Anime Released Today: 24 Nov 17

Today is the release day for Our love has always been 10 centimetres apart or Itsu Datte Bokura no Koi 10 Centi Datta in Japanese.  It is set to run for six weeks so it should end 29 December 2017. It looks to be a short 6 episode series.

Under the cherry blossom tree at Sakuragaoka High School’s Entrance Ceremony, Miou Aida meets Haruki Serizawa for the first time. With their names having a connection to spring they both feel an unexplainable connection. Ever since that day, their eyes chased after each other. Miou, who is in the arts club, is reserved, while Haruki, who is part of the movies club, is active and very social. Despite their completely different personalities, they found themselves walking home together after school every day. While many mistook them as a couple, their relationship remained a little more than friends, but not yet a couple. Even as their feelings for each other grow stronger. As they stop to sit on the steps of a deck on their walk home, Miou cannot help but ask, if Haruki likes someone.

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This falls under the Drama, Fantasy, Magic, Slice of Life genres. Will you be watching this one or adding it to your ‘watch list’?

 

2 thoughts on “Anime Released Today: 24 Nov 17

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  1. This is how I pictured the scene with Haruki’s response to Miou’s question over whether he likes someone: Haruki: “Yes… I like someone…” Miou’s heart starts thumping very hard. Haruki continues and says “And… it’s not you…”

    Well… that would be awkward… and kind of funny.

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