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To Your Eternity

To Your Eternity

To Your Eternity anime series cover art
To Your Eternity

Series Overview

To Your Eternity (Fumetsu no Anata e / 不滅のあなたへ) is a supernatural, drama, adventure anime that follows an immortal being as it interacts with and takes on the forms of people and animals in the world.

The story is structured in arcs that each focus on one main supporting character with whom Fushi (the immortal being) forges a bond. There are five arcs spread over 20 episodes, though they aren’t all evenly spaced. For example, the first arc is just the first episode of the series.

One of the great things about To Your Eternity is that you can get a pretty good idea of the whole series just from the first episode since it’s an entire arc. I don’t feel like this is one where the “three-episode rule” applies. If you like the first episode, you’re probably going to like it all.

The series still has highs and lows, so liking the first episode doesn’t mean you’ll like every episode as much. But I do think the high points (usually the ends of arcs) of the series definitely make up for any low points (usually in the middle of arcs).

I think the best example of this is the arc that focuses on Gugu as the supporting character. To me, the middle portion of that arc really started to drag on. But, I’d also say that the conclusion of that arc is the highlight of the series.

Of course, that doesn’t mean it’s all downhill after Gugu’s arc. Even the final episode of the series was great and I’d consider it one of the best. Overall, I really enjoyed this anime and I can’t wait for another season of it to come out at some point in the future.

Main Characters

Fushi is the protagonist of the series. I guess he technically doesn’t have a gender since he’s just an immortal blob, but I’m going to be referring to him as a male since his primary human form is male.

When someone or something imprints strongly on Fushi, he can later become or create that thing. For example, if he gets hurt by a knife, he can then create that knife. Or if he has a strong emotional connection with someone, he can take on their form (as long as certain other conditions are met).

March is the first major supporting character. She’s a young girl whose dream is to grow up and become a mother. However, it would seem that she’s never going to achieve that dream because she was selected to be sacrificed to a local bear-god known as Oniguma.

The boy and Joan (Fushi) from the anime series To Your Eternity
The boy and Joan (Fushi)

Pioran is another character introduced in the same arc as March. She’s an old woman who ends up crossing paths and traveling with Fushi multiple times throughout the series. After Fushi himself, Pioran probably has the most screen time of any character.

In the following arc, we’re introduced to Gugu, who’s probably my favorite character of the series. If not him, it’s a character introduced in March’s arc named Hayase. Anyway, Gugu just has some amazing character development and the end of his arc is perfect.

Finally, we have Tonari, a young girl who lives on a prison island. Tonari has a gang of four other kids, and together they work so that one day they can make their way off the island. She’s kind of a terrible person, but I did warm up to her a bit over the course of the arc.

I think Tonari’s biggest issue, though, is that she has to follow Gugu. Anyone’s going to look bad when compared to him.

World Building in Pieces

To Your Eternity has some very good world-building on account of how many different regions of the world Fushi travels to. He meets all different kinds of people, is immersed in multiple different cultures, and sees a variety of locations.

That’s obviously great from a world-building perspective. The problem is that throughout the story, we’re bouncing from one location to the next without any real understanding of how these places relate to one another.

We know Yanome controls Ninannah, Jananda Island is somewhere between Takunaha and Sarlnine, and there’s a port we may or may not have been to called Zedan. That’s about it as far as named locations go.

March from the anime series To Your Eternity
March

The issue is that once the story has wrapped up in one location, we tend not to return. The individual arcs are very compartmentalized for the most part. Aside from Yanome and Ninannah, there doesn’t seem to be any sort of formal connection between the various locations.

So while we learn a lot about the people and locations of this world, we’re not getting all that much when it comes to the big picture. Many of these regions are so disconnected that things we learned about one region don’t exactly apply to the next.

And, something I think we’ll start to have an issue with in the future of the series is the passage of time. It’s not a huge part of this first season. But, we have to keep in mind that Fushi is immortal. Eventually, so much time is going to have passed that the information we have on some of these locations is going to be outdated.

