By: Vrai Kaiser May 11, 20210 Comments

Sakura Quest really captures the Millennial malaise, while also being full of intergenerational empathy. It's refreshingly low on tropes and fanservice, and the main characters each have a lot of unique depth to them. I feel like it's quite underrated, especially compared with its predecessor Shirobako.

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