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Jinta Yadomi and his group of childhood friends have become estranged after a tragic accident split them apart. Now in their high school years, a sudden surprise forces each of them to confront their guilt over what happened that day and come to terms with the ghosts of their past.
Complete Series Standard Edition
  • Release Date: October 29, 2013
  • Genre: Drama, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: Teen
  • 2 Blu-ray, 2 DVD disc set
  • Total of 11 episodes
  • Approximately 25 mins/episode
  • Features original Japanese voice acting / English subtitles
  • Bonus content: Episode 1 clean ending, teaser & commericals, and online episode previews.
  • Story guide leaflet

*This product is for sale and use on playback units only within licensed territories. It is not intended to function in any other region.

Complete Series Premium Edition
  • Release Date: July 3, 2012
  • Genre: Drama, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: Teen
  • 2 Blu-ray, 2 DVD disc set
  • Total of 11 episodes
  • Approximately 25 mins/episode
  • Features original Japanese voice acting / English subtitles
  • Premium box with bonus item: hardcover art book, "The Super Peace Buster Chronicle," (full color, 38 pages) which provides a deeper experience of anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day with character bios, scrapbook-style photo selections, an episode guide, rough sketches, illustrations, and more
  • Episode 1 clean ending, teasers & commercials, and online episode previews

*This product is for sale and use on playback units only within licensed territories. It is not intended to function in any other region.

Menma (Meiko Honma)

Voiced by: Ai Kayano
When Menma reappears to Jintan, she seems to have grown older, yet still carries the sweet, kind qualities she had as a child. She claims she has a wish she wants granted, but she doesn't know what it is, and her efforts are directed mainly at getting the now-estranged group of friends back together.

Jintan (Jinta Yadomi)

Voiced by: Miyu Irino
Jintan was a bold and energetic child, but has since become angry and withdrawn, refusing to attend school and avoiding the outside world whenever possible. When Menma first appears before him, he takes it as a manifestation of his internal stress and trauma.

Anaru (Naruko Anjo)

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu
Anaru was always jealous of Menma's looks and easygoing personality, as well as her close relationship with Jintan, even as a child. But despite their strained relationship over the years, Anaru still has feelings for Jintan, which conflict with her guilt over what happened to Menma.

Yukiatsu (Atsumu Matsuyuki)

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai
Yukiatsu grew up as a cold and distant child. Like Anaru, he was jealous of Jintan's relationship with Menma, as well as Jintan's assumed leadership role. Yukiatsu still struggles with Menma's fate, and his cool demeanor dissolves any time someone mentions her name.

Tsuruko (Chiriko Tsurumi)

Voiced by: Saori Hayami
Tsuruko was a quiet and observant child. She learned to watch others and intuit their unspoken feelings, although she tends not to mention them (or her own feelings) to others. Once the group reunites, she begins to open up and attempt to heal herself as well as the others.

Poppo (Tetsudo Hisakawa)

Voiced by: Takayuki Kondo
Poppo has always been oblivious to the emotional undercurrents in the group, focusing only on having fun with the others. He ends up traveling the world, and in between trips he lives in the old secret base. He accepts Menma's presence without question and devotes all his energy to helping grant her wish.
Staff Original Story Cho Heiwa Busters
Director Tatsuyuki Nagai
Screenplay Mari Okada
Character Design/Animation Supervision Masayoshi Tanaka
Art Director Tsutomu Ishigaki
Art Setting Koki Fukushima
Prop Design Yukie Hiyamizu
Color Design Kazuko Nakashima
Editor Shigeru Nishiyama
CG Director/Director of Photography Shinji Nasu

Sound Director

Jin Aketagawa
Sound Effects Katsuhiro Nakano
Sound Engineer Ayumu Anzai
Sound Production Magic Capsule
Music REMEDIOS
Music Production Aniplex Inc.
FUJI PACIFIC MUSIC, Inc.
Chief Producers Hiroyuki Shimizu 
Koji Yamamoto
Producers Shunsuke Saito
Noriko Ozaki
Animation Producer Mikihiro Iwata
Animation Production A-1 Pictures Inc.
Produced by ANOHANA Project 
Aniplex Inc. 
Fuji Television Network, Inc. 
Dentsu Inc.
Cast Jinta Yadomi Miyu Irino
Meiko Honma Ai Kayano
Naruko Anjo Haruka Tomatsu
Atsumu Matsuyuki Takahiro Sakurai
Chiriko Tsurumi Saori Hayami
Tetsudo Hisakawa Takayuki Kondo
Atsushi Yadomi Mitsuru Ogata
Jinta (Child) Mutsumi Tamura
Atsumu (Child) Asami Seto
Tetsudo (Child) Aki Toyosaki
Haruna Kaoru Mizuhara
Aki Yui Makino
Toko Yadomi Sayaka Ohara
Manabu Honma Makoto Yasumura
Irene Honma Fuyuka Ohura
Satoshi Honma Kaoru Mizuhara
Naruko's Mother Kimiko Saito
Yama-san Yasuhiro Mamiya
Shop Employee A Nobuaki Kanemitsu
Shop Employee B Ayane Sakura
Man A, Male Student A Kazuyuki Okitsu
Man B, Teacher Shunzo Miyasaka
Male Student B Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
Male Student C Shinobu Matsumoto
Male Student D Kenji Akabane
Female Student A Chinatsu Akasaki
Female Student B Mika Teratani
Woman Izumi Sawada
Construction Worker Kazuyoshi Hayashi

Opening Theme 

Aoi Shiori (Blue Bookmark) Galileo Galilei
Ending Theme  secret base ~kimi ga kureta mono~
(that thing you gave me)
(10 Years After Ver.)
Meiko Honma (Ai Kayano)
Naruko Anjo (Haruka Tomatsu) 
Chiriko Tsurumi (Saori Hayami)