And Yet the Town Moves Blu-ray

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About And Yet the Town Moves Blu-ray

In And Yet the Town Moves, Hotori loves mysteries, but there's one she just can't solve: Why does the solution to one problem inevitably seem to lead to another?

Like when Hotori has to start working at the Seaside Maid Café after school to pay off a debt and her friend Toshiko fortunately knows exactly how a Maid Café should be run. That's fortunate since Hotori has no clue, but unfortunate in that Toshiko has no interest in working there. UNTIL she discovers that Hotori's friend Hiroyuki is a regular. Which SEEMS fortunate. Except that Hotori doesn't know that, while Toshiko likes Hiroyuki, Hiroyuki secretly likes Hotori, while Hotori secretly has a crush on... No, no more spoilers!

But if that's not enough drama, there's work, angst with a certain math teacher, table tennis between her classmates, her younger brother versus the school's bad girl... And yet, even though everything seems like it's going to crash at any moment, somehow Hotori's life keeps going hilariously forward in AND YET THE TOWN MOVES!

Contains episodes 1-12.

Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 6/21/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.15
  • Region Code: A

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Fun watch and very easy on the eyes ;)

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Its a very nice feel good show, think azumanga daioh. The show follows Hotori Arashiyama , she loves mysteries and her friends find her annoying but some how they just cant stay mad her. The show extremely well animated, like absurdly well animated.
Not only is the show good but this particular release is just amazing, it has to be one Sentais best releases, almost no compression issues. Very good show and and a awesome release.(really wish sentai did all of their releases like this one, the people who worked on this did a very nice job)