Cardcaptor Sakura

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Every con­nois­seur of Japan­ese enter­tain­ment (scratch that: enter­tain­ment in gen­er­al) has their per­son­al “best ever”, and for me, it’s undoubt­ed­ly Card­cap­tor Saku­ra. I’m been watch­ing ani­me and read­ing man­ga for over fif­teen years and no series has ever been able to top­ple over Card­cap­tor Saku­ra in my heart. This ani­me and man­ga is unde­ni­ably of one the great­est high­lights of the 90’s — it’s very good and the pro­tag­o­nist is unde­ni­ably the cutest thing you’ll ever wit­ness in an ani­me ever.


The ten­der lov­ing care CLAMP and Stu­dio Mad­house gave to this series, plus the over­whelm­ing nos­tal­gia from this being my first sub­ti­tled ani­me series as a child (Drag­on Ball was my first RAW), has turned me into pret­ty much the largest Card­cap­tor Saku­ra nut around. I’m on a quest to blog the entire Card­cap­tor Saku­ra series — from the movies, to the spe­cials — and the orig­i­nal man­ga, among oth­er things relat­ed to the franchise.

(Note: The only time you’ll hear me talk about the dread­ed Nel­vana ver­sion, enti­tled Card­cap­tors, is when I’m relent­less­ly mock­ing it.)

Time to get the show on the road. RELEASE!

Anime Sakura


Ten-year-old Saku­ra lives a pret­ty nor­mal life with her old­er broth­er, Touya, and wid­owed father, Fuji­ta­ka. Or she did, until the day she returned home from school to dis­cov­er a glow­ing book in her father’s study. After open­ing the book and releas­ing the cards with­in, Saku­ra is tasked with col­lect­ing each of these mag­i­cal cards, while try­ing to live the life of a nor­mal fourth grad­er. In the mon­u­men­tal task of col­lect­ing all the cards, Saku­ra must rely on her friends and fam­i­ly, and decide what she finds most impor­tant in life.” — NIS Amer­i­ca, Online Store’s Offi­cial Descripton

「Clow Card Arc (クロウカード編)」

Sea­son 1

Movie 1

Sea­son 2

  • Saku­ra and the Snowy New School Term (さくらと雪の新学期)
  • Saku­ra and Tomoy­o’s Lost Voice (さくらと消えた知世の声)
  • Saku­ra’s Fun Straw­ber­ry-Pick­ing Adven­ture (さくらの楽しいいちご狩り)
  • Saku­ra’s Dizzy Fever Day (さくらのふらふら熱曜日)
  • Saku­ra and the Saku­ra Inside the Dream (さくらと夢の中のさくら)
  • Saku­ra, Syao­ran, and the Sea of Sand (さくらと小狼と砂の海)
  • Saku­ra and the Pitch Black School Arts Fes­ti­val (さくらのまっくら学芸会)
  • Saku­ra’s Farewell to Meilin (さくらのさよなら苺鈴)
  • Saku­ra, Kero, and the Mys­te­ri­ous Teacher (さくらとケロと不思議な先生)
  • Saku­ra and the Final Clow Card (さくらと最後のクロウカード)
  • Saku­ra and the Final Judg­ment (さくらと最後の審判)

「Saku­ra Card Arc (さくらカード編)」

Sea­son 3

  • Saku­ra and the Mys­te­ri­ous Trans­fer Stu­dent (さくらと不思議な転校生)
  • Saku­ra and the Awak­ened Star Key (さくらとめざめた星の鍵)
  • Saku­ra and the Dan­ger­ous Piano (さくらとキケンなピアノ)
  • Saku­ra, Syao­ran, and the Invis­i­ble Thread (さくらと小狼とみえない糸)
  • Saku­ra and the Big Ted­dy Bear (さくらと大きなぬいぐるみ)
  • Saku­ra’s Sheep Warn­ing?! (さくらのひつじ注意報?!)
  • Saku­ra and the Pan­icky Bicy­cle (さくらとパニック自転車)
  • Saku­ra and the Cal­en­dar of Mem­o­ries (さくらと思い出のカレンダー)
  • Saku­ra and Saku­ra in Won­der­land (さくらと不思議の国のさくら)
  • Saku­ra, Kero, and the Sweet Meeting??(さくらとケロのお菓子な出会い??)
  • Saku­ra, Syao­ran, and the Ele­va­tor (さくらと小狼とエレベーター)
  • Saku­ra and Dou­ble Trou­ble (さくらと二人の大ピンチ)
  • Saku­ra, Tomoyo, and the Ball Trap (さくらと知世とボールの罠)
  • Saku­ra and the Pre­cious Friend (さくらと大切なお友達)
  • Saku­ra, the Cards, and the Presents (さくらとカードとプレゼント)
  • Saku­ra and the Strange Omiku­ji (さくらと不思議なおみくじ)
  • Saku­ra, the Pool, and the Huge Wave (さくらとプールと大きな波)
  • Saku­ra and the Snowy Ski Class (さくらと吹雪のスキー教室)
  • Saku­ra, Yuk­i­to, and the Van­ish­ing Pow­er (さくらと雪兎と消えゆく力)
  • The Per­son Saku­ra Likes the Most (さくらの一番好きな人)
  • Saku­ra, Syao­ran, and the Tsukimine Shrine (さくらと小狼と月峰神社)
  • Saku­ra, the Past, and Clow Reed (さくらと過去とクロウ·リード)
  • Saku­ra Meets Clow Reed (さくらと現れたクロウ·リード)
  • Saku­ra and Her True Feel­ings (さくらと本当の想い)

Movie 2

  • Card­cap­tor Saku­ra The­atri­cal Edi­tion: The Sealed Card (劇場版カードキャプターさくら 封印されたカード)
  • Leave it to Kero-chan! The­atri­cal Edi­tion (劇場版ケロちゃんにおまかせ!)

Manga Sakura


Fourth grad­er Saku­ra Kinomo­to finds a strange book in her father’s library — a book made by the wiz­ard Clow to store dan­ger­ous spir­its sealed with­in a set of mag­i­cal cards. But when Saku­ra opens it up, there is noth­ing left inside but Kero-chan, the book’s cute lit­tle guardian beast … who informs Saku­ra that since the Clow cards seem to have escaped while he was asleep, it’s now her job to cap­ture them!” — Dark Horse Offi­cial Description

「Clow Card Arc (クロウカード編)」

  • Anime/Manga Com­par­i­son and Review

「Saku­ra Card Arc (さくらカード編)」

  • Anime/Manga Com­par­i­son and Review

「Clear Card Arc (さくらカード編)」

Magical Vidya Games!

Video Games

Ani­met­ic Sto­ry 1 — Card­cap­tor Sakura

  • TBA

One thought on “Cardcaptor Sakura

  1. Eh, to me Card­Cap­tor Saku­ra just got over­rat­ed, it seems like CLAMP has decid­ed to bring back their cash cow (CCS) because its “every­one’s favorite CLAMP series” instead of fin­ish­ing work that should of been fin­ished years ago (X, Legal Drug etc..) I used to love Card­Cap­tor a lot but not I just think peo­ple get over­hyped about it

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