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Kuttsukiboshi

Kuttsukiboshi

Alternative Titles

Japanese: くっつきぼし

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 2
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 16, 2010 to May 11, 2012
Producers: Primastea
Duration: 22 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 6.611 (scored by 7586 users)
Ranked: #47732
Popularity: #1848
Members: 14,070
Favorites: 47
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

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Synopsis

Kiiko is your normal girl, besides her secret of being able to move objects with her mind. When a new student named Aaya moves in, Kiiko starts to develop feelings toward her. The two will eventually then start their romantic relationship. Although everything seems fine, Kiiko does not know that Aaya has another secret, a secret that could ruin Kiiko's feelings and trust for Aaya.

(Source: ANN)

Episodes

Episodes  0 / 2
Aired  Aug 16, 2010 to May 11, 2012
Status  Finished Airing
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Characters & Voice Actors

Kawakami, Kiiko
Kawakami, Kiiko
Main
Imai, Asami
Japanese
Imai, Asami
Saitou, Aaya
Saitou, Aaya
Main
Isshiki, Miku
Japanese
Isshiki, Miku
Saitou, Kouta
Saitou, Kouta
Supporting
Koshida, Naoki
Japanese
Koshida, Naoki

Staff

Muneshige, Nakagawa
Producer
Ishikawa, Naoya
Director, Script, Theme Song Lyrics
Imai, Asami
Theme Song Performance
Shunsuke, Morita
Theme Song Composition, Music



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Nov 30, 2014
furiousfingers27
When I go looking for shows to watch, usually there is some kind of feeling or aura I'm searching for that. In this case, I was looking for something that was soft, delicate, and full of love and kindness. At first, this show had exactly this feeling to it and I was incredibly happy that I picked it. But, partway through, things suddenly jolted in a more sinister and violent direction.

I don't have a problem with conflict, drama, or suffering in a "soft" show if it is handled with the same compassion, softness, honesty, and humanity as the happy moments. But, I feel a bit read more
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Jan 31, 2013
Obihiro
Kuttsukiboshi can perhaps be attributed to a bench. You sit on it and wait for something to happen. While sitting, you are more open to the world around you, physically or emotionally. Usually, things transpire while sitting. And at times you ponder on what is happening. But it doesn't last for long, because usually you only stay on a bench for a small amount of time.

Story: 7/10
Considering that it's only composed of two episodes, Kuttsukiboshi's plot is pretty linear. It's understandable for something that lasts only a little above forty minutes. Instead of delivering plot twists however, Kuttsukiboshi brings shock, which isn't very common in read more
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May 23, 2012
Silynn
Kuttsukiboshi is a show ahead of its time. Outstanding in all fields, a true masterpiece. While watching, I only felt amazement and shame - my eyes are not worthy to view something so perfect, almost as if it was made for the Gods themselves.

What makes Kuttsukiboshi so great, is that, on top of the gorgeous art, unique and stylish character designs, and orgasmic soundtrack, it has the best writing one could ever possibly imagine. The characters are so well written I know I could die for them if I knew them in real life. The story keeps you on the edge of your seat with read more
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Dec 25, 2014
InoriAizawa__
This show poses the philosophical question, "Why the hell am I on this planet?" The answer is to see to see two girls fall in love, have sex, then teleport out of an airplane and skydive into an alternate dimension.

Story: 6/10
The story sure is exciting, especially for an OVA. It's more than just your normal Yuri anime, it's an adventure. I won't spoil the "plot" for you, considering there is a plot. The story itself wasn't very well presented for a normal anime, but for an OVA I would have to say that things are too terribly rushed and out of place. A complaint read more
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Recommendations

Both have two girls who are intimate with each other.
reportRecommended by Zanga - Add to favorites
Both are very sweet and sometimes sad animes that revolve around a yuri relationship, there are also supernatural elements in both although there is far more in Yami to Boushi.

Not has an extensive argument as Strawberry Panic!, but has great yuri scenes like this series (and more fanservice)
Yuri genre. Pretty much the only difference is that Kuttsukiboshi is shorter and Sakura Trick has more comedy in it.
Both series are shoujo-ai and very beautifully animated.
They all show school life with yuri genre. Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san is light-hearted and fun without adult scenes.

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Ending Theme

#1: "Hatsukoi Kasoku Kuukan (初恋加速空間)" by Asami Imai (ep 1)
#2: "Watashi no 71% (OVA ver.) (私の71%(OVA ver.))" by ikumi (ep 2)

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