The "Dangerous" series of MAD Japanese videos continues this week with Nero's fan edit of a chorus of verbal abuse from Tari Tari. Get a look at musical insults after the jump.
In time for an evening meal, we've rounded up a look at the latest anime food promotions. Good Smile Cafe has new dishes based on Tari Tari and Accel World, while Noitamina Cafe Theater now has an AnoHana menu and Akihabara's Royal Host is cosplaying as Wagnaria from Working!! again. Get a look after the jump.
Recently, Crunchyroll News posted a Google Map which fans were using to plot the real Enoshima locations used as references in the Tari Tari anime. Not only has that map been maintained and updated, fans are already making otaku pilgrimages. See one fan's trip after the jump.
We're only three episodes into P.A. Works' (Angel Beats!, Another) Tari Tari and already fans are mapping spots depicted in the anime to their real Enoshima locations in anticipation of otaku pilgrimages. A new Google Map project has 25 locations flagged, from the station in the opening to episode landmarks like the clock tower and florist. Get a look after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks has announced that their latest license acquisition is Tari Tari. The anime dircted and composed by Masakzu Hashimoto (Professor Layton & the Eternal Diva) will be available soon through select digital outlets with a home video release to follow next year. More after the jump.
It's less than a week to the July 1st premiere of P.A. Works' (Angel Beats!, Another) latest, original school girl anime series Tari Tari, and a new TV spot is offering another look at the girls set to AiRI's theme song, "Dreamer." Check it out after the jump.
The latest promo for Tari Tari has made its way online. The original school girl anime series starts its Japanese TV run on July 6. Get about 30 quaint seconds of school girl life past the break.
A second promo for P.A. Works' original school girl anime series Tari Tari has been posted. The new look at the July series features a preview of AiRI's theme song "Dreamer." Check it out after the jump.
Original anime series about school girls seem to be becoming at least a micro-trend. We're seeing it this season with Sunrise's Natsuiro Kiseki, and next season P.A. Works' Hanasaku Iroha team is putting out Tari Tari. See the trailer after the jump.