We hope you’ve enjoyed the first episode of ItaKiss. The second episode was really good in my opinion. Kotoko is adjusting to her new life and wants to get back at Irie for being so cold-hearted. And is ItaKiss the only pure romance series of the season?

v2 – Corrected timing and TS errors.
– Changed ‘dinner’ to something else. It is unfortunate that ‘supper’ does universally mean the last meal of the day. However, that last meal of the day could also very well be dinner. Since different people have different meal times, the word ‘supper’ apparently means different things to different people. In America, that meaning seems to have gotten lost. And thus people use ‘snack’. OMG!

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  1. kamui
    6:07 pm on April 12th, 2008

    cool!thanks guys looking forward 4 Special A 😀

  2. kamui
    6:12 pm on April 12th, 2008

    & Itanazura Kiss Ofcourse:-D

  3. Cheers for this guys. Really enjoying the series. ^^

  4. Kon
    7:08 pm on April 12th, 2008

    Thanks again for another sub. Really enjoying this show.

  5. desi
    7:47 pm on April 12th, 2008

    Thank you so much! Thank you for picking up this series, and I hope you’ll continue it! ^_^

  6. thechensta
    8:33 pm on April 12th, 2008

    lol… what a cute picture of Irei

  7. Scorched
    8:42 pm on April 12th, 2008

    I use supper as the word for the meal at night and I live in America (morning = breakfast, midday = dinner, night = supper). I think it’s more of a 50% thing, some people use the word supper and some don’t. Of course I could just be an oddball.

    Anyway thanks for the episode, I look forward to watching it.

  8. dead
    12:47 am on April 13th, 2008

    @7 whoa you are an oddball, lol jk, i personally use breakfast, lunch, dinner, im sure different ppl have different terms. thx for the release

  9. kenny
    3:12 am on April 13th, 2008

    Great episode! ty m33ws!

  10. noname
    3:17 am on April 13th, 2008

    Thanks for this episode, enjoyed it a lot

  11. Wija-chan
    7:36 am on April 13th, 2008

    Wow! Second episode’s fast! ^[]^
    The first epi took four/three days before you released it. :’D
    Nice! Thanks m.3.3.w ^_^
    I’ll be waiting for the second epi of Special A soon. (The epi’s out today anyway. x’3)

  12. Amethyst
    8:29 am on April 13th, 2008

    I’ve noticed that most of the Spring Season anime are romance but they seem to be more ecchi comedy than romance. Hopefully next season will give us a whole lot of Romance/Shoujo rather than all the fox-god stuff they gave us this season.

    I can’t belive how quickly you got that v2 out speed subbing is one thing but thats insane! good work guys!

  13. gloinunit
    8:46 am on April 13th, 2008

    breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner, snack

  14. Nameless
    8:59 am on April 13th, 2008

    umm why not just release the srt files if doing a version 2? the mkv already has softsubs.

  15. xess
    9:03 am on April 13th, 2008

    The major error was in the typesetting positioning and timing. Those are hardcoded

  16. thank you so much,for subbing Itazura na Kiss 🙂

  17. Deathgray
    9:21 am on April 13th, 2008

    Thx for the quick relese of Itazura na Kiss ….as always you are doing a great job.

  18. Nameless
    9:51 am on April 13th, 2008

    ahh thanks for the fast reply xess. anyways i also dont see any other pure love romance series other than this one. just more loli/ecchi/harem @_@

  19. IPRFenix
    10:29 am on April 13th, 2008

    Well in America, as far as (all of the) meal times and names go (depending on peoples schedules times can differ, but this should be acceptable)…
    Breakfast – The first meal of the day – usually eaten between 4am and 10am.
    Brunch (sort of a fake meal name, not used as often now, but was very commen in the previous generation. Though it IS still used) – The “meal” that is either eaten between breakfast and lunch, or eaten entirely in place of both breakfast and lunch – generally eaten between 9am-1pm
    Lunch – The second meal of the day, or the meal eaten in the middle of the day – usually eaten between 10am-3pm.
    Dinner – The third meal of the day, or the meal eaten in the beggining to middle of the evening – usually eaten between 4pm and 8pm.
    Supper – =Dinner, I’ve never in my life heard supper refered to as having a different meaning than dinner. However I can see it being acceptable as being the meal eaten during or slightly after dinner time. Supper is not “literally” “the last meal” of the day. But could be casually seen that way I soppose. Eaten 5pm-10pm?
    Snack – quite literally meaning to eat a small or large portion of “junk food” compltely regardless of when its being eaten, or to eat a small amount of normal/casual/nonjunk food between any of the meals.

