Ai Yori Aoshi

Ai Yori Aoshi Series

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The anime adaptation of Fumizuki Kou's manga features Kaoru Hanabishi, a normal every day college student. For years, he lived independently and alone. One day, his entire life gets turned upside down. He meets a young woman about his age one day at the train station. She appears lost and is searching for someone. In kindness, Kaoru lends a hand, without knowing that he was who she was searching for.

Aoi Sakuraba is the only daughter of a wealthy family. As such, her hand is well sought after. Unfortunately for her family, she already has her heart set on Kaoru, her betrothed. As a gesture of good faith, her parents allow them to live on the same property, with her acting as the landlady and her caretaker as the owner. Poor Kaoru has been reduced to playing the part of a tenant.

Of course, they don't know about all the other women who will be moving in with them...

How will Aoi and Kaoru explore their love with so many distractions? Will Aoi be able to cope with the number of love rivals?

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Novalisk's Ai Yori Aoshi Tv Review

Rated: 8

So I enjoyed every part of it; it does worth the time, believe me! ^^
If you like hare-anime, you're going to enjoy it, but if you don't...well give this a try, because it's a bit more serious, than most of them.

Throughout the filler episodes we will get very much humor.
It's the best watched together with your friends!

One good point is it's rewatchability. I've already seen it 3 times.

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Member Opinions

Shimazaki Shimazaki

Great Romance Anime, great animation and the story is nice as well although you get the feeling that the romance here is on hold most of the time and is more into comedy but still a anime to recommend everyone who likes Romance/Comedy animations


Got both series recently at a good price, but had seen for some time before. As with most of this generation of harem titles, I really wish they'd get to the ending (I couldn't care less about the more modern ones, for several reasons).

Summer67 Summer67

Great: Those two have to be the cutest anime couple alive. The series wound up having that 'harem' stuff go on, but I liked that they didn't go way over the top with it, and kept it a more 'natural' way. It was enjoyable to watch a couple that didn't know each other but due to circumstances were to be married, grow to actually actually get to know and like each other. It's not always smooth sailing but, with a lot of friend support and communication things seem to work out.

back07 back07

Kaoru Hanabishi, a college student who lives alone, met a beautiful but bewildered girl dressed in kimono at train station. He volunteered to guide her way to the address she was looking for, which looked like in his neighborhood but turned out to be an empty lot. Not knowing what to do next, Kaoru invited the devastated girl to his apartment and asked for additional clue -- a photo with two children whom Kaoru immediately identified as himself and Aoi Sakuraba, his childhood friend. It turned out that the girl in front of him is Aoi Sakuraba herself, his betrothed fiancée who came all the way to Tokyo to marry him. Her revelation was not only surprising but also reminded the deepest part of Kaoru's memory for why he left the Hanabishi family in the first place.

ghost945 ghost945

relationships rather well presented but falls into the category of one male several female surrounding scenes. suppose anime is to fullfil things that you don't get in reality. hence, the main female lead being portraited as dedicated all her life to the main male lead. found the male lead pretty selfish vs. female lead.

bleachsenafan bleachsenafan

Ai Yori Aoshi is a very adorable series that I enjoyed watching. This is another series that can actually happen in real life. That's why I enjoyed it. It has romance, drama moments, a lot of comedy into it, and it even has a triangle. But it ended the way I wanted. The reason I gave it a 8.75 is because I was at least expecting a little more from the main characters, what they did in the series was good - but I wanted to see more echiness - <.< That's just me though. Overall the series was cute.

Damanex Damanex

A solid story with amazing and wonderful characters. It gets into more of a romantic comedy then I would say a shojo title where that is mostly romance. It also has a lot of fan service with is always a plus in my book.

DiEs2882 DiEs2882

another gentle love anime...

in my perspective...
aoi is belldandy ( ah! my goddess ) in human term...
a pretty, faithfull, honest, caring, great at chores...
a strong yet so fragile one...

the story...?
actually enjoyed the story right from the start...:)

it is great anime to see...

Onikami Onikami

I was pleasantly surprised when I watched this Anime. It turned out to be a lot better than I expected. The characters were all enjoyable and the story was really cute. The ending left me wanting more, but I suppose that's not really a bad thing. Just wish Enishi was longer than it was.

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