His and Her Circumstances (TV)

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Alternative title:
Entre Elle & Lui (French)
Hans och hennes omständigheter (Swedish)
Kare Kano
Kare Kano: Mein Geheimnis, dein Geheimnis (German)
Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou (Japanese)
Las circunstancias de él y ella (Spanish)
Le situazioni di lui & lei (Italian)
Tales at North Hills High
С его стороны - с ее стороны (Russian)
彼氏彼女の事情 (Japanese)
男女蹺蹺板 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: comedy, drama, romance
Themes: high school, school
Objectionable content: Significant
Copyright notice: ©2002 Masami Tsuda/Hakusen-sha/Gainax/Kareno-jijyo-dan/TV Tokyo/SoftX.
Plot Summary: Yukino Miyazawa is really, really vain, and loves to hear people praise her. She's always been the best at everything, and always tries to look perfect. But when Yukino goes to high school, she's finally upstaged--by Souichiro Arima, who scores better on the entrance exams and instantly snatches the attention of the class. By accident, Arima finds out that Yukino is just pretending, and this starts off a series of events that lead to Yukino and Arima falling in love. They then have to cope with a lot of obstacles in their relationship.
User Ratings: 2730 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 424 votes (sub:296, dub:103, ?:2, Eng:1, raw:1, others:21
4 Italian dubbed
4 Spanish subtitled
4 Russian subtitled
3 Portuguese subtitled
2 German subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
1 Korean subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Italian edited dub
 Excellent: 801 votes (sub:553, dub:200, raw:12, ?:4, edit.dub:2, others:30
10 Spanish subtitled
6 Russian subtitled
5 Spanish dubbed
4 Italian dubbed
2 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish edited dub
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 German dubbed
 Very good: 676 votes (sub:478, dub:160, raw:5, edit.dub:3, ?:2, others:28
5 Spanish subtitled
5 Portuguese subtitled
3 German dubbed
3 Polish subtitled
3 Italian dubbed
2 Tagalog dubbed
2 Russian subtitled
2 Spanish dubbed
1 French dubbed
1 Catalan dubbed
1 Russian dubbed
 Good: 457 votes (sub:323, dub:111, raw:4, ?:2, others:17
7 Spanish subtitled
5 Italian dubbed
2 Portuguese subtitled
1 German dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Korean subtitled
 Decent: 179 votes (sub:125, dub:40, raw:3, others:11
2 Tagalog dubbed
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Chinese Mandarin subtitled
1 Tagalog edited dub
1 Italian dubbed
1 Russian edited dub
1 German subtitled
 So-so: 81 votes (sub:60, dub:15, edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:4
1 Russian edited dub
1 French subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
 Not really good: 43 votes (sub:30, dub:12, raw:1)
 Weak: 41 votes (sub:28, dub:10, ?:2, raw:1)
 Bad: 16 votes (sub:12, dub:4)
 Awful: 5 votes (sub:4, dub:1)
 Worst ever: 7 votes (dub:5, sub:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 5295 users, rank: #139 (of 6665)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.010 (Very good), std. dev.: 1.6443, rank: #451 (of 6664)
Weighted mean: 7.923 (Very good), rank: #548 (of 6664) (seen all: 8.05 / seen some: 7.36 / won't finish: 5.24)
Bayesian estimate: 7.921 (Very good), rank: #372 (of 5035)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 1998-10-02 to 1999-03-26
Release dates: We have 3
Opening Theme:
"Tenshi no Yubikiri (Angel's Pledge)" by Fukuda Mai
Ending Theme:
#1: "Yume no Naka e" by Enomoto Atsuko and Suzuki Chihiro
#2: "Kaze Hiita Yoru" by Yuki Watanabe & Maria Yamamoto (ep 25)
Links: We have 5
Trivia: We have 12
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DVD (Region 1)
    His and Her Circumstances - DVD Thinpak Collection (DVD) 2006-09-26
    His and Her Circumstances - Collection (Anime Value) (DVD) 2009-08-25 (from $25.99)
    His and Her Circumstances - The Appearance of a Normal Life (DVD 1) 2002-07-23
    His and Her Circumstances - The Appearance of a Normal Life (w/ Art Box) (DVD 1) 2002-07-23
    His and Her Circumstances - Love and War Under the Cherry Blossoms (DVD 2) 2002-12-03 (from $19.99)
    His and Her Circumstances - Another Life, Less Ordinary (DVD 3) 2003-01-28 (from $14.10)
    His and Her Circumstances - Formulation of Truth and Sentiment (DVD 4) 2003-06-24 (from $4.08)
    His and Her Circumstances - Alterations and News Perspectives (DVD 5) 2003-09-30 (from $19.99)
    His and Her Circumstances - DVD Box Set (DVD 1-5) 2003-09-30
    His and Her Circumstances - Act 1.0 (OST) 2004-01-20 (from $5.00)
    His and Her Circumstances - CD Soundtrack Act 2.0 (OST) 2005-11-01

