Top 10 Ecchi Romance Anime [Updated Best Recommendations]

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While there are plenty of ecchi and romance series about, shows often have some difficulty straddling the two genres, with the more ecchi series not being taken seriously, and the more romantic series lacking in ecchi. Hopefully, our previous Top 10 Ecchi Romance Anime list remedied this problem a bit by providing you with some shows that do manage to hit both birds with one stone for the ultimate ecchi romance combo.

With new shows being released, though, and some great older shows still in need of a shout out, we're back to give you an updated list of the very best ecchi romance anime about. We hope you enjoy.

10. Mayo Chiki!

  • Episodes: 13
  • Air Date: July 2011 - September 2011

Gynophobia, fear of women, is not a hugely common problem to have, but given how his home life revolves around getting beaten up by his wrestler mum and sister, it's no surprise that Kinjirou Sakamachi has developed such a fear. But everyone has their own problems, and he's about to find out one of Subaru Konoe's. Walking in on Subaru in the school bathrooms, Kinjirou discovers that the school's famed butler is, in fact, a girl! After some understandable complications regarding the bathroom peeping, Subaru's master Kanade Suzutsuki makes Kinjirou sign a contract, agreeing that he won't disclose the crossdresser's secret, as long as they help him get over his gynophobia.

Although a pretty run of the mill harem series at first glance, Mayo Chiki stands above many of its peers and is one harem show worth recommending for both it's ecchi and romance aspects. Additionally, if you happen to enjoy watching the main character getting constantly beat on then that's a plus. While there are of course numerous girls hanging around, the relationship between Subaru and Kinjirou is especially cute, partly due to their unusual predicament and partly because Subaru is adorable. While there is no second season, Mayo Chiki is a series that'll have you hunting down the novel to find out what happens next.


9. Yosuga no Sora: In Solitude, Where We Are Least Alone.

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: October 2010 - December 2010

After the death of their parents, Sora and Haruka Kasugano are returning to their old home, where they grew up as children, to make a fresh start in a familiar place. With old friends to catch up with and plenty of new friends to make, things seem to be looking up for the pair, at least on the surface. You see the bond between the two of them is much more complicated than that of regular siblings, and it's a bond that a third person could quite easily get in the way of. Prepare for plenty of hardships and drama, as the twins try to figure out what, and who, they really want.

If you've heard of Yosuga no Sora it's probably for one of two reasons: either the borderline hentai levels of ecchi or the incest. Frankly, though, if you can get over the incest part, then the ecchi is great, and the character interactions and story are pretty interesting to watch. As it's a visual novel adaptation, Yosuga no Sora is done in an omnibus format with each girl's route getting a few episodes before the timeline resets. Despite the resets, Sora and Haruka's relationship is built up very well throughout the series, leading to a very climactic final arc. Far too hot for TV and demonstrating some questionable moral content, Yosuga no Sora might not be for everyone, but it's probably the ecchiest romance anime you'll ever come across.


8. Nazo no Kanojo X (Mysterious Girlfriend X)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: April 2012 - July 2012

Akira Tsubaki and Mikoto Urabe are an interesting couple, as while he might seem pretty ordinary, she is very much the opposite. Sleeping in class, being generally anti-social, and carrying around a pair of scissors that she wields with a surprising degree of skill, Urabe's nature is quite a mysterious one. But how the two got together is the weirdest part: Akira tasted Urabe's drool while she was sleeping! After that, the two entered a bizarre, drool-fueled relationship that, although unusual, seems to be going fairly well.

One of the stranger romances we've come across, Nazo no Kanojo X's focus around drool is a fairly specific fetish, but none the less a pretty interesting story element to play around with. One of the nice things about the series is how Urabe and Akira are such a solid couple throughout when compared to a majority of other ecchi romance series, which tend to be harems. Besides the romance and ecchi of the series, another point worth making is the interesting choice of art style, which although obviously modeling itself on the manga, is also a nice throwback an older aesthetic that we don't tend to see anymore. A unique series to say the least, if you're not put off by the drool then Nazo no Kanojo X is a very interesting, if unusual, watch.


