Wakana Sakai was involved in music, but gave it up one day. Konatsu Miyamoto loves singing and can't be torn from it. Sawa Okita would do anything for her closest friends. They laugh, they fight, they worry, they love... Through their very ordinary lives, little by little the girls learn to move forward. Sometimes they feel as if they can't go on alone, but as long as they have their friends, they believe they'll make it someday. Wakana, Konatsu, Sawa, and the music they make in their ensemble weave a tiny but dazzling story of the power of music.
Warning this review may contain spoilers- Today my review is for the anime Tari Tari , now this is a truely beautiful 13 episode anime and if you havent watched it, watch it now. The storyline is extremely detailed and it has been put together with care. The whole idea was amazing in itself. But I wouldn't recommend it to you if you don't like drama, there is also a chance you would cry but maybe... read more
Has to be said that the summer 2012 Anime season was a bit overrun with slice of life genre anime. However, Tari Tari caught my attention for two reasons; the first being the fact it’s a P.A Works title (The studio is most well-known for Angel Beats, and the winter horror series, Another, both of which I enjoyed), and the inclusion of music. I’m a big fan of K-ON!, so I was always drawn... read more
|Tari Tari Special||DVD Special||2014|