Tsuki ga Kirei

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  1. While directly translated as "The Moon is Beautiful," the phrase "Tsuki ga Kirei Desu ne." (月が綺麗ですね。, transl. "The Moon is Beautiful, Isn't it?") is a common Japanese phrase that translates to "I love you." The phrase was translated by Meiji-era novelist and teacher Natsume Sōseki since he believed that two people in love do not need direct words to convey their feelings. [1] [2]
  2. All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.

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Tsuki ga Kirei
Tsuki ga Kirei BD vol 1.jpg
Cover of the first Blu-ray volume for Tsuki ga Kirei.
月がきれい
Genre Romance, coming-of-age