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Score: 5.49/10

Synopsis

In 2050 Riyadh, elder Asma's richly captivating storytelling transports her cherished grandchildren to fabled times where they learn that modern-day dilemmas are no match for the trials, tribulations and words of wisdom passed from generation to generation through their fascinating folktales. (Source: Sentai Filmworks)

Future Folktales is a cute show that teaches us different lessons through folktales that have been passed down from generation to generation. I enjoy this series a lot since its based in the far future in the middle east and each story is also based somewhere in the middle east.

And since we never seem to see anime place itself in that location often, its nice to see that Future Folktales has made that its absolute location.

The story is absolutely for children and the stories absolutely do teach you a moral lesson by the end of the episode, though they are still very much PG in nature.

I didn’t think I’d enjoy this show at all tbh, but its grown on me. It can be bland from time to time, but overall its a decent show for kids.

Future Folktales is a series with a different Arabian fable every episode: a short tale that teaches a moral. Each episode, there's a grandmother that tells a fascinating story to her three grandchildren ( four, including me, the viewer) so they can learn that our modern-day dilemmas are easily solved by a simple story. Wisdom comes from the past. The stories (so far) are all located in a similar background, but the characters are different. Also, IMO there are some stories that have a meaningful ending, while others are quite bland. Still relaxing though. I'm watching this because this is a ~very~ comforting anime and it's like a small break of my daily life. I do recommend this if you liked "Folktakes from Japan". Of course, the art is more modern, but it has the same essence.

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