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New Japan Pro Wrestling - Netflix

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New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) is the largest professional wrestling promotion in Japan and the second largest promotion in the world.

New Japan Pro Wrestling - Netflix

Type: Sports

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-04

New Japan Pro Wrestling - List of New Japan Pro-Wrestling personnel - Netflix

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (新日本プロレス, Shin Nihon Puroresu) (NJPW), is a Japanese professional wrestling promotion based in Nakano, Tokyo. New Japan Pro-Wrestling personnel consists of professional wrestlers, managers, play-by-play and color commentators, ring announcers, interviewers, referees, trainers, producers, script writers, and various other positions. Executives and board members are also listed. New Japan Pro-Wrestling contracts typically range from full-time contracts to freelancer deals. Personnel appear on live events which are televised on their streaming service, NJPW World. Personnel is organized below by their role in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Their ring name is on the left and their real name is on the right. If someone is inactive for any reason, due to injury, suspension, not appearing in more than 30 days, or otherwise, that information is noted.

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Chousoku Henkei Gyrozetter - Netflix

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In 21st century Japan, cars with artificial intelligence for increased safety, known as "A.I. cars," have revolutionized the car industry. Special schools teaching children driving A.I. cars have been established. One day, Kakeru Todoroki, a fifth grader of Arcadia Academy, was summoned by the school principal and given an A.I. car "to save the humanity by chosen drivers like you." The car, however, is not just a car but also a transforming robot known as "Gyrozetter."

Chousoku Henkei Gyrozetter - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2012-10-02

Chousoku Henkei Gyrozetter - Marina Inoue - Netflix

Marina Inoue (井上 麻里奈, Inoue Marina, born January 20, 1985 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She was signed onto Sony Music Entertainment Japan's Aniplex division until 2007. As for her voice acting career, she is employed by Sigma Seven. Inoue made her debut as a voice actress and singer after she was chosen out of 2,000 people from the “Gonna be a star” auditions (hosted by Sony Music Entertainment Japan) for the title role in the OVA Le Portrait de Petit Cossette.

Chousoku Henkei Gyrozetter - Discography - Netflix

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Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Netflix

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Based on the famous classic novel Les Miserables.

Being a single mother is hard in early 19th Century France. When young Cosette was traveling with her mother trying to find a job and a place to live, they were always shunned away because very few employers hire single mothers. When she is promised with the prosperity of working in the big city, Cosette is separated from her mother in the hopes a caretaker will watch over her while her mother earns some money. Unfortunately this was a trick and the caretaker is a corrupt man who makes Cosette his indentured servant. Then the kind mayor of the town that Cosette makes her new home in sees how winds of change are so detrimental for children and families, and decides to do something about it.

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Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2007-01-07

Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Angel's Friends - Netflix

Angel's Friends is an Italian magical girl comic series created by Simona Ferri that debuted in March 2007. On 12 October 2009, an animated series of the same name premiered on Italia 1. A second season of 52 episodes was announced in January 2011 and premiered in Russia on 29 April 2012. A television film, Angel's Friends – Tra Sogno e Realtà (Angel's Friends: Between Dream and Reality), premiered on 23 April 2011. In the United States, the show is available via NBC, syndication and many local stations air the program on their secondary subchannel service to fulfill FCC mandates (at least three hours of E/I related material per week). The second season, dubbed in English, French and Russian, has been uploaded to YouTube by Mondo TV in September 2014. A live-action adaptation of the animated series (either a TV series or a movie) is in talks. A teaser pilot titled Darkly was produced in 2016 by Play Entertainment and Mad Rocket Entertainment, adapted by Daniele Cosci and directed by Alessio Liguori, with Alessandro Danzi as Sulfus, Demetra Bellina as Raf and Denise Tantucci as Reina. The plot is aimed to an older audience and follows a darker storyline, where Raf and Sulfus are killed by Reina and reborn as humans without memories.

Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Cartoon plot - Netflix

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DearS - Netflix

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Ikuhara Takeya is a high school student living a normal life. He is not interested in the commotion around a UFO filled with beautiful alien females that crashed on earth a year ago. The aliens, known as DearS, are deciding to take permanent residence on earth. What no one knows is that these aliens are a slave species whose sole purpose is to serve and please their masters. One day, Takeya spots a person shivering behind some bushes. This person, Ren, is one of the DearS, and after being saved by Takeya she chooses him as her master. Takeya, who doesn't know about the master-slave relationship of DearS, tries to teach Ren the normal lifestyle of the people on earth, though he constantly fears that Ren is an evil alien who's trying to brainwash him. But Ren isn't like other DearS. She is in fact malfunctioning and is being tracked down by their leader.

DearS - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2004-07-10

DearS - Mai Nakahara - Netflix

Mai Nakahara (中原 麻衣, Nakahara Mai, born February 23, 1981) is a Japanese voice actress and singer associated with I'm Enterprise. She has voiced lead roles as Mai Tokiha in My-Hime, Anna Aoi in Godannar, Midori Kasugano in Midori Days, Miu in DearS and Nagisa Furukawa in Clannad. She also voiced Juvia in Fairy Tail, Rena Ryugu in Higurashi When They Cry, May Wong in Kaleido Star and Noi Kasahara in The Wallflower. In video games, she voiced Prier in La Pucelle: Tactics and the Disgaea series, Estellise in Tales of Vesperia, Morgan in Tears to Tiara and Yggdra in Yggdra Union. She has also sung theme songs for anime shows, some of which have charted on Oricon.

DearS - Dubbing - Netflix

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Pet Shop of Horrors - Netflix

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Count D, a quite interesting pet shop owner from an area called Chinatown, sells rare and hard to come by pets to people longing for something special, but with each sale comes a contract. If the rules of the contract are followed, everything goes fine, but if someone should break the rules of the contract, the pet shop cannot be held responsible for anything unfortunate that might happen. Leon Orcot, a homicide detective, has linked many odd and unexplainable deaths together; they all were customers of Count D's pet shop, and he intends to find out why.

Pet Shop of Horrors - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 1999-03-01

Pet Shop of Horrors - List of Littlest Pet Shop episodes - Netflix

Littlest Pet Shop is a 2012 Canadian–American animated television series developed by Tim Cahill and Julie McNally-Cahill. The series is based on Hasbro's Littlest Pet Shop toy line, and features Blythe Baxter (voiced by Ashleigh Ball, with the character based off the doll of the same name) as the main protagonist, as well as other characters who reside in Downtown City, a city modeled after New York City. Along with Blythe is her father, Roger Baxter (voiced by Michael Kopsa), and her employer Mrs. Anna Twombly (voiced by Kathleen Barr) at the nearby pet store, Littlest Pet Shop. Away from home, she maintains several friends at her local high school. As well as the human cast are her seven animal companions, who reside within Littlest Pet Shop during the day, that Blythe unexpectedly gains the ability to communicate with. The series is produced by Hasbro Studios in the United States and animated by DHX Media's animation studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The series is directed by Dallas Parker and Joel Dickie. The series was commissioned by Hasbro Studios in 2011. During production, Blythe Loves the Littlest Pet Shop was used as the working title of the series. The series premiere on Saturday, November 10, 2012 in the United States on Hub Network was reported to have been the highest watched of all original series premieres on the Hub Network. On March 31, 2015, it was announced that the series has been renewed for a 26-episode fourth season, but on October 6, 2015, it was confirmed by story editor Roger Eschbacher that the fourth season was going to be the final season. The fourth season aired from November 7, 2015 to June 4, 2016.

Pet Shop of Horrors - Series overview - Netflix

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Pin to Kona - Netflix

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Kyonosuke Kawamura is the successor to the prestigious Kishima family. He performs as a kabuki stage actor. One day, as he is leaving the theater, Kyonosuke Kawamura hears cheers from girls who are waiting for him. There, Ayame Chiba, who also attends the same high school, approaches him and shouts out "that is not Kagamijishi and I want my money back!"

