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Gin no Saji 2nd Season


Alternative Titles

English: Silver Spoon 2nd Season
Synonyms: Gin no Saji 2nd Season
Japanese: 銀の匙

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2014 to Mar 28, 2014
Premiered: Winter 2014
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:50 (JST)
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 8.361 (scored by 41,674 users)
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Ranked: #1802
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Popularity: #881
Members: 66,835
Favorites: 327
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Episodes: /11

Synopsis

As the new semester begins at Ooezo Agricultural High School, Hachiken is now used to the tough lifestyle of a rural, agricultural high school. While Hachiken still wonders what he will do in the future, he continues to discover both the harsh and the beautiful realities of the countryside.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hachiken, Yuugo
Hachiken, Yuugo
Main
Kimura, Ryouhei
Japanese
Kimura, Ryouhei
Mikage, Aki
Mikage, Aki
Main
Miyake, Marie
Japanese
Miyake, Marie
Komaba, Ichirou
Komaba, Ichirou
Supporting
Sakurai, Tooru
Japanese
Sakurai, Tooru
Inada, Tamako
Inada, Tamako
Supporting
Takagaki, Ayahi
Japanese
Takagaki, Ayahi

Staff

Deai, Kotomi
Deai, Kotomi
Director
Itou, Tomohiko
Itou, Tomohiko
Sound Director
Kishimoto, Taku
Kishimoto, Taku
Script, Series Composition
Goose House
Goose House
Theme Song Lyrics, Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Composition


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"LIFE" by Fujifabric

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"Oto no Naru Hou e→ (オトノナルホウヘ→)" by Goose house




More reviewsReviews

Veronin
Apr 12, 2014
Popular media tends to reflect the urban and suburban lifestyle. The life of the farmer has been nearly forgotten, and with the rise of technology, agriculture is often treated as a thing of the past. While we do not normally think about the meat and vegetables sitting in our fridge, the life we know might cease to exist if these everyday products were suddenly taken away from us.

Silver Spoon (known in rōmaji as "Gin no Saji") may serve as a reminder of what is taken for granted, but it also happens to be a highly enjoyable experience in its own right. It shows why read more
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Stark700
Mar 28, 2014
By expressionism and symbol, a silver spoon is symbolic for wealth. The phrase of “been born with a silver spoon in his mouth” is synonymous relating to an individual born from the rich family. But the series, Silver Spoon/Gin no Saji, stands on the opposite side of that symbol. Most of the characters aren’t rich and neither are any of them born from a wealthy family. However, what they do have is the talent and ambition that drives them to fulfill a dream. Making a dream into a reality is tough. Competitions and life itself becomes an obstacle. Gin no Saji/Silver Spoon delivers that very read more
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Ckan
Mar 28, 2014
The Silver Spoon is real, and even now yours for the taking.

If there's something to be said about Gin no Saji (trans. Silver Spoon), we can probably boil it down to three core ingredients: Food, Agriculture, and Life. Those are no small matters, but Arakawa Hiromu has masterfully blended these hefty issues into an easily digestible, comforting, and befittingy resonant, intimate work.

A coming-of-age slice-of-life school drama taking place in the remoteness of Hokkaido, Japan, this anime harvests its bounty from the wealth of its source material, but in the move from manga to anime, it augments and adapts it perfectly, adding garnish and spice to read more
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swordstriker21
Mar 27, 2014
I really enjoyed the first season of Gin no Saji. It goes w/out saying that I had really high expectations for the second season. And for the most part it didn't disappoint.

Story/Characters:

The story picks up where the last season left off where Hachiken is slowly getting used to the life at Yezo high. He's made friends and is now relatively enjoying his school life. But his character will develop by leaps and bounds by the end of this season w/c was why I liked it as much as I did.

The character development... This aspect was really prominent this season and I enjoyed it a lot. read more
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