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Girls Bravo
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(Gārusu Burabō)
Genre Comedy, Harem
Author Mario Kaneda
Publisher Japan Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher United States Canada United Kingdom Tokyopop
Singapore Chuang Yi (English)
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Shōnen Ace
Original run December 26, 2000May 26, 2005
Volumes 10
TV anime
Director Ei Aoki
Studio Japan AIC
Licensor United States Canada Geneon
Network Japan Fuji Television (1st season), WOWOW (2nd season)
Original run July 6, 2004September 28, 2004 (1st season)
January 27, 2005–April 21, 2005 (2nd season)
Episodes 24
Girls Bravo Romance 15's
Developer Kadokawa Shoten
Publisher Kadokawa Shoten
Genre Dating sim, Visual novel
Rating Ages 15 and up
Platform PlayStation 2
Released January 27, 2005
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Girls Bravo (GIRLSブラボー Gārusu Burabō?) is a bishōjo manga series, created by Mario Kaneda, which ran in Shōnen Ace beginning in December 2000. In 2004, AIC produced an anime adaptation, which originally ran on Fuji Television before switching to WOWOW for the latter half of the series. The anime series is licensed and distributed in North America by Geneon Universal Entertainment, while Tokyopop publishes the manga. In Singapore, the manga is published by Chuang Yi.



Girls Bravo features a young male student named Yukinari Sasaki who was teased and bullied by girls to the point that he developed an allergic reaction, breaking out in hives whenever he comes into contact with a female. One day, when he comes back from school, he gets kicked into his bathtub by Kirie and is transported to "Seiren", a mysterious world with a mostly female population. While Seiren is featured in several episodes, the majority of the series takes place in Japan.


