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Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Alternative Titles

English: Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase
Japanese: 月詠 −MOON PHASE−


Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2004 to Mar 29, 2005
Premiered: Fall 2004
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 01:30 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Shaft
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.081 (scored by 22,185 users)
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Ranked: #34352
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Popularity: #1590
Members: 57,219
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Morioka Kouhei wants to become a photographer. Unfortunately, he has the tendency to unintentionally capture the images of ghosts on film.

One day, he visits an old castle in Germany where he meets a vampire girl, Hazuki. It turns out that Hazuki is confined in the castle against her will. She tries to turn Kouhei into her slave by sucking his blood, with the intent to have him break the device sealing her in the castle. Although Kouhei proves to be immune to the vampire's curse, he is eventually forced to help her. Hazuki successfully escapes from the castle and leaves for Japan to look for her mother.

When she arrives in Japan, she goes to Kohei's house where he lives with his grandfather, who agrees to take in the girl. Due to his own childhood experiences, the sympathetic Kouhei agrees to aid Hazuki in her quest.

However, other vampires, including Elfried and Count Kinkell, manage to track Hazuki to Japan. They will stop at nothing to retrieve her.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Saito, Chiwa
Morioka, Kouhei
Kamiya, Hiroshi
Ishige, Sawa
Yamazaki, Vanilla
Kakazu, Yumi
Midou, Seiji
Sakurai, Takahiro
Midou, Hikaru
Kadowaki, Mai
Saizen, Tadahisa
Mido, Ryuuhei


Clinkenbeard, Colleen
Producer, Script, ADR Director
Cook, Justin
Kubota, Mitsutoshi
Shinbou, Akiyuki
Director, Storyboard, Animation Check

Edit Opening Theme

#01: "Neko Mimi Mode" by Dimitri From Paris (eps 1-8,10-13,15-24)
#02: "Tsuku Yomi Mode" by Dimitri from Paris (eps 9,14)

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Pressentiment triste" by marianne Amplifier feat. yuka (eps 1-2, 9, 14, 19)
#2: "Kanashii Yokan (悲しい予感)" by marianne Amplifier feat. yuka (eps 3-6, 8, 10-13, 15-16, 18, 20-24)
#3: "Nami no Toriko ni Naru You ni (波のトリコになるように)" by Noriko Ogawa (ep 7)
#4: "Just for my love" by Mai Kadowaki & Miyu Matsuki (DVD ep 19)
#5: "Neko Mimi Mode" by Chiwa Saito played Hazuki (ep 25)

More reviewsReviews

Aug 31, 2008
Dorcas_Aurelia (All reviews)
This series is for those who prefer their vampires to be cute as kittens more often than they are dark and brooding. The mood of the series, like Hazuki's personalities, tend to alternate between the two, although it generally works better when emphasizing the moe aspects, which it does a lot. That said, people with an aversion to cat-eared girls and little-sister types are advised to stay far away.

The plot tends to switch between stretches of seriousness and levity: the first two episodes deal with Hazuki meeting Kohei and escaping the castle, then settling into a silly daily routine before dealing with more villains a read more
Mar 17, 2008
Nezon (All reviews)
Tsukuyomi -MOON PHASE- is about a photographer who takes pictures of ghosts for a living. Kouhei the protagonist then encounters a vampire, whom tries to force him to become her slave.

Story: The story is quite simple, but isn't your typical romantic comedy anime. It focuses on the relationship between a human and a vampire, which can become pretty interesting if it can deliver it well. Every anime has its villain, and the bad guys really make the story interesting.

Art: The art isn't the best, and it doesn't appeal to the audience. The majority of the anime consists of dark colours, and in some read more
Jan 13, 2019
literaturenerd (All reviews)

Instead of reviewing the latest seasonal, I'm going to take readers back to a dark time in anime's past. The first days of On-Demand cable. The year is 2004. There is anime on a few channels like Cartoon Network and Sci-fi, but you don't have a lot of selection. If your local video store didn't carry a lot of anime, tough shit! Wait till Saturday and watch that rerun of Cowboy Bebop and Outlaw Star. Then something amazing happened! You could actually go to the On-Demand section and pick from dozens of anime, anytime you want.

So what anime were available? Nearly all the top anime read more
Aug 5, 2008
mlluu92 (All reviews)
Intro: Boy's job is to take pictures of the supernatural. Boy's job leads him to castle to meet girl. Girl has multiple personalities and is a vampire. Boy brings girl home. Story unravels there.

Story: The story was actually decent in my mind. It was creative and it included everything one would ask for in an anime. DRAMA, ROMANCE, ACTION, and COMEDY. It although, lacked a decent ending and left a minor amount of questions un-answered, the story fell into place and connected to the next scene of the story. I have nothing really to complain with the story.

Art: The art was the noteworthy thing about read more


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