Yamada may be shy and rather clumsy, but the flower gardens at her school have always brought her happiness. Suddenly, a different sort of beauty catches her eye—the vivacious track star, Kase-san. Although the two girls don't seem to have much in common, they soon start a romance where each must learn an important lesson in tending their budding relationship. Can the two girls, so different from each other, learn how to make their first love blossom?
Source: Seven Seas
Asagao to Kase-san throws us into the start of a relationship. Two girls have started dating, but they're both very inexperienced. The story's narrative focuses on their initial troubles with communication and understanding, while also cluing us in on who these characters are and what their lives are like. It's a very simple story, and it only lasts 50 minutes or so, and I wouldn't highlight the narrative as an... read more
This anime is very clearly an adaptation meant to flutter the hearts of those who have already read the source material, and, to that end, perhaps it succeeds. But for someone who did not (and likely will not, given how this went) read the comic, Asagao to Kase-san is…fine. Maybe even pretty okay, if you’re in a good mood. Because, given that there is no context for who these girls are or... read more
Kimi no Hikari: Asagao to Kase-san.