I knew it was going to be an interesting concept, but I’m not entirely sure if it’s worth writing about. I mean, it’s about a bunch of girls trying to start up a singing club. I’m just not into shows where the characters constantly burst out in song.
The reason I kept watching was definitely the artwork. It looks very nice. Mind you, the characters in Tari Tari don’t look that unique either. I sure wouldn’t be able to recognize them out of a line-up. Well, maybe I would be able to recognize Konatsu-chan. She will definitely be my favourite, providing that I’ll be watching the rest.
Unfortunately, the story doesn’t really sound that fascinating. In fact, I think I might actually drop this anime halfway if they sing during each and every episode. Then again, I guess it also depends on the way they sing. Senki Zessho Symphogear wasn’t my cup of tea at all. I stopped watching after episode two.
I bet that most school-life genre people will love this anime, probably. I therefor suggest that you give the first episode a shot. Who knows, you might just love it. Oh, and I suppose slice of life-genre fans would love this type of anime too.
Plot Summary: The last year of high school is always a time of both looking forward and looking back. Before you lives the future, alternately bright and scary. Behind you lie memories, both happy and sad. And somehow, in the course of one year, you have to reconcile those two and decide where your life is going to go.
For Wakana Sakai, who had started studying music, it’s time to face the tragedy that made her abandon that path. For Sawa Okita, it’s about her dreams of riding professionally. And for Konatsu Miyamoto, it’s about bringing her friends together through the magic of song. Can something as simple as the formation of a chorus club really help solve the hurts and pangs that come with growing up? Can music bring people together despite their differences?