Japanese: ヨスガノソラ In solitude, where we are least alone.
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2010 to Dec 20, 2010
25 min. per episode
R+ - Mild Nudity
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SynopsisHaruka Kasugano and his twin sister Sora have lost both their parents in an accident, and with them all their support. They decide to move out of the city to the rural town where they once spent summers with their late grandfather. At first everything seems familiar and peaceful, but changes come as Haruka starts to remember things from his youth.
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What is right and wrong? Who decides this anyway? When the time comes, will you do things based on what you think is right, or what other people say is?
When I first started watching this, it was some form of a "guilty pleasure" decision, while I thought it was going to be just another under-developed hentai (or half-hentai, as I used to call it). I was very pleasantly surprised.
Believe me, this is NOT a hentai. Yes, the main character does have sex with multiple girls over the course of the series, but these scenes have a meaning. More important thing is how they got to it, the story behind each girl, more than just the act of having sex.
This was made after a visual novel, so it's reasonable that every girl gets a story. Still, in this anime, stories are seperated from each other and only in the last arc, some of the elements from other ones come together. It is obvious that every story, a lot of things change related to each other, but I think it would be more correct to say that the only thing that's really changed is one: the main character.
One of the main reasons why I started watching this anime, was the art. Everything was done fluid and crisp; I equally enjoyed watching the nature and surroundings, and... hmm... body parts. (lol) The people seem real, and the girls are differently built (I really hate it when in anime, all girls look the same). The endings of each episode are made using chibi art, with normal one only used during a ecchi scene. I thought Akira's enourmous chibi head was hilarious, though xD
Sound is great too, both voice actors and music. The background music was done nicely, and it didn't feel weird in any part.
In the beginning, the characters seem chiched and boring: tsundere girl, meganekko slut, awkward class president, childish/mature girl convo... but at the end almost every character has depth.
During the different timelines, as Haruka's personality changes for a little, girls' personalities change a little too. Maybe out of jealousy, the non-main girls become much less likeable than they are in their own arc, even though it is made that the personalities are believable: they didn't change the essence, only circumstances.
Haruka is a main character out of the cliche from the very beginning. Even though he isn't one of the typical male harem leads, he seems a little too perfect; nice and charming, so much that all the girls love him. Though, he is a "Prince Charming" only on the surface; when the time comes for it, he becomes undecisive and weak. The thing changing over the acrs isn't only the girl he likes, it's his personality as well. Even though, in the end, he always stays the same.
Sora is a troubled girl, so much that you can't actually hate her, even if you try. She is clingy, moody, dishonest and insecure, maybe because of the time spent at a hospital that made her delicate like a doll. But, unlike Haru, she knows exactly what she wants and doesn't care what others'll think about it. And it is, being with Haru.
Aside from the main arc's, the other timelines' heroines were likeable too: at the start, Nao seems annoying for some reason, but every time there is a need, whichever timeline, she is there to help like an older sister of some sort. Akira reminds me of those theather masks that only have smile on them: regardless the situation, she will mask everything with a smile. Kazuha tries and tries to be like a strict older sister, despite her real gentle personality.
The order of arcs was the backwards one of my enjoyment as well. I liked the Kazuha one the least, Akira a little more, and so. Motoka chibis in the ending were hilarious, too.
If insecure, try to make the best decision possible. At the end, at least one person must be hurt, and that is the natural course of things. When loving someone, you shouldn't care what other people think or say. That's what I think, at least!
I enjoyed this "half-hentai" a lot more than I previously thought. :) read more
Incest without guilt would be like sausages without mustard. If you like incest romance, it’s definitely worth watching.
I watched the show then read the visual novel so I’ll include some comparison in here for those who are interested.
Boy and girl twins, Haruka and Sora; their parents died. They move into their gandpa’s house in the countryside(granpa is dead). They used to visit Granpa a lot. Lots of girls in this town like Haruka because he is pretty. Omnibus romance ensues. Haruka and Sora try to keep a tight lid on what’s going on between them, but the opening kinda gives it away.
Akira is an energetic and really nice and sociable shrine maiden with family issues, which she is an orphan so… In the visual novel she’s a much bigger presence to be honest. No matter which route you take, she strongly empathizes with all the characters and tries to help them no matter what they’re going through. Here, she's... energetic and nice and has family issues. She also has giant boobs in this. Boobs generally are a lot bigger in the anime.
