Hanasaku Iroha

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4.7
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  • cute!!! not my fav, but fun!
    this anime had good drama and real love dilemmas that were great to watch!! cute art, good story it was a pretty good anime! not action or really adventure, just more slice of life. like i said its not a 5 star for me but i would recommend it
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Beautiful series, gorgeous animation.
    After finishing the series, Hanasaku Iroha definitely made it up into my top favorite anime. The series ties the storyline, character relationships, and scenery into a wonderfully packaged slice of life series. The characters each have their own unique personalities and behaviours, and their interactions leave you wanting more. Super lovely series. Definitely recommended to all anime lovers, ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Wonderful. I'd love more.
    It's been 2 months or more since Hanasaku Iroha finished and I still miss it. It's such a beautiful series. The animation is perfectly suited for the characters and the atmosphere of a country onsen. The voice acting was superb. What makes Hanasaku special is the writing. Everything came together to make Hanasaku Iroha addictively entertaining and heartwarming.
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  • Hanasaku Iroha - Lovely
    Hanasaku Iroha is one of the best slice-of-life anime I've seen. From the first episode I was hooked. The story is a roller coaster of emotions and self discovery for Ohana Matsumae and the rest of the cast. From one minute someone can go from being very excited to being very upset. All of the characters are unique and interesting. Before you now it they begin to grow on you. The animation and ...
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  • Makes me smile lots!
    A wonderful slice-of-life series that almost flew under my radar; Hanasaku Iroha is without a doubt the most smile-inducing show I've ever seen.

    Story:
    The plot centers on the life of Ohana, an extremely bubbly and hardworking 16 year-old girl, who, due to familial issues, is sent to stay with her Grandmother, the "Madame Manager" of a hot spring inn called the Kissuisso. Events ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    The best in its genre that I have seen in a LONG time.
    I started watching this anime on a whim thinking it was going to be like every other slice of life. but I was wrong. very wrong. this anime is simply superb.

    OVERALL:
    blown away. I can be picky. so if I like something, you can guarantee it's good.

    STORYLINE:
    girl (Ohana) with an unreliable mom is sent packing to her grandma's inn where she is forced to work and eventually becomes part of ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Don't Forget to Fest It Up
    Hanasaku Iroha was a series that had piqued my interested from the first PV. What had managed to steal my attention was the animation quality and that is what had managed to be set in memory so that I wouldn't forget about it. Outside of the PV that were shown before the first episode airing, I didn't have much a clue on how the series would play out. The beginning felt a little weak compared ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A Credible Review To Read by Henry
    Hanasaku Iroha is a story that follows a sixteen year old girl named Matsumae Ohana who moves out of Tokyo and lives with her Grandma at an Onsen Ryokan named Kissuisou. Along the way, she learns several life lessons and makes plenty of friends, such as Oshimizu Nako and Tsurugi Minko. This anime is a must watch with friends and family alike (that is, if they also like anime).

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