Tari Tari is a 2012 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A.Works and directed by Masakazu Hashimoto. The series aired in Japan between July 1 and September 23, 2012 on TV Kanagawa, and was also simulcast by Crunchyroll. The series is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks. A manga adaptation illustrated by Tomiyaki Kagisora was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker in 2012.

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  • Tari Tari (タリ タリ Tari Tari) es una serie anime de 13 episodios producida por P.A. Works y dirigida por Masakazu Hashimoto. La serie se emitió en Japón del 1 de julio al 23 se septiembre de 2012 por TV Kanagawa, y también fue emitida simultáneamente vía streaming por Crunchyroll. La serie fue licenciada en Estados Unidos y Canadá por Sentai Filmworks. Una adaptación a manga ilustrada por Tomiyaki Kagisora fue publicada en la revista Gangan Joker de Square Enix en el 2012.Tari es una onomatopeya usada para dar una respuesta vaga e imprecisa, similar al etcétera del castellano (es)
  • Tari Tari ist eine Anime-Fernsehserie, die vom japanischen Animationsstudio P.A. Works unter der Regie von Masakazu Hashimoto animiert wurde. Die Erstausstrahlung der Serie begann am 1. Juli 2012 auf dem japanischen Sender TV Kanagawa. In Tari Tari wird die Geschichte einer Gruppe von fünf Oberschülern erzählt, die durch die Liebe der Schülerin Konatsu Miyamoto zur Musik eng zusammenwächst. Im Vorfeld der Ausstrahlung des Animes begann die Veröffentlichung des gleichnamigen Mangas Tari Tari, der von Tomiyaki Kagisora gezeichnet wird und auf dem Drehbuch des Animes basiert. Die Handlung beider Werke wurde von Evergreen geschrieben. Das Charakterdesign wurde von tanu entworfen. (de)
  • Tari Tari (Tari Tari?) è una serie televisiva anime giapponese scritta e diretta da Masakazu Hashimoto e prodotta dallo studio P.A. Works. La trasmissione della serie è iniziata il 1º luglio 2012 e si è conclusa il 23 settembre dello stesso anno, per un totale di 13 episodi trasmessi. Dalla serie anime è stato adattato anche un manga, scritto da Tōru Naomura e disegnato da Tomiyaki Kagisora, la cui serializzazione è avvenuta da maggio a novembre 2012 sulla rivista Gangan Joker della Square Enix. (it)
  • 『TARI TARI』(タリ タリ)は、2012年7月から9月まで放送された日本のテレビアニメ。全13話。 (ja)
  • 《TARI TARI》是以神奈川縣的江之島為舞臺的原創動畫,由P.A. Works製作,2012年7月1日至9月23日首播,全13話。該片是P.A.Works繼「真實之淚」、「花開物語」之後第三部青春群像劇。 (zh)
  • Tari Tari — аниме-сериал производства P.A. Works созданный под руководством режиссёра Хасимото Масакадзу. Сериал транслировался в Японии с 1 июля 2012 года, являясь так же передачей по радио и телевидению Crunchyroll. Манга-адаптация сериала, иллюстрированная Наомурой Тору, публиковалась в журнале Gangan Joker Square Enix с мая по ноябрь 2012 года. Название сериала происходит от суффикса многократного вида -tari, который присоединяется к основам глаголов, предикативных прилагательных и связкам (…tari …tari, напр. «Tobidashitari Sasottari»). Предложение, построенное с применением суффиксов данного вида, имеет значение — «делать и одно, и другое». (ru)
  • Tari Tari is a 2012 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A.Works and directed by Masakazu Hashimoto. The series aired in Japan between July 1 and September 23, 2012 on TV Kanagawa, and was also simulcast by Crunchyroll. The series is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks. A manga adaptation illustrated by Tomiyaki Kagisora was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker in 2012. (en)
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  • Evergreen , Tohru Naomura
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  • Cover of the Sixth Blu-ray volume of Tari Tari as published by Pony Canyon
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  • Shōnen
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  • Masakazu Hashimoto
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  • Budding and Burning
  • Filling up and Coming up Short
  • Gathering and Struggling
  • Getting Angry and Dancing
  • Going White and Going Red
  • Growing Sunny, Crying and Sometimes Singing
  • Laughing and Remembering
  • Piling Up and Ringing Out
  • Spinning in Circles and Losing Sight
  • Swinging and Meeting
  • Throwing Away and Holding On
  • Worrying and Racing Ahead
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  • June 2012
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  • Tomiyaki Kagisora
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  • 晴れたり 泣いたり あとは時々歌ったり
  • 怒ったり 踊ったり
  • 振ったり 出会ったり
