Nagi no Asukara (Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea)

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4.7
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  • 27 out of 30 people found this review helpful:
    Still the most beautiful show I've ever seen. Here's why (No Spoilers)
    It's a been a while so I thought I would re-watch this series to see if it was as good as I remember. Turns out it was even better. This is one of those shows that has so many subtle hints and foreshadowing that it's impossible to catch them all on the first viewing. On top of that, the plot is much much deeper (pun very intended) than it seems on the surface. You will find out what it means to ...
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  • 13 out of 15 people found this review helpful:
    Oh lawd Jesus. This is amazing!
    I don't usually write reviews but this time I had to. The animation,story, characters are a 5/5. The newest episode just gave me chills. I usually don't watch romance anime but this anime is so much more. The characters feelings and everyday life is very relateable to anyone who has had a crush, loves one pass ect. Highly recommened !
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  • 11 out of 14 people found this review helpful:
    Nagi No Asukara: a slow tide
    When I first started watching this show, I thought well this will be a good time killer. I love crunchyroll because it allows me to sample all different kinds of anime, everything from silly borderline sis-con eroge to action oriented shonen. Because of this, ill watch the first episode of almost any anime that appears on this website. Some times the anime turn out of be stuff I can't get ...
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  • 9 out of 11 people found this review helpful:
    A bit of a dull lull for me.
    Like with Angel Beats! and Anohana, I was in the mood for another one of those shows that really tugs at the viewer's heartstrings. Going down the list of possibilities, the name "Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea" peaked my interest, though I wish it hadn't.

    Nagi no Asukara is about a group of middle schoolers who all love each other, but each one loves a person who isn't in love with them, and all ...
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  • 5 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Keep waving that flag!
    Like Kids on the slope, and Usagi Drop this is one of those series that you're going to want to watch in one sitting. Afraid I didn't make it through all 26 before passing out though...

    From the very start you'll be drawn in by the stunning visuals of a peaceful underwater ...
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  • 5 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Usuniki's Review: "Amazing Slice of life that you shouldn't miss"
    My personal Rating: 10/10

    Nagi no Asukara is a character driven drama. As such, your ability to enjoy the drama is something that really depends on your level of attachment to/investment in the characters. Is set in a fantasy world where all humans once came from the ocean (which is really beautiful, by the way). Eventually, some people left the sea to live on land. This show is tagged as ...
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    A truly GREAT anime that all should enjoy.
    Now, I will be honest first and say that at the very beginning I was skeptical of this anime. P.A. Works, haven't seen alot of their stuff. They have on their rap sheet....um...Well they have Angel Beats, Red Data Girl...ooh 'Another'....True Tears... Canaan... hm. Well, I can say this now. Nagi no Asukara is easily the best series I have ever seen from them.

    Following the life of 4 middle ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Emotionally Touching
    First Impressions
    When I first saw this I thought it was going to be rather dull, but boy was I wrong. The first episode was a little slow, but appropriate for the development. I thought the characters were a little too at ease with no real goal, besides their problem with people from the surface.

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    Plot 5/5
    The story of Nagi no Asukara is basically this ...
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Nagi No Asakura: Against The Flow
    Nagi No Asakura tells the story of an alternate Earth... one in which humanity originated from the Oceans, possessing an outer layer of skin known as 'Ena' that enables them to function underwater. Some time long before our story takes place, humans who longed for the surface shed this layer and began life on land, still paying homage to the Sea God. As our story begins, those still living ...
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