Kazuha is rich and pretty. And she plays the violin. I guess she’s nice.
Nao, I think, actually calls herself Haruka’s big sister from time to time. She’s really just his childhood friend. She’s supportive and relatively mature. And when her arc comes around, I admire her. She has a boyfriend who is deeply obsessed with his twin sister, and Nao is just like, “Well, I knew what I was getting myself into.” It’s not that she’s doesn’t have a problem with it, but she’s known Haru and Sora for so long she’s on their side no matter what. Though Sora utterly hates her guts.
Haruka, in the anime, is a fairly normal pretty boy aside from his relationship with his twin sister. The visual novel focused a lot more on Haru simply trying to learn to live on his own with Sora, sort out their household, and integrate both himself and Sora into this town. The anime focuses a lot more on the romances which leaves Haru with not much character development and not much to do aside from tending on his girlfriend of the week. I think Sora’s arc works much better because dealing with her brings out a lot more of Haru's past. Also, how a man deals with his incestuous desires is really a test of character.
Knowing Haru as I do from the VN, he’s really just as messed up by his parents' deaths as Sora is, but he feels like he needs to keep it together for Sora’s sake. In the anime they make it seem as if he enjoys Sora’s relying in him, but in the VN we see that after the funeral, Sora kinda freaked out and put everything on his shoulders. He didn’t have much of a choice, and he’s really not sure what he’s doing trying to run a household. Deep down, he wants someone else to make these decisions or at least show him what to do and he resents Sora always putting everything on him while she tales it easy. Well, we don’t get too much of that in the anime, but we do get to see him nearly lose his mind and cry big hot man-tears over Sora, which is about as good.
Sora is quiet, reclusive, haughty, and dismissive. The only person she ever listens to even sometimes is her brother Haru. She spent half her life in a hospital and Haru was the only person who visited her on a regular basis. She’s developed a strong attachment to Haru , though she normally never leaves her room. She’s gotten very used to sitting alone in her bed and surfing the internet. I lover her line when Haru tells her he’s not sure they can get internet and she says, “I cannot live without it.”
For me, Sora is the one who makes this anime. I even like her better here than in the visual novel. The little scenes where she mocks the other girls behind their backs, the little fantasies of hers we see every so often; it adds something to her character that really wasn’t in the visual novel. Honestly, in the VN I couldn’t tell if she was really in love with Haru or just insanely jealous of Nao. She actually comes off a little more mature and, well, sane in this version. Her voice, here, is also a slightly lower register and doesn’t sound so ridiculously cutesy. That helps.
Honestly, I enjoy this anime a lot more than I should. I do so by ignoring episodes 4-9 and focusing on the relationship between Haru and Sora. Other people seem to think the Kazuha, Akira, and Nao romances are worthwhile, and you might like them. Plotwise, however, they are pretty thin. The show tries to involve us by giving the girls back stories, but the conflict involved is a pale shadow compared to what’s going on between Haru and Sora in the first episode. This was not a good candidate for the omnibus romance structure.
As I said before, Haru is mostly characterized in the VN by his attempts to manage his household and deal with Sora. The anime doesn’t have time for household details because they need to make room for four different romance stories, and his romantic interests don’t really tell us much about Haru. This makes it hard to care about Haru’s relationships since we don’t really know much about him.
I think they would have done better to give this a merged structure like the Kanon and Clannad animes. We could even have kept some of the sex scenes too. All we’d have to do is say Haru is one pretty son of a gun and he needs to distract himself from his sister by involving himself in the problems of all these other girls. I mean that’s basically what they did with Nao in the final arc anyway.
What I really like here are the parts dealing with Haru and Sora’s relationship. I love this one scene in the first episode where Haru and Sora are sitting across the table from eachother and we see an imaginary scene of Haru walking over an kissing his sister. But who imagined it? I’ve seen people argue it both ways and honestly, I don’t see why both of them shouldn’t be imagining it. Its definitely on both their minds.
I love the tension which arises from seeing that Haru and Sora are clearly obsessed with eachother from the beginning but that they keep a very tight lid on it. I remember when this first came out, someone stated just how smart it was to make it clear from the beginning that there would be sex in this anime. This allows the first episode to clearly pose the question, “Are these two going to have sex?” without there necessarily being a clear answer. Though the Omnibus romance structure kinda promises Haru’s gonna have sex with everybody at some point, I think it was a smart move to put the Sora arc at the end to give time for the tension to rise. It would have been even smarter if the structure were merged but oh well.
