Anime Series Maison Ikkoku (1986-1988) [avatar] [DVDRip] [SD 480p]

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Dual Audio with selectable English subtitles
Episodes - 96 complete, 24 mins each
Air Dates - 26.03.1986 till 02.03.1988
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Plot
Maison Ikkoku is a romanic comedy series created by Rumiko Takahashi. The story centers around the development of the relationship between Kyoko Otonashi and Yusaku Godai. Kyoko is a recent widow who moves into the apartment house Ikkoku-kan where she becomes the manager. Godai is a wanna-be student ("ronin") struggling with college entrance exams.
When they meet, it`s love at first sight--for Godai anyway. Along the way, the other tentants, the mysterious Yotsuya, the seemingly alcoholic Ichinose, and the brash Akemi, watch and occasionally take part to make their lives more interesting. To complicate matters further, the wealthy tennis coach Shun Mitaka has his eye on Kyoko, while Godai is pursued by both Nanao Kozue and Ibuki Yagami. Covering a wide range of emotions from hysterically funny to painfully sad, Maison Ikkoku -- all 96 episodes--is well worth seeing.

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Comments

Anonymous

04 Apr 2014 [12:36 am]

First words under the picture: "Dual Audio with selectable English subtitles"


Anonymous

28 Mar 2014 [4:15 pm]

is it dual audio?


Anonymous

16 Feb 2014 [3:57 am]

One of my faves manga/anime ever


Anonymous

02 Dec 2013 [3:27 am]

On reseeding, 12-01-13, I seem to have small problems with episodes 17 & 49 (99.7%), and a larger one with ep 48. The other 93 seem ok. I will try to reload and recheck tomorrow.

I'll keep this up for a while. I need to buy a bigger hardrive.


Anonymous

05 Apr 2013 [7:38 am]

best.anime.ever!


Anonymous

21 Dec 2012 [8:06 am]

They should. This is what Rumiko Takahashi wrote before she wrote Ranma 1/2 & Inuyasha... ;)

P.S. THANK YOU FOR UPLOADIN!!! I'd seen the first third or so of this long ago and have been searchin for it ever since.


Anonymous

31 Oct 2012 [8:29 am]

This is a fantastic romantic - comedy / slice of life anime that Rumiko fans would love to watch.


Anonymous

30 Oct 2012 [9:32 pm]

characters remind me of ranma.