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Größe: 10cmHersteller: Good Smile Company. Mitsuha Miyamizu Taki Tachibana | Kimi No Na Wa | Your Name | By Makoto Shinkai. Miyamizu Mitsuha - 1/8 scale - Kimi no Na wa. - Good Smile Company. Homepage; Good Smile Company; Miyamizu Mitsuha - 1/8 scale - Kimi no Na wa​. Hauptseite Themenportale Continue reading Artikel. In der zweiten Woche nahmen in Deutschland an der Eventprogrammierung 16 Kinos mehr als die davor teil. Am Https://nordill2018.se/serien-stream-hd/rush-stream-deutsch.php im nicht-bezahlpflichtigen Fernsehen aus. By combining "Pen carrying arm" and "Graffiti face" for replacement, the scene in the link can also be reproduced! An den nächsten Haltestellen steigen sie aus und laufen zurück, um sich wiederzufinden. Noritaka Kawaguchi, Genki Kawamura. Als Mitsuha für Your Name. mitsuha

She is a year-old girl living in the rural town of Itomori who yearns for a life in the bustling city of Tokyo.

Her family runs a shrine, for which she participates in its old traditions as a shrine maiden with her younger sister. Mitsuha is a beautiful young woman with an average build and height.

She has brown eyes, and upper-back length black hair which she wears in a unique hairdo; two braids on each side tied into a small ponytail with a red, blue and yellow-orange-colored braided cord.

Mitsuha is noted to greatly resemble her mother. As a student, Mitsuha is often seen wearing her school uniform, which consists of a short-sleeved white shirt with a pocket and a red ribbon on the collar.

The shirt is tucked down in a gray-colored skirt she is wearing. She wears brown loafers and black stockings. In wintertime, she would wear an orange later blue colored sweater on top of the shirt.

While in Tokyo to find Taki, she gives away her braided cord to him, and cuts her hair to chin-length upon her return to Itomori.

She begins wearing the braided cord again when she gets it back from Taki during Kataware-doki. On a promotional video, a twenty-year-old Mitsuha is seen with her hair in a bobbed-hairstyle with the braided cord styled as a hairband.

On the day the comet struck, Mitsuha is seen wearing a blue-colored yukata with white flowers, a red obi and light-brown sandals.

In in the new timeline, Mitsuha is seen wearing a white dress with stars and a yellow cardigan, along with a pair of heels.

In adulthood, Mitsuha grows out her hair the length she had as a teenager. She wears her hair down with a small section of it tied into a braid at the back with the braided cord.

She wears a pair of peach-colored jeans that reach down to her shins with a brown belt and a pair of yellow pumps.

She is seen wearing a necklace carrying a brown shoulder-slung bag. Mitsuha is a kind, caring, organized and supportive girl who is also determined and sometimes persistent, frank, as well as adventurous.

She is tired of her close-knit lifestyle in the small and rural town of Itomori , and as so she is also flaky and uninterested in her family's traditions and wishes to explore outside of her hometown.

This is why when she starts switching bodies with Taki Tachibana , she appreciates every small thing in his life and makes the best out of it.

She also becomes enamored with Tokyo city. Later on, her friends tell Mitsuha that the reason everyone acted oddly towards her is that she was acting like another person the day before, though she is normal today.

Mitsuha claims to be fine, but she comments that she did feel like she was dreaming of someone else's dream. After school, she strolls around in town with her friends and expresses her concerns about living in the small country-side Itomori, instead yearning to live in Tokyo once she graduated.

Several days later, Mitsuha and Yotsuha perform a public Miyamizu tradition where they make kuchikamizake , an ancient traditional way of creating sake involving chewing rice to intake yeast for fermentation, to which the sakes become "half" of the sisters.

However, during the ritual, her classmates were watching and making fun of her. This seems to be the last straw for Mitsuha's bottled feelings, as after the ritual, she exclaims to the Gods that she dislikes her life and her boring hometown, and instead wishes to live as a handsome Tokyo boy in her next life.

The next day, her wish is somewhat granted, as she wakes up in a teenage boy's body in Tokyo named Taki Tachibana.

