Anime Spring Season – Tsuki ga Kirei (月がきれい)I was watching this while working a Rukia's figure photo 2


Anime Spring Season – Tsuki ga Kirei (月がきれい)

I was watching this while working a Rukia's figure photo. It's your standard romance series among junior highschool students.

But what works well for this series I think is the awkwardness of navigating through a relationship and real life drama that ties with it. It flows well but the slice of life of a local area's festival/culture and the side stories from boys' and girls' point of view after the ending credits are what I'm enjoying.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsuki_ga_Kirei

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2 thoughts on “Anime Spring Season – Tsuki ga Kirei (月がきれい)I was watching this while working a Rukia's figure photo

  • Yukino Angela
    Yukino Angela

    I also like that there isn't any deliberate introduction of a third party that seems to waver their relationship – a trope that I'm bored of already. In fact, Azumi seems more like a third party in the "relationship" between Akane and Hira.

  • Meng Shen Lim
    Meng Shen Lim

    I am also wondering if LiNE is paying for appearing on this show.

    Since they feature the app so much, here is what they should also show

    1. Having to choose what to save. Apart from Google Hangouts, all these apps save to phone internal storage. The dilemma of keeping all those texts, images and so on. The constant need to plug phone into some sort of backup, etc.

    2. Better keep that phone no. since that's your LiNE ID right there. Don't know if Japan has MNP (Mobile No. Portability) but change providers mean a clean slate existence.

    3. Try getting a VOIP call from LiNE while on mobile data. Rather use smoke signals than that.

    Basically, the whole series is all positives of this mobile-based chat apps, without showing any of the pains involved.