English: The Magic of Chocolate
Synonyms: Chocolate no Mahou, Shokora no Mahou
Mar 3, 2011 to Jan 19, 2013
14 min. per ep.
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisThe "bittersweet, mysterious story" revolves around Chocolat Aikawa, a chocolatière who runs a shop called Chocolat Noir. She can grant wishes to the troubled people who visit her shop—if they give her something precious in exchange.
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Ending Theme#1: "The Labyrinth ~Chocolat no Mahou~ (The Labyrinth ~ショコラの魔法)" by Rina Isaku (伊作梨南) (eps 3-9)
#2:" Crime and bitter" by Saki Oshitani (押谷沙樹) (eps 10-)
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Is an OVA and is currently being published, Im doing this short review on the 2 episodes I've watched. I find it very intresting because of the mystic and how the story draws my attention. Aikawa Shokora is a really pretty, intresting and mysterious girl. She seems to make magical chocolates making whishes being fulfilled but in exchange of the most precious thing to you. She owns and lives in a shop named Chocolate Noir in a forest and when people gets troubled they'll sometimes end up there. If lucky. The 2 episodes I've seen was great and was about a girl having problems involving piano and a cruel girl being jealous of her. The sound was amazing and clear, i also liked the music.
Story gets an: 8. Because it draws my attention and it was interesting, worth watching. It's just an OVA but I liked it ;D.
Art gets a: 8. I love the art, it's bright and filled with colours. I also like how they're drawn.
Sound gets a: 9. The sound was unusually amazing and clear. Really nice!.
Character gets a: 7. Since i've just seen 2 episodes I don't know so much about them BUT so far they're good :]
Enjoyment gets a: 9. I enjoyed watching this and it gave me a mysterious feeling to the anime/OVA. This is something I find to my interest and liking.
Overall I give this a 9! :D I'm already longing for new episodes and i'm waiting for the manga release which looks just as interesting as the anime!. I recommend this!. And when the manga is released, please help and support the authors work, the odds of new volumes of the manga, or a new episode of the anime gets much bigger. You might not like it as much as I do, but i suggest you give it a chance!. I hope you find this at least a bit helpfull! It's my first review ;]
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-both main characters wear lolita fashion
-both anime are supposed to be mysterious
Both featuresimilar character designs, have basically the same mysterious-beautiful-wish-granting-main character, the episodes are mostly One-Shots - even though both decided to add story-elements for their charcters later in the series - and there are some storys both shows did. Also both deal with the idea of wishes and vengeance of teens, even though Jigoku Shoujo focuses more on consequences of actions whereas Chocolat looks more at intentions. Both are rather black and white with their morals.
-Both involve somebody granting any wish the person's desire with exchange of something equivalent.
-Both wishes they make comes twisted
-Both bitter anime
At the first time I get hold on its manga version,I realised that the protagonist Aikawa Shokora have a great similarities with one of the character in Umineko, Bernkastel.
They have similar hair style,cat and personality.So,I would recommend Umineko :D
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