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Typhoon
Raku-onodera
japanese title タイフウ
translation Taifū

Production information

Scenario Yukito Kizawa
Storyboard Takashi Kawabata
Production Takashi Kawabata
Directed by Kazuya Shiotsuki; Akihisa Takano; Junichi Takaoka; Hatsue Nakayama
End card Kouhaku Kuroboshi
Broadcast information
Japanese broadcast April 26, 2014
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Typhoon (タイフウ, Taifū) is the 16th episode of the Nisekoi series that is originally written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi as a manga. The episode premiered on April 26, 2014.
Episode 16 title card

Episode 16 title card.

Overview Edit

Raku was asked by Kosaki to help out at their family's sweets shop with Kosaki's mother in present. While in the line of work and Nanako was gone, a strong typhoon forces Raku to stay at Kosaki's house for the time being. While under awkward silence and romantic tension at first, the pair eventually holds a proper conversation until the typhoon subsided — allowing Raku to head home safely — much to Raku's discontent. Nonetheless, Raku was able to exchange e-mail addresses with Kosaki as the latter feels proud of the progress she made with Raku.
Typhoon end card

Episode 16 end card.

Characters Edit

DebutEdit

Episode Notes Edit

Character Revelations Edit

  • Kosaki can decorate the sweets at her family's shop despite being a bad cook.
  • Kosaki has a younger sister.
  • Raku and Shū met since kindergarten.

Difference between anime and manga Edit

  • In the anime, Kosaki and Ruri are wearing different outfits compared to the manga.
  • Raku's shirt is striped in the anime, but in the manga there's only one line around the top of his shirt.
  • The dress that Kosaki wears in her room in the anime has a few differences compared to the manga's version.
  • Kosaki's room in the anime had a few notable differences from the manga. In the anime, her bed sheet's are frilly in the end and her bed's headboard is shaped differently from the manga's and has a heart on it. In the manga, there is a bear on her bed and her side table has only two drawers while there are five drawers in the anime. Kosaki also has a window above her side table in the manga. Her lamp is also shaped differently in the manga. Her carpet is farther from her side table and are a bunch of flowers in the anime but in the manga, her carpet has a flannel design and is closer to the side table and under her bed.

Trivia Edit

  • This episode was adapted from Nisekoi Chapter 38: Work and Chapter 39: Typhoon.
  • This episode didn't play an ending and instead played the continuation of the episode.

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