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Hideaki Anno
Kazuya Tsurumaki (eps 19-26)
Hideaki Anno (eps 1-26)
Hiroyuki Imaishi (ep 19)
Screenplay: Hideaki Anno
Hideki Okamoto (10th Chapter)
Hiroyuki Imaishi (1,3,8,19,24 Chapters)
Junichi Sato (18th Chapter)
Katsuichi Nakayama (25th Chapter)
Kazu Yokota (5th Chapter)
Kazuhiro Takamura (6th Chapter)
Kazunobu Fuseki (22nd Chapter)
Kazuya Tsurumaki (4,6 Chapters; eps 4, 6, 12)
Ken Ando (1st and last Chapter)
Kenichi Kasai (9, 17 Chapters)
Masahiko Otsuka (2,3 Chapters)
Masahiro Fujii (20,21 Chapters)
Naozumi Ito (7,11,15,23 Chapters)
Nobutoshi Ogura (2nd Chapter)
Noriyuki Ogura (16th Chapter)
Seiji Okuda (12th Chapter)
Shoji Sahaku (1,4,8,24 Chapters)
Tadashi Hiramatsu (ep 8)
Yûichi Takahashi (20,21 Chapters)
Episode Director:
Kazuya Tsurumaki (ep 12)
Kenichi Kasai (5, 9, 17 Chapters)
Original story: Masami Tsuda
Character Design: Tadashi Hiramatsu
Art Director: Masaru Sato
Chief Animation Director: Tadashi Hiramatsu
Animation Director:
Hiroyuki Imaishi (eps 3, 11, 19)
Kazuya Tsurumaki (ep 12)
Nobutake Ito (ep 10)
Tadashi Hiramatsu (5 episodes
eps 1, 8, 13, 18, 26

Art design: Akihiro Hirasawa
Director of Photography: Yutaka Kurosawa
Animation: Nobutake Ito (OP)
Background Art:
Hiroshi Katō (Studio Bihou)
Kanako Tsukiyama (Studio Bihou)
Tomoko Nakamura (Studio Bihou)
Yuka Hirama (Studio Bihou)
Yuka Ohashi (Studio Bihou)
Color Coordination: Harumi Takahoshi
Key Animation:
Ai Kikuchi (Studio Live; ep 1)
Akemi Hayashi (ep 10)
Akiko Nishio (eps 5, 9, 17)
Akiyo Yoshida (Trans Arts; eps 7, 17)
Atsushi Ogasawara (ep 17)
Eiji Ishimoto (ep 4)
Eiko Saito (eps 3-4)
Fujio Suzuki (ep 10)
Fumihide Sai (ep 16)
Hanako Enomoto (ep 26)
Hideki Saijo (ep 18)
Hideki Shibuya (Trans Arts; ep 10)
Hideyuki Hakuya (eps 9, 17)
Hirofumi Masuda (ep 16)
Hiroko Oguri (4 episodes
eps 4, 20-21, 23

