It’s no secret that the anime industry has seen steady growth over the past two decades, especially outside of Japan. This has resulted in demand for series, films, and other material far exceeding the capacity of many animated studios, leading to a slow but steady decline in the working conditions of animators, composers, writers, and others in charge of creating the stories. we are passionate
Fortunately, the Japan Anime Film Culture Association (NAFCA) has been born as a proposal to improve the working conditions of various workers in the industry. During a press conference, Masaru Kitao (animator), Naomichi Yamato (director), Shunsuke Sakino (voice actor), and Yuko Kaida (voice actor) introduced the initiative with a look at NAFCA mascots Hokuto Mochizuki and Kagameru, which you can see below. can see
According to the association’s statement, “the anime industry is on the verge of collapse due to the exhausting working environment.” and continues:
“Should Japanese animation remain a world that one had to prepare for poverty to enter? Will the industry continue to rely on foreign talent to make up for the lack of domestic resources? As working conditions globally As changes continue and vigilance over labor disparities becomes more acute, will the situation remain unresolved till the intervention of the government?
The truth is that this problem affects not only those who are directly affected by the dirty drawing or writing, but also the mangakas themselves. Koyoharu Gotuge’s small economic retribution for the massive success of the film Kimetsu no Yaiba (which, by the way, is the highest-grossing film in history in Japan) was previously mentioned.