Kanon ist ein Anime des Studios»Toei Animation Co., Ltd.«mit dem Hauptgenre Sentimentales Drama. Beschreibung: Weil seine Eltern beruflich ins Ausland. Kanon ist eine von Toei Animation im Jahr produzierte Anime-Fernsehserie, die auf dem Computerspiel Kanon basiert und durch eine OVA fortgesetzt wurde. Im Jahr entstand eine gleichnamige Neuverfilmung der Serie. Kanon ist ein Anime des Studios»Kyoto Animation Co., Ltd.«mit dem Hauptgenre Sentimentales Drama. Beschreibung:»Kanon «ist die zweite.
Kanon (2006)Tsukimiya Ayu - Kanon (KEY) - Image # - Zerochan Anime Image Board · kanon · Kanon Scan 03 - Kanon Artbooks · Kanon () · Tsukimiya Ayu -. Kanon ist eine von Toei Animation im Jahr produzierte Anime-Fernsehserie, die auf dem Computerspiel Kanon basiert und durch eine OVA. Kanon () is an Anime that I feel doesn't get the recognition it deserves within the Anime community. It's made by the same animation studio behind Clannad.
Kanon Anime Navigation menu VideoKANON 2006 OPENING (OP) Kanon ist eine von Toei Animation im Jahr produzierte Anime-Fernsehserie, die auf dem Computerspiel Kanon basiert und durch eine OVA fortgesetzt wurde. Im Jahr entstand eine gleichnamige Neuverfilmung der Serie. Kanon ist eine Anime-Fernsehserie, die von Kyōto Animation im Jahr produziert wurde. Sie basiert auf der Handlung des gleichnamigen Computerspiels. Kanon ist eine von Toei Animation im Jahr produzierte Anime-Fernsehserie, die auf dem Computerspiel Kanon basiert und durch eine OVA. Kanon ist ein Anime des Studios»Kyoto Animation Co., Ltd.«mit dem Hauptgenre Sentimentales Drama. Beschreibung:»Kanon «ist die zweite.
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Language: Japanese English. Runtime: 22 min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit page. Add episode. Clear your history. Yuichi Aizawa 24 episodes, Yuichi Aizawa 23 episodes, Nayuki Minase 22 episodes, Akiko Minase 21 episodes, Ayu Tsukimiya 20 episodes, Ayu Tsukimiya 19 episodes, Akiko Minase 19 episodes, Mai Kawasumi 15 episodes, Shiori Misaka 14 episodes, Shiori Misaka 13 episodes, Jun Kitagawa 13 episodes, Sayuri Kurata 11 episodes, Kaori Misaka 11 episodes, Makoto Sawatari 11 episodes, Makoto Sawatari 10 episodes, After school, he joins Ayu in her search for a precious object, with no results.
That night, he brings Mai some dinner. Mai is implicated by the student council for some broken windows. Yuichi visits Mai again at night, but Makoto attracts the attention of the night watch.
Makoto runs away from Akiko's house after a heated quarrel with Yuichi. Yuichi searches for Makoto at night, and finds her in the shopping district.
Shadowing her, he follows her to the hill overlooking the city and discovers that she found a stray cat. He takes both of them home, and the cat is named Piroshiki.
Yuichi and Sayuri convince Mai to take part in the upcoming ball. Piro and Akiko fall ill, and Makoto and Ayu take care of them.
Makoto Nakamura Shino Hiramatsu. At first, Mai makes a good impression at the ball, but the lights are destroyed and Mai is again implicated.
When Mai faces expulsion, Sayuri convinces the student council to reverse the punishment by agreeing to join the council. On Mai's birthday, Sayuri is injured by the monsters Mai hunts.
Mai resolves to end the fighting once and for all. As Mai and Yuichi fight the monsters together, Yuichi traces another fragment of his lost memory.
Yuichi learns about Shiori's condition and Kaori's silence. Prompted by Nayuki, Yuichi spends an entire day with Shiori, forging happy memories.
Makoto falls ill, and Yuichi discovers her true identity. Yuichi and Ayu watch a movie together, and as they become closer, Nayuki is heartbroken.
Ayu takes Yuichi to her school, but they make a startling discovery. Yuichi remembers what happened to Ayu, seven years ago, as well as the thing she was searching for—a little angel doll.
