As Professor Hanamoto and the other stragglers prepare to move on from art school, Yuta ponders how love can bring meaning to life, even when unrequited.
Chapter 2–1 – "And then... we start to spin again."
Chapter 2–2 – "But, if you won't come to realize it unless you do that, you should go." – "I couldn't even say it if I wanted to"
Chapter 2–3 – "I can't believe it... It takes 9 hours." – "I don't want to see your tears"
Chapter 2–4 – "The one who first became unable to bear it was me. I had noticed..." – "I won't let you go anywhere"
Chapter 2–5 – "Yes, he had been permitted to be kind to her and receive kindness in return..." – "Happy, yet in pain."
Chapter 2–6 – "It's no good... I have no right to deprive him of it." – "We never did make it to the beach"
Chapter 2–7 – "The thing from that time is burned into my mind and won't go away..." – "Going forward... towards the light"
Chapter 2–8 – "I didn't know anything." – "We didn't know"
Chapter 2–9 – "Oh, God. Please help her..." – "I feel powerless"
Chapter 2–10 – "Where have you gone?" – "When I was younger, I saw God"
Chapter 2–11 – "Please don't take painting away from me..." – "Please give me your life"
Chapter 2–12 – "Time will pass, and the day will come when everything has become a memory." – "Honey and Clover, and..."
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Both Honey and Clover II and Bokura ga Ita feature sweet, slow-paced, relationship-centered stories that are surely to melt one's heart. Both series also feature top-notch soundtracks and are sure to absorb the viewer into the characters that are hard not to love.
Bokura ga Ita is less comedic and more melodramatic in slightly less mature way, but it shares some resemblence with Honey & Clover II in how they develop their romances in such melancholic ways. So if Honey & Clover made you shed a tear, then try out Bokura ga Ita.
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Both shows are strongly sentimental offerings that explore the meaning and value of both love and sentiment. The big question here is, 'what is the value of love that has failed, or died - in whatever way'?
Rika, Mayama and Yamada's relationship from Honey and Clover really reminds me of Natsuyuki Rendezvous. Both shows have a somewhat melancholic feel to them and yet are lively with the characters' everyday activities, passions and concerns. I would recommend them both.
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If you enjoy the serious storylines and the comical ones present in either series, then you'll no doubt enjoy them in the other. While we can enjoy the characters longer in Honey and Clover, you still get to feel the same emotional and sometimes strange lifestyles that these characters display in Hanbun. Both make you fall in love with the situations of each character and their well defined lives.