Breimh’s Anime Review – You & Me

Friends since kindergarten and seemingly like blood brothers, You and Me follows the lives of Yuta and Yuki Asaba, Shun Matsuokan and Kaname Tsukahara; as well as transfer student Chizuru Tachibana who joins the circle of friends. Together we will watch as they laugh, dance, cry and share the memories of growing up together in everyday life.
(Season 2)
“No matter how many years go by, I’m sure we’ll still be laughing together.” Twins Yuta and Yuki, Kaname, and Shun have been childhood friends since kindergarten. When transfer student Chizuru joins them, their five man school life becomes all the more lively. Through the changing seasons, the boys will find laughter, surprises, love, and new encounters waiting for them. The second season of the boys growing a little every day of their invaluable daily lives is about to begin!
Published by: TV Tokyo
I was very surprised at who much I enjoyed this anime. When I first started watching this anime I wasn’t entirely sure about the artistic style and muted colors, it was different from what I was use to; but the more I watched the series the more I admired it. Along with it’s unique style the characters range in personality and I found my self relating to each of them on some level. Besides the characters and art, this series can boast a wonderful soundtrack, and the slice-of-life story line was one of the most down-to-earth I have seen in any anime. The second season of You and Me is even more fabulous than the first; the character development, the jokes that come through (even in translation) and the compassion for the storytelling of these friends we began to know in the first season leave one wanting to see what is yet to come for each of them. This easily puts it in the 5 of 5 stars position I give it.