AIURA

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  • 3
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4.3
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Eh, it's ok. Very short!
    This anime is 4 minutes long. Some episodes made me chuckle, others were boring. If these episodes would be longer, I think it would be more enjoyable. It is well written, the art is great too, but it can get frustrating and at times make your brain melt.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Huh. Didn't think these characters would be so cool.
    When I first found out these were short episodes, I was thinking along the lines of Hetalia: Axis Powers, or the like. These episodes make the latter seem like movies! Alas, though these are very short episodes and we are only partway through the series, I am already finding the characters to be likable, approachable, and realistic (for the most part.) The animation is great and the voice acting ...
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  • Loved This Short Series
    I found this anime completely by accident, and when I saw that the episodes were only four minutes long each, I decided to spend half an hour watching. Although the first episode was a little slow, the series quickly had me hooked. The visuals are great and the characters are wonderful. It was very relaxing, but also managed to make me laugh, which is rare for anime! I would recommend this to ...
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  • Beautiful distillation of whimsy in 2.5 minutes
    If you've had a long week at school and need a quick pick-me-up, this might help. All the characters in this anime are adorable and filled with childlike innocence and delight, portrayed with humor and a touch of sarcasm.

    Every episode neatly sets up a situation, a reveal, and resolution mostly through dialogue. Some great examples of Kishōtenketsu story structure without conflict. Be aware ...
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  • In Short, a Slice-of-Life series.
    Aiura is a series of short episodes under 10 minutes long on the lighter side of high school. The main characters in the series appeal as loli, tsundere, and class-clown personality types, as well as several subcategories as they take you on a very condensed journey of the first half of their school year. Viewers be warned, if you do not wish to learn horrible study habits, silly reasons to join ...
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  • Think Teekyu but with slower dialog that you can follow
    Think Teekyu but with slower dialog that you can follow, and fewer (but just as funny) non sequiturs. Each episode is around 4 minutes (with a huge chunk of that being the beginning and ending credits) but it's worth it. You especially need to watch all the ending credits since they frequently interrupt them for the funniest joke.
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  • Cute, funny, and sweet - but too short
    I love the idea of this show and wish they would expand it, only in the amount of 'shorts' they make. The run-time is roughly 5 minutes, but it has an OP and ED, so the actual episodes are roughly 2 to 3 minutes in total. It's enough for a nice scene or joke, but then the episode abruptly jumps into their ED. I think if it were even just a few minutes longer and they made more episodes, it would ...
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  • ~~~Short and Sweet~~~
    First off, please do not be put off by the shortness of the episodes. They are short, sweet and highly enjoyable. With so much over the top action/drama anime out there, a series like this is very enjoyable. It makes you laugh and smile in the best way possible :D

    A five star rating for this piece of anime gold
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  • Even though there are crabs in the opening, they don't actually show up anywhere else
    Aiura is a very short (less than 5 minutes per episode) but sweet show. It's about three high school girls (who I found adorable) and some of the people they interact with (also adorable). It's good to marathon, especially if you don't have a lot of time on your hands. I found the animation and the music really great-the opening song is funny and the ending song is sweet. By the way, they always ...
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