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Toradora! (English Subtitled) 1 Season 2011

Season 1
3.9 out of 5 stars (23) IMDb 8.2/10

Toradora!

Starring:
Rie Kugimiya, Junji Majima

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1. Toradora! Ep. 1

Toradora! is a romantic comedy involving Taiga and Ryuji. They seem to have little in common, but they team up to achieve a mutual goal. Check out the two main characters and the others supporting them.

Language: English Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: August 11, 2011
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2. Toradora! Ep. 2

As Ryuji spends more time with Taiga, he finds both kindness and weakness in her. He promises to be the dragon to help the tiger capture the heart of her love.

Language: English Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 11, 2011
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3. Toradora! Ep. 3

This episode focuses mainly on Ryuji's crush, Minori. She runs around working hart at both softball practices and part-time jobs. Ryuji watches in admiration from afar. This episode has both comedy and drama to show what makes Minori so attractive.

Language: English Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: August 11, 2011
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4. Toradora! Ep. 4

Kitamura tells Ryuji he first me Taiga when he tried to ask her out. Taiga also shows a different side when she tries to find a picture of Kitamura, but can't decide on one she likes.

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5. Toradora! Ep. 5

The final main character, Ami Kawashima, appears. Ryuji was caught off-guard by her true nature. She acts like an innocent angel, but she is, in fact, a selfish little demon. She could be a new source of problems as she doesn't get along with Taiga at all.

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6. Toradora! Ep. 6

Was Ami actually jealous of Taiga who can be herself in front of anybody? She lets loose a river of tears when she finally confronts and gets rid of the stalker following her around. Did we finally get to see her natural self?

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7. Toradora! Ep. 7

This episode focuses on pools and poolside antics. Ami's model body, Minori's healthy look, and Taiga who has supposedly grown since last year's picture all appear!

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8. Toradora! Ep. 8

Expressing such deep emotions is difficult. Taiga would never have said Ryuji is hers in tears if it wasn't for this incident. Sounds almost like a confession or a proposal but...

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9. Toradora! Ep. 9

Even the reserved Ryuji plans to do something during his summer vacation beach trip. However, this plan relies solely on Taiga, so maybe he should reconsider...

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10. Toradora! Ep. 10

On this trip, Ryuji sees a new side of Minori. Ami is interested in Ryuji, and Taiga watches and Ryuji grows closer to Minori. Perhaps a new chapter in their relationship will begin.

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11. Toradora! Ep. 11

Is Taiga going to reconcile with her father because of Ryuji? Ryuji realizes he has been transposing his own thoughts and feelings about his father onto Taiga. He realizes how much it hurts when Taiga goes back without saying a word. Did he ever stop to consider her feelings at all?

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12. Toradora! Ep. 12

The wrestling show was a big hit. Everyone in attendance got kick out of it... except for that 30-year-old woman. Somehow, Taiga doesn't seem happy as she waits for her father. Ryuji and Minori also don't seem happy, after getting into an argument. These tense moments last into Part 3 of the Culture Festival.

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13. Toradora! Ep. 13

Taiga is bearing the sadness she feels about her father not coming to the beauty pageant. However, Taiga mustered a smile for both Ryuji and Minori, who arrived on the scene battered and bruised.

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14. Toradora! Ep. 14

The story picks up after the school festival, but before voting for the student council. Check out Taiga screaming at Ryuji! Yasuko's comment becomes an important clue!

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15. Toradora! Ep. 15

Kitamura, who has always been a model student, has gone nuts. You only get to see "blonde Kitamura" twice. What's even more rare is Ryuji, Taiga, and Kitamura together at Ryuji's house. Even thought she's bad at it, Taiga's attempts to cook are adorable.

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16. Toradora! Ep. 16

The climax begins with Kitamura's confession. Taiga and Sumire fight each other, getting bloodied and beaten up. There is an interesting scene near the episode's end.

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17. Toradora! Ep. 17

Starting with this episode, the opening and ending themes change, and thanks to the catchy subtitle, it's a memorable episode. You'll get hooked on Taiga's lovely smile, but Minori's depression is worrisome. Also, Haruta's imagination sequence is a refreshing change.

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18. Toradora! Ep. 18

A surprising chock reverberated through Japan when the giant Christmas tree collapsed. The shock was especially large because everyone knew how hard Taiga and Ami worked on it. Other than this, the scene where Taiga talks about her present is definitely worth watching.

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19. Toradora! Ep. 19

There are two major scenes in this episode. First is the event with Taiga and Ami. The other half deals with Ryuji, Taiga, and Minori's drama. The scene where Taiga runs crying was animated carefully.

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20. Toradora! Ep. 20

It's the new year, but everybody is stuck on what happened at the Christmas event. It's difficult to watch Taiga and Minori working so hard for each other's well-being, but never getting the results they intended. Thought it is nice to hear a teacher claim she has burnt to nothing!

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21. Toradora! Ep. 21

A dramatic pacing shift! Minori and Ami get into a fist fight and Taiga gets lost in a blizzard. Towards the end, Ryuji accidentally hears Taiga's feelings about him.

