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Kita e.: Diamond Dust Drops


Alternative Titles

English: Diamond Daydreams
Synonyms: Northward: Diamond Dust Drops
Japanese: 北へ。 ~Diamond Dust Drops~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 20, 2004 to Apr 5, 2004
Premiered: Winter 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: ADV Films
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Visual novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.771 (scored by 1,769 users)
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Ranked: #42402
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Popularity: #3760
Members: 5,720
Favorites: 8
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

If a couple sees the diamond dust together, then they will certainly find eternal happiness. Or so it is said. This is a drama about the romances, friendships and conflicts of six girls from Hokkaido and how the diamond dust affects them and eventually links them together in the search for happiness.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

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Noto, Mamiko
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Kitano, Suomi
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Amase, Mayu
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Shiraishi, Karin
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Takahashi, Ao
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Harada, Akari
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Watanabe, Akeno
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Staff

Shirahata, Bob
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Director
Kobayashi, Katsuyoshi
Kobayashi, Katsuyoshi
Sound Director
Kosaka, Harume
Kosaka, Harume
Episode Director, Storyboard
Okada, Mari
Okada, Mari
Script, Screenplay


Edit Opening Theme

"Hop Step Jump" by Five Spirits

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"Aitai ~Love Theme from Kita e.~" by ALLEY:A




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MapleRose
Sep 12, 2008
STORY

Diamond Dust, when the moisture in the air freezes in the cold mornings, it sparkles like diamonds. The legend of Diamond Dust says that if you're lucky enough to see it with the one you love, you'll be happy together, or you can wish upon it and find happiness.

This is the central theme to the stories of love, friendship, and self-discovery about six girls in Hokkaido of northern Japan. Each has two episodes dedicated to them (except for Suomi).

Episode 1 & 2 focus on Atsuko Akanegi, a 20-year-old girl who runs a fish-market with her mother that her late father left. They don't have a read more
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NotARandomName
Apr 26, 2008
I have been eyeing this series for a while but always put it towards the bottom of my to-watch list due to its obscurity. Now that I finally managed to watch it, I have to say I'm very surprised this series hasn't had more recognition.

The series is a collection of several virtually unrelated short stories each spanning 1-2 episodes and a final episode tying them all together (sort of). It may seem a bit off-putting to some, but I found that this partitioning was a great decision on the part of the team and managed to keep the whole series lively. I can confidently say read more
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DarkAscent
Mar 21, 2015
A very simple minded and poorly done anime.

Story: The anime is broken into separate story lines following several different characters. All of the stories are obnoxiously cliché and simplistic. If you are looking for food for thought your brain will starve to death with this anime.

Art: Basic and not terrible but nothing that would count as high quality. The female characters all look very similar with kind of masculine odd-shaped jaws.

Sound: Bad synthesized background with a few acoustic overdubs. A kid could come up with this on his $80 Casio keyboard form Wal-Mart. Wasn't even good when read more
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Shidira
Nov 26, 2009
Story: This story is done in a non-typical fashion. This is a story about six different women who are dealing with situations that are not outside the realm of occurrences that could happen to anyone. This anime takes each woman, except one, and dedicates two episodes to their brief daily story. Each story starts by showing that woman within her everyday life, and by the end of the first episode, shows one major conflict in their life. The second episode picks up where the previous left off and continues to show what each woman finds as a solution to their conflict, tying up each story read more
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