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Love HinaRabu Hina (kana:ラブ ひな) ("Love Hina")Love Hina
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Love Hina
Released
25 TV episodes, 2 OVA specials25 TV episodes, 2 OVA specials
Dates
2002 [2000]
Company
Bandai Ent., Bang Zoom! Ent.Kodansha-Love Hina Production Committee/TV Tokyo
Creator
Ken Akamatsu
Director
Genre
Comedy, RomanceComedy, Romance
Related
Love Hina AgainLove Hina Again
Characters
-- listed below ---- listed below --

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Characters: Love Hina

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Haruka Urashima Haruka Urashima Mutsumi Otohime Mutsumi Otohime
Kaolla Su Kaora Suu Naru Narusegawa Naru Narusegawa
Keitaro Urashima Keitaro Urashima Sarah McDougal Sera McDougal
Mitsune Konno Mitsune Konno Shinobu Maehara Shinobu Maehara
Moe Moe Seta Noriyasu Seta Noriyasu
Motoko Aoyama Motoko Aoyama

Description: Love Hina

When he was just a kid, Keitaro Urashima lived in the Hinata apartments (run by his grandmother) when he met a girl who would become a childhood sweetheart. She told him that if a young couple were to meet again in Tokyo University, they would enjoy a happy life together. Before the girl went away, they promised each other that they would fulfill that dream and meet again in Tokyo University.

Now, we turn to the present...where Keitaro is still trying to get into Tokyo University. Just then, his grandmother calls. It seems she wants Keitaro to come back to the Hinata apartments. Needing a better place to study, Keitaro agrees.

There's just one problem. The place has since become a girls' dormitory! And when hapless Keitaro stumbles into the lives of the residents, he gets beaten a hair shy of a bloody pulp...until the news comes in. Girls, say hello to your new manager!

Then, to top it all off, one of the girls at Hinata bears an uncanny resemblance. Could she actually be his childhood sweetheart?

Such is love, such is life, such is Love Hina, a re-emergence of the romantic comedy genre that had taken a back seat after such memorable works as Maison Ikkoku and the Tenchi Muyo! series.

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