Fuuka Blu-ray

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About Fuuka Blu-ray

Fuuka contains episodes 1-12 and is directed by Keizou Kusakawa.

When introverted Yuu Haruna transfers to a school in Tokyo, his dull life takes a sharp turn. More into Twitter than the world around him, he crashes into the mysteriously charming Fuuka Akitsuki and the tune of misunderstanding rings sharply between them. But as they grow closer, will it be love that crescendos between them or will the sound fall flat?

Special Features: Textless Songs.


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • Themes: School Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 7/16/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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liked it much more than the manga

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Fuuka is an alternate universe adaptation of the Fuuka manga's controversial "prologue". I agree with the fans that felt the manga's events were forced and emotionally manipulative, and that I'm glad the anime goes in a different direction.
Fuuka is related to the Suzuka anime, though you are not required to see Suzuka. Its story is similar to Suzuka, a high school romance that gets tripped up with a love triangle involving a childhood friend of the male lead. Some complain that it is too much like Suzuka and to that I say given how poorly things went in the manga and how good Suzuka was I don't have a problem with it. Production wise I don't have any complaints, the songs rock, the animation and art are clean, and the characters and story are engaging. I was thrilled to return to a new love story in the Suzuka world and see some cameos of characters I enjoyed watching previously. Give it a shot and don't let the angry manga readers dissuade you.