Maybe in the future, Fushi will find himself back in Ninnanah, but 200 or 300 years will have passed.

Conclusion

To Your Eternity was my favorite anime of the spring 2021 season, which is when it began. It wasn’t my favorite of the summer season, when it ended, but it was still up there. Overall, I think it’s an 8/10. It has some very high highs — you just have to get through some low parts too.

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To Your Eternity Episode 20

To Your Eternity Episode 20

Pioran and Fushi

So, we knew it was coming — especially if you watched the preview for this episode at the end of last week’s episode. Pioran has died. But before I get to that, I want to take a look at the relationship Pioran and Fushi developed during their travels.

When we first met Pioran, I never would have guessed that she’d become such an important character throughout the season. And she actually far outlived most of the other characters who were given more prominence than she was.

Who’s left that was more important than Pioran? Rean (arguably) and Tonari. Those are the only ones. I’m sorry Sandel, but you’re not as important. And as for Booze Man, I wonder if he’s still alive at this point. We’ll never know now, though.

Fushi in Mia's form from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi in Mia’s form

Anyway, back to Pioran. We really didn’t know all that much about her despite her being around since the second arc of the series. She was a prisoner of Yanome accused of murder, she was married to Booze Man at some point, and just in this episode, we learned she had a grandchild.

Beyond that, Pioran was kind of a mystery. But, that didn’t stop Fushi from bonding with her. She was the one who taught him most of what he knows — how to read, write, speak, and interact with the rest of the world.

While March officially holds the title of Fushi’s mother, Pioran is the one who raised him. I think the first half of this episode did a great job of illustrating just how much Fushi has come to care about Pioran. He really does view her as his family.

Oh, and I guess I’ll just throw the fact that Fushi can transform into Uroy, Oopa, and Mia at the end of this section.

Goodbye, Pioran

Pioran’s death was definitely one of the more impactful deaths of the series. Gugu’s was more emotional to me, but Pioran’s was probably second. The boy from episode 1 didn’t do anything for me, and neither did March, to be honest.

I think part of what made Pioran’s death so emotional was that she wanted to die without Fushi around. This was probably in part because she didn’t want him to witness her death. But it was also partially due to the request she had for the “black thing” that follows Fushi around.

Specifically, Pioran asks that she be reborn as something that will be useful to Fushi. It may sound strange, but I don’t think Fushi would have wanted her to make this request. That’s because I think he would have been against her acknowledging that she was dying at all.

The "black thing" talking to Pioran from the anime series To Your Eternity
The “black thing” talking to Pioran

The response Pioran gets is fairly interesting. She’s told that her soul is really only her soul when it’s connected to her body. So even if she’s reborn with the same soul, that doesn’t mean she’s going to be the same person — if she’s reborn as a human at all.

Additionally, she’s told that the “black thing” will come for her before she’s taken to paradise. This is significant because it seems to imply that Pioran being reborn is something that can actually happen. We know the afterlife exists in this world, and Pioran apparently won’t be going there.

For this reason, I think we’ll find that Fushi doesn’t gain the form of Pioran. He can’t transform into someone until after they die. And if Pioran’s soul is reborn in this world, my guess is that it means Fushi can’t transform into her still. And this is probably psychologically damaging to him considering how close he felt to her.

Pioran will Return

Building upon the fact that rebirth is something that exists in this world, I’m betting that Pioran will make a return. And, while I don’t know if this will be the case just yet, I think there’s a convincing argument to be made for her being the “same” Pioran.

So, in the OP of this series, we saw a girl strolling along a beach who was a mystery — at least to me. When Pioran mentioned she had a grandchild, I assumed this was the girl. But it was revealed the girl is actually a younger form of Pioran.

Why is this important? Because Pioran tells Fushi that her wish is to be young again. Then, when Pioran’s soul is collected by the “black thing,” different stages of her life are recorded on a white ball, much like the one Fushi started out as.

Pioran as her younger self from the anime series To Your Eternity
Pioran as her younger self

To me, all of this points to the fact that the white ball we saw Pioran’s soul go into will become the new Pioran. And if she’s born right after her death, then she’ll be at least 20 years old when she and Fushi reunite — meaning Pioran will have gotten her wish of being young again.

