Anime Japan

Michiko & Hatchin
Written by Devilchoco

In The South of The Border Adventures

Episodes 22
Directer by Sayo Yamamoto
Produced by Shinichirō Watanabe
Written by Takashi Ujita
Character designer:Hiroshi Shimizu

The story takes place in a fictional country with cultural traces from South American countries, mostly from Brazil.
The music is composed by Brazilian musician: Alexandre Kassin.
Some staff of this work went to favela in Brazil to get a inspiration for the anime.

Hatchin is a girl raised by strict foster parents who has long given up her dreams of freedom. Michiko is a sexy criminal who escapes from a supposedly inescapable prison. After escaping from the prison, she rescues an abused girl known as Hatchin. The two are about as opposite as they come, but their fates become intertwined through the connection of a man from both their pasts. On the run from the police and Hatchin’s abusive foster parents, the unlikely duo set out to find this man and ultimately discover their freedom.

【Devilchoco Review】
Anime that are set out of Japan whilst not as uncommon as many may think are still few and far between but what is even more rare is an anime that takes place in Latin America. That’s the reason I like this anime even it is similar to other shows by Manglobe. If you are looking for something new, I recommend other shows.
But again I like the art, the story takes place, and the music.

【English ver. or other languages】
It is produced by Funimation in North America.
Please click here for other languages.

【Where you can check this anime】
Official website :

About the author





I Love traveling abroad and reading comic books.

Dots turn into the drawing.
The drawing gets connected with the story, becoming a comic book.
The 2-D world goes beyond the borders and generations to reach us, readers.
This is what I would like to accomplish on Asian-port.

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