Do you remember the ‘90s? Specifically, do you remember the cult fandom of fighting arcade games?
The anime’s story follows two main characters: An old man, named Zoroku, who takes a little girl, named Alice, (Sana) in to live with him. The anime follows the lives of Zouroku, and the two women in his life, and how their family deals with Sana’s mysterious powers; other girls and people chasing her; and unraveling the mystery of alice, Sana’s power. The first episode we get to see a possible ending to the manga in the future, where a young girl get to become a woman.
Shokugeki comes back with this second season! As someone that picked up the manga, I expected that now that I know everything that will happen, I wouldn’t be as much interested as before, back when I fell in love with this anime, but I was totally wrong! the pure epicness of Shokugeki no Souma is more than enough to make me as scream like a fanboy just like before.
flying Witch is possibly the best iyashiki (healing) anime ever made. If you love Aria and Non Non Biyori. , then this is a must-see series. Flying Witch stands out because it has fantasy elements, yet it doesn’t heavily rely on it to drive the story. Every moment of every episode unfolds naturally and organically; there’s a very subtle but unmistakable message that humans (witches or otherwise) are truly inseparable from the earth, plants, the wind, and sky. There’s no overt conflict, no overly energetic comedy bits, and really no plot. I have no idea how an entire episode dedicated to the coming of spring, taking a few walks, and picking fresh wildflower buds for tempura can be utterly captivating, but that’s why Flying Witch is so magical.