7. Netoge no Yome wa Onnanoko ja Nai to Omotta? (And You Thought There Is Never a Girl Online?)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: April 2016 - June 2016

Hideki "Rusian" Nishimura doesn't trust girls in online games. Not anymore. Not after the girl he liked crushed him by rejecting his marriage proposal and telling him she was an older dude. So who can blame him really, it's a sorry situation to end up in. Fast forward some years and Rusian has been proposed to by a cute fellow guild member named Ako, which he, with some degree of reluctance, accepts. But things start to get real when the guild decides to have an offline meeting, and he discovers that all his guildmates who he thought were male, are actually real girls at his school, including his in-game wife Ako.

Oh, my, it's just so adorable. NetoYome is perhaps the cutest show on this list, with Ako being just the sweetest girl in the world, if a tad clingy at times. She's also the one who's driving the romance forward like a charging bull, with apparently no one, least of all Rusian himself, being able to separate her from her "husband". While the Ako + Rusian pairing is quickly established, that doesn't stop the ecchi reaching the other girls, so look forward to half clothed cuties, inappropriate battle gear, and some sexy swimsuits.


6. Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry (Chivalry of a Failed Knight)

  • Episodes: 13
  • Air Date: July 2008 - September 2008

Very much a failed knight, despite getting into Hagun Academy, one of Japan's seven Mage Knight schools, Ikki Kurogane is an F-ranked student, the very worst. Despite this, he's still working to become a Mage-Knight: the dream of many Blazers, people who can control magical powers. In a turn of events not particularly helpful to his cause, at the start of his school term, Ikki accidentally peeps on Stella Vermillion, a first year A rank student, who challenges him to a duel so that she can destroy him and make him her slave. Only Ikki is not the lowly F-rank student that he would have us believe.

Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry kind of tricks you into thinking it's going to be a harem, when actually the pairing is quite quickly decided, with Stella and Ikki becoming a couple only a few episodes in. It's actually quite nice that the decision gets made because it means we can take the show's romance, as well as the series as a whole, a bit more seriously. Don't worry, though, there's still plenty of fan service too, as well as a dash of ecchi to top it off. With a big focus of the series being the fight scenes, if you're also a big fan of action anime then we'd definitely recommend Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry.


5. Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata (Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: January 2015 - March 2015

Tomoya Aki has decided it is time for him to make his mark and give something back to the otaku community he has long been a part of. A high-level otaku himself, Tomoya might be a fan of cute girls and dating sims, but that doesn't mean he has the skill to make a galge of his own. Fortunately, he happens to know a couple of very talented people who he can rope into his newly forming doujin circle, including a writer and an artist. He's still lacking one thing, though: inspiration. Enter Megumi Katou, normal high school girl who does the very opposite of stand out. But how can such a bland girl possibly help the three create a doujin game?

While not an overwhelmingly ecchi series, Saekano is known for its excellent fan service, often in the form of leggings, skirts, and short shorts. Basically, if you like legs, watch it. Anyway, although Saekano is essentially a harem, the dialogue and relationships between each girl and Tomoya are actually quite interesting, more specifically his development with Megumi, who is basically tagged as the main girl from the beginning. There's a quality that oozes from Saekano as if the series is flat out planned and written better than your standard ecchi romance series, which would likely explain its popularity along with the sequel airing next season. So be sure to catch up on Saekano before the April release of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭!


4. High School DxD

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: January 2012 - March 2012

High school student and pervert Issei Hyoudou has just had all his stars align and got himself a date with a kind and pretty girl. Only she's not a kind, pretty girl. She's a terrifying fallen angel that kills people for fun. Not what one usually looks for in a partner. As he lays dying, Issei is found by Rias Gremory, one of his school's most beautiful seniors, who offers him a chance to live on as a devil. Now Ria's servant and part of the Gremory peerage, Issei must adapt to his new life as a devil along with all the challenges and hardships that come with it. And boy is there gonna be a lot of challenges.

