Japanese singer Ray, who is best known for her Nagi no Asukara theme songs, will release her highly anticipated 2nd album "Milky Ray" on June 4. The limited edition of the album comes with a DVD containing her latest live performance. Check the 4-minute digest video after the jump.
The site for Nagi no Asukara has been doing some very interesting things with its main visual for the series' second half. After the much talked about earlier transformation, the image underwent a much subtler shift. Then, for this week, a new, final visual went up to say goodbye to the PA Works anime. Get a look after the jump.
It was officially confirmed on April 11 that "lull ~Earth color of a calm~" by Ray, the newly-recorded insert song for the final episode of the Nagi no Asukara TV anime, will be included in her upcoming 2nd album as a bonus track. Hit the jump for more information.
To promote the climax of the 26-episode series, Tokyo Anime Center in the Akihabara UDX building is now holding the second exhibition for the TV anime Nagi no Asukara from March 18 to 30. The final/26th episode is scheduled to air on April 3 (JST). Check the photo report after the jump.
Back in January, the site for PA Works anime Nagi no Asukara raised some eyebrows with its new visual for series' second season. Leading into episode 21, as the series prepares for the final stretch, the visual has received a significant update. Check it out after the jump.
Nagi no Asukara (Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea) takes place in the world where some people live on land and some people live underwater. Although no such place exists in real-life as far as I know, real-life locations in Japan that the anime may have referenced have been identified by dedicated fans on a blog. See the images after the jump!