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Anime Profile: Honey and Clover

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Honey and Clover Hachimitsu to Clover(γƒγƒγƒŸγƒ„γ¨γ‚―γƒ­γƒΌγƒγƒΌ) Honey and Clover
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Honey & Clover(alternate spelling) Hachikuro
Released
  24 TV Episodes(season 1), 2 specials
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  12 TV episodes(season 2)
Dates
  April 14, 2005
Company
  JC Staff, Dentsu, Fuji TV, Shueisha, Asmik
Creator
  Chika Umino
Director
  Kenichi Kasai
Genre
Comedy, Drama, Romance Comedy, Drama, Romance
Characters
Ayumi Yamada Ayumi Yamada
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Hagumi Hanamoto Hagumi Hanamoto
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Shinobu Morita Shinobu Morita
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Anime Characters: Honey and Clover

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Ayumi Yamada Ayumi Yamada Nakamura Tatsuyoshi Nakamura Tatsuyoshi
Hagumi Hanamoto Hagumi Hanamoto Ooshima Matsukichi Ooshima Matsukichi
Shinobu Morita Shinobu Morita Professor D Professor D
Takumi Mayama Takumi Mayama Rika Harada Rika Harada
Yuta Takemoto Yuuta Takemoto Rokutarou Rokutarou
Chouko Chouko Shuuji Hanamoto Shuuji Hanamoto
Kazuhiko Hasegawa Kazuhiko Hasegawa Takemoto Mitsuko Takemoto Mitsuko
Matsuda Ichiro Matsuda Ichiro Yamazaki Kazushi Yamazaki Kazushi
Megami Hasegawa Megami Hasegawa    

Anime Description: Honey and Clover

Honey & Clover tells the story of three struggling art college students named Yuuta Takemoto, Takumi Mayama, and Shinobu Morita. They share the same apartment together. Unfortunately, the three students live in poverty, and are only able to obtain pleasure in the small things in life.

Honey & Clover depicts the life, loves and struggles of these three students, and soon they all meet a very young-looking but talented 18-year old named Hagumi Hanamoto. Together, they learn the ups and downs of college living. For these students, life reflects art, not to mention a struggle for the next meal.

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