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Futakoi
双恋
(Futakoi)
Demographic Shōnen
Genre Harem, Romance
TV anime
Directed by Nobuo Tomizawa
Studio MediaWorks
Network TV Tokyo
Original run 6 October 200429 December 2004
No. of episodes 13
Sequel

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Futakoi (双恋? lit. "Twin Love") is an anime series, created by Sasaki Mutsumi, which aired in Japan during 2004.[1] It replaced Sister Princess as Dengeki G's Magazine premier flagship title. The main cast of the anime Cowboy Bebop (1998) (L to R: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Ed Tivrusky, Faye Valentine, and Ein the dog) For the oleo-resin, see Animé (oleo-resin). ... A fan disk, merchandise for Sister Princess 2. ...

Contents

Story

The story begins with Nozomu Futami returning to the town where he was born and raised as a child. He moves in near a shrine which houses a legendary stone that was rumoured to have been the place where twin girls turned into birds. The stone is rumored to be the cause of an abundance of twin girls who are born in the town. The twins who turned into birds did so because of their love for a man who couldn't choose between them. Shortly after Nozomu enters town he begins to run into the same problems as five pairs of twins begin to fight for his love.


Characters

Sumireko Ichijou (一条董子 Ichijyō Sumireko?) ( Voiced by Ami Koshimizu) and Kaoruko Ichijou (一条薫子 Ichijyō Kaoruko?) ( Voiced by Yui Horie)

Twin girls who are Nozomu's childhood friends, they also attend different school than Nozomu throughout the anime. They both harbor secret feelings for Nozomu. Although they are close, they keep their feelings secret from each other and everyone else. Ami Koshimizu , born February 15, 1986 in Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo) is a female seiyū. Her blood type is AB. // Her height is 168cm, while her weight is 44kg. ... Yui Horie , born September 20, 1976) is a popular singer and voice actress in Japan. ...

Yura Sakurazuki (桜月ユラ Sakurazuki Yura?) (Voiced by Hiromi Tsunakake) and Kira Sakurazuki (桜月キラ Sakurazuki Kira?) (Voiced by Yui Itsuki)

It is explained during the story that these twin girls had lived a solitary life together in their large house. Their father travels often and employs their butler to take care of them. They undergo many tests to begin living as normal highschool girls. Unlike Sumireko and Kaoruko, Kira and Yura work together to win Nozomu's favor. For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ...

Rara Hinagiku (雛菊らら Hinagiku Rara?) (Voiced by Yurika Ochiai) and Ruru Hinagiku (雛菊るる Hinagiku Ruru?) (Voiced by Shizuka Hasegawa)

The youngest twins appearing on the series who are seen living with Nozomu, their mother Miyabi and pet goat Bob. They are quite affectionate towards Nozomu which makes Billy quite jealous. For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Yurika Ochiai ) is a seiyu whose birthday is December 9. ... For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Anime Roles Angel Tales (TV) as Inu no Nana (Dog) Futakoi (TV) as Ruru Hinagiku Futakoi Alternative (TV) as Ruru Hinagiku Inukami! (TV) as Tomohane Shrine of the Morning Mist (TV) as Tama Hieda Tenshi no Shippo Chu! (TV) as Dog Nana Whistle! (TV) as Miyuki Sakurai Resources Anime News...

Ui Chigusa (千草初 Chigusa Ui?) (Voiced by Kozue Yoshizumi) and Koi Chigusa (千草恋 Chigusa Koi?) (Voiced by Natsuko Kuwatani)

These twins are daughters of a veterinary doctor and in the story they help their father in the clinic. Nozomu met them when Billy ate a piece of paper (a fax addressed to Nozomu) and got it stuck on its throat, so it had to be taken to the vet clinic. For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Kozue Yoshizumi , born September 7, 1979 in Tokyo) is a seiyū who works for Arts Vision. ... For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Natsuko Kuwatani , born August 8, 1978 in Tokyo) is a seiyū who currently works for Arts Vision. ...

