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* See the image accompanying this page? It's from ''Anime/FiveCentimetersPerSecond'' by MakotoShinkai, perhaps anime's greatest purveyor of scenery porn.
* ''Anime/DotHackSign''
* Almost everything from ''{{Literature/Paprika}}''... in fact just about everything by Satoshi Kon follows this trope.
* The {{anime}} adaptation of ''Manga/AoiHana'' has a lot of it, exploiting [[RealPlaceBackground Kamakura's eye-catching sceneries]].
* The first episode of ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' gave a nice glance at the scenery in the South China Sea. Manga/BlackLagoon in general goes pretty far with lavish scenery all the time. Just most of it is the craptown of Roanapur rather than the South China Sea, but it's still full of incredible detail.
* ''{{Manga/Blame}}'' is a unique version of this trope. It obviously lives and breathes Scenery Porn, but it is much less "pretty backgrounds" and more amazingly-detailed, gritty, futuristic architecture... and it ''works''.
* ''Anime/LeChevalierDEon''. The animators in this series like to use many types of cinematic shots and camera pans that are more associated with live-action than {{anime}}, and it results in many GORGEOUS shots of Paris and Versailles.
* ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere'' has some amazing sunsets and vistas.
* Hal Film Maker seems to be really good at this with their SliceOfLife work.
** ''{{Manga/ARIA}}'' , the TropeNamer, has [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/aria-scenery.jpg magnificent backdrops]] for something that is basically just a simple SliceOfLife show. Some reviewers even argue that the [[CityOfCanals city of Neo Venezia]] actually plays the main role.
** ''[[Manga/{{Sketchbook}} Sketchbook ~full color'S~]]'' has several shots of hilly landscape around the town, and of the town itself.
** ''[[Manga/MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]''. If you just quickly look past it, you might think that the background is [[GISSyndrome photographs inserted into anime]], instead of actual drawing.
** ''Anime/UtaKata'' has a lot of emphasis on the Japanese town of Kamakura, with its historic sites and pretty beaches. The dream sequences are also beautifully rendered.
** ''{{Anime/Tamayura}}'' never misses a chance to show beautiful shots from [[RealPlaceBackground the seaside town in which it is set]], living up to its role as {{spiritual successor}} to ''{{Anime/Kamichu}}''.
* The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' universe as a whole has this. Macross Zero, Macross DYRL, and MacrossFrontier are standouts.
** ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' did it wonderfully with the first several episodes showing off the beauty of the Frontier fleet. One episode is mostly Sheryl exploring the fleet in amazement at gorgeousness that [[MemeticSexGoddess rivals her own]]. [[spoiler:But over the course of the series and their conflict with the Vajra, those shots steadily turn into SceneryGorn. The last scene in the series, of their new home, is full of Scenery Porn though.]]
* Productions from KyotoAnimation exhibit beautiful scenery that were often inspired by [[RealPlaceBackground real world locations]]. Among them include:
** ''{{VisualNovel/AIR}}'', where the beautifully rendered sea and blue sky with white clouds serve as symbols in both the game and the {{anime}} series. The town is also depicted with great detail.
** ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]'' pays a surprising amount of attention to its backgrounds, a small city and the local high school, despite the fact that these locations will initially seem mundane. [[http://infinitemirai.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/nishinomiya-hyogo-home-of-the-melancholy-of-suzumiya-haruhi/ The locations were inspired by Nishinomiya]]. Sharp-eyed viewers will also witness the five planes of motion illustrating such ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome exciting]]'' activities as Kyon walking to school and the background in the [[spoiler:Asakura vs. Yuki fight.]]
** ''[[http://infinitemirai.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/locations-of-kanon/ Kanon]]'' and ''[[http://infinitemirai.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/mizuho-tokyo-home-of-clannad/ CLANNAD]]'' were also inspired by real-world locations and are depicted beautifully.
** "[[http://infinitemirai.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/kyoto-region-home-of-k-on/ K-On!]]" takes a leaf from other Kyoto Animation works and features spectacular scenery, whether it be the sunsets and sunrises the girls see, or local parks and rivers.
* ''Anime/MelodyOfOblivion'''s [[color:blue:water]]color-style backgrounds are very beautiful, although because of the rich symbolism, they often are important to the {{plot}}.
** To be fair, a number of {{anime}} [=JCStaff=] worked on (things like ''Manga/HoneyAndClover'' and ''Manga/NodameCantabile'' to name a few) have that great [[color:blue:water]]color background going on. Sometimes, it goes to the detriment of actual animation quality, but the backgrounds are plain beautiful.
