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Ame to Shoujo to Watashi no Tegami

Ame to Shoujo to Watashi no Tegami

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Rain, the Little Girl, and My Letter
Japanese: 雨と少女と私の手紙


Type: ONA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 14, 2005
Producers: None found, add some.
Genres: Shoujo
Duration: 6 min. per episode
Rating: G - All Ages
L represents licensing company


Score: 6.041 (scored by 3719 users)
Ranked: #59412
Popularity: #2894
Members: 6,110
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Katari, a young girl who dreams of becoming a novelist, writes a love letter to a boy at her school. Unwittingly, she is creating a "short story" that will move a little girl's heart.


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Imperial Boy
Imperial Boy
Director, Script, Storyboard, Character Design, Key Animation, Background Art, Screenplay, Creator, Color Design

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Feb 8, 2008 3:12 AM
Rain the Little Girl and My Letter is a work of an amateur, who just published his work in the net.
He calls himself (帝国少年) Empire Boy.
it's a moving story of a first love of a girl. It's hard to imagine that this story is told by a man... i can't help noticing the similarity to Senkai's "She and her cat". This very rainy scenery returns you to your barefooted childhood. Everything is so naive, that it won't leave you indifferent to the girl's feelings of being offcast.
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Mar 17, 2013 9:04 PM
Unlike most short anime that I've seen, Ame to Shoujo to Watashi no Tegami (The Rain, the Girl, and my Letter) is more narrative-heavy, with its art being second in priority. It puts an interesting twist on the "love confession in a shoe-locker letter" setup, but its subpar art was distracting, and it was too short to convey anything meaningful. There isn't really any subtle symbolism or greater message, but anyone who's ever felt heartbroken over a rejection will probably relate well to our protagonist, and find appeal in her reaction.

Despite some mediocre drawing, the style in which the environments were crafted were unique, if read more
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Jan 1, 2013 8:57 PM
Teikoku Shounen aka Imperial Boy has a very unique and colourful art style that packs a real punch. He's something of a national treasure in my eyes, because his work is just so darn beautiful! The details can be rich and overwhelming in one moment, and then have an "unfinished" quality in the next, because the draft lines of the animation are still showing. Yet somehow [because it is Imperial Boy] all that managed to do for me was add to its charm.

There is an interesting quality to this anime that felt a bit like being inside of a ticking clock tower. I think read more
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Anime: Fumiko no Kokuhaku
Both are anime shorts about a rejected love confession. 
reportRecommended by XanthReborn
Anime: Byousoku 5 Centimeter
Although Ame to Shoujo is only 'bout 6 minutes, it gave me kind of the same feel as 5 centimeters. They both deal with romance that leaves you feeling sad. They both leave the same message in the end. If you like Ame to Shoujo to Watashi no Tegami, then watch 5 centimeters per Second to really get you crying. 
reportRecommended by Mauru23
Anime: Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko
the same feeling of lonelynes
tasukete kudasai...anybody  
reportRecommended by threecoolfrogs

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