There are some issues with all of this, though. Just because the ball recorded Pioran’s soul doesn’t necessarily mean it recorded her appearance. She may look entirely different. And on top of that, it’s implied she won’t remember who Fushi is.

But, considering how Fushi is connected to the souls of people he interacts with, I think he’ll still recognize her. She may look different, but Fushi should be able to recognize Pioran’s soul within her if they ever cross paths again.

Conclusion

What do you think of the final episode of To Your Eternity (Season 1)? Which death of the series do you think was the most emotional? Will Pioran and Fushi ever be reunited? And, could Pioran end up immortal just like Fushi? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 19

To Your Eternity Episode 19

Fushi’s First “Kills”

To Your Eternity Episode 19 actually surprised me a few times. I wasn’t expecting that, especially after I was complaining about the OP spoiling the series too much just last week. And the first surprise came with Fushi “killing” his first “humans.”

Now, I don’t think this really counts as killing humans. But this might be the closest Fushi is ever going to come to doing just that — or is it? If he actually kills someone later on, I’ll be very surprised considering how important not killing people has been for his character so far.

If you’ve watched the episode, you’ll know he “killed” Oopa, Uroy, and Mia. But considering they were already dead and were just being controlled by the Nokkers by puppets, this probably didn’t have the same effect on him that actually killing someone would.

Zombified Oopa, Uroy, and Mia from the anime series To Your Eternity
Zombified Oopa, Uroy, and Mia

Something I didn’t quite understand was why Fushi opted to use a sword to finish them off. I expected him to burn them with Gugu. Effectively cremating them seems like a better option than getting up close and personal with a sword and then having to look at their distorted bodies afterward.

But, maybe Fushi opted to use the sword specifically because it was more personal. Perhaps he did it that way because he didn’t want to treat the bodies of his friends as nothing more than monsters that needed to be purged.

At least he didn’t let Tonari finish them off. Letting a 14-year-old girl do that isn’t the right choice, even if she had insisted on doing it herself.

Also, what do you think the chances are that Fushi has gained Oopa, Uroy, and Mia as transformations now? I could see Uroy being useful since he’s strong. I’m not so sure about the other two.

Tonari Survives

The biggest surprise of the episode was that Tonari actually survives the arc. And because she sent Ligard with Fushi in the end, I don’t think this is going to be a case like with Parona where Tonari dies later on and Fushi obtains her form.

Tonari was prepared to die and did exactly what I predicted she would a few episodes ago. But Fushi was able to save her, unlike those who came before her. And since she survived, it’s actually possible that we’ll see her, or maybe one of her descendants, later on.

Also, while I’m going to go into more detail about her in the next section, Hayase survived as well. I just wanted to point that out now because Hayase’s death was also part of my prediction regarding Tonari’s fate in this episode.

Tonari being held over a flaming pit from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari being held over a flaming pit

I think Tonari (and Sandel) surviving could be pretty interesting for the future of the series if the author ever decides to make use of them in some way again. For example, perhaps those two have a child who later leaves the island in search of Fushi.

Maybe Jananda island is attacked and Tonari sends all the children off the island to safety. And when she does this, she tells her son or daughter to search for the immortal who once saved the island in the past. She wouldn’t expect to be saved, but she might expect Fushi to help the children.

Something like that could be pretty cool because it would be the first time that Fushi interacts with a descendant of people he previously had a relationship with. It would really help to illustrate how Fushi remains the same while the rest of the world goes by.

Hayase will Return

Before I get to discussing the new developments with Hayase’s character from this episode, I want to go back to something I said in the first section of this review. I mentioned that Fushi “killing” Oopa, Uroy, and Mia might be the closest Fushi ever comes to killing someone.

In reality, I think that’s the role Hayase is going to play. Fushi didn’t really kill those three. But I guarantee he’s going to blame himself for the death of Hayase despite hating her. Right after he abandons her in the ocean, she’s attacked by a Nokker.