Major characters

  • Yukinari Sasaki (佐々木 雪成 Sasaki Yukinari?), the series main character. Because of his small stature and generally meek disposition, Yukinari has been bullied by girls his entire life and therefore suffers an allergic reaction that causes him to break out in hives whenever he comes into contact with a woman. (in 2 instances he loses concioussness after being hugged/and or touching a girls breasts.) One day, he is knocked into his bathtub and is transported to the alien world of Seiren, a planet where men comprise less than 10% of the population. Upon arriving in Seiren, Yukinari meets a young girl named Miharu who for some reason does not cause him to break out on contact. Yukinari has a bad habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. This, along with other 'close encounters', gets him kicked, punched, and otherwise beaten up by Kirie. He lives alone in the anime.
Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese), Yuri Lowenthal (English)
  • Cover for the first Girls Bravo manga volume
    Miharu Sena Kanaka (ミハル·セナ·カナカ?), a pink-haired resident of Seiren who pulled Yukinari into her world and later followed him back to Earth to live with him. She has a mark on her forehead shaped like three dots in a triangle, which provides her with several powers, such as the ability to transfer between Seiren and Earth, and the power to create explosions whenever she's in emotional distress. She is also the only woman who can touch Yukinari without triggering his allergy. Miharu has an outrageous appetite and an impossibly rapid metabolism. She spends most of the series questioning her friends whether something is edible or not (like butterflies), and her continuous misunderstandings about Earth (such as believing that April Fools' Day means that everyone on Earth lies for one day) is the title's primary source of humor. Despite this, she has a heart of gold, an explorer's fascination with Earth and a genuinely open affection for Yukinari. She is an extremely innocent girl who does not show any discomfort with being partially or fully naked in front of Yukinari, and she does not lose her temper even when made the target of Fukuyama's lecherous actions, unless in the process he eats or otherwise ruins whatever she happens to be eating at the time.
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese), Michelle Ruff (English)
  • Kirie Kojima (小島 桐絵 Kojima Kirie?), Yukinari's neighbor and classmate who takes care of him from time to time. She's especially well-endowed, which makes her a natural target for Kazuharu Fukuyama's perverted actions. However, due to her physical aptitude and martial-arts abilities, she always manages to turn the tables on him. She also sometimes punishes Yukinari for his 'perverted' actions, although they are accidental on Yukinari's part. Kirie accidentally sends Yukinari to his first arrival into Seiren when she slugs him for unintentionally peeping on her when her shower wasn't working correctly and she used Yukinari's instead, which led him to fall into the bathtub. Despite their somewhat turbulent relationship, it's hinted many times that she has much deeper feelings for Yukinari, and possibly towards Fukuyama, describing him as 'my type of idiot' in the last episode. Because of her strong character, Kirie seems to attract a large number of admirers among the boys in her high school. In the anime she also attracts female admirers, specifically Kosame and Ms. Hijiri, much to her chagrin, although in the manga Kirie was accosted by an alternate version of Lisa when she entered a parallel world through an enchanted mirror in Fukuyama's house. A running joke throughout the series is Kirie's complete lack of cooking skills which result in the creation of food that's not only inedible but hazardous as well. In fact, Fukuyama once ate a bento lunch prepared by her and fell ill. Kirie suffers an overwhelming fear of ghosts and the paranormal, and despite her tomboyish character enjoys collecting dolls.
Voiced by: Chiwa Saitō (Japanese), Stephanie Sheh (English, credited as Lulu Chiang)
  • Kazuharu Fukuyama (福山 和春 Fukuyama Kazuharu?), a classmate of Yukinari and Kirie and the series primary antagonist. Fukuyama is rich, powerful, and perverted and while he often chases girls and picks on Yukinari (who he nicknames "chibi-nari", or "puny-nari" in the English dub) he does show a serious, caring side in critical situations. He is a severe androphobe to the point that he's developed an allergy that causes him to break out with a rash whenever he comes into contact with another male. Extremely stealthful, he has the ability to suddenly appear without the others noticing until he announces his presence, whereupon he either gropes or strips the girls of their clothing, which always earns him a severe beating from Kirie. Despite his own lecherous behaviour, Fukuyama is highly protective of his younger sister, Lisa, and strongly objects to her affections for Yukinari.
Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (Japanese), Liam O'Brien (English)
  • Lisa Fukuyama (福山 リサ Fukuyama Risa?), Fukuyama's slightly insane younger sister. Lisa is a master of black magic, which has caused more than a few problems throughout the series (infesting her family's mansion with ghosts, summoning a giant octopus in the school swimming pool, causing an explosion within a shopping center). Lisa is constantly accompanied by Hayate and Kosame, who cater to her every whim such as gathering intelligence or even kidnapping. She develops an infatuation for Yukinari after his appearance matches a description in her horoscope for her soul mate and often employs her magic to get closer to him—with predictably disastrous results. Although she considers Miharu a rival, she is very fond of Ebi, who reminds her of the pet cat she owned when she was a little girl. In the anime, Ebi's girl form reminds her of the beloved doll she used to spend her days with, which she was reunited with later on in the series.
Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese), Hunter MacKenzie Austin (English)
  • Koyomi Hare Nanaka (コヨミ·ハレ·ナナカ?), a resident of Seiren who suffers a paralyzing fear of men. Her phobia is only made worse by being one of Fukuyama's favorite targets; in the manga, this results in her keeping a diary of the many times he's accosted her. Originally sent to Earth on a mission from the Space Travel Agency to 'retrieve' Miharu, she later moves into Yukinari's house on a prolonged mission to find a husband for Maharu, Miharu's sister. Of course, her male phobia makes the act of even talking to a man nearly impossible. In the anime, Koyomi is also searching for her long-lost father, a native of Earth, whom she later reunites with at the series' end. Koyomi's favorite pastime is reading, and she has a natural talent for table tennis. In the anime she's even won the Seiren tournament five years in a row. Koyomi's mother possessed a Seikon mark like Miharu, and Koyomi herself possesses a dormant form of Seikon, which allowed her to create a portal to Seiren after Miharu was kidnapped in the anime. Koyomi in the anime also adopts a large python as a pet after being tricked into wearing it over herself during Fukuyama's Cosplay Mahjong game, which is ironic considering her fear of men and snakes being a phallic symbol.
Voiced by: Masayo Kurata (Japanese), Carrie Savage (English)
  • Tomoka Lana Jude (トモカ·ラナ·ジュード Tomoka Rana Jūdo?), a resident of Seiren who was sent to aid Koyomi in finding Maharu a groom after Koyomi's less than productive efforts. Although a child, Tomoka deeply resents being treated as one and insists that she's as mature as anyone else, despite frequent actions by her which prove otherwise. Unlike the other female characters, she gets along fairly well with Fukuyama (presumably because she's too young for him to have any sexual interest in), whom she refers to as "big-brother," and the two occasionally team up to obtain some mutual objective. In the anime, Tomoka frequently uses Ebi as a makeshift club for hitting almost anything and anyone. Tomoka can also use transformation magic, and in the anime becomes friends with Lisa after conceding defeat in a magical duel. She is also obsessed with Poyon, her favorite TV show character. Because she's a child, Tomoka is able to have contact with Yukinari without triggering his female allergy. She also looks up to Kirie as a "big-sister" ("onee-chan" in the original dub). For example, she follows Kirie's example of drop-kicking Fukuyama right in the face. In the manga, Tomoka is later revealed to be a genius capable of instantly answering a complex math equation from a college entrance exam.
Voiced by: Ayaka Saito (Japanese), J-Ray (English)
  • Ebi (えび?), a rare and magical creature from Seiren. Ebi in the manga was accidentally summoned by Miharu during a bath, whereas in the anime she was accidentally brought to earth in Tomoka's luggage. In both versions, Miharu adopts her as a pet, although in the anime she originally wondered if Ebi would taste good. She resembles a plump miniature seal with the face of a cat and a pair of large bobbing antenna, which causes Miharu to claim she resembles a shrimp and is where her name came from (ebi being the Japanese word for shrimp). Ebi in the anime suffers a great deal of torment at the hands of Tomoka, who uses her as a flail, fishing bait, a handball, etc. On one occasion, Tomoka transformed Ebi into a small green-haired girl to show off her magical knowledge, although in the manga Tomoka only did it briefly, as Yukinari and Kirie paid more attention to the transformed Ebi than to her. Ebi is surprisingly intelligent, and during a Mahjong match in the anime, she thought through the entire play in her mind. Unfortunately, Tomoka was a novice and Ebi couldn't speak human language, rendering her plan fruitless. Ebi in the anime is also able to shoot a powerful beam attack (called the E-beam by Tomoka) from her mouth.
Voiced by: Tomoko Kaneda/Fumihiko Tachiki (Japanese)