* The scenery in ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'' is nothing short of beautiful. It's clear that Creator/A1Pictures puts a lot of time, money, and effort into the series, as every bit of detail for the village and its surroundings are well illustrated.
* ''Manga/KiminiTodoke'''s {{anime}} adaptation is saturated with beautiful, pastel-colored backdrops.
* ''{{Anime/Kamichu}}'' has a lot of shots of Onomichi, the seaside town where the main characters live, emphasizing the hilly landscape and shoreline.
* ''Manga/BlueDrop'' contains many beautifully animated sceneries, usually involving lots of seabirds or Hagino's spaceship standing in for a submarine.
* MasashiKishimoto of ''{{Manga/Naruto}}'' has become a master of this in recent years. From the panoramas of Konoha, to the other villages, to various battlefields.
* KenAkamatsu loves this trope.
** See (don't worry, it's Work Safe) [[http://img339.imageshack.us/img339/6901/hsharenetculittlebakany.jpg the title page]] from one of his [[BleachedUnderpants early doujins]]. Yes, he even puts Scenery Porn into actual porn.
** ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' is infamous for its beautiful backgrounds which were made on a computer. Most of the tankoubon volumes actually have appendices showing off the models, and listing the real-world architectural influences they draw upon. Many people complain that they look out of place, what with the character models being simplistic to the point of OnlySixFaces, although they certainly add a great deal to the atmosphere, especially once the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v20/c186/14.html Magic]] [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v24/c214/2.html World]] arc gets started.
** While it isn't as advanced or as noticed, Ken Akamatsu's previous series, ''Manga/LoveHina'', had its backgrounds similarly developed.
* ''{{Anime/ICE}}'' contains a quite a few pretty shots of the dystopian future world it tries to warn against.
* ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'' may be a subversion, as it features incredible artwork and attention to detail, but in a very gloomy, run-down city setting. Not the second movie though, you get a very beautiful city for at least a good half.
* ''{{Anime/Gankutsuou}}'' was known for this, regarding specially the psychedelic patterns
* ''{{Manga/Mushishi}}'' has lots of it as well.
* ''Anime/MouryouNoHako'' has lovely background animation with vibrant colours and gorgeous shots of flowers, trees, riverbanks, picturesque little villages and the like.
* ''Anime/OriginSpiritsOfThePast'' is completely this, to the point where the characters and {{plot}} only get in the way.
* The works of KatsuhiroOtomo, such as ''{{Manga/Akira}}'', whose formal education was in the field of architecture, is known for his painstakingly rendered urban landscapes. You will say {{holy shit|Quotient}}. This is noticeable even in his earlier works, which take place in [[{{Domu}} a city in the seventies]] and not in any magnificent Neo-Tokyo.
* ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell''
** The ''Ghost in the Shell'' film has the haunting, wordless, boat ride sequence.
** ''Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence'' was godly in this regard.
** The ''Stand Alone Complex'' series have extremely detailed backgrounds for TV animation.
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Every single movie has at least one positively epic set piece in full ConspicuousCG. And they are ''gorgeous''.
** You're also likely to see that set piece get absolutely trashed at some point when the local OlympusMons get pissed.
** The movies also tend to open with gratuitous, sweeping shots of wild Pokémon. These are also typically gorgeous.
** The entire three part mini arc with the resolution of Team Galactic, from Hunter J's ship getting sucked up with water to the Spear Pillar...whoa. Just whoa.
** The regular series isn't too bad, either. The backgrounds have gotten a ''lot'' better: just compare the forests as seen in the Orange Islands arc to those in ''Black and White''. The trees, riverbeds, and cliffsides are more meticulously painted, and so are some of the city areas.
* ''{{Anime/Texhnolyze}}'', despite its bleak surroundings, features some startlingly beautiful and detailed scenery.
* Both ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' and ''Anime/SamuraiChamploo'' (or really, any {{anime}} directed by Shinichiro Watanabe) feature this in spades.
* ''Anime/EveNoJikan'' and it's precursor ''Aquatic Language'' both feature sumptuously lit, gorgeously filmed ''coffee houses'' (with [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots interesting clientele]]).
* ''[[VisualNovel/EfAFairyTaleOfTheTwo ef: A Tale of Memories]]'' plays this trope to sometimes absurd levels, often [[RuleOfCool abandoning realism totally for its backgrounds]].