It’s implied that the Nokker that kills Hayase is the same one she allowed to escape earlier in the episode. So you could just see her death as poetic. But I think we’re actually going to see her return (as a Nokker). And when Fushi sees what’s become of her, he’s going to blame himself.

Hayase just wanting some love from the anime series To Your Eternity
Hayase just wanting some love

Hayase is my favorite character of the series. I think she’s definitely the most complex character we’ve been introduced to, even including Fushi. But, there were some things I got wrong about who she is that I want to touch on.

Primarily, I assumed that she wanted to use Fushi to gain power. Whether achieving this by capturing Fushi as her “pet” or bearing his potentially immortal child, I figured that her obsession with him came from a desire to rule and get revenge.

As it turns out, she’s just absolutely insane — but that doesn’t make her any less interesting. She wants to “become one” with him. Sex is one way we’ve seen her attempt to accomplish that. But as she explained in this episode, she’s even willing to be killed by Fushi solely so that she can become one of his forms and be a part of him forever.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 19? Do you think Fushi is ever going to take the form of Oopa, Uroy, or Mia? Did you expect Tonari to live or die at the end of this arc? And do you think we’re going to see Hayase again? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 18

To Your Eternity Episode 18

Tonari’s New Dream

In one of the earlier episodes of To Your Eternity, Tonari told us one version of the events that led her to Jananda island. In Episode 18, she gives us a slightly different version of events. But, it’s not really clear which is the truth, if either of them is.

Previously, we were lead to believe that Tonari’s father was innocent in the death of his wife and that he only became a murderer once entering the Jananda colosseum. We now learn that Tonari doesn’t believe this is the case.

Once Tonari saw her father in the colosseum, she realized that despite what she wanted to believe, her father was actually capable of killing her mother. And after that point, Tonari distanced herself from him specifically because she could no longer ignore that fact.

Tonari by the ocean from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari by the ocean

What I find most interesting about this is that we still don’t actually know for certain whether or not Tonari’s father was guilty of the crime that sent him to Jananda. Tonari has revealed that she believes he was guilty, but we can’t be sure.

It’s possible that after Tonari dies, we’ll learn the truth (she’s going to die). We might get a scene of her meeting her parents in the afterlife, which could confirm her father’s guilt or innocence. But, I doubt we’re going to see that.

We already got the “what if” scenario of her and her parents in her dream this episode. So instead, I think she’s going to be reunited with her friends after she dies. They’ve been her family for years now, so it makes sense to me that they’re who she’ll see after she dies.

Battle for Jananda Island

Before Fushi and Tonari escape from the island, the Nokkers attack the town. It would make sense for Fushi to want to go defeat the Nokkers on the island simply so that they can’t evolve and become more powerful. But that’s not his reason for fighting.

Instead, Fushi chooses to go back to fight against the Nokkers because he wants to save the islanders. Despite the island being home to criminals (and their families) as Tonari points out, Fushi sees their lives as having as much value as anyone else’s.

Of course, this isn’t necessarily because Fushi actually believes that. As we’ve seen from his reaction to Hayase, he’s capable of wishing death upon someone who’s wronged him. It’s just that he’s not personally affected by all of the murders the remaining islanders have committed, so he doesn’t hold it against them.

Uroy, Mia, Sandel, and Oopa from the anime series To Your Eternity
Uroy, Mia, Sandel, and Oopa

Uroy, Mia, Sandel, and Oopa all return to Jananda to help Tonari and Fushi fight against the Nokkers. Well, to be fair, they actually returned to help Tonari rescue Fushi. But now that they’re there, they might as well help fight against the Nokkers.

I don’t believe I’ve mentioned it previously, so I might as well now that she’s dead. But I really like how Mia uses a chair as a weapon. There’s probably some joke I’m missing, but I like it nonetheless. Especially since she actually uses the chair as a chair as well.

And, yes, Mia is dead now. But, it’s not like Mia dying was a surprise. We’ve actually known that Mia was going to die from the beginning of the series. The same is true for Uroy and Oopa. This fact is probably my biggest issue with the To Your Eternity anime.

