Shoko Nakagawa said Teenagers Should Must-watch this Anime

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Teenagers Should Must-watch Anime Shoko Nakagawa

Japanese media, Yahoo! News published an article reporting that seiyuu Shoko Nakagawa (Suzuna Taki in Eyeshield 21, Saori Kido at Saint Seiya Omega) made a series of posts claiming to have watched the film Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Thrice Upon a Time (Shin Evangelion Gekijouban: ||), and added that watching the franchise should be "something that should be" for young people.

Teenagers Should Must-watch Anime Shoko Nakagawa

On March 16, voice actress Shoko Nakagawa reported via Twitter that she had gone to watch the film Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, which is currently showing in theaters. Nakagawa, is known as a big fan of this franchise.

She commented: Finally, I can see the end of the Rebuild of Evangelion. I have seen all the films at their premieres since I was in elementary school, and I was really nervous about what the ending would look like.

I'm very grateful to be alive for now, and I thank everyone around me for not giving me spoilers. After all, there is nothing better than Evangelion in this industry. - a popular seiyuu's comment.

In fact, Nakagawa keeps posting about it, perhaps because his excitement is almost unstoppable: “I hope you are not a victim of spoilers and can watch the film in theaters! I think this is the right time to watch Evangelion, it is a must for young people who have reached the age of fourteen - she wrote.

My first feelings, things I had never seen, things beyond my imagination, were all surprises that only Eva gave me. Thanks Eva. I cry.

The film began releasing in Japanese theaters on March 8, after experiencing delays from the previous date due to production issues and due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on premiere planning. In its first week, revenue surpassed 3.3 billion yen with more than 2.9 million tickets sold.

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