High School DxD is one of the cornerstones of the current ecchi romance genre, a series which other new series are compared against. It ticks all the boxes really: Constant ecchi and fanservice? Check. Progressing romance between the main protagonist and heroine? Check. Actual plot with interesting battles sprinkled with comedy? Check. It's not perfect, but it's as solid as a Nokia 3310. One really nice thing about High School DxD is that it just keeps going, with no apparent signs of stopping, and we all know how rare it can be to get so much as a second season out of a series. So if you want a show that gives you the whole package and with plenty of content, High School DxD might be the one for you.


3. Zero no Tsukaima (The Familiar of Zero)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: July 2006 - September 2006

Ripped from his normal life in our world to a land of magic and fantasy, Saito Hiraga has just been summoned as a familiar to a very cute, very flat mage. His new magic wielding master Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière, along with having an unreasonably long name, is also a very unique mage in her academy. You see, she didn't earn the nickname "Louise the Zero" for nothing, actually thinking about it, she did. Louise has zero magical ability, leading to the question, how did she manage to summon a human as a familiar? There's not much time for those concerns, though, as with the nearby kingdom of Albion under attack, and an ever growing unrest spreading throughout the continent, there are much bigger things for the mismatched pair to worry about.

Fantastically fun, Zero no Tsukaima is an "I'll just watch one more episode" kind of series that you will have no difficulty marathoning. It does a good job of balancing a magical world filled with comedy moments and fan service, with more serious story sections that are accompanied by some great character development and an ongoing sense of urgency. The romance between Saito and Louise is always at the forefront of the series, with their relationship playing a key role throughout the story as well as being super cute if a little violent. The fan service is in plentiful supply as well, with busty elves and maids about. A great series all around, we can't recommend Zero no Tsukaima enough.


2. Motto To LOVE-Ru

  • Episodes: 12
  • Air Date: October 2010 - December 2010

Rito Yuuki, the astoundingly normal high school boy, has a crush on his classmate Haruna Sairenji, the brilliantly plain high school girl. As one would expect in this situation, he is making a grand total of zero progress towards confessing to his dream girl, apparently satisfied with watching her from afar. It's at this point that the story gets shaken up a little, when cute alien girl Lala shows up in Rito's bathroom, naked, and on the run. After saving said run-away from her "pursuers", she decides to stick around her hero for a while: in his house, and in his class! And she's not the only space girl that's decided to drop by...

Alright so I have a disgusting bias towards the To LOVE-Ru series but you gotta trust me on this. To LOVE-Ru not only has some of the most well thought out ecchi content around, but has also managed to keep the romance between Rito, Lala, and Haruna reasonably relevant despite the enormous harem of girls in the series. Although it's the second season, Motto To LOVE-Ru is probably the best at balancing the ecchi and romance, as the first season veers off in a weird anime original way, and To LOVE-Ru Darkness (the third and fourth seasons) draws focus away from the main pairings towards other characters. Though with that said, all four series are well worth watching on their own merits. So if you really, really like fan service, with a dash of romance to keep things interesting, we highly recommend Motto To LOVE-Ru.


1. Bakemonogatari

  • Episodes: 15
  • Air Date: July 2009 - June 2010

It's been a long time since Koyomi Araragi was last normal. Part vampire, with some friends in supernatural places, his high school life is very much the short respite he gets in between absurdities. So it's only half a surprise when he sees a girl falling, or rather floating down the stairwell at his school. Catching her, he realises that she is virtually weightless, which is quite obviously not normal for a high school girl. Being unable to leave a damsel in distress, Araragi decides to help the girl, Hitagi Senjougahara, with solving her oddity related problems.

It feels a little odd calling Bakemonogatari an ecchi romance because it feels like there's so much more to it than that, but at its core, both of these genres are a key part of the series. Come for the fanservice, stay for the plot, Bakemonogatari is a fascinating collection of stories with a unique visual style and where the concept of a chronological order has been casually thrown out of the window. With regards to the romance, Senjougahara and Araragi's relationship is one of the most confusing, dysfunctional, and yet perfect relationships you will find in an anime series and a joy to watch develop. We think the Monogatari series is something that has to be watched regardless of your interests in fan service or romance, which are if anything the icing on this supernatural cake.


Final Thoughts

Whether you prefer the romance side or the ecchi, fanservice side of these series is very much down to the individual, but we hope this list covered both camps fairly.

