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Fruits Basket is an anime produced by Studio Deen in Japan. It is based on the manga written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya. Fruits Basket follows the story of cheerful high school student Tohru Honda. Through her kind and loving attitude, Tohru attempts to befriend and help each member of the strange and beautiful Sohma family.

After loosing her mother in a terrible car accident, Tohru is orphaned. Rather than becoming a burden on her grandfather, she decides to work part-time after school and live on her own in a tent in the woods. The property on which she ends up living belongs to the Sohma family. Although the Sohma family does not usually accept strangers and outsiders, they are struck by Tohru's charming personality. They immediately insist that she lives in their spacious home in exchange for cleaning and cooking.

Soon after moving in with Yuki, Kyo and Shigure Sohma, Tohru discovers why the Sohma family is so secretive. Thirteen members of the family are tormented by a rather unusual curse. Whenever a cursed family member is hugged by a member of the opposite gender, they transform into one of the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac. Tohru immediately promises to keep the Sohma family secret; however, unbeknownst to Tohru, the Sohma's curse has a much darker side.

The cursed members of the Sohma family are not free to pursue their own lives or even find happiness. Akito Sohma is the head of the Sohma family, and he is possessive of the cursed Sohmas. As a result, he manipulates and controls them to keep them close to him. However, there is even more darkness to the curse, involving Kyo and the 13th zodiac. Kyo is possessed by the cat spirit. The cat spirit was cruelly excluded from the Chinese zodiac and suffers more than any of the other zodiacs. Despite the unpleasant reality of the true curse, Tohru accepts the challenge to help heal the Sohma family, even if it means facing a monster.

Fruits Basket is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (66 episodes). The series first aired on July 5, 2001.

Fruits Basket is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Fruits Basket on demand atAmazon, Hulu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

TV Tokyo
4 Seasons, 66 Episodes
July 5, 2001
Anime Drama
7.9/10
Cast: Eric Vale, Laura Bailey, Yui Horie, Aya Hisakawa
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Fruits Basket Full Episode Guide

  • Isuzu, the zodiac Horse, is determined to make change and seeks out Shigure for some answers.

  • During their stay at the vacation house, Tohru and the Somas get exciting news and surprise visitors.

  • Mayuko goes down memory lane after getting a few visitors at her family bookstore.

  • Tohru and the Somas return from their trip and Kagura invites Kyo on a date for some serious talk.

  • What's better than winding down the summer with some fireworks? Tohru and the Somas plan to do just that as their trip comes to a close.

  • Kyo is summoned to join Akito at the annex along with the other zodiac members. How will Kyo cope with meeting Akito?

  • Isuzu leaves Kagura's house without explanation. At the same time, Akito is now at the vacation house. What is Akito planning?

  • During their stay at the vacation house, Tohru and the Somas get exciting news and surprise visitors.

  • Momiji convinces Tohru to join the Somas at their vacation house by the ocean for some fun in the sun.

  • Summer break has started and Tohru and the crew have some fun at the department store. Then, Uotani meets someone who reminds her of Tohru at work.

  • The students in class 2-D plan for their upcoming school trip. Meanwhile, Hatsuharu goes on a rampage, but nobody knows why.

  • After Ayame drops by Shigure's house, Yuki decides to visit Ayame's shop for the first time together with Tohru.

  • The students need to submit their career plan forms before summer break begins, but thought of the future brings a wave of anxiety along with it.

  • Motoko continues to fawn over Yuki from afar as he meets Kakeru Manabe and Machi Kuragi, an odd pair with quirky habits.