Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate (恋と選挙とチョコレートLove, Election & Chocolate), also known as KoiChoco is the Japanese drama romance anime TV series based on the Japanese adult visual novel developed by Sprite. A 12-episode anime television series, directed by Tōru Kitahata and produced by AIC Build and Aniplex, aired between July 6 and September 28, 2012 on TBS and BS-TBS.
Title: Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate Synonyms: Koichoco English: Love, Election & Chocolate Japanese: 恋と選挙とチョコレート Type: TV Episodes: 12 Premiered: July 6, 2012 Season: Summer 2012 Broadcast: Producers: Aniplex, Lantis, TBS, Magic Capsule Directed by: Kitahata Tooru Written by: Takayma Katsuhiko Music by: Elements Garden Studios: AIC Build Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks, MVM Entertainment Network: TBS, BS-TBS Genres: Drama, Romance, School Duration: 25 min. per ep. Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older Prequel: Sequel: Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate Special Others: Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate: Ikenai Hazuki-sensei Opening Theme: “Signal Graph (シグナルグラフ)” by Annabel Ending Theme: “Kaze no Naka no Primrose (風のなかのプリムローズ)” by Ceui
Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate Synopsis
In Japan, participation in extra-curricular activities is as fundamental a part of an education as chalk and gym shorts. However, not all students are overachievers, and for those like Yuki Ojima, groups like the Food Research Club are welcome havens in which to slack-off. But what’s a slacker to do when the radical new candidate for Student Council president announces her intent to get rid of clubs like the FRC? Well, getting the help of the current Student Council president is a good start, but HIS suggestion is so counter-intuitive that it’s crazy: Yuki should run for the Student Council himself? And yet, it’s SO crazy that it just might work! Especially when Chisato, the chocolate-adverse president of the FRC (and Yuki’s best childhood friend,) and members of other targeted school clubs start to join the swelling FRC army. But can this army of goofs and goof-offs coast all the way to political victory? Or will someone have to step up to the plate and take one for the team?
The public safety commission maintain security on campus, but they can’t possibly keep every part of this large school under control. So, they use less than admirable methods. They are called S-agents, to put simply, they are spies. Attending school as the normal students, they secretly keep an eye on other students and provide the public Safety Commission with intelligence. This system allows the commission to deal with issues before they develop into serious incidents. Once an S-agent complete their orientation and training, they are assigned to an officer. Oogibashi Kana was one of the agents, and the other one was Morishita Michiru.