Aria The Natural Season 2 Part 1 DVD Litebox

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About Aria The Natural Season 2 Part 1 DVD Litebox

Aria The Natural Season 2 Part 1 contains episodes 1-13 of the anime directed by Junichi Sato.

Akari, Aika and Alice are three girls who share a single dream: to become the most talented gondoliers in all of Neo-Venezia! Every day they train toward their goal, exploring all the wondrous sights that the water-covered planet Aqua has to offer. Whether it's spending a wild day at Carnevale, sharing a beautiful sunset, or even crossing paths with the mysterious spirits that dwell in Aqua's shadows, for these three friends, each day is a new adventure!

Special Features: Promotional Video, Interview with Director Junichi Sato, Interview with Yui Makino, Aria and the World of Sound, Cast Reflections on Aria The Animation, Clean Ending 1, Trailers.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.


  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 325
  • Release Date: 1/7/2014
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: 1

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A Deeper Dive into the Wonders of Neo-Venezia


ARIA is a wonderful sea gem throughout its seasons, and one thing I especially appreciate is how they connect together into a consistent, ever-developing journey. Whereas Aria: The Animation did a masterful job at guiding us to Neo-Venezia, Natural, now that we're acquainted, invites us to explore this now-familiar place even closer, and discover new things. It has a more episodic set-up, with sometimes 2 stories in a single sitting, but I'm fine with that. We see Akari encounter the more mysterious aspects of Aqua, showing some things are best left a mystery. Nozomi once again pulled through with great bonuses, interviewing everyone from the producer to the cast to the music composers; I do miss "Venice, I'm Sorry!" from Season 1, though. But I nearly missed the bonus disc hidden behind a survey card in the box. All in all, this is the perfect next step in the journey through Aqua, and I can't wait to get the new English dub; knowing Nozomi, I'm sure they did a spectacular job.