In Japan, Nachi Kio and Eretto have collaborated on a light novel series called Remake Our Life. Aspiring game creator Hashiba Kyouya had a rocky start. Due to a failed business venture, he loses his job and is forced to return to his hometown. As he lay in his bed, he regretted his life decisions as he looked at other accomplished inventors of his generation. Upon waking up, Kyouya learns that he had traveled ten years back in time to the time before he joined university. If so, will he make use of the chance to make things right?
There will be a new episode of Remake our Life on September 11, 2021, as of now. The next episode of Remake our Life is expected to air in different time zones, depending on where you are located in.
Is it Really Worth Waiting?
Remake Our Life is one heck of an anime that everyone would want to watch. We liked it and hence stating all the reasons why to watch. It is then upto you to decide. The anime begins with a classic down-on-his-luck hero. His business has suffered a setback, and he is pondering his options in life. He can’t stop pondering about how his professional path has veered in the past. What if he had gone to art college instead of economics? Would he still be unemployed? The show’s first half was sluggish and tedious, but it was a genuine portrayal of a lonely and unemployed individual.
The character comes across a lady named Hawasegawa Eiko, who he believes is ready to jump over a footbridge and saves her, only to discover that she was simply standing there having a break. The lady yells to him about a disgruntled employee and how she urgently requires someone who can animate and draw. The MC turns out to be her dream boyfriend. The next part illustrates how the MC, Hashiba Kyouya, has been working tirelessly to find a permanent job, but the project has yet to materialize.
He returns home dejected and tears up his acceptance letter to Art School. He wakes up ten years in the past the following day. Just as he was choosing which institution to go, he was killed. The episode’s gloominess is now in the past, and the MC feels his over ten years of experience will assist him. He fantasizes about meeting the renowned golden generation artists who attended the same institution as him.
Even though he has traveled to the past, the MC discovers that he has no actual benefit after the episode. He is simply weak in comparison to the inherent brilliance that surrounds him. So, will this be another narrative in which the MC achieves unimaginable heights simply because he was given a second chance, or will it be a story of struggle, grief, and more? Unless you consider the traditional apparition of a half-naked female who unexpectedly arrives in the MC’s bed and the following misunderstandings, there wasn’t much to the comedy in the first episode.
That concludes our discussion on the anime. Next, you’ll have to determine if it appeals to you or not. Please let us know if you don’t find what you were looking for!