In the 19th century, a Japanese girl named Yune arrives in Paris to work at the Enseignes du Roy. There she meets Claude Claudel, a blacksmith who makes street signs. Caught in a new cultural experience, both Yune and Claude learn from each other while they try to keep the shop open despite the declining customers. Once a popular marketplace, many nearby businesses are closing as they are engulfed by the waves of change. Experience culture shock at its cutest in Croisee in a Foreign Labyrinth.
Source: Sentai Filmworks. Will be replaced by a unique synopsis written by Anime-Planet and updated tags.
This show is incredibly frustrating for me. This isn't because it's poorly done. It isn't because it's badly written or the characters are flat or the animation is shoddy. No... It’s because this anime could have been so much more than it turned out to be. What frustrates me more than anything is the untapped potential of this show. It just needed a little more polishing and... read more
Very few anime can pull off what Ikoku Meiro no Croisee can. It perfectly balances lightheartedness with drama with a cast that's unforgettable, and it just brings about a sense of magic that can be felt fiercely.
Story: The story perfectly balances sadness and joy in the environment it is in and has created. The balance transitions very well from the dramatic aspect to the joyful aspect with... read more
|Ikoku Meiro no Croisée Special||Web||2011||TBD|
|Ikoku Meiro no Croisée Picture Drama||DVD Special||2011||TBD|
|Ikoku Meiro no Croisée: Yune & Alice||DVD Special||2011||TBD|
|Ikoku Meiro no Croisée||2007||TBD|
|Ikoku Meiro no Alice-chan||2011||TBD|