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Alternative Titles

English: Double J
Synonyms: Daburu Jei, Yuruani
Japanese: だぶるじぇい


Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 29, 2011 to Sep 14, 2011
Producers: DLE
Duration: 4 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 5.691 (scored by 3261 users)
Ranked: #71182
Popularity: #2595
Members: 7,288
Favorites: 4
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In a school where after school activities are mandatory among all students, Hajime and her friend Sayo come across a new club that they have never seen before. The club is called "The Cultural Activity Preservation Club." The two enter the room to find all kinds of analog jobs and activities, such as handcrafting mats and toothpicks. This is a unique cultural manga mixed with comedy so as not to bore you, this is Double J!

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Adaptation: Double-J

Characters & Voice Actors

Arima, Sayo
Arima, Sayo
Katou, Emiri
Katou, Emiri
Chousokabe, Aya
Chousokabe, Aya
Satou, Kanami
Satou, Kanami
Sassa, Maria
Sassa, Maria
Omigawa, Chiaki
Omigawa, Chiaki
Usami, Hajime
Usami, Hajime
Ohashi, Ayuru
Ohashi, Ayuru


Tani, Azuma
Momoiro Clover Z
Theme Song Performance
Theme Song Lyrics, Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition
Asakura, Maru
Original Character Design

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Oct 18, 2011
It hurts me to see how many people just outright dislike Double-J because it wasn´t what they wanted or were used to.
Double-J, for me, was exactly what I had expected and looked forward to.
Flash animation, atmospheric live-action pan shots and Cromartie-ish nonsense with sometimes not-so-typical High School girls.
The ED is fun, the characters are amusing and I don´t see why you shouldn´t give this a go, with its 22 minutes(minus the OPs and EDs).
This show was my weekly source of peace for 4 minutes and deserves a lot better IMO.
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Sep 23, 2011
What exactly a comedy mini-series about a club that preserves traditional Japanese arts can offer? That's what draws me to watching Double-J.

I have a mix feeling with the story; the first couple of episodes are really funny as it is centered to the main theme of the series - a couple of girls who accidentally discovered this one unique club about preserving traditional arts. What are hilarious about it actually are the arts that the people of the club are trying to preserve and I laughed really hard when the characters together with their very unique arts are introduced one by one. The last read more
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Feb 5, 2012
I will clarify a few things.

I am a TERRIBLE reviewer and I have tried it before with my own hands.
Ever since I improved my English and grammar (Or claimed that I have) I realized looking back at them that just… Wow, how can you call those reviews?
I sounded like some kind of foreigner or caveman talking.
The writing and grammar were so bad that I practically gave myself several face-palms.
I’m freaking American and I can’t even master my own 1st language.
So this is going to be my first PROPER review that has been reviewed with time put into it.


My grammar is still terrible despite fair improvements read more
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Sep 18, 2011
Few anime manage to be funny. The only one I've ever laughed at was DMC, for its slapstick shock value humor, and the Yu-Gi-Oh! movie, because it was 1 am and it really sucked. I didn't expect anything from this anime. I expected it to be bad.

It is. It's worse than I thought.

Let's start with the animation. It's so unbelievably lazy. It's static backgrounds which are just pictures that weren't even drawn, and characters that stick out like sore thumbs in the foreground. I swear to God, there's a part in episode 3 where an old man sits on a bench, but the bench is read more
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Same author, so similar style of humour with the punchline coming at the very end. Both are shorter than normal anime, too (4 or 12 min.)
Both are pretty much the same: both are about highschool girls talking and doing random things, and both are short and school comedies. However, in Morita-san, there is more animation while in Double-J, there is really little animation expect the ED.
absurd humor! nuff said
Both are art clubs which has girls. Personally, I prefer Double-J. But they are really similiar.
Same 4-minutes-long episodes, same funny brainfucking dialogues, same crazy jokes. Drawing styles are also somehow similar. If you enjoyed honto no atta, you'd definitely like double-j.
Same company doing with the same flash anime style.
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Ending Theme

#1: "Wani to Shampoo (ワニとシャンプー)" by Momoiro Clover Z (eps 1-10)
#2: "Kyou no Hi wa Sayounara (今日の日はさようなら)" by Hajime Usami (Ayuru Ohashi), Sayo Arima (Emiri Kato), Aya Chousokabe (Kanami Satou), Maria Sassa (Chiaki Omigawa), Ema Houjou (Ayana Taketatsu), Shizuma Sanada (Ryou Hirohashi), Françoise

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