Ranked #4293

To Heart

Alternative Titles

Japanese: トゥハート


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 1999 to Jun 25, 1999
Premiered: Spring 1999
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: KSS
Licensors: Right Stuf
Source: Visual novel
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 6.731 (scored by 6,324 users)
Ranked: #42932
Popularity: #2043
Members: 15,535
Favorites: 38
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For as long as Akari can remember, she and Hiroyuki have always been friends. But with time, everything changes, and her feelings have turned into something more. As a new semester of high school begins, will the two childhood friends come closer together or drift further apart? Join Hiroyuki, Akari and all their friends—the bubbly Shiho, the quiet Serika, the lovely Kotone, and more—in this heartwarming tale of love, relationships and friendship!

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kamigishi, Akari
Kamigishi, Akari
Kawasumi, Ayako
Kawasumi, Ayako
Fujita, Hiroyuki
Fujita, Hiroyuki
Ichijo, Kazuya
Ichijo, Kazuya
Nagaoka, Shiho
Nagaoka, Shiho
Higuchi, Chieko
Higuchi, Chieko
HMX-12, Multi
HMX-12, Multi
Horie, Yui
Horie, Yui


Takahashi, Naohito
Takahashi, Naohito
Director, Storyboard
Watanabe, Jun
Watanabe, Jun
Sound Director
Iwasaki, Yoshiaki
Iwasaki, Yoshiaki
Kawasumi, Ayako
Kawasumi, Ayako
Theme Song Performance

More episodes Episodes(0/13)

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Opening Theme

Feeling Heart by Masami Nakatsukasa

Ending Theme

Yell by Kawasumi Ayako

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May 7, 2008
Nice. That's what this show is. Not thrilling or dramatic or bad, just.... nice.

I first found out about To Heart when I watched Comic Party, and I thought I'd give it a whirl. Unfortunately I watched To Heart 2 first so I wasn't expecting much when I eventually got around to watching this.

That said, I was pleasantly surprised at how different the atmosphere between the two shows actually is. Where the sequel feels quite forced, To Heart is far more natural in the way it progresses. The stories aren't that different between the two, and indeed the theme (harem highschool romance), is generally quite common read more
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Dec 23, 2008
It’s funny, when I first started "To Heart" I thought I was going to be in for another harem title, but to my surprise it was nothing like that. This school life anime is probably one of the more layed back and relaxing ones out there!

The main chunk of the story will be Hiro (main male lead) interacting with the female students. Now I know this may sound like a "harem" plot, it isn’t at all though. Whenever he meets one of them that needs help, instead of having a romantic view of them (you know, the whole damsel in distress thing?) he simply helps read more
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Dec 24, 2010
Ah, the harem genre.

One lovable loser who through some bizarre circumstances ends up surrounded by a group of gorgeous women who all proceed to fall in love with him somehow; and then our protagonist must make the difficult choice of picking the one female cast member to call his own.

While it was always a stupid and sexist premise, it proved to be a very popular format (for an almost entirely male audience). And so, many titles made use of the formula with little to no variation. While these titles lacked creativity, they were still profitable and that allowed the same basic story to be read more
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Feb 6, 2015
Ok, let's look at the genre tags on this one...

"Comedy"? No, not a single funny event in the whole series.
"Drama"? No, no, no. Not even a story.
"Game"? Probably. It would explain a lot.
"Harem"? Not really. More like an episodic "girl of the week" show, with very little coherence.
"Romance"? Not according to my experiences regarding the term.
"School life"? Check!

All in all, this was a waste of time. I was expecting a romantic comedy but all I got was a slow paced and futile "we are gonna throw as many wierd and shallow girls at you as possible" show.

Ok, some episodes actually read more
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Both series deal with the strong bond between childhood friends who ultimately fall in love. Also, both are episodic in nature, and both are very calm, relaxing animes (there's very little in the way of angst or drama in either of these).

If you enjoyed one then you should enjoy the other. 
reportRecommended by Archaeon
Anime: Aria The Animation
Both shows are epsiodic in nature, and both have a nice relaxed feel to them.

Oh, and both shows have a female lead called Akari :) 
reportRecommended by Archaeon
Anime: Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou
Both series contain the romance theme hence may appealing to the shoujo demographic.

There is humor, interesting characters, and has a similar style that gives off a nostalgic feeling of the old school atmosphere. Both series also takes place at a school setting with other characters involved with the typical gags and drama. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Anime: Kujibiki♥Unbalance
both are very cute and a good romace/comedy. 
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Anime: Binchou-tan
If you like this show about pretty much nothing, than you might like this other show about pretty much nothing. 
reportRecommended by Tanin
Anime: Piano
Both are "Slice of Life" shows, that are slow paced, have very little plot, a bit of drama (and very small hints at romance), both involve a group of friends and their relationship with the lead character (Piano Main Character: Miu Nomura ||| To Heart Main Character: Hiroyuki Fujita). Both shows lack action, and have a very limited use of humur. Both shows have a bunch of interesting characters (that don't do anything interesting the entire series), and both shows can be considered "coming of age stories". Also both To Heart and Piano are realistic (well To Heart has some non-realsitic parts). However both shows  read more 
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