Waiting in the Summer (2012)

24m
Running Time

1
Seasons

12
Episodes

January 10, 2012
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
7
Waiting in the Summer

Waiting in the Summer (2012)

24m
Running Time

1
Seasons

12
Episodes

January 10, 2012
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
J.C.StaffTV AichiKBS Kyoto

Plot.

While testing out his camera on a bridge one summer night, Kaito sees a blue light streaking across the sky, only to be blown off the railing seconds later. Just before succumbing to unconsciousness, a hand reaches down to grab ahold of his own. He woke up the next morning wondering how he ended up back in his own room with no injuries or any recollection of the night before. As he proceeds with his normal school life, Kaito and his friends discuss what to do with his camera, finally deciding to make a film with it over the summer break. Noticing that Kaito has an interest in the new upperclassmen Ichika Takatsuki, his friend Tetsurou decides to invite her, as well as her friend Remon Yamano, to join them in their project. In what becomes one of the most entertaining and exciting summers of their lives, Kaito and his friends find that their time spent together is not just about creating a film, but something much more meaningful that will force them to confront their true feelings.

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Details.

Release Date
January 10, 2012

Original Name
あの夏で待ってる

Status
Ended

Seasons
1

Episodes
12

Running Time
24m

Content Rating
TV-14

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Wiki.

Waiting in the Summer (あの夏で待ってる, Ano Natsu de Matteru) is a 2012 Japanese anime television series animated by J.C.Staff, produced by Genco and Geneon, and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai. The screenplay was written by Yōsuke Kuroda with original character design by Taraku Uon, who both contributed in the creation of the Please! franchise (Please Teacher! and Please Twins!). The 12-episode series aired in Japan between January and March 2012 on TV Aichi and KBS. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the anime for release in North America. The staff of the anime returned to produce an original video animation episode in August 2014. A manga adaptation illustrated by Pepako Dokuta was serialized in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Daioh magazine.

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