  • 捨てたり 捨てられなかったり
  • 気にしたり 思いっきり駆け抜けたり
  • 満ちたり 欠けたり
  • 焦ったり あがいたり
  • 白くなったり 赤くなったり
  • 空回ったり 見失ったり
  • 笑ったり 想ったり
  • 萌えたり 燃えたり
  • 重ねたり 響いたり
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  • 2012-09-23 (xsd:date)
  • November 2012
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  • Tari Tari
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  • 2012-08-12 (xsd:date)
  • 2012-08-19 (xsd:date)
  • 2012-08-26 (xsd:date)
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  • Infinite
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  • Asettari Agaitari
  • Futtari Deattari
  • Haretari Naitari Ato wa Tokidoki Utattari
  • Karamawattari Miushinattari
  • Kasanetari Hibītari
  • Ki ni Shitari Omoikkiri Kakenuketari
  • Michitari Kaketari
  • Moetari Moetari
  • Okottari Odottari
  • Shiroku Nattari Akaku Nattari
  • Sutetari Suterarenakattari
  • Warattari Omottari
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  • As Wakana is approached by a strange foreigner on her way to school, Konatsu once again finds herself short on members as many of them suddenly quit, with Naoko threatening to dissolve the choir club, along with Taichi's badminton club, unless they can find sufficient members. Taichi manages to recruit Wien and takes him to his apartment, where he meets his sister. The next day, Taichi challenges Konatsu to a 2 vs 3 badminton match in order to obtain each others' members for their club, which inevitably results in the choir club's victory. As a compromise, Konatsu decides to make the club a joint choir and badminton club. As they once again go to Tayoru for his approval, he mentions a previous choir club which Wakana's mother was in. Although Naoko stands against the club, Taichi and Wakana help stand against her and Tayoru approves it. Upon hearing of a World Music Festival being held in the village, Konatsu decides to enter the contest. Meanwhile, Wakana is once again approached by the strange foreigner.
  • As Wakana comes down with a cold, Konatsu decides to pay her a visit, reminding Wakana of her promise with Mahiru to write a song together. Later, Wakana receives a tape from Shiho containing a recording of when Mahiru was in the choir club before Sawa takes her horse riding. The next day, Wakana helps Taichi and Atsuhiro with their vocal training before visiting Tomoko and her new baby. Later that day, Wakana learns from her father why Mahiru kept her illness a secret from her; because she didn't want the song they wrote together to be a sad one. As Wakana laments how she allegedly threw away her mother's feelings, her father gives Wakana some sheet music Mahiru wrote before she died so that she can finish it herself, admitting he never sold the piano. As Wakana listens to the tape the next day, she rekindles her own love of singing and joins the rest of the club in song.
  • As Konatsu reveals the club will perform a musical drama at the school festival, Wien seems preoccupied by something. Meanwhile, Shiho suggests putting on a superhero show at the shopping district and gets Konatsu and the others to play the part of the superheroes, sparking Wien's interest in particular. As Wakana asks Shiho about how Mahiru went about writing her songs, she suggests asking Naoko, as she previously co-wrote a song with her. As the others notice Wien taking the superhero show a bit too seriously, he reveals all the letters he sent to a young kid in Austria named Jan were sent back to him. Meanwhile, Naoko is worried about some supposed changes planned by Tayoru's superiors.
  • After being checked by the hospital, Sawa is told by her father to quit horseback archery. Sawa later reveals to Shiho that she was skipping meals as she was attempting to apply for a riding school, but wasn't accepted due to her weight and height. The ordeal leaves Sawa a bit shaken and emotionally fragile. With the vocal group hoarding the practice rooms, the choir club goes to Wien's house, where Sawa explains her troubles, reacting harshly when Wakana suggests she take a step back. The next day, as Naoko tries to get Konatsu to withdraw her application for use of the stage, Wakana explains what she learned by being able to sing with others, which reminds Naoko of Mahiru. Naoko decides to have the choir club participate in a committee meeting to prove their growth. As the others send Sawa words of encouragement, she overhears her father as he pleas to the riding school to have them accept her. Encouraged by her friends, Sawa rushes on horseback to join her friends' sides at the committee meeting.
