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Hachimitsu to Clover II


Alternative Titles

English: Honey and Clover II
Synonyms: Honey and Clover 2, Honey & Clover II
Japanese: ハチミツとクローバー II

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 30, 2006 to Sep 15, 2006
Premiered: Summer 2006
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:45 (JST)
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Manga
Genres: Drama, Josei, Romance
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.381 (scored by 33,008 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #1692
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #925
Members: 59,901
Favorites: 733
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

The sequel and final installment to the highly popular series once again delves into the life stories and love lives of Takemoto Yuuta, Mayama Takumi and Morita Shinobu. The story continues where the first season left off, after Takemoto's self-discovery journey around Japan. Of course, the love triangles and tribulations they face will continue, and eventually decide the paths to their future.

(Source: ANN)

Background

Hachimitsu to Clover II aired on Fuji Television's noitaminA block.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Morita, Shinobu
Morita, Shinobu
Main
Kugimiya, Rie
Japanese
Kugimiya, Rie
Ueda, Yuji
Japanese
Ueda, Yuji
...
Takemoto, Yuuta
Takemoto, Yuuta
Main
Nojima, Kenji
Japanese
Nojima, Kenji
Kamiya, Hiroshi
Japanese
Kamiya, Hiroshi
...
Yamada, Ayumi
Yamada, Ayumi
Main
Takahashi, Mikako
Japanese
Takahashi, Mikako
Hanamoto, Hagumi
Hanamoto, Hagumi
Main
Kudou, Haruka
Japanese
Kudou, Haruka

Staff

Yamamoto, Kouji
Yamamoto, Kouji
Producer
Nagai, Tatsuyuki
Nagai, Tatsuyuki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Aketagawa, Jin
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director, Sound Supervisor
Ueda, Shigeru
Ueda, Shigeru
Episode Director


Edit Opening Theme

"Fugainaiya (ふがいないや)" by YUKI

Edit Ending Theme

"Split (スプリット)" by SuneoHair



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Lorelei
Dec 23, 2009
Ah, Umino Chika's masterpiece, Honey and Clover. I first saw this more or less two years ago, initially thinking it was just some generic romance anime. Needless to say, I suddenly fell in love with it from the moment in season one, episode two, near the ending, when Takemoto was carrying Morita on his back. Cue. The piano stopped. And right after that, he said, "It hurts". From that point on, I knew I was watching a different kind of anime. I guess remembering that random scene from an episode proves that it had an impact.

Season one ended gracefully, you could accept it as "ending" read more
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jet2r0cks
Jun 28, 2007
12 episodes were not enough. I at least need 24 episodes of Honey and Clover goodness for my fill. Honey and Clover was just easy and fun to watch, and it was the same for the second season.

As for the drawing style, main plot and voice acting, not much has changed so I’ll only focus on the things that have changed.

The main plot hasn’t changed – it’s still a “coming of age” story for all of the characters, but for this season, the focus has shifted from Takemoto and Yamada’s individual stories to Hagu and Morita. Sure we still get to see the Takemoto’s struggles read more
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Venneh
Feb 17, 2008

Title: Honey and Clover II

Anime: Honey and Clover II was once again produced by JC Staff (famous for their work on Revolutionary Girl Utena and Excel Saga), and directed by Tatsuyuki Nagain (famous for his work on My-HiME and iDOLM@STER XENOGLOSSIA) this time around. It aired on Japanese TV from June 29th to September 14th, 2006. It has yet to be licensed Stateside.

Story: Honey and Clover II picks up where Honey and Clover left off, and finishes up the remaining manga material.

I like this follow-up. It answers questions it left unanswered last season, and resolves all the relationships that were left hanging read more
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Lyndon_Ong
May 17, 2014
A sequel is often a lackadaisical attempt to cash in on its predecessor’s success. As such, most spin offs end up being mediocre or straight out terrible. There is however, a small handful that takes the foundation its progenitor has laid out and adds another, more polished layer on top. Honey and Clover II may be a sequel, but it is by no means inferior. In fact, with the characters firmly established, the show plays out the resolutions to much of the initial conflicts, creating a product that is actually superior to the original.

Production values are once again solid with beautiful animation, heartfelt music and read more
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