Madhouse Animation turned Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card into an anime television series. Asaka and Ohkawa from the original anime series were confirmed to lead, create, and develop the new adaptation on January 7th, 2018, respectively. The key characters from the first anime are also back to reprise their parts.
A few months following the events of the original anime’s movie ending, in this new series, a 13-year-old Sakura Kinomoto is a seventh-grader at Middle School. Together with her partner Syaoran Li and her maternal second cousin Tomoyo, Sakura is confident she can handle everything life throws to her.
From May to November 2018, Japan published the series in eight volumes on Blu-ray and DVD. On February 5, 2019, Funimation released a Blu-ray in North America with the first 11 episodes. On July 2, 2019, episodes 12 through 22 were released. On August 11, 2020, Funimation published the entire series in a single Blu-ray volume.
|Other Names||Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card-hen|
Kādokyaputā Sakura Kuria Kādo-hen
|Licensors||Crunchyroll, Medialink, Funimation|
|Producers||NHK, Kodansha, NHK Enterprises|
|Genre||Adventure, Magical Girl, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance|
|Duration||25 minutes per episode|
|Initial network||NHK BS Premium|
|Timeline||January 7, 2018 – June 10, 2018|
Story of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Anime
Along with her pals, including her recently-returned boyfriend Syaoran Li, Sakura Kinomoto is beginning junior high school. All of the Sakura Cards become blank and entirely impotent after Sakura has a premonitory dream about a shadowy figure in a cloak, setting off her investigation into what’s wrong.
Using the new and even more powerful mystical dream key, Sakura and her companions, together with her guardians and protectors Cerberus and Yue, locate and seize the transparent cards.
Supporting roles are played by Eriol, Spinel Sun, Ruby Moon, and Kaho Mizuki, who has now moved back to England but is still helping Sakura and her guardians from a distance.
All of the Clow Cards that could destroy the planet have been captured by Sakura and transformed into her personal Sakura Cards. It is now spring. Sakura is just starting middle school when the cherry trees are in full bloom.
Sakura was overjoyed to be returning to school with her beloved Syaoran after his trip to Hong Kong. But one night, her Cards experience an odd occurrence. On top of that, odd things continue to occur in Tomoeda.
Sakura resumes her Card collection after being led by the Key she discovered in her dream. After that, a fresh female joins her class.
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The DVD of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is available for purchase on Amazon.
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Characters from Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card – Anime
Following are the important characters that appear in the anime show:
The titular character and lead character of the anime adaptation of the Cardcaptor Sakura manga series by CLAMP is Sakura Kinomoto.
During the Clow Card Arc and Sakura Card Arc storyline, Sakura is depicted as a 10-year-old girl who attends Tomoeda Elementary School and resides in the Japanese town of Tomoeda. She attends Tomoeda Junior High School as a freshman in the Clear Card Arc storyline.
Sakura has emerald green eyes and short brown hair that is short all over with two elevated partings, two curled ahoges, and two long thin strands on the sides. This occasionally alters in specific manga drawings and official artwork.
In addition to having the same colour anime hair and eyes, she occasionally has auburn hair, grey or blue eyes, and snow white skin. She is inherently short as a child, but she gradually gets taller as the years go by.
Sakura, a ten-year-old girl, is incredibly vivacious and upbeat. She is an amazing runner and a member of her school’s cheerleading squad. Her athleticism, which she received from her father, is very strong.
The evolution of the connection among Sakura and Syaoran Li, which dominates the second half of the series, is what makes it the most memorable in the whole series.
On Syaoran’s first day at Tomoeda Elementary School, they first ran into each other. Sakura was surprised to see Syaoran gazing at her and casting her venomous stares before they had even had a chance to introduce themselves.
Later, when he approaches her, he insists that she give him the Clow Cards. Syaoran tries to take them from her by force when she does not give them to him. Touya, Sakura’s brother, steps in to break up the fight before it gets out of hand.
The deuteragonist of the Cardcaptor Sakura manga series and the anime version is Syaoran Li. He is first seen as Sakura’s competition for the Clow Cards, but over time they became great friends and allies. In the Clear Card storyline, he also develops feelings for Sakura, and the two of them begin dating.