  • As the club tries to decide what to do for the school culture festival, Konatsu is taunted by her former club members. Konatsu soon learns that, in order to get on the main stage for the festival, they will have to be approved by Naoko. Meanwhile, Sawa is at odds with her father, who sees her ambition of becoming a professional jockey as simply playing around. For some unknown reason, Sawa starts going a diet and begins skipping a lot of meals, causing Konatsu and Wakana to worry about her. After the girls attend a musical together, Wakana looks to learn composition in order to finish the song Mahiru was writing while also considering her own career. Meanwhile, Sawa is left fatigued from her forced dieting and ends up falling off her horse during mounted archery practice.
  • After Taichi manages to get the photo of Sawa for the painter, he spots the props Wien made being taken away by the garbage men. As the others head to the garbage dump to recover them, Konatsu pleads with the student council to resume the school festival, only to have her proposal rejected. The next day, as Wakana visits Mahiru's grave, she runs into Naoko and shows her the song she and Mahiru wrote together. As Wien works on props, Taichi seeks help to make some costumes while Sawa pleads to the neighborhood association in bringing an audience and Konatsu gets some help from the vocal group. Meanwhile, the chairman plans to oppose anything delaying the construction.
  • As the gang show their support to Taichi as he participates in a badminton tournament, Wakana appears to be occupied by the letter she received. The next day, Wakana runs into Sawa's mother, Shiho, who shows her an old photo of Mahiru in high school with Naoko. Remembering how she had often argued with Mahiru over music before her death due to focusing on her exams, Wakana asks her father, who is to go on a short business trip, to get rid of the piano in her room. As Wakana returns home with the piano gone and realizing she is all alone, she recalls the contents of the letter, expressing Mahiru's desire to write songs with her, and soon starts to regret her decision.
  • Sawa brings Wakana and Konatsu to her house, showing Wakana what happened to Konatsu during last year's recital and getting her sign up for their new club in name. Putting their heads together, they manage to gather enough members to present to the principal, Tayoru Ikezaki, who approves it when he sees Wakana is involved and becomes its adviser. Afterwards, Konatsu gets Wakana to help her decide what kind of song they should practice, eventually settling on a song she used to hear her mother sing to her. However, the vice-principal, Naoko Takakura, initially objects to the song for unknown reasons. When Tayoru goes missing when the club needs to go to a joint rehearsal, Konatsu sends Wakana ahead of her while she waits for him. With Tayoru out due to a bicycle accident, Konatsu and Wakana get Tomoko to accompany them and arrive at the theater, but the rest of the club is stuck in traffic. Not wanting to be deterred, Konatsu and Sawa go out on their own, with Wakana backing them up on piano, and manage to pull through. Afterwards, Naoko is put in charge of advising the club while Tayoru recovers.
  • As the choir club works hard on its musical, Taichi, who is creating background props, tries to recruit a decent painter, finding one who'll agree on the condition he takes some photos of Sawa. As Konatsu tries to get help from the vocal group, she hears from Naoko that the school festival has been cancelled as the school is being closed down to make way for new buildings. Just as the group looks to be split up, Wakana reveals she has finished writing her song, deciding they should have their own festival so they can sing it together.
  • As the gang and their families prepare for the festival, they discover the school gates are closed and the gym has been locked up. As the chairman confronts them, Tayoru decides to stand up to him and allow the festival to be held, with Naoko also offering her support by enlisting the help of the vocal group and wind instrument club to help perform Wakana's song. The festival soon gets on the way and the gang perform their musical in front of many guests. After the festival, Wien finally receives a postcard from Jan, while Sawa goes abroad to attend an equestrian school, much to the dismay of Taichi who had developed feelings for her. Later, Wakana and Naoko get together to reminisce about Mahiru, with Wakana asking Naoko to teach her more about music. Soon after, everyone graduates and start moving towards their futures.
