Question: Why was KyoAni attacked?

Kyoto Animation arsonist says which scene he feels copied his work and incited attack. Shinji Aoba, the arsonist who set the fire at anime production company Kyoto Animations Fushimi studio in the summer of 2019, has admitted that his goal in the attack was to kill as many people as he could.

Why did they attack KyoAni?

Japanese media, citing unnamed police sources, reported in the aftermath that Aobas motive was the belief that Kyoto Animation had stolen a novel he wrote. The incident shocked Japan to the core. The country has exceedingly low rates of violent crime, and the victims were especially treasured within the anime world.

Did KyoAni recover?

OSAKA -- Kyoto Animation, which saw at least 36 employees killed in a devastating arson attack in July 2019, has been gradually coming back to life. Founded in 1981, KyoAni was established for applying the finishing touches to productions.

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