* ''Anime/SeireiNoMoribito'' has the lush GhibliHills of their "real world" and the strange, spectacular SpiritWorld, both shown in eventless, lingering shots and accompanied by the proper soundtrack. Moribito's Scenery Porn might as well be X-rated. It's that damn good!
* ''Anime/ALittleSnowFairySugar'' does this to [[ShownTheirWork show off]] the tourist-bait preserved medieval German village where the series is set.
* In ''{{Manga/Mokke}}'' the characters are often placed in shots that offer a good view of the hilly surroundings around the main characters' village. Yes, the Japanese really love their hills.
* Arguably a lot of ''{{Manga/Yotsuba}}'' is devoted to stunningly realistic and gorgeously detailed drawings of Yotsuba's ordinary Japanese suburb, including several beautiful shots of the surroundings.
** Most fans say that it's why the chapters update so rarely.
* ''Anime/DiamondDaydreams'' is rife with beautiful shots of Hokkaido, Japan's northern-most island--so much, that it sometimes feels as if show has been sponsored by the Hokkaido Tourism Organisation.
* The city of Alto Mare in ''Anime/PokemonHeroes''. Based on [[CityOfCanals Venice, Italy]] and absolutely beautiful. Hell, you could say this for ''all'' the ''Film/{{Pokemon}}'' movies. Every one of them opens up with a gratuitous, sweeping shot of the environment, and every one of them has some kind of ridiculously epic set piece that will [[SceneryGorn probably get messed up pretty bad]]. It's become a joke among fans that the studios use research for movies as an excuse to go on a vacation.
* {{Creator/CLAMP}} have made some good {{manga}} examples of this, which may or may not carry over to the animated adaptations. Present more or less in all their works but mostly in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'', where some of the background art is truly spectacular (Rekort, Outo and Piffle, anyone?).
* ''Manga/DragonBall'' is also rife with breathtaking establishing shots (that more often than not get [[SceneryGorn blown up]] in the course of fight scenes) -- it helps that Toriyama has a small army's worth of assistants to draw in all the windows of a skyscraper.
* ''Manga/YokohamaKaidashiKikou'' is positively awash with it, both in the {{manga}} and in the {{anime}}. There is no chapter or episode without some beautiful landscape thrown in, and there are a lot of chapters consisting of NOTHING ELSE than Scenery Porn. It is also should be considered as epitome of the grass Porn.
* In ''{{Manga/Amanchu}}'', Kozue Amano again showcases her ability to draw lovely backgrounds, which was already the trademark of her highly successful other work, ''{{Manga/ARIA}}''.
* ''Anime/BinchouTan'' blends the {{moe}}-aesthetic with lots of lovely shots of the hill and the town at its foot. Whether this is a match made in heaven or hell is up to debate.
* ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'' has some pretty stunning scenes. Sakura petals, cityscapes, giant Ferris wheels... pretty much all of the background work (of the {{manga}}) is impressive.
* ''Manga/TimeStrangerKyoko''.
* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' has a nice moment of this, when, during a tournament held on an island, one fighter flies (he's one of the few in the series who can) up high over the island to get a good look at the ocean and feel the sunshine and the breeze; understandable, he's from the Demon World.
* You could say Scenery Porn is largely responsible for the snail's-pace at which chapters of ''{{Manga/Berserk}}'' are released.
* ''{{Anime/Basquash}}'' treats the viewers to some very pretty shots of a [[UsedFuture shabby cityscape]].
* Creator/EiichiroOda's detailed drawings of backgrounds and buildings in recent volumes of ''Manga/OnePiece'' (especially the Thriller Bark arc) may qualify: although they don't distract from the story or the foreground, careful attention is still paid to them and they are one of the reasons for the more cinematic quality of the {{anime}} of late. Also, whenever the characters visit a new locale in the {{manga}}, a good page and a half is almost always dedicated to giving readers a good view the place.
* ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast'' does this, even with Washington DC where particular attention was paid to Dulles and the White House. [[http://i30.tinypic.com/2qa8f7q.jpg The entire]] [[http://i29.tinypic.com/2n71sg5.jpg frikkin']] [[http://i32.tinypic.com/15ck57q.jpg show]]. [[http://i30.tinypic.com/9uvpcg.jpg Magnificent]].