  • As Konatsu meets the Condor Queens, which was the band that got her into music, Wien spots Wakana being chased after by the foreigner, who turns out to be the third member of Condor Queens and an acquaintance of Wakana's late mother, Mahiru. Meanwhile, Sawa starts to become annoyed with Konatsu as she appears to want to spend more time with the Condor Queens than practice for the choir club, threatening to quit if she doesn't take things seriously. Wanting to make amends, Konatsu searches for a stage to perform on, which is thankfully registered by Wakana, and manages to make up with Sawa. On the day of the music festival while the others perform on their modest stage, the Condor Queens give Wakana a letter Mahiru gave them when she was born.
  • Despite some initial setbacks, the gang manages to make the superhero show a success. The next day, Naoko calls up Konatsu and co about their job, but they manage to win the argument as she had already given them permission. Afterwards, Wakana asks Naoko about how Mahiru wrote her songs, to which she replies that she needs to enjoy it while also thinking of her own memories with Mahiru. As the gang continue doing the shows, Konatsu's bag is stolen by a thief on a bicycle, prompting Wien to chase after him. With the support of his friends, Wien manages to catch the thief, and together they make the headlines.
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  • Tari Tari (タリ タリ Tari Tari) es una serie anime de 13 episodios producida por P.A. Works y dirigida por Masakazu Hashimoto. La serie se emitió en Japón del 1 de julio al 23 se septiembre de 2012 por TV Kanagawa, y también fue emitida simultáneamente vía streaming por Crunchyroll. La serie fue licenciada en Estados Unidos y Canadá por Sentai Filmworks. Una adaptación a manga ilustrada por Tomiyaki Kagisora fue publicada en la revista Gangan Joker de Square Enix en el 2012.Tari es una onomatopeya usada para dar una respuesta vaga e imprecisa, similar al etcétera del castellano (es)
  • Tari Tari (Tari Tari?) è una serie televisiva anime giapponese scritta e diretta da Masakazu Hashimoto e prodotta dallo studio P.A. Works. La trasmissione della serie è iniziata il 1º luglio 2012 e si è conclusa il 23 settembre dello stesso anno, per un totale di 13 episodi trasmessi. Dalla serie anime è stato adattato anche un manga, scritto da Tōru Naomura e disegnato da Tomiyaki Kagisora, la cui serializzazione è avvenuta da maggio a novembre 2012 sulla rivista Gangan Joker della Square Enix. (it)
  • 『TARI TARI』(タリ タリ)は、2012年7月から9月まで放送された日本のテレビアニメ。全13話。 (ja)
  • 《TARI TARI》是以神奈川縣的江之島為舞臺的原創動畫,由P.A. Works製作,2012年7月1日至9月23日首播,全13話。該片是P.A.Works繼「真實之淚」、「花開物語」之後第三部青春群像劇。 (zh)
  • Tari Tari is a 2012 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A.Works and directed by Masakazu Hashimoto. The series aired in Japan between July 1 and September 23, 2012 on TV Kanagawa, and was also simulcast by Crunchyroll. The series is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks. A manga adaptation illustrated by Tomiyaki Kagisora was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker in 2012. (en)
  • Tari Tari ist eine Anime-Fernsehserie, die vom japanischen Animationsstudio P.A. Works unter der Regie von Masakazu Hashimoto animiert wurde. Die Erstausstrahlung der Serie begann am 1. Juli 2012 auf dem japanischen Sender TV Kanagawa. In Tari Tari wird die Geschichte einer Gruppe von fünf Oberschülern erzählt, die durch die Liebe der Schülerin Konatsu Miyamoto zur Musik eng zusammenwächst. (de)
  • Tari Tari — аниме-сериал производства P.A. Works созданный под руководством режиссёра Хасимото Масакадзу. Сериал транслировался в Японии с 1 июля 2012 года, являясь так же передачей по радио и телевидению Crunchyroll. Манга-адаптация сериала, иллюстрированная Наомурой Тору, публиковалась в журнале Gangan Joker Square Enix с мая по ноябрь 2012 года. (ru)
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  • Tari Tari (it)
  • TARI TARI (ja)
  • Tari Tari (ru)
  • TARI TARI (zh)
  • Tari Tari (en)
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