Ranked #5403

Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku wo: Youkoso Tsugumi Ryou e

Alternative Titles

Japanese: この青空に約束を― ~ようこそつぐみ寮へ~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 4, 2007 to Jun 27, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Artland
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Harem, Romance, School
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.391 (scored by 3,659 users)
Ranked: #54032
Popularity: #2435
Members: 11,300
Favorites: 13
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Synopsis

One morning, Wataru Hoshino found a sleeping girl—in nothing but her underwear—in his room. When she woke up, she quickly escaped by jumping out of the window, but not without punching Wataru in the face first. This girl, Rinna Sawaki, ends up being a transfer student of Wataru's school, as well as the new roommate of Wataru's dormitory.

Wataru lives with four other girls and their school teacher, but due to Temizugawa Heavy Industry's cancellation of their aviation branch—South Sakojima Island's major company—the families involved with the corporation have to be evacuated in one year. As a result of this, the four girls have to leave the island in one year's time.

Knowing this, Rinna refuses to become friends with Wataru and the other girls, because of the pain that she might experience as a result of their eventual separation; however, Wataru disagrees with her, and over the course of the year, tries to convince her otherwise.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hayama, Umi
Hayama, Umi
Main
Morisawa, Fumi
Japanese
Morisawa, Fumi
Asakura, Naoko
Asakura, Naoko
Main
Orikasa, Ai
Japanese
Orikasa, Ai
Hoshino, Wataru
Hoshino, Wataru
Main
Nakamura, Yuuichi
Japanese
Nakamura, Yuuichi
Nakano, Sayuri
Japanese
Nakano, Sayuri
Rokujou, Miyaho
Rokujou, Miyaho
Main
Nakata, Junko
Japanese
Nakata, Junko

Staff

Andou, Ken
Andou, Ken
Episode Director, Assistant Director
Egami, Kiyoshi
Egami, Kiyoshi
Storyboard
Kawana, Midori
Kawana, Midori
Theme Song Performance
Shikura, Chiyomaru
Shikura, Chiyomaru
Theme Song Composition, Theme Song Lyrics

More episodes Episodes(0/13)

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Opening Theme

"Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku o" by KAORI

Ending Theme

"Aozora no Fantasia" by Ayumi Murata



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Skadi
Sep 19, 2010
I have long held to the view that an anime series, as bad as it may be can’t possibly deserve a rating of 1. Movies and OVA's yes, but a series had to at least be good enough to convince someone to allow it to be aired on television and because they are long enough that usually you can at least find ONE redeeming quality in them. Well sadly I must revise that opinion, as I had not subjected myself yet to Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku wo. That’s not hyperbole either, I mean it when I say "subjected myself", this anime was read more
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Credulous
Feb 18, 2009
This anime is worthless. It has no meaning, it has no worth. Now I am going to take a few minutes to explain why I state these FACTS, but first; why did I watch this anime (well the 3 or 4 episodes I could stand watching). When I've watched an anime that I've found good or moving or in any other way has enriched my life with a bit of entertainment and/or amusement I usually choose to watch an anime that I know I'll enjoy less. You know, just to balance things out a bit.

My choice was this anime, mainly because the person doing screenplay read more
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-Nikku-
Aug 25, 2010
This anime was allright, but if you're looking for an amazing romance/harem type anime then this is not it. It's more like a friendship anime than a romance anime, and in fact this is precisely what it advertises itself as, though the whole one guy, multiple girls thing, made me think otherwise. So I can say this was not my kind of anime, though the music was nice, and it had a warm summery feel. I'd say to round things off, this anime is nothing amazing, but I'd stick it in your plan to watch, and if you have nothing else better to do then read more
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Nasty001
Jun 4, 2011
Ok, so I’ve just completed watching this anime, frankly I think a “Slice of Life” genre should have been added since this anime, I don't know about you guys out there, but I find this anime good, my ratings:

Story: good no.7.

As indicated in MAL’s info, the biggest employer in Minami-sakou Island, Demizugawa Heavy Industries Aviation branch is packing up and most of the island’s residences are moving out as well, the only ones who will remain are the island’s original inhabitants and among them is Wataru and Sae-chan (because she’s a teacher at a local High-School). The main theme is focus on the tenants read more
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Recommendations

Anime: Amagami SS
in both series, each of the female characters has their own story arcs. the arcs for the kono aozora female characters are split into 2 parts while in amagami, there are 4 parts, though unlike kono aozora wherein one arc is a continuation from the previous one, the amagami version is more of a what-if scenario if the protagonist chose that heroine 
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Anime: Love Hina
a guy and a group of girls living in a single dormitory.. plus shinobu maehara and shizu fujimura both ran away from home and moved in a dormitory due to a domestic turmoil. kono aozora is the drama version, and focuses on the male lead's brother-sister relationship to the female leads while love hina is more on comedy 
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Anime: Myself ; Yourself
Both series are dramas about the lives of a group of school friends and the personal problems they have to face. 
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Anime: Lamune
Very similar content...hard to say... just a similar love story 
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Anime: Nagasarete Airantou
both series are set at an island somewhere off japan. the difference though is that the island setting of kono aozora is more urban as opposed to the primitive island in nagasarete  
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Anime: Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate
Similarities:

Both have the same drama, harem and romance genre.

Both muchacho's (male lead) have childhood friends.

Both anime has the same setting where the place that's dear to them are threated for abolition.

Dissimilarities:

One is set in a school club, while the other is set in a dormitory.

One has a extra comedy genre, while the other relies greatly on the drama genre.

In one anime the muchacho (male lead) doesn't have a male best bud, while the other has one.

One have a sad ending while the other.......we'll find out after the anime is  read more 
reportRecommended by Nasty001

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