List of Anime Grand Prix winners

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The Anime Grand Prix (アニメグランプリ) is the annual prize decided by the votes of readers of the magazine Animage. Animage is a Japanese anime and entertainment magazine which Tokuma Shoten began publishing in July 1978. The Anime Grand Prix started in 1979, and the first prize was announced at the issue 1980 January, generally announced at the next year's June issue every year. It is Animage's Anime Grand Prix Magazine Reader’s Choice as well.

Title[edit]

No. Year Title
(1st Position)
Studio Type Title
(2nd Position)
Studio Type
1 1979[1] Mobile Suit Gundam Sunrise TV series Bonjour Galaxy Express 999 Toei Animation Movie
2 1980 1st half[2] Mobile Suit Gundam Sunrise TV series Toward the Terra Toei Animation Movie
3 1980 2nd half[3] Space Runway Ideon Sunrise TV series Cyborg 009 Toei Animation & Sunrise TV series
4 1981[4] Adieu Galaxy Express 999 Toei Animation Movie Warring Demon God Goshogun Ashi Productions TV series
5 1982[5] Six God Combination Godmars Tōkyō Movie Shinsha TV series Combat Mecha Xabungle Sunrise TV series
6 1983[6] Crusher Joe Studio Nue & Sunrise Movie Super Dimension Fortress Macross Studio Nue, Artland & Tatsunoko TV series
7 1984[7] Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Topcraft Movie Macross: Do You Remember Love? Studio Nue, Artland & Tatsunoko Movie
8 1985[8] Dirty Pair Sunrise TV series Zeta Gundam Sunrise TV Series
9 1986[9] Castle in the Sky Studio Ghibli Movie Gundam ZZ Sunrise TV Series
10 1987[10] Saint Seiya Toei Animation TV series Red Photon Zillion Tatsunoko & Production I.G. TV Series
11 1988[11] My Neighbor Totoro Studio Ghibli Movie Saint Seiya Toei Animation TV series
12 1989[12] Kiki's Delivery Service Studio Ghibli Movie Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato Tatsunoko TV Series
13 1990[13] Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water Gainax & Group TAC TV series Mashin Hero Wataru 2 Sunrise TV series
14 1991[14] Future GPX Cyber Formula Sunrise TV series Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water Gainax & Group TAC TV series
15 1992[15] Sailor Moon Toei Animation TV series Yu Yu Hakusho Studio Pierrot TV series
16 1993[16] Yu Yu Hakusho Studio Pierrot TV series Sailor Moon R Toei Animation TV series
17 1994[17] Yu Yu Hakusho Studio Pierrot TV series Sailor Moon S Toei Animation TV series
18 1995[18] Neon Genesis Evangelion Gainax & Tatsunoko TV series Gundam Wing Sunrise TV series
19 1996[19] Neon Genesis Evangelion Gainax & Tatsunoko TV series Slayers Next J.C. Staff TV series
20 1997[20] The End of Evangelion Gainax & Production I.G. Movie Slayers Try J.C. Staff TV series
21 1998[21] Prince of Darkness Nadesico Production I.G. Movie Cowboy Bebop Sunrise TV Series
22 1999[22] Cardcaptor Sakura Madhouse TV series Cowboy Bebop Sunrise TV Series
23 2000[23] Gensomaden Saiyuki Studio Pierrot TV series Cardcaptor Sakura Madhouse TV series
24 2001[24] Fruits Basket Studio Deen TV series InuYasha Sunrise TV series
25 2002[25] Gundam SEED Sunrise TV series Azumanga Dai-Oh J.C.Staff TV series
26 2003[26] Fullmetal Alchemist Bones TV series Gundam SEED Sunrise TV series
27 2004[27] Gundam SEED Destiny Sunrise TV series Fullmetal Alchemist Bones TV series
28 2005[28] Gundam SEED Destiny Sunrise TV series Kyō Kara Maō Studio Deen TV series
29 2006 Code Geass Sunrise TV series Gundam SEED Destiny Sunrise TV series
30 2007 Code Geass Sunrise TV series Gundam 00 Sunrise TV series
31 2008 Code Geass R2 Sunrise TV series Kuroshitsuji A-1 Pictures TV series
32 2009 K-On! Kyoto Animation TV series Gin Tama Sunrise TV series
33 2010 Inazuma Eleven OLM TV series Durarara!! Brain's Base TV series
34 2011 Inazuma Eleven GO OLM TV series Uta no Prince-sama: Maji Love 1000% OLM TV series
35 2012 IInazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone OLM TV series Kuroko's Basketball Production I.G TV series
36 2013 Attack on Titan Wit Studio TV series Inazuma Eleven GO: Galaxy OLM TV series
37 2014 Free! ~Eternal Summer~ Kyoto Animation TV series Uta no Prince-sama Maji LOVE 2000% A-1 Pictures OVA
38 2015 Osomatsu-san Studio Pierrot TV series Gintama Sunrise TV series
39 2016 Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Sunrise TV series Yuri on Ice MAPPA TV series

