Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 26, 1986 to Mar 2, 1988
Premiered: Spring 1986
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 19:30 (JST)
Producers: Kitty Films
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: Studio Deen
Genres: Slice of Life, Comedy, Drama, Romance, Seinen
Duration: 25 min per ep
Rating: R+ – Mild Nudity
Type: Dual Audio
Characters & Voice Actors
OP2: “Alone Again (Naturally)” by Gilbert O’Sullivan (ep 24)
OP3: “Suki sa” by Anzen Chitai (eps 38-52)
OP4: “Sunny Shining Morning” by Kiyonori Matsuo (eps 53-76)
OP5: “Hidamari” by Kōzō Murashita (eps 77-96)
ED1: “Ashita Hareru ka” by Takao Kisugi (eps 1-14)
ED2: “Ci · ne · ma” by Picasso (eps 15-23, 25-33)
ED3: “Get Down” by Gilbert O’Sullivan (ep 24)
ED4: “Fantasy” by Picasso (eps 34-52)
ED5: “Sayonara no Sobyō” by Picasso (eps 53-76)
ED6: “Begin the Night” by Picasso (eps 77-96)
02: Love Is in the Air! Which One Does Kyoko Love Best?
03: Hearts on Fire in the Dark! All Alone with Kyoko
04: Kyoko’s Heart Goes Pitty-Pat! Godai Is Put to the Test
Far too long and the forced drama is insufferable at times. The fantastic character arcs of its two main characters hold it together.
The slow, character driven drama is a genre we simply don’t see anymore. The excellent character development really makes this show a gem.
watch this and enjoy
Generic, too long, full of misunderstandings
As a romance is shallow
But i just love the characters and their interactions so much
Captures the spirit of Japan.
Misunderstandings contrivances the anime. This show is a tedious train-wreck.
Some people are bothered by the tenants, but I don’t think they’re so bad. Very relatable if you watch this as a college student.