Due to excessive expectation as the successor of the Kishima family, Kyonosuke becomes sick and tired of kabuki. He plays with best friend Haruhiko Sakamoto and female fans until late into the night. When he arrives back home, his father Yozaemon, who is a master in kabuki, scolds him. An argument ensues. Yozaemon has never acknowledged Kyonosuke's efforts. That is a big reason why Kyonosuke has become estranged from kabuki. He also can't forgive his father for always placing kabuki as his first priority. His father did not show up when his mother became gravely ill and died.

Kyonosuke then meets Ayame at school. She again complains about his performance. Kyonosuke also learns that Ayame has a favorite actor. He's embarrassed by her complaints. For his next performance, Kyonosuke shows up practice, but he is chewed out by his instructor Matsukichi. Others, including Shohei Sawayama, watch this and make fun of Kyonosuke behind his back. Kyonosuke also hears from his rival Ichiya Sawayama that he was shocked at his performance. Kyonosuke feels numb.

Pin to Kona - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 46 minutes

Premier: 2013-07-18

Pin to Kona - Rumiko Takahashi - Netflix

Rumiko Takahashi (高橋 留美子, Takahashi Rumiko, born October 10, 1957) is a Japanese manga artist. With a career of several commercially successful works, beginning with Urusei Yatsura in 1978, Takahashi is one of Japan's most affluent manga artists. Her works are popular worldwide, where they have been translated into a variety of languages, with over 200 million copies in circulation. She has twice won the Shogakukan Manga Award: once in 1980 for Urusei Yatsura, and again in 2001 for Inuyasha.

Pin to Kona - Career - Netflix

Rumiko Takahashi was born in Niigata, Japan. Although she showed little interest in manga during her childhood, she was said to occasionally doodle in the margins of her papers while attending Niigata Chūō High School. Takahashi's interest in manga did not start until later. In an interview in 2000, Takahashi said that she had always wanted to become a professional comic author since she was a child. During her university years, she enrolled in Gekiga Sonjuku, a manga school founded by Kazuo Koike, author of Crying Freeman and Lone Wolf and Cub. Under his guidance Takahashi began to publish her first dōjinshi creations in 1975, such as Bye-Bye Road and Star of Futile Dust. Koike often urged his students to create well-thought out, interesting characters, and this influence would greatly impact Rumiko Takahashi's works throughout her career. Takahashi's professional career began in 1978. Her first published work was the one-shot Katte na Yatsura, for which she was awarded the Shogakkan New Comics Award. Later that same year, she began her first serialized story in Weekly Shōnen Sunday; Urusei Yatsura, a comedic science fiction story. She had difficulty meeting deadlines to begin with, so chapters were published sporadically until 1980. During the run of the series, she shared a small apartment with two assistants, and often slept in a closet due to a lack of space. During the same year, she published Time Warp Trouble, Shake Your Buddha, and the Golden Gods of Poverty in Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine, which would remain the home to most of her major works for the next twenty years. During 1980, Takahashi started her second major series, Maison Ikkoku, in Big Comic Spirits magazine. Written for an older audience, Maison Ikkoku is a romantic comedy, and Takahashi used her own experience living in an apartment complex to create the series. Takahashi managed to work on the series on and off simultaneously with Urusei Yatsura. She concluded both series in 1987, with Urusei Yatsura ending at 34 volumes, and Maison Ikkoku at 15. During the 1980s, Takahashi became a prolific writer of short story manga. Her stories Laughing Target, Maris the Chojo, and Fire Tripper all were adapted into original video animations (OVAs). In 1984, during the writing of Urusei Yatsura and Maison Ikkoku, Takahashi took a different approach to storytelling and began the dark, macabre Mermaid Saga. This series of short segments was published sporadically until 1994. Another short work of Takahashi's to be published sporadically was One-Pound Gospel. Takahashi concluded the series in 2007 after publishing chapters in 1998, 2001 and 2006. One-Pound Gospel was adapted into a live-action TV drama. Later, in 1987, Takahashi began her third major series, Ranma ½. Following the late 1980s and early 1990s trend of shōnen martial arts manga, Ranma ½ features a gender-bending twist. The series continued for nearly a decade until 1996, when it ended at 38 volumes. Ranma ½ and its anime adaption are cited as some of the first of their mediums to have become popular in the United States. During the latter half of the 1990s, Rumiko Takahashi continued with short stories and her installments of Mermaid Saga and One-Pound Gospel until beginning her fourth major work, Inuyasha. Unlike the majority of her works, Inuyasha has a darker tone more akin to Mermaid Saga and, having been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday from 1996 to 2008, is her longest to date. On March 5, 2009, Rumiko Takahashi released her one-shot Unmei No Tori. On March 16, 2009, she collaborated with Mitsuru Adachi, creator of Touch and Cross Game, to release a one-shot called My Sweet Sunday. Her latest manga series, Kyōkai no Rinne started on April 22, 2009. This is Rumiko Takahashi's first new manga series since her previous manga series Inuyasha ended in June 2008. Urusei Yatsura, Maison Ikkoku, Ranma ½, and Inuyasha manga were all published in English in the United States by Viz Comics, but their 1989 release of Urusei Yatsura halted after only a few volumes were translated, and it is long out of print.