    This is how it is in most of the northern states. Could be slightly different in the south?

  20. xess
    11:12 am on April 13th, 2008

    Yes, I was rather taken aback when I found out that supper lost its meaning in the states. It is very unusual to say the least. I never liked the word ‘snack’ because it has a very junk food feel to it. There seems to be a huge void in the name for a meal after dinner. I suppose I was just extremely annoyed at the fact that such a perfect word for the situation cannot be use because the meaning is different in a certain portion of the world.

    This sort of reminds me of the word ‘hamburger’ and how people mistakenly believed that it comes from the words ‘ham’ and ‘burger’, when in fact it comes from the words ‘Hamburg’ and ‘-er’. People don’t seem to get frankfurter and wiener wrong though. Poor folks from Hamburg.

  21. Lost-Wisdom
    11:26 am on April 13th, 2008

    Thank you!

  22. IPRFenix
    2:34 pm on April 13th, 2008

    Hmm.. after watching both versions of the episode to see the difference, I could have honestly seen anything from dinner, food, refreshments, snack, and even supper as being acceptable to the context of what was going on. I don’t know which would have been the more/most literal translation of what was said, but given the context any of those words wouldn’t have seemed incorrect.

    Though snack probably would have been the best word to use, despite its heavy junk food association. Mostly because the plate appeared to consist of two sandwiches and drinks (one for each), which is hardly a “meal” by any means. Plus it isn’t quite clear at which time it is anyway, other than the implied late evening.

  23. xess
    2:49 pm on April 13th, 2008

    Oh, actually the time was shown. The clock was pointing to 1AM. The Japanese word used was yashoku(H), which means night + meal/food.

  24. nefy
    3:04 pm on April 13th, 2008

    I liked Special A so mch that I cannot wait for you to release the 2nd episode… waahh!!!! need the 2nd episode.. hehe

  25. CP
    4:30 pm on April 13th, 2008


  26. how come the torrents doesnt appear to be in your torrent website anymore in http://m.3.3.w.fansub-torrents.com/

  27. Amethyst
    6:27 pm on April 13th, 2008

    Geez I guess America is just trying to be different again. In both Europe and Australia a meal after dinner is referred to as supper. Why does America have to be different?

  28. Autonomous
    7:11 pm on April 13th, 2008

    From Scotland here, and I don’t think I’ve ever heard someone use “supper” to refer to the evening meal (“fish supper”, well, yeah- it’s fucking Scotland). Perhaps it’s a class thing?

  29. Zomb1e13
    7:14 pm on April 13th, 2008

    @IPRFenix Where I’m from in the south both mean the same thing as well, though we use supper more often being that when someone says dinner it’s normally a formal “supper”

  30. Wong Casandra
    12:55 am on April 14th, 2008

    Is Itazura Na Kiss shown every 5 days or 7 in Japan? Just curious to know, since the 2nd ep was broadcasted 5 days after the 1st.

  31. dustc
    4:49 pm on April 14th, 2008

    I think you mean m33w released it 5 days after the first epi, right?
    They just released ep 1 late(r than they usually would).

  32. Miro
    4:15 pm on April 15th, 2008

    Was that the only error, your reason for releasing a v2? Why bother? Why not just leave a note for those who are interested?
    That sounded a tad ungrateful.
    About dinner/supper: English isnt really my mother tongue but all the wasted time watching American movies left me with the impresion dinner=supper. But every place has its own dialect so its no surprise.

  33. mika
    7:52 pm on April 15th, 2008

    Itazura na Kiss had a Taiwanese drama version called It Started with a Kiss (ISWAK), which was done before the anime. i didn’t like the drama too much, but it might be a bit different from the anime. i’m not sure if i should watch the anime, since i already know the story =|

  34. lumicat
    12:10 am on April 16th, 2008

    I didn’t know that there was anime made. I’ve read the manga. Watched both JP (9eps) and TW (30eps) dramas. This is a classic. I can’t wait to watch more. Great job on subbing it as well. I’m gonna keep watching this to see how this version ends.

  35. Lost-Wisdom
    4:38 pm on April 19th, 2008

    This episode was really good, it showed development with the Naoki and the Kotoko. They really look well together.

    Hopefully in the end of the series, Naoki will finally realized it.