So which series was your favourite? And which do you plan to watch next? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

Kristian

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Author: Kristian

British guy doing student things in Tokyo. Slice-of-life and moe anime are my speciality, though I think something good can be found in almost every show. Outside of anime I spend most of my time feeding on DotA 2 or studying Japanese in a quest to one day watch cute girls without subtitles.

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There are two kinds of comedy in anime as far as I can recall: Lewd and non-lewd comedy. It’s very self-explanatory… I think. Anyways, this top 10 list can easily be confused with other top 10s like our Top 10 Harem Anime because an ecchi or lewd romance-centric anime are more or less synonymous to Rom Com or Romantic Comedy, and harem anime tends to be in the rom com category.

To make this list differentiate itself, the following anime must have romance as one of its main themes and the main character had ended up with someone or at least has a potential in picking a partner. Oh, and the shows must be ecchi in nature.

Please be warned that some of entrants are very explicit and may be controversial. You have been warned.

You might wanna bring a box of tissues. You’ll never know when you’ll need it… for wiping off the blood after a severe nosebleed. W-What? I wasn’t implying something else.

10. Shuffle!

  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: July 2005-January 2006

Imagine a world where gods, demons and man peacefully coexist and interracial partnership is allowed? Welcome to the world of Shuffle! …! The title has an exclamation point, so…

Tsuchimi Rin is a normal high school student living with his childhood friend Kaede and has an eccentric and playful friend in school, Shigure Asa aka the Mary S—*ahem*. Rin might as well be the future ruler of the universe because the royal families of the God and Demon world moved into Rin’s neighborhood.

Apparently, the daughter of the king of the gods, Sia, and the daughter of the demons, Nerine, are deeply in love with our hero Rin after having met him in the past. With lots of girls vying for his love, Rin has a lot of things to do.

While this a token harem anime, Shuffle! was nice enough to give every girl character development and a decent entry point if you’re interested in diving into the world of harem anime. You’ll be watching the show like you were reading the Visual Novel the anime is based from. Seeing Sia’s, Nerine’s, Asa’s and Kaede’s stories and them why they fell in love with Rin. It’s great and the art is great too… if you can get past the rather chipmunk voices of certain characters…


09. Kanokon (Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: April 2008-June 2008

Oyamada Kouta (voiced by Mamiko Noto) is a country boy that moved to the city to attend high school. His life changed quite chaotically as he encountered Minamoto Chizuru — a well-endowed fox spirit… girl. As typical as anime goes, Chizuru finds Kouta very attractive and spared no expense trying to seduce him. Things get more chaotic after the two attracted a wolf spirit named Ezomori Nozomu… obviously a girl despite lacking the defining features of a… never mind.

With two supernatural entities around him, trouble is bound to happen — Kouta is involved in many supernatural events. Kouta’s high school life will never be the same. And he’s a lucky ba—*ahem* Sorry, my jealousy got the best of me.

How do I put this… Kanokon is similar to Shuffle!, like the guy met the girl at a young age, they meet again a few years later, and girl announced she’s in love with the guy. Kanokon’s pacing usually deals with something supernatural and Chuzuru seducing Kouta using the plump body of hers. Unlike Shuffle!, Kouta finally declared his love to Chizuru, but like Shuffle! (one of the girl is fine with polygamy), Chizuru is fine with having Kouta as a mistress. Hey, it’s anime logic. Don’t argue.


08. Kiss x Sis

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: April 2010-June 2010

Suminoe Keita, Suminoe Ako, and Suminoe Riko are step siblings (yeah, I know) after their parents remarried. Since this is a romance-centric anime, the sisters are very attracted to our hero in a very, very, very, VERY lustful way.

Initially Keita avoided her (step) sisters’ advances since he thought it wasn’t right to get so—romantically involved with his new family. Things changed after Keita transferred to the same school as his sisters. He’s slowly getting attracted to them.

Incest is one of Japan’s favorite fetish and Kiss x Sis is one of the best out there, but… It’s not really “real” incest since Keita isn’t related to her sisters. But who cares! The story is usually centered around their school lives developing feelings among the three. Keita would get jealous when his male classmates flirt around his sisters and same thing for the sisters getting all jealous when Keita is with some girl. Oh, and their parents totally approve. Lucky guy!


