The best musical anime
What the title says ... XD By the way, if you are wondering, what is the anime of the cover image ?, it is FLCL, it is also my favorite of those who come on this list.
Go! Go! 575
The story of Go! Go! 575 introduces us to the daily life of two friends and classmates, Azuki Masaoka and Maccha Kobayashi. A sketch about relaxed adolescence that features the voices of Ayaka Ohashi (Ran Shibuki in Aikatsu!) As Azuki and Yuka Ōtsubo (Kyōko Toshinō in Yuruyuri) in the role of Maccha.
Sora no Woto
So ・ Ra ・ No ・ Wo ・ To (ソ ・ ラ ・ ノ ・ ヲ ・ ra Sora no Oto ?, "Sound of Heaven") is a Japanese anime series produced by A-1 Pictures and Aniplex and directed by Mamoru Kanbe. It aired on TV Tokyo on January 5, 20101 and is the debut series of the Anime no Chikara project, a joint group of the anime department of TV Tokyo and Aniplex.2 3 Similarly, a manga adaptation illustrated by Yagi Shinba will be made and that it will be serialized from the January 2010 issue of the Dengeki Daioh magazine of ASCII Media Works. The plot revolves around a girl named Kanata Sorami. When she was completely alone as a child as a result of a war, she found inspiration in a trumpeter with whom she met. Then he decides to enter the army and become a cornetist, hoping to learn a lot since he is quite bad at it. It is assigned to the city of Seize (based in the city of Cuenca (Spain)), where it is under the command of Rio Kazumiya, its clarion instructor who plays the trumpet, and the rest of the squad. A long war brings a gradual decline to the world. People disappear from the city and fish cease to exist in the sea. In this quiet world, five girls protect a fortress with unparalleled realism.
Kowarekake no Orgel
Keiichiro, a guy who lives alone and tormented by ghosts of the past, finds a rainy night with Flower, a small Parent (home-use android) abandoned in the trash, and decides to take her home to repair it. But Flower is an old and discontinued model, and apparently there is no hope. Incredibly, the little girl reactivates and begins to live with Keiichiro, bringing joy back to her life and bringing it closer to music, her true passion ...
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross (Macross, The Super Dimensional Fortress or more correctly translated as Macross, The Hyperspace Fortress) (translation of the original Japanese title Chō Jikū Yōsai Makurosu) is a television animation series developed by the Nue studio and broadcast on Japan during the years 1982 and 1983, created from an original idea conceived by Shoji Kawamori. The story begins with the arrival, in 1999, of an alien ship, which after a violent atmospheric entry, falls on the island of South Ataria, in the Pacific Ocean. After an initial investigation and due to what was discovered on the ship, an international coalition of countries, known as United Nations Goverment (UN), initiates an armament project that includes the restoration and investigation of the technology found in the baptized ship previously as ASS-1 (Alien Star Ship-1) and that later after its restoration it would be renamed as SDF-1 Macross. In 2009, during the project completion ceremony, the arrival of the Zentradi, alien race of giants similar in appearance to humans but with a society based entirely on war. The restored ship baptized with the name of SDF-1 Macross ignites itself and shoots at the approaching ships ... The central axis of the story is the Macross space fortress, the ship that after making a frustrated spacefold (Space Fold) being near the orbit of Pluto and losing in the process its superdimensional motors necessary to perform such action, it is forced to make a cruise speed trip back to Earth where it is constantly attacked by Zentradi forces until later destruction and regeneration of the world. The other significant aspect of the story is the love triangle between three key characters, Misa Hayase, Hikaru Ichijo and Lynn Minmay. The latter forms the next key link in the series, since it is a young singer, whose emotional songs become the salvation of the human race, bringing a change of consciousness to the aliens, who come to realize that there are other options for life different from war. Additionally, it should be noted that in the aforementioned "Fold" accident, a teleportation bubble was generated that dragged Pluto to a large part of the Island where the ship fell with its entire city, forcing military personnel to rescue and restore within the ship as much survivors could to keep their lifestyle as natural as possible, even changing the interior of the ship so that it resembled the city lost in the accident. This culture clash represented a great inconvenience for the aliens for which they were not prepared.
Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica
Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica (神曲 奏 界 ポ リ フ ォ ニ カ?), Or simply Polyphonica, is a Japanese visual novel created by Ocelot and released for PC on April 28, 2006. Apart from the game, several light novel series have been created, and an adaptation The manga began in March 2007. An anime adaptation began airing in Japan on April 3, 2007. Another anime adaptation was aired between April and June 2009, and was a prequel to the events in the first anime although it could be assumed that it is a different route. In the continent of Polyphonica, spirits materialize in the world, surviving with the music that human beings reproduce, and living with them. While spirits do not appear often, some spirits have enough power to materialize in human or animal forms and coexist with humans. Dantists, who play special music called "Commandia," are widely respected in this world. They are generally in contract with powerful spirits. The story of Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica revolves around the Dantist, Phoron Tatara, and the spirit with which he made a contract, Corticarte Apa Lagranges, and his friends, in his daily life and work. It also revolves around the feelings of the protagonist (Phoron Tatara) and his spirit (Corticarte Apa Lagranges).
FLCL (フ リ ク リ Furi Kuri?) (Sometimes romanized as fooly cooly) is a Japanese animated series of six OVA episodes, directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki from the Gainax studio, published by Gainax and Production IG in 2000. It all starts when Naota Nandaba, quite mature boy for his age, admirer of his older brother, Tasuku who has gone to the United States to play baseball, is bored and caught in the daily life of life and accompanying the lonely girlfriend of his brother named Mamimi Samejima under a bridge in the quiet fictional town of Mabase, crowned by a huge factory called Medical Mechanica in the form of an iron. Everything changes a day when he abruptly meets a very strange girl who accidentally runs over him and hits him with his electric bass on the head, which causes him to get a huge bump. From that moment, his life has a 180 ° turn and strange things begin to happen around him, because the girl who calls himself Haruko Haruhara comes to live with them from good to first, strange things come out of his head Like cat ears and revolver triggers that he has to hide from his friends, he is swallowed by robots and ends up in a fight between Haruko and Medical Mechanics to get Atomsk, the pirate king capable of stealing entire planets. The series contains several parodies of other anime, in addition to including symbolisms. One of the strengths of the series is its soundtrack. Most of the music in the series was made by the rock group The pillows, which has increased its popularity in the West. Two soundtracks ("Addict" and "King of pirates") were released, and a third party that is a compilation (simply titled "FLCL No. 3"). The ending is titled "Ride on shooting star", and is One of the group's most famous singles. An interesting note is that the anime sequences were choreographed from the original themes (as in the Atomsk scene), and not vice versa, as usually happens. In addition, there are many references to Guitars and Basses, which are used physically and musically (the latter very rarely) throughout the series. The music of the OVA, on the other hand, was composed by Mitsumune Shinkichi.
Macross Frontier (マ ク ロ ス フ ロ ン テ ィ ア Makurosu Furontia?) (Translated as Macross Frontera) is a 2008 TV anime series, created to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Macross franchise. He began broadcasting in Japan with a TV special called Macross Frontier: Deculture Edition which served as a preamble to what the series would be like at the end of 2007. It's the year 2059. It has been 47 years since the first war against the Zentraedis giants, in which humanity was on the verge of extinction. Aware of the risk involved in having no other home in the universe in which humanity could survive, the era of expansion begins throughout the galaxy. Thus, aboard gigantic colonizing fleets composed of huge ships that could contain entire cities, the human race is heading for new worlds that could house human life. One of these fleets is the number 25 known as Macross Frontier, which houses about 10 million people between humans and zentradis, who develop their activities as in any modern city. At the beginning of the series the fleet would receive Idol Pop Sheryl Nome who would have a concert in that colony. The protagonists of the story are Alto Saotome, a young student and who makes a living doing part-time jobs (one of these jobs was precisely to be part of Sheryl's concert number) and Ranka Lee, a girl who works in the chain of restaurants Nyan Nyan (restaurant chain owned by the uncles of Lynn Minmay) and Finally Sheryl Nome: the idol of this series. Meanwhile in outer space something terrible is about to happen.
"Miss Monochrome" is a character designed by the famous seiyuu Yui Horie, who will also give voice to the character. In this story, Miss Monochrome only loves the monochrome style, dislike any other type of color, so her dream is to change the world to her favorite colors, white and black. To achieve this, it will cease to be just a robot for people, and will strive to become a recognized idol that everyone wants.
