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Kimi Ni Todoke Episode 1


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Kimi Ni Todoke Episode 1


Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You (Japanese: 君に届け, Hepburn: Kimi ni Todoke) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Karuho Shiina. It was published by Shueisha in Bessatsu Margaret from 2005 to 2017 and collected in 30 tankōbon volumes. In 2008, it won the Best Shōjo Manga award in the 32nd Annual Kodansha Manga Award.[5] The series was also nominated for the first Manga Taisho awards in 2008.[6] Two anime adaptations of Kimi ni Todoke were aired in Japan,[7][8] produced by Production I.G.[9] The second season of the anime was announced in Betsuma Magazine, began airing in Japan on January 4, 2011, and lasted for 12 episodes. A live action film adaptation was released in 2010 starring Mikako Tabe and Haruma Miura.[10] A live-action series produced by TV Tokyo and Netflix is set for a March 2023 release.


The series will be released to Region 2 DVD in Japan with three episodes per disc, starting on December 23, 2009.[3] NIS America later released the series from Volume 1 through Volume 3 alongside Natsume's Book of Friends seasons 1 and 2 on February 4, 2014.[4][5][6][7]


The first DVD compilation for the series was released on December 23, 2009, with one scheduled for each month until the series is complete. The first 5 volumes have 3 episodes each, the sixth volume has 4 episodes, and the remaining two volumes have 3 episode each.


Copyrights and trademarks for the manga, and other promotional materials are held by their respective owners and their use is allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law. 2023 kiminitodoke.net


This is a list of the episodes of the shojo anime series Kimi ni Todoke, directed by Hiro Kaburagi and produced by Production I.G.[1] The episodes are based on the Kimi ni Todoke manga series by Karuho Shiina. Series Compositon is led by Tomoko Konparu, with character designs being provided by Yuka Shibata.[1] The Opening theme music, "Kimi ni Todoke," is by Tanizawa Tomofumi, and the ending, "Kataomoi," is by Chara.


The animation of the original Kimi Ni Todoke was beautiful working in a standard style, super deformed bits, and an amazing watercolor-esque. effect based on the covers of the manga. The sequel surprises with some far better animation than its predecessor. This is apparent because the show works in some old animation from the previous series, in the Episode 00 recap and in some brief flashbacks towards the end. The lines of the animation are crisper; perhaps due to being animated in a higher resolution; the colors are more vibrant, and the animation seems more fluid. Production I.G. clearly wanted to do the series justice and by limiting it to thirteen episodes was perhaps able to get the look they wanted.


I had to admire the way the episode starts out cheerfully enough, packed with chibi scenes and their associated silliness, then getting more serious until reaching a very unhappy ending. Being a teenager includes massive mood swings and the structure of the story conveyed that well. It also makes for quite a setup for what is to come.


The first episode was good. After the bathroom scene in the beginning, I felt sorry for Sawako instantly after she scared away the girls in the bathroom. Hopefully we learn more about her and other stuff in the next few episodes.


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