We are giving you the ultimate and updated Cardcaptor Sakura Filler List and Filler Guide that covers all Cardcaptor Sakura Filler Episodes.
Cardcaptor Sakura Episode List
|1||Sakura and the Strange Magical Book||Manga Canon||1998-04-07|
|2||Sakura’s Wonderful Friend||Manga Canon||1998-04-14|
|3||Sakura’s Breathtaking First Date||Manga Canon||1998-04-21|
|4||Sakura’s Exhausting Sunday||Manga Canon||1998-04-28|
|5||Sakura, a Panda, and a Darling Little Store||Manga Canon||1998-05-05|
|6||Sakura and Memories of Her Mother||Manga Canon||1998-05-12|
|7||Sakura’s First Attempt as a Thief||Manga Canon||1998-05-19|
|8||Sakura’s Rival Appears||Manga Canon||1998-05-26|
|9||Sakura and the Mysterious Brooch||Manga Canon||1998-06-02|
|10||Sakura and the Sports Day of Flowers||Manga Canon||1998-06-16|
|11||Sakura, Tomoyo, and a Mansion||Manga Canon||1998-06-23|
|12||Sakura’s Neverending Day||Filler||1998-06-30|
|13||Sakura and the Elephant’s Test of Strength||Filler||1998-07-07|
|14||Sakura, Toya, and Cinderella||Filler||1998-07-14|
|15||Sakura and Kero’s Big Fight||Filler||1998-07-21|
|16||Sakura and the Rainbow of Memories||Manga Canon||1998-08-04|
|17||Sakura’s Scary Test of Courage||Manga Canon||1998-08-11|
|18||Sakura, Yukito, and the Summer Festival||Manga Canon||1998-08-18|
|19||Sakura and the Summer Holiday Homework||Filler||1998-09-01|
|20||Transfer Student vs. Sakura||Filler||1998-09-08|
|21||Sakura’s Long Marathon Race||Filler||1998-09-15|
|22||Sakura and Her Kind Father||Filler||1998-09-22|
|23||Sakura, Tomoyo, and the Wonderful Song||Filler||1998-09-29|
|24||Sakura’s Little Adventure||Filler||1998-10-06|
|25||Sakura and One More Sakura||Manga Canon||1998-10-13|
|26||Sakura and the Wonderful Teacher||Manga Canon||1998-10-20|
|27||Sakura and the Shrine of Memories||Filler||1998-10-27|
|28||Sakura and the Enchanted Cards||Filler||1998-11-03|
|29||Sakura’s Sweet Cooking||Filler||1998-11-10|
|30||Sakura and the Injured Card||Filler||1998-11-17|
|31||Sakura and the Nameless Book||Filler||1998-11-24|
|32||Sakura, Kero, and Syaoran||Filler||1998-12-01|
|33||Sakura’s Freezing Ice Skating||Filler||1998-12-15|
|34||Sakura, Yukito, and the Midday Moon||Filler||1998-12-22|
|35||Sakura’s Wonderful Christmas||Manga Canon||1998-12-29|
|36||Sakura and the Snowy New School Term||Filler||1999-04-06|
|37||Sakura and Tomoyo’s Lost Voice||Filler||1999-04-13|
|38||Sakura’s Fun Strawberry-Picking Adventure||Filler||1999-04-20|
|39||Sakura’s Dizzy Fever Day||Manga Canon||1999-04-27|
|40||Sakura and the Sakura from the Dream||Filler||1999-05-11|
|41||Sakura, Syaoran, and the Sea of Sand||Manga Canon||1999-05-18|
|42||Sakura and the Blacked Out School Festival||Manga Canon||1999-05-25|
|43||Sakura and Farewell to Meilin||Filler||1999-06-01|
|44||Sakura, Kero, and the Mysterious Teacher||Manga Canon||1999-06-08|
|45||Sakura and the Final Clow Card||Manga Canon||1999-06-15|
|46||Sakura and the Final Judgement||Manga Canon||1999-06-22|
|47||Sakura and the Mysterious Transfer Student||Manga Canon||1999-09-07|
|48||Sakura and the Awakened Star Key||Manga Canon||1999-09-14|
|49||Sakura and the Dangerous Piano||Manga Canon||1999-09-21|
|50||Sakura, Syaoran, and the Invisible Thread||Manga Canon||1999-09-28|
|51||Sakura and the Big Teddy Bear||Manga Canon||1999-10-05|
|52||Sakura’s Sheep Warning||Manga Canon||1999-10-12|
|53||Sakura and the Panicky Bike||Filler||1999-10-19|
|54||Sakura and the Calendar of Memories||Manga Canon||1999-10-26|
|55||Sakura and Sakura from Wonderland||Filler||1999-11-02|
|56||Sakura, Kero, and the Sweet Meeting||Filler||1999-11-09|
|57||Sakura, Syaoran, and the Elevator||Filler||1999-11-16|
|58||Sakura and Double Trouble||Filler||1999-11-30|
|59||Sakura, Tomoyo, and the Ball Trap||Manga Canon||1999-12-07|
|60||Sakura and the Precious Friend||Filler||1999-12-14|
|61||Sakura, the Cards, and the Presents||Filler||1999-12-21|
|62||Sakura and the Mysterious Fortune||Filler||2000-01-04|
|63||Sakura, the Pool, and the Huge Wave||Filler||2000-01-11|
|64||Sakura and the Snowy Ski Class||Filler||2000-01-18|
|65||Sakura, Yukito, and the Vanishing Power||Manga Canon||2000-02-15|
|66||The Person Sakura Likes the Most||Manga Canon||2000-02-22|
|67||Sakura, Syaoran, and the Tsukimine Shrine||Manga Canon||2000-02-29|
|68||Sakura, the Past, and Clow Reed||Manga Canon||2000-03-07|
