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Original Manga N/A
Director/Artist Tatsuo Sato
Format Anime (TV)
Made By Bandai
Episode Length 25 minutes
# of Eps/Volumes 12


Drama, Mystery, Suspense, Psychological

Sum it up in a Sentence:

A mail carrier from the afterlife delivers messages sent by the dead.

Main Description

After someone dies he or she is allowed to write one letter to someone still alive. A girl named Fumika and her talking staff named Kanaka are mail carriers whose duty it is to deliver these messages. The content of each message is a surprise.

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Personal Opinions


To be honest I checked this out because I stumbled upon it while clicking the random page button, so chances are you might be here because of the same reason. Well you are in luck, because this is a very memorable series. The story is extremely well written despite being episodic, and each episode feels very emotionally engaging. If there are any faults that I have to mention, is that the ending feels rushed and the series does suffer some pacing issues. However, the good does outweigh the bad by a huge margin. If you are still hesitant, check out the first 2 episodes.


I too found this by going to random pages. I found it very enjoyable. Its strength lies in how much it gets you invested in the characters, even though many of them are only in one episode. While I wouldn't say it has pacing issues per se, the latter half did feel somewhat rushed. If you're at all interested, check out the first two episodes. I would say to give it the three episode try, but the first two really run through the wide gamut of emotions it wants to evoke, save for the couple of lighthearted episodes. All in all, I highly recommend it.


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