Minor characters

  • Maharu Sena Kanaka (マハル·セナ·カナカ?), Miharu's well-endowed older sister. She is very determined and won't hesitate to use violence to get her way. Although initially jealous of Miharu's relationship with Yukinari, she later gave her blessing for them to be together. Much to Yukinari's dismay, that does not stop her from flirting and fondling him whenever she gets a chance. Due to Seiren's low male population and the fact that she's inching dangerously close to 30, Maharu assigns both Koyomi and Tomoka to find a man of her own on earth. Though flirtatious, she is, in fact, quite picky by Seiren standards, rejecting Fukuyama immediately upon discovering his perverted nature. In the end of the anime she asks Hayate if he would like to get married, but an answer was not given.
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara (Japanese), Megan Hollingshead (English, credited as Karen Thompson)
  • Hayate (疾風?), one of Lisa's attendants. While he only makes a handful of appearances in the manga, Hayate in the anime forms a strong rivalry/friendship with Tomoka, and the two occasionally battle one another in friendly duels. Hayate is a very calm, loyal, and serious individual who will go to great lengths for his mistress, Lisa; this usually involves doing some sort of research or private investigating. Tomoka nicknames him "ninja" because of his stealthy ways, only revealing himself when attending to Lisa, or to attack.
Voiced by: Takanori Hoshino (Japanese), Patrick Seitz (English)
  • Kosame (小雨?), Lisa's second attendant. She has only a small role in the manga but in the anime, after a battle with Kirie, becomes completely infatuated with her. Her obsession is so strong that just being in Kirie's presence is enough to make Kosame either grope or make some other pass at her, which usually requires Hayate to rein her in. When not fawning over Kirie, Kosame is as stoic a figure as Hayate and frequently uses her gun to either pry information out of others or to force them into doing her bidding. In the anime she is also a considerably stronger fighter than Kirie.
Voiced by: Nozomi Masu (Japanese), Robin Rhodpa (English)
  • Mamoru Machida (町田守 Machida Mamoru?), a classmate of Yukinari's who is obsessed with cleanliness and dons an alter-ego, Lightning Squadron Mamo Ranger, (a parody of Super Sentai or Power Rangers in the US) in the pursuit of his passion, although at first glance his 'squadron' consists of only him. Extremely accident prone, he tends to cause more problems than he solves, whereupon his deluded sense of reality causes him to blame his "villainous opponents." In the manga, he later drafts the others into the Mamo Rangers, although they want absolutely nothing to do with it. In the anime, Mamoru becomes an apprentice to Lilica which turns him from a mild annoyance into a serious threat to public safety.
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino (Japanese), Sam Riegal (English, credited as Sam Regal)
  • Lilica Stacy (梨々花·ステイジー Ririka Suteijī?), Kazuharu's chief maid. She is even stronger than Kirie, having fought in military operations in Bosnia, Somalia, Chechnya and Afghanistan. Lilica is highly intelligent and is often seen with a laptop, which serves various purposes, such as operating the mechanical devices within the Fukuyama mansion and deploying surveillance software from a spy satellite orbiting earth. (This is how Fukuyama constantly finds Koyomi and the others.) In the anime, Lilica took on Mamoru Machida as an apprentice after being impressed by his desire to protect the world from grime and dirt. She is also occasionally hinted to be in love with Fukuyama.
Voiced by: Natsuko Kuwatani (Japanese), Wendy Tomson (English)
  • Nanae Kuh Haruka (ナナエ·クウ·ハルカ Nanae Kū Haruka?), Koyomi and Tomoka's superior in the Space Travel Agency. Nanae is in charge of the missing persons department and assigns agents to find and retrieve residents of Seiren who have accidentally been transported to Earth. At the end of the anime, she helps Maharu contact Yukinari so that the others can rescue Miharu.
Voiced by: Yukiko Iwai (Japanese)
  • Hijiri Kanata (彼方 ヒジリ Kanata Hijiri?), a very strict teacher at Yukinari's high school. In the anime, she was actually a spy for Yukina, whose mission was to observe and eventually kidnap Miharu. Hijiri had been obsessed with Miharu since they were both children, and Yukina promised to give Miharu to her in exchange for helping her achieve her goals. After being defeated by Kirie however, Hijiri forgot about Miharu and began to lust after Kirie instead, something that neither Kazuharu nor Kosame took very lightly.
Voiced by: Aya Hisakawa (Japanese), Erica Shaffer (English)
  • Yukina (ユキナ?), the ruthless head of Seiren's Space Management Bureau's Special Forces Division, who also has the power of Seikon like Miharu and Koyomi. Because of her slight build and her Seikon markings that completely cover her body, Yukina felt that no man would ever love her and thus developed a condition that causes her to break out in hives upon contact with men, similar to Yukinari and his allergy to women (hence her name being similar to his). Her illness and anti-masculine prejudices are what cause Yukina to determine that if she couldn't be loved by men then no one in Seiren would. At the end of the series, Yukina has her lieutenant Hijiri kidnap Miharu and bring her back to Seiren so Yukina could steal Miharu's power and use it to permanently seal the gateway to Earth and make Seiren a "women-only paradise". But after being shown kindness by Yukinari, Yukina returned Miharu and even fell in love with Yukinari the end of episode 13 season 2 Miharu is scene waking up Yukinari telling him what they're having for breakfast and when she lifts the covers she sees Yukina snuggling with Yukinari who's allergic reaction has returned and then Yukina declares that "Yukinari is my one true love and I will never leave him". Yukina is first revealed in the second season episode 13
Voiced by: Sakura Nogawa (Japanese), Elise Baughman (English)
  • The Boss, an anime exclusive character. The Boss is a tall and heavy set man of few words dressed in a Hawaiian shirt and is usually accompanied by a loud-mouthed sidekick in a blue leisure suit. He and his companion cross Yukinari and the others' paths throughout the series, but the Boss does not speak until after Miharu is kidnapped. He then helps Yukinari realize that the only way to get Miharu back is to fight for her with everything he's got. When his sidekick later asks why he never spoke before, the Boss shrugs and replies that he simply never had anything to say.
  • Mrs. Sasaki, Yukinari's mother who appears only in the manga. As Yukinari kept Miharu a secret from her, Mrs. Sasake began to fear that the strange occurrences in her house were due to a ghost, but eventually decided not to worry about it since all the "ghost" did was eat all the food. She is not seen past the manga's first volume.
  • Hakana, a ghost who appeared at Fukuyama's private hot spring when Yukinari and company paid a visit. Her actual name is only mentioned in the credits. She was attacked by a peeping tom one night, and died when she slipped and hit her head while chasing him. Now she wants to cross on to the afterlife, but to do so, she must fulfill her revenge against a pervert. Yukinari, the dubbed pervert in question, was nominated to fondle her while she inhabited one of the girls. Lisa attempted to be the host, but it failed, and Kirie was possessed instead. Kirie's subconscious tried to resist the groping, and Hakana realized it was because of her feelings for him. Then, the two hugged, and Hakana passed on.
Voiced by: Ai Shimizu (Japanese), Tara Platt (English)

