Japanese Teacher Draws Anime as Graduation Gift for Students

From My Neighbor Totoro to The Little Mermaid, he has drawn a variety of scenes for his graduating classes.

Twitter and Instagram user Hirotaka Hamasaki is a Japanese schoolteacher from Nara, Japan. He has a cool tradition in which he draws an anime scene on a chalkboard as a way to celebrate his graduating students.

This past school year, he sent his class off with a drawing of Kiki’s Delivery Service!

 

And last year he drew My Neighbor Totoro for his class.

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Hamasaki has even used The Little Mermaid and Little Twin Stars to congratulate classes on graduating.

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2015.3.1 #blackboard #chalkart #artclasses #littletwinstars #sanrio #黒板アート

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While not a graduation gift, Hamasaki helped his class out during a culture festival by drawing the iconic key visual from Your Name.

 

And to top things off, Hamasaki’s chalk art skills are not only limited to anime.

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Hamasaki’s chalk art is such a cool sendoff for his graduating classes. You can follow Hamasaki on Twitter and Instagram to see more amazing chalk art.

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I love all things that are cute, magic-based, and easy going! My biggest obsessions of all time are Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches and Fairy Tail. Let's go shipping!
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