I particularly love Haru’s decent into insanity. I’ve gone insane before and, yeah, this is pretty much what it’s like. Zegapain kinda has a similar thing but it’s a little more drawn out here. And I should let you know, this part isn’t in the VN, it just wouldn’t work. In the VN, Haru goes crazy in other ways, becoming as detached with reality as Sora is. But here, we get to see Haru’s face as he cries big man-tears, and we get to see him try to make his relationship with Nao work out. We get to see him desperately reach out for help and get rejected. That’s some powerful cinema.
Other nice bits include seeing Haru and Sora constantly texting eachother on their smart phones. That was a lot of fun to see in action. The scenery, which is based on an actual small town in the Japanese countryside, is also very different from the VN. Its not really better or worse. I like the character designs better in the VN, where the art in general has a much softer feel and uses less vivid colors so that everything looks a little faded. But the vivid colors of the anime work much better for the environment.
I also love how Kozue gets a name in this. In the VN even her dialogue box is labeled “Class Prez”. She’s not really any more important here but I like how she freaks out and gets all judgmental at the end. Everyone is way too okay with all this in the VN, but Kozue in the anime knows how to lay on the guilt and social rejection like a boss. I used to hate her in this anime. Reading the VN made me realize just how much she adds to the story. Incest without guilt really is like sausages without mustard.
Lastly, I love how Haru is voicedby the same guy who did Katsuragi Keima in TWGOK and Kamina Ayato in RahXephon. Shimono Hiro is just awesome at screaming like a madman. Plus now I can imagine this show is really about Kami-niisama playing through the VN.
I rate this as a 7 because fully half of the show is not worth rewatching. The art isn’t too remarkable and the music while appropriate can get a little cliché. The plot isn’t exactly Count of Monte Cristo genius, but is succeeds in raising the tension and bringing out some of the characters. I thoroughly however enjoy rewatching the final arc and the first few episodes. I recommend it to anyone who can put up with incest and the omnibus structure.
First of all, lets make things clear. THERE ARE SEX SCENES WITHIN THIS SERIES!! and this component usually makes people want to simply watch this series as a hentai. If you are planning on doing so, you will be trading a GREAT anime with a HORRIBLE hentai because those scenes are short and not very exciting. Instead, the sex scenes create an unique mood for the story development.
Story 9/10 Yosuga no sora was originally a PC visual novel, this means that the story cannot possibly lack content. The story is very unique, instead of having a million girls liking the main character at the same time, the story focuses on one heroine for a few episodes then goes back to a "save point" and starts a new story with the next one.
I have to split the art part into two.
General art (how the characters look) 8/10
Mood art (what makes the current situation or story more interesting)10/10 The art of this anime is capable of completely expressing the character's feelings. The artist is not simply making the characters blush and changing the eyes and eyebrows to express a character's emotions. Instead, the artist uses the body language of the characters. ( the way a character is standing, sitting, lying down, getting f**ked)
Sound 9/10 The voice acting for most characters is very satisfying.
The background music and sounds were generally good. ( with a few scenes that have great background music and sounds) The opening is one of my favorite anime openings. The op song beautifully expresses the general feeling of this anime.
Character 10/10 In general (because I might flood the review with my own opinions and lower the quality since i have too much to say）The character portrayal is great, partially thanks to the art; each character has a very unique and attractive personality which also makes the individuality of the characters extremely strong.
Enjoyment 9/10 The only thing holding me back from giving this series a 10/10 for enjoyment is the intense conflicts made one episode seem very long and made me want to take a break. Which is also the reason this anime is enjoyable.
I would suggest this series to everyone, especially people who likes interesting conflicts and romance.
PS: The visual novel is still much better so why not give the VN a chance while you're at it. Both the art and music are amazing and the stories are more developed in the VN :D
Was in the mood to begin writing reviews for certain shows I particularly enjoyed, so I’ll start here.
To begin with I’d like to make it clear that this show is personally my guilty pleasure. The show itself had been branded “immoral” and “softcore hentai”, but those are the ignorant collection of individuals who miss the shows true potential., and the beauty the show brought to our screens. Despite these tags, I still adore this anime and love every feature of it, semi-regardless of its faults.
