The anime adaptation is divided into six four-episode story arcs where each arc focuses on one of the main heroines who will become Junichi's love interest along with two extra episodes that focuses on Risa Kamizaki and Miya Tachibana.The anime has ten pieces of theme music: two opening themes and eight ending themes; each ending theme is sung by the voice actresses of the heroines of the series in their respective story arc.She is unpredictable and is liable to punch or otherwise physically assault Junichi unexpectedly.Kaoru does household chores and works part-time at a family restaurant to help support her single mother, who later dates another man.He is a better than average student (particularly in math) but has a tendency to oversleep in the mornings and has to be woken up by his sister Miya.A very popular girl in her final year, who has many fans at school.Now a second-year student in high school, Junichi is wary of love because of his past and dislikes celebrating Christmas.However this Christmas, his encounter with one of six girls from his school: Haruka Morishima, Kaoru Tanamachi, Sae Nakata, Ai Nanasaki, Rihoko Sakurai, or Tsukasa Ayatsuji will finally open up his heart to love again.
He recommended it for fans wanting different story arcs, and cited that it plays to the series roots as a video game.
Her feelings for Junichi have been building since middle school. Having studied at an all-girls school for most of her life, Sae is incredibly shy around men. She has a younger brother named Ikuo and possesses a cool, calm disposition.
She has a soft, quiet voice and though generally reserved, shows a child-like enthusiasm for the Inago Mask superheroes. Sae's arc in the anime is unique in that her story is regularly narrated by Jouji Nakata, as well as some instances in breaking the fourth wall. She is responsible for maintaining the household as both of her parents work long hours.
, is a Japanese dating simulation game for the Play Station 2 and the spiritual successor to Kimi Kiss, both of which were developed and published by Enterbrain. As of November 2010 six manga adaptations have been produced: two serialized in Enterbrain's Famitsu Comic Clear, two in Hakusensha's Young Animal and Young Animal Island, one in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Maoh and one in Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace.
An anime adaptation titled Amagami SS aired in Japan from July 1, 2010 to December 23, 2010.