TV Series Starring Satsuki Yukino
The story revolves around Haruka Nanase, a boy who has always loved to be immersed in water, and to swim in it. Before graduating from elementary school, he participated in a swimming tournament along with his fellow swimming club members, Makoto Tachibana, Nagisa Hazuki, and Rin Matsuoka. After achieving victory, each of the boys went their separate ways.
Time passed, and in the middle of their uneventful high school lives Rin appears and challenges Haruka to a match, showing Haruka his overwhelming power. Not wanting it to end like this, Haruka, gathers together Makoto and Nagisa once again and brings a new member named Rei Ryugazaki to create the Iwatobi High School Swimming Club in order to defeat Rin.
At the request of his older sister, student Hōtarō Oreki joins Kamiyama High School's Classic Literature Club to stop it from being abolished, joined by fellow members Eru Chitanda, Satoshi Fukube and Mayaka Ibara. The story is set in Kamiyama City, a fictional city in Gifu Prefecture that the author based on his real hometown of Takayama, also in Gifu. The fictional Kamiyama High School is based upon the real life Hida High School.
Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle
Daimon Kaito would be a completely average high school student except for one thing: he's a demon at solving puzzles.
Koyomi Aragi is in his third year of high school, but he is no normal guy, he was briefly a vampire but thanks to a homeless man he succeded in starting to become human again.
Tomoya doesn't care about school as much as he should and doesn't take his studies seriously. As such, Tomoya discovers that he doesn't fit in with the rest of the kids at his school who are busily trying to study for entrance exams. When Tomoya meets a girl named Nagisa, alone and without friends, he takes it upon himself to help her. Little does Tomoya know, his life will be shifted in a completely different direction.
Based on the manga series of the same name created by Hideaki Sorachi, this show is a Japanese animation that takes place in Edo, Japan (former name of present day Tokyo). In the early 17th century, Japan adopted strict isolation policies and severed almost all ties with foreign countries.
The plot follows a team of mercenaries known as Lagoon Company, who smuggle goods in and around the seas of Southeast Asia. Their base of operations is located in the fictional city of Roanapur in Thailand, and they transport goods in the PT boat Black Lagoon. Lagoon Company does business with various clients, but has a particularly friendly relationship with the Russian crime syndicate Hotel Moscow. The team takes on a variety of missions - which may involve violent firefights, hand-to-hand combat, and nautical battles - in various Southeast Asian locations and when not doing much, the members of the Lagoon Company spend much of their down time at The Yellow Flag, a bar in Roanapur.
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
This is a Japanese murder mystery series that aired on TV Saitama. The show takes place in 1983 in a small village called Hinamizawa, and focuses on a group of friends. Despite the villages peaceful appearance, each year, a person is mysteriously murdered. The crimes eventually gets to the friends, and paranoia leads to even more murders.
Eriko and her friends Yuma and Ayano are excited about entering high school. Their excitement leads to their breaking of the rules when they toured the school before the opening ceremony. They find out their preconceptions about the all female school may not be as true as they had first thought. Despite that, Eriko and her friends are joined by new friends. They aim to get through high school life together.
From creator, Kubo Tite, comes the story of a world where death lurks impalpable to an everyday human's eyes. Kurosaki Ichigo, along with his family, runs a local clinic. Ichigo has the unusual ability to see poltergeists but rather than react with surprise he merely sees it as an annoyance.
Known for its Space Western theme, Trigun is about a man named "Vash the Stampede" and the two Bernardelli Insurance Society employees who follow him around in order to minimize the damages inevitably caused by his appearance.
In the year 2075, mankind has reached a point where journeying between Earth, the moon and the space stations is part of daily life. However, the progression of technology in space has also resulted in the problem of the space debris, which can cause excessive and even catastrophic damage to spacecrafts and equipment. This is the story of Technora's Debris Collecting section, its EVA worker, Hachirota "Hachimaki" Hoshino, and the newcomer to the group, Ai Tanabe.
Full Metal Panic!
Sousuke Sagara, a seventeen year old military specialist working for the secret organization MITHRIL, has been assigned to protect the latest "Whispered" candidate Kaname Chidori. To complete this task Sousuke will have to deal with enemies from his past as well as the occasional panty thief. Unfortunately for Sousuke, the toughest part of his mission isn't only protecting Miss Chidori but also getting used to living an average High School students life, no easy task for someone raised on the battlefield.
R.O.D - Read or Die
Five years have passed since the occurrence of the incident known as the "Human Annihilation Mission." In Japan, a novelist is dealing with writer's block after her friend has gone missing. In Hong Kong, three sisters, masters in the use of paper, run their own detective agency to solve cases that involve books. When these people are brought together, a bond greater than blood is formed - a bond that will be sorely tested by the evil powers intent on taking over the world.
Join Anita, Maggie, Michelle, and Nenene as they travel the globe in order to save the world from the evil mastermind, Mr. Carpenter! Of course, that's if they can find the time to put down the books they're reading...
Keitaro Urashima is determined to be accepted into Tokyo University, the hardest Japanese University of all to get into, because of a promise he made to a girl when he was young... a girl whose name he can't even remember. After failing to get into Tokyo U twice, he is kicked out by his parents and goes to live with his Grandmother at her hotel, but it seems it has been turned into an all girls boarding house. What's more, much to his surprise and to the tenants disgust, Keitaro is made manager of the boarding house.
Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 (JP)
This is a remake of the OVA series that was released in the late 1980s. It's the year 2040, and Tokyo is in the process of being rebuilt following a devastating earthquake. The Genom Corporation has mass produced a population of humanoid-looking robots called Boomers to perform much of the menial tasks around the city. However, some of the boomers have started "going rogue" and destroying things. Even the appointed AD Police squad is having a hard time with them. Enter the Knight Sabers, a mysterious group of women, who are ready to battle any rogue boomers with their specially designed armored hard suits. Related series include: Bubblegum Crash, AD Police, and Parasite Dolls. Opening Theme: "Y'know" by Akira Sudou Ending Theme: "Waiting for You" by Akira Sudou Characters Priss Asagiri - lead singer of the rock band Seikria. (Blue Knight Saber) Linna Yamazaki - newly employed office worker for Hugh-Geit (Green Knight Saber) Nene Romanova - communications officer with the AD Police (Red Knight Saber) Sylia Stingray - owner of the Silky Doll boutique and lingerie shop (Silver Knight Saber) Leon McNichol - AD Police officer Daley Wong - AD Police officer Nigel Kirkland - mechanic and owner of K's Garage Mackey Stingray - Sylia's younger brother who helps out Nigel Quincy Rosenkroitz - chairman and president of Genom. He's kept alive by external machines in his advanced age. Brian J. Mason - CEO of Genom. He hopes to take over the world along with Rosenkroitz but has a deeper agenda. Meisio Henderson - Sylia's butler.