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Cardcaptor Sakura Filler List

Cardcaptor-Sakura
Image: Madhouse

If you are into some super magical fun with crazy fights and extremely lovable and sweet characters, then Cardcaptor Sakura is definitely the show for you. Running from 1988-2000, the show’s creators released 70 of its episodes before the anime caught up to the manga. However, its fans were left disheartened when the series didn’t continue until it did! That’s right, Cardcaptor Sakura returned on the screens once again to captivate the magical cards and the heart of the audience after almost 18 years of its completion. Season 2 of the series was titled “Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card” and continues the story from the 1998 version. “Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear card” also had a successful run and released 23 more episodes. Giving a proper farewell to the lovable series. Therefore, if you’re looking to watch something enjoyable and interesting, don’t wait anymore and start watching Cardcaptor Sakura now!

Writer Clamp
Studio Madhouse
Original Run April 7, 1998 –June 10, 2018
Episodes 93
Filler(%) 35%

A Brief Introduction To The Plot

Cardcaptor-Sakura

Image: Madhouse

The show’s story takes place in the fictional town of Tomoeda, located somewhere along with Tokyo. The series’s protagonist is the 10-year-old  Sakura Kinomoto living a normal life with her widowed father and her elder brother. However, Sakura’s ordinary life completely changes when she accidentally opens the sealed set of magical cards known as Clow Cards in her basement made by the sorcerer Clow reed. Each card possesses different strengths and abilities and has a unique aspect about them. To guide through exactly what the meaning of having magical cards really mean, the guarding card named Cerberus emerges from the book and explains to Sakura that no ordinary human could have opened the seal of the magical cards and that she was able to do so because Sakura possesses magic.

Therefore, now becoming her ultimate guide, Cerberus helps sakura in collecting various magical cards. However, before collecting the cards, she must defeat the card in battle through wit or grit. Throughout her entire adventure, Sakura is supported by her best friend and cousin  Tomoyo Daidouji and is constantly watched over by her elder brother, who pretends not to know anything.

It is the dynamic between all the different characters and Sakura’s journey to collect all the magical cards, making it one of the best fantasy/magical shows to watch.

Cardcaptor Sakura Filler List

Cardcaptor-Sakura

Image: Madhouse

Releasing over 93 episodes in 20 years, Cardcaptor Sakura is by no means a small anime, and although it is entertaining to watch, it has its shortcomings: FILLERS! Out of 93 episodes, almost 33 are fillers, making its filler percent a bit high. Therefore we have created an ultimate guide for you to glide over the unnecessary episodes and watch the series without any interruptions.

Cardcaptor Sakura Manga Canon Episodes List

Manga Canon Episodes:
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Cardcaptor Sakura Filler Episodes List

Filler Episodes:
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Cardcaptor Sakura Episode List