Episode[edit]

No. Year Series EP Episode
1 1979[1] Galaxy Express 999 55 "The Story of Endless Summer - Part 2"
2 1980 1st half[2] Mobile Suit Gundam 43 "Escape"
3 1980 2nd half[3] Lupin The Third Part II 155 "Farewell My Beloved Lupin"
4 1981[4] Sengoku Majin GōShōgun 26 "Hateshinaki Tabidachi"
5 1982[5] Urusei Yatsura 67 "Kimi sarishi ato"
6 1983[6] Super Dimension Fortress Macross 27 "Ai wa nagareru"
7 1984[7] Galactic Drifter Vifam 46 "Itsumademo 13 nin"
8 1985[8] Zeta Gundam 36 "Forever Four"
9 1986[9] Gundam ZZ 36 "Puru Two's Descent"
10 1987[10] Gundam ZZ 47 "Warrior, Again..."
11 1988[11] Maison Ikkoku 96 "As Long as this Love Lasts! Ikkoku-kan is Forever...!!"
12 1989[12] Dragon Ball Z 28 "Ferocity of the Saiyans! Kami-sama and Piccolo Both Die!"
13 1990[13] Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water 22 "Uragiri no Electra"
14 1991[14] Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water 39 "Hoshi wo Tsugumono"
15 1992[15] Sailor Moon 31 "Loved and Chased! Luna's Worst Day Ever"
16 1993[16] Sailor Moon 45 "The Sailor Warriors Die! The Tragic Final Battle"
17 1994[17] Sailor Moon S 21 "Death of Uranus and Neptune!? Talismans Appear"
18 1995[18] Magic Knight Rayearth 2 29 "The Road to Victory: The Tomorrow that the Believing Heart Opens!"
19 1996[19] Neon Genesis Evangelion 24 "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
20 1997[20] Slayers Try 26 "TRY Again! When All Returns to White!"
21 1998[21] Lost Universe 26 "Sohite...Koujin kagayaku"
22 1999[22] Cardcaptor Sakura 46 "Sakura and the Final Judgement"
23 2000[23] Cardcaptor Sakura 70 "Sakura and Her True Feelings"
24 2001[24] Saiyuki 50 "Alone to West"
25 2002[25] Gundam SEED 1 "False Peace"
26 2003[26] Fullmetal Alchemist 7 "Night of the Chimera's Cry"
27 2004[27] Fullmetal Alchemist 51 "Laws and Promises"
28 2005[28] Gundam SEED Destiny 50 "The Final Power"
29 2006 Gundam SEED Destiny 51 "Final Plus: The Chosen Future"
30 2007 Code Geass 25 "Zero"
31 2008 Code Geass 2 25 "RE;"
32 2009 K-On! 12 "Light Music!"
33 2010 K-On!! 24 "Graduation Ceremony!"
34 2011 Inazuma Eleven 127 "Kick-off to Tomorrow!"

Character[edit]

