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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.
Sexy, Bold, Different!!
KAWAI!! This anime gives the background [or "super-liberal interpretation", according to the main review] of the Hyakuninisshu anthology that was compiled during Japan’s Heian period, a compilation of 100 romantic poems from 100 different poets. If one goes by the main review, the first thing that comes to mind is: romantic? Heian period? BORING! But it is not!!
The opening scenes are sexy and bold. The first ep is no other than the Impasisonate Gods poem, Chihaya’s favorite [for those who are familiar with the Chihayafuru anime]. This is so different from other anime out there: it is mature, well done, beautifully animated, and SEXY!! I can’t wait for more! After watching Chihayafuru I developed an interest in the Karuta poems that are the basis for the karuta game. This is the perfect anime to learn about them. PLUS! Ecosystem sings the opening song, the same group that open to Gintama [the song Dilemma]. In keeping with the traditional Karuta art, the characters have a thick black outline. Some may prefer a more subtle lining, but I assure you this is in keeping with the Karuta cards.