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Old 2015-02-20, 10:23   Link #1
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Anime Mirai/Young Animator Training Project 2015



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"Aki no Kanade" (Aki's Music-Playing)
Director: Youhei Suzuki (The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat.)
Producer: Yuji Matsukura (Witch Craft Works, Selector Infected Wixoss)
Animation Production Producer: Atsushi Fujishiro (The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat., Golden Time)
Animation Production: J.C. Staff

"Robot Kaa-san" (Robot Mom) Title changed to Happy Come Come
Director: Yumiko Suda (Chibi Maruko-chan, Lady Georgie)
Producer: Kenichi Hayafune (Chibi Maruko-chan)
Animation Production: Synergy SP (Cross Game, Kirarin Revolution)

"Ongaku Shōjo" (Music Girl)
Director: Ken'ichi Ishikura (Sakura Trick, Maria Holic)
Producer: Norimitsu Urasaki (Sakura Trick, Sankarea: Undying Love)
Animation Production: Studio DEEN (Bakumatsu Rock, Fruits Basket, Rurouni Kenshin)

"Kumi to Tulip" (Kumi and Tulip)
Director: Makoto Tezuka (Black Jack)
Producer: Yoshihiro Shimizu (Black Jack The Movie)
Animation Production Producer: Mitsuaki Ooishi (Black Jack)
Animation Production: Tezuka Productions

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...or-2015/.76507

Well, the web has been updated with more info, I'll edit it later.

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Staff

Director : Suzuki Youhei
Director Conte : Miyuki Ishida
Animation Director - Character Design : Yaegashi Yohei
Animation Director's Assistant : Kajitani Mitsuharu

Young Animator :
Satou Takamitsu, Okutani Haruka, Komatsu Sana, Maeda Yuriko, Nakata Kumiko, Shizuka Isumi

Medium-sized original painting :
Sakamoto Tetsuya, Mori Nana

Video Check : Isokawa Ayako
Art Director : Takano Asami
Color Design : Kojima Yuka
Director of Photography : Manaka Hidenori
Producer : Matsukura Yuji
Production Producer : Hirasawa Atsushi

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Miyagawa Aki : Satou Rina
Michio Yoshioka : Hamada Kenji

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I'll apologize first, since I can't translate the synopsis very well , so I still left it without synopsis. I'll edit later after get news from ANN/ Crunchyroll.

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Old 2015-02-24, 23:01   Link #2
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ANN posted info on the story plots:

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...nveiled/.85317
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Old 2015-02-25, 12:32   Link #3
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"Ongaku Shōjo" (Music Girl) begins when Eri, a girl who likes to stay indoors, meets a mysterious but enthusiastic transfer student named Haru. Eri used to love to sing and Haru loves Eri's singing. The story follows the two during one summer of their high school life as their love sometimes overlaps and sometimes passes by each other.
Is this going to be yuri?


EDIT: some more info
http://amiamiblog.com/amiamiblog/2014/12/2/ongaku-shojo
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Old 2015-02-25, 13:02   Link #4
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Is this going to be yuri?


EDIT: some more info
http://amiamiblog.com/amiamiblog/2014/12/2/ongaku-shojo
same staff that do sakura tricks. soo...
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Old 2015-03-25, 15:27   Link #5
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Is this going to be yuri?


EDIT: some more info
http://amiamiblog.com/amiamiblog/2014/12/2/ongaku-shojo
Got some screenshots here :

http://otakomu.jp/archives/239390.html

From what I see, it's not only Yuri, it's lewd

■放送情報
ANIMAX:04/12(日) 13:00~

animax will broadcast Ongaku Shoujo on April 12th.
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Old 2015-03-30, 16:10   Link #6
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Got some screenshots here :

http://otakomu.jp/archives/239390.html

From what I see, it's not only Yuri, it's lewd
Nah, it's neither yuri nor really that lewd (it does have some fanservice). It's just some disposable moe. Pretty forgettable really.
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Old 2015-03-30, 23:25   Link #7
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Nah, it's neither yuri nor really that lewd (it does have some fanservice). It's just some disposable moe. Pretty forgettable really.
Oh Anime Mirai, what are they doing to you...

Seriously, compared to the previous batches, this one sounds really lackluster. The only one interesting me is Aki no Kanade, but i'm expecting no Death Billiards/Harmonie this time.
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Old 2015-03-31, 00:53   Link #8
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Ongaku Shoujo was ... well ... for me it was not very impressive or even ... anything, although I kinda liked the animation quality. The characters were uninteresting, the story was bland and poorly paced.
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Old 2015-03-31, 01:01   Link #9
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Oh Anime Mirai, what are they doing to you...

