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Synonyms: Eve, Dark Night
Japanese: 闇夜
English: Yamiyo
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Type: Music
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 24, 2019
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Studios: Twin Engine
Source: Original
Theme: MusicMusic
Duration: 4 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.451 (scored by 44154,415 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #7137
Members: 8,020
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Official music video for Eve's song Yamiyo, the song was used as the second ED to the Dororo TV series. The song was on EVE's digital album release the following day.

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Jun 26, 2019
I'm not sure how much one can say reviewing a 4 minute music video but I'll do my best to do it justice.

I'm not the biggest fan of Japanese music overall. Many anime OPs and EDs are rather irritating or just boring to me personally. But this song is a certified masterpiece. Featuring beautiful instrumental work and vocals and lyrics that really tell a powerfully emotional story. The song evokes a sense of deep melancholy with a strong undertone of hope. It tells of suffering and sadness, but also of a soul that hasn't given up hope and is willing to continue pushing to improve ...
Jun 28, 2019
I've done reviews for an 8 seconds long clip before, I don't see anything stopping me from doing so with this 4 minutes long animation as well.
“Yamiyo” isn't only the second ending song to the fantastic show “Dororo”, probably with how generic it sounds, making it easy to blend with almost anything, and as I've grown used to it being tied with the latter show, I was shocked to see that it had an entirely independent animation that tells a story of its own. It feels like redemption, it cries of regret, but most importantly, it relates to most of us, and we all have ...
Jun 26, 2019
"Yumiyo" is the second ending song to Dororo, and it's alright. The song itself is a formulaic slow Japanese Pop song, which is sung relatively well. On repeat listens the singer's voice begins to come off as obnoxious. The instrumental is.... interesting? Not bad or good interesting, but interesting nonetheless. The blend of soft violin and guitar with some SICK trap beats doesn't work all that well.
The video is, as all animated music videos seem to be, generic, bland, uninteresting, and overall bad. One or two images stand out as memorable but apart from those it's like watching a 12 year old's edgy fantasy. People ...

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