Fan service or service cut (サービスカット) is a risque scene from popular Japanese media. It provides “service” to the viewers and has no bearing on the plot or character development. Its main purpose is to please fans in a lighthearted and mildly sexual way. Fan services appear on Japanese manga, light novels, anime, film, and video games. The colloquial term for the risque moments in Japanese media is service kai (サービス回), which include moments like the clothes-changing scene, beach scene, hot spring scene, shower scene, bed scene, and any compromising scene. Scenes that exemplify the “moe” characteristics of a character could count as service kai. The other meaning of fan service or fansa (ファンサ) is the act of pleasing fans. Celebrities, idols, and actors would shake hands with the fans, sign autographs on their merchandise or paper, perform spontaneous acts based on their roles, throw kisses during live performances and stages, and respond to the audience’s encore. There are tons of series that utilize fan service. The intention lies from simple attention-grabbing to something profound and deep. Examples of Fan Service-filled series are Neon Genesis Evangelion, Tenchi Muyo!, Love Hina, Kill La Kill, Keijo!!!!!, Food Wars, Prison School, the Monogatari series, Fairy Tail, and Highschool of the Dead.