When she was little, Mira Kinohata met a boy named Ao at a campsite in town. While gazing at the starry sky together, Mira learns that there's a star with the same name as herself, but no star named Ao. The two then promised to one day explore asteroids together and find a star to name it after him.
Several years later, Mira enrolls at the Hoshizaki high school and decides to join the astronomy club to fulfill her promise. However, she learns that the astronomy club will be merged with the geological research society to form the earth science club. Reluctantly, Mira goes to the club room and is reunited with Ao Manaka—the person she made the promise to explore asteroids with—and is shocked to learn that she is a girl!
This is honestly really nice. It's one of those all girl cast animes, filled with such cute moments, but also following a clear and interesting story with it's theme being based around space, rocks, maps and all sorts of things related to those. I dunno about you, but rocks and space just really interest me lol. I'd collect them myself, but you're here for the review.
What helps the anime is it's story of childhood friends, reuniting years later, and really becoming best friends. Along with the relationships with the other club members, and that they have with each other. It's cute, and it's honestly relaxing
too. Sometimes a peaceful and calm anime like this is just what you need.
The art style I adore too. It's really colourful, and that is what makes it beautiful in my eyes. Really well done. No matter it be the characters themselves, or colours of the sky, or scenery. It's well done all round.
The music and sounds in general is also fitting for purpose, and really good.
Honestly a fine anime for this season, you should check it out while it's still going!
Among the various Anime released in January 2020, is one of the studios that is fairly solid in its adaptation. Namely, Doga Kobo with his new title "Koisuru Shouwakusei" The thing that made him 'different' from others was not only having a unique storyline, but also in terms of the graphic design that was displayed when it was really 'different'.
It was when we were kids.
"Watashitachi ga kodomo no koro" is the one word that appeared at the beginning of the promotional video of this Koisuru Shouwakusei anime. Koisuru Shouwakusei described a woman named Mira Konohata, who was a student from Hoshizaki High School.
Because when she was little, Mira met someone named Ao Manaka, their meeting there when he was little made Mira a little interested in things related to space.
One day, when Mira went to see the club at her school, and coincidentally met with Ao Manaka. After their meeting, starting from here the story of Koisuru Shouwakusei begins ...
Music in an Anime is something that cannot be separated. Because this also affects the development of the atmosphere in the story. Koisuru Shouwakusei can be called presenting music that is 'just right' even if in personal opinion this is exceptionally great music. As if this music was made not for the Anime itself, but the Anime follows the music. But everyone's opinions must be different, but the music presented in Koisuru Shouwakusei is very fitting in building the atmosphere and portraying the image of this Anime itself.
This is probably one of the main factors that makes people interested in watching this anime. The illustrations in Koisuru Shouwakusei are very different from the illustrations used in anime in general. Koisuru Shouwakusei is indeed not the first time, but after all this time, flooded with sharing the title of Anime maybe Koisuru Shouwakusei has the most prominent illustration. The background image is no less extraordinary. Maybe this is what is called realistic art. But even though the character's illustration and background are somewhat extraordinary, this is not followed by the expression of each character. Also, the amount of CG that I feel is still lacking to explain the story. So we are required to read the subtitles carefully if we want to understand the situation clearly.
Stepping Forward, Towards Dreams.
"If you have the chance to repeat everything from the beginning, do you choose to stay the way you are, or choose to change even though there is no guarantee that it will work?" asteroids that they find based on their desires. Will Mira and Ao be able to find the asteroid? Actually the possibilities are endless, so hope as high as possible because someday that desire will become a prayer and will come true.
A story that, in beginning, is very relaxing and, in the same time, mild dramatic content. It's my first impression that I have about Koisuru Asteroid. Storys that talk about characters united by same thing like a hobbie of a familiar event, likes as Kimi No Na Wa, always attract me, and was that happen with this anime. The art color are, impressionaly, vivid and bright and are extremaçy rare on anime series art tecnics, because this type of art is more used in anime movies. If you watch Koisuru Asteroid in a dark room, you
can have headache due of bright and vivid colores.
We know the work is about two childrens in a camp that do a promisses of "found his own star" and after found each other on college. Therefore, exist a manner in artistic production to reproduce fells like nostalgia, tranquily and chilbourhood when it mix the vivid colores of animation with the light and childlike traits of the characters. In other words, they try to pass the anime mensage in animation. The characters are adolescents but they are similiar to childrens due draws style that, in mangá, is used to make kids, like short stature and small breasts (in girls). Koisuru Asteroid doesn't show adolescence like studyin, fun, sex or other themes that are showed with stereotype in ocidental culture industry (mainly in romantic comedies of Hollywood), but like as a continuation of chilhood dreams and ambitions.
However, in same time the anime art surprised me, the story and the pessoal and intelectual development of characters was very bad. The geoscience club is a group of stereotypes of anime characters (the protagonist so cheerful and positive that it sounds something unnatural and irritating like mira is impossible to found her on real life, or, if she can be founded, she will be very irritant). However, the worst thing about Koisuru Asteroid is the way that the story is happened: In some episodes, the characters prefer only talk about astronomy or geology than participate in the screenplay). Koisuru Asteroid is similiar to an scientific educative cartoons for children. I was very unhappy because of an anime that have a nice art but with a bad story.