Honey and Clover (2005– )

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Drama


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Yuuta Takemoto is a poor college student who lives in a dilapidated apartment building with his two friends, Shinobu Morita and Takumi Mayama. The series chronicles the students' story as they struggle through life and love.


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19 March 2006 | emasterslake
One of the Best Modern Day Anime ever made!
I got to see the entire series from Bittorrent.

Honey and Clover is a comedy/drama/realistic fiction anime.

It's involves these College Students who start to get to know each other more and more than they did from episode 1.

The flow of the anime is slow but it does have some interesting stories. Animation is just perfect for the way the series is.

I got to learn how much a yen is in US currency and got to learn other Japanese culture reference that are featured in the series.

I really enjoyed it. Has some random parts in some episodes, but I do highly recommend it to die hard anime fans.

It would be in the PG area for adult situations, mild humor, and some language.

I hope this series will get it's own English dub someday. Once it does be sure to buy the DVD if you like non fiction anime.

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