No. Year Character Title Voice actor
1 1979[1] Captain Harlock Space Pirate Captain Harlock Makio Inoue
2 1980 1st half[2] Char Aznable Mobile Suit Gundam Shūichi Ikeda
3 1980 2nd half[3] Joe Shimamura Cyborg 009 Kazuhiko Inoue
4 1981[4] Takeru Myoujin Six God Combination Godmars Yū Mizushima
5 1982[5] Takeru Myoujin Six God Combination Godmars Yū Mizushima
No. Year Male character Female character
Character Title Voice actor Character Title Voice actor
6 1983[6] Chirico Cuvie Armored Trooper Votoms Hozumi Gōda Misa Hayase Super Dimension Fortress Macross Mika Doi
7 1984[7] Daba Myroad Heavy Metal L-Gaim Hirokazu Hiramatsu Nausicaä Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Sumi Shimamoto
8 1985[8] Tatsuya Uesugi Touch Yūji Mitsuya Four Murasame Zeta Gundam Saeko Shimazu
9 1986[9] Kamille Bidan Zeta Gundam Nobuo Tobita Elpeo Puru Gundam ZZ Chieko Honda
10 1987[10] J.J. Red Photon Zillion Toshihiko Seki Madoka Ayukawa Kimagure Orange Road Hiromi Tsuru
11 1988[11] Ryo Saeba City Hunter Akira Kamiya Anise Farm Sonic Soldier Borgman Yoshino Takamori
12 1989[12] Ryo Saeba City Hunter 2 Akira Kamiya Kiki Kiki's Delivery Service Minami Takayama
13 1990[13] Ryo Saeba City Hunter 3 Akira Kamiya Nadia Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water Yoshino Takamori
14 1991[14] Hayato Kazami Future GPX Cyber Formula Junichi Kanemaru Nadia Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water Yoshino Takamori
15 1992[15] Hiei Yū Yū Hakusho Nobuyuki Hiyama Ami Mizuno Sailor Moon Aya Hisakawa
16 1993[16] Kurama Yū Yū Hakusho Megumi Ogata Belldandy Oh My Goddess! Kikuko Inoue
17 1994[17] Kurama Yū Yū Hakusho Megumi Ogata Haruka Ten'ō Sailor Moon S Megumi Ogata
18 1995[18] Duo Maxwell Gundam Wing Toshihiko Seki Rei Ayanami Neon Genesis Evangelion Megumi Hayashibara
19 1996[19] Shinji Ikari Neon Genesis Evangelion Megumi Ogata Rei Ayanami Neon Genesis Evangelion Megumi Hayashibara
20 1997[20] Shinji Ikari The End of Evangelion Megumi Ogata Lina Inverse Slayers Try Megumi Hayashibara
21 1998[21] Spike Spiegel Cowboy Bebop Kōichi Yamadera Ruri Hoshino Martian Successor Nadesico Omi Minami
22 1999[22] Spike Spiegel Cowboy Bebop Kōichi Yamadera Sakura Kinomoto Cardcaptor Sakura Sakura Tange
23 2000[23] Genjo Sanzo Saiyuki Toshihiko Seki Sakura Kinomoto Cardcaptor Sakura Sakura Tange
24 2001[24] Inu Yasha Inu Yasha Kappei Yamaguchi Tōru Honda Fruits Basket Yui Horie
25 2002[25] Kira Yamato Gundam SEED Sōichirō Hoshi Lacus Clyne Gundam SEED Rie Tanaka
26 2003[26] Edward Elric Fullmetal Alchemist Romi Park Riza Hawkeye Fullmetal Alchemist Michiko Neya
27 2004[27] Athrun Zala Gundam SEED Destiny Akira Ishida Lacus Clyne Gundam SEED Destiny Rie Tanaka
28 2005[28] Kira Yamato Gundam SEED Destiny Sōichirō Hoshi Lacus Clyne Gundam SEED Destiny Rie Tanaka
29 2006 Lelouch Vi Britannia Code Geass Jun Fukuyama Lacus Clyne Gundam SEED Destiny Rie Tanaka
30 2007 Lelouch Vi Britannia Code Geass Jun Fukuyama C.C. Code Geass Yukana
31 2008 Lelouch Vi Britannia Code Geass 2 Jun Fukuyama C.C. Code Geass 2 Yukana
32 2009 Gintoki Sakata Gin Tama Tomokazu Sugita Yui Hirasawa K-On! Aki Toyosaki
33 2010 Ichirōta Kazemaru Inazuma Eleven Yuka Nishigaki Yui Hirasawa K-On!! Aki Toyosaki
34 2011 Ranmaru Kirino Inazuma Eleven GO Yū Kobayashi Haruna Otonashi Inazuma Eleven GO Hinako Sasaki
35 2012 Ranmaru Kirino IInazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone Yū Kobayashi Kinako Nanobana IInazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone Aoi Yūki
36 2013 Levi Attack on Titan Hiroshi Kamiya Kinako Nanobana IInazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone Aoi Yūki
37 2014 Makoto Tachibana Free! Eternal Summer Tatsuhisa Suzuki Diane Nanatsu no Taizai Aoi Yūki
38 2015 Karamatsu Osomatsu-san Yuichi Nakamura Kagura Gin Tama Rie Kugimiya
39 2016 Victor Nikiforov Yuri on Ice Junichi Suwabe Kagura Gin Tama Rie Kugimiya

Voice acting[edit]

Megumi Hayashibara won 12 times and Akira Kamiya won 11 times. In 1994, Megumi Ogata won the voice actress, the Male character (Kurama) and the Female character (Haruka Tenoh).

