Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day

This anime gave me tears while watching the last episode of it, thinking what it did to me still give me chills. The show is known for short as Anohana and have 11 episodes that aired last 2011.

There are grade six students who are friends with each other but the accident of Meiko “Menma” Honma drift them apart years after a ghost of Menma showed to Jinta Yadomi to help her fulfill her wish.

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Anohana shows different life lessons and one of it is friendship, friendship is really not easy and hard to keep up with each other with differing opinion but whatever happens even a small or big problem there will always be misunderstanding but they will never leave you. My most favorite part of the anime was when they confront each other but in the end they were rekindled because of Menma. I felt sad for Menma where she wanted to touch her brother and when she wants her friends of to see her.I love every character of it and one thing I’m inlove is the ED song if it Secret Base version of 10 Years After.

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The only thing I hate about this is it made me cry, it touched me wholeheartedly. I highly recommend this to everyone because of the story, there is also a movie and a live adaptation to it. I give this a 10/10 because of everything.

 

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