White Album (ホ ワ イ ト ア ル バ ム Howaito arubamu) is an adult visual novel developed by Leaf, originally released on May 1, 1998 for PC in CD-ROM format. A version for PlayStation 3 created by Aquaplus with the modification of several scenes and a sequel to the original visual novel, called White Album 2: introductory chapter, was released in winter 2009. The game mode in White Album follows a plot line, It offers predetermined scenarios and fields of interaction that focuses on the attractiveness of the female main characters. White Album has received several adaptations. An adaptation to the manga illustrated by Chako Abeno began serialization in Dengeki Daioh magazine in August 2008, followed by an adaptation to the anime produced by Seven Arcs, which began airing in Japan on January 3, 2009. The story follows Tōya Fujii, a university student, and his relationship with his romantic interest singer Yuki Morikawa which is an idol that is becoming famous, as well as his interactions with Yuki's senpai, Rina Ogata. The story continues, showing how the lives of Tōya and Yuki face each other's eyes.
Senki Zesshou Symphogear
Senki Zesshō Symphogear (戦 姫 絶唱 シ ン フ ォ ギ ア Senki Zesshō Shinfogia?) Is an anime series produced by Encourage Films with the production assistance of Satelight, aired by Tokyo MX between January 6, 2012 until March 30, 2012 with 13 episodes . A second season under the name of, Senki Zesshō Symphogear G, began airing from July 4, 2013 and culminated on October 6, 2013 with 13 episodes as well as its predecessor. The Openings of the series were in charge of Nana Mizuki, while the endings were in charge of Ayahi Takagaki, both are seiyus of characters of the series. The world is threatened by an unidentified species called Noise, which disintegrate humans by touching them. Two years before the beginning of the plot, the members of the duo Zwei Wing, formed by Tsubasa Kazanari and Kanade Amō, fight against the invaders (Noise) with the help of their armor known as Symphogear. In the encounter, Kanade dies protecting Hibiki Tachibana who then develops the same powers. Later they appear other 3 users Symphogear Hibiki, Tsubasa and Chris, with which they will have to fight against the Noise and avoid the fall of the moon in order to save the earth.
Wake Up, Girls!
Green Leaves Entertainment is a small agency of Sendai, the largest city in the northeast of the Tohoku region, which is on the verge of closing after losing all of its clients, including magicians, photographers or fortune tellers. In a last attempt to keep the company afloat, its president proposes to produce a group of idols, having one of its agents to find the girls who will make it up.
Super Sonico: The Animation
Super Sonico is a university student who combines her studies with her career in the world of fashion and music, being the guitarist and vocalist of the group “Daiichi Uchû Sokudo”.
The Idolm @ ster
The Idolmaster (ア イ ド ル マ ス タ ー Aidorumasutā ?, officially stylized as THE iDOLM @ STER) is a saga of Japanese simulation and rhythm video games created by Namco Bandai Games (formerly Namco). The saga follows the career of a producer who works for the fictional 765 Production studio and has to work with a selection of pop idols. Originally launched as an arcade game in 2005, the franchise has grown with numerous ports, sequels and spin-offs on several video game consoles, including several social network games. The series includes a variety of content in other media, such as anime (in 2007 and 2011), audio dramas and radio programs. Each installment of the series has experienced different levels of success, but the set of games and related content has generated 10 billion yen in 2013. It follows the career of a producer working for a fictional studio with a collection of 10 future idols.
The story, based on the game of Marvelous, takes place in the Bakumatsu Era, at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate in Japan. The government uses the "Heavenly Song" interpreted by the Shinsengumi to brainwash citizens and keep them under control. Writing or singing any other song is considered a crime. Ryoma Sakamoto and his fellow rockers want to start a revolution against the shogunate using their own rock'n'roll to fight for freedom and justice, counteracting the effects of the Shinsengumi theme.
Tari Tari (タ リ タ リ Tari Tari) is a 13 episode anime series produced by PA Works and directed by Masakazu Hashimoto. The series aired in Japan from July 1 to September 23, 2012 on TV Kanagawa, and was also broadcast simultaneously via streaming by Crunchyroll. The story revolves around five Japanese high school / high school students, who are too young to be called adults, but no longer think of themselves as children. Wakana Sakai once studied music, which he left after the death of his mother. Konatsu Miyamoto is a positive girl who loves to sing and spends time after school at the Vocal Group of her school, which she would later resign to form the Coral Club. Sawa Okita is an energetic member of the Archery Club, and dreams of becoming a horse rider. Taichi Tanaka is the only member of the Badminton Club, who is always late, lives with his older sister, who studies at the university. Atsuhiro Maeda (called "Wiin") was recently transferred to the previous group after having lived 12 years in Austria. The music makes Wakana, Konatsu, Sawa and the others form a group during their last summer of high school. The story takes place in Fujisawa and Kamakura, both in Kanagawa.