|69||Sakura Meets Clow Reed||Manga Canon||2000-03-14|
|70||Sakura and Her True Feelings||Manga Canon||2000-03-21|
|71||Sakura and the Two Bears||Manga Canon||2017-09-13|
|72||Sakura and the Clear Cards||Manga Canon||2018-01-07|
|73||Sakura and the Room with No Exit||Manga Canon||2018-01-14|
|74||Sakura’s Heavy Rain Alert||Manga Canon||2018-01-21|
|75||Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student||Manga Canon||2018-01-28|
|76||Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing||Manga Canon||2018-02-04|
|77||Sakura, the Rabbit and the Song of the Moon||Manga Canon||2018-02-11|
|78||Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden||Manga Canon||2018-02-18|
|79||Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game||Manga Canon||2018-02-25|
|80||Sakura’s Thrilling Aquarium Visit||Manga Canon||2018-03-04|
|81||Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth||Manga Canon||2018-03-11|
|82||Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin||Manga Canon||2018-03-18|
|83||Sakura and the Ice Ball-Sports Tournament||Manga Canon||2018-03-25|
|84||Sakura and the “I’m Back” Meiling||Manga Canon||2018-04-08|
|85||Sakura, the Shrine and the Zoo?||Manga Canon||2018-04-15|
|86||Sakura’s Nostalgic Viewing Party||Manga Canon||2018-04-22|
|87||Sakura and Meiling’s Friend||Manga Canon||2018-04-29|
|88||Sakura and the Crazy Sweets||Manga Canon||2018-05-06|
|89||Sakura, the Fire and Water Bird||Manga Canon||2018-05-13|
|90||Sakura and Akiho’s Lullaby||Manga Canon||2018-05-20|
|91||Sakura, Rainbows, and Grandpa||Manga Canon||2018-05-27|
|92||Sakura, the Mirror and the Key of Memories||Manga Canon||2018-06-03|
|93||Sakura’s Clear Cards||Manga Canon||2018-06-10|
What Is Cardcaptor Sakura Filler List?
Cardcaptor Sakura anime filler list is an amazing anime series. The anime has beautiful graphics, good characters, and a nice story.
Cardcaptor Sakura anime filler list is a classic. It is one of those animations that anyone, regardless of age and gender, will enjoy. The story is actually filled with lots of humor and romance, despite being a traditional magical anime.
There’s not a lot of drama and each character faces repeated difficulties. However, that is the true magic of the Cardcaptor Sakura filler list.
Cardcaptor Sakura is a shōjo manga series from Japan, a story written by the Clamp manga group. Originally, it was digitized from May 1996 to June 2000 in Nakayoshi.
The manga was released in 12 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha between November 1996 and July 2000. There is a trend of foreshadowing and visions as the series continues.
All this leads to an odd end. Cardcaptor Sakura, like Magic Knight Rayearth, is like a new take on an old genre. Sakura Kinomoto is the female lead. She is a fictional character of Cardcaptor Sakura’s manga series CLAMP.
Sakura is introduced as a 10-year-old girl who lives in Japan’s town of Tomoeda. In this town, she attends Tomoeda Elementary School during the Clow Card Arc and Sakura Card Arc story-line.
Sakura comes upon the book Clow Cards from the library. Her best friends are Tomoyo and Kerberos. They are the protector of the cards. It is now up to Sakura to catch both of them, accidentally setting the magical cards free.
The series starts as a basic comic for girls in the genre of magical girls. A 10-year-old, 4th grader girl, Sakura Kinomoto, opens a mysterious book.
She accidentally releases the magical Clow Cards. This all happens in her family’s basement.
Sakura discovers that she was born with magical powers through her ability to open the seal. Now, it becomes her duty to recover the missing cards.
The job includes finding each card fighting against its magical personification, and sealing it away.
She is helped by Cerberus, the Beast of the Seal assigned to secure the cards. He was asleep when Sakura opened the Clow Book.
Kero, for the majority of the series is in his “borrowed” shape, similar to a soft toy. He guides Sakura as she learns her Cardcaptor abilities.
He provides her with the Key of the Seal in the first episode. This enables her to catch and seal the Clow Cards.
The show is a really enjoyable one. It’s a very quick watch that manages to be entertaining.
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