Netflix, a major US video distribution service, announced that it will co-produce three feature-length animated films including “Drifting Home that Tells the Rain” scheduled to be released in September with Studio Colorido.
Anime is a service of Nethooks and is popular content in both Japan and the world, and the company is working to strengthen this field.
In an interview with Reuters, Kazutaka Sakamoto, vice president of content at Japan, said in an interview with Reuters that in order to win globally, you must first win locally.
It is said that it is expanding investment not only for increasing Japanese content but also for diversifying genres and formats.
The Asia-Pacific region was the only strong player in the first quarter financial results, which reported a decline in the number of subscribers for the first time in about 10 years. The company says it is seeing good growth in the region, including Japan.
Studio Colorido CEO Koji Yamamoto told Reuters that Nethooks offers access to a wider audience than the hardcore anime fans traditionally targeted by the anime industry.
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