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Clannad (クラナド Kuranado?) is a Japanese visual novel developed by Key released on April 28, 2004 playable on Windows PCs. While both of Key's first two previous works, Kanon and Air, had been released first as adult games and then censored for the younger market, Key's third work Clannad was released with a rating for all ages. Clannad was later ported to the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The story follows the life of Tomoya Okazaki who meets many people in his last year of high school, including five girls at his school, and he helps resolve their individual problems.

The gameplay in Clannad follows a branching plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the five female main characters by the player character. The game ranked as the best-selling PC game sold in Japan for the time of its release, and charted in the national top 50 several more times afterwards. Key went on to produce an adult spin-off titled Tomoyo after ~It's a Wonderful Life~ in November 2005, which expanded on the scenario of Tomoyo Sakagami, one of the five heroines from Clannad.

Clannad has made several transitions to other media. There have been four manga series: the first serialized in Comic Rush, the second in Comi Digi +, the third in Dengeki G's Magazine and Dengeki G's Festival! Comic, and the fourth in Dragon Age Pure. Comic anthologies, light novels and art books were also published, as were audio dramas and several albums of music. An animated film by Toei Animation was released on September 15, 2007, followed by two anime series including two original video animation (OVA) episodes by Kyoto Animation. Both anime series and their accompanying OVAs are licensed by Sentai Filmworks and are localized and distributed in English by Section23 Films. The two Clannad anime series were released in North America in 2009. The animated adaptations have received high sales figures in Japan as well as critical acclaim abroad.

Voice Cast

Cast

Role Voice Actor
Character 文字 Japanese 文字
Nagisa Furukawa 古河渚 Mai Nakahara 中原 麻衣
Sanae Furukawa 古河早苗 Kikuko Inoue 井上 喜久子
Akio Furukawa 古河秋生 Ryōtarō Okiayu 置鮎 龍太郎
Naoyuki Okazaki 岡崎直幸 Hiroshi Naka 中 博史
Ushio Okazaki 岡崎汐 Satomi Kōrogi こおろぎさとみ
Shino Okazaki 岡崎史乃 Miyoko Asō 麻生 美代子
Youhei Sunohara 春原陽平 Daisuke Sakaguchi 阪口 大助
Mei Sunohara 春原芽衣 Yukari Tamura 田村 ゆかり
Fuko Ibuki 伊吹風子 Ai Nonaka 野中 藍
Kouko Ibuki 伊吹公子 Yūko Minaguchi 皆口 裕子
Yusuke Yoshino 芳野祐介 Hikaru Midorikawa 緑川 光
Kyou Fujibayashi 藤林杏 Ryō Hirohashi 広橋 涼
Ryou Fujibayashi 藤林椋 Akemi Kanda 神田 朱未
Botan ボタン Machiko Kawana 川名 真知子
Kotomi Ichinose 一ノ瀬ことみ Mamiko Noto 能登 麻美子
Tomoyo Sakagami 坂上智代 Hōko Kuwashima 桑島 法子
Yukine Miyazawa 宮沢有紀寧 Atsuko Enomoto 榎本 温子
Yu Miki Fukui 福井 美樹
Kappei Hiiragi 柊勝平 Ryōko Shiraishi 白石 涼子
Misae Sagara 相楽美佐枝 Satsuki Yukino 雪野 五月
Katsuki Shima 志麻賀津紀 Romi Park 朴 璐美
Saki サキ Miyuki Kawasho 川庄 美雪
Yuki ユキ Yui Kano 鹿野 優以
Toshio Koumura 幸村俊夫 Takeshi Aono 青野 武
Gentleman Yutaka Aoyama 青山 穣
Female Student 女子学生 Chisako Tatsumi 辰巳 千佐
Igarashi 五十嵐 Hidehiko Kaneko 金子 英彦
Koutarou Ichinose 一ノ瀬幸太郎 Hidehiko Kaneko 金子 英彦
Momoko Tsuji 辻 桃子
Sugisaka 杉坂 Ai Bandō 板東 愛
Isao Teramoto 寺本 勲
Masashi Hamano 濱野 雅嗣
Asako Shiratsuchi 白土 麻子
Keisuke Baba 馬場 圭介
Kouji Haramaki 服巻 浩司
Akemi Satō 佐藤 朱
Female Student 女子学生 Eri Yasui 安井 絵里
Tsuyoshi Takahashi 高橋 剛
Daisuke Matsubara 松原 大典
Mari Yoshikura 吉倉 万里
Ōgami Sensei 大神先生 Keiichirō Yamamoto 山本 圭一郎
Tajima タジマ Keiichirō Yamamoto 山本 圭一郎
Takahiro Fujimoto 藤本 たかひろ
Rie Nishina 仁科りえ Mai Aizawa 相沢 舞
Mizue Ichinose 一ノ瀬水江 Mutsumi Sugihara 杉原 睦
Shima's Mother Makiko Mizogami 溝上 真紀子
Takeshi Mori 森 岳志

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