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Mahoutsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto: Natsu no Sora


Alternative Titles

English: Someday's Dreamers II: Sora
Synonyms: Someday's Dreamers: Summer Skies
Japanese: 魔法遣いに大切なこと ~夏のソラ~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 3, 2008 to Sep 25, 2008
Premiered: Summer 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Hal Film Maker
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 7.401 (scored by 4,529 users)
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Ranked: #19052
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Popularity: #2323
Members: 14,194
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Synopsis

Get ready for a second magical journey to the world of Someday's Dreamers, where spellcasting is a profession that requires both the proper training AND a license. It's to get that license and fulfill a promise made to her late father that young Sora Suzuki has made the long journey from her distant home in the countryside town of Biei to the big city of Tokyo. It's a daunting challenge, but she's got a little bit of talent, a charming personality and, most important of all, the promise of an internship! What she ISN'T expecting, though, is how different life in the city will be, especially the people themselves. While she gets along with the confident Asagi, Kuroda and the gentle Hiyori, she's completely confused with the mysterious boy Gouta. And yet, as a result of their internships they keep ending up in the same situations and slowly learning to understand more about each other than they ever imagined possible!

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Characters & Voice Actors

Suzuki, Sora
Suzuki, Sora
Main
Hanazawa, Kana
Japanese
Hanazawa, Kana
Midorikawa, Gouta
Midorikawa, Gouta
Main
Maeno, Tomoaki
Japanese
Maeno, Tomoaki
Kuroda, Kouji
Kuroda, Kouji
Supporting
Namikawa, Daisuke
Japanese
Namikawa, Daisuke
Asagi, Honomi
Asagi, Honomi
Supporting
Inoue, Marina
Japanese
Inoue, Marina

Staff

Matsuda, Akio
Matsuda, Akio
Producer
Kobayashi, Osamu
Kobayashi, Osamu
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Key Animation
Nagasaki, Yukio
Nagasaki, Yukio
Sound Director
THYME
THYME
Theme Song Performance


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"fly away" by THYME

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#1: "Kawaita Hana (乾いた花)" by micc (eps 1-11)
#2: "Fly Away" by THYME (eps 12)



More reviewsReviews

santetjan
Mar 31, 2009
Every now and then, anime shows us a world wherein people smile more often than they do in actuality. From the very opening sequence of Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto - Natsu no Sora it becomes apparent that it is one of those precious shows.

Though it seems a sequel to the 2003 Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto, they only share the same fictional rendering of Japan and it is not necessary to have watched the earlier show to appreciate Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto - Natsu no Sora (hereinafter, Natsu no Sora), as all characters and most of the setting have changed.

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Rumi
Jul 14, 2008
The Show
A beautiful fantasy/slice of life drama anime. If those are you type of genre then this is the show for you. Very relaxing to watching and no viewer stress. The story is a simple story about a girl, named Sora, becoming a full-fledged mage and her journeys to becoming one.

The Art
Background hard is just stunning. Although, that would be a given since they are actual photos of the real world. Some may say this is a downer because it makes the producers lazy, but for me it really won me over. I love that style of background. read more
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bearvarine
Nov 23, 2015
Beautiful coming-of-age story with an interesting blend of traditional anime artwork and a kind of rotoscope-blended background scenery. It is impossible to not love the stories' protagonist Sora Suzuki, she is a lovely young girl of 12 or 13 and drawn with amazing expressiveness for an anime. I also really enjoyed the performance of her friend Gouta Midorikawa. It seemed appropriately dramatic and realistic.

For me, the story had some serious flaws that are hard to forgive. One of the main supporting characters in Sora's circle of friends, Asagi Honomi, is constantly harsh and high-and-mighty. She is paired up with Kuroda read more
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Orion1
Nov 6, 2008
It should be said that this Mahou/Magic based story does not follow it's predecessors normal pattern of using Bishounen characters. However, it does have a similar feel as Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto and story arc. However that's about it, Natsu no Sora takes a very Humanistic approach to Anime. You might even go further by saying that it is simply a story about the human condition, told with the help of Magic to illustrate important aspects of our struggle. I was very impressed with the very loving and calm nature of the main character Sora Suzuki. Her purity and naivety really read more
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