Non Non Biyori Repeat Blu-ray
About Non Non Biyori Repeat Blu-ray
Non Non Biyori Repeat contains episodes 1-12 of the second season of Non Non Biyori.
Even though there are still only five students who attend the remote Asahigaoka Branch School, each one of the girls already has a lifetime of wonderful experiences in the carefree Japanese countryside.
Some memories may belong to just one person, like Hotaru's recollections of her first day in Asahigaoka before she'd had a chance to meet her new friends. Other memories bring an otherwise sleepy town to life for Komari, Natsumi, Renge, or even Suguru.
From daily life in school, to unforgettable holiday festivities, or even simple adventures like learning how to make okonomiyaki, new adventures are just waiting to be shared as we return to Asahigaoka in NON NON BIYORI REPEAT!
Special Features: Dagashi, Commentaries, Cast Panel Video, Japanese Promos, Clean Opening and Closing Animations.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 300
- Release Date: 11/8/2016
- Weight: 0.5
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Non Non Biyori Repeat
by Nicholas B -
I'm sure that many of you looking at Non Non Biyori Repeat have seen the original Non Non Biyori. Let me assure you that Repeat is every bit as good. Repeat isn't a true sequel, as it does not proceed the original, but takes place concurrently with it, basically filling in spaces that weren't shown in the original. While this works fine, considering the episodic nature of the show, it also means newcomers could jump straight into this show without any major questions. Highly recommended for those looking for a light hearted, but very sweet and nostalgic look at life in the Japanese countryside.
Repeating is such sweet bliss
by WALTER -
The further low-key rural adventures of Ren-chon, Hotaru, Natsumi, and Komori and a growing cast of relations and friends in Asahigaoka. As the title implies the same run of months seen in season one are revisited highlighting different mundane (but often very funny and relatable) events. The second season feels more assured and is just as attractive as the first.