3x3 Eyes Distance Lyrics
From the Anime3x3 Eyes Sazan Eyes
Type of Song:Other
Performed by:Hayashibara Megumi and Takada Band
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It takes place one month after the events of the film Heaven Is a Place on Earth. Nagi returns to her old ways of life at the Sanzenin Mansion, until she receives word from American authorities that she has one week to pick up her late father's belongings, which have been indefinitely delayed due to various circumstances. Nagi meets a mysterious girl (with a hidden agenda) claiming to be Nagi's little sister after receiving news of her father, whom she doesn't remember.
The series tells a new story that is not based on the manga but is inspired by it. The original concept for the story of this anime was created by the main author of the original series, Kenjiro Hata.
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Yuzo Takada's manga series 3 Eyes (stylized as 3 EYES; pronounced Sazan Eyes)[a] is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by him. From 1987 to 2002, it was serialized in Kodansha's seinen manga magazines Young Magazine Kaizokuban and Weekly Young Magazine, totaling 40 volumes. Dark Horse Comics published an English language translation, but it was dropped after volume 9 was released in 2005. Two Original Video Animation (OVA) series based on 33 Eyes were released in 1991 and 1995, respectively, and covered the manga's storyline up to volume 5. The first had four episodes with an average runtime of half an hour, and the second had three episodes with an average runtime of 45 minutes. The first OVA was distributed by Streamline Pictures in the United States, and the second was distributed by Manga Entertainment shortly after the Japanese releases. Pioneer Entertainment re-released the two OVAs in a collection set in 2001. The series has also spawned a slew of spin-off books, drama CDs, and video games, all of which were only available in Japan. 3 Eyes won the Kodansha Manga Award in the shnen category in 1993.
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