After launching in Japan in September 2015, Netflix has aggressively gone after the nation’s streaming market with an array of content. Original programming such as “Aggretsuko,” “Terrace House” and a reboot of “Ainori” have helped capture the attention of many cordcutters who want the freedom of being able to watch content in any place and at any time without being saddled with commercials.

With decent competition from Hulu and Disney’s upcoming streaming service breathing down its neck, Netflix is doubling down on the Japanese market — and those who love Japanese entertainment — with a slew of anime content that is old, new and something in between.

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