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Noah: A Kanon Story
Noah A Kanon Story Logo
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Format Drama
Slice of Life
Director(s) Tatsuya Ishihara
No. of episodes 13
Music Jun Maeda
Shinji Orito
OdiakeS
Run time 22 min.
Rated TV-14
Animation Studio Kyoto Animation
Network Tokyo MX
BS-i
TBS
English Network Funimation


Noah: A Kanon Story is a spin-off of Kanon featuring a new character introduced to the series "Noah Mokinawa". The series is made by Kyoto Animation.

Plot[]

A female student name Noah Mokinawa moves to town, and meets Makoto Sawatari who she remembers from middle school. But Makoto doesn't remember (due to her memory loss), and thinks Noah is an idiot for thinking that she would ever be with her a long time ago (but wouldn't be on a grudge against her unlike with Yuichi Aizawa). Throughout the series, they two would become friends again, with Makoto slowly getting back her memories of Noah in her middle school years.

Noah also has relationships with Yuichi's friends too, most notably with Mai Kawasumi. As Noah gets attacked by the demons, which Mai saves her from during the night she enters the school.

Another part of the story revolves around Mimi Mokinawa who has relationships Ayu Tsukimiya and Shiori Misaka.

Cast[]

Protagonist[]

  • Noah Mokinawa
    Voiced by: Inori Minase (Japanese), Marla Acevedo (English)
    Makoto's old friend and classmate from her middle school.
  • Makoto Sawatari
    Voiced by: Mayumi Iizuka (Japanese), Luci Christian (English)

Supporting[]

Trivia[]

  • The series is set during the spring and summer, unlike the original, which was only set in the winter.
  • Unlike the original series, Shiori and Makoto go to the same school with Yuichi and Noah.
  • The anime is a yuri couple, in fact the only male character in the series who has a much lesser role than the previous is Yuichi Aizawa. Jun Kitagawa and Kuze are absent.
  • In Kanon, Piro is Yuichi's pet cat, but this series switches to Noah's pet dog Lilo.
  • Tiffany Terrell didn't return to play Makoto in the English dub, and was instead played by Luci Christian.

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