Television anime

The anime version of Girls Bravo ran for two seasons: the first season with 11 episodes and the second season with 13 episodes. The TV broadcast of season 1 became infamous due to its relatively conservative broadcasting;[citation needed] most of the objectionable content was censored with shadowing, steam, and digital editing. The TV broadcast of season 2 and DVD versions of both seasons did not have the censoring. The series ran mostly at very late nights due to the sexual content.

List of episodes

Season one

# Title Original air date
01 "Bravo From the Bathroom!"
"Ofuroba kara Burabō!" (お風呂場からブラボー!) 
After a routine beating at the hands of Kirie, Yukinari falls into his bathtub and disappears. Afterwards, he meets Miharu and discovers Seiren–a world near Earth with a 90% female population and a craving for men. 
02 "Bravo at School!"
"Gakkō de Burabō!" (学校でブラボー!) 
Enticed by the thought of spicy curry bread, Miharu ventures outside to find Yukinari's school and buy some, instead of waiting for him to come back. Along the way, she discovers the shopping district–and bananas. 
03 "Cooking is Bravo!"
"Kukkingu wa Burabō!" (クッキングはブラボー!) 
Inspired by her daily horoscope, Kazuharu's sister, Risa, kidnaps Yukinari and tries to marry him after a chance encounter on the way to school. 
04 "Bravo in the Mansion!"
"Gōtei de Burabō!" (豪邸でブラボー!) 
Kirie's planned outing with Yukinari becomes a search for Miharu within the vast Fukuyama estate. 
05 "Bravo on a Rainy Day! Part 1"
"Ame no Hi ni Burabō! (Zenpen)" (雨の日にブラボー!(前編)) 
An amnesiac Koyomi arrives from Seiren; and after some recollection, she remembers her mission of finding Miharu and return her home. 
06 "Bravo on a Rainy Day! Part 2"
"Ame no Hi ni Burabō! (Kōhen)" (雨の日にブラボー!(後編)) 
Koyomi observes Miharu's time on Earth. Despite her decision to return to Seiren alone, Miharu joins her. After a brief Seiren stay, Maharu allows Miharu to return to Earth, along with Tomoka and Koyomi. 
07 "Look for a Groom Bravo!"
"Omuko-san Sagashi de Burabō!" (おムコさん探しでブラボー!) 
Koyomi is given the task of finding a husband for Maharu and struggles with her androphobia. Tomoka competitively takes on that same task. 
08 "Lots of Bravo!"
"Ippai de Burabō!" (いっぱいでブラボー!) 
Miharu consumes an unknown liquid in chemistry class, and inadvertently creates a swarm of Miharu clones. Local shop keepers are then left to defend themselves from the clones insatiable appetite. 
09 "Bravo at the Great Magic War!"
"Mahō Taisan de Burabō!" (魔法大戦でブラボー!) 
Tomoka and Risa fight over the human-form of Ebi(Shrimpy). Lisa is then reminded about her magically animated doll friend. 
10 "Bravo at the Hot Springs!"
"Onsen de Burabō!" (温泉でブラボー!) 
Yukinari and friends travel to a hot springs resort. There, they find a female spirit unable to leave Earth and work together to help her move on to the afterlife
11 "Ping-Pong is Bravo!"
"Pinpon de Burabō!" (ピンポンでブラボー!) 
After the Fukuyama siblings buy out various hot spring resorts, a ping pong challenge between Kazuharu and Koyomi wages a bet involving Kirie. 