Hiroko Togashi (eps 5, 9, 17)
Hiromi Masuko (ep 17)
Hiroshi Itō (ep 7)
Hiroshi Masuda (ep 16)
Hiroshi Shimizu (eps 8, 18)
Hiroyuki Abe (eps 8, 16)
Hiroyuki Imaishi (6 episodes
eps 3, 10, 19, 24-26

Hisao Ishizaki (10 episodes
eps 1, 3-4, 6, 8, 11, 19, 22, 24, 26

Kaori Nakamura (E.G. Films; ep 12)
Kaoru Yokota (4 episodes
eps 11, 15, 21, 24

Katsuyuki Tamura (ep 1)
Kayo Nomura (ep 22)
Kazue Kinoshita (eps 2, 4, 7, 11)
Kazuhiro Sada (eps 15, 21, 23)
Kazuhiro Takamura (11 episodes
eps 2-3, 6, 8, 12-13, 15, 18-19, 24-25

Kazuko Hirose (Trans Arts; 4 episodes
eps 7, 10, 17, 22

Kazumi Minahiro (eps 5, 9, 17)
Kazuya Tsurumaki (5 episodes
eps 2, 6, 12, 18, 25

Keiko Kawashima (ep 10)
Kenichi Iino (eps 11, 21, 23)
Kenichi Yamaguchi (6 episodes
eps 2, 8, 13, 16, 18, 25

Kenji Uchinou (ep 3)
Koichi Konno (ep 21)
Koichi Yagami (ep 23)
Koji Hirauma (E.G. Films; ep 7)
Kouichi Arai (ep 25)
Kouji Akitaka (eps 7, 15, 24)
Kouji Ogawa (eps 2, 4)
Mamoru Sasaki (ep 16)
Masahiro Fujii (eps 22-23)
Masahiro Kase (6 episodes
eps 1, 4, 8, 13, 18, 26

Masahiro Koyama (ep 1)
Masashi Ishihama (ep 2)
Masashi Wakayama (ep 25)
Masumi Morishita (eps 4, 20-23)
Mitsumasa Kimura (E.G. Films; eps 7, 12)
Mitsuru Ishihara (ep 24)
Nagisa Miyazaki (5 episodes
eps 1, 8, 13, 18, 26

Nanae Yonemoto (Trans Arts; ep 10)
Naomi Satou (ep 17)
Naoya Furukawa (eps 1, 6)
Nobutake Ito (ep 10)
Osamu Ohashi (E.G. Films; ep 12)
Rie Kaneko (ep 22)
Rie Nishino (ep 8)
Satoko Miyaji (4 episodes
eps 3, 7, 11, 24

Satoshi Kubo (ep 4)
Shigeki Sunada (ep 3)
Shinichi Miyamae (ep 22)
Shinichi Yoshino (eps 8, 18)
Shoichi Masuo (eps 13, 16, 18)
Shouichi Nakayama (ep 25)
Shouji Endo (eps 5, 9, 17)
Shouji Saeki (ep 26)
Shuji Ono (6 episodes
eps 4, 6, 13, 22, 25-26

Sushio (10 episodes
eps 1, 3-4, 6, 8, 11, 19, 22, 24, 26

Tadashi Hiramatsu (5 episodes
eps 1, 3, 8, 13, 18

Taeko Oda (eps 9, 17)
Takafumi Hayashi (Trans Arts; eps 7, 10)
Takahiro Hosoki (eps 5, 9, 17)
Takahiro Tanaka (ep 16)
Takao Abo (ep 10)
Takashi Hino (5 episodes
eps 1, 4, 8, 13, 18

Takashi Maruyama (6 episodes
eps 3, 7, 11, 15, 21, 24

Takashi Tomioka (ep 10)
Takayuki Gorai (4 episodes
eps 10-11, 16, 19

Takuro Takahashi (10 episodes
eps 2-4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 24-26