07. Zero no Tsukaima (The Familiar of Zero)

  • Episodes: 13
  • Aired: July 2006-September 2006

Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière (that was a mouthful) is a young magician who rather sucks at conjuring spells, resulting in either an explosion, or an explosion, or an explosion. Due to her lack of mastering the arts, she is nicknamed “Zero Louise” by her peers. Which is not entirely true, by the way. Making things explode is a successful conjuring of a spell too, right?

In an upcoming test, each student must summon familiars, or a servant to support their masters. Despite Louise’s desire to summon a powerful familiar and prove that she can summon properly, she ended up summoning a boy from Japan named Hiraga Saito. Since Saito was summoned, he is officially Louise’s familiar. Despite him being a familiar, Louise is slowly developing feelings toward Saito. I mean, come on, it was obvious. A girl and a boy together? You do the math.

The relationship with Saito and Louise is rather… well… unstable. Let me ask you: How many seasons does Zero no Tsukaima have? Okay. And what is the most common plot element you see in them? Yeah, that’s right. Even though Saito and Louise became lovers in season 1, Saito is a playb—I mean, a flirtatious young man. The majority of the female cast, from the well-endowed maid Siesta to the future Queen herself, are all attracted to him. Louise really needs to chain Saito down like a dog.


06. Aki Sora (Autumn Sky)

  • Episodes: 1
  • Aired: December 2009

Kiss x Sis on crack? You bet! Aoi Aki and Aoi Sora are a pair of close siblings that shared a strong intimate bond when they were young. During their, you know, puberty, she finally realized their the feelings for each other and eventually they made love.

Aki and Sora have another sibling, Aoi Nami, and they try their darndest to keep their new relationship a secret from Nami and, well, she wants a piece of the action. As any anime goes, Nami eventually found out. It’s not a spoiler if it’s already obvious. You know, John Wayne Bo—never mind.

Aki Sora can be summed up with one word: Lust. Sora is the typical short guy who happens to be the nicest guy in the world and girls love him for this trait. Like, you know, the only reason why guys in other harem anime get a harem. The story is rather sad and the most tragic character is Nami. She’s not sure she wants her brother’s love, or wants a penis, so she can bone her best friend. No, I’m not saying that metaphorically.


05. Haiyore! Nyaruko-san (Nyaruko: Crawling With Love!)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: April 2012-June 2012

Yasaka Mahiro, your average and blandest boy (fact) around was minding his own business until he met a mysterious girl named Nyaruko. This girl is a special agent who was sent to Earth to protect Mahiro from monsters. Why are the monsters after Mahiro? Does he have something that they want? And who is Nyaruko? And is H.P. Lovecraft rolling in his grave after he found out Japan turned his Eldritch horrors into cute and sexy girls?

You get lots of fanservice from this one, courtesy of the Eldritch horrors trying to seduce Mahiro. Unfortunately, the relationship involving Mahiro and Nyaruko is rather slow and it took two seasons and 3 OVAs for something to happened.

Mahiro may be the blandest boy in the history of anime, he at least has some standards for a girl to love, and it clearly showed in Season 2 where Cthulhu, another Eldritch horror under the guise of a cute girl who practically stole the show. Nyaruko is in trouble unless she does something.


04. Kuttsuki Boshi (Stars Intertwined)

  • Episodes: 2
  • Aired: August 2010-May 2012

Kawakami Kiiko is a girl with supernatural powers: she can move things with her mind. Kiiko meets an attractive young girl named Saitou Aaya and starts developing feelings towards her. The two eventually get together and while everything’s fine for the both of them, Kiiko will soon discover that Aaya holds a secret that could ruin their relationship.

Interstellar Space Lesbians! Aaya is a very sexually active young woman and the series revolves around them playing hooky. If you take out the constant love-making, the story overall is very barebones, but it won’t deny the fact that these girls are madly in love.

There was a two year gap between episodes and the cliffhanger at episode one made a lot of people upset and speculate. At the time, it was one of the most controversial yuri anime and people speculated and argued for many, many months. Did the final conclusion satisfy these vocal fans? That’s for you to find out.