First of all, the story is a pretty poor adaptation of the visual novel. As a watcher of the show and someone who has played various arcs within the visual novel (those which are subbed) I’d have to say that the show’s adaptation does not do the visual justice, and I would recommend playing the few arcs which are subbed if you have free time (I think Sora’s arc is the only one). Despite this, the show somewhat portrays the visual novel, and whilst being “pretty poor” it still aims to portray the story of Haru, and the 4 arc’s of the 4 significant women in his life. The story itself is a by the books harem, and instead of the 4 girls endlessly fighting for the affection of the protagonist, the show dedicates a number of episodes to each of the girls and offers results with their develop their relationship, which is good!
To accompany the story is the soundtrack. Whilst the show insists on replaying the same track(s) over and over, I can’t help but adore this impeccable soundtrack, and mixed with the stunning scenery the show offers, and ultimately, it leaves me feeling calm and relaxed and allows me to zone out and appreciate the beauty of the show. The OST for Yosuga no Sora has to be one of my favourites, if not my favorite (close with Ping Pong the Animation and Shinsekai Yori). There is nothing more I can say about the OST apart from that I adore it, and certain tracks like “Old Memory” and “Kioku” never fail to calm me down and leave me at ease whilst I study or go outside and pretend to admire the scenery which does not match what Yosuga no Sora offers.
The characters the show offer are unique in their own way, and are anything but the generic characters regular harems offer; the tsundere, the Rei clone and the loveable perverted one. (examples of characters taken from To Love-Ru, another guilty pleasure) Instead, Yosuga no Sora offers characters with somewhat of a backstory and the show does a good job make you feel for the characters and their conquest to win Haru’s affection. The Sora arc is particularly good at this, as her scenes at the end of the show made my heart sink and proceeded to leave me speechless, it was a nice and unique feeling which I was yet to feel as an anime novice, and It was pleasant, and it made me adore the show even more.
Overall, Yosuga no Sora was a fantastic show. Despite the poor adaptation from the original visual novel, it did its job at providing, us, the viewer with some forbidden love accompanied by a fantastic OST and breathtaking scenery! The show was good and though I’m still undecided as to whether I would recommend it, it remains as one of my favorites. 8/10 read more
While Amagami SS does not have an incestuous relationship as a central plot point, both shows are presented in an omnibus format that allows the viewer to experience all of the available 'good-end' paths for each girl.
Both have an arc for every girl. It's not like Clannad or Kanon, oh no, but in these shows they go back in time and the main character picks out a different girl.
Yosuga's got graphic nudity and sex scenes, while Amagami's more... your average harem anime.
The concept is the same, we get to see all of the possible ending with the different girls. But... with more "hentai" ;p
Both feature a variety of girls getting together with the protagonist. After a story arc is finished, the story resets and things take a different route, leading to a romance with a different girl.
While a story arc in Amagami SS is four episodes long, the ones in Yosuga no Sora aren't as linear, some consisting of barely two eps while others take longer.
Amagami SS is a casual romance anime. Yosuga no Sora features nudity and sex scenes.
Amagami SS takes place during the winter. Yosuga no Sora takes place during the summer.
Both Amagami SS and Yosuga no Sora are based off a visual novel (Thank you Akitso for correcting me), and they both may look like a Harem anime, but they concentrate on ONE heroine. Please correct the following statement if I'm wrong.
Amagami SS seem to trigger different heroine route from the beginning of the game while Yosuga no Sora seem to contain Heroines which that can be triggered in the middle of the game. Therefore, Amagami SS will air 4 episodes for each heroine while Yosuga no Sora might air shorter epsiodes for different heroines.
If you liked the idea of watching different heroine as if you are playing a game, I suggest that you watch Amagami SS as well.
-Both animes's setting/story goes by an omnibus format, and have small arcs for each heroine that can either or not be diverging from the central plot of the story (with the setting intact)
Amagami SS - is Light Romance
Yosuga no Sora - is extreme romance xD
But the main character experiences with different girls in different timespace in different situation
Both shows story line is taken from dating game, and both shows have short storys of the main character chosing difrent girl witch lead to difrent ending.
from what i have read, and what i have watched.. i know its based off euroge
aka a dating game. so basically there is one main guy who gets to try and see how things would be with each different girl, thus like a dating game.
Both extremely repetitive with different scenerios of main guy with the girls around him.