Soon after, she realizes that they are switching bodies in their dreams, though Mitsuha is unaware that she was switching with Taki three years in the future, and that the Taki in her timeline didn't experience the switching and therefore didn't know who she was.

Mitsuha begins loving her life as Taki, where she treasures every moment. Although she feels as it is stressful at times due to Taki's part-time job at an Italian restaurant, she enjoys it either way and manages to get closer to Miki Okudera, Taki's crush.

They create rules to protect each other lifestyles and promises each other to leave reports as they communicate by writing messages on paper or their phones.

Although they are grateful towards each other at times for helping out in their respective lives, they also experience annoyance and bickering, often leaving insults on each other's skin.

One day, Mitsuha arranges a date between Taki and Okudera. She is happy for him, but the thought of them becoming a couple makes her cry as she had already fallen in love with him.

She then decides to go to Tokyo to find Taki and meet him in person. On her way there, she is having thoughts about how he would react when he would see her.

But when she tries to call him, it is to no avail, which makes Mitsuha hopeless and claim that they "could never meet".

However, Mitsuha is certain that if they really saw each other, they would know right away, and continued the whole day searching for him.

Following an unsuccessful attempt to find Taki, a tired Mitsuha is waiting for her train in the evening. She nervously looks up at him and waits for a reaction, only to be surprised that he doesn't notice her at all.

Mitsuha calls out to him and asks if he remembers her, but Taki bluntly asks her who she is. Mitsuha is saddened by his answer, and although she doesn't further her inquiries, she is certain it was Taki whom she switched bodies with.

When she arrives at her station, Mitsuha goes away without saying anything, only to be stopped by Taki asking for her name. She gives him her name as well as the braided cord she is wearing, which Taki would later wear as a good-luck charm.

When she returns, Mitsuha asks her grandmother to cut her hair due to her meeting with Taki. She then gets ready to attend the autumn festival, where the peak of the Comet Tiamat 's brightness would be visible.

Mitsuha, Sayaka, and Tessie go to an open area to watch the comet clearly. Suddenly, Mitsuha sees how the comet unexpectedly splits into two, and though the larger piece keeps moving, the smaller one crashes onto Earth and destroys the town.

In the process, it kills Mitsuha and most of the other Itomori residents. Three years later, Taki experienced the body-switching, though it was with the Mitsuha before the incident when she was alive.

Taki also had no idea about Itomori's state and that she had passed away. When Taki was on his date with Okudera that Mitsuha arranged, he sees a picture of Itomori at an exhibition and looks at it in awe.

He is then noted by Okudera that he is now in love with Mitsuha instead of her, whom he previously had a crush on.

Taki blushes and tries to deny this, indicating that these statements are true. After the date, Taki attempts to call Mitsuha and tell her about the disastrous date, but at the same time in Mitsuha's timeline, the comet struck and she perished.

Taki's switching with Mitsuha thereafter ceases, which leaves him in shock. Since he was unable to contact her in any way, Taki decides to meet her in person.

However, he didn't know the town's name so he solely relies on his memories of the town and draws different scenarios of Itomori.

After completing his drawings, he goes on a trip to find her, only to be hit with the shocking truth about Itomori's state and as he finds Mitsuha's name in the records of fatalities and discovers the date of the disaster.

Hoping to reconnect with her body and warn her of the comet strike, Taki goes on to the Miyamizu shrine in the "Underworld" to drink Mitsuha's kuchikamizake.

Taki then went through a dream sequence with Mitsuha's braided cord as a connection. He sees most of her life in the dream, including the time where Mitsuha, having fallen in love with him, met his past self while trying to meet him personally, until moments before her death.

Taki desperately tells Mitsuha to escape before the comet struck, and before seeing the comet strike in the dream, Taki wakes up in Mitsuha's body, making him overjoyed.

He immediately goes out to convince Sayaka and Tessie to help evacuate the town by cutting the power and broadcasting a false emergency alert, but the plan fails.

Taki thinks that Mitsuha would be able to succeed, and when he realizes that since he had fallen asleep in the Miyzmizu shrine, Mitsuha should be in his body since they are switching places, and starts to make his way there.

