer. In 2000, he claimed to be a time traveler, coming from 2036. Four and a half months later, he announced that his deadline had passed and he had to return to 2036, and after that there was no news about him!
4. The Vinland Saga ( Vinland Saga )
- Director : Shohi Yabuta
- Writer : Hiroshi Seko, Kenta Ihara
- Year : 2019
If you're an anime gamer, you've probably heard the name 'Winland Epic', as this work has become very popular. But even fans of the two fires of this anime may not know that "Winland Epic" is based on real events. This 24-part anime takes us back to the eleventh century, where we see the Vikings invading England. A young boy named Turfin seeks revenge on those who killed his father.
Apart from the Vikings, who are of historical descent, the anime also depicts the king of the Great Canot and the process of coming to power. Canot was one of the most famous kings of England in the 11th century.
3. ( Bakuman )
- Director : Kenichi Casai, Noriaki Akitaya
- Writer : Rico Yoshida
- Year : 2010
Every anime game accepts the fact that "Office of Death" is a legendary anime. But how much do you know about Takeshi Obata and Shogumi Obha, the creators of this work? It must be said that these two people are two of the most famous anime artists, and "Bakuman" is an anime based on their lives.
In this anime, Moritaka's dream is to become the greatest manga in history. But then he gives up his dream and tries to lead a normal life like an ordinary person. His work is considered by his classmate Akito Takagi. Takagi also aspires to become a manga. They decide to work together and become the greatest manga creators in history.
2. Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun ( Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun )
- Director : Masaomi Ando
- Writer : Yasuhiro Nakanishi
- Year : 2020
This anime, based on a 2014 manga, is considered a true story by many Japanese. We are on the side of a comedy, supernatural anime and trailer. With only twelve episodes, "Toilet Hanaka-Kon" has become a great choice for those looking for an anime based on a true story. Of course, not all of the story's events are real, and spices have been added to make the story more compelling. have been. But Nene Yashiro is able to summon him, and this ability leads him to the important discovery that Hanako is a boy.
1. ( Barefoot Gen )
- Director : Murray Masaki
- Writer : Keiji Nakazawa
- Year : 1983
"Barefoot Elf" is one of the most painful anime in history, and its bitterness increases when we realize that The basis of real events is built. This 1 hour and 25 minute movie anime is based on the events of Hiroshima in World War II. Jen, a six-year-old boy, lives a difficult life with his family in Hiroshima. The war between Japan and the United States ended three years ago, and the jinn and their families are trying to survive with what is left of them.
But fate has decided another fate for them. The effects of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima are set to destroy the lives of all its citizens once again. "Barefoot Genie" writer Keiji Nakazawa said in a note about the anime that it is not a fictional story, but a real-life story.
Source: Dual Shockers