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Anime music on the radio

Anime music, also known as Anison, is a genre of music that is commonly associated with Japanese animated series, movies, and video games. The genre encompasses a wide range of musical styles, including pop, rock, electronic, orchestral, and more. Anison songs often feature upbeat and catchy melodies, and their lyrics frequently reflect themes and characters from the anime they are associated with.

Some of the most popular Anison artists include Aimer, LiSA, RADWIMPS, Yui, and Nana Mizuki. Aimer is known for her emotional ballads and has performed theme songs for popular anime such as "Fate/Zero" and "Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress." LiSA has a powerful and energetic voice and has contributed songs to anime such as "Sword Art Online" and "Demon Slayer." RADWIMPS is a rock band that has provided the soundtrack for the critically acclaimed anime movie "Your Name." Yui's music is characterized by her gentle vocals and acoustic guitar sound, and she has performed theme songs for anime such as "Fullmetal Alchemist" and "Bleach." Nana Mizuki is a popular singer and voice actress who has contributed songs to a wide range of anime, including "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha" and "Naruto."

There are several radio stations dedicated to playing Anison music, both in Japan and internationally. AnimeNfo Radio, J1 Anime Radio, and Anime Classics Radio are just a few examples of online radio stations that play Anison songs 24/7. Some mainstream radio stations also occasionally feature Anison music, particularly when a popular anime is released. In Japan, several radio stations are dedicated to playing Anison music, including the popular FM Fuji, which features a weekly program called "Anisong Generation" that focuses exclusively on Anison music.