IO (Minato KOYO)

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Blue Phobia

Blue Phobia

Deep below the earth, there exists a mineral called the Seasapphire that causes those who touch it to develop an illness that dyes them a deep blue. Despite this, there are many who would claim this beautiful ore that had once been confined to the abyss as their own, conducting experiments in the pursuit of profit while casting aside their ethics. An amnesiac man called Kai is caught up in these experiments, but when a young woman with blue extremities breaks him out of the facility, he comes face to face with the shocking truth behind himself and the Seasapphire experiments.

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Children of the Sea

Children of the Sea

When Ruka was younger, she saw a ghost in the water at the aquarium where her dad works. Now she feels drawn toward the aquarium and the two mysterious boys she meets there, Umi and Sora. They were raised by dugongs and hear the same strange calls from the sea as she does. Ruka's dad and the other adults who work at the aquarium are only distantly aware of what the children are experiencing as they get caught up in the mystery of the worldwide disappearance of the oceans' fish.

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Ritou no Umi

Ritou no Umi

In a faraway archipelago to the south, there is a beautiful, sun-drenched island with pristine beaches, gentle waves, and a laid-back atmosphere. Umi Kohama was raised on the island and works as a diver. Along with her coworkers and other residents, Umi enjoys her idyllic life.

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Ocean

Ocean

It's been years since Marie was saved from the ocean, and has lived on a solitary island ever since. Her first and only friend is Canu, a strange creature from the sea. But she hasn't seen Canu in awhile, and ventures out to find it...

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Ryuuguu Fantastica

Ryuuguu Fantastica

Seven years ago, Yura found Nao washed up from the sea. No one knows who he is or where he came from. Her parents took him in, and he's been living as her "little brother" for seven years, but now that is going to change...?

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Suzunone

Suzunone

The night of his coming-of-age ceremony, Mihara Kouki lost his memory. The one thing he remembers is the moment "someone pushed him". Relying on this tiny memory, Kouki will face his past self while pursuing his own relationships (with other people) — as he chases the criminal, he yearns for these relationships(to create bonds with others)! He enters a human drama where he reels in the thread of memory!

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Let's Lagoon

Let's Lagoon

A boy awakens on a desert island, unable to remember how he got there. He found the remains of a lifeboat with a few days’ worth of food, a survival kit, clothes and a trip schedule. Luckily, he soon discovers that one of his classmates, Chika, also is on the island. Together, the two catch fish, build a raft and try their best to survive and wait for help – not to mention try to remember how they came to be on the island.

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Umineko no Naku Koro ni Tsubasa

Umineko no Naku Koro ni Tsubasa

Each year, the Ushiromiya family gathers at the secluded mansion of its patriarch, the elderly Kinzo. It has been six years since Battler joined his cousins at the annual event, but their happy reunion is overshadowed by worsening weather and an eerie premonition from his youngest cousin. When their parents’ conversation turns to the division of the inheritance upon Kinzo’s imminent death, Battler and his cousins reminisce about the stories their parents teased them with as children-tales of the witch, Beatrice, who haunts the island’s forest. But when people start dying unnatural deaths, Battler can’t help but wonder…

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Pink Napoleon Fish

Pink Napoleon Fish

Chappy's only strong point is his cooking. While working at a hotel on a quiet island he meets Natsu, who shows him a whole new world in Diving. Together they search for the Pink Napoleon fish that is said to bring happiness.

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Tropic of the Sea

Tropic of the Sea

Yosuke Yashiro's ancestors have been Shinto priests at the local shrine for generations, and the high school boy is poised to take over the family tradition. Their shrine is different from most - it houses the mysterious "mermaid's egg", which is said to ensure the town's safety and the sea's prosperity. However, mere stability isn't enough for some people, and one day Yosuke's father shows the egg to reporters in order to increase tourism for the small town. Soon, crowds of tourists start to accumulate, and huge buildings spring up along the shoreline. But there's not much room for the old beliefs amidst this rapidly urbanizing and tourist-obsessed town, and as the surrounding sea becomes increasingly volatile, it is apparent that certain local legends are real, and do not approve of recent developments.

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