Yosuga no Sora is just a more (unnecessarily) graphic/mature version
Both anime acts like a visual novel where the storyline is separated by different arcs... and girls... and shows how will one guy end up if he goes out with a certain girl.
Both are romantic animes. Where each girl gets episodes with the main guy portaginist then time rewinds and a new girl gets episodes with with guy
Even though the there isn't anything incestual about Amagami SS or in anyway means provocative, it's very similar to Yosuga no Sora in a more softer/cuter sense. Each girl gets to have her own time and her own episodes with the main character. Both are very good series.
Amagami SS and Yosuga no Sora are romance anime that are separated into small arcs that focus on an individual girl and her growing relationship with the main male protagonist. This is a unique trick that one does not see too often in game adaptions. Both series feature good and well developed characters mixed with amazing animation. Yosuga no Sora is certainly more ecchi based and is meant for mature audiences, while Amagami SS is much more lighthearted and will leave you with a wonderful warm feeling in the end. If you liked watching one of them you wont regret trying out the other.
Well, it's obvious . Do I really need to tell something ?
Every girl has her own arc.
Yosuga is more .. well .. there is twins .. and also umm.. it's +18.
Amagami SS and Yosuga no Sora are presented in omnibus harem format, with each girl having their own "good end" in her arc, therefore allowing male lead to "end up with" all main heroines without girls turning into yandere and fight with each other. In amagami, each girl takes up exactly 4 episodes, and the story takes place in the same time. In Yosuga no Sora, each arc takes up either 2 or 3 episodes, and the events occur in a chronological, but alternative world, order. BEWARE that there is incest in yosuga. Both series are done in a fashion that unveil the charms of the heroines, and leave you satisfied with the pairings.
If you've seen one, you should have give the other a look.
I feel like the relationships, situations and behaviour in Yosuga no Sora could actually happen. In Amagami SS, that realism feel has been removed. But don't get me wrong. I enjoyed Amagami SS much more than Yosuga no Sora.
You should know that Yosuga no Sora has sex scenes but I wouldn't call them graphic and they're very short. In my opinion, it usually happens as a confirmation of their relationship and feelings for each other, which is why I approve of them.
Best girl always wins in the omnibus format as they cycle through each girl's arc and ending.
Both series follow the same format (omnibus format, multiple arcs)
Also, both involve romance. It's just that Yosuga no Sora features an incestuous relationship.
If you liked the the structure of the arcs in Amagami then you would be able to appreciate it in Yosuga no Sora. However, in my opinion, it isn't done as well as Amagami.
Both use the omnibus format in adaptation. There are no sex scenes or incestuous themes in Amagami though.
Both have brother & sister intimate relationships.
both are about brother and sister lust. And sex inside, of course
Both deal with the brother-sister incest relationship and are borderline hentai.
Both are incest anime with explicit content.
Aki-Sora and Yosuga no Sora are both somewhat borderline hentai anime that share the same main theme - a forbidden love between siblings. They feature adolescent school kids who have strong sexual desires that they attempt to deny but end up giving into. Both series offer animation that is a feast for the eyes. The only downside is that Aki-Sora is kinda short while Yosuga no Sora has a slightly better developed plot since it's longer. If you liked watching one of them you shouldn't hesitate to try out the other.
both talk about the love of brothers and the implications of it around them
Both are borderline hentai anime about a little boy and his sexual relationships to include incest.
Sexual Scenes. Harem Ecchi.
Both shows are about incestuous relationships
Both are borderline-H with brother and sister relationship.
Borderline hentai anime with extremely similar plotline containing incest relationship.
Both are ecchi to high levels and handle the idea of an incestious relationship between siblings.
Both are on the borderline of being a hentai. You do not see anything but you know what is going on.
Brother-Sister incest. Ecchi. Though it seems that Yosuga no Sora will have a more intriguing storyline
incest relationship, and a harem in both. Yosuga no Sora has a much better story line than Kiss x Sis and also is rated R+ because there is nudity in majority of the episodes. If Kiss x Sis was good for you then Yosuga no Sora is even better.
Good anime for masterpiece fap
Same aspect here, a sister liking her brother, IMO yosuga no sora had a better story and just wasn't also ecchi every time, this anime is very similar.
Both are borderline hentai anime focusing on raunchy incest scenes and ecchi through the eyes of a boy and his harem.
