The daughter of a glass artisan family, Fukami Touko, spends relaxed days at a cafe called “Kazemichi” at a friend’s house. On the summer vacation of her third year in high school. In front of them appeared a transfer student boy: Okikura Kakeru. He told Touko that he can hear the voices of the future. If someone knew in advance what their future would look like, what would they wish for? While feeling never-before-felt tremors in herself, Touko realises that she has started getting a feeling in her heart which she can’t leave alone… (Source: Official website)
Aired: Jul 3, 2014 to Sep 25, 2014
Producers: Lantis, P.A. Works, Pony Canyon, Sentai Filmworks
Genres: Romance, Slice of Life, Supernatural
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
To be perfectly honest… I didn’t get the anime. I don’t know what was the point of the anime. It seemed to be going somewhere with the story. Then got confusing and I honestly don’t understand it. That aside, I really liked the art style, and the music. Glasslip had a lot of shipping’s and penitential romance. The romance was there I’m not degrading it. Its just that the flow of events in the anime are like… huh? The shipping’s are obvious and all but like there are too many triangles.
The scenes I enjoyed in the anime is when Fukami is making Glasses. I also enjoyed the supernatural aspect of it. Its not the best Slice of Life I’ve seen. Its okay, I didn’t hate it.
Overall Rate: 6/10
2 thoughts on “Anime Review: Glasslip”
Most of the reviews I have read have not rated this anime highly.
I don’t get the anime to be honest, I get the main message but I still don’t get the anime… I don’t know how to explain it