Chobits box

DVD Compilation Cover Art

The Chobits (チょびッツ Chobittsu?) is an adaptation of the manga of the same name by Clamp. The series was adapted by Madhouse and directed by Morio Asaka with music by K-Taro Takanami and character designs by Hisashi Abe.

The series was broadcast in 26 episodes from April 2, 2002 to September 24, 2002 across Japan, East Asia, and Southeast Asia by the anime satellite television network, Animax and the terrestrial Tokyo Broadcasting System network. Elsewhere in the world, the series was rebroadcast in Korea by AniOne TV, in France by Europe 2 TV, in Spain by both Animax España and Buzz Channel, in Portugal on Animax Portugal, and in Poland by Hyper. It was later released in Japan across 8 DVDs. The original episodes 9 and 18 are "recap" episodes, summarizing previous events. These episodes were re-numbered for the DVD release as episodes 8.5 and 18.5, respectively, and removed from their original sequence by being published together on the final DVD. As a result, the series is 24 episodes long. In addition, there are two DVD-only OVAs: a 27th episode recapping the series (numbered episode 24.5) and a 6-minute special.


# Title Original Air Date
1 Chi Awakens April 2, 2002

Unaired Episodes (DVD Exclusives)Edit


Opening ThemesEdit

"Let Me Be With You" by Round Table featuring Nino (episodes 1-26)

Ending ThemesEdit

"Raison d'être" (Reason to Be) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 1–13)
"Ningyo Hime" (ニンギョヒメ lit. Doll Princess?) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 14–25)
"Katakoto no Koi" (片言の恋 lit. Awkward Love?) by Rie Tanaka and Tomokazu Sugita (episode 26)
"Book End Bossa" by Round Table featuring Nino (OVA)

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