Syaoran has broad amber eyes and short chestnut hair. Even though he is shorter than some of his male peers, including Yamazaki, he is still taller than Sakura and Tomoyo.
Ten-year-old Syaoran Li starts out as a chilly and sceptical child. Syaoran had firmly believed that he should be the one to be captured as the heir of the renowned Li clan of wizards from Hong Kong, of which Clow Reed’s mom herself was also a member.
In the anime, he first emerges as Sakura’s antagonist and takes a few cards for himself. He never even called her by her first name until the third season due to his initial chilly, critical, and awkward attitude toward her. He also frequently and bluntly reprimanded her for her weaknesses and awkwardness.
Syaoran’s intense animosity against Sakura at the start of the series stems from his conviction that they should fight for the cards to determine who is deserving of using them. Before he even knows Sakura’s name on his first day at her school, he gives her a threatening gaze that worries her.
Sakura would make repeated attempts to befriend Syaoran, but he would ignore her and reject her because he only saw her as a rival. Despite this, he occasionally intervenes to save her and gives her knowledge about the cards.
The two gradually learn to cooperate while simultaneously attempting to grab the cards, and they develop a bond that Syaoran doesn’t completely understand until midway through the series.
In the manga series Cardcaptor Sakura and Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle by CLAMP and their anime adaptations, Tomoyo Daidouji plays a significant supporting role. She is the second cousin on their mothers’ side and best friend of Sakura Kinomoto, the main character of the anime.
Tomoyo, the daughter of Sonomi Daidouji, the CEO of the Daidouji Toy Company, leads a luxurious existence and is protected by a group of female bodyguards.
She provides Sakura and Cerberus with various communication tools throughout the series thanks to her access to a variety of prototype technical equipment from her mother’s business.
She is portrayed as being sophisticated, polite, and intellectual, and she frequently uses more sophisticated verb combinations and idioms than are typical for elementary school kids.
Tomoyo is extremely responsible for her age. She is incredibly smart and adept at managing multiple circumstances at once, supporting Meiling and Syaoran through their emotional difficulties. Her generosity towards Sakura is one of her most defining character traits.
Tomoyo is adorable, compassionate, sweet, smart, gorgeous, meticulous, frustratingly perfect, and beautiful (she has a lovely singing voice and often has solos in choir recitals). She likes creating clothes for Sakura to wear and constantly filming her.
She performs in a school club as well. Only when it comes to Sakura, Tomoyo can occasionally be a little exaggerated, but aside from that, she is virtually flawless in every manner.
The first love of Sakura Kinomoto’s life was Yukito, who is now Touya’s boyfriend.
He is Yue’s human-like alter personality. Yue is the second and last Guardian of the 54 Clow/Sakura Cards, as well as their new youthful mistress. Longtime admirer Syaoran Li has a crush on him because of his unconscious affinity to Yue’s extraordinarily potent lunar magic.
Yukito has grey hair that is frequently split on the side and brown eyes. He appears academic because of his huge, circular glasses.
He frequently wears his school uniform, but he also occasionally appears in trousers and a hooded sweatshirt, which are considered more informal attire.
Yukito’s constant smile is proof of his good nature and gentleness. Although soft-spoken, Yukito looks to be extremely well-liked. He is a jack of all crafts who can cook, bake, and play various sports. Sakura and Syaoran are both enamoured with Tsukishiro. He has a huge appetite and loves food.
But it is mentioned in the third season that Yukito’s real form, Yue, cannot consume food. This implies that Yukito is eating for two, which may be why he has such a big appetite.
Yukito is required to consume five times as much food as usual near the end of the series since it is revealed that Yue is decreasing his power and that there is a good chance he would vanish.
He is the older brother of Sakura. He is dating Yukito Tsukishiro, who is Yue’s borrowed form.
He was born on a leap year, which means that because of his February 29th birthday, he can only “fully” commemorate his birthday once every 4 years. He has an O blood type.
Touya is a very tall, well-built young man with dark brown eyes and hair that is parted on the left side. He also has tanned complexion. He frequently wears the Seijou high school uniform, but he has also been spotted wearing informal attire on occasion.
