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Koi Kaze


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Koikaze, Love Wind
Japanese: 恋風

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2004 to Jun 18, 2004
Premiered: Spring 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Studios: A.C.G.T.
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.341 (scored by 15,950 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #21522
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1318
Members: 41,187
Favorites: 311
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Ranked #2152Popularity #1318Members 41,187
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

Saeki Koushirou works as a wedding planner, but his own love life is a shambles. His background makes it difficult for him to commit himself wholeheartedly to love. The child of a divorced couple, he lives with his father. He has a mother and a sister, but he has not seen them in years. After being dumped by his girlfriend, a chance encounter with a female high school student shakes Koushirou's calm and awakens new feelings in him—but he learns that the girl is in fact his sister, who will now be staying with his father and him. Yet, the feelings in Koushirou's heart...

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kohinata, Nanoka
Kohinata, Nanoka
Main
Nakamura, Yuki
Japanese
Nakamura, Yuki
Saeki, Koshiro
Saeki, Koshiro
Main
Miyake, Kenta
Japanese
Miyake, Kenta
Chidori, Kaname
Chidori, Kaname
Supporting
Okamura, Akemi
Japanese
Okamura, Akemi
Tamaki, Ouko
Tamaki, Ouko
Supporting
Shimizu, Risa
Japanese
Shimizu, Risa

Staff

Omori, Takahiro
Omori, Takahiro
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Watanabe, Takashi
Watanabe, Takashi
Episode Director, Storyboard
Kobayashi, Tomoki
Kobayashi, Tomoki
Episode Director


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"Koi Kaze" by éf

Edit Ending Theme

"Futari Dakara" by Masumi Itō




More reviewsReviews

LilleFluff
Jul 31, 2008
I have never seen any other anime that has had such a great impact on me, and I don't expect to find any either. Koi Kaze is simply outstanding in the way it handles this story, which is very much taboo in our society.

First of all, Koi Kaze lacks all those annoying anime clichés that usually put me a bit off when watching a series. There are no girls who are supposed to be 15 but act like they are 10 and speak with the voice of a toy rabbit. Instead, we get a realistic portrayal of a teenage girl who actually acts naturally. read more
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NeverKnowsBest26
Jul 15, 2011
Amongst all the adrenaline-pumping action, zany comedy, melodrama, and over-the-top lunacy of anime, there are a rare few series that go out of their to seriously deal with sensitive issues. Koi Kaze is one such series. It is a gentle, honest, and ultimately heart-breaking story that deals with an issue most other shows would avoid (or in the case off anime, play of as a joke). Needless to say the exploration of taboo is not something everyone enjoys. However, Koi Kaze explores its issue with a maturity and truthfulness that makes it a true gem.

The issue in question is incest (with a large age difference read more
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ralphy0103
Aug 24, 2009
Koi Kaze (13 Episodes)

There's only one way to put this series and that's simply amazing. The series Koi Kaze is one of those rare gems that truly stimulate the human mind and lets it's audience in on the real nature of life and how something like incest that might be grotesque to some can actually be something so beautiful. I'll admit I was a bit skeptical at first but Koi Kaze demonstrated how a masterpiece should convey it's characters feelings, emotions, and problems.

Koi Kaze is about an ordinary man named Koshiro who works as a wedding planner.He lives at home with his father and goes read more
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AironicallyHuman
Feb 20, 2008
Let me start this review by saying Koi Kaze is the most depressing story I've ever seen. A love that cannot blossom does just that gradually throughout the series, with the viewers’ sense of dread building along with the story. This isn't for kids.

There are MINOR spoilers when I'm describing the story/characters below. Nothing too major, but I thought I'd mention it in case the reader wants to go into Koi Kaze knowing near to nothing.

Plot: 9.7/10

The plot of Koi Koze is very simple -- A brother and a sister who haven't seen each other since they were very little start living together (along with read more
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