Aniplex released a special music video for Anohana: The Flower Garden We Saw That Day on the 10th anniversary. Galileo Galilei’s song “Aoi Shiori” is featured in the video song. It also served as the opening for the 2011 series.
Previously the supernatural drama also received an event on August 28, to celebrate its 10th anniversary. In March a key visual was released which featured the grown-up versions of the still-living members of the Super Peace Busters. It was also reported that the event also featured a stage that revealed what happened to characters of the anime after 10 years.
The staff Of Anohana:
Tatsuyuki Nagai was the director, Mari Okada was the scriptwriter and Masayoshi Tanaka was the character designer. While A-1 Pictures was animating the anime.
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Nagai, Okada and Tanaka collectively formed a creative team for Super Peace Busters. They also collaborated on the anime movie Anthem of the Heart and Her Blue Sky after Anohana. The anime premiered in 2011 and got a sequel anime film in 2013. Anime was also the inspiration for novels, manga series, visual novels as well as a TV dramas.
Crunchyroll describes the anime as:
Jinta Yadomi and his group of childhood friends have become estranged after a tragic accident split them apart. Now in their high school years, a sudden surprise forces each of them to confront their guilt over what happened that day and come to terms with the ghosts of their past.
Synopsis Of Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day:
Anohana is the story about 5 friends, who grew up away from each other and a girl Menma who never grows up. This anime quickly raised in popularity and eventually became fan beloved series in Japan. This tale of 6 boys and girl have moved the heart of audiences since its airing in 2011.
Source: Official website