Touya like his father in that he is also kind, athletic, and skilled at cooking and helps around the house. He enjoys similar popularity with the girls as Yukito does.
Despite Sakura’s efforts to keep it a secret, he is a sharp young man who understands what Sakura has been up to, even though he acts as though he doesn’t. Sakura believes it is improbable that he is aware of it already because he would make fun of her for it.
Touya appears to be an introverted person. His only two acquaintances appear to be Yukito and Kaho Mizuki, and he typically hangs out with the latter.
Following are the other characters:
- Meiling Li
- Clow Reed
- Fujitaka Kinomoto
- Sonomi Daidouji
- Nadeshiko Kinomoto
- Yoshiyuki Terada
- Rika Sasaki
- Takashi Yamazaki
- Chiharu Mihara
- Naoko Yanagisawa
- Masaki Amamiya
- Kaho Mizuki
- Eriol Hiragizawa
- Spinel Sun
- Nakuru Akizuki
- Ms. Morita
- Akiho Shinomoto
- Yuna D. Kaito
- Wang Wei
- Maki Matsumoto
Episodes List and Description
The anime consists of 22 episodes and following is the story of what happens in each episode:
Episode 1: Sakura and the Two Bears
Syaoran expresses his affections to Sakura after Eriol says he’s going back to England, but she doesn’t respond. Following their departure, Sakura and Syaoran pay one more visit to Eriol and his friends. Syaoran informs Sakura that he is also going back to Hong Kong.
After that, Sakura hastily prepares a teddy bear for him and, with Toya’s assistance, makes it to Syaoran just in time to present it to him and confess her love for him. Syaoran tells Sakura that she will wait for him when he returns from Hong Kong after taking care of his business there as the bus departs.
Sakura reunites with Syaoran on her first day of junior high school two years later.
Episode 2: Sakura and the Clear Cards
Sakura is delighted to reunite with Syaoran on her first day at Tomoeda Junior High School and find that he recently relocated back to the city. Later that evening, following an odd dream, Sakura awakens to find that all of the Sakura cards had become blank.
Sakura has another dream in which she obtains a key that is still on her hand when she wakes up after consulting Yue, Syaoran, and Tomoyo and receiving no response from Eriol. The following day, Sakura is battered by strong winds as she makes her way to school.
She changes the new key into a stronger new staff that she uses to collect the winds as a new translucent playing card with the name “Gale.”
Episode 3: Sakura’s Heavy Rain Alert
Throughout the day, there is a persistent downpour, and Sakura draws the “Aqua” card. The following day, Sakura successfully collects the “Reflect” card during cheerleading club. She encounters the masked assailant in a dream at home, where she makes another attempt to prevent it from taking her key.
Episode 4: Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student
An international student named Akiho Shinomoto enrols at the school and befriends Sakura and the other students right away. Sakura captures the card “Action” after learning that the trees on the school grounds are moving on their own later in class.
Sakura runs into Yue after school, who informs her that he is unable to detect any magic in the new cards. Syaoran reaches out to Eriol, but he is told to wait until the perfect moment to take action.
Episode 5: Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing
When Sakura arrives with her friends for the Flower Viewing, she is abruptly carried to a big tree in the midst of the forest by an unknown entity.
She pulls the “Gravitation” card. Sakura, who is taken aback by the tree’s size and beauty, persuades her friends to prolong their meeting there while Syaoran joins them.
Episode 6: Sakura, the Rabbit and the Song of the Moon
Sakura has another dream about the masked man, this time he is perched on a clock. The following day, at lunch, Sakura and her friends sneak into the music room to listen to Akiho and Tomoyo sing jointly. It is discovered that Syaoran can play the piano.
Following the song, Sakura hears an odd noise that she later associates with the card “Record,” and Syaoran confirms that he did not experience any magical power at the time.
Episode 7: Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden
Visits to Tomoyo’s home are made by Sakura, Kero, and Syaoran in order to test the abilities of Record in the garden. She then picks up a brand-new card called “Flight” in the situation.