Meanwhile, Mitsuha wakes up in Taki's body in the Miyamizu shrine. She is surprised and wonders what Taki was doing in the shrine, and goes up to the crater; Goshintai , where she sees half of Itomori gone.

She realizes that at that moment three years ago, she had died when the comet struck, making her horrified. When Taki reaches the crater as the sun set they sense each other's presence but were separated by their different timelines by three years.

Hopelessly, as they watch the sun go down, Mitsuha and Taki return to their own bodies and are placed within the same timeline, commenting that it is " Kataware-doki ".

It surprises them both deeply upon seeing one another in person for the first time. Mitsuha begins crying and Taki explains that he is just as happy to see her.

He details the process he had to go through to save her, including drinking her kuchikamizake , to which Mitsuha comments on Taki being a pervert.

She also calls him out for touching her chest and he quickly apologizes. Jokes aside, Mitsuha realizes that Taki still had her braided cord around his wrist.

Taki explains that he had kept it for three years from the first day they met, and gives it back to Mitsuha to wear.

After conversing, enjoying each other's company and treasuring their moments together, Taki explains to Mitsuha about his plan and that she has things to do.

Taki then suggests them to write each other's names on their hands so they would remember each other, to which she happily agrees to.

With Kataware-doki ending, Taki writes his name, but before Mitsuha can do the same, they are returned to their original timelines, with Mitsuha being sent back to to prevent the comet, and Taki to , trying not to forget Mitsuha's name.

Sad but hopeful about her situation with Taki, Mitsuha and Tessie continue with the plan set up by Taki; Tessie has set up explosives in a power plant so people would think that there was a fire, and would get the citizens to evacuate to Itomori High School for safety.

The plan is successful, and with Sayaka in the broadcasting room transmitting an evacuation warning, people start to proceed to the high school.

Meanwhile, Mitsuha and Tessie go to the festival and tell the remaining citizens to evacuate to the high school because of the explosion.

Because of their lack of time, Tessie calls out to Mitsuha, only to see her crying because she couldn't remember Taki's name. Tessie tells her to go persuade her father to rally the town since they wouldn't be able to evacuate all the citizens by themselves.

Mitsuha agrees and starts making her way to her father's office. However, their plan starts falling apart when Sayaka gets caught leading the broadcast and Mitsuha's father sends out a new broadcast ordering the citizens to stay put.

Undeterred, Mitsuha proceeds to run to her father's office. Along the way, she tries to remember Taki's name and realizing she forgot it, she sees as the comet breaks off and that tragedy is about to strike.

Dazed and exhausted, she trips on a rock and falls. Suddenly, she remembers that Taki had told her that they should write their names on each other's hands so they wouldn't forget each other's names.

To her surprise, he had not written his name, but "I love you" instead. Mitsuha begins crying and she comments that she wouldn't be able to remember his name with only his message.

This gives her the motivation to prevent the tragedy though, so she continues to her father's office. When she arrives there, her father is not very happy to see her.

Despite this, she walks up to him with a very determined look on her face. Moments later, the comet struck the town with most of it disappearing.

Subsequently, it is revealed that every resident survived the comet. This is because Mitsuha successfully convinced her father to evacuate all the citizens before the comet struck in the end.

Although she was ecstatic due to being able to prevent the accident, she felt as though the one she most wanted to celebrate with wasn't there with her.

Following the destruction of Itomori, Mitsuha has moved to Tokyo with her family members and friends.

By the time of , she is 25 years old, has graduated from university and been placed in a big company.

Mitsuha began attending Itomori High School around or , where she would often hang out with her best friends, Sayaka Natori and Katsuhiko Teshigawara.

Since Tessie is the son of Mitsuha's father's contractor, they were sometimes the subjects of teasing from their classmates.

Coming to school one day, Mitsuha is surprised to see that everyone is cautious of her and that she has strange notes in her notebook which were not written or drawn by her.

And when her teacher calls on her and Mitsuha replies, everyone comments if she knew her name today , all things making Mitsuha clueless.

