Wedding Peach Songs Lyrics

Love Angel Legend Wedding Peach | Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach
Wedding Peach Songs Lyrics

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Wedding Peach Songs
Wedding Peach Opening Lyrics Love Angel Legend Wedding Peach | Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach Opening Lyrics
Wedding Peach Ending Lyrics Love Angel Legend Wedding Peach | Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach Ending Lyrics
Wedding Peach OVA Lyrics and other songs Love Angel Legend Wedding Peach | Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach OVA Lyrics and other songs

Anime Information

Title:Wedding Peach

Also Called:Love Angel Legend Wedding Peach | Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach

Type:TV

Released on year:2020

Released in:Spring

Num Episodes:12

Argument

Shingo Ichinomiya, 25, wakes up in a new world and discovers that he is in the body of a six-year-old. Shingo learns that the person he is occupying is Wendelin Von Benno Baumeister, the eighth son of a poor noble family living in the countryside, from his stressful life working at a firm. Wendelin realizes his strange situation and sets out to improve his financial and social standing. His newly discovered great magical ability could be exactly what he needs to accomplish his goal.

About

Wedding Peach (Japanese:, Hepburn: Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedingu Pchi, literally "Legend of the Angel of Love: Wedding Peach") is a Shogakukan Ciao manga written by Sukehiro Tomita and illustrated by Nao Yazawa. It was translated and published in its entirety in North America by VIZ Media, consisting of six volumes. The manga was later adapted into an anime television series directed by Kunihiko Yuyama that aired on TV Tokyo for 51 episodes from April 5, 1995 to March 27, 1996, as well as two omakes, Ai Tenshi Robot Wedding Peach and Ai Tenshi Sentai, and a four-episode OVA sequel (Wedding Peach DX), all of which were released in 1996. Wedding Peach Young Love, a collection of Wedding Peach stories created specifically for the monthly magazine Shogaku Sannensei ("Elementary School Third-grader"), was released in 2004. The "Young Love" version of Wedding Peach features younger-looking characters, less complex storylines, and simpler dialogue to better suit the magazine's target audience.