The OP Spoilers

If you haven’t noticed by now, despite me pointing it out in multiple episode reviews before now, the To Your Eternity OP is just full of spoilers. A lot of anime OPs spoil things. But usually, the spoilers aren’t as blatantly obvious as they are here.

One example from earlier on in the series was that we knew Gugu was going to develop a firebreathing technique because it’s shown in the OP. That’s not a major spoiler, but it made it so throughout Gugu’s whole arc, I just kept waiting for him to get to that point.

I’d argue that the current arc is the one that’s been spoiled the most by the OP. The OP actually shows us Uroy, Mia, and Oopa all infected by the Nokkers. And who died by being infected by the Nokkers in this episode? Uroy, Mia, and Oopa. There was never any doubt in my mind that this would happen.

Mia, Uroy, and Oopa walking into the afterlife from the anime series To Your Eternity
Mia, Uroy, and Oopa walking into the afterlife

Also, I’d previously mentioned that I believed Tonari was going to kill herself and take Hayase with her — based primarily on what we see in the OP. Well, according to the next episode preview, my theory was spot on.

The only thing I got wrong was that I said it involved a volcano. It actually appears to be the body pit that’s been set on fire. Either way, Hayase is going to hold Tonari over the flames, and Tonari is going to jump in after grabbing Hayase.

You can try to argue that I just spoiled the next episode, but it’s literally shown in the OP and has been since the start of the series.

Something I mentioned early on in my reviews of To Your Eternity, possibly even in the first episode review, was that knowing the arcs’ main characters are going to die ahead of time doesn’t take away from the impacts of their deaths. I still stand by that, but I don’t want to know how they’re going to die beforehand.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 18? Were you surprised by the deaths of Uroy, Mia, and Oopa? And do you think Sandel is going to die too? Let me know in the comments. I don’t think Sandel is featured in the OP, so I’m going to guess he survives.

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My review of Episode 19 is available now.

To Your Eternity Episode 17

To Your Eternity Episode 17

The Defeated

To Your Eternity Episode 17 was another good episode. This time around, I think Hayase’s character is what made the episode good. I really wasn’t expecting her to be as interesting of a character as she turned out to be.

The majority of today’s review is going to be focusing on Hayase, so let’s start off by taking a look at her actions after winning the tournament. The first thing she does is relieves herself of her newly won status and grants it to Tonari.

Why does she do this? Because she knows that the people of Jananda island won’t blindly follow some outsider just because she won the tournament. So she deflects their hatred away from herself and onto Tonari, who now has a target on her back.

Hayase marking herself as of Jananda from the anime series To Your Eternity
Hayase marking herself as of Jananda

But, you may have noticed that just because Hayase gives up her right to rule over the island, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t crave power. Instead, she attempts to appeal to the people of Jananda another way.

She claims that they’ve been chosen by the gods to serve Fushi, and as Fushi’s caretaker, her by extension. Obviously, this won’t work on everyone, though. And so she also marks herself as a citizen of Jananda by cutting her own hand. She does this as a way to show her allegiance to the people of the island.

Now, is she really aligning herself with Jananda island? Probably not. She still controls Yanome soldiers. But if she can gain followers from the island, that will only give her more power. Also, notice that she didn’t give herself the prisoner marking, but only the “family of a prisoner” marking.

I’m not sure if that was intentional on her part, but it’s interesting to consider.

My Immortal

Originally, I was thinking that Hayase was on Jananda island to capture Fushi and bring him back to Yanome, probably as a way to redeem herself. After all, she failed in her duty to sacrifice March to Oniguma and then lost all of her captives.

But now that we’ve seen Hayase claim Fushi as her own and declare that the Jananda islanders should help her “protect” him, I think something else may be going on. It’s possible that Hayase has been exiled from Yanome and that the soldiers who still follow her are simply a faction loyal to their former commander.

This seems to make more sense within the context of Hayase’s recent actions. So what we’re really seeing Hayase doing right now isn’t restoring her honor, but rather building up her own power and army by using Fushi as a tool.