Later on, her friends tell Mitsuha that the reason everyone acted oddly towards her is that she was acting like another person the day before, though she is normal today.

Mitsuha claims to be fine, but she comments that she did feel like she was dreaming of someone else's dream. After school, she strolls around in town with her friends and expresses her concerns about living in the small country-side Itomori, instead yearning to live in Tokyo once she graduated.

Several days later, Mitsuha and Yotsuha perform a public Miyamizu tradition where they make kuchikamizake , an ancient traditional way of creating sake involving chewing rice to intake yeast for fermentation, to which the sakes become "half" of the sisters.

However, during the ritual, her classmates were watching and making fun of her. This seems to be the last straw for Mitsuha's bottled feelings, as after the ritual, she exclaims to the Gods that she dislikes her life and her boring hometown, and instead wishes to live as a handsome Tokyo boy in her next life.

The next day, her wish is somewhat granted, as she wakes up in a teenage boy's body in Tokyo named Taki Tachibana.

Soon after, she realizes that they are switching bodies in their dreams, though Mitsuha is unaware that she was switching with Taki three years in the future, and that the Taki in her timeline didn't experience the switching and therefore didn't know who she was.

Mitsuha begins loving her life as Taki, where she treasures every moment. Although she feels as it is stressful at times due to Taki's part-time job at an Italian restaurant, she enjoys it either way and manages to get closer to Miki Okudera, Taki's crush.

They create rules to protect each other lifestyles and promises each other to leave reports as they communicate by writing messages on paper or their phones.

Although they are grateful towards each other at times for helping out in their respective lives, they also experience annoyance and bickering, often leaving insults on each other's skin.

One day, Mitsuha arranges a date between Taki and Okudera. She is happy for him, but the thought of them becoming a couple makes her cry as she had already fallen in love with him.

She then decides to go to Tokyo to find Taki and meet him in person. On her way there, she is having thoughts about how he would react when he would see her.

But when she tries to call him, it is to no avail, which makes Mitsuha hopeless and claim that they "could never meet".

However, Mitsuha is certain that if they really saw each other, they would know right away, and continued the whole day searching for him.

Following an unsuccessful attempt to find Taki, a tired Mitsuha is waiting for her train in the evening. She nervously looks up at him and waits for a reaction, only to be surprised that he doesn't notice her at all.

Mitsuha calls out to him and asks if he remembers her, but Taki bluntly asks her who she is. Mitsuha is saddened by his answer, and although she doesn't further her inquiries, she is certain it was Taki whom she switched bodies with.

When she arrives at her station, Mitsuha goes away without saying anything, only to be stopped by Taki asking for her name. She gives him her name as well as the braided cord she is wearing, which Taki would later wear as a good-luck charm.

When she returns, Mitsuha asks her grandmother to cut her hair due to her meeting with Taki. She then gets ready to attend the autumn festival, where the peak of the Comet Tiamat 's brightness would be visible.

Mitsuha, Sayaka, and Tessie go to an open area to watch the comet clearly. Suddenly, Mitsuha sees how the comet unexpectedly splits into two, and though the larger piece keeps moving, the smaller one crashes onto Earth and destroys the town.

In the process, it kills Mitsuha and most of the other Itomori residents. Three years later, Taki experienced the body-switching, though it was with the Mitsuha before the incident when she was alive.

Taki also had no idea about Itomori's state and that she had passed away. When Taki was on his date with Okudera that Mitsuha arranged, he sees a picture of Itomori at an exhibition and looks at it in awe.

He is then noted by Okudera that he is now in love with Mitsuha instead of her, whom he previously had a crush on.

Taki blushes and tries to deny this, indicating that these statements are true. After the date, Taki attempts to call Mitsuha and tell her about the disastrous date, but at the same time in Mitsuha's timeline, the comet struck and she perished.

Taki's switching with Mitsuha thereafter ceases, which leaves him in shock. Since he was unable to contact her in any way, Taki decides to meet her in person.

However, he didn't know the town's name so he solely relies on his memories of the town and draws different scenarios of Itomori.

After completing his drawings, he goes on a trip to find her, only to be hit with the shocking truth about Itomori's state and as he finds Mitsuha's name in the records of fatalities and discovers the date of the disaster.

