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Japanese: ななみちゃん


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2004 to Jan 8, 2005
Premiered: Fall 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Robot
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Comedy, Kids
Duration: 5 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.391 (scored by 288 users)
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Ranked: #56112
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Popularity: #7175
Members: 820
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Michi and her family have just moved into the Happiness House, a huge tree with all sorts of little buildings and houses built on and inside of it. Upon exploring what is to be her new bedroom, Michi finds an odd nut-like object. Before long, a strange creature, Nanami-chan, hatches out of it. The two become fast friends. Together, Michi and Nanami-chan learn all kind of new things, and everyday they meet more eccentric residents of the Happiness House.

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Jul 20, 2008
Sometimes, one has to put themselves in the shoes of the intended audience of a work to fully appreciate it. Nanami-chan’s a good example of this – it’s very obviously made for small children with short attention spans. With only 12 five-minute episodes in this first season, you would think it would be a series that anyone who can appreciate a good kid’s show will enjoy. Unfortunately, that’s not entirely true.

Our story begins when a little girl named Michi and her parents move into an apartment complex of sorts in the form of treehouses. When Michi investigates her new room, she finds an odd fruit read more
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