Kino's Journey -the Beautiful World- the Animated Series

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  • Great anime 10/10 :)
    Great anime hoping for new eps............................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Unique anime - oddly beautiful
    Liked the fact that it kept you guessing. Lack of sense and explanations, felt very lively. Might even be an odd to nihilism. Probably not. Nevertheless worth a watch.
    It's just 12 episodes and with some of them varying in quality, but it's sincere. I for one liked it.
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  • #137. The traveler's guide to the ends of the earth.
    Adventure for adventure’s sake is here in Kino’s Journey -the Beautiful World-. A tale about Kino and a talking motorcycle, Hermes. With Kino’s anthropomorphic motorcycle, they travel the world in search of countries to experience and explore. They stay for three days, and then they move yet again onto the next. Their destination? Not sure. Their safety? Don’t bet on it. Their freedom? Always in ...
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  • Thank you Danmachi for introducing me to this show
    I love psychology and 'what if' situations, and this anime is basically that with a beautiful setting and awesome characters. I was skeptical at first, but I binged the entire series in a day because I just fell in love with the world these characters were going through. The anime advertises a journey, and it really is a journey to watch this show.
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  • A Beautiful Anime for Dreamers and Sociologists
    Kino's Journey: The Beautiful World is a heavily allegorical anime about human nature. Each episode is its own short story, and each shines light on both the good and the bad which is to be found in the human heart. Speaking of heart, this anime has it in spades, along with originality, hope, and meaning. One of the best anime in years for those of us who are longing for the kind of magic that ...
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  • Casual, wonderful story about travelling a fantastic world
    It's a wonderful anime about travelling. Only a little bit story is told, so it's really casual and easy to follow. The scenery sometimes makes you wonder and the societies of the different countries are especially good designed. A wonderful tale about the wonderful landscapes and countries and the psychology of societies.
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  • Beautiful Animation and intriguing stories
    I was instantly blown away by the animation and art direction. The main character Kino is very stoic and mysterious. I enjoyed some of the episodes more than others and each seems to have a deeper philosophical meaning behind it. Definitely can recommend this anime even though some of the stories can be a little cliche and predictable.
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  • Great modernization of the concept of Kino
    As someone who has watched the original 2004 Kino series and has met Keiichi Sigsawa in person, I can safely say that this iteration of Kino is great for what it is: a more modern take on the stories of Kino and Hermes. The old 2004 anime focused on keeping the feel of the source material, which tends to be thought-provoking and sometimes trippy. Kino 2017 manages to keep that focus while also ...
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  • A unique and original short story collection
    Ray Bradbury. That's the author this series reminded me of again and again. Fantastical, tight, focused, sometimes brutal short stories, winding around each other. While enjoyed the overall arc of the season, there's something satisfying about some of the very final, and occasionally very surprising endings that each visit came to.
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  • it is a beautiful story
    its a beautiful series each and every episode has a meaning/ message its more like it leaves you thinking at the end of each episode the animation is wonderful as well the process on how Kino begins and ends is fascinating I am pretty this animation will be continuing its series
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