Hoping to reconnect with her body and warn her of the comet strike, Taki goes on to the Miyamizu shrine in the "Underworld" to drink Mitsuha's kuchikamizake.

Taki then went through a dream sequence with Mitsuha's braided cord as a connection. He sees most of her life in the dream, including the time where Mitsuha, having fallen in love with him, met his past self while trying to meet him personally, until moments before her death.

Taki desperately tells Mitsuha to escape before the comet struck, and before seeing the comet strike in the dream, Taki wakes up in Mitsuha's body, making him overjoyed.

He immediately goes out to convince Sayaka and Tessie to help evacuate the town by cutting the power and broadcasting a false emergency alert, but the plan fails.

Taki thinks that Mitsuha would be able to succeed, and when he realizes that since he had fallen asleep in the Miyzmizu shrine, Mitsuha should be in his body since they are switching places, and starts to make his way there.

Meanwhile, Mitsuha wakes up in Taki's body in the Miyamizu shrine. She is surprised and wonders what Taki was doing in the shrine, and goes up to the crater; Goshintai , where she sees half of Itomori gone.

She realizes that at that moment three years ago, she had died when the comet struck, making her horrified. When Taki reaches the crater as the sun set they sense each other's presence but were separated by their different timelines by three years.

Hopelessly, as they watch the sun go down, Mitsuha and Taki return to their own bodies and are placed within the same timeline, commenting that it is " Kataware-doki ".

It surprises them both deeply upon seeing one another in person for the first time. Mitsuha begins crying and Taki explains that he is just as happy to see her.

He details the process he had to go through to save her, including drinking her kuchikamizake , to which Mitsuha comments on Taki being a pervert.

She also calls him out for touching her chest and he quickly apologizes. Jokes aside, Mitsuha realizes that Taki still had her braided cord around his wrist.

Taki explains that he had kept it for three years from the first day they met, and gives it back to Mitsuha to wear.

After conversing, enjoying each other's company and treasuring their moments together, Taki explains to Mitsuha about his plan and that she has things to do.

Taki then suggests them to write each other's names on their hands so they would remember each other, to which she happily agrees to.

With Kataware-doki ending, Taki writes his name, but before Mitsuha can do the same, they are returned to their original timelines, with Mitsuha being sent back to to prevent the comet, and Taki to , trying not to forget Mitsuha's name.

Sad but hopeful about her situation with Taki, Mitsuha and Tessie continue with the plan set up by Taki; Tessie has set up explosives in a power plant so people would think that there was a fire, and would get the citizens to evacuate to Itomori High School for safety.

The plan is successful, and with Sayaka in the broadcasting room transmitting an evacuation warning, people start to proceed to the high school.

Meanwhile, Mitsuha and Tessie go to the festival and tell the remaining citizens to evacuate to the high school because of the explosion.

Because of their lack of time, Tessie calls out to Mitsuha, only to see her crying because she couldn't remember Taki's name.

Tessie tells her to go persuade her father to rally the town since they wouldn't be able to evacuate all the citizens by themselves.

Mitsuha agrees and starts making her way to her father's office. However, their plan starts falling apart when Sayaka gets caught leading the broadcast and Mitsuha's father sends out a new broadcast ordering the citizens to stay put.

Undeterred, Mitsuha proceeds to run to her father's office. Along the way, she tries to remember Taki's name and realizing she forgot it, she sees as the comet breaks off and that tragedy is about to strike.

Dazed and exhausted, she trips on a rock and falls. Suddenly, she remembers that Taki had told her that they should write their names on each other's hands so they wouldn't forget each other's names.

To her surprise, he had not written his name, but "I love you" instead. Mitsuha begins crying and she comments that she wouldn't be able to remember his name with only his message.

This gives her the motivation to prevent the tragedy though, so she continues to her father's office. When she arrives there, her father is not very happy to see her.

Despite this, she walks up to him with a very determined look on her face. Moments later, the comet struck the town with most of it disappearing.

Subsequently, it is revealed that every resident survived the comet. For all supported applications you can configure different settings.

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