03. B Gata H Kei (B Gata H Kei: Yamada's First Time)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: April 2010-June 2010

Yamada (no, not that Yamada from Working!!) is a 15 year-old virgin who just entered high school. She is fairly attractive and any guy will fall for her, but there is one problem that’s been bothering Yamada for a while: She thinks her vagina looks weird. Ah, anime. Ever so creative!

So Yamada’s dream was to have sex with 100 men. However, she fears that experienced partners will tease her about the look of her vagina or find out that she’s in fact a virgin.

Luckily she stumbles upon fellow virgin Kosuda Takeshi and with his help, she’ll be able to gain more experience and bed more experienced men. Unfortunately for Yamada, Takeshi doesn’t know how to sweep a girl off her feet. Yamada’s journey to sex is going to be a long and difficult one.

The anime suffers from the usual “open ended story, must read manga for ending” syndrome and while it sucked, the anime is good at viewing sex through a female perspective. Yamada wants to have casual sex with many men, but can’t make that jump. She sees Takeshi as a tool so she can achieve this goal, but soon realizes she fell in love with Takeshi and eventually find out that making love to the one you love is more enjoyable than having sex with 100 random guys.


02. Kodomo no Jikan (A Child's Time)

  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: October 2007-December 2007

Daisuke Aoki is a 3rd grade teacher who meets Kokonoe Rin, a very young girl with long hair. After an act of kindness from Aoki, Rin made Aoki, her teacher, her lover. Rin literally wants her 3rd grade teacher to be her lover. Who would have thought that your biggest obstacles in your life comes from the most unexpected places.

But is Rin’s love for Aoki really true? Are her feelings just puppy love? Or is it genuine true love? Does actively seducing Aoki mean something else? Aoki got 99 problems, but a lo—okay, that was bad.

The content of the show is really not for the casual viewer because, well, the synopsis states a love story between a grown man and a very young girl who seduces Aoki on several occasions throughout the series. Admittedly, I didn’t watch rest of the OVAs and OADs, so I can’t say Aoki and Rin ended up together, but if you read the manga, something did happen. This kind of romance story is very rare in anime. But it’s interesting!


01. Bakemonogatari (Ghostory)

  • Episodes: 15
  • Aired: July 2009-June 2010

Bakemonoagatari tells the story of various characters with different circumstances… like… them being supernatural beings and all. Enter Koyomi Araragi and due to certain chain of events, he retained his humanity after being bitten by a vampire. After the encounter, Ararararararararagi (sorry, keys got stuck) meets people with supernatural issues and problems.

One of the people Ararararararararararararararararagi meets is Senjougahara Hitagi, a girl who doesn’t weigh anything and has this thing about staplers. The story mainly involves the two as they argue and talk about their lives. Supernatural lives.

Bakemonogatari is number one mainly because it has a good story to tell and the development and relationship between Arararararararararararararararararararararararagi and Hitagi are realistic despite the show’s fantasy setting. Their constant banter, or as I like to call it machinegun dialogue, is an amusing source of humor. And that’s it… Saying any more will ruin it. Go watch Bakemonogatari if you haven’t already! Try keeping up with this fast line of delivery though.

Bakemonogatari, isn’t technically an ecchi show with lots of boob and panty shots, but rather Bakemonogatari has lots of well-placed dirty humor and a few semi-nude shots. Which is good because the show is focused more on the story rather than the fanservice.


Closing

And there you go!

I tried my best to keep the list filled with variety and avoid making it a Top 10 Harem Anime v2.0 by selecting the right ones that fit the description of an ecchi anime.

So what do you think of the list? Did I miss something that you think is more deserving? Please leave a comment below.

Oh and I need to my fix my keyboard. The R and A keys are getting stuck for some reason.

Antoine Rizal

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Author: Antoine Rizal

I've been an anime fan for as long as I can remember. Actually, anime is very much a part of me now for I have extended my reach beyond just watching them. I am a fansubber for more than 8 years now and contributed a lot to the anime community. Me and my group has translated shows, manga, drama CDs and doujinshi. Right now I'm learning Japanese so I can better serve the community and read interesting stuff about the Japanese culture as well.

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