Episode 8: Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game
Akiho invites Sakura and Tomoyo to come see her new home, which is, ironically enough, the same mansion where Eriol stayed during his time in Tomoeda. There, they meet her butler, Yuna D. Kaito, and Akiho gives them a tour of her family’s sizable, private library.
During the incident, Sakura finds the card “Lucid,” which was concealed amid the bookcases, and she takes it. When Akiho comes back, she brings a book in a strange language called “Alice in Clock Land,” and Sakura can’t help but notice how similar the cover looks to other books.
Episode 9: Sakura’s Thrilling Aquarium Visit
At the aquarium where she caught the Watery, Sakura goes on a date with Syaoran. One of the aquarium’s tanks breaks, flooding the entire space. The force of a card causes Sakura to go submerged until Toya removes the water and Syaoran saves her. At night, Sakura, Tomoyo, Kero, and Syaoran go back to the aquarium, where Sakura finds the card “Spiral.”
Episode 10: Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth
When Akiho is sent to sleep by the abilities of another card, she is visiting Sakura at her residence. When Sakura and Kero pursue it, they find that the rest of the house is encircled by a complex labyrinth.
Sakura finally wins the cards “Snooze” and “Labyrinth” after a protracted chase. When everything returns to normal, Kaito shows up to pick up Akiho while Sakura bids them farewell.
Episode 11: Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin
Sakura, Tomoyo, Akiho, and Syaoran run into Kaito as he is returning from shopping on their return home from school. When Syaoran returns home, he phones Eriol and tells him that he felt Kaito had some kind of magical ability.
Eriol suspects Kaito to be a strong member of a dubious-looking English magician society. Later, Sakura senses the existence of a card, so they pursue it to the neighbourhood playground where they successfully catch the card “Reversal.”
Episode 12: Sakura and the Ice Ball-Sports Tournament
When a violent hailstorm hits, Sakura and her pals are competing in the school’s sports championship. Sakura successfully catches the “Hail” card, which is the cause of the storm, with Syaoran’s assistance. Later on at home, Sakura has a dream about the cloaked figure attempting to steal her key once more.
Episode 13: Sakura and Meiling’s Return
Meiling arrives in Tomoeda out of the blue, and Sakura welcomes her into her home.
Toya says that it is not yet ready to reveal the new ability that is developing within him when Yukito and Yue enquire about it.
Back at her home, Sakura tells Meiling that she is aware that Syaoran is keeping something from her but chooses not to confront him about it because she is confident that he would not withhold information from her unless there was a valid reason to do so.
The two then get ready to go to sleep after Meiling gives Sakura assurances regarding Syaoran’s feelings. Sakura then fleetingly discovers that Meiling has developed cat ears and a tail.
Episode 14: Sakura, the Shrine and the Zoo
The next day, when Sakura and her friends go to a shrine, she witnesses her pals being transformed into animals and taken to an unidentified destination. When Sakura’s companions were going to be in danger, Syaoran shows up to assist her.
Sakura then uses her own willpower to send everyone back and is successful in acquiring the card “Mirage.” With Syaoran worn out from the conflict, Sakura deduces that the card acted in accordance with her own thoughts and emotions and believes that being much stronger is the only way to prevent these situations from occurring.
Episode 15: Sakura’s Nostalgic Viewing Party
Akiho expresses to Kaito her happiness at finishing the book and describes the incidents with Alice’s friends changing into animals, which are similar to Sakura’s experience with the “Mirage” card. Kaito’s enigmatic response is that he wishes Alice will keep trying her best.
Meiling contacts Syaoran on Sakura’s behalf at her home to inquire about his well-being, and Sakura eventually requests that he get enough rest.
Later, Sakura, Meiling, and Akiho travel to Tomoyo’s home, where she is waiting to show them her own home theatre room, where she is playing clips from earlier performances that Sakura and the others had performed in.
Episode 16: Sakura and Meiling’s Friend
Before trapping the card “Swing,” Sakura and Kero identify the cause of the earthquakes as a card that is travelling underground and use Siege to stop it from escaping.
After leaving Sakura and the others, Akiho runs into Kaito on her way home. Using his abilities to reverse time and make her forget it, Kaito reveals to Akiho that he understands further about Sakura’s father than he should.
