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Harukanaru Toki no Naka de ~Maihitoyo~

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Akane wonders if she really belongs in the land of Kyou when there is so little she can do to protect the city she loves like her friends and guardians, the Hachiyou, do. A chance encounter in the rain with a nameless man leads Akane on a search for the past he has forgotten, a past mysteriously tied to the cursed Sairyou dance, a dance said to kill any who attempt it. But there is much more to the kind man than Akane can imagine. As she begins to care for the lost stranger, Akane’s friends worry that she cannot summon her true strength to seal a spirit that haunts Kyou. Will Akane be able to unlock the power within her to finally bring peace to Kyou and to the man she grows to love?

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Name Role
Aki TSUNAKI Character Design
Toshiya SHINOHARA Director
Yoshihisa HIRANO Music
Tooko MIZUNO Original Manga Creator

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These two anime's will move your heart in ways you don't expect. If you liked one of them because of the intense emotions displayed in it, you will love the other equally much.

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chamomille

Both movies are gentle love stories which take place in medieval surroundings full of supernatural beings and fantastic creatures. If you liked one, you would surely like the other.

Rurouni Kenshin: Tsuiokuhen

Rurouni Kenshin: Tsuiokuhen

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chamomille

you may ask what is similar about those two anime, RK deals with samurais, while Harunakaru deals with the legends. Still I think if you liked one, you would like the other, because both anime are very romantic and they evoke the same feelings..both are very sad, so be prepared and don't forget to have a lot of tissues close to you.

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chamomille

Both series take place in medieval times. They are based on legendary fights of priestesses and monks (miko and onmyouji) against evil creatures and vengeful ghosts. Masahiro and Yasuaki are both disciples of famous historical onmyouji Abe no Seimei. If you are interested in this traditional japanese esoteric science, you can observe their methods in very popular and enjoyable way.