Honeyworks has suck good music. I’m also happy they made an anime for this. Serious Miou Aida and Haruki Serizawa are my favorite couple in the whole series! They finally got their own story, when I saw this I was so hyped. Of course honeyworks didn’t dissapoint us with the fantastic music with the new duo in the series Lip x Lip. Non-fantasy and Indispensable. The joined voices of the cast with the ending theme Tokyo Winter Session. Other music with a solo from Haruki (Do you hear me) and a solo of Miou (Re:Hatsukoi no Ehon). Amatsuki also sang a song. Damn, honeyworks is really a great group. People have waited so long for those two I think. Anyways, let’s get to the review.
Under the cherry blossom tree during Sakuragaoka High School’s Entrance Ceremony, Miou Aida meets Haruki Serizawa for the first time. Ever since that day, their eyes chased after each other. Miou is reserved, while Haruki is very social. While many mistook them as a couple, their relationship remained a little more than friends.
As they stop to sit on the steps of a deck on their walk home, Miou cannot help but ask, “Haruki…do you like anyone?” Haruki replies, “I do like someone …what about you?”
Just 10 centimeters between their hands.
It’s just 10 centimeters, but the distance remains…
So okay, yeah the story is just very classic and stuff, but if you’ve followed a bit of the music series, you will understand everything more clear. I was a bit dissapointed in the ending, because they didn’t animate the kiss!!!!!!!!!!!! Omg, okay yeah sort of spoiler, but what else do you expect with a school romance anime? So the thing I liked the most was for me the music to be honest. It is obvious if you look at it. The whole story origins from a Light Novel that is based of the music series. The Light novel is named: My first picture book of love, if I remember correct. So, I wasn’t used to the anime style in the beginning because of the art that is normally used, I’m still a bit like: It isn’t really that style, but I can accept. Because the Light Novel isn’t completely translated, I haven’t even read the whole story. I like it that they made a series of this and I will give this a 8/10. It was indeed a good one, but it was classy. I liked how I couldn’t predict the whole story, but most of it was pretty predictable. Like I said, the art wasn’t completely what I expected but the best thing was the music that compensated a lot. The thing about them finally having a serie is also a factor in my rating. So yeah, otherwise I would have given it a 6,5/10.
I hope you enjoyed it. This was the last anime I watched in 2017 and now I reviewed it. I wish you all a nice 2018 and until next week.