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Honey and Clover Season 1 Blu-ray

5 star rating out of 5
3 Reviews
SKU: 875707011426

Retail Price: $49.95

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About Honey and Clover Season 1 Blu-ray

Honey and Clover contains episodes 1-24 of the anime directed by Kenichi Kasai.

What do you get when you cross creativity with self-discovery and unrequited love? Art School!

Yuta Takemoto has no idea what's in store for his life when he enrolls at a Tokyo art college, but he finds out right away it'll never be dull! Love triangles form as fast as friendships when both Takemoto and senior classmate Shinobu Morita fall hard for shy artistic prodigy Hagumi Hanamoto. And while architecture student Takumi Mayama secretly pines for an older woman, dazzling ceramicist Ayu Yamada pines for him! Confused yet? Welcome to the bittersweet world of Honey and Clover!


  • Publisher: DISCOTEK
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Themes: School Life, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 600
  • Year Created: 2005
  • Release Date: 3/3/2020
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

A shoujo series you probably missed, that’s worth watching.

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It’s been about a year since I first watched this series. Among the few shoujo series I’ve seen like Yona of the dawn, Orange, Anonymous Noise, this is one of my favorite. What got me into the series originally was when I found out the manga this adaptation was from was written by the same author of March comes in like a lion (please watch it if you haven’t). Explaining what the series is about isn’t my forte, especially since it’s been so long but to summarize it without going into too much detail, it’s about a group of College students struggling with love, enjoying college life and finding a career after graduation. Now if you do decide to watch the series the shows opening will surpirise you and might turn you away but you have to look pass that, just trust me on that. My favorite part of the series was when the main character (I think Takao was his name, probably mistaken) goes on a journey to find himself, in my opinion it’s the highlight of the series.

5 star rating out of 5

Severely underrated..

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I highly, highly recommend this for anyone looking for something new to watch. This is a hidden gem and deserves a lot more attention.

5 star rating out of 5

A Shojo Above the Rest

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Honey and Clover by Mangaka Chica Umino is a masterpiece that continues to be relevant and endearing 21 years after it was written. The anime adaption in 2005 feels like a cut above it contemplates. You get a sense that J.C. Staff had a lot of passion for this show. Between the excellent soundtrack provided by Yuki, Shikao Suga and Spitz and the equally as excellent and experimental opening fitting for a series set at an art college.

The bluray release from Discotek is amazing. Compared to the old VIZ DVD sets it's a night and day difference. The extra's on the discs are also really fun to watch. You got media footage from an event where the first episode was screened before broadcast with interviews from the cast and mangaka, a making off video for the previous mentioned experimental OP, and many more interesting things I wasn't expecting to find.

And the bonus unaired episodes are included for those who may have wanted to know.