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Bokura ga Ita

Bokura ga Ita

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Bokuraga Ita, We were there
Japanese: 僕等がいた


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 4, 2006 to Dec 26, 2006
Duration: 25 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.621 (scored by 47654 users)
Ranked: #11682
Popularity: #361
Members: 95,541
Favorites: 1,691
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Nanami Takahashi welcomes the start of her high school life with great expectations of making as many friends as possible. There is much talk among the girls about a popular boy, Motoharu Yano, who has 2/3 of the girls in his middle school liking him. When Nanami asks Yuri Yamamoto, the girl sitting next to her, about Yano, the latter curtly replies that she dislikes him. Nanami is clueless of who Yano is until the day of the class nomination when she made a fool of herself by calling the name of her new friend wrongly. It turns out that she has actually met Yano along the corridors (unaware of his true identity) and he tricked her by providing a random name, resulting in the embarrassing incident in class. Nanami was initially mad at Yano but after a few encounters with him, she begins to find herself liking him.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Yano, Motoharu
Yano, Motoharu
Yazaki, Hiroshi
Yazaki, Hiroshi
Takahashi, Nanami
Takahashi, Nanami
Sasaki, Nozomi
Sasaki, Nozomi
Takeuchi, Masafumi
Takeuchi, Masafumi
Kawakubo, Takuji
Kawakubo, Takuji
Yamamoto, Nana
Yamamoto, Nana


Daichi, Akitarou
Daichi, Akitarou
Director, Storyboard, Theme Song Lyrics
Soutome, Kouichirou
Soutome, Kouichirou
Tanaka, Kazuya
Tanaka, Kazuya
Sound Director
Imaizumi, Kenichi
Imaizumi, Kenichi
Episode Director, Storyboard, Animation Director

More episodes Episodes(0/26)

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Opening Theme

"Kimi Dake wo... (君だけを・・・)" by Mi

Ending Theme

#1: "Aishiteru" by Mi (eps 1,8,10)
#2: "Koko ni ite" by Kaori Asou (eps 2,5,24)
#3: "Sunset" by Mi (eps 3,18)
#4: "Suki dakara" by Izumi Katou (eps 4,6)
#5: "Futari no Kisetsu ga" by Nozomi Sasaki (eps 7,9,11,13)
#6: "Utsukushisugite" by Izumi Katou (ep 12)
#7: "Kimi ga iru" by Izumi Katou (ep 14)
#8: "Merry Go Round" by Nozomi Sasaki (eps 15,16,19,22)
#9: "Kotoba" by Izumi Katou (eps 17,20,21,23,25,26)

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Nov 6, 2010 5:27 AM
My review will be different. I might save you some time:

The first half of the show (up through episode 12) was simply wonderful, hovering between 8/10 and 9/10 for me. I don't even mind what happened on episode 12 — I thought they were both right and both acted right.


Between episode 13 and the end, it kept drawing out, and out... and out. It became a true shoujo soap drama where one character picks on the tiniest little things and makes the relationship unnecessarily difficult, while the other character can't get away from the past. It was slow and tiresome. read more
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Jan 10, 2007 5:48 PM
Bokura ga Ita is an anime for romance and drama lovers. I, personally love the genre so I enjoyed BgI to its fullest (mind you, not as much as something like Kanon), however, BgI really leaves you with overwhelming emotions.

The story revolves around Takahashi Nanami and Motoharu Yano, two high schoolers who unexpectedly fall in love. As the series moves on, we get to see the ups and downs of their relationship that eventually climaxes when both of them must truly mature or move on - the choice being particularly difficult for Takahashi. Throughout the story, the viewer is introduced to various problems every read more
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Mar 20, 2007 2:41 PM
Let me try my best to make this review short and to the point.

First, Bokura ga Ita is drama. Drama, drama, drama. If you don't want to watch a couple go over countless drama scenarios over and over and over, then don't bother with this show.

Second, and this might be a slight spoiler, but if you like one of the male leads more than the other, this will make or break the series for you. The male lead that I liked a lot didn't win out in the end, so naturally, I'm a little bitter (okay, more than a little).

Third, don't expect real read more
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Nov 1, 2007 6:17 PM
A girl falls in love with a popular guy through which the guy falls in love with her as well and then they started going out. Then things start to take a turn for the worse as the girl begins to question the guy's past which shakes their relationship. A story of love, heartaches, sercrets, dreams, etc. This is a show which couples can relate..or even those who still couldn't find'll know the hardships of being in a relationship as well as the things that make it so wonderful. The series also has a bit of slapstick comedy to lighten up the mood. read more
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