The Hyakunin Isshu are an anthology of one hundred poems found in a trational Japanese card game called Karuta. Presented by the person who selected the writings, Fujiwara no Teika, this is a glimpse into the origin of some of them. Since the majority of them are love compositions, the focus remains on romance in ancient Japan.
Runtime: 24 minutes
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Chōyaku Hyakunin Isshu: Uta Koi (超訳百人一首 うた恋い) is a historical Josei manga written and illustrated by Kei Sugita, and published by Media Factory. An anime adaptation by TYO Animations began airing in July 2012. Uta Koi is a “super liberal” interpretation of the Hyakunin isshu anthology of 100 romantic poems by 100 poets compiled during the Heian period.
Chouyaku Hyakunin Isshu: Uta Koi - Anime - Netflix
An anime adaptation of Uta Koi began airing on 3 July 2012. The opening song is “Love Letter from Nanika?” (ラブレター・フロム・何か？) by ecosystem, and the closing song is “Singin' My Lu” by SOUL'd OUT.
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