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Hoshizora Kiseki


Alternative Titles

English: Hoshizora Kiseki
Japanese: 星空キセキ

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 21, 2006
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: CoMix Wave Films
Source: Original
Genres: Romance, Sci-Fi
Duration: 27 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 5.951 (scored by 3,790 users)
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Ranked: #70812
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Popularity: #3633
Members: 8,279
Favorites: 4
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Synopsis

Kozue is a girl who loves astronomy, particularly the stars. One night, on an excursion to witness a meteorite, she meets Ginga, a boy who is able to help scientists discover more information about the stars through a mysterious ability of his. However, he is forced to stay in a protective suit in order to carry out his mission. Because of this, Kozue decides to convince Ginga to make his own decisions & to take off the suit using his own will.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ginga
Main
Chikiri, Kyouko
Japanese
Kozue
Main
Hosono, Yumiko
Japanese

Staff

Watanabe, Akio
Director, Storyboard, Screenplay, Color Design, Character Design, Animation Director
Matsubara, Toshikazu
Director, Storyboard, Color Design, Screenplay, Animation Director, Original Creator, Character Design


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More reviewsReviews

Dec 13, 2009
ZerOne01 (All reviews)
Well, for the fans of astronomy-like story, this light story is better to refresh yourself after watching tons of episodes especially astronomy-like anime episodes like Sora no Manimani. The art are good though, the storyline are simple and not many characters involved, making the story is simple to relax your mind. Good story to watch and fine ending.
Feb 11, 2013
Kuandohan (All reviews)
"Hoshizora Kiseki" is kind of a strange show.
It seems to be more about astronomy, but it's really a strange love story between a boy and a girl, who hit it off in an awkward and simple way, it kind of doesn't work to me, but you can roll with it.

The story is fairly simple, but it's also kind of strange, because they never really explain what is the point of the boy's mission other than "It's something I have to do." I know this series was 30 minutes, but it felt like a strange addition to the show.

The art reminds me of a mix of read more
Jun 11, 2013
SweetCherryPie (All reviews)
Hoshizora Kiseki is an astronomy anime,but it focuses much more on the relationship between the main female character,Kozue,and Ginga,the main male character.

Before starting to watch Hoshizora Kiseki,I read the summary,and I thought this would be a nice anime.I am honestly not interested in astronomy,but I decided to give it a shot.When I saw that Hoshizora Kiseki was an ONA which only had one episode,I already knew that everything in this anime would be rushed in just 27 minutes.And I was right.Honestly,all I hoped for,during watching this anime,was to finish it as fast as possible.The only thing which made me read more
Aug 12, 2010
AnimeAlice (All reviews)
I found this to be a very a cute ova. the plot is based around astronamy, so if you don't like that you best not watch it. The story is centered around ginga, who has a mysterious ability and kozue a regular school girl who loves to look at the stars. As the show goes on it becomes easier to understand the two main characters and the realtionship they share. Its doesn't appear to be romantic but rather ginga was a caged bird and kozue set him free. Overall this show was a great show that seemed to have a deep meaning.

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