Pretty Rhythm: Dear my Future
Second season of Pretty Rhythm.
Detroit Metal City
Detroit Metal City (デ ト ロ イ ト ・ メ タ ル ・ シ テ ィ Detoroito Metaru Shiti?) Is a manga created by Kiminori Wakasugi. The manga is published by Young Animal magazine from 2005 to 2010. A 12-episode anime version was published by Studio 4 ° C on August 8, 2008 and a film version with real actors (in which Gene Simmons appears ) was produced by Tōhō and directed by Toshio Lee, published in Japanese cinemas on August 23, 2008. The original name of the manga is a parody of the Detroit Rock City song by KISS And widely influenced by the Japanese heavy metal ensemble Seikima -II. Negishi Souichi is a guy like any other. He is from Osaka, although he studies in Tokyo to be a nursery teacher. He likes French pop music, plays the guitar and, in general, is a very kind and attentive guy with those around him. In addition, he is in love with Aikawa, who shares the same tastes as him. It is not known how, Negishi finished vocalist of a Death Metal group: Detroit Metal City. When he puts on his suit, wig and makeup, he becomes Johannes Krauser II, a psycho with a guitar; Obscene, sadistic and violent. If he is not beating an old man at concerts, he makes an entrance eating some bats or sings about killing and raping people.
Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live
Third season of Pretty Rhythm.
Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream
The Prism Show is a new type of ice skating show, which requires its participants to be great skaters, models and singers (all at the same time). A group of girls will have to work hard to overcome their fights between them and their growing interest in boys if they wish to fulfill their dreams, including being the "Prism Queen".
Gravitation (グ ラ ビ テ ー シ ョ ン Gurabitēshon?) Is a manga created by author Maki Murakami of the shōnen-ai type, which was serialized in Kimi to Boku magazine. At the close of the magazine in 2004, he went on to a publication called Comic Genzo of the Gentosha publishing house, with the name of Gravitation 2. The television series has 13 episodes created in 2000 and two eggs in 1999. The manga consists of 12 volumes And it has come to an end. There are also twelve doujinshis called Gravitation Remix, and three others called Megamix, recently created, which show explicit sex scenes for what are considered within the genres Yaoi and Hentai, which the author had suppressed for not matching the public she is destined of the magazine. Its continuation is Gravitation EX (Gravitation EXtra) and is currently in process, with some volumes already published in Japan. This story is about a young man named Shindou Shuichi, who dreams of becoming a Japanese pop star with his best friend Hiroshi Nakano better known as "Hiro" with whom he forms a band with the name of Bad Luck, after a series of events related to their record company "NG Records Corporation", they are joined by a new member: Fujisaki Suguru (Cousin of Seguchi Touma). He falls in love at first sight with Yuki Eiri, a prestigious novelist who is an extremely cold and serious guy.
Fourth season of Pretty Rhythm.
In a future in which all multimedia entertainment is forbidden to "pollute" people's minds, a group of girls will take the name of a group of idols of the 21st century in order to sing throughout the universe as the group of idols / illegal mercenaries AKB0048.
Aikatsu! (ア イ カ ツ!?), Short for Aidoru Katsudō! (ア イ ド ル カ ツ ド ウ lit. "Idol activities"?), Is a collectible card game from Bandai. The game revolves around the use of collectible cards that offer various clothing items to help aspiring idols pass auditions. An adaptation to the anime, made by Sunrise, began airing on October 8, 2012.1 In addition, video games for Nintendo 3DS, manga and light novels based on this game have been developed. The series takes place at Starlight Academy (ス タ ー ラ イ ト 学園 Sutāraito Gakuen?), A prestigious female school where both secondary and high school / high school education is taught, where girls train to become idols and participate in various performances. To participate in these performances, the girls use Aikatsu cards, special cards containing digitized dresses and accessories of various brands that are used to dress in their performances. What they do well depends, often, on the right combination of these letters. In video games, the player takes the role of a new student, who must train to become an idol and reach the top. The anime series follows a girl named Ichigo Hoshimiya, who thanks to the performance of the famous and successful idol Mizuki Kanzaki, decides to enroll in Starlight Academy with her best friend, Aoi Kiriya. Together with their classmate, Ran Shibuki, Ichigo and Aoi spend every day training for the performances, with the aim of becoming the best idols. The story continues with the second season where a new academy for idols called Dream Academy appears where new characters like Seira, Ki, Sora and Maria study. The third season follows Akari Ozora as the protagonist and the new idols of Starlight Academy, Sumire Hikami and Hinaki Shinjo.
