May 20, 2011

Summer 2011 Season Recommendation Part 1


The name of the show is

Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai

Or "We Still Don't Know the Name of the Flower we Saw that Day"

Or "Ano Hana" for short.

Ano Hana is about a high school student, Jintan, who recently became a NEET, and started staying home from school. One day, rather casually, his friend Menma appeared to him as a ghost, a rather cute ghost.

Menma told Jintan that he has to grant her wish so she can move on. Menma appeared older than she was when she died. Jintan thinks that she is his stress manifesting as a hallucination but still thinks she's real.

They begin their friendship again.

Menma and Jintan were part of a childhood crew of friends called the "Super Peace Busters."

Menma is sad that only Jintan can see her but Jintan can see her for a reason. What the reason is... you'll have to watch Ano Hana. If you like anime about romance, friendship, supernatural things but mostly shounen romance then watch this anime.
http://www.animetake.com/ano-hi-mita-hana-no-namae-wo-boku-tachi-wa-mada-shiranai-episode-1/

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