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Yorito is down right obsessed with the sky. So much that his room's ceiling is a big collage of the sky, made with photos he has taken; he is willing to ditch classes just to lay on the school's roof, watching the sky (much to the chagrin of his friend Mana); he even forgets his sister Aono's birthday because in his mind there's nothing but sky, sky, sky. He's even willing to wake up at 4 AM just to take shots of the dawn sky. And that's how he meets Matsuri, a rather intriguing girl. From then on, Yorito is half-dragged to a story that spans centuries. A story filled with sadness, unforgettable sins, and dark secrets that are related to him more than he would like.

Sola is a 13-episode series (+ 2 bonus DVD episodes) aired in 2007. The original work was the collaboration of Naoki Hisaya (main writer of Kanon) and Naru Nanao (designer of Da Capo). Japanese fans chose it as the best anime of 2007, according to Spider Networks.

The sky is a prominent theme, so expect plenty of Scenery Porn. Also, Moe, Immortality and others play a very important part in the story.

Tropes used in Sola include:
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