Kanon

Mondays, on Fuji TV

The first anime adaptation under the title Kanon is produced by the Japanese animation studio Toei Animation, directed by Takamichi It?, written by Ryota Yamaguchi, Makoto Nakamura, and Michiko Yokote, and features character design by Y?ichi ?nishi who based the designs on Itaru Hinoue's original concept. Thirteen episodes were produced which aired after midnight between January 31 and March 28, 2002 on the Fuji TV Japanese television network.[2][3] Except for episodes three, four, and seven, the titles from the episodes are named for tracks on the visual novel's original soundtrack. The episodes were released to Region 2 DVD between April 1 and October 2, 2002 by Frontier Works. Spanning seven volumes, each volume contained two episodes except the first which had one. The series was re-released as a seven-disc DVD box set on December 22, 2004 by Frontier Works in limited and regular editions in Japan.[4] In March 2003, an original video animation episode was released on DVD containing the single episode "Kanon Kazahana" also produced by Toei Animation and directed by Takamichi Ito.[5] The episode is set at the same time as the last episode of the anime series. The DVD was released via a promotional campaign and was given to anyone who bought all seven DVDs for the first anime series. Two pieces of theme music are used for the episodes; one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "Florescence", and the ending theme is "Flower"; both songs are sung by Miho Fujiwara.

Mondays, on Fuji TV

The first anime adaptation under the title Kanon is produced by the Japanese animation studio Toei Animation, directed by Takamichi It?, written by Ryota Yamaguchi, Makoto Nakamura, and Michiko Yokote, and features character design by Y?ichi ?nishi who based the designs on Itaru Hinoue's original concept. Thirteen episodes were produced which aired after midnight between January 31 and March 28, 2002 on the Fuji TV Japanese television network.[2][3] Except for episodes three, four, and seven, the titles from the episodes are named for tracks on the visual novel's original soundtrack. The episodes were released to Region 2 DVD between April 1 and October 2, 2002 by Frontier Works. Spanning seven volumes, each volume contained two episodes except the first which had one. The series was re-released as a seven-disc DVD box set on December 22, 2004 by Frontier Works in limited and regular editions in Japan.[4] In March 2003, an original video animation episode was released on DVD containing the single episode "Kanon Kazahana" also produced by Toei Animation and directed by Takamichi Ito.[5] The episode is set at the same time as the last episode of the anime series. The DVD was released via a promotional campaign and was given to anyone who bought all seven DVDs for the first anime series. Two pieces of theme music are used for the episodes; one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "Florescence", and the ending theme is "Flower"; both songs are sung by Miho Fujiwara.

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Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 101 - OVA: Kanon Kazahana

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s1e101 OVA: Kanon Kazahana
March 28, 2002
The spring has come since Yuichi reunited with Ayu, and everyone else's lives are back on track. However, when Mishio visits Makoto's birthplace, a miracle happens before her eyes.
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Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 1 - The Girl of Snow

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s1e1 The Girl of Snow
January 31, 2002
Yuichi Aizawa comes to stay at his cousin's home in northern Japan after seven years. He meets Ayu Tsukimiya in the shopping district, who pulls him into running away from a taiyaki vendor with her.
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Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 1 - The Girl of Snow
s1e1 The Girl of Snow
January 31, 2002
January 31, 2002
The Girl of Snow
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Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 2 - A Sunny Town
s1e2 A Sunny Town
February 7, 2002
February 7, 2002
A Sunny Town
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 4 - To the Night
s1e4 To the Night
February 14, 2002
February 14, 2002
To the Night
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 5 - The Fox and the Grapes
s1e5 The Fox and the Grapes
February 21, 2002
February 21, 2002
The Fox and the Grapes
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 6 - Those Girls' Opinions
s1e6 Those Girls' Opinions
February 21, 2002
February 21, 2002
Those Girls' Opinions
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 7 - The Ball
s1e7 The Ball
February 28, 2002
February 28, 2002
The Ball
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 8 - Girl's Prison
s1e8 Girl's Prison
March 14, 2002
March 14, 2002
Girl's Prison
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 9 - Beyond that Smile
s1e9 Beyond that Smile
March 21, 2002
March 21, 2002
Beyond that Smile
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 10 - The Winter Fireworks
s1e10 The Winter Fireworks
March 21, 2002
March 21, 2002
The Winter Fireworks
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 11 - Promise
s1e11 Promise
March 28, 2002
March 28, 2002
Promise
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 12 - A Mark of a Dream
s1e12 A Mark of a Dream
March 28, 2002
March 28, 2002
A Mark of a Dream
Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 13 - Where the Wind Leads
s1e13 Where the Wind Leads
March 28, 2002
March 28, 2002
Where the Wind Leads
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Watch Kanon Season 1 Episode 101 - OVA: Kanon Kazahana
s1e101 OVA: Kanon Kazahana
March 28, 2002
March 28, 2002
OVA: Kanon Kazahana

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