No. Year Voice actor Voice actress
1 1979[1] Akira Kamiya Noriko Ohara
2 1980 1st half[2]
3 1980 2nd half[3]
4 1981[4] Mami Koyama
5 1982[5] Toshio Furukawa
6 1983[6] Akira Kamiya
7 1984[7] Sumi Shimamoto
8 1985[8] Saeko Shimazu
9 1986[9] Kazuki Yao Mayumi Tanaka
10 1987[10] Akira Kamiya Sumi Shimamoto
11 1988[11]
12 1989[12] Megumi Hayashibara
13 1990[13]
No. Year Voice actor
14 1991[14] Megumi Hayashibara
15 1992[15]
16 1993[16]
17 1994[17] Megumi Ogata
18 1995[18] Megumi Hayashibara
19 1996[19]
20 1997[20]
21 1998[21]
22 1999[22]
23 2000[23]
24 2001[24]
25 2002[25] Sōichirō Hoshi
26 2003[26] Romi Park
27 2004[27] Akira Ishida
28 2005[28] Sōichirō Hoshi
29 2006
30 2007 Jun Fukuyama
31 2008
32 2009 Aki Toyosaki
33 2010 Daisuke Ono
34 2011 Mamoru Miyano
35 2012 Yūki Kaji
36 2013
37 2014 Tatsuhisa Suzuki
38 2015 Jun Fukuyama
39 2016 Hiroshi Kamiya
40 2017 Sōma Saitō

Song[edit]

No. Year Song Type Singer Title
1 1979[1] "Kita no okami, minami no tora" OP Mitsuko Horie Yakyuu-kyo no Uta
2 1980 1st half[2] "Fukkatsu no Ideon" OP Isao Taira Space Runaway Ideon
3 1980 2nd half[3] "Cosmos ni kimi to" ED Keiko Toda Space Runaway Ideon
4 1981[4] "Lum no Love Song" OP Yuko Matsutani Urusei Yatsura
5 1982[5] "Macross" OP Makoto Fujiwara Super Dimension Fortress Macross
6 1983[6] "HELLO VIFAM" OP TAO Ginga Hyōryū Vifam
7 1984[7] "Ai Oboeteimasuka?" BGM Mari Iijima (Lynn Minmay) Do You Remember Love?
8 1985[8] "Ro Ro Ro Russian roulette" OP Meiko Nakahara Dirty Pair
9 1986[9] "Kanashimi yo Konnichi wa" OP Yuki Saito Maison Ikkoku
10 1987[10] "Get Wild" ED TM Network City Hunter
11 1988[11] "BEYOND THE TIME" ED TM Network Char's Counterattack
12 1989[12] "Yasashisa ni Tsutsumaretanara" ED Yumi Matsutoya Kiki's Delivery Service
13 1990 "Blue Water"[13] OP Miho Morikawa Nadia and the Secret of Blue Water
14 1991[14] "Winners" ED G-Grip Future GPX Cyber Formula
15 1992[15] "Moonlight Densetsu" OP DALI Sailor Moon
16 1993[16] "Moonlight Densetsu" OP DALI Sailor Moon
17 1994[17] "Yuzurenai Negai" OP Naomi Tamura Magic Knight Rayearth
18 1995[18] "Zankoku na Tenshi no These" OP Yoko Takahashi Neon Genesis Evangelion
19 1996[19] "Zankoku na Tenshi no These" OP Yoko Takahashi Neon Genesis Evangelion
20 1997[20] "Rondo–Revolution" OP Masami Okui Revolutionary Girl Utena
21 1998[21] "Dearest" ED Yumi Matsuzawa Prince of Darkness Nadesico
22 1999[22] "Butter-Fly" ED Kōji Wada Digimon Adventure
23 2000[23] "Platinum" OP Maaya Sakamoto Cardcaptor Sakura
24 2001[24] "For Fruits Basket" OP Ritsuko Okazaki Fruits Basket
25 2002[25] "Anna ni Issho Datta no ni" ED See-Saw Gundam SEED
26 2003[26] "Melissa" OP Porno Graffitti Fullmetal Alchemist
27 2004[27] "Ignited" OP T.M.Revolution Gundam SEED Destiny
28 2005[28] "Kimi wa Boku ni Niteiru" ED See-Saw Gundam SEED Destiny
29 2006 "COLORS" OP FLOW Code Geass
30 2007 "Take It! Sailor Uniform" OP Aya Hirano, Emiri Katō, Kaori Fukuhara, and Aya Endo Lucky Star
31 2008 "Monochrome no Kiss" OP SID Black Butler
32 2009 "Don't Say "Lazy"" ED Yōko Hikasa with Aki Toyosaki, Satomi Satō, and Minako Kotobuki K-On!
33 2010 "Bokura no Goal" OP T-Pistonz+KMC Inazuma Eleven
34 2011 "Orion o nazoru" OP Unison Square Garden Tiger & Bunny
35 2012 "V.I.P." OP Sid Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
36 2013 "Guren no Yumiya" OP Linked Horizon Attack on Titan
37 2014 "Dried Up Youthful Fame" OP Oldcodex Free! Eternal Summer
38 2015 "Hanamaru Pippi wa Yoi Ko dake" OP AouP Osomatsu-san
39 2016 History Maker OP Dean Fujioka Yuri on Ice

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