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abeltensro wrote:
Apparently, getting bread from your friends bakery is classified as crazy.




Go read Clannad some time if you want bakery insanity.
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rcsatcrunchyroll wrote:


abeltensro wrote:
Apparently, getting bread from your friends bakery is classified as crazy.




Go read Clannad some time if you want bakery insanity.


Im aware... What i meant is the sort of over the top montage of the edgy kids getting this amazing bread.

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Loving this!
Maybe I read slow but does anyone else have to keep pausing to read both the letter and the dialogue?
Otherwise no complaints, except that I need more episodes of this right now.
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Orange EP 2 / “LETTER 02”

This is getting deep and interesting
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In the manga she ends up flicking to the end eventually to read what happens. But my thought too was why didn't she read the whole thing? I would have. Its not natural.
Though also the manga says its 10 pages long so maybe she couldn't be bothered..
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Posted 7/15/16
Ep 2

Even if it wasn't interesting as a drama (which it is), this show would still make for an entertaining slice of life. It's just really refreshing to see a group of normal high school students that are happy and realistic. It's neat to see that Naho has already acknowledged that the letter from the future can't change her shyness. Yet she overcomes and gives Kakeru the lunch she made despite that. Good episode.

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Posted 7/15/16

katchy90 wrote:
Loving this!
Maybe I read slow but does anyone else have to keep pausing to read both the letter and the dialogue?
Otherwise no complaints, except that I need more episodes of this right now.


Yes! I have the same problem with having to pause to read before moving on. That's my only complaint so far. It's a really great slice of life. Enjoying it very much.
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I will echo the comment that this series has a lovely soundtrack. Many tracks remind me of Simcity 4. Which is actually a good thing.

It also has a lovely KanaHana's voice!
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Posted 7/16/16 , edited 7/17/16

katchy90 wrote:

In the manga she ends up flicking to the end eventually to read what happens. But my thought too was why didn't she read the whole thing? I would have. Its not natural.
Though also the manga says its 10 pages long so maybe she couldn't be bothered..


I was thinking about this one for a bit but then realized that as a skeptical kid I most likely wouldn't have made it through the letter either due to disbelief. I would've just stuck it in my pocket thinking it was some sort of joke but when things started coming true I'd be too afraid of looking too far ahead. You never know what sort of news would clobber you next (Random example: "I couldn't go out with the gang that day due to my grandmother passing away unexpectedly"). When strange things happen around you sometimes it's best not to take more than a small sampling at a time.
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Without spoiling the show, since I've never read the manga, can someone explain to me how the timeline works? What we have isn't a BokuMachi/ERASED style go-back-in-time-and-create-a-new-future plot. What we have instead is somehow 26-y-o- Naho is able to send a letter back in time to her 16-y-o self and continue her life. 26-y-o- Naho still lives in a world where Kakeru is dead, and her 16-y-o self is in a (different?) timeline where she is trying to change that.

What I'm seeing is that the events of the two timelines are somehow running simultaneously and yet one is set 10 years back from the other.

I have no clue how this works. This isn't BokuMachi. This isn't Steins;Gate. This is 'I'm sent back to the past while I'm still here and my past self doesn't have the memories of my future self" O_O
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Without spoiling the show, since I've never read the manga, can someone explain to me how the timeline works? What we have isn't a BokuMachi/ERASED style go-back-in-time-and-create-a-new-future plot. What we have instead is somehow 26-y-o- Naho is able to send a letter back in time to her 16-y-o self and continue her life. 26-y-o- Naho still lives in a world where Kakeru is dead, and her 16-y-o self is in a (different?) timeline where she is trying to change that.

What I'm seeing is that the events of the two timelines are somehow running simultaneously and yet one is set 10 years back from the other.

I have no clue how this works. This isn't BokuMachi. This isn't Steins;Gate. This is 'I'm sent back to the past while I'm still here and my past self doesn't have the memories of my future self" O_O


Okay, to explain this without spoiling ...it'll be tough but I think I got it.

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Drewkun88 wrote:

Without spoiling the show, since I've never read the manga, can someone explain to me how the timeline works? What we have isn't a BokuMachi/ERASED style go-back-in-time-and-create-a-new-future plot. What we have instead is somehow 26-y-o- Naho is able to send a letter back in time to her 16-y-o self and continue her life. 26-y-o- Naho still lives in a world where Kakeru is dead, and her 16-y-o self is in a (different?) timeline where she is trying to change that.

What I'm seeing is that the events of the two timelines are somehow running simultaneously and yet one is set 10 years back from the other.

I have no clue how this works. This isn't BokuMachi. This isn't Steins;Gate. This is 'I'm sent back to the past while I'm still here and my past self doesn't have the memories of my future self" O_O


Okay, to explain this without spoiling ...it'll be tough but I think I got it.



Awesome explanation! Thanks! ^_^
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I have a question for the people who have read the manga and currently are watching the anime. Should I read the manga before watching the anime? I'm asking because I've seen the first episode and liked it. The manga is currently available on CR and I was wondering if it was worth reading right now. [PLEASE NO SPOILERS]
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chuyaka wrote:

I have a question for the people who have read the manga and currently are watching the anime. Should I read the manga before watching the anime? I'm asking because I've seen the first episode and liked it. The manga is currently available on CR and I was wondering if it was worth reading right now. [PLEASE NO SPOILERS]


I've read the manga, and from what I've seen of the anime (2 episodes) it's a well done adaptation. (They may have overblown Azusa a bit much, but that's probably just me.) So, on hand, I say no - I don't think you'll miss anything by waiting for the anime to end before reading it or not reading it at all. On the other hand, it's a dang good story and you can finish the manga before the fourth episode airs.
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Posted 7/17/16
To be honest, I am liking this anime so far. I like how Naho tries to not repeat her regrets like she made the lunchbox.
But she had to admit that her shyness feeling was hard to change. So even though she made it, she didn't give it to him at first.

I am also personally wondering about the timeline. Wondering how it will turn out. Will this 16 year old Naho actually manage to change things or will things still remain the same despite Naho trying? I really wonder.

I really look forward to this anime.

This anime has that simplicity thing going on. It's really about a bunch of kids living their lives. There's a sense of happiness and yet melancholy because we all know Kakeru won't be around. Unless of course, things are changed.
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