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7-Eleven’s New Commercial Series Is A Gorgeous Anime Coming-of-Age Story

The convenience store chain has released a surprisingly emotional anime commercial series.

(Featured Image Source: 7-Eleven / Orange / CoMix Wave Films/ Karuho Shiina)

Popular international convenience store chain 7-Eleven has just aired the third part to their recent captivating anime commercial series in Japan, which has told a surprisingly earnest and touching coming-of-age story.

The commercial series titled Renzu-Goshi no omoi, Tokimeki Wa, Sugu Soba Ni (Feelings through the lens, The crush is right next to you) tells the story of several Japanese high school students getting ready to graduate, and the feelings they have for each other. Oh, and their frequent trips to 7-Eleven. It was created by manga writer Karuho Shiina (the mangaka who created Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You) with anime studios CoMix Wave Films and Orange behind the animation.

An absolutely gorgeous set of animations, it makes you wish this was a full series. And 7-Eleven is neat too.

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