Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma: Molders-hen
Emma: A Victorian Romance Season Two
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English: Emma: A Victorian Romance Season Two
Japanese: 英國戀物語エマ ~メルダース編~


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 17, 2007 to Jul 3, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Ajia-Do
Source: Manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, RomanceRomance, HistoricalHistorical, DramaDrama, SeinenSeinen
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.901 (scored by 88348,834 users)
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Ranked: #6642
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Popularity: #3472
Members: 18,718
Favorites: 83
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In the faraway village of Haworth, a new chapter in Emma's life has begun. Now employed by the wealthy Molders family, Emma has resolved to put the past behind her. She'll have to adjust to a new house, a charming (but eccentric) new mistress, and a host of fellow servants, some with buried pasts of their own.

Meanwhile, back in London, William is doing his best to uphold his father's wishes as the Jones family heir, but try as he might, he can't forget Emma. Yet, whenever he feels at his worst, Eleanor is always there to comfort him with a warm, shy smile. Could the answer to his broken heart be right before his eyes?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Touma, Yumi
Jones, William
Kawashima, Tokuyoshi
Atawari, Hakim
Ueda, Yuji
Molders, Dorothea
Takashima, Gara
Touchi, Hiroki
Jones, Collin
Shitaya, Noriko
Saiga, Mitsuki
Campbell, Eleanor
Kobayashi, Sanae
Wakabayashi, Naomi
Molders, Wilhelm
Aoyama, Yutaka


Kobayashi, Tsuneo
Kikuta, Hiromi
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"Silhouette of a Breeze (Celt Ver.) by Kunihiko Ryo

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#1: "Silhouette of a Breeze (Celt Ver.) by Kunihiko Ryo (ep 1)
#2: "Rondo of Lilybell" by Kunihiko Ryo (eps 2-12)

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Oct 14, 2007
Venneh (All reviews)
Title: Victorian Romance Emma: The Second Act

Anime: This season, the production was done by a different studio, Aija-do Animation Works (famous for work on The End of Evangelion and Here is Greenwood), but still directed by Tsuneo Kobayashi. It aired from April 16th to July 2nd, 2007, and has been licensed Stateside by The Right Stuf International (a release date has yet to be announced).

Story: The Second Act picks up a few months after the end of the first season; Emma's working as a maid at a mansion, and trying to forget William. William's going about his business and trying to forget about read more
Jul 19, 2012
OdysseusUlysses (All reviews)
Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma: Molders Hen or Emma: A Victorian Romance Second Act continues the story of Emma, a maid in Victorian England who has attracted the attention of William, a young member of the aristocracy who have fallen in love each other, but the complications of a strict social order work to keep them apart and threaten to destroy them and those they hold dear.

The story of Emma is simple but a classic that has been done in virtually every form of media for hundreds of years, from stories like Jane Eyre to James Cameron’s Titanic, while predictable its still a classic that has a read more
Jan 1, 2010
inkmouse (All reviews)
The second season was actually better than the first. It had a few new characters, and although they weren't elaborated upon, I think they gave the show some extra flavor. However, little else changed. The problem remains the same and the romance moves just as slowly. However, I did like how they emphasized more on the class distinctions and the problems that they face or would face. In the first season, it seemed like empty words when they talked about low and high class, in this season, that problem is further defined.

The beginning theme, I'm disappointed to say, was pretty bad. They simply got the read more
Jul 4, 2014
gezodiac (All reviews)
I will not write a whole lot as I think the top rated review by Venneh oh so long ago encapsulates everything I feel.

However I will add a few things that are pertinent to me. I began watching this because the concept (manga) is by the same person who does Otoyomegatari (which by god I hope gets an anime in the future). I watched it in rapid succession and it is truly a great show, In my opinion.

Both seasons re great and the trials faced feel real and are enforced by it actually being real not that long ago, as a viewer you can feel read more

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