[CLANNAD ~AFTER STORY~] Sonosaki ni Arumono
A MAD video based on Yukine Miyazawa.
Anime: CLANNAD and CLANNAD ~AFTER STORY~
Song: Sonosaki ni Arumono
Source: Nico Nico Douga
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Added: 2 years ago
Clannad is a Japanese visual novel created by the software company Key, who also produced the successful titles Kanon and Air.
Clannad has made several transitions to other media, including two anime series and two original video animation (OVA) episodes by Kyoto Animation. Both anime series and their accompanying OVAs are licensed by Sentai Filmworks and are localized and distributed in English by Section23 Films. The first Clannad anime series was released in North America in two half-series box sets in March and May 2009. The Clannad After Story anime series was released in North America in two half-series box sets in October and December 2009.
Clannad's story revolves around a group of five girls whose lives are connected to the same boy. Tomoya Okazaki is a third year high school student who dislikes his life ... One of the secondary characters is Yukine Miyazawa, a second year student who hangs around in the library's reference room during lunchtime offering advice and support to those in need.
Yukine is a second year student who hangs around in the library's reference room during lunchtime. Tomoya first met her in the library's reference room while trying to find a "how to" book about speeches. He is immediately greeted by her hospitality, and returns the next day with Youhei due to Youhei's insistence. Ever since, Tomoya, Nagisa, and Youhei start to enter the library reference room routinely. She later avails Tomoya and Youhei an instruction book for magical spells for them to try. Most of them are in the favor of Tomoya, involving the girls they met.
Voiced by: Atsuko Enomoto (Japanese), Maggie Flecknoe (English)
"~After Story~" actually goes a long way in rectifying this. For one, compared to the original TV series, this "season" takes place over a great numbers of years. Tomoya -- and later, Nagisa -- actually finishes school and moves on to the next step in both their lives, which is actually pretty rare in shows like these
There's also a few episodes dedicated to the librarian, Yukine Miyazawa. You may remember her from Clannad as the girl who spent her time in the library, helping people with various (and curiously effective) spells, but, as it turns out, she's far more involved with the local gangs in the area. And through these people, Clannad plays the "some people might not be as bad as they appear" card, and plays it surprisingly well. (Even if it comes with a large portion of ham near the end.)