Junichi Asakura lives with his adoptive sister Nemu in the crescent-shaped island of Hatsune Jima, a place where cherry blossoms bloom throughout the year. In this island, people have ... See full summary »
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Kanako Hattori ...  Tomo-chan unknown episodes
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Junichi Asakura lives with his adoptive sister Nemu in the crescent-shaped island of Hatsune Jima, a place where cherry blossoms bloom throughout the year. In this island, people have mysterious powers and attributes. For example, Junichi has the power to see other people's dreams, and he was also taught by his grandmother to magically create sweets. One day, Junichi's cousin and childhood friend, Sakura Yoshino came back from America all of a sudden. To Junichi's surprise, she looks exactly the same as the girl that moved away six years ago, and hasn't aged one bit. And she came back to remind Junichi of their childhood promise... It is a bittersweet tale of magic, love, hidden desires, and unattainable dreams. Written by Anime News Network

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Followed by D.C. II: Da Capo II (2007) See more »

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Don't waste your time
17 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

I found this show unsatisfying for a number of reasons.

The plot (or "plot") was nonexistent. After each episode I wondered what it was that I'd just watched. In the last eight episodes, a sort of "plot" was thrown in--sort of--but it really was just a poor excuse to justify producing this show. I did watch the entire thing, because I kept thinking "It has to get better than this". By the time I realized that Da Capo would never get any better, I was already almost done with the show and decided to finish it off. I wish I hadn't. If you're into shows that feature dull, non-action, no-point episodes strung together on a clothesline, then this just might be the one for you.

The character designs were very regular, often too regular, especially in the case of the main character, who's skin literally was the same color as his hair, only watered down a bit. And all the girls were pretty much the same except with different hair styles.

The music was as basic and bubbly as background music can be.

Then there were times where I'd just wonder what the heck the producers were thinking when they made this show. For example, the character Cat Man--a man with a giant cat head who wanders around after the gaggle of high school girls in a rather pedophile way. I mean, what were they thinking? "You know, this show's missing something...what we need is a new character, like...a man with a giant cat head...yeah, perfect!" And that's just one example. There are so many things wrong with this show, and the ending hardly tied up the loose ends. In fact, it wasn't really a conclusion considering that the show was lacking the plot department.

Basically, I don't recommend it. It's not even fun to make fun of. This show bored the heck out of me. Don't follow my example.


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