* OsamuTezuka, the grandfather/deity of {{manga}} and {{anime}}, ''loved'' to do this. Many of his serious works, like ''{{Manga/Buddha}}'' and ''{{Manga/Phoenix}}'', devote a noticeably large number of pages to showing gorgeously drawn vistas and photorealistic architecture. His works often devote entire pages to such beautiful scenery for nothing more than an establishing shot. There is also a huge contrast between Tezuka's simplified and cartoony character designs and the detail put into the full-page landscape art; it creates an effect that makes the characters stand out by visually separating humans and animals from inanimate objects and greenery.
* ''Anime/RealDrive'' wallows in it, to the point of completely abandoning the {{plot}} just to show some lovely scenery.
* ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'' has one of the most unbelievably beautiful schools ''ever''. Both versions are extremely unlikely, but the quality and gorgeousness of the scenery makes it well worth it. Amazing in that Utena was a ''budget'' series.
* So imagine just ''what'' KunihikoIkuhara was [[UpToEleven able to do later]] with the truckloads of money he got for ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum''! See: [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:ColorfulHouse.jpg the Takakura home]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:Vlcsnap-2011-09-23-01h35m07s28.png Himari's room]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:Ep02-ohka-gates.jpg the gates to Ringo's school]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:Vlcsnap-2011-09-23-18h57m32s65.png Ping Seven]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:Vlcsnap-2011-09-23-18h53m51s157.png the lingerie shop]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:Vlcsnap-2011-09-23-19h39m12s219.png the building where Ringo lives with her mom]], [[http://pingroup.glittering-crux.net/File:MasakosHouse.jpeg the Natsume mansion]], etc.
* ''{{Manga/Monster}}'' has a good bit of this, with many RealLife locations being painstakingly drawn.} To some extent this can be said for every {{Manga}} written by Naoki Urasawa. ''{{Manga/Pluto}}'' is especially fond of this as well.
* ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' has this in spades, with some of the most mind-blowing scenes also beautifully rendered.
** Most Creator/StudioShaft works also apply, using [[DesignStudentsOrgasm flat, shiny surfaces for most of their backgrounds that somewhat resemble stained glass]] and PopArt. See the entry on ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' below.
* Kenichi Sonada's ''Anime/RidingBean'' and ''Manga/GunsmithCats'' (both {{anime}} and {{manga}} versions) are set in Chicago. Sonada took a tour of Chicago before ''Manga/GunsmithCats'' was drawn, and took copious photographs and notes. As a result, it's not only possible for natives of the city to pinpoint where the action sequences take place, but also ''when'', as Sonada happened to be visiting the city during a major face-lift being given to the Field Museum--and his animators faithfully reproduced the scaffolding that framed the building for a significant period of time.
* ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', renowned for its high quality matte paintings, is fitted with some [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=9272&fullsize=1 pretty]] [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=9255&fullsize=1 stunning]] [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=29704&fullsize=1 landscapes]], from [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=8347&fullsize=1 buildings]] to [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=9676&fullsize=1 battlefields]], [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=8319&fullsize=1 trees]], [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=8939&fullsize=1 flowers]], [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=8029&fullsize=1 fire]], [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=29891&fullsize=1 the ocean]] and [[http://animay.net/gallery3/displayimage.php?pid=9465&fullsize=1 the sky]].
* ''Anime/DennouCoil'' has beautifully rendered shots of the town and the virtual environments mixed with it.
* ''{{Anime/Mononoke}}'' (not [[Anime/PrincessMononoke that one]]) has very detailed, stunning backgrounds similar to ukiyo-e art, particularly in the earlier arcs.
** Although "[[Anime/PrincessMononoke that one]]" is no slouch in the scenery porn arena, either.
* ''{{Anime/Noir}}'' does this for some of its locales, in particular [[http://www.projectnoir.com/images_gallery_lineart_episode01_NOIR142.gif Paris]] and the Alps.
* Any {{manga}} written by Ueshiba Riichi largely consists of Scenery Porn. You can spend hours examining all the details he put into backgrounds.
** While ''Manga/MysteriousGirlfriendX'' is loved by many, the only reason most can form into words is the beautiful backgrounds.
* ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' has a spectacular amount of this. Kosuke Fujishima is a huge fan of highly-detailed, perfectly-rendered buildings, often drawing vast scenes of a town market or technological district, not to mention Keiichi and Belldandy's amazing Temple/House. It extends to his [[AuthorAppeal love of vehicles]] as well.
* ''Anime/SoraNoWoto'' is.... Just... Look. Look I brought you a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTbJbHCSUUE PV]]
* ''Anime/LastExile'' pretty much never stops doing this.
* ''Manga/FistOfTheBlueSky'' has lots of this, compared to its SceneryGorn predecessor, ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''.
