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Mahoraba: Heartful days


Alternative Titles

Japanese: まほらば ~Heartful days~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2005 to Jun 27, 2005
Premiered: Winter 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.451 (scored by 7,471 users)
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Ranked: #17402
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2232
Members: 16,373
Favorites: 92
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Ranked #1740Popularity #2232Members 16,373
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Episodes: /26

Synopsis

Shiratori Ryuushi is a young artist-in-training, about to start studying at a vocational school. Arriving at his new lodgings, Narutakisou, he finds himself the focus of attention for the collection of weirdos that inhabit the place. He also meets and falls for the landlady, Aoba Kozue, who seems to be both lovely and charming. However, Kozue is not what she seems to be... in fact, she's more.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Aoba, Kozue
Aoba, Kozue
Main
Arai, Satomi
Japanese
Arai, Satomi
Shiratori, Ryuushi
Shiratori, Ryuushi
Main
Shiraishi, Ryoko
Japanese
Shiraishi, Ryoko
Kurosaki, Sayoko
Kurosaki, Sayoko
Supporting
Fujiwara, Mioko
Japanese
Fujiwara, Mioko
Chanohata, Tamami
Chanohata, Tamami
Supporting
Horie, Yui
Japanese
Horie, Yui

Staff

Kimura, Shinichiro
Kimura, Shinichiro
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Theme Song Lyrics
Suzuki, Youhei
Suzuki, Youhei
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yamada, Yasunori
Yamada, Yasunori
Script, Series Composition
Nagai, Tatsuyuki
Nagai, Tatsuyuki
Storyboard


Edit Opening Theme

"Daiji Da・I・Ji" by Saiki Mia and Shiraishi Ryoko

Edit Ending Theme

"Boku no SPEED de" by Chihiro Yonekura



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Archaeon
Jan 7, 2008
When I was younger, people often treated mental illnesses as if they were a joke or an excuse. People suffering from depression were often called lazy, schizophreniacs were shunned, more serious cases of mental illnesses were put away - out of sight, out of mind. Because of these beliefs, and because of some atrocious acts which were sensationalised through national media, all mental illnesses became tarred with the same brush. It's only in the last few years that society has become more accepting and understanding of the suffering caused by mental illnesses on the part of those suffering from them, and those who care for, read more
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AegisReborn
Jan 31, 2008
When watching an anime series, above all else, there are really only two important distinguishing qualities that make good anime great: storyline and character. What makes Mahoraba absolutely a joy to watch is the cast of dynamic characters who we learn to love throughout the series. The characters in Mahoraba are very unique but genuine. They each have their own quirks and faults and as the story progresses, we learn a little more about each of them. It's funny how in the first few episodes, everyone tends to pick their favorites. I did the same thing, and there were even read more
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MonroeAnime
Nov 8, 2015
Mahoraba is definitely an interesting anime, on the surface, it looks like nothing more than a slice of life, typical, boring anime with no plot and uninteresting characters. After watching it, I was pleasantly surprised by it actually.

Story, 7/10: There really isn't a main plot to the show, instead they supplement it with some small stories that may or may not come back in later episodes. The show focuses more on characters backgrounds, which adds to the stories as well. That being said, the pacing can be a bit off some times, certain things that occur do so very suddenly, sometimes with little read more
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Antipanda
Jan 26, 2008
Honestly I look at this entire series as the Cutest case of multiple personality disorder ever.
It's a light hearted .. and truely funny and endearing tale of a boy who wants to write childrens books .. and the crazy people he lives with.
If you want to focus on the 2nd main character and her personalities .. thats great .. each one of them is great in a crazy way .. :D

But honestly if your looking for a accurate portrayal of MPD... then go read a medical journal ...

Antipanda Highly Recommends this series for a good laugh and some really interesting characters. read more
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