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Amagami Fan Club
Club URL: http://www.otakusocialnetwork.com/clubs/amagamiss
Membership: Public
Category: Anime > Action/Adventure
Members/Photos: 1/1
Location: United States, Florida, Miami
Created: 04/28/2011
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Amagami SS is a 2010 anime series based on the PS2 Dating sim Amagami. The series follows Junichi Tachibana, a second year high school student from Kibitou High who dislikes celebrating Christmas due to a past incident two years ago when his date stood him up on Christmas Eve which left him heartbroken. However, this Christmas will be different as his encounter with one of these six girls, Haruka Morishima, Kaoru Tanamachi, Sae Nakata, Ai Nanasaki, Rihoko Sakurai and Tsukasa Ayatsuji will finally open up his heart to love again. The anime adaptation is rather unique as it will be divided into several story arcs where each arc focuses on one of the main heroines who will become Junichi's love interest.[1] Two extra episodes which features Risa Kamizaki and Miya Tachibana as the heroines will be released on the 13th anime DVD on April 20, 2011.[2]

The anime is produced by AIC and directed and series composition by Yoshimasa Hiraike, scripted by Noboru Kimura and Touko Machida, music by Toshiyuki Omori, character design by Hiroaki Gohda and art and sound direction by Maho Takahashi and Satoki Iida respectively.

The first opening theme, "i Love" by azusa, ran from episode 1 to 13 and was released on July 21, 2010. The second opening theme, "Kimi no Mama de" (君のままで?, "Just Being You") by azusa, ran from episode 14 to 25 and was released on October 20, 2010.

The ending themes varies from arc to arc. The first ending theme, used for episodes 1 to 4, is "Kimi no Hitomi ni Koishiteru" (キミの瞳に恋してる?, "I Love Your Eyes") by Shizuka Itō, and was released on July 21, 2010. The second ending theme, used for episodes 5 to 8, is "Kitto Ashita wa..." (きっと明日は...?, "Surely Tomorrow Will...") by Rina Satō, and was released on August 18, 2010. The third ending theme, used for episodes 9 to 12, is "Anata Shika Mienai" (あなたしか見えない?, "I Can't See Anything But You") by Hiromi Konno, and was released on September 15, 2010. The fourth ending theme, used for episodes 13 to 16, is "Koi wa Mizuiro" (恋はみずいろ?, "Love is Colored Like Water") by Yukana, and was released on October 20, 2010. The fifth ending theme, used for episodes 17 through 20, is "Koi wa Aserazu" (恋はあせらず?, "Love is Calm") by Ryōko Shintani, was released on November 17, 2010. The sixth ending theme, used for episodes 21 to 24, is "Nageki no Tenshi" (嘆きの天使?, "The Angel of Lamentation") by Kaori Nazuka and was released on December 15, 2010. The seventh ending theme, used in episode 25, is "Koi no Yukue" (恋のゆくえ?, "Love's Course") by Mai Kadowaki, scheduled for release on January 19, 2011. The eighth and final ending theme, used in episode 26 is "Suteki na Aru Hi" (素敵なある日?, "Nice Day") by Kana Asumi, also scheduled for release on January 19, 2011.
(Wikipedia)

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