Running for one week only, the Tokyo Anime Center’s most comprehensive exhibit ever! See, learn, and experience absolutely everything there is to eroge turned popular anime, Grisaia no Kajitsu.
By no exaggeration, this is indeed the most fully inclusive museum-like expo of one single highschool harem series. There are character designs on display, episode frames, posters, and put more simply, every single artwork Grisaia no Kajitsu, or any other Grisaia, has ever released. There are scripts for every single episode, all present in a glass case, and there is every single game, every single novel, every single item ever officially released with the “Grisaia” name on it – whatever it might be, a piece of paper, or anything else.
What truly sends home how articulate and attentive to detail this collection is, it contains elaborate key visual diagrams for even inanimate objects like the Senjougahara box cutter, a set of pastel sticks, and a sketchbook. A world record is in order for the most complete gallery of collectibles for a single series about a fictional highschool boy copulating with fictional highschool girls.
On related note:
Sekai Project: “We are porting the Sony Playstation Vita release to PC.”
I just finished the anime series, but I forgot there are yuri in there until I watched it in episode 11(?) despite I have finished the visual novels quite some time ago. I think I like the pairing, and even the anime casts/crews agree by putting the ED referring to them.
I think Amane’s route have most episode compared to any other routes. Good job, since I think of her route (the ending in visual novel) showed that Amane is the strongest in willpower. I prefer how story told in visual novel, but I heard it is better in the manga adaptation.
But let’s come back to what really important. The yuri undertones start. 😛
I already know the story since I read the visual novels, but watching it (again?) still funny.