MjIsMaster's avatar By on Aug 5, 2014

The Verdict of "Aiura":

Story: (N/A)

Animation: The style itself isn't all that special, but regardless it's clean and well done when you get down to it.

Sound: The music itself wasn't all that memorizable, but I do recall that it was quite nice to listen to.

Characters: All characters were enjoyable. Not exactly the kind that you'd go all over for, but enough for you to understand them.

Enjoyment: Despite being a show that doesn't seem to have much content to survive reruns, it definatly isn't bad as it stands.

Overall: It's a decent, calm, and relaxing show you can watch for more than half an hour. If you favor shows that are more easy-going with some light comedy, I think that this show can meet that expectation.


?/10 story
7.5/10 animation
6.5/10 sound
7/10 characters
7/10 overall
xAluKardx's avatar By on Sep 20, 2013

Virtually no story and absolutely no action.

Simple, but cute and very bright characters.

Absolutely astonishing animation (fell in love with it within the first 10 seconds of the first episode (opening excluded)).

I know I am just a little bit weird, but I really enjoyed this series. Charming little episodes of cute nothingness that does not seem to repeat iself, flavored with some magnificent artwork and animation. Loved it, simple and straightforward.

Of course, to be completely fair I should say that half-an-episode openings are a bit irritating, that the series would not stand a chance in the normal 24-min format, and many other things. However, Aiura is not about that at all. Rather, it is about that warm cozy feeling that stays with you after every other episode.

It is a good representative of "what happens, when nothing happens" genre. And it happens so that I love it. Hence the overall score.

?/10 story
?/10 animation
?/10 sound
?/10 characters
8/10 overall
Darkmaster006's avatar By on May 25, 2015

"They were meaningless conversations, but nevertheless very fun."
The plot can be summarized on that single phrase that repeats itself every single time you play an episode.
The animation is pretty good, I loved how lively it was. It had a bright palette and it makes you feel happy.
The sounds are great. The first song is very catchy and fun to listen, and the second is calm and you don't get tired that easily of listening to it. The last one wasn't that good.
The characters were the best. Saki was my favorite, I felt as if she could be Ymir's and Historia's (from SnK) lovechild. The secondary characters were pretty fun, especially Yamashita.
The matter is: this anime is not aiming for a plot, it doesn't need one, it doesn't want to be like that (though it could very well be transformed into a anime with plot if they wanted to).
Basically, if you're searching for a blissful anime, one that leaves you with happy vibes when it ends, and one that doesn't take more than 30 minutes to watch, then you should be watching Aiura.

3/10 story
8/10 animation
10/10 sound
9/10 characters
8/10 overall
Pakuda's avatar By on Aug 28, 2013

I'm not even going to grace this show with a thought provoking review. It's just soooooo bad! so bad in fact, that I'm actually writting a "review" to make me feel better for having watched all of it. I mean, fuck.... TEEKYUU WAS BETTER THAN THIS SHIT, AND TEEKYUU FUCKIKNG SUCKS!!!! Whoever made this show is a fucking asshole. Fuck him! GOD DAMMIT!!!

1/10 story
8/10 animation
8/10 sound
1/10 characters
1/10 overall
Kyuuchan00's avatar By on Jul 13, 2013

So on a Anime website the synopsis is: 

The story centers around Amaya, Iwasawa, and Uehara—three "annoying, spirited high school girls with zero motivation"—and their classmates. Their daily life is "what happens when there is nothing happening."

Did you see the last sentence? 

Their daily life is "what happens when there is nothing happening."

And this is true. 

Normally when you watch school anime's, you expect something "extraordinary" to happen, may it be something super funny, a badass battle or a massacre and for each episode to be atleast max. 29minutes.

But Aiura is different...each episode goes 4minutes long, it has a full-on for me rather annoying OP and the storyline based on these girls is rather flat..there is nothing exciting happening in their life which takes us back to the upper sentence:

 Their daily life is "what happens when there is nothing happening."

The Animation on the other hand is absolutely gorgeous! It's soft, colorful, bright and light like a moving artwork. I totally adored this stlye.

The sound is good too - soft - matching the anime.

And the characters...I'd like to view them individually:

Kanaka Amaya is a very energetic girl, she maybe be cute in some way but because she is so loud and never stops talking I thought that she is quite the annoying type.

Saki Iwasawa reminds me more of the unmotivated, tomboy character. She seems to be the mature one of the trio, she can't careless about most things, loves to sleep and she is rough. I like Saki she's really amusing

So pretty much every anime has a character that's cute and in this case it is Ayuko Uehara. Her overall look reminded me a bit of K-On! yet she is her own personality.
She is the softest one of all and quite..I don't know..she's the angel of the three girls and just cute - if you watch Aiura you will know what I mean.

Overall I still give this Anime a 3 out of 10.

There's just nothing exciting happening through out the anime and it didn't get that amusing for me till I reached episode 8 and on.

I'm not going to say if Aiura is a "must watch" or a "don't watch"

I'll stick to - you can watch it if you like though keep in mind that there is nothing big to expect.

It's a cute little anime in someway but that's about it. 

3/10 story
10/10 animation
6/10 sound
6/10 characters
3/10 overall