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Living for the Day After Tomorrow 

Asatte no hôkô. (original title)
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Young Karada makes a wish to become an adult, while older Shoko longs to relive her youth. The wish comes true, and both girls must learn how to live under the very unusual circumstances.
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Ayumi Fujimura Ayumi Fujimura ...  Karada Iokawa 4 episodes, 2006
Shizuka Itô ...  Shoko Nogami 4 episodes, 2006
Satoshi Hino ...  Hiro Iokawa 4 episodes, 2006
Akeno Watanabe Akeno Watanabe ...  Toko Amino 4 episodes, 2006
Katsuhito Nomura Katsuhito Nomura ...  Tetsumasa Amino 2 episodes, 2006
Masato Nomura Masato Nomura ...  Tetsumasa Amino 2 episodes, 2006
Tadahisa Saizen Tadahisa Saizen ...  Masao Okudera / ... 2 episodes, 2006
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Young Karada makes a wish to become an adult, while older Shoko longs to relive her youth. The wish comes true, and both girls must learn how to live under the very unusual circumstances.

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5 October 2006 (Japan) See more »

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An amazing anime series!
11 March 2013 | by rccayenSee all my reviews

Living for the Day After Tomorrow (or "Asatte no Houkou") is everything you want from a "slice of life" anime. It's incredibly sweet; the characters are endearing and very well developed; the pacing is perfect, not too fast, but not sluggish--just perfect for the story of summer magic.

The camera angles, scenery, music--everything fits absolutely perfectly. If you liked Azumanga Daioh, or Yotsuba&! (anything of Kiyohiko Azuma's, basically), or, as I said, anything that has a relaxed "slice of life" type feel to it, you will adore Living for the Day After Tomorrow from first episode to last.

I highly recommend it, and if you happen to come across it, don't pass up the chance to see it!


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