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Place to Place - Netflix

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The serious-minded Tsumiki and the pure-hearted Io feel they never want to be parted, and yet they haven't fallen in love yet. More than friends but not lovers, they develop an awkward quasi-romance.

Place to Place - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2012-04-05

Place to Place - The Good Place (season 2) - Netflix

The second season of the fantasy comedy television series The Good Place, created by Michael Schur, began airing September 20, 2017, on NBC in the United States. The season is produced by Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Universal Television. The season concluded on February 1, 2018 and contained 13 episodes. The series focuses on Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell), a deceased young woman who wakes up in the afterlife and is sent by Michael (Ted Danson) to “The Good Place”, a heaven-like utopia he designed, in reward for her righteous life. However, she quickly realizes that she was sent there by mistake, and must hide her morally imperfect behavior (past and present). William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, and Manny Jacinto co-star as other residents of the Good Place, together with D'Arcy Carden as an artificial being helping the inhabitants. Each of the episodes are listed as “Chapter (xx)” following the opening title card.

Place to Place - Guest - Netflix

Dax Shepard as Chet, a demon in the Bad Place responsible for torturing people guilty of toxic masculinity. Maya Rudolph as Judge Hydrogen (“Gen” for short), an impartial inter-dimensional judge who rules on matters involving the Good Place and the Bad Place.

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Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara - Netflix

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Hatate Souta is a high school boy, who has an ability to visualize "flags" for future events such as "death flag," "friendship flag," and "romance flag." Despite the flag-viewing ability, he avoids making friends with others due to a trauma he experienced in a ship submergence accident. Twelve beautiful girls get interested in his strange way of living, and they begin to live with him at the school dorm.

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Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-04-07

Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara - If Her Flag Breaks - Netflix

If Her Flag Breaks (Japanese: 彼女がフラグをおられたら, Hepburn: Kanojo ga Flag o Oraretara), also known as Gaworare (がをられ), is a Japanese light novel series written by Tōka Takei, with illustrations by Cuteg. Kodansha has published 16 volumes from December 2011 to September 2016. A manga adaptation and two spin-off series have been serialized in Kodansha's magazines. An anime adaptation produced by Hoods Entertainment aired in Japan from April to June 2014, and is licensed in North America by NIS America.

Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara - Characters - Netflix

Souta Hatate (旗立 颯太, Hatate Sōta) Voiced by: Ryōta Ōsaka Souta is a transfer student to Hatagaya School who has the ability to see the fate of the people around him in the form of flags atop their heads. He can “break” the flags depending on his actions and thus change the fate of the people around him.[ch. 1] Several weeks prior to the start of the series, he was the sole survivor of the Premium Ambriel (プレミアム・アンブリアル, Puremiamu Anburiaru) a cruise ship that sank. There, he acquired the ability to see and alter flags from Sakura, who played a chess-like game with him during the cruise.[ch. 6] He ends up living in the Quest Dorm (クエスト寮, Kuesuto Ryō) with many beautiful girls.[vol. 2] In the anime, he seeks his sister who was also aboard the Premium Ambriel; the sister is later revealed to be Nanami. He is a Bladefield family member, Nanami's younger brother and Hakua's older brother, thus revealing his name to be Souta Bladefield, though he doesn't believe it. Nanami Knight Bladefield (菜波・K・ブレードフィールド, Nanami Naito Burēdofīrudo) Voiced by: Ibuki Kido The thirteenth princess of Bladefield,[ch. 2] a small principality in Europe. When she introduces herself to Souta, she does not raise a flag like the other characters. She shows an interest in his ability,[ch. 1] and serves as the “princess knight” in his party.[ch. 10] In the anime, she is revealed to be Souta's older sister, and the daughter of Elia Bladefield. Akane Mahougasawa (魔法ヶ沢 茜, Mahōgasawa Akane) Voiced by: Ai Kayano Akane is the granddaughter to the founder of the renowned Mahougasawa Foundation.[ch. 2] She sports a friendship flag that reappears no matter how many times Souta tries to break it,[ch. 2] and becomes the “magician” in Souta's party.[ch. 10] When she was younger, she was separated from her very first friend by her caretakers, who said that the difference in their classes was pitiable. As a result, she tries to “save” Souta and atone for her broken friendship. She is the first among the Quest Dorm housemates to raise a death flag, which Souta converts into a “route conquered” love flag by kissing her.[ch. 5] In the anime, Akane's death flag incident occurs before any of the girls have moved in with Souta. Kikuno Shōkanji (召喚寺 菊乃, Shōkanji Kikuno) Voiced by: Kana Asumi Kikuno, nicknamed Okiku by Souta, is a childhood friend who likes to act as an older sister to him and does not relent in doing so for anything, as demonstrated by her “sibling love” flag that dodges Souta's flag-breaking attempts. She represents the “summoner” from the fairy tale. Megumu Tōzokuyama (盗賊山 恵, Tōzokuyama Megumu) Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa Megumu is a schoolmate whom everyone thinks is a girl despite his dressing in the male school uniform. Because Souta recognizes Megumu as a boy, he immediately likes him, and sprouts a string of friendship flags near him.[ch. 3] The schoolmates' ignorance of his gender (and presence) becomes a running gag in the anime. He is the “thief” in Souta's party. Rin Eiyūzaki (英雄崎 凜, Eiyūzaki Rin) Voiced by: Yōko Hikasa Rin is a member of the archery club who transfers to Quest Dorm at the request of the student council president to help them win the athletic tournament. Souta notes that she has a “hates men” flag on their first meeting. She is friends with Kikuno and reveals that she had a male childhood friend named Souda whom she regards as her best friend, and who is the only male in the world whom she likes. Even though he moved away several years previously, she keeps in touch with him by text. When she discovers that Souta is her childhood friend, she retreats in embarrassment and reveals a yandere flag which Souta manages to change into a “conquest completed” flag, much to his dismay, [ch. 8] although the yandere flag sometimes reappears. Ruri Ninjabayashi (忍者林 瑠璃, Ninjabayashi Ruri) Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa Ruri is an android created by the Mahougasawa Foundation. She serves as the “shinobi” in Souta's party,[ch. 10] and is introduced in the story as a secret weapon to help the Quest Dorm in the school's athletic tournament games. She frequently asks yes–no questions regarding actions she is about to perform, and is programmed to act like a little sister to Souta.[ch. 7] Serika Gin'yūin (吟遊院 芹香, Gin'yūin Serika) Voiced by: Aoi Yūki An idol who performs at the school festival and later transfers to Hatagaya, where she moves into the Quest Dorm. Her role in the group is the “bard”. Souta and Nanami learn that Souta met Serika previously and that she was able to become an idol because Souta told her that she had a “Success Flag”. She did not know the name of the person who said that and thought of him only as “Purple Flagman”. Mimori Seiteikouji (聖帝小路 美森, Seiteikōji Mimori) Voiced by: Yukari Tamura The student council president, and the granddaughter of the school chairman.