# Title Type
1 Sakura and the Strange Magical Book MANGA CANON
2 Sakura’s Wonderful Friend MANGA CANON
3 Sakura’s Breathtaking First Date MANGA CANON
4 Sakura’s Exhausting Sunday MANGA CANON
5 Sakura, a Panda, and a Darling Little Store MANGA CANON
6 Sakura and Memories of Her Mother MANGA CANON
7 Sakura’s First Attempt as a Thief MANGA CANON
8 Sakura’s Rival Appears MANGA CANON
9 Sakura and the Mysterious Brooch MANGA CANON
10 Sakura and the Sports Day of Flowers MANGA CANON
11 Sakura, Tomoyo, and a Mansion MANGA CANON
12 Sakura’s Neverending Day FILLER
13 Sakura and the Elephant’s Test of Strength FILLER
14 Sakura, Toya, and Cinderella FILLER
15 Sakura and Kero’s Big Fight FILLER
16 Sakura and the Rainbow of Memories MANGA CANON
17 Sakura’s Scary Test of Courage MANGA CANON
18 Sakura, Yukito, and the Summer Festival MANGA CANON
19 Sakura and the Summer Holiday Homework FILLER
20 Transfer Student vs. Sakura FILLER
21 Sakura’s Long Marathon Race FILLER
22 Sakura and Her Kind Father FILLER
23 Sakura, Tomoyo, and the Wonderful Song FILLER
24 Sakura’s Little Adventure FILLER
25 Sakura and One More Sakura MANGA CANON
26 Sakura and the Wonderful Teacher MANGA CANON
27 Sakura and the Shrine of Memories FILLER
28 Sakura and the Enchanted Cards FILLER
29 Sakura’s Sweet Cooking FILLER
30 Sakura and the Injured Card FILLER
31 Sakura and the Nameless Book FILLER
32 Sakura, Kero, and Syaoran FILLER
33 Sakura’s Freezing Ice Skating FILLER
34 Sakura, Yukito, and the Midday Moon FILLER
35 Sakura’s Wonderful Christmas MANGA CANON
36 Sakura and the Snowy New School Term FILLER
37 Sakura and Tomoyo’s Lost Voice FILLER
38 Sakura’s Fun Strawberry-Picking Adventure FILLER
39 Sakura’s Dizzy Fever Day MANGA CANON
40 Sakura and the Sakura from the Dream FILLER
41 Sakura, Syaoran, and the Sea of Sand MANGA CANON
42 Sakura and the Blacked Out School Festival MANGA CANON
43 Sakura and Farewell to Meilin FILLER
44 Sakura, Kero, and the Mysterious Teacher MANGA CANON
45 Sakura and the Final Clow Card MANGA CANON
46 Sakura and the Final Judgement MANGA CANON
47 Sakura and the Mysterious Transfer Student MANGA CANON
48 Sakura and the Awakened Star Key MANGA CANON
49 Sakura and the Dangerous Piano MANGA CANON
50 Sakura, Syaoran, and the Invisible Thread MANGA CANON
51 Sakura and the Big Teddy Bear MANGA CANON
52 Sakura’s Sheep Warning MANGA CANON
53 Sakura and the Panicky Bike FILLER
54 Sakura and the Calendar of Memories MANGA CANON
55 Sakura and Sakura from Wonderland FILLER
56 Sakura, Kero, and the Sweet Meeting FILLER
57 Sakura, Syaoran, and the Elevator FILLER
58 Sakura and Double Trouble FILLER
59 Sakura, Tomoyo, and the Ball Trap MANGA CANON
60 Sakura and the Precious Friend FILLER
61 Sakura, the Cards, and the Presents FILLER
62 Sakura and the Mysterious Fortune FILLER
63 Sakura, the Pool, and the Huge Wave FILLER
64 Sakura and the Snowy Ski Class FILLER
65 Sakura, Yukito, and the Vanishing Power MANGA CANON
66 The Person Sakura Likes the Most MANGA CANON
67 Sakura, Syaoran, and the Tsukimine Shrine MANGA CANON
68 Sakura, the Past, and Clow Reed MANGA CANON
69 Sakura Meets Clow Reed MANGA CANON
70 Sakura and Her True Feelings MANGA CANON
71 Sakura and the Two Bears MANGA CANON
72 Sakura and the Clear Cards MANGA CANON
73 Sakura and the Room with No Exit MANGA CANON
74 Sakura’s Heavy Rain Alert MANGA CANON
75 Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student MANGA CANON
76 Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing MANGA CANON
77 Sakura, the Rabbit and the Song of the Moon MANGA CANON
78 Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden MANGA CANON
79 Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game MANGA CANON
80 Sakura’s Thrilling Aquarium Visit MANGA CANON
81 Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth MANGA CANON
82 Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin MANGA CANON
83 Sakura and the Ice Ball-Sports Tournament MANGA CANON
84 Sakura and the “I’m Back” Meiling MANGA CANON
85 Sakura, the Shrine, and the Zoo? MANGA CANON
86 Sakura’s Nostalgic Viewing Party MANGA CANON
87 Sakura and Meiling’s Friend MANGA CANON
88 Sakura and the Crazy Sweets MANGA CANON
89 Sakura, the Fire and Water Bird MANGA CANON
90 Sakura and Akiho’s Lullaby MANGA CANON
91 Sakura, Rainbows, and Grandpa MANGA CANON
92 Sakura, the Mirror and the Key of Memories MANGA CANON
93 Sakura’s Clear Cards MANGA CANON

Where To Watch

If you’re planning to binge-watch this amazing series, then you can watch all the episodes of Cardcaptor Sakura and Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card in both English Sub/Dub for absolutely free on websites like Crunchyroll and Viz Media. Also, make sure to check out its trailer to find out what the show is really all about.

 

Drishti Jain
Written By

An avid science lover with a dream to one day become a popular scientist. I began watching anime when I was 13, my friends forced me to watch attack on titans and from then, there was no turning back. I love watching anime more than anything and I can proudly say that without anime I have no life.