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Minami-ke Okawari


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Minamike: Okawari
Japanese: みなみけ~おかわり~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2008 to Mar 31, 2008
Premiered: Winter 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Asread
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.411 (scored by 29,617 users)
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Ranked: #19212
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Popularity: #1162
Members: 51,827
Favorites: 58
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Synopsis

The second season of Minami-Ke. It picks up where the first season left off, and just like the first season, it's about the daily lives of the three Minami sisters, Haruka, Kana and Chiaki, and their school friends.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Minami, Kana
Minami, Kana
Main
Inoue, Marina
Japanese
Inoue, Marina
Minami, Chiaki
Minami, Chiaki
Main
Chihara, Minori
Japanese
Chihara, Minori
Minami, Haruka
Minami, Haruka
Main
Satou, Rina
Japanese
Satou, Rina
Hosaka
Hosaka
Supporting
Ono, Daisuke
Japanese
Ono, Daisuke

Staff

Hosoda, Naoto
Hosoda, Naoto
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Ebina, Yasunori
Ebina, Yasunori
Sound Director
Nagahama, Norihiko
Nagahama, Norihiko
Episode Director
Suzuki, Masashi
Suzuki, Masashi
Script, Series Composition


Edit Opening Theme

"Kokoro no Tsubasa (ココロノツバサ)" by Rina Satou, Marina Inoue & Minori Chihara

Edit Ending Theme

"Sono Koe ga Kiki Takute (その声が聞きたくて)" by Rina Satou, Marina Inoue & Minori Chihara




More reviewsReviews

May 23, 2008
Ranivus (All reviews)
Even more of same stuff with INCREASED fanservice, more CHARACTERS and extra neko scenes!! With a fleshed out story in place, you're basically getting more bang for your buck the second time around!


Story (Very Good)
As the description says, its a continuation of the daily lives of the three Minami Sisters. Thats a plot to the uninformed. Also called a sitcom (google it). Now this time around they actually have a rather large cast of characters supporting the three girls. The girls get put into more silly antics than before and all at the same time showing a lot of skin in the process. If read more
Jun 7, 2008
maybelletea (All reviews)
So, Minami-ke Okawari, is, as anyone who watched the first series would know, a continuation of the original Minami-ke series. The first thing to be said is that it's not as half as good as the first season. The second thing to be said is that despite that fact, it's still very enjoyable.

I was following Minami-ke Okawari as it came out but I stopped around ep 4 and wasn't really watching it anymore. And with the first season, I searched for the new episode every week until the very last one. It took me a few months to get into Okawari to watch it, read more
Apr 26, 2008
Smithy (All reviews)
“Minami-ke” and “Minami-ke ~Okawari~” are such hilarious series, each time I had watched an episode, I couldn't help but watch another one right away or watch one of the previous episodes again.
Focused on the daily life of the Minami sisters, Haruka, Kana, Chiaki and their many friends, it's a nice mix of a slice of life series rife with comedy and conversational banter between the characters, especially between Kana, Chiaki, Touma and Makoto.

It's a solid comedy that never fails to make you burst out laughing, which I can appreciate. While the series is mostly carried by the antics of Kana and Chiaki, and how read more
Sep 7, 2009
GeneralCox (All reviews)
Story (6/10)

Okawari follows on from Minami-ke starting the morning after New Year and once again follows the lives of the three Miname sisters as they enter their third semester.

When an anime changes studio’s it’s always worrying, especially on the back of such a successful first series. These fears are realised in Okawari and there are large differences in story styles between the first and second series. Firstly Okawari plays a lot more on the slice of life genre, whereas the previous Minami-ke had some ridiculous, but none the less hilarious moments (Who can forget Kana tying Chiaki up to ward off the rain), this read more

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