Fifteen-year-old Kyosuke Kasuga moves to a new city and becomes enamored by one Madoka Ayukawa, whom often treats him coldly even though she seemed friendly the first time they met, when he caught her red straw hat on the stairs. Kyosuke also must try to avoid breaking the heart of the slightly childish Hikaru Hiyama, who fell in love with him after she saw him make an impossible shot with a basketball and who likes to shower him with affection. Also, just to make things interesting, Kyosuke, his sisters, his grandfather, and his cousins all have various powers (teleportation, psychokinesis, hypnosis, time travel, personality transference) which Kyosuke desperately tries to keep a secret, though some of the other family members have no such qualms against using their powers in public.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Kimagure Orange Road - Hiromi Tsuru - Netflix
Hiromi Tsuru (鶴 ひろみ, Tsuru Hiromi, March 29, 1960 – November 16, 2017) was a Japanese actress and voice actress. She was represented by Aoni Production. She was most known for voicing the character of Bulma (Dragon Ball) for over 31 years. Also known for her roles as Ukyo Kuonji (Ranma ½), Dokin-chan (Soreike! Anpanman), Madoka Ayukawa (Kimagure Orange Road), Miyuki Kashima (Miyuki), Reiko Mikami (Ghost Sweeper Mikami), Meryl Strife (Trigun) and Naomi Hunter (Metal Gear Solid series).
Kimagure Orange Road - Successors - Netflix
Naomi Shindo, Michie Tomizawa – “Kesai Learning of Greedy Girls”: Narrator Yoko Yumitomo, Fumi Hirano – Energetic app: Narrator Rei Sakuma, Miina Tominaga – Anpanman: Dokin-Chan Bun Hirano – Gyugyan Panic Theater: Narrator Aya Hisakawa – Dragon Ball Super: Bulma
Kimagure Orange Road - References - Netflix