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Kyousou Giga (TV)

Kyousou Giga (TV)

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kyousougiga (TV), Kyousogiga (TV)
Japanese: 京騒戯画

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 10, 2013 to Dec 19, 2013
Producers: Toei Animation
Duration: 25 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 8.001 (scored by 16612 users)
Ranked: #5302
Popularity: #852
Members: 43,449
Favorites: 549
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Synopsis

Hidden within Kyoto is the "mirror capital" where youkai and humans live together and no one ever dies. It is protected by three people—Kurama, Yase, and Myoue—as they await the return of their parents, Myoue Jonin and Koto. One day, a young girl named Koto (same name, different spelling) and her little brothers A and Un wander into the city from a different dimension looking for her mother. A mecha-geek with red eyes, it's not immediately clear whether she's human or youkai. Her arrival upsets the long peace that had ruled the city.

(Source: ANN)

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Related Anime

Other: Kyousou Giga (2012)
Summary: Kyousou Giga (TV) Recaps

Characters & Voice Actors

Koto
Koto
Main
Kugimiya, Rie
Japanese
Kugimiya, Rie
Myoue
Myoue
Main
Suzumura, Kenichi
Japanese
Suzumura, Kenichi
Koto
Koto
Supporting
Hisakawa, Aya
Japanese
Hisakawa, Aya
Inari
Inari
Supporting
Ishida, Akira
Japanese
Ishida, Akira

Staff

Matsumoto, Rie
Matsumoto, Rie
Director, Series Composition
Maruo, Miho
Maruo, Miho
Script
Tamurapan
Tamurapan
Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Composition, Theme Song Lyrics
Hashimoto, Takashi
Hashimoto, Takashi
Key Animation

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Episodes  0 / 10
Aired  Oct 10, 2013 to Dec 19, 2013
Status  Finished Airing
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Jan 2, 2014 4:14 PM
Stellio
A journey into Kyousou Giga is an experience like no other. It is perhaps, out of all things, most analogous to wandering in a circus, stumbling upon the Hall of Mirrors, and coming back having witnessed a sensational light show. In other words, Kyousou Giga is a show that stands out for its use of exuberant visuals; it displays a charm that is unique and impressive.

However, looks can often be deceiving, and thankfully, this is not the case for Kyousou Giga. Admittedly, the beginning seems bizarre; lots of random, unrelated events occur spontaneously. Nonetheless, a darker narrative, which Kyousou Giga skillfully weaves with read more
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May 8, 11:06 AM
Ikkriss
Magic, for me the only Word for this work of art. Kyousou Giga is certainly a great story, where they can reach 30.000 things happen per second and even so have a core where everything stays attached. The story is very good, with much fantasy and imagination in the middle where there will always be a great plot. The development of this series very well assembled. Where things at the beginning is leaked will have no sense and not means, but to the next chapter to explain it and you will realize that which did not have any sense is perfectly synchronized and will be read more
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Feb 14, 2:50 PM
Vinnocence
I'll just say this first thing.
This is the second time I have watched the anime, and I am not one to do repeats of things. Let's get right to it then.

You need to appreciate that not everything can ever be explained to you, or simply, just won't. There is nothing wrong with trying to find answers, but things either just can't be explained, or more in this anime case won't be explained. You also just sometimes need to let go and... Listen...

However, to the credit of the anime, the things that are not explained in enough detail are the, let's say side parts of the read more
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Jul 14, 2014 9:04 PM
pakoko
Kyousougiga is like a book you randomly stumble upon that you end up reading until you finish it in one-go. Amidst the wide array of classics, bestsellers, and other popular books, Kyousougiga as a book would stand out quietly, waiting to be discovered. And for those who do eventually discover it, Kyousougiga rewards them with a refreshingly original and beautifully heartwarming story.

One peaceful night, a tomboyish girl named Koto accidentally crashes down into the “mirror capital” named Kyoto while chasing a magical black rabbit. In this weird city that models itself after the old medieval Kyoto, Koto discovers her three long-lost siblings that have read more
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Kyousougiga has more action than Mawaru but these animes share several similarities:
- Unique sceneries and colorful animation trace an intricate plot that starts as utterly confusing, until the end where explanations finally arrive and the riddles are solved.
- Both are plots filled with symbolism, rabbits, a fruit that connects two people and Alice in Wonderland references.
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Opening Theme

"Koko (ココ)" by Tamurapan (たむらぱん)

Ending Theme

"Shissou Ginga (疾走銀河)" by TEPPAN

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