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Sono Hi, Watashi wa Koi wo Shiru

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Watanabe

Watanabe

Watanabe, an alien student from 20,000 light-years away, comes to homestay with the Tokino family to gather material for his thesis on Earthling behaviour. He follows around the various family members asking mostly funny but sometimes profound questions about their work, their loves, their polluted air... When he's not being sent on errands or punched in the face, at least.

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Ashita Dorobou

Ashita Dorobou

Kyouichi Miyasako is the star employee at his company. Why does he work so hard? He doesn’t know either. What he does know is that he sorely misses his girlfriend… the one he broke up with in college because he couldn’t put up with her hobbies any further. One day, an ominous black sphere mysteriously appears in the skies and shoots a laser beam in his direction. He doesn’t get hit, of course, but when the smoke clears, guess who he sees?

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Nejimakiboshi to Aoi Sora

Nejimakiboshi to Aoi Sora

This is the tale of a boy whose mother was killed in a meteor strike on their island home 6 months ago – something everyone knows was the crashing of an alien ship but no one will confirm – who one day quite literally has a girl drop out of the sky on him. She at first takes him hostage from people hunting her but it eventually comes out that she’s from outer space and if there’s one thing that this boy’s mother taught him, it is to NOT leave a damsel in distress…

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60-centi no Onna

60-centi no Onna

Mu, an alien, just moved into the apartment next door, 60 centimetres away from the room of Ken-chan, an unsuccessful graphic artist, at the Venus Manor. The man is driven mad by her mysterious charm. Soon, Mu starts to work at a cabaret, Ken and the people around him get caught up in an unusual commotion due to Mu's free-spirited and mysterious charm.

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Kumika no Mikaku

Kumika no Mikaku

In a world where aliens live harmoniously with humans, there exists a kind of alien that doesn’t need to “eat” the way humans do. Hailing from the impoverished planet of Chlorodium #2, where food is a luxury, these aliens live by inhaling microorganisms from the air. Kumika, an uptight, earnest office worker, is one such alien from Chlorodium #2. When a sudden cold leads to her being unable to “feed” herself her usual way, her coworker Chihiro comes to her rescue with a nice warm pot of udon noodles! After a lifetime of never having to eat human food, will Kumika ever get used to getting “hungry”?”

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Mumurin

Mumurin

On his way back to his home planet, Pokomuu, the spaceship breaks down and Mumurin tries to take off in an emergency. He ends up in the room of Kota, a Japanese elementary school student.

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50 Million Km

50 Million Km

Dr Kim works at the Korean equivalent of NASA. He has talent, brains and is unparalleled with his programming skills. One day, he hacks into the Mars Rover and catches the glimpse of an alien. Unfortunately, the device wasn't recording at the time and so he has no proof and clearly no one believes him. And as fate may have it, that alien has come to Earth believing she had been caught on video and wanting nothing more than delete that proof before her boss finds out. Misunderstandings ensures as the two characters meet and are forced to work together as a new group of aliens start stirring trouble on Earth.

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Grand Doll

Grand Doll

On his way home from school, the shy young boy Tecchin finds the body of a young girl lying in the street. He alerts the police, only to come back to find she has been replaced with a life-sized doll. Tecchin takes the doll home and repairs it. She comes to life and tells him that they are both Grand Dolls, alien beings bent on world domination.

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Micchan to Albert

Micchan to Albert

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Uchuu Kazoku Carlvinson

Uchuu Kazoku Carlvinson

When the ragtag crew of the Carlvinson saw a spaceship crash land on a planet below, they had no idea they’d stumble across a now-orphaned baby girl! With none of her kind in sight, the cat-like Beruka, brain-faced Tah, robot Andy and the rest of the gang decide to raise little Corona until her people can be found. The very unorthodox “parents” and “extended family” of the Carlvinson will watch Corona grow from a baby to a young child, and will participate in mock dragonfly rescues, family field days, and more! But soon a transmission reveals that someone is coming to retrieve Corona – will Corona’s adopted family lose her forever?

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