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Old 2004-07-10, 19:20   Link #1
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Midori no Hibi - Q & A

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Midori no Hibi..just curious how you would translate the name...Well, the hibi part anyway. Sorry if this was asked before but I couldn't find it T-T

(edit) I did some searching around on some other forum and thet translated it as "Modori's Day". Is that what it means? i was thinking it was something like that but I thought hibi ment everyday T-T

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Old 2004-07-10, 20:04   Link #2
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"Days of Midori" or some variation there-of.
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Old 2004-08-18, 15:17   Link #3
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Midori no Hibi

I was wondering if anyone could shed some light on this for me. I was scrolling through AnimeDaisuki to see when exactly a show airs on Japan when I noticed that they have Midori no Hinbi (Midori's Day they call it) as airing Sundays at 23:30 and currently at episode 21. Now if I'm not mistaken the series ended at 13 eps didn't it? Is this Daisuki's mistake or has the series really extended past 13? Go here and check it out:

http://animedaisuki.net:8008/#TV_Series


I am really interested in knowing since I haven't even seen raws for anything above 13 in months. Anyway, let me know if anyone knows anything.


*not to mods: this link does not send you to anywhere to dl eps.
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Old 2004-08-18, 15:56   Link #4
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Must be a mistake. This series is over.
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Old 2004-08-21, 12:10   Link #5
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Well it seemed like it ended to me at 13.. Maybe they gave it another go? Personally I wouldnt mind seeing more of these characters, I really enjoyed them and I found they didnt spend enough time with one of my favorite characters, Takamizawa. Also on AnimeNfo it says under total episodes "(13 x 24)" so maybe there is a 2nd series to the show of 24 episodes.
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Old 2004-08-21, 16:14   Link #6
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Well it seemed like it ended to me at 13.. Maybe they gave it another go? Personally I wouldnt mind seeing more of these characters, I really enjoyed them and I found they didnt spend enough time with one of my favorite characters, Takamizawa. Also on AnimeNfo it says under total episodes "(13 x 24)" so maybe there is a 2nd series to the show of 24 episodes.
They mean 13 eps x 24 minutes....and, well, yeah, it's definitely a mistake, they're even doing the same thing with KonoMini on Anime daisuki.
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Old 2004-08-21, 17:13   Link #7
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They mean 13 eps x 24 minutes....and, well, yeah, it's definitely a mistake, they're even doing the same thing with KonoMini on Anime daisuki.
Oh, now I feel like an idiot.. Well on other shows it doesnt do that, for Full Metal Alchemist all it says is 52 episodes and not how long they are.. Oh well, stupid inconsistent site.. Either way, I would like to see more of the characters in new eps somehow, but I was satisfied with the ending.
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Old 2006-02-12, 16:22   Link #8
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The other title translation is "My Days With Midori" by the way.
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Old 2006-03-01, 23:37   Link #9
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This anime is strangely disturbing... doing it with your right hand? LOL.
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