Ranked #1265

Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi

Alternative Titles

English: Sunday Without God
Synonyms: The Sunday Without God, Kami-Nai, Kami-sama no Inai Nichiyoubi
Japanese: 神さまのいない日曜日


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 7, 2013 to Sep 22, 2013
Premiered: Summer 2013
Broadcast: Unknown
Source: Light novel
Genres: Fantasy, Mystery
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.591 (scored by 43,820 users)
Ranked: #12652
Popularity: #398
Members: 95,719
Favorites: 538
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God abandoned the world on Sunday. As a result, nobody in the world can die or reproduce. A little girl, Ai, is the gravekeeper for a village. She has prepared 47 graves for the eventual deaths of every member of the village. Later, a man who identifies himself as "Hampnie Hambart, the 'Man-eating Toy'," which is coincidentally the name that Ai's mother left behind as the name of her father, arrives in the village and slaughters everybody. Just what is going on?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Toyosaki, Aki
Toyosaki, Aki
Hambart, Hampnie
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Namikawa, Daisuke
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Color, Alice
Color, Alice
Uchiyama, Kouki
Uchiyama, Kouki
Stratmitos, Dee Ensy
Stratmitos, Dee Ensy
Kitamura, Eri
Kitamura, Eri


Kumazawa, Yuuji
Kumazawa, Yuuji
Motoyama, Satoshi
Motoyama, Satoshi
Sound Director
Konparu, Tomoko
Konparu, Tomoko
Script, Series Composition
Hooks, Lainee
Hooks, Lainee

More episodes Episodes(12/12)

# Episode Title Aired
1 Valley of Death I
Shi no Tani I (死の谷 I)
Jul 7, 2013
2 Valley of Death II
Shi no Tani II (死の谷 II)
Jul 14, 2013
3 Valley of Death III
Shi no Tani III (死の谷 III)
Jul 21, 2013
4 Ortus I
Ortus I (オルタス I)
Jul 28, 2013
5 Ortus II
Ortus II (オルタス II)
Aug 4, 2013

Opening Theme

"Birth" by Eri Kitamura

Ending Theme

"Owaranai Melody wo Utaidashimashita. (終わらないメロディーを歌いだしました。)" by Mikako Komatsu

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Nov 21, 2015
I just finished it and I think best review is after I finish it /smacked/
I started watching it today and finished it today because it kept going, it was interesting all the way. There wasn't part where I thought of stopping and finishing later. It really kept my attention focused.
At first I thought how the anime will keep going after Ai's father death . I was like " this anime should be just 5 episodes long" I thought that at first. Later on I kept watching and there appeared way more ineteresting action. It's all actually creative and I really enjoyed it.

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Sep 27, 2013
If God suddenly decided to abandon the world, what'd happen to its people? If no one else can be born however, no one else can also die, what'd happen to Earth?
I'll try to keep the review as spoiler-free as possible but if I do post one, it was an accident and I apologise in advance.

Story [8/10]

The plot is actually, in my point of view, really complex. God abandoned earth, in this "new earth", people can no longer be born however, people cannot die as well.
However, before giving in to the world, God left behind "Gravekeepers", gravekeepers are the only ones capable of actually killing, or read more
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Sep 25, 2013
Sunday Without God is definitely the "surprise masterpiece" of the Summer 2013 season. I picked up this anime at the beginning of the season not because I had heard about it a lot previously, but just because the plot synopsis seemed interesting--Very glad I did.

The anime focuses mainly on "Ai," a girl who is attempting to find her path and purpose in life. She lives in a universe where god has abandoned the entire world, which has left some adverse side-effects, naturally. Humans can no longer reproduce, and even if a human dies he is not really dead--He/she still functions as a normal human, read more
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Aug 18, 2013
After reading the latest Kami-no-inai light novel and following the latest anime episodes (no manga read unfortunately), I've got only one thing to say about this.


Gorgeous artwork done in all of the medias of this series, a very different storyline than your average booksale, characters that you would always remember. And god the music, wonderful effects alongside the animation effort done.

Oh wait, God should be gone in this anime (haha).

As somebody very kindly told me about it, I will edit the review and add this


for the first chapter of the anime.

(It is awfully hard not read more
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