If there was tragedy and a ghost, this would be AnoHana.
What They Say:
Toko Fukami’s family runs a glassware craft studio. Toko and her friends often gather at Cafe Kazemichi, at her friend’s house, to relax. During the summer holidays in their final year, a new boy, Kakeru Okikura, joins their high school. He tells Toko that he can hear voices from the future. If she could know what happens in the future, what would she wish for? Toko feels a strange jolting sensation she has never felt before, while noticing an urge she cannot ignore welling up.
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
There was a simple metaphor present in the first episode: There’s beauty in everything. So easy has GLASSLIP shoved that metaphor aside for half-hearted fantasy plot devices and a just above average love story between friends.