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Clannad

Tomoya Okazaki is a delinquent who finds life dull and believes he’ll never amount to anything. Along with his friend Youhei Sunohara, he skips school and plans to waste his high school days away. One day while walking to school, Tomoya passes a young girl muttering quietly to herself. Without warning she exclaims “Anpan!” (a popular Japanese food) which catches Tomoya’s attention. He soon discovers the girl’s name is Nagisa Furukawa and that she exclaims things she likes in order to motivate herself. Nagisa claims they are now friends, but Tomoya walks away passing the encounter off as nothing. However, Tomoya finds he is noticing Nagisa more and more around school. Eventually he concedes and befriends her. Tomoya learns Nagisa has been held back a year due to a severe illness and that her dream is to revive the school’s drama club. Claiming he has nothing better to do, he decides to help her achieve this goal along with the help of four other girls. As Tomoya spends more time with the girls, he learns more about them and their problems. As he attempts to help each girl overcome her respective obstacle, he begins to realize life isn’t as dull as he once thought. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

User Rating : 8.02

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Alternative Titles
Title : Clannad
English : Clannad
Japanese : CLANNAD
Synonyms :

Info
Type : TV
User Rating : 8.02
Episodes : 23
Premiered : fall 2007
Aired : Oct 5, 2007 to Mar 28, 2008
Genres : Comedy, Drama, Romance, Slice of Life, Supernatural
Duration : 24 min per ep
Rating : PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Broadcast : Fridays at 01:55 (JST)
Producers : Pony Canyon , TBS , Movic , Animation Do
Licensors : Sentai Filmworks
Studio : Kyoto Animation
Source : Visual novel
Season : fall
Themes : School
Demographics :
Rank : 540
Popularity : 77
Members : 1282285
Favorites : 26271
NSFW : No

Characters & Voice Actors

Fujibayashi, Ryou
Kanda, Akemi
Japanese
Fujibayashi, Kyou
Hirohashi, Ryou
Japanese
Furukawa, Nagisa
Nakahara, Mai
Japanese
Ibuki, Fuuko
Nonaka, Ai
Japanese

Staff

Hatta Youko
Producer

Nakamura Shinichi
Producer

Ishihara Tatsuya
Director
Episode Director
Storyboard

Tsuruoka Youta
Sound Director

Aratani Tomoe
Episode Director
Storyboard
Key Animation

Ishidate Taichi
Episode Director
Storyboard
Key Animation

Theme Songs

OPENINGS
ENDINGS
“Megumeru ~cuckool mix 2007~ (メグメル~cuckool mix 2007~)” by eufonius
“Dango Daikazoku” by Chata

Recommendations

Kanon (2006)
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Air
Toradora!
Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai.
Little Busters!

User : randomvoice
overall : 5 story : 4 animation : 8 sound : 6 character : 3 enjoyment : 5
Review : Here’s the central problem with Clannad: it wants to tug your heartstrings, so it doesn’t think about anything else. Unfortunately for this show, this means that it ends up being utterly contrived, unrealistic, and outright stupid. This show expects us to believe that teenage girls act like five-year-olds. It expects us to care about these infantile, one-dimensional characters. It expects us to have genuine emotional reactions to the ‘blossoming relationships’ between our bland protagonist and these excuses for characters. Is this too harsh? Let’s look at the individual components that MAL expects us to rate anime by. STORY: To be fair, the anime didn’t have much to workwith, given that it was based on the original VN plot. Still, the outlandish (one word: Fuuko) and emotionally manipulative plot elements (most of the backstories that were explored) weakened what might otherwise have been a sweet, unpretentious slice-of-life drama/romance.

I mean: a story about a girl who is shy and h…

User : xbobx
overall : 9 story : 10 animation : 10 sound : 9 character : 9 enjoyment : 10
Review : “Poignant. Compelling. Heartbreaking. Clannad is one of the most cherished anime of all times.” The first time I watched Clannad was back in 2008, and I just finished re-watching it for the 3rd time this past few days. Now I realize that will take years before I watch something that does the same impact on me like this anime did. I was moved by it the first time I watched, and the third as well, but surprisingly in a different way. Throughout all anime history this is one of the most notorious series in the romance/drama genre, not only for the emotional load it carries butalso for the effects and different reactions it causes on the people who watched it.
The quote at the beginning of the review is from the description of the blu-ray edition. Of course they wouldn’t bad-mouth their own release on the disc cover, but it’s so honest and true that I couldn’t find a better way to introduce this review (I just removed the “and now it’s available in HD!” part, obviously.)

I’d like to star…

User : kekekeKaj
overall : 3 story : 2 animation : 6 sound : 6 character : 3 enjoyment : 3
Review : I have to thank “Clannad”, for increasing my Japanese vocabulary and introducing me to a new word. While watching “Clannad” at my local anime society, I could feel a certain something radiating from it. I’d encountered similar feelings before in other anime, but never quite so strongly. By the end of the show, I picked up a new word to go with that feeling. That word is “moe”. I’d never come across the word before “Clannad”, but I sure as hell knew its meaning afterwards. The word categorises a feeling that originates from the sweetness of the female characters, a sweetness that oozes from their characterdesigns to their voices to the way they behave. But it’s not a charming kind of sweetness that you get from, say, “Aria” or “Usagi Drop”. Rather, it’s a cloying kind of sweetness, the kind that makes my tooth ache and my stomach churn. I can’t stand this kind of sweetness because it feels so artificial, arising from a cynical, carefully engineered attempt to portray the girls as cute…
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