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Description: Uta Koi tells the "super-liberal interpretation" of the Hyakuninisshu anthology compiled during Japan's Heian period of 100 romantic poems from 100 different poets such as The Tale of Genji's Murasaki Shikibu.
"Impassionate Gods Willl Never Know the Crimson that lies in the Tetsuta River..."
Okay, first of, if you liked Chihayafuru this is probably a MUST WATCH for fans because this anime interprets each of the 100 poems that are used in the game of karuta. This anime is an adequate way in which you can appreciate poetry and art, given the animation and atmospheric perspectives that are used in the animation. After watching the first episode, I can pretty much say that this anime is worth your time if you love romance and unexpected comedy. Each of the poems have a sensuality and beauty that will, without doubt, entice everyone who watches it and everyone who loves karuta.