* ''Anime/RedLine'' takes this to downright [[PerverseSexualLust perverse levels]], combining with TechnologyPorn before the pair begin making sweet love to your eyeballs, and then [[UpToEleven the race begins...]]
* ''Anime/TekkonKinkreet'' is chocked full of these. Nearly every background, inside and out, are painstakingly detailed, yet still manage to retain a soft, hand-drawn appearance. This even applies to scenes that [[ConspicuousCG incorporate CGI]], which also uses textures that are hand-drawn.
* ''Manga/NurarihyonNoMago'' always does sweeping shots of their massively detailed scenery. The shot often also moves into the main house as though a camera were gliding through. Add in the impressive CGI cherry blossoms that sway in the wind magnificently and you can see that it is fuelled by this trope. Both of the opening credits are also amazing in this respect.
* ''{{Literature/Kurozuka}}'' does this with everything from flowers to blood and dystopian cities.
* ''Anime/HellGirl'', particularly at Ai's house and in the psychedelic scenes.
* TanakaYutaka is known for well-illustrated {{manga}} with at least a few pages of Scenery Porn, but his ''Manga/MimiaHime'' turns it UpToEleven.
* ''Anime/HanasakuIroha'' is very, very beautiful to look at, with the background almost reaching movie level. Many of the scenes are so photo-realistic that screen captures taken into photo shop and adjusted with the automatic "levels" tool don't change at all!
* ''Anime/RODTheTV'' pulls this off. [[http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_llc8i8rqli1qimlono1_500.jpg See.]]
* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' takes this to UpToEleven not just with the breathtaking shots of a futuristic Japan (just ''look'' at Madoka's house in the first episode!), but also with the witches' barriers, which combine DerangedAnimation and DesignStudentsOrgasm to make for some surreally beautiful environments.
* The ''VideoGame/InazumaEleven'' {{anime}} has extremely detailed backgrounds. And with the camera revolving around Endou or Tachimukai whenever either of them uses God Hand, the shots are redone with a new background every time it's used in a new location.
* ''VideoGame/DanballSenki'' is led by the same team ({{Level 5}} with OLM) as ''Inazuma Eleven'' and it shows, although the CGI is a bit more [[ConspicuousCG conspicuous]] (likely an intentional stylistic choice, since it's a futuristic sci-fi series).
* The ''Manga/WanderingSon'' {{anime}}. Even for all its faults with the {{manga}} fans, you can't help but notice how high-quality and gorgeous the {{anime}} is. There's not a moment of OffModel, the {{anime}} team payed attention to detail, and the series overall looks like an {{anime}} movie rather then a TwelveEpisodeAnime. It's especially noticeable at the end of the first episode, with the [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_rovr5Of6iUU/TS9idX3Pd9I/AAAAAAAAEH8/Rpba8NV1JOQ/s1600/hm18.jpg Sakura]] [[http://chocolatesyrupywaffles.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/vlcsnap-00064.png Blossom]] scene.
* Every ''{{Manga/Kekkaishi}}'' volume cover is breathtakingly pretty in some way, to say nothing of the scenery within the manga itself.
* The main reason ''[[Manga/ArukuHito The Walking Man]]'' exists.
* [[CityOfAdventure Ikebukuro]] is gorgeously drawn in ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}''.
* In the ''SaintBeast'' anime there is a lot of time spent panning over the peaceful scenery of heaven.
* ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'', being a retelling of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' using modern computer-rendered animation and CG, has a fair share of this. One notable example is an EstablishingShot in 2.0 depicting the day-by-day movement of Tokyo-3 in a calm morning. The [[GeniusLoci shifting buildings]], [[BuffySpeak the moving solar-power thingies]], train lines and such, all well animated and scored by a fitting soundtrack. The original series also has its moments, specially every time Shinji runs away.
* Both OVA series of ''Lightnovel/AiNoKusabi'' go out of their way to beautifully depict the sci-fi futuristic world of Amoi. The 2012 OVA especially with all of it's CGI shots of the landscape and sky.
* ''Literature/ArashiNoYoruNi'' never disappoints with the shots of the mountains and the plains, it's so idyllic and peaceful, makes you want to live there forever!
* ''Anime/TariTari'' is set in [[RealPlaceBackground the seaside resort town of Enoshima, Japan]] and the stunning backgrounds are at a level of detail that make you feel like you are looking at pictures of the town.