[vol. 2:profiles] Although she was responsible for placing Souta in the remote and rundown Quest Dorm, she atones by having the building renovated by the school's engineering club.[ch. 3] The school board wants to shut Quest Dorm down, but she arranges for its continued operation provided the tenants win the MVP at the upcoming sports festival. Later, she starts calling Souta by his first name, “Souta-kun”, instead of “Hatate Souta”. Tsumugi Ryuukishibara (龍騎士原 月麦, Ryūkishibara Tsumugi) Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki Tsumugi is a schoolmate who is rumored to have been with the school before it was built. The rumors persist to the point that her peers call her “baba-sama” (elderly woman). She appears as a young girl wearing a bonnet[ch. 3][vol. 2:profiles] and acts like a grandmother towards Souta.[ch. 12,13] Mei Daimyōzamurai (大名侍 鳴, Daimyōzamurai Mei) Voiced by: Sakura Tange Mei is a mysterious girl who knows about Souta's powers and his connection to her world.[ch. 12] Her title is number 7 of the House of Shigitoku.[vol. 3:profiles] She shows Souta the “virtual world”, which is an artificially created world. After Souta and Mei get back from the virtual world, she sees Souta sleeping and tries to get him rid of the “Death Flag” he has on his head. Then, “the Sacraments” or “Sakura” appears and disposes of her memories and also her ability to see flags. She serves as the party's “samurai”. Kurumiko Daishikyōgawa (大司教河 くるみ子, Daishikyōgawa Kurumiko) Voiced by: Misaki Kuno Kurumiko is a middle school girl who is introduced as a popsicle vendor during the school trip to the beach. Her parents were part of the crew of the Premium Ambriel therefore she recognizes Souta and feels guilty for the treatment he was subjected to after the incident, more so even than her losing her parents in the accident.[ch. 13] When she shows Souta a seaside cave and they become trapped by the rising tide, Kurumiko loses hope and a death flag appears. Souta saves her by agreeing to think of her as his little sister and then offering to get her into Hatagaya middle school while having her live with him at Quest Dorm.[ch. 14] She becomes the “cleric” in Souta's party, and her flags are usually ones of story advancement.[ch. 13] Kurumiko speaks very formally, even in casual situations. Hakua Berserker Bladefield (白亜・B・ブレードフィールド, Hakua Bāsākā Burēdofīrudo) Voiced by: Ai Kakuma Hakua is Nanami's younger sister and another princess of Bladefield.[ch. 16:sketch in chapter] She is overly polite and, having been raised in the Bladefield royal family and living a life sheltered from the outside world, is clueless about the life of commoners. She comes to Japan to study the life of commoners with her sister. In the anime, she is revealed to be the daughter of Elia Bladefield, whom she had thought to be her eldest brother, as well as Souta's younger half-sister. Miyuki MacKenzie (深雪・マッケンシー, Miyuki Makkenshī) Voiced by: Yuuka Nanri She is Souta's homeroom teacher[ch. 7] and the resident adviser at Quest Dorm.[ch. 14] When Mei shows Souta an alternate world, he meets an alternate version of Miyuki on the wreck of the Premium Ambriel where he motivates her to live on. She reveals that her great-grandfather's name was Souta Hatate, making her his descendant. Immediately after this he notes that she has a “main character” flag and is told that the alternate Miyuki will now play a major role in how events progress in that world.[ch. 16] Sakura (桜) Voiced by: Rina Hidaka Sakura is a mysterious girl whom Souta meets on the Premium Ambriel and who gives him his powers.[ch. 6] After Mei and Souta visit the alternate world, she removes Mei's flag observing powers and related memories.[ch. 16] Her name is short for Sacrament (サクラメント, Sakuramento). She is nearly identical to, and shares the same voice actress with, Laplace's Demon. The two together were emotion programs designed to act as a conscience for Angel Boat, which cut them off when it rebelled. Laplace's Demon is focused mainly on the will of individuals, and bears a strong affinity to those with strong hearts and a powerful sense of sacrifice, while Sakura is instead focused on the bonds that tie people together. No. 0 Voiced by: Risa Taneda Number 0 is an advisor of the Council of the Seven Virtues who appears in the anime series. She needs Souta in order to combat the Angelus Gemeni. She is revealed to be Kagura Bladefield (神楽・ブレードフィールド, Kagura Burēdofīrudo), the founding queen of Bladefield.