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22. Toradora! Ep. 22

With Taiga gone, Ryuji's future is uncertain. It's an interesting scene because it reflects Taiga and Ryuji's future a little, as well. The scene at the ramen restaurant is a great change of pace.

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23. Toradora! Ep. 23

The sudden change from the lovely Valentine's Day scene is powerful and shows that Minori is serious. Another memorable scene is when Taiga reassures Ryuji that Yasuko will all right.

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24. Toradora! Ep. 24

Minori and Ami gave up on their feelings, while Ryuji and Taiga elope. Since Episode 24 is like the climax, it's longer than the rest. Also, the ED theme runs in the background.

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25. Toradora! Ep. 25

The final episode where every character's story comes to an end. Ryuji and Taiga get together, and afterward, Taiga takes a different path. There are also scenes of heart-warming friendship between the classmates.

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I really do appreciate the lightheartedness of the anime. Toradora I find comparable to the Ouran High School Host Club Series, in that it doesn't take itself too seriously and the parts that are dramatic are suitable for the situation. The animation is clean and crisp and you'll find yourself relating to the characters from the beginning of the series all the way to the end. This anime is one of those rare jewels were I found myself laughing aloud and saying "A[...]" at the romantic moments.Of all the upstanding animes this one by far sticks out in my mind. I believe this series is perfect for the romantic, comedy, shoujo, lovers and definitely recommend watching it a thousand times over. :)
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Toradora! Volume 1 Standard Edition
I read the other reviews good and bad. I the watched the whole series on You tube -Twice.
By then I was so hooked I had to buy the whole series! Good points- Great animation, Very well fleshed out characters,
The funniest anime in my collection! Great story lines, A truly great romance, Satisfying final resolution to series.
So good you want to watch it over and over and will still pickup new nuances every time through.
Just watch the whole first episode on You tube and you'll be hooked too.
Bad points- There are no bad points!!!
The series is in two volumes, The one I am reviewing and volume 2 standard edition, 25 total episodes.
It is in Japanese with English subtitles -you will prefer it this way after watching it, its hilarious!
My top recommendation to this, it is my new favorite!

UPDATE- I just received my DVD's They are crystal clear transfers in widescreen. The English
subtitles have been slightly updated from those I saw on You Tube and make more sense to the
story. Be sure to watch the last episode all the way through the end of the credits or you
will miss very important scenes. -Enjoy.
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Ryuji and Taiga meet by coincidence. As it turns out, they have a crush on each others best friend. They also happen to live next door to each other. Despite their totally different backgrounds and attitudes, they decide to team up and help the other get close to the ones they love. As time passes, the pair begins to feel something comforting and natural about being with one another. What will they do about the feelings they have had all this time? What will they do about the new feelings that have surfaced? One thing is for sure. In a love pentagon, a few hearts are bound to be broken.

This series starts off kind of silly. It actually remains that way most of the way through. At the same time, it deals with very serious and intense emotions. There are times when I thought, " oh my gosh, this is stupid". There were also times when I almost cried . It's a lot like Clannad or Kanon in that regard. There are a lot of great characters, plot twists, and plenty of emotion to go around. The production quality of this series is also very good. The animation, soundtrack, and voice actors are all top notch.

I do have a few issues with Toradora though. I really wish it was dubbed, for one. It's hard to relax when you're undivided attention is focused on reading subs. You can't turn away for a second because much of the dialogue is very important. My other problem is the ending. It's not the worst ending I've ever seen, but it doesn't seem to fit. After all the characters had been through together, you would expect them to be different. That's all I'll say about that though.

Despite my 2 issues with Toradora, I thoroughly enjoyed watching it. I think it ranks up inn my top 10 anime dramas ever. It's also kind of expensive like many other anime series out there.
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I really like this anime. It tells a great story and has many arcs in its 24 episode run. The characters are unique and believeable, which is not something you see in anime very often. I would recommend this to anyone who likes this type of anime, and maybe even to those who don't. ToraDora is that good to me. But the font used for the subtitles on the amazon version is way to small for my taste. I haven't seen the DVD release subtitles, but compared to the other subtitled anime I've watched through other sources, amazon fails in comparison. That is literally my only gripe for this series, and it's not even about the series itself, just how it was handled in this release version. I highly recommend anyone interested give ToraDora a watch because you'll enjoy every episode. Just maybe try to find a different version with a larger font.
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I was getting irritated reading some of the other reviews so I decided to make my own. ToraDora was one of the first animes I watched all the way through in Japanese with english subtitles and I really enjoyed it. Fans of Ouran or Fruits Basket should definitly give this one a try. I haven't recieved the discs yet but I'm really excited to add them to my collection. The books are currently being printed in English and I've heard rumors that a English Dub series is on the way. While the ending may not be satisfactory for some fans, others may not have a problem with it, if it irritates you that much just watch it on YouTube or something before you decide whether or not to buy.
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