* The makers of ''Anime/NatsuiroKiseki'' make sure the viewer never forgets that [[RealPlaceBackground the town of Shimoda is located on Japan's extremely scenic Izu peninsula]].
* ''{{Anime/K}}'' is filled with this. Any long-shot can be a wallpaper. The show loves to play with lighting and is so damn pretty.
* Most of ''Anime/TheSkyCrawlers'' is this.
* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'', ''Manga/OnepunchMan'', and pretty much anything else drawn by Yusuke Murata is sheer artistic smut.
* ''{{Manga/Adekan}}'' is this taken UpToEleven. It's ridiculously rich in detail, beautifully drawn and makes the reader want to fall straight through the pages right into it... Then again... [[AnyoneCanDie maybe]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids not]]...
* ''Cesare'' most definitely. Fuyumi Soryo seems to take any opportunity she can to provide highly detailed shots of streets, the Arno river, elaborate estates and other such things that make up late 15th century Renaissance era Pisa.
* The anime-adaption of ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline''. Everything literally screams how well-producted and high quality this show is. Just look at the title-image of the novel's main site. It doesn't matter if it's Aincrad, Alfheim or the real world, The Scenery Porn is very strong in this adaption.
* ''FateKaleidLinerPrismaIlya'''s anime adaption has so, so much. Especially during [[spoiler:episode 6, where Saber makes a beautiful waterfall by using Excalibur.]] If the video is on 1080p, it's possible to see the '''gravel''' being thrown in the dust by attacks.
* ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'' likes to have the PowerTrio stop and admire the beauty of Cephiro, a land maintained in harmony and lacking in natural disaster through the efforts of the Pillar. It's very lush and green, with an opening shot of a vast sparkling sea, a floating island, and a cool volcano. It makes the subsequent decay into SceneryGorn more powerful.
* ''Franchise/LupinIII'' uses scenery porn to set the tone of the work, and showing the audience how well-off Lupin is doing at this time. He's varied from abandoned warehouses to ritzy hotels.
** ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' stands out as an example because it was directed by Creator/HayaoMiyazaki, and his CreatorThumbprint impacted the movies that followed.
* The ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' anime is [[http://31.media.tumblr.com/0194283dc95e0b0096cfe9a6335f31a9/tumblr_mlbru3UXO31s7a590o1_r1_500.png absolutely]] [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/c8ca50ae472c813ae5f977d445cb25aa/tumblr_mlbru3UXO31s7a590o6_r1_500.png full of it]] [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/3cd004116e71d94ec58f399d48e8868c/tumblr_mlbru3UXO31s7a590o5_r1_500.png in almost]] [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/aa90fd031f93f81e1e78b75b2b9c2b81/tumblr_mss6p7t7Up1rhz43wo1_500.gif every]] [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/1025efe0b7dbf4b6a92bddca05a47450/tumblr_ms5izf77MM1rja58oo1_500.gif single]] [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/a030b833996024f7d6573bc0d72af399/tumblr_mr08scwdNC1qg4vbho1_500.gif scene.]]
* ''LightNovel/KamisamaNoInaiNichiyoubi'', being animated by MadHouse, has some beautiful scenery, emphasizing the melancholy world that Ai and her friends travel.
* ''Manga/YamaNoSusume'' has Aoi and Hinata hiking through some gorgeous scenery.
* ''Manga/GhostTalkersDaydream'': We could easily say the manga in its entirety, due to the painstaking attention to detail in each scene. But [[http://v2012.mangapark.com/manga/vulgar-ghost-daydream/v5/c0/37 these two]] [[http://v2012.mangapark.com/manga/vulgar-ghost-daydream/v5/c0/96 scenes]] from chapter 12 is where it really shows.
* In ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', the CreativeClosingCredits feature a particularly scenic nighttime vista, panning over painterly cliffs with multiple waterfalls, a moonbow and a shooting star. A detailed skyscape is likewise featured as a reflection in water, with a [[WeirdMoon gigantic]] full moon, sparkling stars, and even a few nebulae.
* ''[[Anime/SakasamaNoPatema Sakasama no Patema]]'' could just as easily be renamed: ''[[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x16ty98_patema-inverted-theme-song-by-estelle-micheau_music "Scenery Porn: The Movie"]]'', as each scene is picturesque and often includes use of [[http://dalian.7thstyle.com/2012/06/Screen-Shot-2012-06-28-at-8.46.23-AM.png dramatic lighting and camera angles.]] The movie's soundtrack sets the tone for each shot, further enhancing the effect.

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