Suki na Mono wa Suki Dakara Shou ga Nai!!


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Synonyms: Sukisyo, I like what I like, so there!
Japanese: 好きなものは好きだからしょうがない!!
English: Sukisho
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2005 to Mar 27, 2005
Premiered: Winter 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Bandai Visual, Lantis, Movic
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: Zexcs
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Boys LoveBoys Love, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.651 (scored by 2276222,762 users)
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Ranked: #56162
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Popularity: #2785
Members: 47,839
Favorites: 225

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Hashiba Sora has fallen from a 4th story window and has lost all of his memories. When Fujimori Sunao comes to his school as his new room mate, Fujimori tells Hashiba that he is called Ran. Fujimori and Hashiba both have a split personality which they developed in their youth. Their split personalities, Yoru and Ran, are deeply in love. Even though it creeps Fujimori and Hashiba out what their other selves do with each other at night, they also start to fall for each other. Because of their relationship, Hashiba Sora finds out a lot of shocking facts about their youth.


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Characters & Voice Actors


Miyazaki, Nagisa
Watanabe, Jun
Sound Director
Kon, Chiaki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yamamoto, Miyuki
Episode Director, Storyboard


Opening Theme

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"Just a Survivor" by Tatsuhisa Suzuki

Ending Theme

"Daydreamin'" by Kisho Taniyama

Sep 16, 2010
Warning: spoilers.

The yaoi fangirls are going to hate me for this. Back when this series came out, it was a runaway smash hit with American fans, especially on the internet. I had never bothered watching the series, but did so on the recommendation of a friend while looking for something to fill my yaoi needs.

I am a pretty dedicated fan of yaoi, but Sukisho is the genre done wrong. Ordinary I am fairly forgiving when it comes to yaoi anime because I understand that the prime focus isn't much different than that of a soft core pornography. The idea behind most shounen ai/yaoi series ...
Oct 15, 2008
Okay Sukisho does have some faults. The strangest thing about it is the absence of any female character in the entire series, although there is no shortage of males looking like females. The plot is not particularly original and the uke REALLY needs a haircut.

But overlooking this there is a lot more positive in this series than negative. The seme/uke stereotypes are not as predictable and the story (shock horror) is actually told from the seme's perspective! The dynamics between the characters are really cute too.

Comedy wise, although some of the jokes were predictable, I still had to pause and go back because I ...
Oct 1, 2007
Mixed Feelings
Sukisho -


The summary may sound good, but what really lies beneath is a typical, overused plotline with no real comedy to back it up. Hey who cares? Were in it for the shoujo-ai, that itself was somewhat disappointing but enough to appease the people, however this story really lacked so much, not only failing to be remotely funny, it fails in the drama department aswell, the drama is so weak that you just want to laugh. However what really saved this anime from turning to complete boredom was Ran and Yoru (you'll see :P).


The art wasn't amazing stuff. but ...

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