Tomohiro Imaizumi (eps 11, 21, 23)
Tomoko Tanifuji (Studio Live; ep 1)
Toru Yoshida (ep 1)
Toshiya Washida (ep 26)
Tsutomu Miyazawa (ep 25)
Yoh Yoshinari (eps 16, 25)
Yoshiharu Sato (eps 13, 18)
Yoshiki Mizuno (ep 25)
Yoshitaka Kohno (ep 10)
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (eps 13, 18)
Yûichi Takahashi (eps 21-23)
Yuichiro Yamada (eps 20, 23)
Yukie Sakata (eps 5, 9, 17)
Yukihiro Iwata (ep 10)
Yuko Inoue (Studio Live; ep 1)
Yumi Nakayama (5 episodes
eps 3-4, 11, 13, 15

Yuriko Ikehara (ep 3)
Yusuke Yoshigaki (8 episodes
eps 1, 3, 11, 13, 16, 18-19, 25

Kenji Kuwahara (Trans Arts)
Kyoko Sato (J.C. Staff Photography Dept.)
Miyuki Fukui (J.C. Staff Photography Dept.)
Shingo Fukuyo (J.C. Staff Photography Dept.)
Takashi Takeuchi (Trans Arts)
Tomohiro Baba (Trans Arts)
Yoshikazu Yamada (Trans Arts)
Youko Yamada (J.C. Staff Photography Dept.)
Yumiko Kobayashi (J.C. Staff Photography Dept.)
Recording engineer: Nobutaka Hirooka
Sound Adjustment:
Kyosuke Ito
Nobuhira Hirano
Sound Effects: Toru Noguchi
Sound Producer: Toru Nakano
Theme Song Performance:
Atsuko Enomoto (ED)
Chihiro Suzuki (ED)
Maria Yamamoto (ED #2)
Yuki Watanabe (ED #2)
Atsuko Enomoto as Yukino Miyazawa
Chihiro Suzuki as Souichirou Arima

Atsushi Kisaichi as Hideaki Asaba
Junko Noda as Maho Izawa
Maria Yamamoto as Kano Miyazawa
Mayumi Shintani as Tsubasa Shibahime
Takeshi Kusao as Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Yuka Koyama as Miyako Miyazawa
Yuki Watanabe as Tsukino Miyazawa

Ai Satou as Arima's aunt/mother (eps 3, 18)
Akira Ishida as Katsuma Ikeda
Harumi Murakami as
Old lady (ep 20)
Teacher (ep 1)
Hirohiko Kakegawa as Middle-Aged Man (ep 13)
Hiroyuki Tanaka as Male Student (ep 2)
Hisayoshi Izaki as Policeman (ep 13)
Hisoka Yamamoto as Toshiharu Shibahime
Junko Noda as Hiroyuki Miyazawa (young)
Kazuhiro Takamura as Face Appearance (ep 19)
Kazuko Yanaga as Eiko Arima (ep 18)
Kei Kobayashi as Classmate (ep 1)
Kenichi Suzumura as Cousin B (ep 18)
Kentarou Itou as Cousin C (ep 18)
Kenyuu Horiuchi as Member
Kouji Sekine as
Bamboo Pole Salesman (voice only; ep 1)
Male Student (ep 3)
Saito (ep 5)
Madoka Akita as Female student
Makoto Kamiya as Atsuya (Kazuma's Band)
Masayoshi Satou as Male Student (ep 2)
Masayuki Kumagai as Teacher (ep 7)
Mie Odagi as Adult (ep 1)
Motomu Kiyokawa as
Kawashima sensei
Natsuko Kuwatani as female student
Nobuo Tobita as Kouhei Fukada (ep 19)
Nozomu Sasaki as Takefumi Tonami
Reiko Takagi as male
Risa Narita as
Classmate (ep 1)
Megumi (ep 25)
Ryoko Renshi as Classmate (ep 1)
Ryuji Nakagi as Teacher (ep 8)
Saeko Chiba as Tsubaki Sakura
Sayaka Aida as Female Student (ep 16)
Shiho Kawaragi as Female student
Shiho Oki as
Classmate (ep 1)
Yurika (ep 25)
Shinichi Namiki as Male student
Shinji Higuchi as Martin (Kazuma's Band)
Tagame Tamura as Ms. Hiromi Ikeda
Takayuki Yamaguchi as
Leader of Kento team
Male Student (ep 2)
Yoshida (ep 5)
Takuma Suzuki as Teacher (ep 19)
Tamotsu Nishiwaki as Ushio (Kazuma's Band)
Tokuyoshi Kawashima as
Announcer (ep 11)
Classmate (ep 1)
Tomoko Kotani as Librarian (ep 4)
Tomomichi Nishimura as Kohashi (ep 16)
Tomoyuki Kono as Teacher (ep 7)
Tsutomu Takayama as Cousin A (ep 18)
Yasuyuki Kase as Man (ep 23)
Yoko Asada as Music teacher (ep 14)
Yonehiko Kitagawa as Hiroyuki's grandfather (ep 16)
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto as Joker (Kazuma's Band)
Yuji Fujishiro as Shouji Arima
Yuka Koyama as Souichirou Arima (young)
Yukari Fukui as Sena Rika
Yuki Watanabe as
female student 2
Kindergarden teacher
Yukiko Fujikawa as Child
Yukiko Motoya as Aya Sawada
Japanese companies
Animation Production:
J.C. Staff
Bihou, Inc.
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
Digital Paint Cooperation: Production I.G (ep 6)
In-Between Animation:
Marsa Inc.
Key Animation:
E.G. Films (eps 7, 12)
Studio Live (ep 1)
Studio Love Hunter (ep 12)
Trans Arts Co. (eps 7, 10)
Music Recording Cooperation: TV Tokyo Music
Planning: GAINAX
Production Cooperation:
E.G. Films (eps 12-13)
Trans Arts Co. (eps 5, 9, 17)
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Jeff Thompson
Feng Xiong
Shoko Oono
Executive producer: Shawne Kleckner
Producer: Jeff Thompson

