More Nozomi Entertainment Classics are Dropping on Funimation

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Are you ready for more classic anime? As part of the Funimation partnership with Right Stuf Anime, a brand new batch of celebrated classics are headed to Funimation.

RELATED: Sweet Blue Flowers. Gravitation and More Streaming on Funimation!

Starting 11/19, take a trip through memory lane with titles like Gravitation: Lyrics of Love, Big Windup and more!


Gravitation: Lyrics of Love | Premiere Date: 1999

The follow-up OVA series to the Gravitation TV series, hailed as one of the best romantic anime titles of all time.

When Yuki suddenly becomes cold and distant to Shuichi, it seriously affects the young musicians ability to create the lyrics for BAD LUCK’s latest album. Can the rest of the band get the two of them back together before it’s too late?

Available in US/CA/UK/IE. Watch it now.


Big Windup! Season 2 | Premiere Date: 2010

Hot off the heels of their first win, the Nishiura Nine are fired up for the rest of the Summer Tournament! Unbeknownst to them, they are being scouted by the coach of Bijyou High.

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


Looking Up at the Half-Moon | Premiere Date: 2010

Even though Yuuichi Ezaki is in the hospital recovering from an illness, he’s constantly sneaking out. One day he’s caught by the head nurse, who makes a deal with him: she’ll overlook his future excursions if he’s willing to befriend a new patient, Rika Akiba.

Due to a serious heart condition, Rika has spent most of her life in the hospital, and doesn’t really have any friends. As Yuuichi and Rika spend time together and learn more about each other, their relationship soon blossoms into romance…

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


A Town Where You Live | Premiere Date: 2013

How far would you go for true love?

All his friends said he was just being “stupid” and “delusional,” but Haruto just couldn’t give up on her… Yuzuki, the girl that showed up on his doorstep one day, stole his heart the next, and then left just as abruptly as she arrived. With the faint hope of rekindling the romance they’d shared, Haruto decides to pursue her, moving away from the rural outskirts of Hiroshima to the big city of Tokyo.

However, soon after arriving, he learns that Yuzuki has seemingly moved on and has a new boyfriend. No matter how hard Haruto tries, she refuses to see him and won’t tell him the reason why she left him. He could move on, as many have urged him to, but is that truly what Yuzuki wants? He could try winning her back – after all, he’s already moved to the town where she lives – but how much farther will he need to go?

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


Please Teacher! | Premiere Date: 2002

Kei Kusanagi isn’t your typical 15-year-old high school student. He’s actually an 18-year-old with a rare disorder that puts him into what he calls, a “standstill”! When he was younger, this disorder left him in a deep coma which stunted his growth for three years. Mizuho Kazami isn’t your typical teacher, either.

She’s actually an alien sent by the Galaxy Federation to observe the Earth! As the sole human being with knowledge of Ms. Kazumi’s secret, Kei must… marry her?! Homework, dating, and a gorgeous wife – going to school has never been quite this fun!

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


Please Twins! | Premiere Date: 2003

Maiku Kamishiro grew up in an orphanage with no history of his family or of his past. Left with only a childhood picture of himself and another person in front of a house, he believes that the other person in the picture is his long lost twin sister. Upon discovering his old home, two young girls show up on his doorstep one day both claiming to be his long lost sister.

Maiku’s life is about to be turned upside down and with two pretty girls living under the same roof as him, how will Maiku be able to keep his mind on school and work while trying to figure out which one of these girls is his sister and which one is the love of his life?

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


Sketchbook ~full color’s~ | Premiere Date: 2007

No matter where she goes, Sora takes her sketchbook along. The world is full of mysterious and beautiful things, after all, and Sora doesn’t want to miss a single one. The best way she knows to capture each moment is by drawing and sketching, watching and learning.

However, though Sora is full of wonder, she’s also incredibly shy. She doesn’t have many friends, except for her fellow classmates in the Art Club. But even though they all seem to be slightly crazy (the teacher included), each of them adds another bright color to Sora’s world.

Available in US/CA. Watch it now.


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