Free Download or Free Listening Birthday Wonderland (Harumi Fuuki)

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Free Download or Free Listening Birthday Wonderland (Harumi Fuuki) Anime Song Collections

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Free Download or Free Listening Birthday Wonderland (Harumi Fuuki) Anime Song Collections

Birthday Wonderland (Harumi Fuuki) Song Collections List:

1. Birthday Wonderland
2. Zan·Gu
3. Renkinjutsushi Hippocrate
4. Pipo
5. Aozora ni Oborete
6. AKANE
7. Kaze wo Kittehashire
8. Unmei no Tegata
9. Chikashitsu
10. Chi no Kangeki
11. Jiku wo Ayatsuru Kumo
12. Yoroi Nezumi
13. Kyuseishu Hitsuji
14. Iro wo Nakushita Keito no Mura
15. Hakaishin
16. Kuri no Soup
17. Sweater wo Amu keredo
18. Uruoi no nai Sekai
19. Toki nashi Ame no
20. Heta na Maho
21. Mura no Asa
22. Mae no meri ni Shuppatsu
23. MofuMofu
24. Shizen no Kyoi
25. Sekai wo Kanjite
26. Sai-Shuppatsu
27. NO ALCOHOL, NO LIFE
28. Zan·Gu to Me ga…
29. Taiketsu to Omoikiya
30. Kono Sekai ga Suki da
31. Shinryoku no Drive
32. Inochigake no Hashiwatari
33. Kurumagoto Dive!
34. Suichu Waltz
35. Midori no Kaze no Megami
36. Fanfare
37. Sakasa Tongarichi e
38. Neko Saiban
39. Toki no Shirabe no Ido
40. Hashire Doropo
41. Kamado Uma
42. Kanashimi no Hate
43. Nakama to Omotteru
44. Kanashiki Sadame
45. Kono Sekai wo Mamotte
46. Tobasuzo!
47. Renkinjutsu
48. Tsuitazo!
49. Shizukugiri no Gishiki
50. Ama-Oh no Kakugo
51. Hirogatta Sekai ~ Kikasete yo, Ai no Kotoba wo

The plus side is a film that has everything: adventure, mystery, a “chosen one” prophecy, slice of life moments, a hot rod for some reason, alchemy, gorgeous landscapes, a love interest with a rat tail, steampunk elements, dramatic sandstorms, and a giant sheep army.

The downside is that the story suffers from not having a clear direction.

That being said, there’s still plenty of reasons to watch: stunning animation that blends together both traditional 2D methods with tasteful CGI, a thrilling soundtrack that gets your heart pumping at all the right times, and familiar anime tropes that never fail to make you smile.

Additionally, if you’re the type of nerd who knows *a little* Japanese, the subtitled version is a perfect chance to passively enhance your language skills, as the conversations tend toward the simpler side.

The plot is basically a blend of Chronicles of Narnia, Alice in Wonderland, Fern Gully, and literally any anime where “the chosen one” is a young girl with a magical amulet.