Nayuki, Kaori, and Jun help him unearth the doll. Akiko is hit by a car in a blizzard. Ayu, in order to let Yuichi use the doll, asks him to let her go as a final wish.
It is now spring, and Mai and Sayuri have graduated. Although Akiko is on the road to recovery, a rift still remains between Nayuki and Yuichi.
On the day Yuichi is scheduled to leave and transfer to another school, Nayuki sees a familiar name tag at the hospital. The spring has come since Yuichi reunited with Ayu, and everyone else's lives are back on track.
However, when Mishio visits Makoto's birthplace, a miracle happens before her eyes. Yuichi Aizawa returns to the snowy town he used to stay as a child seven years ago, under the roof of his cousin, Nayuki Minase, and her mother, Akiko Minase.
Nayuki reintroduces Yuichi to his surroundings, during which, other characters are introduced to most of the main cast, if only in passing.
Today is Yuichi's first day at the local high school, and is admitted into Nayuki's class. As Yuichi is walking home to buy food for dinner, he runs into Ayu Tsukimiya, the girl from the day before, in the exact same situation.
As they are walking home, they run into a quiet first-year student. When he goes to shop for groceries, a mysterious girl attacks him, but is exhausted from hunger.
Bringing the girl that attacked him home, Yuichi finds out she has amnesia and it quickly becomes apparent that the only thing she is able to remember is that she has a grudge against him.
Despite Yuichi wanting to hand her over to the police, Akiko lets the girl stay, and as she begins to stay longer, she recalls her name being Makoto Sawatari.
At school, Yuichi sees the same first-year student from the day before standing in the courtyard; she introduces herself as Shiori.
Yuichi reminisces about events of the past seven years ago concerning his first meeting with Ayu. Nayuki makes Yuichi return to school to retrieve her school notes she borrowed to him, and as he is leaving the premises, he runs into a third-year student, Mai Kawasumi, who is wielding a sword.
Yutaka Yamamoto. Yuichi runs into Mai and her friend, Sayuri Kurata, who invites him to eat lunch with them. When Makoto goes to buy food for Akiko, she uses the money to buy volumes of manga and nikuman.
While Yuichi wants to scold Makoto to make her learn her lesson, Akiko simply decides to give Makoto her own allowance.
Nayuki remembers that she has to buy things for dinner, but Yuichi is reluctant to go into the store with her. Moments after Nayuki leaves him waiting on the sidewalk, a strange girl named Ayu Tsukimiya collides with him with little warning.
They decide to meet up again another day and Ayu scampers off. A few days after he has been in the city, Yuichi is accosted by a girl named Makoto Sawatari who has lost her memories , though still remembers that she has a grudge against him from when he last visited the city.
After she collapses in the street, he takes her home and learns about her situation. Akiko gives her permission to live with them for the time being, which is against Yuichi's plan to hand her over to the police.
Another girl who is connected to Yuichi's past is Mai Kawasumi who attends his high school as a third-year.
She takes it upon herself to fight and defeat demons at night while the school is deserted. Yuichi coincidentally meets a fifth girl named Shiori Misaka who he gets to know along with the other four heroines in the story.
She has suffered from an unexplained affliction since birth which makes her weak to the point of missing school because of it.
Yuichi starts to talk with her more after noticing her in the school courtyard one day. It turns out that Shiori stands outside on the school grounds nearly every day because she wants to meet someone dear to her.
Most of Kanon ' s development staff originally worked for the visual novel publisher Nexton under the brand Tactics.
After the release of the brand's third game One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e , most of Tactics' staff left Nexton to pursue work in another publishing company where they could have the freedom to produce their next game.
Art direction was headed by Key's artist Itaru Hinoue who worked on the character design and computer graphics. The music in the game was composed by OdiakeS , Shinji Orito and Jun Maeda.
Kanon was released as an adult game on June 4, in limited and regular editions, playable on a Windows PC as a CD-ROM.
An all ages version of the Standard Edition was released on January 28, The first consumer console port of the game was released for the Dreamcast on September 14, by NEC Interchannel.
BD-Game, a brand of Visual Arts. A PlayStation Portable PSP version of the game was released in Japan on February 15, by Prototype.
The first release of the PSP version came with a special DVD featuring a message from five of the voice actors and a recompiled opening video from the video game version.
Yui Horie as Ayu Tsukimiya voiced the short introduction of the DVD, but was not featured in the contents of the DVD itself.