Sakura and Meiling are on their way home when they are assaulted by another card. They work together to control its motions before collecting the card “Struggle.”
Episode 17: Sakura and the Crazy Sweets
Sakura experiences the enigmatic figure in another dream and feels as though she has identified it. The roll cakes begin hopping around in home economics class and eventually combine to form a large monster. It is defeated by Sakura, who also wins the card “Appear.”
After arriving at his house, Akiho presents Kaito a roll cake. Kaito then magically sends her to rest and promises to steal all of Sakura’s Clear Cards when the time is appropriate, with Momo’s help.
Episode 18: Sakura, the Fire and Water Bird
Sakura and Akiho experience another joint dream after she shows Akiho and the others the picture book she received from Rika. With Syaoran’s assistance, Sakura succeeds in obtaining the card “Blaze” and quickly returns home, not realising that Toya has already noticed that she is not in her room.
Yue again asks Toya about the new abilities he has acquired, but Toya believes that the timing is not yet right to share them.
Episode 19: Sakura and Akiho’s Lullaby
When they get home, Sakura admits that she utilized “Record” during the reading of Buying Mittens for kids that she and Akiho participated in. However, when the card’s recording is played again, a strange sight arises.
After doing some research, Kero learns that Sakura recorded a scenario from decades prior, indicating that her skills had significantly improved. After confessing in Yue, they agree that they must get in touch with Eriol as soon as possible.
Episode 20: Sakura, Rainbows, and Grandpa
On Sunday, Syaoran and Sakura are invited to his villa by Sakura’s maternal great-grandfather. However, when Sakura takes a quick break to get more tea, she accidentally wanders into her mother’s room and uses “Record” to watch scenes of Nadeshiko (her own mother) when they were a child.
Suddenly, Nadeshiko’s image tells Sakura to stop because if she digs any deeper, she won’t be able to come back. Kaito and Momo both assert that the moment they have been waiting for has arrived when Sakura and Akiho experience another dream. Eriol finally gets in touch with Kero and Yue to let them know what is going on.
Episode 21: Sakura, the Mirror and the Key of Memories
Sakura’s great-grandfather offers her an English-made key that he claims was among Nadeshiko’s most valued items when she has recovered. Eriol tells Kero and Yue that he found out with the aid of Syaoran’s mom that Kaito was ejected from the community of magicians he once conformed to after being held accountable for the vanishing of a mysterious artefact with potent magical abilities, and that somehow it must be a crucial part of his scheme.
Kaito then uses his own magical abilities to break off their communication, interrupting their chat. Sakura discovers that her house was turned around by the power of a card after arriving home with Syaoran. She then catches the card “Mirror.”
Episode 22: Sakura’s Clear Cards
Kero and Yue choose to obey Eriol’s directions, with Kero keeping watch next to Sakura to protect her, although not understanding why he wants to keep the existence of Akiho and Kaito a secret from her. However, Sakura and Akiho start to dream together more frequently, and both of their dreams feel foreboding.
Later that evening, the cloaked figure approaches Sakura, and she engages it. Sakura catches a glimpse of Akiho’s face behind the cloak as her key and cards are ready to be removed. Despite Kaito’s appearance and subsequent time travel, Sakura finally remembers what occurred, despite Kaito’s assurances to the contrary.
Review on Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card
The first episode of the series has additional new cards to collect, Sakura and Syaoran perpetually blushing over their love like the little kids that they are, and Akiho continuously vying with Tomoyo for the title of best friend despite becoming closer to Sakura.
The appearance of Meiling, a recurring supporting character who served as Sakura’s competitor in the original series, is perhaps the most noteworthy development for these first few episodes.
She had only sometimes been mentioned in Clear Card up until now, so it is wonderful to see her back and in some of the finest episodes from both parts, including the Mirage card double bill when she gradually transforms into a cat and the Struggle card episode.
It’s good to see how she’s grown, serving as the voice of reason in Sakura and Syaoran’s relationship and being able to speak fluent Japanese, Cantonese, and English. There is a lot of emphasis on demonstrating how she changed from being a rival in the novel to one of Sakura’s best friends. She, Syaoran, and Akiho are all excellent linguists, though!