Hayase probably about to rape Fushi from the anime series To Your Eternity
Hayase probably about to rape Fushi

Now, although it seemed a bit strange at first, Hayase’s apparent attempted rape of Fushi actually makes sense with all of this in mind. At first, I thought she was just being a creep by licking his face (which, to be fair, she probably was). But once she got undressed, I realized there was more to it.

Hayase wants to use Fushi to gain power. But Fushi isn’t someone whom Hayase can easily control. So how could she be able to use his immortality to her advantage even if she doesn’t have him specifically? Well, she could have his child.

If Hayase bears Fushi’s child, and that child retains Fushi’s immortality, then Hayase can raise an immortal being who’s completely subservient to her. She would effectively be known as the mother of a “god.” That seems like a pretty good way to gain a lot of power and influence.

Fushi Fights Back

Now let’s take a look at how some characters are fighting back against Hayase. First of all, we have Fushi who decides to stay behind on Jananda with Hayase so that his friends can go free. He does this knowing full well that he’s going to escape from her at some point.

Pioran and Fushi even make plans to meet up at the port in Zedan. I believe this is the first time we’ve heard the name Zedan, and I can’t be sure exactly where it’s located. However, I do have some ideas based on previously known locations.

Either Zedan is the port city where Fushi and Pioran were put onto the ship headed for Jananda, or it’s where they would have landed had they made their way to Sarlnine as intended. My guess is that it’s the former since they’re both already familiar with that location.

Fushi threatening to kill Hayase from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi threatening to kill Hayase

Obviously, we also saw that Tonari has escaped from the Skyfish ship and is heading back to Jananda to save Fushi. I bring this up for two reasons. The first being to point out that Fushi and Tonari have both probably built up a resistance to the poison Hayase uses.

Remember, both of them woke up earlier than expected. Why is that? Because Fushi is able to create food with the poison in it from his body and Tonari has previously eaten that food. It’s a small detail, but I wanted to point it out.

And the other reason I’m bringing this up is that, as I stated in my review of Episode 16, I think Tonari is going to be the one who ends up killing Hayase (and dying herself).

Fushi’s Next Transformation(s)

Here’s a bonus section for you this week because there was one other thing I thought of while writing this review. Previously, I’ve assumed that Fushi would gain an owl transformation via Ligard. After all, we see an owl in the OP and ED alongside the wolf and bear.

In fact, I was even going to write in the previous section that I think the owl that saved Tonari at the end of the episode was Fushi and not Ligard. It would just mean at some point Fushi hurt himself with Ligard’s talons and then gained the transformation after Hayase killed him.

But what if Hayase didn’t actually kill Ligard? Based on what Tonari said, she thought Ligard was going to die, but she never actually saw him die. If Ligard is still alive, then I actually have a new theory that involves Fushi not gaining him as a transformation (at least not yet).

Tonari holding Ligard the owl from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari holding Ligard the owl

I’ve kind of taken for granted the idea that Tonari is going to die and Fushi is going to gain her as a transformation. That’s what happened in the previous arcs. But then I thought, “What does Tonari actually bring to the table? What makes her a useful transformation?”

The answer I came up with is Ligard. Perhaps Fushi doesn’t gain the owl as a transformation but instead gains Tonari as one, and through her, Fushi can control Ligard. Basically, Ligard would follow Fushi’s orders as Tonari, and maybe she has the ability to order other animals around too.

Also, what if Fushi gains Hayase as a transformation too? That would be the first time he gains the transformation of someone he hates, and that alone could be very interesting. I’d love to see how he deals with that.

Conclusion

What do you think about To Your Eternity Episode 17? Is Hayase a good character? Is Fushi capable of having immortal children? And what transformations do you think Fushi will gain by the end of this arc? Let me know in the comments.

If you enjoyed this review, remember to click the like button down below. Also, follow me over on Twitter @DoubleSama so you don’t miss out on any future content. And come join our Discord server if you’re interested in discussing anime with other members of the community.

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