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Amagami SS is the anime adaptation of the Japanese dating simulation game Amagami. It has 25 episodes and one OVA. The anime adaptation is divided into six four-episode story arcs where each arc focuses on one of the main heroines. The Christmas special episode covers the story arc for the heroine Risa Kamizaki, while the OVA released in April 2011 depicts a side story with the younger sister Miya Tachibana. The anime has ten pieces of theme music: two opening themes and eight ending themes; each ending theme is sung by the voice actresses of the heroines of the series in their respective story arc.

Episodes

# Arc Name
1 Haruka "Admiration"
2 "Approach"
3 "Jealousy"
4 "Romance"
5 Kaoru "Buddies"
6 "Hesitation"
7 "Betrayal"
8 "Progress"
9 Sae "Underclassman"
10 "Training"
11 "Changes"
12 "Lovers"
13 Ai "The Worst"
14 "Heartthrob"
15 "Transformation"
16 "Confessions"
17 Rihoko "Memories"
18 "Assistance"
19 "Succession"
20 "Goodbyes"
21 Tsukasa "Discoveries"
22 "Hidden Side"
23 "Pride"
24 "Promise"
25 Risa "The Truth"
26 Miya "Little Sister"

OVAs

# Name
1 "Haruka Morishima Side Story"
2 "Kaoru Tanamachi Side Story"
3 "Sae Nakata Side Story"
4 "Ai Nanasaki Side Story"
5 "Rihoko Sakurai Side Story"
6 "Tsukasa Ayatsuji Side Story"

Songs

Opening Theme

Ending Theme

  • Kimi No Hitomi Ni Koishiteru by Shizuka Itou
  • Kitto Ashita Wa ... by Rina Satou
  • Anata Shika Mienai by Hiromi Konno
  • Koi Wa Mizuiro by Yukana
  • Koi wa Aserazu by Ryouko Shintani
  • Nageki No Tenshi by Kaori Nazuka
  • Koi No Yukue by Mai Kadowaki
  • Suteki Na Aru Hi by Kana Asumi

Manga

  • A manga adaptation titled Amagami: Sincerely Yours, illustrated by Kotetsu Sakura, began serialization in Enterbrain's Famitsu Comic Clear on October 30, 2009. The first tankōbon volume was published on June 29, 2010.
  • A second manga titled Amagami: Precious Diary, illustrated by Tarō Shinonome, which spans 2 volumes and focuses on Tsukasa Ayatsuji, started serialization in Hakusensha's Young Animal on November 27, 2009; the manga is also serialized in Young Animal's special edition magazine Young Animal Island in irregular intervals. The first volume was released on June 15, 2010.
  • A third manga titled Amagami: Precious Diary - Kaoru, also illustrated by Tarō Shinonome, focuses on Kaoru Tanamachi.
  • A fourth manga titled Amagami: Love Goes On!, illustrated by Ryuya Kamino, which focuses on Ai Nanasaki, began serialization in the March 2010 issue of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Maoh. The first volume was released on August 27, 2010.
  • A fifth manga in four-panel comic strip format titled Amagami! (あまがみっ!), illustrated by Piaisai, is also serialized in Famitsu Comic Clear and began serialization on April 30, 2010.
  • A sixth manga titled Amagami: Close to You, illustrated by Tomoya Andō, which focuses on Rihoko Sakurai, is published in Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace.

Trivia

  • The story in every Amagami manga is somewhat different in the anime series.
  • There are minor differences between the anime and the original visual novel
    • For example: during Tsukasa Ayatsuji's route in the visual novel, Junichi Tachibana overhears Ayatsuji's scream in the park and comes to check on her only to find that a dog had peed on her foot. Junichi offers to carry her home. Roughly the same event takes place in Episode 22, except in the anime it occurs outside of the school.
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