Two young girls travel through a desolate landscape in search of food, water, and fuel for their precious Kettenkrad motorbike. Although the world they wander through is a lonely one, Chito and Yuuri find happiness in the little things they encounter on their journey: a forgotten supply of military rations, a hot bath thanks to a leaky pipe in an abandoned power plant, or the discovery of a lone autonomous robot protectively guarding a solitary fish. Even if human civilization is dead, these two can always find something to live for.
Starry Sky / War
Bath / Journal / Laundry
Encounter / City / Streetlights
Photograph / Temple
House / Nap / The Sound of Rain
Accident / Technology / Takeoff
Labyrinth / Cooking
Memories / Spiral / Moonlight
Technology / Aquarium / Life
Train / Wavelength / Capture
Culture / Destruction / The Past
Connection / Friends
This anime can be summed up in a single word "bittersweet". The anime is a Slice-of-life of two girls, travelling forward to an undetermined location for no particular reason in a decaying world. A happy story full with love and friendship, and silly childish topics, being set up in a dark, cruel, lonely and depressing background. It's seinen alright and i'm not sure younger audiences will enjoy it as much as older viewers What I like the most is: it is not only a piece of media, but also a space for audiences to reflect on the meaning of many daily things that we have taken for grant. A real surreal experience. The animation is good, and set the atmosphere well, but nothing outstanding. The girl was not unique but befitting the story perfectly. The music is probably amongst the best in anime and set the atmosphere perfectly. Overall a 10/10 in my book. Would give 11/10 if I could
If you're looking for something to watch while unwinding from a stressful day, this show is perfect. It's in the iyashikey genre, so there is no action, but it's still interesting to see the girls wander the shattered remains of a city long dead.
Great show, though many people might not be interested cause of the slow pace and minimalistic action. Another adventure show similar to Kino's journey, pretty calming and chill. Pleasantly surprised that German Uniforms, a Krettenkrad and even Sturmtigers etc, can be found lots of the scenery. The art style of the enviroments is also quite beautiful and interesting. Many of the episodes have a hidden meaning behind them, though not super deep, they're deep enough you leave you thinking.
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