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With space or without?

Sometimes when I’m looking for an anime I can’t find it cause the name is translated differently, say with or without a space, eg. Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi and Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, or with the words in a different order, eg.  Diamond no Ace or Ace of the Diamond – which is the correct spelling/translation? I don’t know, I don’t know Japanese but maybe I should learn! At least the basics and what it looks like with Latin letters? I also get a little confused cause like with the baseball anime here I think one is translated while the other actually is the Japanese name in Latin letters…

Wake you up
Screenshot from Sekaiichi Hatsukoi

The anime I’m watching at the moment is Diamond no Ace and it seems to have potential, I’ve just watched 4-5 episodes but I can see some ships sailing in ^_^ But when I started writing this post about the spelling and stuff I just had to rewatch Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, just an episode! Yeah right ^^ I’ve watched both seasons in a binge now… And then I started rewatching Super Lovers… How am I supposed to watch new animes when I go back to the old ones?!?

Super lovers
Cover for Super Lovers with Haru and Ren




One thought on “With space or without?

  1. I understand the hardship of trying to watch new anime when you constantly go back to rewatching old series as I do it all the time. From what I can gather as well both spellings are correct for this one which makes it even weirder, an anime with a title like this is Boku wa Kononmama Kaeranai which has one of these two english titles. I Shall Never Return and Our Road of no Return -_-

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