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English: Owarimonogatari
Synonyms: End Story
Japanese: 終物語


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2015 to Dec 20, 2015
Premiered: Fall 2015
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:00 (JST)
Producers: Aniplex
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: Shaft
Source: Light novel
Duration: 26 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 8.431 (scored by 60,419 users)
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Ranked: #1402
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Popularity: #472
Members: 130,405
Favorites: 846
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A peculiar transfer student named Ougi Oshino has just arrived at Naoetsu Private High School. She is quickly introduced to senior student Koyomi Araragi by their mutual friend Kanbaru Suruga, in hopes of obtaining advice regarding a strange discovery she has made. After taking a look at the school's layout, Ougi notices that a classroom has appeared in an otherwise empty area—a place that should not exist.

Unsure if this is the work of an apparition, Koyomi and Ougi attempt to unravel the truth behind this enigma. But Koyomi soon discovers, after finding himself locked in with Ougi, that the room holds the memory of an event he had long since forgotten.

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Shinbou, Akiyuki
Director, Series Composition
Itamura, Tomoyuki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Tsuruoka, Youta
Sound Director
Kizawa, Yukito

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#1: "Decent Black" by Ougi Oshino (Kaori Mizuhashi) (ep 1)
#2: "mathemagics" by Sodachi Oikura (Marina Inoue) (eps 2-3, 5) (BD/DVD eps 2-3)
#3: "Yuudachi Houteishiki (夕立方程式)" by Sodachi Oikura (Marina Inoue) (BD/DVD: eps 4-6)
#4: "mein schatz" by meg rock (eps 7-9, 11)

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"Sayonara no Yukue (さよならのゆくえ)" by Alisa Takigawa

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Dec 19, 2015
Stark700 (All reviews)
The Monogatari franchise has been a creative narrative with some of the most intriguing dialogues found in the light novel medium. Owarimonogatari isn’t so far different either as the series takes on three separate arcs that is molded into 1-cour adaptation of 12 episodes. Adapted by studio Shaft, which is well known for an avant-gante style of artwork, the series makes it bold return. And any fan of the Monogatari franchise should be excited because this latest work will leave some classic memories.

For storytelling, Owarimonogatari is divided into three parts. They are known as “Ougi Formula”, “Sodaichi Riddle”, and “Sodachi Lost”. All three parts draws read more
Dec 19, 2015
Captain220 (All reviews)
In the heat of all the millions of One Punch Man reviews, I've decided to take on the task of reviewing this series onto myself. This will be quick and spoiler free, yay!

Oh Monogatari, a strange one you certainly are. The way I see it is that there are 2 types of reviews for this series - the people praising it for being a complete masterpiece of the modern age with no flaws what so ever and the people that hate it for... what again? Oh that's right, it's "devoid of a functioning storyline and character development" as pointed out by some pleb on this read more
Jan 16, 2016
jc9622 (All reviews)
The final season for the Monogatari series...I never thought I'd reach this point. This obviously isn't the final show for the series. There's still the 2nd cour for Owarimonogatari, a bunch of Koyomi arcs and Kizumonogatari.

(There will be SPOILERS in my review)

[Story]: (9/10) (SPOILERS)
Owarimonogatari is a sequel to Tsukimonogatari but it does not take place after Tsuki. The first 3 arcs chronologically takes place after Onimonogatari and Nekomonogatari: Shiro and the last arc chronologically takes place immediately after Onimonogatari. The show features Ougi Oshino, an underclassman introduced to Araragi by Kanbaru Suruga.

I thought Second Season was going to be the only Monogatari series read more
Dec 20, 2015
samui26 (All reviews)
To start with the good news, Owarimonogatari is a breath of fresh air in this rather stale year in animes. The bad news? While its second half provides hints of what was the aftermath of Kizumonogatari film to be aired next year, it is one of the worse arcs in the Monogatari universe.

Story and Character: 6/10

The Sodachi Lost Arc is an oddball even by Monogatari standards. It started with solving the supernatural right away then proceeded with detailed explanation behind the titular character in the arc. The pacing is slower than normal albeit more even which gave enough time to layout the foundation of this read more


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