Tamayura: Hitotose

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Japanese: たまゆら~hitotose~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2011 to Dec 19, 2011
Premiered: Fall 2011
Broadcast: Mondays at 09:00 (JST)
Producers: BIGLOBE, RAY
Studios: TYO Animations
Source: Original
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.311 (scored by 1124911,249 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #23592
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2753
Members: 41,251
Favorites: 149

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Synopsis

n her last year of middle school, Fuu Sawatari had trouble dealing with her emotions following the sudden death of her father. Through the help of her brother and childhood friend, she rediscovered her love for photography, an activity she and her father often did together. In addition, she decided to attend high school in Takehara, her father's hometown and a place they often visited when she was younger.

It has been one month now since Fuu moved to Takehara and became close with her current group of friends: carefree Kaoru Hanawa, excitable Norie Okazaki, and quiet Maon Sakurada. Together with them and several acquaintances around town and abroad, Fuu continues her mission of capturing the joys of everyday life using her father's camera, while also helping her friends discover their own passions.

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Satou, Junichi
Director, Sound Director, Episode Director, Script, Storyboard, Series Composition, Original Creator
Yoshida, Reiko
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"Okaerinasai (おかえりなさい)" by Maaya Sakamoto
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Ending Theme

1: "Kamisama no Itazura (神様のいたずら)" by Megumi Nakajima (eps 1,3-6,8-10)
2: "Natsutori -Uta Tobi Ano- (夏鳥-うたとぴあの-)" by Megumi Nakajima (eps 2)
3: "Hoshizora (星空)" by Megumi Nakajima (eps 7)
4: "Ashita no Hidamari (あしたの陽だまり)" by Ayana Taketatsu, Yuka Iguchi, Kana Asumi, Yuko Gibu (eps 11)
5: "A HAPPY NEW YEAR" by Maaya Sakamoto (eps 12)



Nov 12, 2011
CyndNinja (All reviews)
Dreams. Small or big, simple or far-fetched, related to hobbies, future job or just dreams of making friends. Almost everyone have dreamt of something at least once. Tamayura is an anime about chasing these dreams. And no, not about huge triumphs. It's about achieving small successes and enjoying them.


First of all, if you:
a) automatically mark every anime similar to K-On! as moeblob crap, without even bothering about things like story or characters;
b) don't like slow-paced shows that, unlike mentioned above K-On!, mainly focus on drama than on comedy;
just give up already. You will not like Tamayura either.


Tamayura ~Hitotose~ is a sequel to OVAs (which take read more
Apr 5, 2015
nishfx (All reviews)
In Kino's Journey, it is said that the world is not beautiful, which is actually said to be a reason why the world can, in fact, be considered beautiful. Tamayura is a stunningly emotional tale of a girl finding beauty in what had been the source of her sorrow before: photography. Reminded by the loss of her father, she distances herself from his former favorite activity and struggles to cope with the situation she was suddenly forced into.

Tamayura sets off when she finally succeeded in accepting reality and regaining her vitality, which allows her to dive into the memories she has been keeping buried for read more
Jul 12, 2013
Ressamp (All reviews)
There's a few different types of anime. There's anime that's written to excite, and there's also animes that bring out laughter. And then, there's animes like Aria the Animation (and it's sequels) and Tamayura: Hitotose, where there is only one purpose behind it - to make the viewer smile, and to bring joy to their hearts. I suppose Tamayura, is an anime that you could call heartwarming, and there's no doubt that that's quite the fitting descriptor. Because it really, really is quite heartwarming indeed. Watching Tamayura, brought me so much joy and warmth that no shounen or seinen anime has ever brought me. I read more
Dec 22, 2011
kelken (All reviews)
Sure, I have enjoyed and laughed during a lot of other series much more so than Tamayura: Hitotose but I've never felt compelled to write a review for any other anime. Tamayura: Hitotose is best described as "special" it was so heartwarming and pleasant without being sappy or abnormally tragic. The feelings and emotions were so relateable, even for someone much older than the characters themselves. The story progressed at a nice pace, the soundtrack matched well, and I loved the art. Each character was distinct and memorable in their own right, I changed favorites every week! Also, I want to live in that read more

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