Ranked #1530
Hanamaru Youchien

Hanamaru Youchien

Alternative Titles

English: Hanamaru Kindergarten
Japanese: はなまる幼稚園

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2010 to Mar 28, 2010
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.491 (scored by 15824 users)
Ranked: #15302
Popularity: #1206
Members: 31,179
Favorites: 111
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Synopsis

Anzu goes to a kindergarten with her friends, the shy Koume and the eccentric Hiiragi. Together they try to attract attention from their caretaker Tsuchida. However, he is clearly more interested in the pretty Yamamoto who supervises the class next door.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hiiragi
Hiiragi
Main
Takagaki, Ayahi
Japanese
Takagaki, Ayahi
Anzu
Anzu
Main
Shindou, Kei
Japanese
Shindou, Kei
Koume
Koume
Main
Mako
Japanese
Mako
Yamamoto, Nanako
Yamamoto, Nanako
Main
Hazuki, Erino
Japanese
Hazuki, Erino

Staff

Takeda, Yasuhiro
Takeda, Yasuhiro
Producer
Mizushima, Seiji
Mizushima, Seiji
Director
Motoyama, Satoshi
Motoyama, Satoshi
Sound Director
Itagaki, Shin
Itagaki, Shin
Episode Director, Storyboard

More episodes Episodes(0/12)

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Opening Theme

"Aozora Triangle (青空トライアングル)" by Shindou Kei, Takagaki Ayahi, and MAKO

Ending Theme

#01: "Egao Narebete (笑顔ならべて)" by Kei Shindou, Ayahi Takagaki and MAKO
#02: "Kigurumi Wakusei (キグルミ惑星)" by Ayahi Takagaki
#03: "Kusa no Yubiwa Hana no Kanmuri (草の指輪 花の冠)" by Erino Hazuki
#04: "Hatsudou!! Love Beam☆ (発動!!らぶビーム☆)" by Kei Shindou
#05: "Ano ne Kiite ne (あのねきいてね)" by MAKO
#06: "Heart no Housoku (ハートの法則)" by Shion Hirota
#07: "Kuro Neko no Jazz (黒ネコのジャズ)" by Satoshi Hino and Shion Hirota
#08: "Nadeshiko Romance (撫子ロマンス)" by Mariya Ise
#09: "Kokutou Drop (黒糖ドロップ)" by Erino Hazuki and Chiwa Saito
#10: "Boku no Wasuremono (僕の忘れもの)" by Satoshi Hino
#11: "Yes, We Can!!" by Kaoru Mizuhara and Naomi Wakabayashi
#12: "Sekai de Ichiban (せかいでいちばん)" by Kei Shindou and Yoko Honna
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Bluesnow
Jan 19, 2010 5:44 PM
Let me start off by saying this is a cute and innocent anime. Despite having a similar premise, this series is nothing like the Pedobear anime Kodomo Jikan. I don't generally do early season reviews, but since the only other review gave it a 1/10 I think a less bias grade is necessary.

Plot: The story revolves around a male kindergarten teacher's first class ever. He is shocked to see the job is a little harder than he thought it would be... especially since one of the little girls wants to marry him. So far (as of episode 2) the episodes have centered around the read more
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DoomTheWiseWolf
May 1, 2013 12:04 PM
"You're hitting on me!"

I facepalmed. Onto my desk. With full force. That is the last thing you'd expect to hear in a show about kindergarteners. But Hanamaru Kindergarten is full of comments and moments where you stop and think to yourself, "What are the children of humanity learning these days...?". At least, that's what I was thinking the entire time.

Anyways, Hanamaru Kindergarten is a sickeningly sweet anime that I just happened to find on Crunchyroll one day, and decided to watch it, thinking that it was about time I stopped watching action related shows for a while. So I watched the first episode. In read more
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Kaimweir
Mar 29, 2010 7:22 AM
Gainax’s most recent production seems to have been greeted with either one of three responses. The first is that of simple pleasure found in watching an anime that has well-structured episodes and that make good use of humor. This is the view I have adopted, as each sub-episode contained within an episode is well planned and carries subtle undertones of moral conventions contrasted with and against accepted social attitudes.

The anime itself is a set of twelve episodes, each containing two sub-episodes, that are loosely tied together through a plot-line based on the unrequited feelings of romance a kinder garden student, Anzu, has towards read more
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Splitter
Mar 28, 2010 9:05 PM
Somehow, I feel as though Hanamaru Kindergarten is a giant lesson in hypocrisy. So many people have preached that it's all about being cute and fluffy. Loli not pedo, that kind of stuff, but is it really? The focus of the grand majority of the series is about Anzu in love with Tsuchida and Tsuchida in love with Yamamoto. While I reasoned Anzu's attraction to Tsuchida was nothing but an innocent crush, her tenacity and attitude as the series progressed genuinely began to frighten me to the point where brushing this off as an innocent childhood experience was no longer an option. Anzu really loves read more
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Recommendations

Anime: Mitsudomoe
they are both about kids and their teacher..Hanamaru is light-hearted and cute while Mitsudomoe has scary(in a funny way) and older characters and consists of mostly sex-jokes...if you watch Hanamaru and want a cute show then I don't recommend it... 
reportRecommended by HRisa
Anime: Kodomo no Jikan (TV)
They are both about a group of lil girls getting into crazy adventures. Hanamaru Kindergarten is less perverted while Kodomo no Jikan thrives on being perverted. Besides that, the main girl is in love with the male teacher in both of the series. Hilarity ensues. 
reportRecommended by JusticeGundam
Anime: Ichigo Mashimaro
Both series give off similiar vibe, have same type of humour and similiar setting. 
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Anime: Acchi Kocchi (TV)
The character Koume is Hime
Both shows have a love interest that is oblivious to their advances.
Both animes are cute and both of the main characters are kind and wear glasses.

The difference being that Hanamaru Youchien is set in a kindergarten and Acchi Kochhi is set in a school
 
reportRecommended by libraryaddict
Anime: Potemayo
The main characters look very similar, cute&moe 
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Anime: Aishiteruze Baby★★
They are both about cute little girls~ and guys who are unaccustomed to dealing with small children.  
reportRecommended by Bluesnow

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