Digital Compression: Kat Stranahan
DVD Menu Design: Paolo Yubino
Production Coordination: Mathew Campbell
Production Supervision: Joe Digiorgi
Script Adaptation: Crispin Freeman
Subtitle Concept: Rocci Cirone
Subtitling: Neil Nadelman
Christopher Nicholas as Soichiro Arima
Veronica Taylor as Yukino Miyazawa

Carol Jacobanis as Maho Isawa
Jessica Calvello as Tsukino Miyazawa
Liam O'Brien as Hideaki Asaba
Lisa Ortiz as Tsubasa Shibahime
Megan Hollingshead as Kano Miyazawa
Pete Zarustica as Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Rachael Lillis as Miyako Miyazawa

Angora Deb as Sena Rika
Bill Rogers as
Arima's Friend
Mr. Arima
Pero Pero
Ushio (Kazuma's Band)
Buddy Woodward as
Kazuma Ikeda
Miyako's Father (ep 16)
Crispin Freeman as Arima's Cousin (ep 18)
Ed Paul as Toshiharu Shibahime
Ed Paulson as Takefumi Tonami
J. David Brimmer as Narrator (ep 25)
Jessica Calvello as
Female Student (ep 5)
Ishikawa (ep 10)
Student Cook (ep 2)
Joe D. as
Joker (Kazuma's Band)
Kendo Captain
Male Student
Teacher (ep 7)
Kelli Shayne Butler as
Hiromi Ikeda
Ryoko (Arima's Real Mother; ep 18)
Teacher (ep 2)
Kristen Nelson as
Eiko Arima (ep 18)
Ezumi (ep 10)
Female Student
Megumi (ep 25)
Mrs. Arima
Lea Lane as
Female Student
Tsubaki Sakura
Leicester Tunks as Kawashima
Liam O'Brien as
Gym Teacher
Kouhei Fukada (ep 19)
Martin (Kazuma's Band)
Lisa Ortiz as Female Student (ep 8)
Megan Hollingshead as Teacher (ep 4)
Pete Zarustica as
Male Student (ep 4)
Teacher (ep 7)
Yoshida (ep 5)
Rachael Lillis as
Adult (ep 1)
Aya Sawada
Female Student
Iwata (ep 10)
Student Cook (ep 2)
Teacher (ep 1)
Ted Lewis as
Arima's Friend
Atsuya (Kazuma's Band)
Hiroyuki's Grandfather (ep 16)
Kei Arima (ep 18)
Saito (ep 5)
William Hirsh as
Announcer (ep 4)
Bamboo Pole Salesman (voice only; ep 1)
Male Student (ep 5)
English companies
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand)
DVD Production: Pacific Video Image
Internet Streaming:
Anime News Network
Madman Screening Room (Australia & New Zealand)
Tubi TV (USA)
Recording Studio: Headline Sound Studios
French staff
French cast
Maxime Donnay as Soichiro Arima
Véronique Fyon as Yukino Miyazawa

