Kuzu no Honkai - Winter 2017

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Kuzu no Honkai

Drama, Romance, Ecchi

Airing Date:
January 12, 2017


Honey’s Highlights

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Oh wow. This seems so dramatic! A couple who seems normal but have a dark secret? I wonder what it is!
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You do realize that this is riddled with ecchi right? It will be drama and romance, but it also has a lot of ecchi as well.
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Don’t spoil it for me! I am still reading the manga! I really like Hanabi and Mugi. I feel like Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga shuraba sugiru, Nana, Nisekoi, and Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji are similar.
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Well I could see Nana and Ore no Kanojo being VERY similar due to relationship issues but the other two… maybe?

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Love that can’t be confessed. Love that never ends. Unrequited love.
Is it such a beautiful thing?

Hanabi Yasuraoka is in her second year in high school, and she is in love. However, while wanting more than anything else to be with the person she loves, she is trapped in the endless cycle of hurting people important to her, and hurting herself along the way. This story is about a love that is as pure as anything.

Three Episode Impression

Describing Kuzu no Honkai's plot as a love triangle feels like an understatement, with the number of one-sided feelings in the show translating into something much more like a hexagon. But the series is thus far doing an amazing job of capturing the difficulties and pains that come along with romance, particularly the unpredictability that can accompany it. Although the series has no qualms in showing, in detail, the physical intimacy between the characters, it's done in such a way that even we can feel their awkwardness, discomfort, and lust, making for some scenes which are very engaging, but at the same time uncomfortable and difficult to watch. Although an overall high standard of voice acting and writing contributes to the atmosphere of the show, one of the real standout things so far is the art style, which is perfect for making characters look either cold and unfeeling or incredibly alive, through their eyes and expressions. The one concern with the series is just how painful it might get to watch, with every character some far having some kind of romantic hardship, all of which only look like they'll get worse as the story unfolds. Looking like it will be the best serious romantic drama series in a while, Kuzu no Honkai's first three episodes have been a great taste of what's to come, but also a warning of the heartache we may have to endure.

Characters & Voice Actors List

Hanabi Yasuraoka

Voice Actor: Chika Anzai

17 years old. 2nd year high school student. Hanabi has excellent grades in school and is in a class for advanced students. She cooks for herself and is adept at household chores. She has a straightforward personality.

Mugi Awaya

Voice Actor: Nobunaga Shimazaki

Mugi is in the same school and year as Hanabi. He has fair skin and soft and smooth hair. The reasons why he and Hanabi met are unknown.

Narumi Kanai

Voice Actor: Kenji Nojima

Hanabi’s homeroom teacher who teaches Japanese. He has known Hanabi since she was young and she calls him 'onii-chan.'

Akane Minagawa

Voice Actor: Aki Toyosaki

The music teacher at Hanabi and Mugi’s school. She has a feminine demeanor, and is popular with the students. She was Mugi’s tutor in middle school and calls him 'Mugi-chan.'

Sanae Ebato

Voice Actor: Haruka Tomatsu

Hanabi’s best friend. While they were classmates in their first year, they were placed in different classes in their second. Still, they get along well and eat lunch together.

Noriko Kamomebata

Voice Actor: Shiori Izawa

Mugi’s childhood friend. She calls him 'Prince' and harbors feelings for him. She detests being called by her real name and prefers to be called Mottomo Kawaii Ko (meaning The Cutest Girl) or 'Moka.'

Other TitleScum's Wish
Theme Songs
  • Opening Song: Uso no Hibana by 96 Neko
  • Ending Song: Heikousen by Sayuri

Main Staff
  • Original Creator: Mengo Yokoyari
  • Director: Masaomi Andou
  • Script: Makoto Uezu
  • Series Composition: Makoto Uezu
  • Character Design: Keiko Kurosawa
  • Animation Director: Keiko Kurosawa
  • Sound Director: Jin Aketagawa
  • Music: Masaru Yokoyama

For more information: Official Website

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