Tonight we will start with a new show Tari Tari it’s a great piece of work done by P.A. Works which happens to be the animation studio behind so many of the great anime we have seen so far. I hope everyone will enjoy this one as much as I did. Furthermore we will be continuing with both Psycho Pass and Sakuraso. Also I just wanted to remind everyone if you can’t try and make it out tomorrow to Nippon Style it will be worth it trust me. So please come by for some great company, amazing shows, and tasty boba drinks and as always thank you.
Tari Tari (Slice of Life/Music/Drama PG-13): episode 1 “Running and Inviting” and episode 2 “Gathering and Struggling”
Konatsu Miyamoto was rejected to sing with the other members of her chorus club by the teacher because she was missing "something special". Being her last year in high school, she felt like doing something crazy: She quit. In the place of her former club, Konatsu comes up with the idea to make a new chorus club, inviting the people around her to join. With dreams in each of the member's hearts, they live out their high school lives.
Sakuraso no Pet na Kanojo (Comedy/Slice of Life/Drama PG-13): episode 11 “Galaxy Cat Nyaboron” and episode 12 “The Power of Love in the Cultural Festival”
Sorata is kicked out of his high-school dorms for keeping a cat, and moves into a small dorm called Sakurasou. It turns out that all the residents, in addition to being uncontrollable and weird, are outstanding in some way: a well-known animator, a scriptwriter, a programmer. A beautiful girl called Mashiro moves in who is an internationally known painter but is so devoted to art that she can't even dress herself, and Sorata is given the job of looking after her. Through her and the other residents, he learns who he is and what he wants to do.
Psycho Pass (Sci-fi/Action R): episode 11 “Saint’s Supper” and episode 12 “Devil’s Crossroad”
In Psycho-Pass's setting, it is possible to instantaneously measure a person's mental state, personality, and the probability that a person will commit crimes, all through a device installed on each citizen's body called a Psycho-Pass and the use of Sibyl System. When this probability, measured by the "Crime Coefficient" index, is too high in an individual, they are pursued and apprehended—with lethal force, if necessary. This task is performed by a special team of so called latent criminals (people whose crime coefficient is deemed too high, and without chance of recovery) called Enforcers, who are supervised by police officers known as Inspectors; the Inspectors ensure that Enforcers perform their duties within the constraints of the law. Both Enforcers and Inspectors use "Dominators" think of Dirty Harry’s Magnum on steroids, special weapons designed to fire only on those with a higher than normal Crime Coefficient. The story follows Unit One of the Public Safety Bureau's Criminal Investigation Division.