Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni, also known as In This Corner of the World in English is a Japanese animated wartime drama film produced by MAPPA. The film is based on the manga written and illustrated by Fumiyo Kōno. Animatsu Entertainment licensed the global distribution rights of the film in June 2016. Shout! Factory has acquired the distribution rights for North America, with a U.S. theatrical release on August 11, 2017, co-released by Funimation Films. Here’s a quick preview of this magnificent movie. Credits to Animatsu Entertainment Plot Set in the timeline of 1930s–1940s where World War II being experienced by Japanese people, a young daydreamer embarks to the world full of hardship as she experiences adulthood along the way. Suzu was a talented illustrator who lives in Hiroshima and Kure, an unknown young man, had suddenly proposed to her, after remembering seeing Suzu ten years ago. With fantastic experiences, Suzu married him and moved to […]
An overwhelming experience, a road to the professional shogi player, yet a path to being kind to others. Haven’t check out my season 1 review? Check out 3-gatsu no lion.
Hello again, I’m back for more to satisfy my palate from this scrumptious story.The gang is back for a deeper backstory, which made them the characters we cheer for the longest run. Giving us another season of our favorite melodramatic anime. Here’s a quick recap of the Honey and Clover‘s previous season, let us discuss the last episode. Takemoto traveled on a bicycle towards Cape Sōya, the northernmost point of the island of Hokkaido Japan. He came back on August 30th, the end of summer and rushed to see Hagumi sleeping. Takemoto quietly held her hand. He manages to confide his feelings. At last, our boy is now a man! Now let’s introduce our Main and Secondary characters in Honey and Clover Season 2. Main Characters Hagumi Hanamoto A fourth-year Art student in the series. Alongside the preparation for the festival, an unfortunate accident changes […]
General Information ⊙ w ⊙ Hiro Fujiwara created the shoujo manga series Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Kaichou wa Maid-sama! was serialized in Hakusensha’s monthly shoujo manga magazine, Lala. Currently, there 18 published volumes under the Hana to Yume imprint in Japan. J.C. Staff produced a 26-episode anime adaptation and aired it between April and September 2010. Synopsis A once all-boys school, recently became a co-ed school. But despite the current changes in the school, the female population remains a minority. Misaki Ayuzawa is the student council president, she strives to make the school a much peaceful place for girls to study. She has gained the reputation of being a boy-hating demon dictator among the boys and a shining hope for the teachers and the female students. Although, despite her reputation, she secretly works part-time as a maid at a maid cafe. However, Usui Takumi, a well-known […]
“You choose to give up or make an effort. There are only these two choices for humans to choose from. You have to honestly tell them your feelings. The rest is up to them. To make an effort, or to give up would then be their choice. It was the same for you. It’s the same for everyone.” -Chica Umino Ayo! Hello to everyone. I’m here today to review this wonderful anime called Honey and Clover. For those who have seen the series, what was your impression? Did it make you realize something deep or did it start breaking your heart, filling it with emotions? Sit back and let me share my insights through this review. Hoping for future readers to have a bit of sneak peek to this anime. Let’s get to know each and one of them shall we. Honey and Clover Characters Hagumi […]
I’m not sure whether all of you know about this anime or not. Perhaps, kids in 1998 may be familiar on this series. Great Teacher Onizuka has been my favorite all over the time. Reviewing this anime recalls back my memory when I was a child, though to be honest, I watched this anime pretty late. It was when I was in junior high school year two. When you first see the cover, you would think that it was some kind of action/adventure type anime, but absolutely, it was not. In fact, it was under the Comedy genre. Somehow, it has a similarity with City Hunter but I believed both author has their own sense of humour. General Information Great Teacher Onizuka (グレート・ティーチャー・オニヅカ Gurēto Tīchā Onizuka) is a Japanese shōnen manga written and illustrated by Tooru Fujisawa. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from […]
A 27-year old named Kaizaki Arata is an unemployed because of his actions on quitting his first job. After being unemployed for quite some time, Yoake Ryou asked him for a ReLife.