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List Of Aria Episodes - Episodes - Aria The Natural (season 2)
... The second season of Aria of 26 episodes was broadcast on TV Tokyo Network stations and AT-X from 2 April 2006 to 24 September 2006 ... for Neo-Venezia's Carnevale, she helps out at Aria Company ... Before the festival starts, she sees President Aria leave by himself, and Akari tells her he'll be gone for the duration ...
Aria (manga) - Main Characters - Aria Company
... Aria Company is a very small water-guide company, with only two employees ... Its uniforms are lined with blue, and its president (and namesake) is Aria Pokoteng ... backwards and has to relearn the proper method when she starts at Aria Company however, as Alicia puts it, "When rowing backward, Akari-chan is unrivaled!" Most chapters of the manga and episodes of the anime are ...
List Of Aria Episodes - Episodes - Aria The Animation (season 1)
... The first season of Aria consisted of 13 episodes broadcast on TV Tokyo Network stations from 6 October 2005 to 29 December 2005 ... 6 October 2005 A young girl, Ai, arrives at Aria Company and demands that Akari give her a gondola tour of the city of Neo-Venezia ... When President Aria, the company president and mascot, falls overboard and drifts out into the bay, Akari rows after him but he is saved instead by Alicia ...
List Of Aria Chapters - Chapters and Volumes - Aria
... When Aika helps clean Aria Company's gondolas, she is annoyed by Akari's slowness as she stops to look at rainbows in a water spray or an oily puddle, but ... A series of single-page comics depict episodes in President Aria's daily life ... gives her a jasmine flower before revealing he is Cait Sith and President Aria is one of his attendants ...

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