Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO

YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world.

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Alternative Titles

English: YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world.
Synonyms: Yuno
Japanese: この世の果てで恋を唄う少女YU-NO


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2019 to Oct 1, 2019
Premiered: Spring 2019
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 23:00 (JST)
Studios: feel.
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Sci-FiSci-Fi, DramaDrama
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.571 (scored by 3152731,527 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #55722
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1389
Members: 109,157
Favorites: 308
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Takuya Arima is a young student whose father, a historian who has conducted various researches, disappeared recently. During a summer vacation Takuya receives a peculiar package from his missing father, along with a letter containing information about the existence of various parallel worlds. At first Takuya doesn't take it seriously, but soon he realizes that he possesses a device that allows him to travel to alternate dimensions. Is his father alive, after all? If so, where is he?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Arima, Takuya

Hayashi, Yuu


Ozawa, Ari

Takeda, Eriko

Kobayashi, Yuu

Shimazu, Mio

Kugimiya, Rie

Hatano, Kanna

Uchida, Maaya

Ichijou, Mitsuki

Oonishi, Saori

Arima, Ayumi

Nazuka, Kaori

Asakura, Kaori

Maeda, Rena






Hirakawa, Tetsuo
Director, Series Composition
Tanaka, Kazuya
Sound Director
Asami, Takashi
Episode Director
Yamada, Taku
Episode Director, Storyboard


Opening Theme

#1: "Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo (この世の果てで恋を唄う少女)" by Asaka (eps 1-17)
#2: "MOTHER" by Konomi Suzuki

Ending Theme

#1: "Shinri no Kagami, Tsurugi no You ni (真理の鏡、剣乃ように)" by Konomi Suzuki (eps 1-17)
#2: "Kami no Suushiki (神の数式)" by Asaka

Oct 1, 2019
Otorez (All reviews)
Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO, which I will actually rename « Kono Yuno » was a really good show mixing very different genre such as supernatural, sci-fi, school or even drama.

I won't be spoiling the main plot since it represents the core of what makes the anime interesting. The story itself looks easy & simple to understand if you read the synopsys or take a quick look at one of the previews. However, I have honestly rarely seen such a complex and surprising story in a show. Indeed, each mysterious part gets resolved progressively but then, you discover than it delivered 2 read more
Oct 1, 2019
phiraeth (All reviews)
I'm an admittedly biased reviewer of this story considering I've read the original YU-NO visual novel from 1996. However, I don't believe this disqualifies me from giving an accurate review of the anime.

YU-NO is unique in that as the 'grandfather of the modern visual novel', its story is much of a prototype of some of the most popular time-travel/sci-fi stories today. It has influenced numerous highly regarded works such as Steins;Gate, Island, and even Clannad. This review, however, is about how I personally feel about the story of YU-NO being told in this anime adaption and why.

Story (6/10)
This story starts out as a slow burner, read more
Oct 1, 2019
ploopploop (All reviews)
If you are into shows that cover alternate dimensions, time travel and pretty much traveling between dimensions then this might just be the one you've been looking for. It gives a lot vibes from Steins Gate, one of my all time favorites and it honestly kept me desiring for more until the final arc.

The final arc is notorious. It is awfully obvious that they simply just ran out of episodes as things will seem and feel very rushed story development wise. The first few episodes of the final arc will definitely blow you away by the new things it will add to the overall read more
Oct 1, 2019
HaXXspetten (All reviews)
Watching YU-NO is like researching a piece of anime history disguised as a piece of entertainment media. It's something that really would have been far more impactful had it aired 20 years ago than it is today, but nevertheless it's interesting to watch for educational purposes perhaps more so than the story itself.

In essence, YU-NO is based on a classic visual novel from all the way back in 1996. At the time of its release, there wasn't really anything else like it on the market. Visual novels back then were still relatively unambitious and it wasn't really a medium attempting any grand storylines until YU-NO read more

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