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When young Ai makes an impromptu trip to the Japanese city of Kobe, she has no idea what to do after arriving. Luckily, help is at hand in the form of Kazami Kei, a giant chicken-man in a black tracksuit who decides to take time out of busy schedule to guide her around the city. As the pair travels around, Kazami hopes to open the Ai’s eyes to the fun of the Harborland amusement park, the joy of rotating cafés, and the beauty of Nunobiki Falls.
Fumiko, a timid school girl, shyly confesses her feelings for a boy named Takeshi. But rather than return the sentiments, he apologetically explains he needs to focus on baseball instead! Crying and embarrassed, Fumiko runs away down a hill – but she goes so fast, she can’t stop!
Half the length but infinitely more funny.
Though the time difference is probably negligible if you cut out Kobe's repetition and ads...
Either way, spend your 5 minutes watching this instead and you'll thank me after.
The future is bleak, and Honey has come from the future with a mission to save it. After acquiring the unsuspecting Takeru from the street, Honey requests a tour of Tokyo so that she can take the happiness she finds back to her time. From visiting Shibuya to eating sushi and watching sumo competitions, Honey will experience the joys of Tokyo and its people firsthand.
An old man who is the headmaster of a primary school bordering the ocean paints a picture of a whale, an animal he had seen so often off the coast when he was a boy and now sees all too seldom. He reminisces about his youth, when he simply considered whales a source of food, though he vividly remembers a time when a whale was speared by a whaling ship. He knew of no other way to treat whales then. But that day he sees the first whale he has done in a long time - and it is beached against the rocks. He races out of the school to come to the whale's aid...
Charming little adverts are first that will completely change you're view on them in the last few seconds.
In Kobe it's a character disappointment and in Whale it's a preachy let-down.
Watch both if you enjoyed that "Yay! Yay! Awwwww, pfft..." feeling.