I think all Literature Majors and Language Majors should watch Fune wo Amu.
But even if you’re not in our of those disciplines, I think there’s a lot one can learn to appreciate in the beauty of words.
I hope more people will come to watch it.
I won’t be making commentaries for this series since I think everything that needs to be said is said – that just goes to show you how poignant and well-written the story and dialogue are.
The characters have so much to offer and each are so rich.
I recommend this show for those who enjoy Natsume Yujinchou and other slice-of-life animes that take a more slow, but compelling, approach to storytelling.
I cannot encourage you enough to at least try the first episode.
You’ll find yourself somehow being inspired along the way.