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Chihayafuru 2 DVD (TV): Complete Edition

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Number of Discs: 2 DVD
Episodes: 1-25 End
Dialogue / Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English (On/Off)
Regions Coding: All code, Region Free

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After an exciting year for the Misuzawa High School karuta club, a new semester begins as two new members join the group. More passionate than ever for the ancient card game, Chihaya sets ambitious goals for herself and for her friends. They compete in two extremely arduous high school championships.
Continuation of the first series. Chihaya and her friends have entered their second year of high school, and they are anxious to recruit new first year members for the karuta club and to strengthen their team. However, the new members don't seem to share Chihaya's passion for karuta, and a potential rival for Taichi's affections appears.

Chihayafuru 2 DVD (TV): Complete Edition Episode Titles:

  • 1. So The Flower Has Wilted
  • 2. As My Love First Came
  • 3. Feel Love Deepen
  • 4. To Tell the People in the Capitals That I Make for the Islands
  • 5. Be As Dear Now, Those Were the Good Old Days
  • 6. To Set the Tatsuta River Ablaze
  • 7. They All Exchange Hellos and Goodbyes at the Gates of Ōsaka
  • 8. Which Shines over Mount Mikasa
  • 9. My Only Thought
  • 10. Rain Takes Longer to Dry
  • 11. I Feel as Though My Body is on Fire with Ibuki Mugwort
  • 12. The Only Sign of Summer
  • 13. In My Dreams, I Creep Closer to You
  • 14. People Would Always Ask if I was Pining for Someone
  • 15. No Matter Where I Stand
  • 16. Wait for the Emperor's Return
  • 17. Gust of Wind
  • 18. My Fear is That You Will Forget
  • 19. I Know Not Where the Depths of Love Will Take Me
  • 20. Under a Thatched Roof
  • 21. Yet, in Name it Ever Flows, and in Fame May Yet Be Heard
  • 22. Meeting on the Path
  • 23. Cherry Blossoms Bloom on the Slope Below the Peak
  • 24. How Can I Tell Her
  • 25. Perfect Whiteness on Fuji's Lofty Peak by a Drift of Falling Snow