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Crunchyroll Begins Streaming ‘A Town Where You Live’ Anime

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A Town Where You Live Blu-ray HeaderNozomi does a good job of bringing most of their titles to Crunchyroll awhile after release so people can check it out (and decide to own it hopefully) and the latest one to make the leap is A Town Where You Live. The streaming service now has the full twelve episode run available in its original Japanese with English subtitles that’s available to members in the US and Canada as that’s where Nozomi has the rights to it.

Check out our review of the series. Nozomi brought out twelve episode series will arrive on Blu-ray back on October 4th, 2016 priced at $59.99. It included the original Japanese language in PCM stereo along with English subtitles. On-disc extras include the Clean Opening, Clean

Directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi and working from the series composition by Reiko Yoshida, the series aired in the summer 2013 season with character designs by Terumi Nishii. It’s based on the original manga by Kouji Seo and was animated by Gonzo.

The cast includes Ayane Sakura as Asuka Mishima, Megumi Nakajima as Yuzuki Eba, Yoshimasa Hosoya as Haruto Kirishima, Aya Endo as Kiyomi Asakura, Chiaki Takahashi as Aoi Kirishima, Daisuke Ono as Kyōsuke Kazama, Nana Kouno as Akari Kaga, Saki Fujita as Rin Eba, Sayuri Yahagi as Mina Nagoshi, Toshiki Masuda as Takashi Yura and Yuki Takao as Nanami Kanzaki.

Plot Concept: How far would you go for true love?

All his friends said he was just being “stupid” and “delusional,” but Haruto just couldn’t give up on her… Yuzuki, the girl that showed up on his doorstep one day, stole his heart the next, and then left just as abruptly as she arrived. With the faint hope of rekindling the romance they’d shared, Haruto decides to pursue her, moving away from the rural outskirts of Hiroshima to the big city of Tokyo.

However, soon after arriving, he learns that Yuzuki has seemingly moved on and has a new boyfriend. No matter how hard Haruto tries, she refuses to see him and won’t tell him the reason why she left him. He could move on, as many have urged him to, but is that truly what Yuzuki wants? He could try winning her back – after all, he’s already moved to the town where she lives – but how much farther will he need to go?