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Moon Phase

Season 1 Episode 1

Big Brother, Be My Slave

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Aired Monday 1:35 AM Oct 04, 2004 on TV Tokyo
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Kouhei's job photographing for a tabloid takes him to Germany's Schwartz Quelle, an ancient castle build during the Middle Ages. While photographing in the castle, Kouhei comes across a mysterious young girl that can't be photographed. Can this get any more paranormal than it already is? And who is this mysterious young girl?moreless

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • For episodes 1-8,10-13,15-24 of Moon Phase the opening theme was "Neko Mimi Mode" and for episodes 9,14 the opening theme was "Tsuku Yomi Mode"

      • The pun about the ears that Hazuki wears is that "Neko Mimi" is a Japanese slang term for a catgirl.

      • Most of the objects seen during the opening sequence are shown as visual puns on the moon ("tsuki"). The flowers are evening primrose ("tsukimisou"). The bear is a Asian black bear, or crescent moon bear - so named for the crescent marking on its chest ("tsukinowaguma"). The baby is in diapers ("mutsuki"). The noodle dish is soba with egg ("tsukimisoba"). The Moon Rabbit is the Japanese equivalent of the Man in the Moon. The rabbits are making moon mochi ("tsuki-mochi") in a mortar for pounding rice ("tsukiusu"). The turtles are said to lay their eggs under the full moon. Spraining a finger, (i.e. with a ball), is "tsukiyubi". And finally, the word for vampire, ("kyuuketsuki") is also a pun on the moon.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Hazuki: I can hear it, feel it, from beyond the wind that is cutting through this familiar scenery. My frozen time has... finally begun to move.

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