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  • Actors: Scott Page-Pagter, Sôichirô Hoshi, Ayako Kawasumi, Akiko Hiramatsu, Satsuki Yukino
  • Directors: Masami Shimoda
  • Writers: Katsuhiko Takayama, Ken'ichi Kanemaki, Masashi Kubota
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: July 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00022354E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #415,537 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi, Volume 1: Fate (Episodes 1-4)" on IMDb

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The second broadcast season of Ai Yori Aoshi picks up two years after childhood sweethearts Aoi and Kaoru met again and set up their odd ménage in one of Aoi's family mansions. Kaoru is now a graduate student; Chika, Taeko's bouncy cousin, has joined the household, adding to the number of girls with innocent crushes on Kaoru. Nothing else has changed: Miyabi runs the show, Aoi cheerfully cooks and cleans, Taeko breaks more than she tidies, and Tina sponges off them. The filmmakers never succeed in reconciling the wistful, treacly romance between Aoi and Kaoru with the many fan service shots of panties, breasts, etc., and viewers may find themselves longing for a little of the gleeful mischief of Love Hina or Tenchi Muyo. The extras include the mini-episode "Miyuki," in which Aoi appears to bachelor Kaoru as Santa Claus. (Rated 13 and older: nudity, risqué humor) --Charles Solomon

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ren on December 26, 2004
Format: DVD
The 2nd season of Ai Yori Aoshi started out good! Actually, so good in fact that it gives you that feeling of reuniting all the fun you had with the first season. Aoi's ukeness is still there. Chika's cuteness is still there. Miyabi's nagginess is still there. Hell, even Tina's booze drinking is still there! ^o^

This 13 episode season has some of the cutest moments, and I love seeing Aoi and Kaoru share intimate moments. It shows how strong love can be, even in the modern world of angst. Though is it just me, or does Enishi have lots more fan service than before? Very Love Hina like, well sorta! Tina Foster is so freaking hilarious, and hearing her in the dub is a treat. Who doesn't love a hyper american fondling boobs *o* She's my idol! LOL

The dubbing isint that bad either! They perfected Aoi's submissive tone, Taeko's clumsy tone and Tina's southern USA tone convinced me. Though some of the secondary characters sounded whacked. Both Pioneer(Geneon) ADV Films, etc. never had a perfect cast of VAs, but rarely get close.

I truely recommend it to those who loved the original season <3 Though I don't recommend it to Love Hina fans, don't expect Kaoru to get knocked 1,000 feet in the air and still survive @o@ Anyway The opening "Takaramono" and closing "I do" are wonderful! Yoko Ishida's Takaramono is just as memorable as Towa no Hana.

I'm a legend in the Otaku world, and I recommend this anime! Whoever doesn't thinks so, well too bad! Cliches are cliches, and Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi lives up to it's 24 episode original.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Robin Gingras on July 24, 2004
Format: DVD
Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi is a very well-written love story, continued from the first season. Although some of the translations are a bit literal, the story is very well-written (I would suggest watching it with Japanese audio and English subtitles). Overall, a very good Anime for the die-hard Anime fan. There are quite a few sexual innuendos, but what would be the fun without them?
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on July 14, 2004
Format: DVD
I absolutely adore the ai yori yoshi series with its sappy mushy storyline of two starcrossed fiances (kaoru&aoi)and a houseful of hopeful girls wanting to catch kaoru's eye. i personally have never seen the enshi series but from what i get from the review above i think it will be an awsome sequel to the great fanservicing series ai yori aoshi!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on July 13, 2006
Format: DVD
I accidentally saw the first eight episodes of Enishi, the second season of Ai Yori Aoshi, before backtracking to the first season. I was so enchanted with Aoi Sakuraba, the kindly soft-spoken landlady in the indigo kimono, I felt I made a new friend that day. Enishi lasted for twelve episodes. The second season's subtitle "enishi" harkens back to the first season, as the first episode was titled "Enishi."

Aoi tells the precocious and cute Chika Minazuki "Enishi means the bonds that tie people to one another. Everyone here is tied to one another by Enishi. That's why we all met, tied to each other by Enishi." There is a mystical and deterministic spiritual sense there, of how the various lines of fate intertwine to form those bonds, and yet it was meant to happen. Anyway, two years have passed since Kaoru Hanabishi and Aoi Sakuraba were united. The romantic mood is set by Aoi gazing at the cherry blossom petals drifting with the gentle breeze, highlighted by her savouring the mood, eyes closed, arms outstretched, remembering the anniversary.

We meet Chika Minazuki's two best friends at Fujimino High School for Girls, the lively Natsuki Komiya and shy but gentle Chizuru Aizawa, all three the most serious members of the swim team. When Natsuki discovers a photo of Chika and Kaoru, and the former says that they live together, Natsuki and Chizuru freak out big time, thinking she's gone to third base with Kaoru at so young an age. That demands a visit to the Sakuraba mansion on Sunday. However, Chika's nervousness at trying to keep her friends away from Kaoru so they won't ask him questions leads to all sorts of comedy, including a fight between Natsuki and Mayu.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on November 26, 2012
Format: DVD
Ai Yori Aoshi is the story of 2 childhood friends whose arranged marriage is nullified after Kaoru leaves his family. Years later his former betrothed, Aoi,finds him and still intends to marry him. He is skeptical at first, but soon comes around after seeing that she is sweet and pure of heart. She's pretty much the perfect young lady. Her family is against her stubborn intention to stay with Kaoru. In order to avoid scandal, they set them up in a huge summer home and call Kaoru a tenant and Aoi the landlord. Along with Aoi's cartaker, and several other college friends, the young couple begins their journey together. Everyday they get to know each other better and love each other more. As this happens, they have a harder time keeping their relationship a secret.

In volume 1, all the residents of the Sakuraba home return, along with Chika. They all have fun making friends, going on trips, playing tennis, and looking for ghosts. This DVD gives you a sense of relief that nothing has changed and the characters you love so much are here to stay.

This is a great anime series. Enishi is the 2nd season of Ai Yori Aoshi. It isn't much different from season 1. It's more of the same stuff, but that's okay. It stays interesting and lots of fun. It is hard to compare this series to another. It's closest to Clannad I think. Just not nearly as emotional, and there is a bit more fan service. Enishi is shorter than the 1st season, it's only 12 episodes. It also doesn't really resolve anything. The series ends with everything much the as it was in the beginning of the show with everyone living together happily. It's okay though, that's really how you want it to end. Rather than hearts being broken and people drifting apart like in real life, everybody lives happily ever after under the same roof. Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi is a great series any way that you look at it. It's one you'll always look back upon with fond memories.
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