Product Tag - Ayako Kawasumi

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    ゲ ー ト キ ー パ ー ズ

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    ゲ ー ト キ ー パ ー ズ

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    Amagi Brilliant Park

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    Amagi Brilliant Park

    Kanie Seiya, a smart and extremely narcissistic high school student, believes that the beautiful but reserved Sento Isuzu has invited him on a date at an amusement park called Amagi Brilliant Park. Much to his chagrin, not only is the location a run-down facility, the supposed date is merely a recruitment tour where Sento and Princess Latifa Fleuranza, the owner of the theme park, ask him to become the park’s new manager. Their cause for desperation? As stipulated in a land-use contract, Amagi has less than three months to meet a quota of 500,000 guests, or the park will be closed for good and the land redeveloped by a greedy real-estate company.

    Seiya is won over by the revelation that Amagi is no ordinary amusement park; many of its employees are Maple Landers—mysterious magical beings who live in the human world and are nourished by the energy created by people having fun. Entrusted with the hopes and dreams of this far-off enchanted land, Seiya must now use his many skills to bring Amagi back on its feet, or watch it crumble before his eyes.

    [Written by MAL Rewrite]

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    The Qwaser of Stigmata

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    The Qwaser of Stigmata

    The Qwaser of Stigmata is an ongoing action manga series authored by Hiroyuki Yoshino featuring art by Kenetsu Satō. It is notable for its violence, fanservice, and the use of breast milk as a central plot device. The manga is serialized in the seinen/shōnen manga magazine Monthly Champion Red. A 24-episode anime television series adaptation was broadcast in heavily censored form and streamed uncensored on Biglobe. The anime received an OVA adaptation called The Qwaser of Stigmata : Portrait of the Empress based on chapter 16 bundled with the tenth volume to be shipped on October 20, 2010. On December 26, 2010, JBook announced that a second season was green-lit. The second season was produced under the title The Qwaser of Stigmata II, airing as 12 episodes between April and June 2011.

    On July 1, 2012, Sentai Filmworks had announced that they had licensed both seasons and OVA of The Qwaser of Stigmata for digital distribution and home video release in the U.S., along with multiple other series’. No firm date has been set as to when these will occur.

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    Charger Girl Ju-den Chan

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    Charger Girl Ju-den Chan

    Fight Ippatsu! Jūden-chan!! is a manga series by Bow Ditama, which is also adapted into an anime television series of the same name that began airing on the liberal AT-X network in Japan from June 25, 2009. It features anthropomorphized characters representing aspects of charging electrical equipment. This series contains some explicit fanservice, including omorashi, which was broadcast uncensored. The series was also released on Crunchyroll, under the title of Charger Girl, Ju-den Chan, although it is censored.

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    Princess Resurrection

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    Princess Resurrection

    Princess Resurrection is a Japanese horror comedy manga by Yasunori Mitsunaga. The manga was serialized monthly in Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine and published by Kodansha. A 26-episode anime series by Madhouse aired on TBS in 2007. Both the manga and anime are available in North America with the manga licensed by Del Rey Manga and the anime licensed by Sentai Filmworks and available on the Anime Network website. A new OVA series has been made by Tatsunoko Production with the first episode released in December 2010, along with the 13th volume of the manga, the second episode for the 14th volume, and the third episode for the 16th volume. A spin-off manga, Naqua-Den, which stars a side-character from Princess Resurrection as the main character, was released in 2012 currently with two volumes.

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    Genshiken

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    Genshiken

    Sasahara Kanji is a college freshman who decides to join a student society to share his hidden thoughts on manga, anime and gaming. As he participates in club activities such as visiting dojin shops and anime festivals he opens his mind and resolves that he will make his way into the otaku world.

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    Great Dangaioh

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    Great Dangaioh

    Great Dangaioh is a 13-episode anime TV series that ran from 5 April 2001 through 5 July 2001 on TV Asahi in Japan. It was created and directed by Toshiki Hirano, and produced by AIC. Hirano’s wife, Narumi Kakinouchi, was the animation director for episodes 1 and 3.

    Great Dangaioh is related to Dangaioh. Although initially it appears to be an unconnected series reusing similar plot concepts, late in the series it is revealed that Great Dangaioh is, in fact, a sequel to the original OVA.

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    This Ugly Yet Beautiful World

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    This Ugly Yet Beautiful World

    This Ugly Yet Beautiful World is an anime television series created by Shouji Saeki and Hiroyuki Yamaga. It was co-produced by the Gainax and Shaft animation studios.

    The series aired on the Tokyo Broadcasting System from April 1, 2004 to June 16, 2004, totaling 12 episodes. A manga adaptation, illustrated by Ashita Morimi, was serialized in Hakusensha’s Young Animal.

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    Shining Tears X Wind

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    Shining Tears X Wind

    Shining Tears X Wind is a Japanese anime based on the PlayStation 2 games Shining Tears and Shining Wind. Shining Tears X Wind presents an adapted version of Shining Wind’s story, seen from the perspective of the character Souma. It is directed by Hiroshi Watanabe and produced by Studio Deen. The series started airing in Japan on April 6, 2007, and finished airing on June 29, 2007. The anime has the same opening and ending themes as the game Shining Tears. A sequel to this is a mobile game entitled Shining Wind X, which was released in January 2008.

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    Kanon

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    Kanon

    Yuichi hasn’t seen his cousin Nayuki in years. Now that he’s back, all knowledge of ever visiting has vanished. He tries to adjust to the vaguely familiar surroundings, but the gaps in his memory haunt him as time grows short. The pieces of the puzzle have appeared – an eerily silent beauty with blazing tresses, the mysterious girl with the winged backpack, and the sword-wielding demon slayer – but it’s up to Yuichi to discover how they fit together.

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    Please Teacher!

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    Please Teacher!

    Kusanagi Kei, a high-school student living with his aunt and uncle, has an encounter with a female alien. This alien is revealed to be a new teacher at his school. Later, he is forced to marry this alien to preserve her secrets. From there, various romantically-inclined problems crop up repeatedly.

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    Serial Experiments Lain

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    Serial Experiments Lain

    Serial Experiments Lain, is an anime series directed by Ryutaro Nakamura, original character design by Yoshitoshi ABe, screenplay written by Chiaki J. Konaka, and produced by Yasuyuki Ueda for Triangle Staff. It was broadcast on TV Tokyo from July to September 1998. A PlayStation game with the same title was released in November 1998 by Pioneer LDC.

    Lain is an avant-garde anime influenced by philosophical subjects such as reality, identity, and communication. The series focuses on Lain Iwakura, an adolescent girl living in suburban Japan, and her introduction to the Wired, a global communications network similar to the Internet. Lain lives with her middle-class family, which consists of her inexpressive older sister Mika, her cold mother, and her computer-obsessed father. The first ripple on the pond of Lain’s lonely life appears when she learns that girls from her school have received an e-mail from Chisa Yomoda, a schoolmate who had committed suicide. When Lain receives the message at home, Chisa tells her that she is not dead, but has merely “abandoned her physical body and flesh”, and is alive deep within the virtual reality-world of the Wired itself and that she has found the almighty and divine god there. From then on, Lain is bound to a path which will take her ever deeper into both the network and her own subconscious thoughts and sensations.

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