Rinka and Klist for their FAQs, which were instrumental in us not getting lost playing the game.
LostGirlChan for her pictures guide in which we learnt of the sexy duster smirk.
Mirocat also for her FAQ.
Sepia, for scanning in the beautiful pictures in the artbook for the internet world to enjoy.
Nazzy for the support and suggesting the fan section.
Kaishi for hosting our site and adobe photoshop so we can edit pictures.
M.A.G.E for first introducing us to Tokimeki.
Charlene for helping translate some Japanese during crucial points of the game.
Meli's mum for buying the game and the PS2.
Gummibear's dad for buying the TokiMemo GS Official Guidebook.
Konami for the game and Sony for the Playstation 2.
Everyone who helped us in making this site possible but we didn't mention, because we still love you anyway, and everyone reading this site, because you make us feel loved. :)
This site was planned shortly after we first found out about Tokimeki Memorial: Girl's Side but we finally started working on it in late October 2003. It is still in progress, but we hope to complete it by end of
20042006, now (ha).
The site was titled Utsukushiki Sekai after names like The Best Tokimemo Site Ever!!, Kill Kei Klan and Heil Himuro! were discarded for blatant reasons. The name comes from TokiMemo Gs's ending song and means 'Beautiful World'.
We were previously here with most of our files hosted by graffiti.net then from 1st July 04, we were hosted by our darling friend Kaishi till sometime around Feb 2005, when we got our own server and since then we've been here!
After our usual inane tussle over suitable sub-domain names (kill-kei-klan, tbtmgsse - the best tokimemo girl's side site ever) we finally settled on habataki because the game revolves around the setting of Habakaki City and Habataki High, and without it the game just wouldn't be the same (just like our site!).
As for the layout, it was created after a rather fruitless search for a sizeable image of the TokiMemo GS box cover (stained glass on white background) yielded nothing.
Instead, I chanced upon a desktop layout using another picture of the stained glass and with a little help from Photoshop, the layout became as you see it! The clovers were put in because it's symbolic of TokiMemo GS (it means 'be mine').
The one who writes the information
Name: fireylight (meli)
Fav Toki Guy/Why: Kazuma! Kyo-like (Fruits Basket) and bish to boot.
Fav Toki Girl/Why: Natsumi, because she's cute... ^^
Other interests: Sleeping, napping, dozing.
The one who maintains the site
Fav Toki Guy/Why: Himuro-sensei. Because I love Koyasu Takehito's voice! And he has the Sexy Duster Smirk!! Kazuma's cute too...
Fav Toki Girl/Why: Konno Tamami. Because she's sweet and playing badminton is fun!
Other interests: Manga, anime, music, writing, slacking.