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Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi

Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi

Alternative Titles

English: A Bridge to the Starry Skies
Japanese: 星空へ架かる橋


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 11, 2011 to Jun 27, 2011
Duration: 25 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.121 (scored by 33474 users)
Ranked: #28102
Popularity: #599
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Kazuma has moved to a small town in the country. On his first day at school, he meets Ui when he is lost his way. They go to school together, but Kazuma accidentally slips and kisses Ui.... To make matters worse, Ibuki, Ui's close friend, sees it.... Well, what will happen to his new school life...?

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Related Anime

Adaptation: Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi
Other: Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi OVA

Characters & Voice Actors

Hinata, Ibuki
Hinata, Ibuki
Aoba, Ringo
Aoba, Ringo
Hoshino, Kazuma
Hoshino, Kazuma
Asanuma, Shintaro
Asanuma, Shintaro
Koumoto, Madoka
Koumoto, Madoka
Shimizu, Ai
Shimizu, Ai
Nakatsugawa, Ui
Nakatsugawa, Ui
Nakamura, Eriko
Nakamura, Eriko


Mihara, Takenori
Iwasaki, Tarou
Episode Director, Storyboard
Ozeki, Masayuki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Zappa, Gou
Script, Series Composition

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Jun 22, 2011
T'Was my first impression on this anime but fortunately it has none of that.
Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi or in English, A Bridge to the Starry Skies, or in the French, Un pont vers le ciel étoilé (everything sound sexier in French) is based on a visual novel made by Feng whom I'm not familiar with any other works. (Known for making the visual novel Akane Iro, which was then adapted into an anime, that was a disaster) Having finished this galge using a lousy translator program that killed every emotional scene that the eroge had to offer (Yes, you know I'm talking about you read more
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Oct 1, 2013
Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi is an anime based off the visual novel of the same name. I haven't played that visual novel, more specifically I don't play visual novels at all, so I cannot comment on the coherence of the adaptation. Instead, I am going to analyze and critique this anime as a standalone work.

Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi tells the story of two brothers who are in the process of moving homes. As they're looking for a place to stay, the older brother (Kazuma) gets lost in a forest. He meets a girl, and of course, he ends up "accidentally" kissing her. This is the read more
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Sep 7, 2011
This is a really cute romance show that I will probably want to re-watch again in a year or two (that way I forget the details).

The story evolves around a boy named Kazuma who once visited this small town and now, 10 years later, has to live there, but the only memories he has of this small town was his short time that was spent playing with a girl. On his arrival to the town, his little brothers hat gets stolen by a forest monkey and Kazuma then chases it far into the forest. Finally, getting the hat he stumbles upon a girl name Ui, read more
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Aug 29, 2011
Story: Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi, or A Bridge to the Starry Skies, is another harem story about Kazuma Hoshino moving out to the countryside because his younger brother Ayumu has a certain health problem. Now upon arrival they sort of get lost and Kazuma somehow accidentally kiss Ui when he slips and fell on her. Kind of the typical harem thing anyways, and his life in the small town of Yambiko soon starts as he makes friends and help out the other girls. Another typical thing in a harem genre anime. However the story does have a sort of romance to it and with read more
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Similarty checklist:

Both has the same school, harem and romance genre, with a little bit ecchi, checked.

Both main male charaters have a dude who serves as their bro, checked.

Both male lead have met the female lead prior to being their classmate in school, checked.

Both also features a high school senior who is frendly with the male lead, checked.

Both male leads were living with their sibling, checked.

Both male lead begun their school year with a rocky start, checked.

Disimilarty checklist:

In HKH the main bitch is the female lead's friend, while in MS the female lead is the bitch, checked.

The sibling in MS is a girl who is part of the male lead's harem, while in HKH the male lead's sibling is a boy, checked.

Though, the male lead in HKH is living with his sibling, they also have a guardian looking after them, while in MS both male lead and his sister are living alone, but they were on the same year level and both attend the same school, checked.

-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that doesn't diverge from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact)
They are pretty much the same buuut in Yosuga no Sora, Haru(the male lead) has a sister who happens to be a delicious loli, and a loooot of fan service nearly falling into porn, while in Hoshizora the main guy has a shota(loli boy?) oni-chan, and a lot of shota fanservice -__-...
The way these two shows start off with kissing the female lead due to tripping/misunderstanding is completely identical
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Both have comedy, drama, school and harem genres.

Both involves the muchachos (male leads) having to deal with the different personalities of each members of his harem.

Both members of the harem has feelings for the muchachos.

Both muchachos also have someone in his harem which he would not wanna mess with.

Both muchahos are kind hearten gringos.

both muchachos has a dude whom he's friends with.

And, both muchachos always gets into awkward situations involving their harem.


In HKH, the muchacho there had a first kiss with the first chica he meets (accidentally of course), while in TH2, the muchacho has not had any kiss with any members of his harem.

In HKH, the muchacho has moved from the city into the country side co'z of his sickly nino hermano, while the muchacho in TH2 remains in the city.

The muchacho in HKH lives with his father's known associated (together with his brother) while in TH2 the muchacho completely lives alone, with a couple of androids in later episodes.

Both male harem leads have a purple haired girl with androphobia in their harems.
That's something you don't see everyday...

Opening Theme

"Hoshikaze no Horoscope (星風のホロスコープ)" by Nomico

Ending Theme

#1: "Dasshu do Cinderella (だっしゅどシンデレラ)" by Eriko Nakamura and Ai Shimizu (eps 1-9, 11)
#2: "Water Lily" by Ai Shimizu (ep 10)
#3: "Hoshikaze no Horoscope (星風のホロスコープ)" by Eriko Nakamura, Ringo Aoba & Ai Shimizu (Ep 12)

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