A downloadable version of the PSP release via the PlayStation Store was released by Prototype on November 9, The only exception was Yuichi, who was not voiced in either version.
However, the PSP release features voice acting for Yuichi, provided by Tomokazu Sugita. Five adult light novels written by Mariko Shimizu and published by Paradigm were released in Japan between October and August The basis for each novel was one of each of the five heroines and had titles that were taken from the musical themes pertaining to each character in the original game.
To make up for the missing erotic content, Shimizu wrote additional content for each volume. A set of five drama CDs were released between September 29, and April 27, , with each volume focusing on a different heroine.
The show, produced by Movic , was hosted by Yukari Tamura and Tomoko Kawakami , the voices Mai Kawasumi and Sayuri Kurata, respectively. The voice actors from Kanon were also featured as guests.
Five CD compilation volumes containing all of the show's broadcasts were released between August 30, and April 26, The first Kanon manga illustrated by Petit Morishima was serialized in MediaWorks ' manga magazine Dengeki Daioh between the February and July issues.
Aside from the prologue in volume one and the epilogue in volume two, the other four chapters concern four of the main heroines.
From chapters one through four, the main heroines presented are: Shiori Misaka, Makoto Sawatari, Mai Kawasumi and Ayu Tsukimiya.
To make up for Nayuki not getting a chapter of her own, the story is altered in that Nayuki is in most of the scenes Yuichi is in. Near the end of each of these girls' stories were originally intended to give the viewer the remaining answers, but the manga version ends these girls' stories prematurely.
There have also been many releases of manga anthologies produced by different companies and drawn by a multitude of different artists.
The first volume of the earliest anthology series, released by Ichijinsha under the title Kanon Comic Anthology , was released in November under their DNA Media Comics label.
Between June and August , Ohzora also released five separate volumes of manga based on Kanon drawn by five separate artists.
The now-bankrupt publisher Raporto also released 21 manga anthology volumes titled Kanon under their Raporto Comics label between November and October Later, a single original video animation OVA episode titled "Kanon Kazahana" was released in March While it does not appear as the ending theme in the first 12 episodes or in the OVA, the game's ending theme "Where the Wind Reaches" is used as the ending theme for the series in episode Starting in , Kyoto Animation , the animators of another Key game-turned-anime, Air , decided to animate a new adaptation of Kanon.
This version, directed by Tatsuya Ishihara  and written by Fumihiko Shimo , aired between October 5, and March 15, on BS-i , containing 24 episodes.
ADV Films announced on September 21, at the Anime Weekend Atlanta anime convention that they have officially licensed the second Kanon anime series.
The second TV Kanon animation features updated animation quality, and uses the same voice acting cast as the first anime, with the exception of Yuichi and Kuze.
Unlike the first anime, the actual theme songs from the Kanon game are used for the second anime's opening theme, ending theme and soundtrack.
There is one song featured as an insert song in episode 16 that did not come from the visual novel titled "Last regrets X'mas floor style " by Eiko Shimamiya from I've Sound 's first album Regret.
Other songs are used from the arrange albums released over the years, which include Anemoscope , Recollections , Re-feel , and Ma-Na.
The lyrics for both songs were written by Jun Maeda , and arranged by Kazuya Takase of I've Sound. The five heroines have leitmotifs. The first music album released was Anemoscope which came bundled with the original release of Kanon in June A compilation album containing tracks from the two albums was released in December called Recollections.
The first anime's first original soundtrack was released in May ,  and a second followed in July Five days before the first PS2 release for Kanon , a PS2 printer called Tapis MPR went on sale which enabled the user to print out game screens.
The end," resulting in an ending that does not expand on what could possibly happen afterwards. Out of titles, Kanon ranked fifth with 71 votes.
The second Kanon anime series was reviewed at Anime News Network where Theron Martin commented how the series is a "formulaic moe haremfest", and how the moe aspects of the series may make viewers "feel like they're drowning in a vat of gooey cuteness".
The series is described as being similar to the anime television adaptation of Air , saying "Like Air , the first four episodes can be simply summarized as 'male lead arrives in town and kills time interacting with cute girls.
The reviewer chalks this up to the characters "endear[ing] themselves to the viewer Yuichi is described as being "too erratic to be fully credible" or easily believable.
Martin adds another series comparison, citing Kanon as the "polar opposite of Gurren Lagann ", which deals primarily in its action-oriented content.
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