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Computer game cover of Moekan which was published by Kero Q
Genre Hentai, Adventure, Romantic comedy
Publisher Kero Q (PC)
Princess Soft (Dreamcast and PlayStation 2)
Genre Visual novel (PC only), Adventure
Rating EOCS: Mature (PC)
ESRB: M (Mature) (18+) (PC)
ESRB: E (Everyone) (PlayStation 2), (Dreamcast)
Platform Windows98/2000/Me/XP (PC), Dreamcast, PlayStation 2
Released JPN January 31, 2003 (PC)
Original video animation
Moekan The Animation
Director Kazukoto Ohno
Writer Makoyori Sekishima, Masashi Kubota
Studio Japan KSS, Axis
Released December 19, 2003 - July 23, 2004
Episodes 3
Anime and Manga Portal

Moekan (モエかん ?) is a hentai, adventure, visual novel computer game that was released by Kero Q on January 31, 2003.[1][2] The computer game was adapted by Princess Soft into an adventure Dreamcast game on December 25, 2003[3] and an adventure PlayStation 2 game on February 5, 2004.[4] The game was adapted into a radio drama, which was released as a drama CD by Lantis on June 4, 2003.[5]



The games was adapted into a three-episode Japanese original video animation series known as Moekan The Animation (モエかん The Animation ?). Alternatively it has also been titled "Moekko Company" or "Moekko Company The Animation." Directed by Kazukoto Ohno, the anime was broadcast on KSS between December 19, 2003 and July 23, 2004.[6] The script of the anime was written by Makoyori Sekishima and Masashi Kubota. The OVAs use two pieces of theme music. "Feel in High" is the opening theme, while "Sincerely Yours" is the ending theme. Both are sung by Mia Naruse. On October 24, 2003, Kero Q and Minori collaborate on a drama CD for the release of OVAs for Moekan and Wind: A Breath of Heart.[7][8] On February 27, 2004, a drama CD was released for the first two episodes of Moekan.[9]


  • Moe no Mikoto (萌野命 ?) She is the daughter of the executive of Moe, a purge unit Inspection Office Product Management Department. Voiced by: Haruko Momoi
  • Rinia (リニア Rinia ?) She is the protagonist of the series. Voiced by: Mia Naruse
  • Fuyuha Jissouji (実相寺冬葉 Jissouji Fuyuha ?) She is the librarian of Moe. Voiced by: Dynamite Ami
  • Kazusa Asagiri (朝霧かずさ Asagiri Kazusa ?) She came from the Audit Office's headquarters to monitor Kanzaki Takahiro. Voiced by: Asumi Noda
  • Kaori Kirishima (霧島香織 Kirishima Kaori ?) She manages the operation of Moe Island. She likes stuffed animals and cute things. Voiced by: Kanzaki Kanari
  • Suzuki (鈴希 Suzuki ?) She has a calm and taciturn personality. Voiced by: Nagase Komiya


A reviewer at Anime Planet criticizes the OVA for its "extremely convoluted" plot.[10]


  1. ^ "Moekan (PC)". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  2. ^ "モエかん 通常版" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  3. ^ "Moekan (Dreamcast)". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  4. ^ "Moekan (PS2)". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  5. ^ "Moekan (Moekko Company) - Drama CD Moeoto". Retrieved 2009-06-27.  
  6. ^ "モエかん(1)〈初回限定版〉 [DVD"] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
    "モエかん Chapter.2「かずさ」〈初回限定版〉 [DVD"] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
    "モエかん Chapter.3「貴広」〈初回限定版〉 [DVD"] (in Japanese). Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  7. ^ ""Moekan (Moekko Company)" & "Wind" Collaboration Drama CD". Retrieved 2009-06-27.  
  8. ^ "New Anime in Japan". Anime News Network. 2003-07-23. Retrieved 2009-06-27.  
  9. ^ "Moekan Drama CD - Moekko Shima Maid Nikki". Retrieved 2009-06-03.  
  10. ^ "Moekan Review". Anime Planet. November 6, 2004. Retrieved 2009-06-03.  

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