Season two

# Title Original air date
12 "Bravo at the Pool!"
"Pūru de Burabō!" (プールでブラボー!) 
In an attempt to get close to Miharu, Fukuyama buys the school swimming pool, remodels it into a resort, and sends every boy but himself and (accidentally) Yukinari, tumbling out through a hole in the floor. And with the inadvertent help of Lisa's magic, he switches bodies with Yukinari. 
13 "Fight Bravo!"
"Faito Burabō!" (ファイト·ブラボー!) 
An invitation to a baseball game turns out to be a trap set by Fukuyama. Blackmailed by him, Kirie is forced to fight in his all-girl kickboxing tournament. 
14 "First Date is Bravo!"
"Hatsu Dēto wa Burabō!" (初デートはブラボー!) 
Yukinari and Miharu finally go out on a date, with Fukuyama (and Kirie) in hot pursuit. 
15 "Clean Up Bravo!"
"Osōji Burabō!" (お掃除ブラボー!) 
A fellow classmate of Yukinari and the others, Mamoru, appears as a cleaning superhero wanting to keep the school clean, confronting everyone that tries to litter. Miharu introduces him to Lilica, Fukuyama's maid, so that he learns how to do a better job. 
16 "As Long As We're Together Then Bravo!"
"Futari Nara Burabō!" (ふたりならブラボー!) 
Tomoka goes out to continue with her mission on getting a man for Maharu, but ends up keeping an eye for Kirie after she finds her dealing with some problems. 
17 "Bravo at the Part-time Job!"
"Arubaito wa Burabō!" (アルバイトはブラボー!) 
Miharu, Kirie, and Koyomi acquire a part time job at a video game convention in order to fix the bathtub (after being broken by one of Miharu's sneezing fits). When the fourth part-timer fails to arrive, Yukinari is drafted into dressing up like a girl and playing eye-candy for a day. 
18 "Bravo at Mah-Jong!"
"Mājan de Burabō!" (麻雀でブラボー!) 
To bring an end to Tomoka's boredom, Fukuyama starts a "unique" game of Mah-Jong involving dares and questionable clothing. 
19 "Rabbit Ears Bravo!"
"Usa Mimi Burabō!" (ウサ耳ブラボー!) 
Everyone plays a part in a movie about three thief rabbit girls and two detectives. Fukuyama and Yukinari play as the detectives, and Miharu, Kirie, and Koyomi play as the rabbit girls. Lisa plays as a daughter and Mamoru as her father. 
20 "School Festival is Bravo!"
"Gakuensai wa Burabō!" (学園祭はブラボー!) 
The school festival starts, oddly, at the same time that the portal to Seiren opens once again, sending a bewildered Maharu to Earth. 
21 "Sunny Afternoon Bravo!"
"Hareta Hi no Gogo wa Burabō!" (晴れた日の午後はブラボー!) 
After a discussion involving Miharu's Seiko, Koyomi believes that she has spotted her father in the background of a news report, and begins to desperately search for him. 
22 "Present is Bravo!"
"Purezento wa Burabō!" (プレゼントはブラボー!) 
Miharu goes gift shopping for everyone while chaos breaks loose at Yukinari's house. 
23 "Bravo to Seiren!"
"Sēren e Burabō!" (セーレンへブラボー!) 
Miharu is taken back to Seiren by Ms. Kanata; Yukina's orders. Yukinari and the others prepare to go for her rescue. 
24 "Final Bravo!"
"Fainaru Burabō!" (ファイナル·ブラボー!) 
Yukinari, Kirie, Tomoka, Lisa, and Maharu fight their way through to save Miharu from Yukina. At the end of the series, Yukinari, Miharu, Yukina, Maharu, Kirie, Koyomi, Tomoka, Lisa, and Fukuyama all return to Earth and live happily ever after together. 

Theme songs

Opening themes
  1. "Going My Way", by Yozuca* (season one, episodes 1–11)
  2. "Ever After", by Yozuca* (season two, episodes 12–24)
Closing themes
  1. "Koko ni Iru kara", by Miyuki Hashimoto (season one, episodes 1–11)
  2. "And Then", by Miyuki Hashimoto (season two, episodes 12–24)

Other media

Like many other anime series of this genre, the series has been adapted into other media. These include soundtracks and character figurines.

Visual novel

The series was adapted into a visual novel, entitled Girls Bravo Romance 15's (GIRLSブラボRomance15's?), for the PlayStation 2; it was released in Japan on January 27, 2005, published by Kadokawa Shoten. The game received a CERO rating of "15 up". The character designs in the game much more closely resemble their manga counterparts than the anime.


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