Full Moon wo Sagashite
Full Moon Wo Sagashite (満 月 を さ が し て Furu Mūn wo Sagashite ?, lit. Looking for the full moon), or generally shortened to Full Moon, is a shōjo manga series by Arina Tanemura. According to the furigana, the kanji 満 月 of the title reads “furu mūn” (full moon) and not “mangetsu” or “mitsuki”. In Japan the full title is always used, while in the USA. UU. It shortens as full moon. Originally this manga was published in Ribon, a Japanese magazine for girls. For 2004 it was finished and had a total of 7 tankōbon and an artbook. As the manga began to gain popularity, an adaptation to the anime was made simultaneously, performed by Studio DEEN, ending before the manga. Full Moon wo Sagashite focuses on a 12-year-old girl named Mitsuki Kouyama. Mitsuki dreams of being a singer, because she has a lot of talent and wants to be an Idol, but suffers from a throat cancer, which can only be cured with surgery, which can end up damaging her vocal cords. One day, two shinigami appear before her, which she can only see, called Takuto and Meroko, who respond to the team name "Negi ramen" (Noodles with soup). They confess to Mitsuki that he has only one more year to live and Mitsuki realizes that he cannot wait any longer to fulfill his dream of becoming a singer. However, he is not old enough to appear for an audition, so he makes a deal with Takuto, so that he transforms her into a 16-year-old girl, and her stage name will be "Full Moon." Not only does your age change but your throat is healed, and you can sing without any difficulty. To begin his singing career, Mitsuki participates in an audition for a singing contest. Despite having a lot of competition, he manages to excite the judges with his enthusiasm and his beautiful voice. In addition, two years before the Shinigami arrived, she promised Eichi Sakurai, a boy she met at the orphanage and her best friend, that they would both achieve their dreams: he would be an astronomer and she would be a singer. But shortly after, Eichi was adopted and left for the US, without the possibility that Mitsuki could confess his feelings. Now, knowing that she is going to die, she hopes that one day Eichi can listen to her songs and come back with her before her life ends. In the manga, as in the anime, Mitsuki debuts under the stage name "Full Moon." However, unlike anime, it does not gain recognition and instant popularity, but has to fight to be on the charts. Despite their similar beginnings, anime and manga have totally different plots.
Kiniro no Corda: Blue Sky
8 years after the adventures of Hino Kahoko, it is now time for Koihinata Kanade to step on the stage. Shortly after the transfer to Seiso Gakuin, Kanade finds the orchestra club in the middle of preparing for the National Contest. Work as a team with the other members, which will improve their skills, meet new rivals and create memories for what will be an unforgettable summer ...
BECK (ベ ッ ク?) Is a manga series, which was later adapted to the anime with the name BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad. Its author is Harold Sakuishi, and it was first published in the Montlhy Shōnen Magazine of the Kōdansha publishing house. Yukio Tanaka ("Koyuki"), a 14-year-old boy, meets Minami Ryuusuke, a 16-year-old US-raised guitarist, who opens the doors to the world of music. Yukio Tanaka, after learning to play the guitar, will become part of the Minami Ryuusuke Rock band along with 3 other components. History will show us the path that goes along, this group, called Beck, for becoming professionals, the relationship of friendship that is created between everyone, as well as the personal evolution of each one of them.
Nodame Cantabile (の だ め カ ン タ ー ビ レ Nodame Kantābire?) Is a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya. In 2004 he received an award for best shōjo manga for Kōdansha. It has been adapted in his native Japan as a drama (real image series) and anime. The author's ailments (for example, carpal tunnel syndrome) are delaying her continued appearance in the magazine where she is published (Kiss). Shinichi Chiaki is one of the best piano students of his university, as well as an excellent violinist but his real dream is to follow in the footsteps of his mentor, Sebastiano Viera, and become an orchestra conductor. After a dispute with his piano tutor, Chiaki-san is transferred to the "losers" classrooms, where he meets Megumi Noda or Nodame, as she is named when she speaks of herself in the third person, a somewhat extravagant girl from second year that specializes in piano and with which the protagonist establishes a strange friendly relationship. The story manifests an inner struggle of Chiaki-san in a quest to carve out his own professional future as a conductor trying to save his biggest drawback: his phobia of airplanes and ships, which inevitably recruits him in Japan and prevents him from traveling abroad to continue his training and to meet Viera.
