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!
Rondo Robe has posted two short promotional videos for the new OP and ED songs for the on-going TV anime Nagi no Asukara. Both "ebb and flow" by Ray and "Mitsuba no Musubime" by Nagi Yanagi has been featured since the 14th episode. Check the clips after the jump.
Following the first OP song "lull ~Soshite Bokura wa~," Ray sings "ebb and flow," the second OP theme song for the Nagi no Asukara TV anime. Geneon Universal Entertainment Japan's anime music label Rondo Robe's official YouTube channel has posted a 15-second TV CM for the song. Check the clip and CD cover photos after the jump.
Having reached a major turning point in its last episode, when the PA Works anime resumes for its second part on January 9th, things have changed for Nagi no Asukara. The new visual certainly makes that clear. Get a look after the jump.
Geneon Universal Entertainment has posted a short promotional video for Ray's 4th single "lull - Soshite Bokura wa" on its anime song specialized label Rondo Robe's official YouTube channel. It is now featured as the OP theme song for a 2013 fall TV anime Nagi no Asukara. Check the clip after the jump.
Crunchyroll has a couple more additions to the fall anime lineup, with Strike the Blood and Nagi no Asukara joining in on the fun. More after the jump!