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Mar 16, 2013

Mirai Nikki Opening and Ending Theme

An adaptation anime of 26 episodes animated by Asread and directed by Naoto Hosoda. The series uses four pieces of theme music: two opening themes and two ending themes. For the first 14 episodes, the opening theme is "Kūsō Mesorogiwi " (Fantasy Mythology) by Yousei Teikoku, and the ending theme is "Blood Teller" by Faylan. For episode 15 onwards, the opening theme is "Dead End" by Faylan, and the ending theme is "Filament" by Teikoku.
Mirai Nikki
At the beginning of the action the student Yukiteru Amano in a monologue in front of his life. It is revealed that he is having a difficult to forge genuine friendships. Instead, he invested most of their time to participate in a diary to write, in which he captures the daily events in detail.

Jan 23, 2013

Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero Opening and Ending Theme

Hagure Yuusha no Estetica is a series of light novel Japanese realized by Tetsuto Uesu. In 2012, the series was adapted into a manga and a TV series anime. The opening theme is "Realization" by Faylan and the ending theme is "Ai no Sei de Nemurenai" by Aki Misato.
Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero
The story follows an international organization called Babel which protects young people from other worlds. A rebel hero named Akatsuki is back to the real world from a magical world called Alazzard, along with a beautiful girl, the daughter of the demon king of that world.

Jan 8, 2013

Hyakka Ryouran Samurai Girls Opening and Ending Theme

The series is based on the Sengoku period or early Edo period of Japan, although it takes place in the present time. The opening theme for the series is "Last vision for last" by Faylan, while the ending theme is "Koi ni Sesse Tooryanse" by Aoi Yuki, Minako Kotobuki, and Rie Kugimiya.
Samurai Girls anime
The series takes place in an alternate version of Japan called Great Japan, because in an alternate reality where the Tokugawa shogunate remained active and has remained isolated from the rest of the world.