Tsubasa Chronicles [TV]
During an excavation at a mysterious ruin within the Clow Kingdom, young archeologist Syaoran is surprised by the presence of his childhood friend and Clow’s princess, Sakura. She appears with wings, which disintegrates and takes her memories with it.
Syaoran asks the Dimension Witch for help, and discovers that Sakura’s memories have taken the form of feathers, which were then scattered throughout different dimensions. In exchange for the ability to travel through dimensions, they must offer the thing they value most.
Now it is up to Syaoran, and his newfound allies: Kurogane, Fai D. Flowright, and Mokona, to travel through different dimensions and retrieve Sakura’s memories.
About the Show
Tsubasa Chronicle is an anime adaptation of the fantasy-romance manga series entitled Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, which was written and illustrated by the manga artists group Clamp. Produced by studio Bee Train under the direction of Kouchi Mashimo and Hiroshi Morioka, Tsubasa Chronicle aired a total of 52 episodes over 2 seasons, between April 9, 2005 and November 4, 2006. 5 OVAs were also released between November 16, 2007 and May 15, 2009.
Season One Summary
Episode 1: Destinies Converge
Sakura visits Syaoran while excavating at a mysterious ruin. There, an unknown force draws her into a wall, and causes her memories to manifest into feathers. After Syaoran pulls her into safety, the feathers disperse into different dimensions.
Episode 2: The Power to Fight
Syaoran, Kurogane, and Fai asks the Dimensional Witch Yuuko Ichihara to grant their wishes. Syaoran wishes to retrieve Sakura’s lost memories; Kurogane wishes to return to his home world; while Fai wishes to travel other worlds to avoid his king.
Episode 3: Sword of Demon Destruction
After receiving the power to travel dimensions, the trio find themselves involved in a gang war at Hanshin Republic.
Episode 4: Innocent Wandering
Sakura wanders off and crosses paths with the gang l