05 July 2012

First Impression: Tari Tari

After watching Tari Tari, this show is definitely going to be included in my MUST WATCH list for this season. Having said that I still have no idea why. I just like the overall feelings I get from watching it and the fact that in this episode, the choir sang Reflectia by Eufonius, was totally made of win.

Tari Tari is somewhat a musical based show where the focus of this first episode is pretty much about how certain characters want to sing while the others don't. I am pretty sure half way through this show, they will manage to put aside their differences and end up having the choir group that Miyamoto works hard for. The interesting part about Tari Tari is that the only two characters that seem to know each other pretty well are Miyamoto and Sawa. Looking at the OP, looks like they both need to bond with the other three characters including the exchange student from Austria, who is pretty unique character himself since he learned what needed to be learned about Japanses culture through book and hence acting quite weird. Then there's Sakai who is the emo of the group which we will eventually learn why. Last but not least is Tanaka who to be honest, the character that I am interested in the most.

I can't find fault with any of the characters since they are all very strong individually. I don't even find Miyamoto annoying but instead thought that she is actually inspirational for she pretty much takes her life in her own hand and do what she must to achieve what she wants.

We all know P.A. Works can be exceptional when it comes to the art and animation and for Tari Tari they do not disappoint and deliver what is expected of them.

A good solid start indeed. I want more.

Episodes: 13
Aired: Summer 2012
Genres: School, music

art & animation 9/10
story 8/10
characters 9/10
sound 8/10
enjoyment 10/10
overall 8.8/10


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