Only Yesterday

Only Yesterday is a Japanese animated drama film released in 1991. It is based on the 1982 manga of the same name by Hotaru Okamoto and Yuko Tone, which centers on unmarried career woman Taeko Okajima. 

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    Anonymous
    June 1, 2017
    "The quality of all Studio Ghibli movies are top notch and not a bad one in the bunch. So it is extremely hard to say which one is the best as it is extremely subjective and would differs from person to person. But with that said, Only Yesterday is a fine example of a Studio Ghibli film and is one among many fine examples of their work."
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    Anonymous
    October 2, 2017
    "Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard of Studio Ghibli. The best Studio Ghibli movie? No, not My Neighbor Totoro...Only Yesterday, hands down. It's a story absolutely everyone can relate to about coming into adulthood and the upsides/downsides to it. Check it out!"
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    Anonymous
    December 18, 2018
    "if you are to ask me what is the best animated movies of all time i would answer you with Only Yesterday without a doubt. This Japanese animated movie is beautifully made and emotionally captivating coming of age story."
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    Anonymous
    January 16, 2017
    "I like the movie! I`m not sure if it is the best Ghibli movies, because I have never seen any other Ghibli films."
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