Alice Ley as Tsubasa Shibahime
Audrey D'Hulstere as Miyako Miyazawa
Beatrice Wegnez as Kano Miyazawa
Christophe Hespel as Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Mélanie Dermont as Tsukino Miyazawa
Sébastien Hebrant as Hideaki Asaba
Sophie Landresse as Maho Izawa

Bruno Mullenaerts as Mr Shibahime
Elisabeth Guinand as Aya Sawada
Elise Huwart as Rika Sena
Jean-Paul Landresse as Grand Père Miyazawa
Maia Baran as Tsubaki Sakura
Micheline Tziamalis as Hiromi Ikeda
Nathalie Hons as Mère d'Arima
Robert Guilmard as Père d'Arima
Sébastien Fayard as Kazuma Ikeda

French companies
Gong (from September 2009)
Nolife (from 19 November 2009)
Distributor: Dybex
Dubbing: Easydub
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Joaquín Gómez (Spain dub)
Translation: Bárbara Pesquer (Catalan dub)

Subtitler: Fabián Sierra (Spain dub)
Theme Song Performance: Ana Orra (Spain dub; OP / ED)
Assumpta Navascues as Yukino Miyazawa (Spain dub)
Carlos Lladó as
Arima Souichirou (Spain dub) 
Souichirou Arima (Spain dub)
Claudi Domingo as Souichirou Arima (Catalan dub)
Marta Ullod as Yukino Miyazawa (Catalan dub)

Ana María Camps as Kano Miyazawa (Spain dub)
Ariadna Jiménez as Tsukino Miyazawa (Spain dub)
Berta Cortés as Kano Miyazawa (Catalan dub)
Gloria Garcia as Miyako Miyazawa (Spain dub)
Jaume Villanueva as Hiroyuki Miyazawa (Catalan dub)
Jordi Pineda as Hiroyuki Miyazawa (Spain dub)
Kike Caraballo as
Asaba Hideaki (Spain dub) 
Hideaki Asaba (Spain dub)
Lourdes López as Miyako Miyazawa (Catalan dub)
Maria Josep Guasch as Maho Izawa (Catalan dub)
Roser Aldabó as Tsukino Miyazawa (Catalan dub)

Aleix Estadella as Tonami (Catalan dub)
Ana María Camps as Rika Sena (Spain dub)
Ariadna Jiménez as Tsubasa Shibahime (Spain dub)
Federico Menescal as Sr. Arima (Catalan dub)
Gloria Garcia as Aya Sawada (Spain dub)
Josep Maria Ullod as Professor Kawashima (Catalan dub)
Julia Chalmeta as Tsubaki Sakura (Spain dub)
Lourdes López as Tsubaki Sakura (Catalan dub)
Mark Ullod as Hideaki Asaba (Catalan dub)
Meritxell Ané as Tsubasa Shibahime (Catalan dub)
Rosa Moyano as Maho Izawa (Spain dub)
Vicky Martínez as Aya Sawada (Catalan dub)

