Hi boys and girls, Saoen here.

This is a really good episode of Itazura na Kiss here, I watched it three times it was soo good. After watching this I want to become a doctor so chicks dig me, wish me luck!
So without further ado here is episode 12.

Download (h264) – Bittorrent

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  1. Kaju
    2:06 am on June 30th, 2008

    Thank you for the fast release.

  2. urukuz
    2:32 am on June 30th, 2008


  3. Skiller
    3:07 am on June 30th, 2008

    Thanks for the release – great work!!

  4. cca
    3:10 am on June 30th, 2008

    thx for the release, just a suggestion, it’s a good idea to post the torrent in Tokyo Tosho usually 😉

  5. Negi-kun
    4:03 am on June 30th, 2008

    Domo arigato gozaimashita! Thanks for a great release. I love this series and the hard work the staff puts into each and every episode is very much appreciated!

  6. tun
    5:22 am on June 30th, 2008

    @cca: that’s what happens when Saoen releases it.

  7. Roy
    5:32 am on June 30th, 2008

    Could you include more trackers in your releases?
    The anirena tracker doesn’t work work for me and a lot others too, so if you can help, pleases do.

  8. Thanks for your hard work, great episode.

  9. Miro
    7:26 am on June 30th, 2008

    10x 4 da release
    & Good luck in becoming a doctor I heard its easy as pie

  10. Mijerin
    8:46 am on June 30th, 2008

    omg 😀
    Am I the only one who got crakced up when they were speaking english? Esspecially when she was supposed to be a hollywood actress >

  11. Miro
    9:45 am on June 30th, 2008

    @ Mijerin
    A royalblood. And her mom is a hollywood actress.
    That’s a Jap who speeks perfect Engrish. Genkai da :))

  12. DD
    9:47 am on June 30th, 2008

    I didn’t have volume on while I watched it.. I missed the entire English conversation, the only part I could actually understand myself.. lol

    Thx for subs

  13. Flash Gordon
    10:19 am on June 30th, 2008

    Awesome episode, engrish and all.

  14. Lanz16
    11:25 am on June 30th, 2008

    Thanks for the latest InK episode!

  15. Saoen
    11:38 am on June 30th, 2008

    @cca: I stayed up till 3 am to release this for you guys but ppl still bust my nuts T_T

    A sad day indeed.

  16. Cheebs
    11:47 am on June 30th, 2008

    Thanks so much for the next episode of itakiss~ You guys are awesome.

  17. Kai
    12:42 pm on June 30th, 2008


    I loved the manga so much, and the tv series, and now the anime!!! Thanks for doing such an awesome job!!

  18. GJdan
    12:57 pm on June 30th, 2008

    ahhhaha that english voice acting was painful

  19. Thanks so much for yet another release!^^

  20. dustc
    3:49 pm on June 30th, 2008

    @ post 10:
    You’re not the only one.

    You guys should’ve subbed the English parts too! :p I barely understood any of it.

  21. tripledouble
    5:41 pm on June 30th, 2008

    How hard could it be to find someone that can speak decent English?

  22. Tal
    6:44 pm on June 30th, 2008

    It isn’t worth the trouble of finding such a speaker when your target audience largely can’t tell the difference or doesn’t care.

    Here’s an example: in HBO’s John Adams mini-series there’s a part where Benjamin Franklin speaks French, saying “Je veux parler avec mon ami.” The way the actor says it is the most grating, god-awful American French I have heard in years. It’s clear that the actor speaks no French and was coached (poorly) on how to say the line. Now let’s say somebody asked the exact same question you just did: “is it that hard for HBO to find someone who can actually speak French?” No, of course not! But it’s just not worth it. Yes, the trouble is small, but even small trouble is still trouble. Which makes it worse than zero trouble. HBO’s target audience was an American public who either knew no French or could forgive the actor’s shitty French. So the choice was clear: have the actor say the line (poorly) rather than bring in a French guy, have him say it, and ask the editing team to splice it in in post-production.

    Same exact situation here, only now it’s Japanese otaku, a seiyuu, and English.

  23. EGS
    7:03 pm on June 30th, 2008

    Thanks as always for the subs!

    The English speaking cracked me up, though. They…sounded…like…robots… And it took a few times to figure out that the girl said “caterpillar.” Lol

  24. .
    7:16 pm on June 30th, 2008

    I love you guys, thanks.

  25. Maya
    9:16 pm on June 30th, 2008

    thanks a lot, guys 🙂

  26. Sigyn
    9:19 pm on June 30th, 2008

    LOL XP I have not seen the episode yet, but by your posts I can tell its going to be GOOOOOOOOD!!!!

    Thanks you guys 🙂 I sure do appreciate the hard work you do!

    Keep it coming!

  27. FSM
    9:19 pm on June 30th, 2008

    Why did the American girl remind me of her?

    Same seiyuu?

    Anyway, English is my 4th language and I had no trouble understanding what they were saying.

    Thanks for Ita12. It was really a good episode but GODDAMN CLIFFHANGER (again)!

  28. cca
    12:08 am on July 1st, 2008

    I only stated something that seemed obvious to me, most ppl check sites like tokyotosho rather than homepages. Please do not feel underappreciated, your efforts and everyone in this group are really greatly appreciated by me and many others. Peace.

  29. Siba
    5:06 am on July 1st, 2008

    Yay omg how exciting! 😀
    Thank you so much! ^_^

  30. Saoen
    7:49 pm on July 1st, 2008


    Well said lol.

    Actually I didnt even think about posting to tokyotosho, I rarely use it myself so it didnt come to mind.