While Meiling is there, the show gets to have some fun, but as she goes back to Hong Kong, things start to become serious as the programme starts to wrap up a lot of the loose ends and adopts a darker tone.
Again, this is quite reminiscent of the originals because the climaxes there accomplish a similar feat, but this time it innovates by introducing a genuine antagonist for the first time.
Since Yue, Clow Reed, and Eriol were never adversaries in the traditional sense of the term in the first series, having someone who truly wants to kill Sakura distinguishes Clear Card from other sequels and makes it distinct from being just more of the same.
Other anime recommendations
More than two decades later, audiences are still captivated by the mystique of Cardcaptor Sakura, the anime adaptation created by CLAMP in the 1990s.
Sakura Kinomoto, a little girl, battles to become the Master of the Clow Cards with the aid of her closest friends and stuffed animal tutor, Cerberus, as we follow her on her magical quest to recover the enchanted Clow Cards (after she unintentionally releases them into the world).
Cardcaptor Sakura revitalised the magic girl subgenre with its endearing characters, compelling story, gorgeous animation, and amazing costume design.
Following are some of the anime recommendation similar to Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card:
Reservoir Chronicle: Tsubasa
Reservoir Chronicle, which was made by CLAMP to connect their many characters, portrays Sakura and her pals in a very different way. Princess Sakura of the Clow Kingdom misses her memories in this other universe.
Syaoran, a former playmate and aspiring architect, agrees to assist her after learning that by travelling across other worlds to gather the scattered pieces, Sakura’s memories can be recovered. Even so, once all the parts are put back together, the princess will forget Syaoran.
Our beloved characters are revisited in this epic adventure in a brand-new environment with fresh stakes. It’s a must-see for everyone seeking to see more Sakura on their screens since it’s full with gorgeous artwork, romance, and magic.
Kobato, another CLAMP production, is a beautiful and heartbreaking series that frequently takes unexpected twists to keep the audience on the edge of their seat.
Before the conclusion of the four seasons, Kobato must fill a mystery bottle with mend hearts. Ioryogi, a ghost in the guise of a stuffed dog, assists her in accomplishing her goal by making sure Kobato is successful in resuming his human form.
Kobato combines a mystical fairy tale look with all the hallmark CLAMP elements, including jaw-dropping clothing and breathtaking animation. The entertaining, frequently humorous, and heartwarming plot is what, nonetheless, lets this anime distinguish apart.
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Each of the individuals in the ensemble cast was remarkably diverse and had a distinctive personality, yet this didn’t prevent the five ladies from forming solid, inspiring friendships. It’s a magical and emotional anime series that deserves to be considered a classic and to have earned that reputation.
When a prince’s heart is broken and the parts are spread, a duck assumes the shape of Princess Tutu and sets out to retrieve them all and return the boy’s heart, vanquishing all the bad forces in her path.
Despite having a strange concept, the story is a fascinating, emotional journey that reinvents the magic girl genre. The play skillfully incorporates magic girl themes into a fantasy ballet, which was heavily influenced by ballet and fairy tales.
Dance scenes with a story-appropriate music are used in place of bloody fighting. Princess Tutu is certain to fascinate thanks to its stunning illustrations and interesting story.
A young girl called Sakura Kinomoto’s journey to becoming the Cardcaptor of the Clow Cards is the subject of the anime series Cardcaptor Sakura. Among the most adored magical girl anime series despite dealing with some serious issues and being full of heart.
Despite the fact that the series has been finished for more than ten years, the sequel’s assurance shows promise, and because it is a monthly manga, it has also rekindled interest in other magical girl series.
When Sakura Kinomoto enrols in junior high school with her pals, especially her new beau Syaoran, who had recently returned to Tomoeda, Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card begins where Cardcaptor Sakura finishes.
All of the Sakura Cards become blank and entirely impotent when Sakura has a premonitory dream about a shadowy figure in a cloak, setting off her investigation into what’s wrong.
Using a new and far more potent mystical key and incantation, Sakura and her companions, together with her protectors and guardians Kerobearos and Yue, find and seize the translucent cards.
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