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Mokke


Alternative Titles

Japanese: もっけ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2007 to Mar 16, 2008
Premiered: Fall 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

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Score: 7.121 (scored by 2,058 users)
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Ranked: #32532
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Popularity: #3933
Members: 11,248
Favorites: 18

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Preliminary
Mar 9, 2009
Archaeon (All reviews)
*Re-write due to system crash*

I admit to being a fan of folklore and mythology and, because of this, I'm always rather pleased when a series manages to incorporate the essence of such things into its plot to good effect. Its unfortunate that many series that make the attempt manage to fail in one way or another (Dark Myth being a prime example).

Thankfully, Mokke doesn't fall into that category.

Mokke started life as a manga series by Kamakura Takatoshi, and was first serialized by the seinen manga magazine "Afternoon Season Zoukan" in 2000. The manga was suspended after it's 14th issue however, and wasn't continued until March read more
Apr 21, 2013
OdysseusUlysses (All reviews)
If theres one thing that anime can claim a rightfully deserved monopoly on, its the whimsical slice of life genre. No other media, that i know of, can produce so many shows with scenes of people eating breakfast and doing the laundry yet still manage to be interesting, (save perhaps some classic british series like Jeeves and Wooster), but it does it, and not only that but it often does it quite well, one only has to look at series' like Aria, Natsume Yujincho, Hibane renmei, to see this is true. But from here the trail follows that the best slice of life series' read more
Jan 25, 2018
Kns- (All reviews)
The picture of the world, the image of the country, cities and people is transmitted not only through movies and books, for example, such animated shows as Mushishi, Rurouni Kenshin, even Gintama can perfectly convey the spirit of Japanese culture, thanks to them, people around the world have an idea of the other people and they traditions. I must admit that I gravitate towards such shows and I always watch them with pleasure. Mokke in this case is no exception and confidently replenishes the list above.

Initially Mokke is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by manga author Takatoshi Kumakura. Later, in October 2007, created read more
Oct 24, 2012
Faylicia (All reviews)
Story:
The plot of this story may seem simple at first, but it's development is actually pretty interesting. Usually each episode focueses in one of the sisters (Chizuru or Mizuki) and how the deal with a supernatural creature they encounter (or supernatural event). The story was more funny and childish when Mizuki was the protagonist of the episode and more dramatic and serious when the protagonist was Chizuru. Personally, I found Chizuru's episodes more deep because they transmited her feelings of anxiousness, confusing and most importantly loneliness because of being able to see ghosts. Moreover the story is education as it shows elements about Japanese Literature read more