Ana María Camps (Spain dub)
Angel de Gracia (Spain dub)
Ariadna Jiménez (Spain dub)
Claudio Domingo (Spain dub)
Gloria Garcia (Spain dub)
Jordi Pineda (Spain dub)
Julia Chalmeta (Spain dub)
Kike Caraballo (Spain dub)
Rosa Moyano (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Buzz Channel (Spain)
Canal 2 Andalucia (Spain)
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Dubbing Studio: Estudios Teruel (Barcelona, Spain)
DVD Distribution: Jonu Media (Spain)
Translation: TRADUCCIONES IMPOSIBLES (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Cinzia De Carolis
Script: Barbara Chies
Translation: Harue Matsura
Executive producer: Francesco Di Sanzo

Assistant Director of Dubbing: Riccardo Rinaldi
Assistant producer: Jessica Poce
Dolby Surround Mixing: Bruno Frabotta
Dubbing Sound: Alberto Severini
Editorial Coordination: Sandro Cosenza
Mixing Supervision: Giorgio Bassanelli
Post-Production Coordinator: Cristina Minoja
Post-Production Supervision:
Giuseppe Nelva
Valerio Manenti
Postproduction Staff Secretary: Carmen Larovere
Project Leader: Federico Colpi
Synchronization: Salvatore Fabozzi
Technical Assistant: Daniela Nardini
Federica De Bortoli as Yukino Miyazawa
Marco Vivio as Soichiro Arima

Barbara De Bortoli as Miyako Miyazawa
Domitilla D'Amico as Kano Miyazawa
Fabio Boccanera as Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Francesca Manicone as Tsukino Miyazawa
Stella Musy as Maho
Tosawi Piovani as Tsubasa

Alida Milana as Tsubaki
Ilaria Latini as Aya Sawada
Michele Kalamera as Nonno Materno
Monica Vulcano as Yurika
Oliviero Dinelli as Kawashima
Oreste Baldini as Toshiharu Shibahime
Patrizio Prata as Kazuma Ikeda
Perla Liberatori as Rika Sena
Piovani as Tsubasa
Silvio Anselmo as Nonno Paterno
Simone D'Andrea as Tonami Takefumi
Stefano Mondini as Voce Narrante
Stella Musi as Maho
Valentina Rossi as Hiromi Ikeda, madre di Kazuma
Italian companies
Cultoon (from September 2009)
Ka-Boom (from October 2013)
MTV Italia
Distributor: Dynamic Italia
Internet Streaming: PopCorn TV
Postproduction: Studio PV
German staff
German cast
Anja Rybiczka as Kano Miyazawa
Ariane Borbach as Eiko Arima (Souichirou's Mother)
Bodo Wolf as Kawashima sensei
Claudia Urbschat-Mingues as Erzähler 2
Constantin von Jascheroff as Souichirou Arima
Diana Borgwardt as Tsukino Miyazawa
Giuliana Jakobeit as Maho Izawa
Jochen Schröder as Großvater
Julia Kaufmann as Tsubaki Sakura
Julia Ziffer as Sena Rika
Kim Hasper as Katsuma Ikeda
Mario von Jascheroff as Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Nicolas Artajo as Hideaki Asaba
Peter Groeger as Opa von Hiroyuki
Rubina Kuraoka as Yukino Miyazawa
Sonja Scherff as Aya Sawada
Stefan Gossler as Shouji Arima (Souichirou's Father)
Thomas Nero Wolff as Toshiharu Shibahime
Till Hagen as Erzähler 1
Tobias Müller as Takefumi Tonami
German companies
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
Dubbing Director: Lucio Maylas
Script: Rona Aguilar
Grace Cornel as Yukino Miyazawa
Jon Maylas as Souichirou Arima

Arnold Abad as
Hiroyuki Miyazawa
Takefumi Tonami
Hazel Hernan as
Miyako Miyazawa
Tsubaki Sakura
Kris Maliorca as
Aya Sawada
Maho Izawa
Leslie Paraboles as Hideki Asaba
Louie Paraboles as
Mike (Katsuma Ikeda)
Toshiharu Shibahime
Rona Aguilar as
Kano Miyazawa
Sena Rika
Rowena Benavidez as Tsubaki Shibahime 
Tagalog companies
Dubbing: ABS-CBN
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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