Chōyaku Hyakunin Isshu: Uta Koi (TV)
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In ep 6 from 17:28- to 21:49 is a parody of the Yugioh card game.
In episode 13 at about 11:51, Teika utters the word “koi” while images of carp fish appear in the background. In the Japanese language, the word for love is written as (恋) while the word for Carp is written as (コイ). Both words are pronounced “koi” so the whole scene is meant as a visual pun.
In episode 13, the character of Princess Noriko was also known as Princess Shikishi, Princess Shokushi or Princess Shikiko depending on how you read the Kanji characters in her name (式子).
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