If I could erase my own memories, I would do it over and over again just to watch this anime for the first time.
Clannad: After Story
Clannad: After Story, the sequel to the critically acclaimed slice-of-life series Clannad, begins after Tomoya Okazaki and Nagisa Furukawa graduate from high school. Together, they experience the emotional rollercoaster of growing up. Unable to decide on a course for his future, Tomoya learns the value of a strong work ethic and discovers the strength of Nagisa's support. Through the couple's dedication and unity of purpose, they push forward to confront their personal problems, deepen their old relationships, and create new bonds. Time also moves on in the Illusionary World. As the plains grow cold with the approach of winter, the Illusionary Girl and the Garbage Doll are presented with a difficult situation that reveals the World's true purpose. Based on the visual novel by Key and produced by Kyoto Animation, Clannad: After Story is an impactful drama highlighting the importance of family and the struggles of adulthood.
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Oh I’d really love to do that for many anime :D I’m glad that my memory is like a sieve so sometimes I at least forget some important facts, but it’s still not the same 😅
haha yeah, that happens to me as well and I end up rewatching a lot of anime after some time, including this one. But it will never be like the first time. I feel like after Clannad I’ve never experienced the same level of emotion in an anime. Shigatsu wa kimi no uso came pretty close though :)
If you want to try Kimi no Na wa., Violet Evergarden, Koe no Katachi and Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara
I rewatched many of my fav anime in the last months and I was really amazed about what kind of facts I had forgotten :’D Clannad was one of my first anime when I started to watch anime again after childhood and I liked it, but honestly I’m not sure if it would entertain me that much today. But I loved Shigatsu as well, especially since I’m a musician ;) And the anime Spyros recommended are also very good and emotional! Although I haven’t seen the last one.