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Mikakunin de Shinkoukei

Alternative Titles

English: Engaged to the Unidentified
Japanese: 未確認で進行形


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2014 to Mar 27, 2014
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.651 (scored by 46,688 users)
Ranked: #10982
Popularity: #413
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Kobeni Yonomori is a high school girl who lives with her mother and older sister Benio. Upon turning sixteen, Kobeni is shocked to learn that, due to an arrangement by her late grandfather, she is engaged to a boy named Hakuya Mitsumine who, along with his little sister Mashiro, come to live with Kobeni. As Kobeni spends time adjusting to this new family, she learns there is more to Hakuya and Mashiro than meets the eye.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Mitsumine, Mashiro
Mitsumine, Mashiro
Yoshida, Yuri
Yoshida, Yuri
Yonomori, Kobeni
Yonomori, Kobeni
Terui, Haruka
Terui, Haruka
Yonomori, Benio
Yonomori, Benio
Matsui, Eriko
Matsui, Eriko
Mitsumine, Hakuya
Mitsumine, Hakuya
Hatano, Wataru
Hatano, Wataru


Fujiwara, Yoshiyuki
Fujiwara, Yoshiyuki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Key Animation
Yoshida, Yuri
Yoshida, Yuri
Theme Song Performance
Terui, Haruka
Terui, Haruka
Theme Song Performance, Inserted Song Performance
Matsui, Eriko
Matsui, Eriko
Theme Song Performance

More episodes Episodes(0/12)

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Opening Theme

"Tomadoi→Recipe (とまどい→レシピ)" by Mikakuning! (みかくにんぐッ!) (eps 2-4, 6-12)

Ending Theme

#1: "Tomadoi→Recipe (とまどい→レシピ)" by Mikakuning! (みかくにんぐッ!) (ep 1)
#2: "Masshiro World (まっしろわーるど)" by Mikakuning! (みかくにんぐッ!) (eps 2-11)
#3: "16-sai tte iu no wa Tokubetsu na Kanji da (16歳っていうのは特別な感じだ)" by Jun Ichikawa (ep 12)

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Apr 11, 2014 5:24 PM

"Dust in her eye? I'm gonna kill it!" - Hakuya Mitsumine.

Over the last few years, Rom-coms have become stale; the violent tsundere, a harem, the childhood friend, unrequited love, all of the shows seem to have these itsy-bitsy things. As such, the comedy becomes stale, they become increasingly dull to watch and you automatically know what is going to come next.

But not with Mikakunin de Shinkoukei.
I repeat, you will not be able to predict what will be coming next in this little anime.

Mikakunin de shinkoukei is REALLY unpredictable. It drops the bomb on huge things like it's no big deal and makes a big deal read more
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Mar 27, 2014 9:54 AM
Engaged to the Unidentified generated very little hype coming into its season, being an adaptation of a relatively unheard of manga. So how exactly did it catch my attention when one glance of the line-up for the season had other shows I could of better invest my time with? Was it the cover image of three adorable looking girls in seifuku which called to me? Possibly... Actually, that was most definitely the case. C'mon, let's be honest; what other reason could there be and please don't tell me the synopsis had you brimming with optimism. I'm willing to give anything a chance as long as read more
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Apr 29, 2014 6:48 PM
It seems that ‘16’ is a magic number for most girls, as in a special moment where something must happen that makes their Birthday to be unforgettable. Most times anyways, it’s just any normal day for people. But in this show, that’s not exactly the case when Kobeni Yonomori finds out that she is to be engaged with her arranged fiance Hakuya Mitsumine. As a little bonus, Hakuya also brings his younger sister Mashiro to spice up the family.

The concept no doubt comes firsthand as being cliché. We have the golden trio of the show that plays on the norms of the normal, popular, read more
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Mar 27, 2014 4:41 AM
This is, perhaps, the first slice of life anime series to finish in this winter season. And Dogakobo had, yet again, brought out another good anime for us to watch.

When I watched the first episode of Mikakunin de Shinkoukei, I thought that it would have a great story and I felt that it would be the best romcom anime for the season. But unfortunately, I wasn’t finding that expectation I wanted. Here’s why.

The story revolved around the Yonomori sisters, Kobeni and Benio, and the Mitsumine siblings, Hakuya and Mashiro. Akane, who is the Yonomori sisters’ mom, announced that Kobeni was somewhat engaged to Hakuya by read more
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In both shows, you can find:
- A girl with red hair as lead character, both of whom are very attractive to look at (though with almost entirely opposite builds – Chiyo is small in both regular size and boob size, while Kobeni is taller and quite well-endowed)
- A somewhat atypical, even unusual teenage romance (between either the leads or the side characters), the extent of which becomes more clear as the show progresses
- A somewhat stoic, even dense male lead (which is mostly played for comedy in either show)
- Interesting, funny, even quirky side characters.

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The art is totally the same, vibrant colors, and white shadings on the edges of everything... There are lots of comedy in both anime, as well as hilarious misunderstandings and also bits or romance.. Also, both anime share a secret that is the reason for the somewhat awkward behavior of one of the main characters.
I highly recommend both of them, if you are a fan of comedy/drama ^^  
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Love takes on an innocent style. For both Aichi Kocchi and Mikakunin de Shinkoukei, it follows group of friends at school and home as they live life at fullest. Within the centerpiece of their stories involve the concept of love, a concept that becomes complicated through each episode.

There is a lighthearted background with humorous dialogues between the characters. They also follow more of a slice of life format as opposed to a linear story. 
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