The graphic designer Masaaki Hiromura has installed what is perhaps the most analog, digital clock ever. It’s
comprised of an ever-repeating video loop featuring 3 books, each
representing the hours, minutes and seconds of a single day. A hand
neurotically and relentlessly flips through the pages as if to remind us
that time never stops moving.
It’s currently on view at MUJI in Shibuya, which just underwent a major renovation and reopened at the beginning of this month.
To be brief, Gin No Saji is a one of a kind anime. Personally, I love shows that speak of true real life experiences and true feelings. Gin No Saji truly captures this element, and I sincerely enjoyed the show.
Gin No Saji follows the story of Yugo Hachiken, who happens to be a smart student in high school. However, when he finished high school he was left with nothing but his good grades (ironically the same as I did). He doesn't have any dreams or hopes for his future. However, his teacher recommends an Agricultural school. Based on his teacher's advice, he enrolls in the school and his life somehow drastically changes from that point onward.
Overall, nice show indeed. worth every minute watching....
Thankfully a second season will premiere on January 2014.
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