The Kyoto Prefectural Police have released on Friday the names of 10 of the 35 people who had died in an arson attack at the Kyoto Animation's first studio building last month.
Japanese public broadacster NHK is reporting that the Police is looking into the motive of the suspect of the Arson attack at Kyoto Animation's first studio building last July 18.
Although original illustrations in paper did not survived the Arson attack at Kyoto Animation over a week ago, the company's lawyer Daisuke Okeda now confirms that digitized art and other materials stored in a data server at the building's first floor has survived the fire.
Japanese public broadcaster NHK is reporting on Monday that the Japanese government is considering measures to extend support to Kyoto Animation, as stated by Chief Cabinet Minister Yoshihide Suga.
Japanese public broadcaster NHK has reported on Saturday that, according to the police, the death toll in the Kyoto Animation arson attack has now risen to 35 people.
Japanese news media is reporting on Thursday that the police has finished the DNA testing and has identified all 34 people that died at the Kyoto Animation arson attack, which happened a week ago.
As news broke of the deadly arson attack on Thursday, messages of sorrow and support to the beloved anime studio has flooded on social media, particularly from Japanese anime companies, personalities and even fans around the world.
Kyoto Animation has announced on Wednesday that they had opened a bank account to accept donations, which they plan to be a fund for the families of the victims of the arson attack last Thursday.
A group of cinema owners has filed a lawsuit against the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) over a recent memorandum circular the council issued that imposes new guidelines on film screenings in the Philippines.
KyoAni Fire Aftermath: Kyoto Animation President reveals Animation Materials, Computers destroyed...
In a media interview on Friday, Kyoto Animation (KyoAni) President Hideaki Hatta revealed that all past animation materials and computers inside the building has been destroyed in the arson attack.