Ai Momoi (桃衣愛 Momoi Ai?) (Voiced by Chiaki Takahashi) and Mai Momoi (桃衣舞 Momoi Mai?) (Voiced by Minako Sango)

The oldest of the twins appearing in the series. Ai is the teacher responsible for Nozomu's, Kira's, Yura's and Keisuke's class, while Mai is the school nurse. For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Chiaki Takahashi , born on May 8, 1977 with the kanji lettering 高橋千晶) is a female Japanese voice actress. ... For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ...

Sara Shirogane (白鐘沙羅 Shirogane Sara?) (Voiced by Kaori Mizuhashi) and Soujyu Shirogane (白鐘双樹 Shirogane Soujyu?) (Voiced by Mai Kadowaki

Twin girls who are the same in personality: Soujyu is mild-mannered and ill-bodied, whereas Sara is rougher in her speech, and more energetic. Nozomu meets Soujyu while she was painting, and Sara wanted him to be loyal to her. Sara herself seems to have a love-hate relationship with Nozomu. They leave the city before the end of the series. For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Kaori Mizuhashi (水橋 かおり Mizuhashi Kaori) is a seiyū who was born on August 28, 1974 in Hokkaido, Japan. ... For the article about the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Mai Kadowaki (門脇 舞以 Kadowaki Mai, born September 8, 1980) is a female seiyū. She was born in Tokyo, Japan. ... A love-hate relationship is a personal relationship between humans or organizations, or figuratively between a human and an inanimate object, like a computer, a field of study, a body of ideas, or a profession, involving simultaneous or alternating emotions of love and enmity. ...


Episode list

# Title Original air date
01 "The Town with the Twins' Grave"
"Futagotsuka no Arumachide" (双子塚のある街で)
October 6th, 2004
Nozumu returns to his home town where he used to live with his parent. It is revealed that his mother is dead. Nozumu meets Kira and Yura at a convenient store however is mistaken as a "scary person" when he tries to return the wallet they dropped. Nozomu runs away and goes to the new home which he will live in now. He hears the legend of the twins' grave and meets Ruru and Rara. Kaoruko and Sumireko , Nozomu's old friends come to visit him. 
02 "The Ice Cream From My Memories"
"Moide no Aisukuriimu" (思い出のアイスクリーム)
October 13th, 2004
 
03 "The flavour of love in apple pie"
"Appurupaiha Koi no Aji" (アップルパイは恋の味)
October 20th, 2004
 
04 "Appointment with strawberry tart"
"Ichigotaruto de Machiawase" (イチゴタルトで待ち合わせ)
October 27th, 2004
 
05 "Time Starts To Move"
"Ugokidashita Jikan" (動き出した時間)
November 3rd, 2004
 
06 "The Rocket of Summer"
"Natsu no Roketto" (夏のロケット)
November 10th, 2004
 
07 "A Midsummer's Jewel Box"
"Manatsu no Houseki Bako" (真夏の宝石箱)
November 17th, 2004
 
08 "The White Sketchbook"
"Shiroi Sukecchibukku" (白いスケッチブック)
November 24th, 2004
 
09 "Pastel Sunset"
"Yuuyake no Pasuteru" (夕焼けのパステル)
December 1st, 2004
 
10 "Triangle Christmas"
"Toraianguru Kurisumasu" (トライアングル.クリスマス)
December 8th, 2004
 
11 "The Wandering Heart's New Year Temple Visit"
"Mayoishin de Hatsumoude" (迷い心で初詣)
December 15th, 2004
 
12 "Valentine Panic"
"Barentain Panikku" (バレンタイン.パニック)
December 22th, 2004
 
13 "Spring is in the near future"
"Harudoo Karaji" (春遠からじ…)
December 29th, 2004
 

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References

  1. ^ Futakoi (anime) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia. Accessed 2007-06-18.

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See also

Futakoi Alternative Futakoi Alternative ) is a 13 episode anime television series by ufotable. ...


External links

  • Starchild's official Futakoi website

 
 

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