Nijiiro Days - Netflix

The manga follows four high school boys who are all friends. They do not belong to any club and just like to hang out with each other. Natsuki, the protagonist, is a hopeless romantic who has crush on a girl named Anna. His three other friends keep meddling with their relationship.

Nijiiro Days - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-10

Nijiiro Days - Shugo Chara! - Netflix

Shugo Chara! (しゅごキャラ!, Shugo Kyara!), also known as My Guardian Characters, is a Japanese shōjo manga series created by the manga author duo, Peach-Pit. The story centers on elementary school girl Amu Hinamori, whose popular exterior, referred to as “cool and spicy” by her classmates, contrasts with her introverted personality. When Amu wishes for the courage to be reborn as her would-be self, she is surprised to find three colorful eggs the next morning, which hatch into three Guardian Characters: Ran, Miki, and Su. Shugo Chara! is serialized in the magazine Nakayoshi and published by Kodansha in Japan. Del Rey has licensed the English language manga rights, releasing the first volume on March 27, 2007. It won the 2008 Kodansha Manga Award for best children's manga. Shugo Chara! has also been adapted into a fifty-one episode anime television series of the same title produced by Satelight under the direction of Kenji Yasuda and debuted on October 6, 2007 on TV Tokyo. On July 20, 2008, Anime News Network reported that the Shugo Chara! anime would be continued for a second year under the title Shugo Chara!! Doki—, the first episode airing on October 10, 2008; the official anime website later announced an October 4, 2008 start date. On October 3, 2009, Shugo Chara! began featuring another series. The new program, Shugo Chara Party! containing Shugo Chara!!! Dokki Doki and Shugo Chara Pucchi Puchi! follow the current anime series as its power-up. The last episode aired on March 26, 2010.

Nijiiro Days - Anime - Netflix

Shugo Chara! was adapted into an anime television series of the same title in 2007. The television series is produced by Satelight under the direction of Kenji Yasuda and was first broadcast on the Japanese network, TV Tokyo. Consisting of fifty-one episodes, the first episode, “A Guardian Character is Born!” (しゅごキャラ誕生!, Shugo Kyara Tanjō!), aired on October 6, 2007. The episodes are rebroadcast by five other networks within a few days after the initial broadcast on TV Tokyo. Six pieces of theme music by the J-pop group Buono! are used for the first season—two opening themes and four closing themes. The opening theme for the first twenty-six episodes is “Kokoro no Tamago” (こころのたまご, lit. “Egg of the Heart”); and the last twenty-five episodes, “Minna Daisuki” (みんなだいすき, lit. “I Love Everyone”). The closing theme for the first twelve episodes is “Honto no Jibun” (ホントのじぶん, lit. “True Self”); episodes thirteen to twenty-six, “Ren'ai Rider” (恋愛 ライダー, Ren'ai Raidā, lit. “Love Rider”); episodes twenty-seven to thirty-nine, “Kiss! Kiss! Kiss!”; and the last twelve episodes, “Gachinko de Ikō!” (ガチンコでいこう!, lit. “Compete And Go!”). There are also four insert songs, all sung by Nana Mizuki: “Meikyū Butterfly”, first sung in episode 12; “Black Diamond”, first in episode 39; “Heartful Song”, first in episode 47; and “Taiyou ga Niau yo”, first in episode 93. A second year of episodes, under the title Shugo Chara!! Doki— (しゅごキャラ!!どきっ), began airing the week after the fifty-first episode, on October 4, 2008; previously, Anime News Network reported that it was scheduled for October 10, 2008 on AT-X. Two opening themes sung by Shugo Chara Egg! and another two by Guardians 4 have been used; the opening theme for the first twelve episodes is “Minna no Tamago” (みんなのたまご, lit. “Everyone's Egg”); the second is “Shugo Shugo!” (しゅごしゅご!, lit. “Guardian Guardian!”), used in episodes sixty-five to episode seventy-six; and the third opening is “Omakase♪Guardian” (おまかせ♪がーデイアン, lit. “Leave it to the♪Guardians”), by Guardians 4. The fourth and final opening is “School Days” sung by Guardians 4. The ending theme is “Rottara Rottara” (ロッタラ ロッタラ, lit. “Lotta Love Lotta Love”) by Buono!. A second ending theme, “Co-no-Mi-chi” (co·no·mi·chi, lit. “This Road”), also by Buono!, took its place from episode 69 to 76. The third ending, “MY BOY”, also sung by Buono!, started showing from episode 77 to 89. The fourth ending theme is called “Take it Easy!”, also sung by Buono!, took its place from episode 90 and onwards. The opening theme for the Shugo Chara!!! Dokki Doki segment is “Watashi no Tamago” (My Egg) performed by Shugo Chara! Egg, while the opening for Shugo Chara! Party itself is “Party Time!” by Guardians 4. The first ending is “Bravo! Bravo!” performed by Buono!. Crunchyroll announced on November 19, 2008 that it will be streaming Shugo Chara! with English subtitles along with other anime series from TV Tokyo. On August 25, 2009, Anime News Network reported that a new series will premiere in Japan on October 3, 2009. This series is titled Shugo Chara Party! featuring anime and live-action segments contains the Anime Shugo Chara!!! Dokki Doki, the “power-up” of the Shugo Chara!! Doki— anime as its main segment and Shugo Chara Pucchi Puchi!, anime shorts starring Ran, Miki, Su, and Diamond. Director Kenji Yasuda continued to oversee both Shugo Chara!!! Dokki Doki and Shugo Chara Pucchi Puchi!.

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