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'''Sweet Blue Flowers''' (青い花, ''Aoi Hana'', lit. "Blue Flower") is a [[yuri]] [[manga]] series written and illustrated by Takako Shimura. It was serialized between November 2004 and July 2013 in Ohta Publishing's Manga Erotics F manga magazine and is licensed in English by [[Viz Media]]. Eight volumes were published between December 2005 and September 2013.
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'''Sweet Blue Flowers''' (青い花, ''Aoi Hana'', lit. "Blue Flower") is a yuri manga series written and illustrated by Takako Shimura. It was serialized between November 2004 and July 2013 in Ohta Publishing's Manga Erotics F manga magazine and is licensed in English by Viz Media. Eight volumes were published between December 2005 and September 2013.
   
An 11-episode [[anime]] television series produced by [[J.C.Staff]] and directed by Ken'ichi Kasai aired in Japan between July and September 2009 on [[Fuji TV]]. An Internet [[Audio Drama|radio show]] to promote the anime was produced between June and October 2009 on HiBiKi Radio Station hosted by Ai Takabe and Yūko Gibu, who voiced Fumi and Akira in the anime, respectively. The anime has been licensed by Right Stuf Inc..
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An 11-episode anime television series produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Ken'ichi Kasai aired in Japan between July and September 2009 on Fuji TV. An Internet radio show to promote the anime was produced between June and October 2009 on HiBiKi Radio Station hosted by Ai Takabe and Yūko Gibu, who voiced Fumi and Akira in the anime, respectively. The anime has been licensed by Right Stuf Inc..
   
 
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