Love Live !: School Idol Project
Focused on Otonokizaka High School, which is at risk of closing due to the small number of students. To avoid this, nine girls will become idols to promote their school.
Nana (ナ ナ?) Is a josei manga created by mangaka Ai Yazawa, serialized in Cookie and published by Shueisha. The first 12 volumes of the series have sold more than 22 million copies. Nana Osaki is a Punk singer (although the sound is actually rather depressive emo-gothic) that all she wants is to be able to debut and beat the Trapnest band, in which her ex-boyfriend Ren Honjou plays the guitar. Nana and Ren were in the same band in the past, the Black stones (also known as Blast to shorten the name), but all that ended when Ren was offered the opportunity to replace a member of the popular band Trapnest, for which leaves the band to go to Tokyo with their new band. Nana Osaki, after realizing that if she went with her boyfriend to Tokyo, her chances of becoming a popular singer would be greatly diminished, and she said it was not life for her to wait for Ren at her house making soup. Finally, he decides to keep his own. Nana Komatsu for her part is called by Ōsaki "Hachi" (Eight), which derives from "Hachiko" a very famous puppy in Japan, and considers her nothing more than a small puppy, very loyal to those who care about her, but demanding a lot of attention in turn. All his life Nana Komatsu lived in a very spoiled, overprotected way and where he rarely had to think on his own, which when he grew older began to bring him major problems. With the habit of falling in love at the first sight of anyone, Hachi always depends on other people to help him put his feet on the ground, especially his high school friend, Junko Saotome nicknamed Jun. Some time later his friend Junko has to leave Hachi to attend an art university in Tokyo. Hachi desperately wanted to follow Junko and her boyfriend at the time, Shouji, to Tokyo, but he had no means to live there or settle. However, after working hard alone, he finally manages to save enough to be able to move and start his life independently. Hachi on the train to Tokyo for the first time sees Nana Osaki, who was also going to Tokyo, where they begin to talk and after numerous coincidences that are happening, especially that have to do with number seven, coincide to rent a apartment and decide to live together. Although their personalities contrast markedly once they know each other, both Nana Osaki and "Hachi" begin to respect and please each other, having a great friendship.
K-ON! (け い お ん! Keion !?) is a 4-koma manga series written and illustrated by Kakifly. The Hōbunsha publishing house seinen Manga Time Kirara magazine began serializing since May 2007. It has also been serialized in the Hōbunsha manga time magazine Kirara Carat from October 2008. A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation was aired between April and June 2009.1 An OVA came out in January 2010. A second season of 26 episodes, named K-ON !! (with two exclamation marks), it was broadcast between April and September 2010, with another OVA in March 2011. At the end of the second season the production of a film was announced, which premiered in Japan on December 3, 2011. The title of the series comes from the Japanese name for what some translate as light music keiongaku (軽 音 楽?). But, it should not be confused with light music as it is known in the West, as the term rather refers to contemporary music or pop music. The base story focuses on four girls attending their first year of high school, starting with Yui Hirasawa and her impatience in the search for a club to participate in. On the other hand, there is Ritsu Tainaka (drummer) who proposes to her best friend Mio Akiyama (bassist), sign up together at the institute's light music club; Unfortunately they find out that it is close to being closed because all its members had graduated the previous year. Because the minimum allowed to form a club is 4 members, Ritsu and Mio desperately try to get interested in participating, and in the attempt they will be able to recruit Tsumugi Kotobuki who tells them that he only knows how to play keyboard. This means that only one more member is needed to have the club running again, and it is here that, after a long wait, Yui finally decides on a club, precisely the one with light music. This saved it from extinction. Unfortunately, the club, which they will later name "Hōkago Tea Time" ('Tea time after school), requires the key piece of almost every musical band: the guitarist, and Yui has no experience with any instrument.
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Use
Based on the original, award-winning manga, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso de Naoshi Arakawa, Your lie in April is about a piano prodigy who cannot listen to his music after having suffered a trauma in which he lost his mother and his piano instructor With both things that have been taken away from him, Kousei Arima's life becomes monotonous and meaningless. One day, Kousei is introduced to a violinist named Kaori Miyazono. Although his first impression of her was terrible, Kaori's music caught him completely. Free, powerful and passionate - Kaori's perfect presentation brings Kousei back to life. United by music, can Kaori's violin soul sounds take him to play the piano again?