Time of Eve

Eve no Jikan

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In future Japan, in a time when android housekeepers have become commonplace, society strictly abides by the Three Laws of Robotics, which all androids must follow. Under the influence of the Robot Ethics Committee, androids are treated the same way as lesser technology, such as household appliances. However, a minority with an adoration for androids exists, categorized as "android-holics," and are shunned by the general public. Rikuo Sakisaka was raised to accept society's precept about androids, and is perfectly aware that they are not human. That is, until the day he discovers a strange message buried within the activity logs of his household android, Sammy. This leads him to Eve no Jikan, a cafe with only one rule that its patrons must adhere to: there must be no distinction made between humans and androids. Curiosity drives Rikuo to learn more about the shop, and he attempts to unearth the reason behind Sammy's peculiar behavior.

User Rating: 4.7 ( 1 votes)


English: Time of Eve
Japanese: イヴの時間
Type: ONA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 1, 2008 to Sep 18, 2009
Producers: Directions, Code, Trick Block
Studios: Studio Rikka
Source: Original
Genres: Sci-Fi, Slice of Life
Duration: 18 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio, Eng Sub


Yasuhiro Yoshiura – Director, Script, Original Creator
Tooru Okada – Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition, Music
Rie Tanaka – Theme Song Performance
Ryusuke Chayama – Animation Director, Character Design
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An unusual direction style and a unique take on a formula done to death makes this an incredibly interesting and relaxing experience.


An amazingly immersive and philosophical take on the ethical issues posed with AI, and unbelievably good animation for 2008


This is like reading really good science fiction, but you’re watching it.


What is it that makes us human? Empathy? Need for affection? A beating heart?


Really loved this one. Used a lot of common sci-fi tropes but, in a rather interesting way.


Great show about what it means to be alive.


It’s a shame it’s just a series of 6 short episodes. Well executed and delivering strong messages through its visuals and storytelling.


    Demon Alpha

    “When do you think people die? When they are shot through the heart by the bullet of a pistol? No. When they are ravaged by an incurable disease? No. When they drink a soup made from a poisonous mushroom? No! It’s when… they are forgotten.” – Dr Hiruluk, One Piece


    I make bad encodes and whine about subs and if I'm feeling particularly memey, I make bad subs too!