Touka Gettan

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Toka Gettan, The Moonlight Lady returns
Japanese: 桃華月憚


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 3, 2007 to Sep 25, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: WAO World, Imagine
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Visual novel
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, SupernaturalSupernatural
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 6.541 (scored by 34303,430 users)
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Ranked: #58902
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Popularity: #4105
Members: 18,248
Favorites: 45

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Touka Gettan is set in the land of Kamitsumihara, where traces of magic and legend can still be seen. The land has been under the protection of the Kamiazuma clan since it was founded. The story revolves around Touka Kamiazuma, the main protagonist, and his encounter with a young girl named Momoka Kawakabe who comes to stay with the clan. Their meeting sets off a chain of events that will bring an ancient legend to life.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors

Kawakabe, Momoka

Hayami, Saori

Kamiazuma, Touka

Ise, Mariya

Azuma, Hazuki

Noto, Mamiko


Kobayashi, Sanae


Kawaragi, Shiho

Rokujou, Shouko

Kobayashi, Yuu

Shirakawa, Asuna

Inokuchi, Yuka


Yamagata, Satomi

Kamiazuma, Haruhiko

Nojima, Kenji


Saitou, Ayaka


Yamaguchi, Yuuji
Director, Storyboard
Kon, Chiaki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yoshida, Shunji
Episode Director
Tsuchiya, Hiroyuki
Episode Director


Opening Theme

"Yume Oboro" by Eri Kitamura with Mariya Ise & Saori Hayami

Ending Theme

"Kono Sekai ga Itsuka wa" by Saori Hayami

Apr 10, 2008
Oxtail (All reviews)
First of all, don't watch this series backwards. Just don't do it. People will tell you to do it, but don't listen to them. Just like the movie Memento, this anime is meant to be watched in reverse chronological order.

The biggest reason you shouldn't watch it backwards is because episode 25 does not follow the reverse chronology time order so it will ruin the rest of the series for you. The later episodes, 19-26, are generally better than the earlier ones so if you watch it backwards, the series loses steam as it goes on.

People are tempted to watch read more
Dec 31, 2007
Niacinamide (All reviews)
This anime has gone through some rough criticism for it's strange content and backwards airing. But it's those things that make this an under-appreciated, under-rated masterpiece.

The art and general quality of this series is generally pretty nice. The opening is nice and mysterious with a nice song by Momoka's seiyuu that is very traditional sounding. The end animation isn't anything impressive but the song is nice and soothing, very lullaby-ish.

The characters are interesting and are put into unique situations (including staying at a haunted inn, yaoi Dojinshi, social abuse/exclusion and a yuri love triangle). Character's importance and attitude is confusing at first if you watch read more
Sep 7, 2013
DokiDokiChan (All reviews)
What initially drew me to Touka Gettan was Carnelian's beautiful character designs, and I was definitely not disappointed on that front. If nothing else, Touka Gettan is very pleasant to look at.

The bottom line is that this anime is not everyone's cuppa. Touka Gettan is undeniably unique, but it's up to the individual whether that's a good or bad thing. I believe this series will most appeal to someone tired of cookie cutter anime, someone who's looking for something different.

In case you are not yet aware, Touka Gettan aired (mostly) in reverse chronological order. Now, while this is not a new concept, it is a read more
Jan 15, 2020
Reviews-rants (All reviews)
Note: the following comes from a video review, links on my profile page.

It is playful. What it is meanders between comedy, fantasy, and romance, often all at once. It is not one aspect or another; some episodes consist almost entirely of one theme, but later combine them with not necessarily equal proportions. What it does seem to have as an underlying element is Buddhism, and this sense that the present is what matters, as in the anime when the past is thought of destructive fantasies come into fruition, and if it's the future doubt is thrown in, as in real life. Other than that, each read more

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