In a lush and detailed fantasy world, magical airships sail amidst floating islands and villas. Luxurious earthly homes lie amidst hillsides of flowers and trees, and a lone pond houses a single shoot of life. Miniature tram cars come and go, ladies’ dresses flutter in the breeze, will o’ wisps dance in the midst of dusk and lights flicker warmly. With a lack of narrative, Iblard Jikan shows us these visions and more alongside a soundtrack of lilting melodies.
Many years ago, a boy found himself outside in the rain without shelter. Wandering into a part of the neighborhood he had never been to before, he was invited inside a house by a beautiful girl who captured his heart immediately. Once the rain had passed the boy left, promising to return someday; but he could never again find her and she quickly faded from his mind. Now the boy is an old man, and returns to his home town for the first time in decades. Much to his surprise, near an old factory, the girl of his dreams appears once more...
Cats cooking in a cauldron, winged goddesses floating in the air, hordes of chickens, flying devil and angel fairies, beautiful bishounen, and an unorthodox orchestra; what do these things have in common? Whimsy, beauty, and brilliance. Follow the vision of a gorgeous cast of characters as they fly, cook, and shine away!
Wish and Iblard Jikan both show eye-catching scenes on a fitting music background, in an abstract way. Iblar jikan is more centered on scneneries whereas Wish contains more action, and nonsense scenes. Both give a similar feeling however, as if visiting a completely different planet.
Alpha, an abandoned robot, runs a small shop in the backwoods of Japan. With an ever-present lack of customers, she passes the days enjoying the little things in life, such as the smell of freshly brewed coffee, and conversation with her neighbors. But when a typhoon emerges and damages the shop, Alpha decides to embark on a journey to see other parts of Japan, expand her horizons, and explore other aspects of life.