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Time of Eve イヴの時間

In the not-too-distant future, androids have come into common usage. Rikuo
Sakisaka, who has taken robots for granted for his entire life, one day
discovers that Sammy, his home android, has been acting independently and
coming and going on her own.
The Twelve Kingdoms 十二国記
The Twelve Kingdoms tells several stories from the world of the Twelve
Kingdoms, located on several islands accessible through magic. On the
islands, magic works and societies similar to classical China exist. While the
inhabitants of the Twelve Kingdoms are aware of the existence of our world,
the reverse is not true.
Spice and Wolf 狼と香辛料Ōkami to Kōshinryō
Spice and Wolf's story revolves around Kraft Lawrence, a 25-year-old
traveling merchant who peddles various goods from town to town to make a
living in a stylized historical setting with European influences.
One night when stopped at the town of Pasloe, he finds in his wagon a pagan
wolf-deity girl named Holo who is over 600 years old.
Skip Beat! スキップ・ビート
It is the story of Kyoko Mogami, a 16-year-old girl who discovers that her
childhood friend and romantic goal, Sho Fuwa, only keeps her around to act
as a maid and earn his living expenses, as he works his way to become the top
pop idol in Japan. Furious and heart broken, she vows to get revenge by
beating him in show business.
Baka and Test バカとテストと召喚獣
The story centers around a boy named Akihisa Yoshii, also known as the idiot
or "Baka" of the titled anime. He attends Fumizuki Academy, a school where
the staff rigidly divides the students based on the results of their academic
scores.
Freedom Project
Freedom Project is a Japanese promotional project by Nissin Cup Noodles for
their 35th anniversary in 2006
Princess Jellyfish 海月姫Kuragehime
Princess Jellyfish centers around Amamizukan, an apartment building in
Tokyo, where the only tenants are otaku women, and where no men are
allowed.
Heaven's Memo Pad !の"#$Kami-sama no Memo-
chō
NEET detectives and insomniac children living on Dr. Pepper and leek.
Eden of the East %の&'(
On Monday, November 22, 2010, ten missiles strike against uninhabited
areas of Japan, claiming no victims. This apparent terrorist act is referred to
as "Careless Monday" and disregarded by most people.[citation needed] The
series begins three months later, on Sunday, February 13, 2011, when a
young Japanese woman named Saki Morimi visits Washington D.C. as part of
her graduation trip. When she gets into trouble, a mysterious Japanese man,
who introduces himself as Akira Takizawa, helps her through it. The man
appears to have no memory and is completely naked, carrying only a gun and
a cell phone charged with \8.2 billion in digital money. While they are coming
back to Japan, they learn that a new missile has hit their country.
Revolutionary Girl Utena )*+,-テ.Shōjo Kakumei
Utena
Let's not go into it, shall we.
The Familiar of Zero /0の123Zero no Tsukaima