Is this the second lemon of this season? I don’t know. It’s definitely a lot better than Bakumatsu Rock in pretty much every way, but yeah… I have no idea what is going on here. I didn’t quite understand the first episode.
No major complaints about the artwork. The characters look very plain and their expressions at some points could certainly be improved, but that’s alright. I could definitely still enjoy the show despite those small flaws.
It’s the story that makes me wonder whether or not I will watch this. I just have no idea what it is about. All I know is that it’s probably about a girl with a passion for glass. That’s pretty much what I could tell from this one episode.
I cannot recommend this. Not because I think it’s bad and definitely not because I think it’s going to get worse. It’s because I have no idea what it’s about. The first episode was way too vague. You’ll just have to watch the first episode for yourself if you are interested.
Plot Summary: Tōko Fukami’s family runs a glass-working business in a small seaside town. She hangs out with her four best friends at a cafe called “Kazemichi.” During the summer break of their senior year in high school, they meet a transfer student named Kakeru Okikura, who claims that a voice from the future talks to him, and that it’s led him to Tōko. His arrival sets off a series of events that will make their final summer together one full of hope and heartache.