Aka-chan to boku (1996–1997)

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Drama


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After his mother's death, 11-year-old Takuya is forced to undertake the enormous task of raising his baby brother Minoru while their father toils away at work to provide for them.


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12 July 2018 | MikialUK
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| Brothery love
This is an early to mid 90s anime tv show which has won awards for its story. I watched this in Arabic and then in Japanese and both audios were brilliant. The character development was incredible and very touching between the brothers and their father. It begins by introducing the small family who've recently lost their mother/wife. Some scenes makes one tearful as it really depicts the grief from each family member including the baby. But especially the 10 year-old boy who matures throughout the story to become an independent self confident reliable individual. This show is very underrated and deserves more attention. It's short, only 33 episodes or so but definitely worth a watch.

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Genres

Animation | Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

11 July 1996

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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