Da Capo

Tokyo MX Premiered Jul 05, 2003 In Season



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Da Capo

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This guide covers all four Da Capo series: Da Capo, Da Capo - Second Season, Da Capo II and Da Capo II - Second Season. Da Capo Summary: Junichi Asakura is a special sort of boy. He lives with his adoptive sister on the island of Hatsune Jima, a magical place where cherry blossoms bloom throughout the year. Junichi's not the only one with special powers here though. Many of the inhabitants have mysterious powers and attributes. Junichi's power is that he can see other people's dreams and was taught, by his grandmother, to magically create sweets. One day, his cousin and childhood friend, Sakura Yoshino, comes back from America suddenly. To Junichi's surprise, she hasn't changed a bit appearance wise and she's here to remind him of their childhood promise. Da Capo - Second Season Summary: TBA.. Da Capo II Summary: Set fifty-three years after the events of the first season. Yoshiyuki Sakurai lives with his sisters Yume and Otome Asakura, the grand-daughters of Junichi and Nemu Asakura. Yoshiyuki has the ability to conjure up sweets from nowhere and being able to see the future, while he is asleep. Having had no interests in a girlfriend, Yoshiyuki is surprised one day when his childhood friend, Koko, confesses her love for him. Da Capo II - Second Season Summary: TBA... Opening Themes:
"Sakura saku mirai koiyume" by Yozuca (Eps. 1-25)
"Sonzai" by CooRie (Ep. 26)
"Sakurairo no Kisetsu (The Season of Cherry Blossoms)" by yozuca (Eps. 27-52)
"Sakura Kimi ni Emu" by yozuca (Eps. 53-65) Closing Themes:
"Mirai he no Melody" by CooRie (Eps. 1-7,9-14,16-20)
"Utamaru Ekaki Uta" by Haruko Momoi (Eps. 8,15)
"Sonzai" by CooRie (Eps. 21-25)
"Sakura saku mirai koiyume" by Yozuca (Ep. 26)
"Akatsuki ni Saku Uta (The Song Blooming Towards Dawn)" by CooRie (Eps. 27-50,52)
"Kioku Raburetaa (Remembrance Love Letter)" by CooRie (Eps. 51-52)
"Yasashisa wa Ame no Youni" by CooRie (Eps. 53-65)moreless

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  • A great anime, featuring a lot of cute female characters, and a forbidden love between brother and sister. A warning though, this anime might not be for you, if you're not a fan of the harem anime type.moreless

    In my opinion, everything on Da Capo was great: the characters, the animation, the music, etc. And of course the story. I will try to explain the plot as good as possible, without actually spoiling the entire series for those who haven't seen it. The story takes place on Hatsune-jima, an island where the cherry trees bloom all throughout the year. Here most people have unique and weird powers. The main male character is Junichi Asakura, who has the power to see other people's dreams and to magically create sweets. He lives together with his adopted sister, Nemu, who secretly loves him. Junichi feels the same way about her, but their love is a forbidden one. Not only that, but most of the girls from their highschool are trying to "get" Junichi as well. The plot begins when Junichi's cousin and childhood friend, Sakura Yoshino returns to the island to make sure Junichi hasn't forgotten his promise. A promise he made when he was young and he has actually forgot. Sakura however hasn't and starts to show great affection towards Junichi, much to Nemu's dismay.

    From here and until the end, the story has lots of twists and turns, as Junichi tries to decide which girl is right for him.

    Over all, Da Capo is a great series, many have compared to Shuffle! (which I have not yet finished so I can't say if they're that similar or not), which will keep you entertained. This show might not be for everybody, because it is after all a harem anime, but a great one. So if you like this type of anime, you should definitely check Da Capo out.moreless
  • Borderline acceptable. How far down has television sunk to these days. Not to disrespect the creators of Da Capo but I guess it's simply the trend of tv these days (nothing good on.)moreless

    Borderline acceptable. How far down has television sunk to these days. Not to disrespect the creators of Da Capo but I guess it's simply the trend of tv these days (nothing good on.) Time poorly wasted.This show is not nice, but the borderline of the story is acceptable.OK OK OK