Seriously, compared to the previous batches, this one sounds really lackluster. The only one interesting me is Aki no Kanade, but i'm expecting no Death Billiards/Harmonie this time.
Call it the NoitaminA treatment?

Happy ComeCome was actually the one that looked most interesting to me.
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Old 2015-03-31, 08:48   Link #10
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Ongaku Shoujo was ... well ... for me it was not very impressive or even ... anything, although I kinda liked the animation quality. The characters were uninteresting, the story was bland and poorly paced.
This word is totally losing its meaning lately. I agree with the rest though.
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Old 2015-03-31, 13:23   Link #11
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I still think that other three OVAs should be better
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Old 2015-03-31, 16:01   Link #12
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While I found Haru to be incredibly annoying (if I was Eri, I'd have requested a dorm change) from another viewpoint it was a bit like we were watching snippets of a longer show. Given the way things are, I could see that being expanded. Let's just say when I re-read the beginning of this thread I did think "ah. That's what it reminded me of". The general look was OK, but it did seem like a bunch of snippets rather than a cohesive story.

Wonder what the other three shows will be like?

Seems every year there's been the one stand out show (for me those would be Oji-san no lamp, Wasurenagumo, and Death Billiards), one or two reasonable ones, and one that's not that great. Hopefully this will be the latter and we've not seen the best they've got to offer yet.
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Old 2015-04-05, 07:33   Link #13
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Okay.

Aki no Kanade was way, waaaaay better than Ongaku Shoujo. Good job JC Staff. Good story, nice visuals, and I really enjoyed the taiko drumming.

Excellent and solid OVA!

If you have the chance and inclination you might enjoy it.
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I saw 3 of the 4 Mirai stuff so far. Not sure which I like the best although I have to admit that Aki no Kanade has the best animation quality so far. Was really hoping they can make it into a TV series in the future (hey, there was Death Parade) as it had a lot of potential with the characters, themes, setting, etc.
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Old 2015-04-06, 08:02   Link #15
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Have just seen Aki no Kanade. Oh yes, this is the kind of thing I like. I said a few comments ago that I thought each year's Anime Mirai shows had the one stand-out show and the rest. I suspect this is going to be the one that stands out the most for me.

It was just well thought out and charming. It really put out this sense of community spirit as well.

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I saw 3 of the 4 Mirai stuff so far. Not sure which I like the best although I have to admit that Aki no Kanade has the best animation quality so far. Was really hoping they can make it into a TV series in the future (hey, there was Death Parade) as it had a lot of potential with the characters, themes, setting, etc.
You just know if there was a spinoff of Aki's high school years the thread would be full of people going "blah blah blah K-ON with drums blah blah blah"...
Mind you, a series spinoff showing Aki's life as a professional drum player would be pretty cool.
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You just know if there was a spinoff of Aki's high school years the thread would be full of people going "blah blah blah K-ON with drums blah blah blah"...
Mind you, a series spinoff showing Aki's life as a professional drum player would be pretty cool.
I wouldn't mind that either. A spinoff series with slice of life style and storytelling in addition to music could have potential if done right.
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Just watched Aki no Kanade.

That was brilliant. F***king brilliant. That felt like I was watching Only Yesterday fused with traditional noitamina (which btw JC Staff use to do) fused with top tier PA Works shows. Hit me right in the spot of how I like my dramas (not using the term slice of life because it aint a genre).

Bravo JC Staff. This is the best thing you have made in a very long time. I thought you didn't have this touch anymore, but looks like I'm wrong. This is kind of stuff I watch anime for because I can't get it from any other medium. A certain brand of coming of age dramas and in this case a dash romance and music (taiko) on the side.

Looks like I have an early strong contender for Movie/OVA of the year for 2015 AS Awards. Also pretty much an instant amongst all-time favourite OVAs.

Now to hope that this becomes a TV series
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That was very good, but boy - if I didn't know it wasn't I would have bet the farm it was a P.A. Works production. They did do in-between animation but none of the major staff seem to have PAW connections.
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That was very good, but boy - if I didn't know it wasn't I would have bet the farm it was a P.A. Works production. They did do in-between animation but none of the major staff seem to have PAW connections.
I know right?

In particular, the festival parts seemed like it was ripped straight out of True Tears or Hanasaku Iroha. Also the tone. It had sentimental and mono-no-aware in spades.
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J.C.Staff can do so if they have budget. And for Anime Mirai they get 4 times more than for regular ep.
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