Kareshi Kanojo No Jijou
Tsubasa and Yukino

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Hideaki Anno's New Work is"Kareshi Kanojo No Jijou" which is broadcast by TV-Tokyo since October 1998.

On 10/02/1998, TV-Tokyo started Hideaki Anno's New Anime "Kareshi Kanojo No Jijou" at last. A lot of anime fans in Japan have been looking forward to seeing it for a long time. These two years Hideaki Anno made real performance films rather than anime.
This work is his new age anime which is different from his former works.

  1. Circumstances
  2. Producers
  3. Hideaki Anno
  4. Basic Data on
    Broadcasting and Staff
  5. Fool Hakusensha
  6. Original Cartoon
  7. Hideaki Anno's New Style
  8. Yukino Miyazawa,
    the heroine
  9. Atsuko Enomoto,
    a pretty voice actress
  10. Act 2.0 "Futari No Himitsu"
  11. Act 3.0 "Kareshi No Jijou"
  12. Kano Miyazawa,
    Yukino's youngest sister
  13. Musashi Kosugi Station
  14. Act 4.0 "Kanojo No Nandai"
  15. New Character "Asapin"
  16. Cinecitta and Kawasaki Station
  17. Act 5.0 "Hibi No Meikyu"
  18. Act 5.5 "Kare No Yabou"
  19. Top's Chocolate Cake
  20. Kare-Kano FAQ (Revised)
  21. Act 6.0 "Boku Wo Kaeru, Kimi No Koe"
  22. Who is Rena Tanaka?
  23. Secondary Education System in Japan
  24. Act 7.0 "Futari No Sokaku"
  25. Nekodiru Effect
  26. Act 8.0 "Kanojo No Nichijou"
  27. Act "0.5" "Sakura No Hayashi No Mankai No Shita"
  28. Act 9.0 "Moratorium No Shokuzai"
  29. What is Shin-Maruko?
  30. Who is Mr. Hiroyuki Miyazawa?
  1. Who is Ms Tsubasa Shibahime?
  2. Act 10.0 "Subete Wa Korekara"
  3. Who is Ms Maho Izawa?
  4. What is Shitte Station?
  5. Yukino solved a mathematics problem
  6. Act 11.0 "Ichigakki No Owari Ni"
  7. Act 11.5 "NATSU no YASUMI no HAJIMARI NI"
  8. Act 12.0 "Shiawase no Arika"
  9. What is Voice Lugger?
  10. What is Apple Koucha?
  11. Act 13.0 "Shiawase no Shukan"
  12. Act 14.0 "Koremade No Ohanashi (Former Part)"
  13. Act 14.6 "Koremade No Ohanashi (Latter part)"
  14. Act 15.0 "Koe No Mukou Ni Mierumono"
  15. Act 16.0 "Towa No Tentei"
  16. JR Nanbu Line Timetable
  17. Zelel attacked again...
Ms Tsubasa Shibahime
Tsubasa Shibahime

Ms Kano Miyaawa, Yukino's youngest sister
Kano Miyazawa

Mr. Hiroyuki Miyaawa, Yukino's large-sized younger brother
Hiroyuki Miyazawa
. 1. Circumstances

Now (October 1998) more than 60 titles of anime are broadcast in Kanto district including Tokyo. TV-Tokyo broadcasts more than 30 titles of them.
Unfortunately most of them get very low rating. Few watched such anime titles. Perhaps rating is under 1 percent. Asahi Newspaper called the phenomenon "Anime Bubble" October 1998.
The rating of "Magical Stage - Fancy LaLa," which was broadcast by TV-Osaka since April till September 1998, was 2 percents. TV-Osaka is a TV station which controlled by TV-Tokyo and Nikkei Newspaper.
As you know, the anime, which was produced by Studio Pierrot, is a tearjerking program which deals with show business, TV station, and elementary school life. It also deals with affection and divorce. Studio Pierrot promoted the anime on its own homepage. However its rating was very low.
In Japan, few anime titles only get high ratings. For example, "Sazae-san" "Crayon Shin-chan" "Detective Conan" "Doraemon" and "Kochi-Kame."
Those four titles are not broadcast by TV-Tokyo.
TV-Tokyo producer Noriko Kobayashi always looks for a popular cartoon title. If TV station has a popular anime title, it can get a vast sum of adrate as income. For example, "Pocket Monsters" are a rather popular title. It is said that the title brought much money to TV-Tokyo. Its original plan was made by Nintendo. But the anime was planned by several companies including JR-Kikaku. JR-Kikaku ("Jei Aaru Higashi Nihon Kikaku") is a large-scale advertising agency under JR-East. JR-East ("Higashi Nihon Ryokaku Tetsudou Kabushikigaisha") is the largest railway company in Japan.

This time great anime director Hideaki Anno begins to make an anime title. A lot of companies want to hold the copyright for products on the title.

Please Refer to the Next Part...


"Kareshi Kanojo No Jijou" Copyright (c) Masami Tsuda, Hakusensha/GAiNAX/Kare-Kano Group, TX, SOFTX, 1998, 1999




Special thanks for valuable advices from all foreign Kare-Kano readers. This pages consist of Hideaki Anno's anime, Masami Tsuda's cartoon, and your advices.



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