Both are ecchi and in both anime is about love between brother and sister/s (siblings)
Genre for both anime: Ecchi, Romance, Harem... :D
Yosuga no Sora has pretty much same theme, except the arcs in Yosuga no Sora.
both of them includes sister-love. but yosuga no sora is a bit more...explicit.
Both animes involves sisters with a brotherly complex with the male character.
Both were classified as a harem genre.
Both female characters (usually the sister) exhibits jealously when they see the male character (the brother) being with another girl.
Both exhibits torrid kissing scenes.
Though both were classified as ecchi, both anime has the potential to be more of a hentai than ecchi.
One anime is a comedy, while the other is drama.
The male character in "Yosuga no Sora" is actually related to the female cahracter, while the other one in "Kiss X Sis" the male character is not related to his sisters.
In "Yosuga no Sora" the male character was able to bang other female characters (though, not fully shown), while in "Kiss X Sis" the male character nearly bangs one of his sister.
While both male character finds themselves seduce by the female characters, one was all to willing to go along with it, while the other was able thwart off (most of the time) his sisters advances.
If you are a fan of wet kisses and are watching/watched kissxsis/yousuga no sora , you must watch the other one. They both have lots of kisses. Although, if you a little more romantic i recommend yosuga no sora having an emotioning story with it, kissxsis being more like ecchi/comedy
ecchi titles that deal with incest.
True ethical armageddon in both series. Brother complex.
They both have bro to sis love but in kissxsis its more sis to bro but very funny.
Sibling love , Even more amazing love story - harem .
Somehow both of the series give similar fealings at least for me, especially around the end of the anime. Both deals with deep feelings, in one of the animes the main point is love between siblings and the other one is centers around a guy who dates more girls at the same time. Worth to watch. Really.
Male main character has alot of relationships with girls, Although the story is told in arcs not as a full story.
Both series are Harem, contain a lot of ecchiness and turn out to be more dramatic than one may expect after watching the first episodes. They deliver the same atmosphere especially during the last few episodes and both leave an "WTF?!"-like impression.
They both leave you sad and depressed around the end haha
But yea you'll get the same feeling kinda while watching them both
- Both anime ends up showing a sex life behavior that is not tolerated by society.
- Both anime starts lightheartedly, but turns out to be quite provocative later.
- People tends to either love or hate them. They rarely say they are average.
- Main characters somehow seem to attract every single girl they meet.
- Both involve the main character wanting to experience sexual things and explore different girls.
- Both contain some ecchi scenes.
- Innocent love twists into something else.
- Revolved around school and drama.
- Both give off a similar atmosphere.
The similarities are the two series is that the main character will have sex with all girls of the anime, but the difference is that Yosuga no Sora is an Eroge, and the main character will have sex in the differents routes, is not the same story in all anime, it's different storyline. In School Days, the main character will do sex in the same storyline, so much which will arrive to seem repulsive. The ecchi is taken to the extreme in both, slashing the Hentai in some scenes.
Las similitudes en las dos series son que el personaje principal tendrá relaciones sexuales con todas las chicas del anime, pero la diferencia es que Yosuga no Sora es un Eroge, y el personaje principal tendrá sexo en las rutas diferentes, no es la misma historia en todo el anime, es diferente historia. En School Days, el protagonista va a tener relaciones en la misma línea argumental, tanto que llegará a ser repulsivo. El Ecchi es llevado al extremo en ambas, roza el Hentai en algunas escenas.
Main character moving back to a town he lived in as a child. Dark depressing mood in both anime.
Main character returns to the town he lived in as a child and finds people he knew from back then. Both are dark and gloomy anime and have a feeling of mystery about them.
Both have dark setting, boy returning back to town, meeting childhood friends and twincest.
Returning to his hometown. Childhood friends.
Drama, better than average plot
YnS main plot and M;Y side/subplot are similar in that they deal with incest. Both anime tell the story/arc near the end of their season. Where YnS deals with both MC, M;Y is focused on the "supporting IMO" BroSis. Both anime leave an open ending where both respective siblings move out of the country after a taboo/scandal respectively was found out by the locals, YnS was voluntarily while M;Y was forced.
Opening Theme"Hiyoku no Hane" (比翼の羽根) by eufonius
Ending Theme#1: "Tsunagukizuna" by Team. Nekocan [Neko] feat. Junca Amaoto (main ending)
#2: "Pinky Jones" by Momoiro Clover (ending for specials)
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