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Tabi Machi Late Show


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Tabi Machi Late Show: Awaiting My Journey
Japanese: 旅街レイトショー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 2016 to Jan 29, 2016
Premiered: Winter 2016
Broadcast: Fridays at 23:17 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: CoMix Wave Films
Source: Original
Duration: 7 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 6.241 (scored by 3,684 users)
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Ranked: #68222
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Popularity: #4503
Members: 6,925
Favorites: 7
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Synopsis

Departures are moments that evoke both hope and melancholy. Tabi Machi Late Show examines how these ambivalent emotions continue to persist long beyond that singular moment of parting. Azuma reminisces about her mentor as she sees off her own student; Kumeno recalls her short, turbulent friendship with Koizumi; Yukari meets an old friend during the Lantern Festival; and Sakurada fondly remembers the numerous students she has met during her teaching career.

Structured around a theme of goodbyes and journeys, Tabi Machi Late Show is composed of four intimate, slice-of-life vignettes that wistfully examine the lasting impressions people leave on one another.

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Staff

Hori, Yuuta
Producer
Numata, Yuu
Director, Script, Storyboard, Creator
Yamada, Haru
Sound Director
Hoshiko, Senpuukyaku
Episode Director


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More reviewsReviews

Feb 15, 2016
karlstein12 (All reviews)
It's pretty great to think about the impact a simple and petty show can leave on you. Tabi Machi Late Show is one show that relies on the most basics of art to convey four short stories based on goodbyes and journeys. Stories of source of inspiration, an encounter missing on a proper goodbye, a sad tale of innocence and friendship and a life-long teacher showing her grateful farewell to the children are represented in a very unsophisticated but delightful manner. Tabi Machi Late Show isn't a show that'll leave you bewildered after its finished, but if you are willing to take a portion of read more
Jan 31, 2016
Maffy (All reviews)
While it consists of 4 short episodes, the theme of “goodbyes and journeys” is conveyed thoroughly. There are different angles in each episode, but every one of them shows how one’s life takes a turn for a new tomorrow, however happy or sad that is.

Are they original? Not really. Are they great? No. Does that mean they are bad? Again, the answer is no. However cliché they may be, they succeed in bringing up the right kind of feeling when watching this. They focus only on certain parts of a situation, letting easily the viewer surmise the surroundings and thus, make the whole scene feel read more
Jan 30, 2016
onecondishawn (All reviews)
This anime was quite interesting to watch.

However, the initial first two episodes had quite lackluster characters, and all events seemed to take an eternity. With the amount of artwork and voices they had, they could definitely have made the anime into a manga. The music itself is sweet, but ordinary and typical. Additionally, the voice acting brings nothing good to the anime, and just makes the episodes feel like eternity. Dialogue, too is quite predictable save for a few explosive moments. Even so, the pause between lines makes these moments lose their power.

I personally enjoyed, however, the amount by which the individual episodes read more
Jan 30, 2016
Maz (All reviews)
This... Wasn't a very good anime.
Consisting of only 4 episodes, with each of those being just shy of 8 minutes each, Tabi Machi was a show that was intended to evoke feelings which arise from going through the different stages in life, saying goodbye to people you know and meeting new ones to replace them.

There wasn't a story to speak of; each episode was an individual one which had different characters in different settings. The only similarity was the theme they all shared, of 'endings and goodbyes' as the synopsis puts it.
The problem was that none of the episodes were long enough to make the read more

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