For me it’s in this order:
1. Impressions of content (Interesting premise is all that it usually takes.)
2. The studio responsible (As much importance as director/cast for a movie)
3. The original work (if anime is based on a good scenario it has better chances of being good itself.)
4. Trailer impressions (I sometimes watch clips on Youtube before giving anime a try.)
5. “As far as possible I try to try watching it first and judge from that” (usually the first 2-3 episodes.)
7. Character design (fugly is a drawback.)
6. The motif
9. “I just try to watch it all if possible” (I also have other things to do.)
10. The seiyuu appearing (When I watch an anime I expect to see imaginary characters and associate their voices to them.
I have never understood why is this so important for Japanese…)
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