Curry Noodles Are the Best Travel Companion
New Year's Solo Camper Girl
Surprise Camping and Some Deep Thoughts
What Are You Buying With Your Temp Job Money?
Caribou-kun and Lake Yamanaka
Cape Ohmama in Winter
Nadeshiko's Solo Camp Planning
Winter's End and the Day of Departure
The Izu Camp Trip Begins!
Izu Camping!! On the Way
Izu Camping!!! Birthdays!
If you told me after watching S1 that the sequel would have been ever comfier and relaxing I probably wouldn’t have thought such a thing was possible but here we are. This second season of Yuru Camp is everything a sequel should be, maintaining the focus on its strengths, improving on the weaknesses of the previous entry all while introducing a few new elements to keep things fresh. ~How relaxed I get when watching this show~ The best aspect of the show has always been the comfy and idyllic atmosphere and that has been kept practically untouched, they managed to keep the same magical feeling alive but the direction and screenplay of this season was definitely a step above with many more well structured scenes. The show no longer relies on its OST to do the vast majority of the emotional work but rather works in a more harmonious manner. This doesn’t mean in any way that the OST got worse however, in fact even if the soundtrack of the previous season is one my all time favorites that I listened to for hundreds and hundreds of times I wasn’t disappointed in any way in the new tracks, which is an incredible feat. >mfw no more Yuru Camp until the movie. The arguably worst aspect of S1 was the supporting cast lacking depth, and while S2 still is largely focused on the Shimarin and Nadeshiko duo, all the other characters get a lot more time to develop and shine. As this season goes on you can also feel their friendship deepening after each outing as they all get more familiar and friendly with each other, and that same feeling of fondness gets shared with us. While I did watch S2 for Rin and Nadeshiko, I will watch the movie for all the cast. ~Me admiring the new visuals~ While the show maintained its photorealistic focus regarding the scenery this season has definitely a more cartoony and creative feel when we get to the character animations and facial expressions. Apart from making this show a much better gif generator this also helps a lot with making the emotions of the characters come across. See for example them enjoying a shrimp risotto so much that they temporarily become shrimps themselves: Yuru Camp achieves the closest to what I think the Iyashikei genre can be and manages to create a truly therapeutic experience. Watching this show is almost a meditative experience. In the last few years I have never been as relaxed as when I was watching this with a nice hot cup of tea, so go get some and get started! Blankets and snacks are also really recommended. ~Thanks for reading and I hope you have a comfy day~
hello peoples, the best show this year is over :( well at least the best SOL. And you want to know why it's the best right, otherwise why are you here? Well let me tell you why. For the shotgun review laid back camp is genuinely one of the most relaxed and chil show to watch, with solid animation, fun characters and amazing music you'll definitely enjoy the second season. That being said if you get 3/4 episodes in and are just plain bored or uninterested then drop I can see how people can find it boringz otherwise kick you feet up and get sucked in to the charming and relaxing work of laid back camp. Now for the detailed review first the animation, though the majority of the animation is just above par the landscapes are straight up art work. It really lets your eye just soak in the view. Awesome the sound, honestly most of the ambient sound just doesn't exist, no birds or insects, the sound of cars or people that aren't the main characters, I think that's done on purpose for the whole relaxing thing but I do like the immersion. The high score is for the music! Great op and ep for every season and the short really some of the best music in any anime that fits its show. Now for characters is a sol so I'm a bit generous I don't expect much and the same goes here. The big difference between this and any other sol is that there isn't any bullshit it is the same from episode 1 season 1 to epsiode 12 season 2 just a group of friends living life and camping. We need more of that Well the story falls into that as well really can't ask for more with a story like this I have to say laid back camp is the best standard slice of life I'm excluding things like Nichojou or asobe asibasae (I butchered that) since those are hyper outlandish comedies. But for SOLs grounded in reality I do believe that laid back camp is the best by far no drama no random Bs at the end just happy nostalgic feeling all the way through that may make some of you go camping (try it, it is super fun and relaxing if done right and well prepared). It is well worth your time and a joy to watch. that's all for this one peoples, thanks for the read and have a good one!
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