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English: Seiren
Japanese: セイレン


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2017 to Mar 24, 2017
Premiered: Winter 2017
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:28 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Gokumi, AXsiZ
Source: Original
Genres: RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.331 (scored by 5265452,654 users)
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Ranked: #65522
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Popularity: #918
Members: 0
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For high school students like Shouichi Kamita, university entrance exams and the future are common concerns. It is also during this time in life that a mysterious emotion that vexes people of all ages may begin to weigh upon one's mind—love.

At this point in his teenage years, Shouichi finds three girls he could see himself having a future with: the ever-cheerful Hikari Tsuneki, who teases Shouichi without mercy, but actually has a softer side; the competitive gamer, Tooru Miyamae, who has difficulty communicating with others; and Shouichi's childhood friend, Kyouko Touno, the sometimes immature shoujo manga enthusiast. Seiren follows Shouichi's relationships with these three girls across three separate arcs, as their feelings grow from mutual interest and blossom into something more beautiful.

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Kobayashi, Tomoki
Motoyama, Satoshi
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Sakura, Ayane
Theme Song Performance
Kimura, Juri
Theme Song Performance

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"Kimi no Hana (キミの花)" by Hanako Oku

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#1: "Shunkan Happening (瞬間Happening)" by Hikari Tsuneki (Ayane Sakura) (eps 1-3)
#2: "Akaneiro ni Kakushite (アカネ色に隠して)" by Hikari Tsuneki (Ayane Sakura) (ep 4)
#3: "Muteki no Megami (ムテキの女神)" by Tooru Miyamae (Shino Shimoji) (eps 5-7)
#4: "Kimi to Yozora to Fortune to (キミと夜空とフォーチュンと)" by Tooru Miyamae (Shino Shimoji) (ep 8)
#5: "Koi no Theory (恋のセオリー)" by Kyouko Touno (Juri Kimura) (eps 9-11)
#6: "Futari Fuwari ra (ふたりふわりら)" by Kyouko Touno (Juri Kimura) (ep 12)

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Mar 23, 2017
84DaysWithout (All reviews)
This review contains mild spoilers.

Seiren offers an insurance policy against the inherent risk of harem anime. You don't have to worry about best girl getting her heart torn to shreds by some milktoast dude choosing the worst possible option. Instead, the milktoast dude chooses every single option in different timelines. Everybody wins!....or do they?

What Seiren gains in having multiple routes it loses in meaningful character progression. You won't feel the ultimate satisfaction from watching two lovers grow together over a dozen episodes nor is there any conflict to set up an emotional payoff. This problem is further compounded by boring character designs barely distinguishing read more
Mar 23, 2017
themegamancave (All reviews)
Teenage hormones are a powerful thing. The trials and tribulations we went through in our adolescence involving relationships and such can seem trivial by comparison to our current lives, but when we were in the moment they seemed so monumental. Whether it was timidly asking a girl out for the first time, or the lucidity and nostalgia of a summer romance, not much can compare to our teen years. Seiren randomly popped up on my radar before the winter season started (probably due to the plethora of attractive female character models), and after its conclusion I can assuredly say two things:

As a married man in read more
Mar 25, 2017
Adi (All reviews)
If I had two words to describe Seiren, one would be “uninspired” and the other would be “bizarre”. I’ll be honest, I’m one of those consumers that values unquantifiable things like creativity, innovation and, if at the right time, something that pushes the boundaries of the medium.

I don’t expect all shows to have this sort of thing, after all part of why I value those things is because of their sparsity within the medium. More often than not I just come across shows that have varying extents of those things and that’s definitely serviceable; I’m not expecting every show I watch to be the next read more
Mar 24, 2017
Fureiya (All reviews)
Omnibus Format, is a type of story-telling that divides the whole series into multiple arcs each dedicated to a certain girl which the main characters gets a romantic relationship with. When an arc concludes, everything resets back to the beginning with an all new storyline and characters to follow. The most well-known series that features this kind of story-telling is Amagami SS which is pretty much the spiritual predecessor to our newest addition Seiren. Seiren, an original series made in collaboration with Studio Gakumi and Studio AXsiZ, aired this Spring 2017 is the newest series to feature omnibus format of story-telling. I personally think read more

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