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2.346 out of 5 from 137 votes
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Asuza Noyama is just another 12-year-old girl in 5th grade, right? Wrong! She is known as “Azuki” to her classmates -- a nickname she was given in 1st grade, and which she absolutely hates. One day, a new student called Yuunosuke Ogasawara is transferred to her class, and when a classmate starts to tease her about her name, the new student defends her. Since the name was so unusual, it was the first that he had memorized! From that moment on, Azuki suddenly was proud of her nickname, and fell in love with Yuunosuke. The problem is… he’s a really popular guy! How can she beat the competition and gain his love?

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Azuki-chan Movie Movie 1995 TBD
Name Role
Yoshiaki KAWAJIRI Character Design
Masayuki KOJIMA Director
Yo TSUJI Music
Chika KIMURA Original Manga Creator
Eizo KONDO Producer

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Azuki-chan and Marmalade Boy are similar because their plots focus on a couple and all the trouble they go through to be together. You'll also find some love triangles (and even squares) in both. They are extremely funny and sweet.