Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai
Once, there was a group of close childhood friends. However, by the time they entered high school, they had grown apart from each other. These are:
Jin-tan - The hikikomori.
Anaru - She just wants to hang out with her girlfriends.
Yukiatsu and Tsuruko - These two are proper school-going students.
Poppo - Rather than enter high school, he had opted to do some travelling.
Menma - The one unchanging constant of the group.
One day, Menma meets Jin-tan and asks him to fulfil her wish. For this, these widely separated companions gather once more.
Check out what else is aired during this season.
Kayano Ai as Honma Meiko, Tomatsu Haruka as Anjou Naruko, Kondou Takayuki as Hisakawa Tetsudou, Sakurai Takahiro as Matsuyuki Atsumu, Hayami Saori as Tsurumi Chiriko Irino Miyu as Yadomi Jinta
Rare for an anime to have this quality. Thoughtful retrospective of how much we've lose growing up. Properly the longest title of an anime we ever reviewed. Still I can relate to this anime as it shows how much we grow apart as we grow up. The friends I once had have grown up with kids of their own. Yet this show's appeal that it doesn't have to be that way.
Looks like this be a good one.
stuff happened. we can all relate to that.
The name is too long, how will I watch this at home? Which (is what) I want to, because it is a great storyline.
The premise has a lot of potential and characters are engaging, but a story centered on a little girl's death demands a firmer commitment to the series than I really want to make. (I expect it to be more or less depressing until the story is resolved.)
I have found the premise of this series quite interesting and hopeful.
tasteful, not-overdone kawaii
No Notes at this time
Official Website Japanese
No infringement is intended and this article is purely for informational purposes.
The images of the series are for indicative purposes only.