Sora Yori mo Tooi Basho Review

Sindar
Retired Staff

(04-01-2018, 02:45 AM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: It's not a moe anime per se, it's moe-ish, I guess. I love moe too, though.
Oh, the one by KyoAni? Wanted to watch that after finishing Kobayashi's Maid Dragon but didn't, unfortunately.

I first thought you were saying that Tamako Market is "not a moe anime per se", I was ready to say that it really is 100% moe xD You meant Sora Yori mo Tooi Basho though.

How is the Maid Dragon by the way? The all the screenshots and gifs I saw from it gave me an impression that it is a silly comedy (though maybe not a bad one). That is it, right?

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MadaraUchiha
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(04-01-2018, 07:05 PM)Sindar Wrote: I first thought you were saying that Tamako Market is "not a moe anime per se", I was ready to say that it really is 100% moe xD You meant Sora Yori mo Tooi Basho though.

How is the Maid Dragon by the way? The all the screenshots and gifs I saw from it gave me an impression that it is a silly comedy (though maybe not a bad one). That is it, right?


No, no haven't watched it, but looking at the poster, it looks uncannily similar to K-On's designs(haven't watched it too but it's often regarded as the ultimate moe show), so I assume it's moe.

It's sometimes silly and wacky, but the main plotl ine is about this working woman called Kobayashi who, due to circumstances, takes in a dragon called Tohru and Kanna, a child dragon, and how their relationships mature throughout the series, and how Tohru and Kobayashi are able to change as a result of each other. The relationship isn't romance, per se, but it's not friendship either.

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Sindar
Retired Staff

(04-01-2018, 07:26 PM)MadaraUchiha Wrote: No, no haven't watched it, but looking at the poster, it looks uncannily similar to K-On's designs(haven't watched it too but it's often regarded as the ultimate moe show), so I assume it's moe.

It's sometimes silly and wacky, but the main plotl ine is about this working woman called Kobayashi who, due to circumstances, takes in a dragon called Tohru and Kanna, a child dragon, and how their relationships mature throughout the series, and how Tohru and Kobayashi are able to change as a result of each other. The relationship isn't romance, per se, but it's not friendship either.

It does look pretty similar to k-on. At a moment I even thought the k-on characters were going to have a cameo there.

Okay, so it isn't just comedy then. Good =)

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