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Place to Place: Complete Collection [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 172,007 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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'Place To Place' (known as 'Here and There' (Atchi Kotchi) in the original Japanese) reminded me in some ways of 'Lucky Star'; the main character Tsumiki Miniwa being a dead ringer for Konata Izumi, the main character from the latter series. The story revolves around the diminutive Tsumiki ('Miki-chan'), who has a massive trade-mark 'cowlick' (known in Japanese as 'Ahoge'; literally 'stupid hair') on her forehead, and her unrequited love for her by now very tall childhood friend Io Otonashi, who is kind and gentle, and very fond of 'Mimiwa', as he calls Tsumiki, but totally clueless of the fact that she is in love with him; his friends (who all seem to know about Miki-chan's feelings for him) refer to him as 'dense'. He cares greatly about her, and sees her almost as a little sister (even regularly patting her on the head, which causes her to grow 'neko-mimi' cat ears and a tail, as seen in the cover picture!), but not as a love interest. Tsumiki spends her time trying to drop him the hint, usually without success; however, sometimes his reactions to her can appear to be romantically inclined, which just causes more confusion for her!

Anyway, a great story, which I felt needed to be longer; it was kind of inconclusive, but very cute and adorable, and Tsumiki is just great, being cute and rather 'tsundere' in character; she is very strong, given her diminutive stature, and not averse to battering her girl-friends when they embarrass her in front of Io, who, of course, still never seems to catch on!

Picture and sound are fine, and the music is cute; overall, well worth seeing!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A show that... 23 Feb. 2013
By NC - Published on
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You know has a tremendous manga, just from watching episodes. But you don't have to read the manga to enjoy this.

This is one of the most enjoyable and silly shows you'll likely see in anime. The characters support each other very well and the comedy they create is fantastic. Some of the gags are rather old ones seen in anime but for some reason this show makes them funny again.

The one fault with this show is it doesn't go into the backstory for Tsukimi. You see it in the opening theme and it shows that she isn't really human anymore but you will wonder about her and it just won't be answered. Turning to the manga is likely the remedy to this. But again, you don't need to read it to enjoy this. This is a slice of life comedy where each episode pretty much stands on it's own. The story feels like it takes place in the middle of where the grand story is in the manga but it is not hard to pick up or get into. You get to know the characters easily.

Overall there is a lot to enjoy in Place to Place. You'll have some questions but you don't feel like it is hurting the show by them not really answering them. Its just an endearing, silly, and cute little series. Check it out!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Acchi Kocchi! 13 April 2014
By Breanna - Published on
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This has to be one of my favorite animes of all time. It is absolutely hilarious and sweet; the characters are absolutely wonderful. Place to Place (Acchi Kocchi) focuses on a group of friends. Tsumiki is small, abnormally strong, and has many of the characteristics of a tsundere. She is head over heels in love with Io; everyone knows that except Io, who seems to be pretty dense when it comes to that. He seems to have some kind of special feelings for Tsumiki, but doesn't seem to realize that he does. (Not that I don't like Io. He is a sweet, thoughtful, intelligent, and talented guy). Mayoi and Sakai are loveable tricksters who bring a wonderful element of humor to the show (they often end up being used to bring some slapstick humor in as well). The main group is complete with Hime, a sweet, innocent girl that I just love to pieces.
Some might complain that this doesn't have much of a plot and in a sense it doesn't; the characters are not on some quest or working towards any particular goal, but that is one of the things I love about it. I can relax when I watch it; I don't have to worry about the characters getting hurt. I can just laugh at their antics as they live their relatively normal high school lives.
If you enjoyed this anime, here is a list of other anime I enjoyed and you may possibly like as well: Maid Sama, Kamisama Kiss, Fruits Basket, Special A, Skip Beat!, Cuticle Tantei Inaba, Ouran High School Host Club, Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, Okami-san and her Seven Companions, Princess Jellyfish, Aria the Scarlet Ammo, The Wallflower, Psychic Detective Yakumo, Kaze No Stigma, Earl and Fairy, Free!, Gosick, Toradora, and so on. (Warning: My taste in anime is a little eclectic, so you may not like all of them- hopefully you'll find a few treasures). If you have any questions or anime suggestions for me, feel free to comment. :)
*On the product itself: I really liked this set. It came in a case the size of any normal dvd case. There are three discs with cute designs. There are English subtitles and Japanese audio. This set includes all thirteen episodes. If you enjoy the show, it is definitely worth the price.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The most enjoyable lighthearted romantic comedy 21 Jun. 2013
By HenBond - Published on
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This is the most recent romantic comedy that I really enjoy watching it that I watched it over again a few more times, which I rarely do that as most animes I don't find enough enjoyment to watch it again. If you enjoy lighthearted anime especially if you like Lucky Star then this is a must watched, most of the characters especially all the female characters are very interesting in their own way which bought a lot of comedic moments. The only disappointment for me is that Sentai Filmworks didn't bother to dubbed it over for the US release otherwise this would have been an excellent collection. I really hope some point in the future they will reissue this title with English dub just like they did for "Special A" which is also one of my favorite romantic comedy anime.
4.0 out of 5 stars the dvd came like new and the discs all play well in my ... 3 July 2016
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My biggest complaint is that a second season doesn't exist for this anime! As it stands, the dvd came like new and the discs all play well in my computer. I am a little bit disappointed that the sub-titles are a bit odd. When I watched the episodes on youtube they used subtitles that were white text with a blue-ish tinged outline that fit the show exactly and were down far enough on the screen so as not to block any of the show. For whatever reason the subtitles in these dvds is the big yellow text and it sits higher on the screen, sometimes getting in the way of what's happening. But that's only a minor complaint and otherwise this is absolutely perfect!
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Mourn...I Died Laughing 17 July 2013
By Go - Published on
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Outrageous comedy with awkward-lovely overtones. Based on Yonkoma (four panel) style manga.
Speculative genre: Romance for Dudes. (slapstick included)
Downside: Needs a season two for sure and I didn't care for the very last episode.
As for the item itself-it arrived clean & in mint condition.
Overall, I highly recommend you add this to your animated collection.
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