It turned out to be the summer of great animes when Natsu no Arashi was released. Not only does it deliver an unmatched serenity of visual magic, the fun and easygoing storyline is incredibly relaxing.
Some animes take a while until you can really get into it, Natsu no Arashi isn’t one of them.
As soon as the smooth, jazzy, OP finishes rolling, you get tossed straight into some kawaii fruit prank terror. At first, the scene is bewildering, you won’t understand it at all, but as the episode continues, it’s a symphonic delightful display of time travel, non-sense, and mischief.
The flow of life and vitality from the characters is one of the best aspects of the series. Each character has their own charm and identity, their styles and traits drive the story to unbelievable heights. For example although the fanservice is commendable, the finely made Arashi is made beyond appetizing once she gets playful.
The ingredients that make this show were skillfully intertwined. An enjoyable, tastefully composed mix formed the musical tracks for the series. The range of magnificence these tracks offer compliments the settings and story without saying.
Sounds are played out nearly as vivid as colors in this series.
Natsu no Arashi! is the first and only work to ever have defined such a true idealistic summer atmosphere and when combined with it’s lush slice of life story, it goes above all saying. This show is superb.