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Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora

Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora

Alternative Titles

English: Looking Up At The Half-Moon
Synonyms: Hantsuki
Japanese: 半分の月がのぼる空

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 13, 2006 to Feb 24, 2006
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.781 (scored by 28204 users)
Ranked: #8542
Popularity: #643
Members: 50,453
Favorites: 354
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Popular Tags

drama romance

Synopsis

After contracting hepatitis A, Ezaki Yuuichi has been confined to a hospital, away from his friends and family, much to his displeasure. To relieve his boredom, he has taken to sneaking out of the hospital, usually putting himself on the receiving end of a beating from his nurse. Upon meeting a girl his age also staying in the hospital, he is immediately captivated by her beauty. Akiba Rika's personality is not quite as captivating as her beauty however. In fact, she is rather selfish, moody, and bossy. But as the two spend more time with each other, they become closer, sharing the ordinary joys and trials of a budding teenage romance, even when darkened with impending tragedy—for Rika's condition does not leave her much longer to live.

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Related Anime

Adaptation: Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora, Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora

Characters & Voice Actors

Akiba, Rika
Akiba, Rika
Main
Takahashi, Mikako
Japanese
Takahashi, Mikako
Ezaki, Yuuichi
Ezaki, Yuuichi
Main
Suzumura, Kenichi
Japanese
Suzumura, Kenichi
Kakushou, Chikamatsu
Supporting
Kitagawa, Katsuhiro
Japanese
Kitagawa, Katsuhiro
Mizutani, Miyuki
Mizutani, Miyuki
Supporting
Matsuoka, Yuki
Japanese
Matsuoka, Yuki

Staff

Matsushita, Yukihiro
Director, Storyboard
Takeuchi, Nobuyuki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yatabe, Katsuyoshi
Episode Director
Takayama, Katsuhiko
Script, Series Composition



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Dec 20, 2014
AnonyChan
Well I'm new to reviewing, but I'll just wright down my feedback. Short and simple.

Story 8/10 :
I find the story enjoyable and not too cliche. The story had its sad and touching moments. The show is actually a slice-of-life, since the story was made to be realistic, it doesn't have any supernatural stuff in it at all just pure realism. I gave it a 9 probably because the story was short and that I felt like it had more potential for the show to be longer. Anyway, This show does have its moral lessons and well in my point of view the show tells you read more
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May 14, 2013
Shinzo_Hensen
I'm really glad I actually sat down and watched this one fully. It only took a day, but what a day it was worth. I've watched many popular romance animes such as Clannad and Konan and can say nicely that, if it wanted to, this anime could have been on their level IF not greater.
There are a few things holding it back, though, which makes an unsatisfied feeling. I'll fully explain that through this review.

~ WARNING: possible spoilers ~

~ Story 8/10 ~
The story is nice and not over the top. It's realistic which blends well for it's dramatic feeling. Our main character is sick with read more
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May 19, 2008
makushimirian
“Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora” or “Hantsuki”, as I will call it from now on, is yet another drama and romance anime. It’s a really happy and sad anime at the same time, which spans over only 6 episodes. That paradox feeling one gets is quite unique to this series.

Story:
Though Hantsuki is limited to only 6 episodes, its still a wonderful story which leaves no questions open. The story is about a boy, Yuichi, who is hospitalized due to hepatitis over the winter. He’s really just bored having to stay in this hospital the whole time and keeps on trying to escape, thus having read more
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Oct 30, 2007
jet2r0cks
5 WORDS OR LESS REVIEW: BITTERSWEET

The simplest way I could described Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora (or simply HanTsuki) is by saying that it’s bittersweet. I’m sure that the people who have watched this would have a similar opinion.

The reason why it’s so bittersweet for me is that even with the fun, happy comedic moments (a stack of porn and zebra man), I still get the feeling that something will go wrong, and it does happen. Even if it’s like that, I still think it couldn’t have gone in the better way, because if things went the way you wanted it to, wouldn’t that read more
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Recommendations


similar storiy..a drama and romance type..where the girL has an iLLness that cant easily be cured but she accepted that and what awaits her untiL a guy came into his life abd changed her sights and beliefs about life.=p
Both are emotionally powerful hospital romance dramas where the male lead is conflicted with whether or not he can rightfully love a girl facing a major medical condition.
Both deal with tragic events involving romance; Two people that just can't be together, or so, the plot is about how they try to stay together even with their circumstances. Same atmosphere I guess you could say; both bittersweet. If you're sensitive enough, you'll cry with these anime.
Both are short but pretty forward going romance drama animes.

While Hanbun has a very realistic setting with a girl that suffers from an illness, Triya goes more in the sci-fi genre giving us some military aspects and a bit comedy too with a mysterious girl that has mental and physical unstableness.

Also a bit more trivial but both female lead characters have a very similar hair color.
Both Anime are about fulfilling the last wishes of people. Both series also have this sad vibe to them.
both are sweet animes about death. Shinigami no Ballad is about a shinigami choosing whose life to take by watching the human live. Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora is a romantic story about a girl who didnt have much time to live. if you liked any of these 2 animes, then you will surely like the other one.

Opening Theme

"Aoi Koufuku" by Nobuko

Ending Theme

"Kioku no Kakera" by Nobuko

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