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Magic-Kyun! Renaissance


Alternative Titles

English: Magic-Kyun! Renaissance
Synonyms: Maji-Kyun! Renaissance
Japanese: マジきゅんっ!ルネッサンス

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2016 to Dec 25, 2016
Premiered: Fall 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: Ponycan USA
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Original
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.241 (scored by 4,199 users)
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Ranked: #25522
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Popularity: #2582
Members: 14,293
Favorites: 92

Reviews

Vocalina
Nov 1, 2016
Hello! This is my first review so here we goooo~

Story
Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is about a girl name Kohana who enters a somewhat-magic-like school with the power to arrange flowers. Her mother used to go to that magic school, so she wants to follow her footsteps. At the school, she comes to meet boys who also have abilities that show their sparkles. And by sparkles I mean that the "magic" is to see sparkles illuminate whatever activity that individual is doing. It kinda shows the power behind how good they are at that specific thing. Kohana's sparkles come from her arranging flowers, but the twist is she read more
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Psycho_Bunny
Dec 3, 2016
"Magic-Kyun! Renaissance" When i first saw the cover of this Anime i was really skeptical to watch it. I've watched a lot of shoujo/reverse-harem anime and i can be really picky at times since i don't want to watch something cliché. Anyway, i decided to give it a shot because of the good reviews and comments.

Story - 7
the story is well...it's not unique. BUT it's interesting. The heroine transfers to a Magic School where her mom is an alumna. The heroine has also a very particular talent for flower arrangement which is very new to me and thus why i continued to watch it. read more
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Post-Ghost-Party
Nov 19, 2016
Okay so first of all, I would like to acknowledge that I am honestly not one for critiquing things and to be honest with you, I will watch just about anything you put in front of me that moves.

For starters, I just wanna say that this isn't a terrible anime. Is it predictable? Yes, but combined with a good art style and decent sound track, it gets a little bit better. Not to mention that it's got the typical reverse harem which will always appeal to a certain kind of audience (You know who you are), but I actually do like some of the read more
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jRad522
Dec 28, 2016
Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is what you would get if you crossed Harry Potter with Ouran Highschool Host Club. A bunch of kids with artistic talent which is somehow also magic are brought together at a school where pretty much anything goes. When their art is sufficiently artistic it emits bishy sparkles, which is more or less the extent of the magic. It is also a reverse harem of the most basic type.

Story: Kohana, our main character, is selected to be on a committee that is planning their school's summer cultural festival along with 6 incredibly bishy and angsty male students who each specialize in a different read more
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Zellaire
Dec 25, 2016
Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is another run-of-the-mill Reverse Harem anime. The boy's have generic and predictable personalities, and they all have their own problems that Kohana (MC) help them to overcome. Kohana herself is what you'd expect her to be too - caring, gentle and hardworking, a typical Reverse Harem lead (honestly, she reminds me especially of Nanami from Uta no Prince-Sama). The entire anime is a been there, done that thing. Not that I mind, because I understand that that's the gist of almost all Reverse Harem anime. And I'm a sucker for Reverse Harem, hence why I'm here.

The art of Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is bright read more
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