Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

An strange household is put to the check as a sequence of huge earthquakes throw Japan into whole mayhem. From director Masaaki Yuasa (Devilman Crybaby), the primary anime adaptation of the bestselling science fiction novel by Sakyo Komatsu, Japan Sinks: 2020 premieres July ninth solely on Netflix.


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Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

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38 thoughts on “Japan Sinks: 2020 | Official Trailer | Netflix

  1. the animation is so similar to devilman crybaby and it also has running scenes and a stadium that looks almost exactly like the one in devilman crybaby
    It's also almost at the same angle when the main character is running, coincidence?

  2. A half Japanese girl that runs track and is especially good at running rally races, and a black-haired boy that runs track and has a crush on her buts is also really shy, a little brother obsessed with video games, a white-haired wealthy boy that has an immense wealth, is confident and kind of chaotic, a mother and father that die, japan is slowly but surely getting more destroyed over time, A professor that predicted it all, death of main characters, extremely gory deaths, and finally, the animation style is this not devilman crybaby?

  3. Most depressing anime i've ever seen, nothing goes right at all. Oh my god this was painful to watch. Its not even depressing in a romantic way, its depressing in the most anxious way possible. Soundtracks were good tho so 2/10 for that

  4. So.. Am I the only one who actually didn't like anything about this anime? I watched it all the way through hoping for it to get better but it never did. (Spoilers) I hated how whenever someone died they'd brush over it, like when the dad died the main girl was obviously sad and depressed but her mom was sitting here telling her to get over it. Like if that happened to my dad I wouldn't just "get over it". And oh my god all the random English phrases in the show were so annoying to me, especially the guy from the UK who seemed to speak better Japanese than English. And the animation. It felt lazy. The first few episodes has really good animation, but then the animation went downhill. Some scemes had hands that were bigger than their heads. This anime sucked for me I hated it

  5. Man, Japan sinks 2020 reminds me of the anime called Tokyo Magnitude 8.0. Though the latter is based on true story event while this…is based on future event(s) (JK I hope not).

  6. I see a lot of people here saying that this anime is great.. is it really? I wanted to watch it, but the art style really turns me off 🙁 I could barely watch Devilman Crybaby for the same issue… If y'all tell me the story is actually really good I may consider it, because otherwise idk really

  7. Somebody help me! The other day I was on Netflix and then something started to roll automatically and I believe I saw a Japanese woman talking about a tragedy, presumably the tsunami. It seemed like a documentary TV show, but I didn't memorize the title and now I cannot find it at all. Having seen the title "Japan sinks", I thought that was it, however, this wasn't anime. Does anyone know what that might have been?

  8. I Binged this, lets just say there was screaming, crying, frustrated snorts, and I wasted a few tissue boxes and ripped my pillow.


    don't get attached to the characters, and especially ayumu's leg.

  9. I never hated a character so much until that bratty girl! I honestly would of like the anime more without her. She honestly fukin ruined it for me.

  10. watched it. pretty good but too many contrived plots and then they still try to insert some subplots that doesn't contribute to the main plot. brother speaking english in a cringy way, the cult, etc. a lot of forced solutions then trying too hard to add drama. Death is not drama btw. Overall a watchable series but if you want something similar Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 is many times better.

  11. I'll come back in 2040 for the comments here when we start taking this seriously. If I'm alive. And youtube exists. And provided we don't live in a distopian fascist war propped hellscape that censors it for wherever reason.

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