Starry Sky can make any girl swoon and giggle like a school girl.
Name: Starry Sky (スタ☆スカ)
Producers: Studio Deen, Frontier Works
Director: Nobuhiro Takamoto
Game: otome game developed by Honeybee in 2009
Genres: School, Shoujo, Harem
Rating: G – All Ages
Starry Sky at animate.tv (Japanese)
Starry Sky at honeybee-cd.com (Japanese)
スタ☆スカ ドットコム：：：アニメ「Starry☆Sky」オフィシャルサイト (Japanese)
Our Ratings(out of 5): Animation: 4, Story: 3, Ecchi:0, Overall: 3.5
Plot Summary: The heroine, Tsukiko, enrolled to a school that was recently changed from all-boys school to co-ed. The plot is based around a series of mini stories involving 12 different guys from different astrological signs.
Episode Summary: This is the Capricorn episode for Yoh. Yoh, aka Henri Samuel Jean Aimée, is half-French and was often teased for that as a kid.He fell in love with Tsukio because she was the only one who did not make fun of him. He asks his father to let him transfer to Seigatsu Academy in order to pursue her. He has only a few months before he will leave to the U.S to do research work with his father. He must meet Tsukio again before time runs out for him.
Our Review: Starry Sky is like a soap opera, you know it’s tacky and overdone, yet you guiltily keep watching because of the romance and cute guys. I’ll admit the second I started watching I swooned and could not stop watching. The only excuses you have to cover up the love for said typical harem anime is that the music for it is absolutely beautiful. I could easily listen to the music alone all day because it’s so soothing. If you don’t want something heavy and intense to watch but to just fall back and giggle like a schoolgirl I highly recommend Starry Sky.
Pros: the music is wonderful, the animation is very beautiful
Cons: very typical harem plot.
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