How Cup Noodles Made The Best Anime Commercials | Animator Spotlight

Canipa explains the circumstances in which a series of excellent Cup Noodle Hungry Days commercials were made and how advertisement production differs from anime production.

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Anime series featured in this video (chronologically):
Darling in the FRANXX
Pop Team Epic
Little Witch Academia
Gatchaman Crowds insight
Kiki’s Delivery Service
Heidi, Girl of the Alps
Land of the Lustrous

Infiltration Search Begin – Dimension W
Solving the Puzzle – Dimension W
Kinen Satsuei – Bump of Chicken
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I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Aerosmith
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All footage is used for the purpose of review and is fair use.

Categories: Аниме

41 Replies to “How Cup Noodles Made The Best Anime Commercials | Animator Spotlight”

  1. It's rather unfortunate with these quality of environmental details within these advertisements used to be a remark of Japanese animation theatres, now more and more anime movies emphasize visual flares akin to how 7th gen consoles and 8th gen consoles visual comparisons

    Hopefully these can pushed into Ghibli-like detailed quality movies

  2. Man, I was really hoping someone would make a video on these. I'm glad you're so into talking about Japanese stuff that's related to anime, not just anime itself.

  3. This is the world in a microcosm – people more talented than they get credit for, finding self-expression however they can through journeyman work that pays the bills. In a winner take all world, it's easy to forget that the gap in talent between those winning animation oscars and those making commercials for condoms isn't really worlds apart – it's decided by the smallest of margins, luck and fate.

  4. "One of the best moments you could have with anime is showing someone a beautifully crafted scene, having them ask is that from a tv series, is it a film, can I watch it on Netflix ? Only for it to be revealed that it is from an ad for something entirely unrelated."
    NANI ?! IMO thats is literally the worst answer, finding out about a cool series or movie would have been far better.

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