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D.C.III: Da Capo III

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Da Capo 3
Japanese: D.C.III ~ダ・カーポIII~


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 5, 2013 to Mar 30, 2013
Premiered: Winter 2013
Broadcast: Unknown
Source: Visual novel
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


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Ranked: #38782
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On the island of Hatsunejima, where spring is eternal, grows a particular large cherry blossom tree. This cherry blossom tree never withers, and is said to be able to fulfill any wish.

However, one day, this tree had become a normal cherry blossom tree...


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Characters & Voice Actors

Morizono, Rikka
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Nitta, Emi
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Yoshino, Charles
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Miyazaki, Ui
Miyazaki, Ui
Rukawa, Sara
Rukawa, Sara
Ousaki, Chiyo
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Hinomoto, Aoi
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Kaiho, Erika
Kaiho, Erika


Ishikura, Kenichi
Ishikura, Kenichi
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Series Composition
Ishigura, Kenichi
Ishigura, Kenichi
Director, Series Composition
Aketagawa, Jin
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director
Nakano, Hideaki
Nakano, Hideaki
Episode Director

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Opening Theme

"Sakura Happy Innovation (サクラハッピーイノベーション)" by Rikka Morizono (Emi Nitta), Charles Yoshino (Ui Miyazaki), Himeno Katsuragi (Mikoi Sasaki), Sara Rukawa (Chiyo Ousaki), Aoi Hinomoto (Erika Kaiho)

Ending Theme

#1: "Aitai yo (会いたいよ)" by yozuca* (eps 1, 9-13)
#2: "Meguru (メグル)" by CooRie (eps 2-5, 7-8)
#3: "REFLECTION" by Emi Nitta (ep 6)

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Nov 4, 2015
Many have critiqued the Da Capo series of past, but I've always defended it as a series with merit. With the latest Da Capo, however, I'm not so sure I can continue to do so. I truly thought Da Capo was done with Da Capo 2SS, but true to the title, it's back once again. However, this time there is no pretense for drama or character development, the franchise has officially gone for the full harem approach, and the fan-service heavy type at that.

I'll try not to make this too much of a tirade, but what once was a mastery of character depth and atmospheric read more
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Feb 22, 2013
While the original Da Capo and Da Capo II are perfectly fine and if not considered a classic of the harem series. Da Capo III fails to deliver any of that. The original series had interesting characters and managed to squeeze in character development, then further suck us into this world that also happens to contain the existence of magic. From the very start the main character is already actively pursued by the heroines in the story with no reason why or how it happened. The episodes that followed rather than stretching each character and their development throughout the series they read more
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Apr 3, 2013
In all honesty, the anime ended and I was confused. The story didn't really go anywhere, and there was hardly any character development, if any at all. I've been a fan of Da Capo as well as Da Capo II and had some decent expectations from Da Capo III. I wouldn't say my expectations were too high, considering I was very much turned off from episode 1.

Story: 3/10
As I stated before, the story really didn't progress until very late into this series. There really wasn't much development as a Da Capo series, and I personally was disappointed. For those who haven't watched and were hoping read more
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Apr 1, 2013
It's Spring time!

Yes, it's the days when the sakura trees blossoms and we can feel the breeze to our ears. However, for a certain place known as the Hatsune-jima island, it gives off that feeling of Spring years round. It's a mysterious island and there are many mysteries. One thing is for certain though, the island holds one of greatest secrets involving a Sakura Tree which apparently has the ability to make wishes to come true. With this in mind, the series invites questions to the many mysteries that surrounds the origins of Da Capo III.

Da Capo III is the third installation of the read more
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Anime: Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai

some of the girls are into the main character
both of them have some small clubroom and same type of member
good art that you can enjoy

one of them is dealing in past and one of them is dealing in future. 
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