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Gakuen Handsome - Netflix

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The school love story is set at Baramon High School, a private boys' school for the prefecture's most elite. The protagonist is a seventeen year old boy who transfers into the school and meets various major players on campus, such as the outlaw teacher, the soccer captain, and a childhood friend whom the protagonist has not seen for seven years. The school presents opportunities for friendship, love and conflict, and changes are now bound to happen in the main character's life.

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Gakuen Handsome - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-03

Gakuen Handsome - School Babysitters - Netflix

School Babysitters (学園ベビーシッターズ, Gakuen Bebīshittāzu) is a Japanese manga series by Hari Tokeino. It has been serialized in Hakusensha's shōjo manga magazine LaLa since 2009, and has been collected in seventeen tankōbon volumes. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Brain's Base aired between January 7 and March 25, 2018. An OVA episode was announced in June 2018 and was to be bundled with the 7th DVD and Blu-Ray releases of the show.

Gakuen Handsome - Characters - Netflix

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Allison & Lillia - Netflix

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Set in a continent divided into two commonwealths that have been engaged in war for hundreds of years, Allison and Will go on a mission to search "the treasure that will put an end to the war". Their hope is inherited to their daughter Lillia, who strives to thaw the torn nations into a united country. This anime encourages young generations to believe in a world without hatred or war regardless of nationalities and beliefs.

Allison & Lillia - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2008-04-03

Allison & Lillia - Toshiko Fujita - Netflix

Toshiko Fujita (藤田 淑子, Fujita Toshiko, born April 5, 1950 in Dalian, China) is a Japanese actress, voice actress, singer and narrator. She currently works at Aoni Production.

Allison & Lillia - Anime - Netflix

Ikkyū in Ikkyū-san (1975) Unknown date Cross in Ginga Nagareboshi Gin Corazón Muto in Allison & Lillia Dai in Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Hilda in Outlaw Star Kiteretsu in Kiteretsu Daihyakka Mamiya in Fist of the North Star Papii (1st voice) in Yūsei Shōnen Papii Rally Cheyenne in Silent Möbius Rui Kisugi in Cat's Eye Shashi-oh in RG Veda Taichi Yagami (Taichi “Tai” Kamiya) in Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, and Digimon Fusion Yūko Inoue Prefectural Earth Defense Force Zofis in Zatch Bell! Taeko Miyauchi in Chihayafuru “Big Mom” Charlotte Linlin in One Piece (ep. 571) Saniwa in Kurozuka (novel) Madam Exorcist - Inuyasha Chigusa Tsukikage in the 2005 version of Glass Mask Theagan in Deltora Quest

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Omamori Himari - Netflix

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The slapstick romantic comedy centers around an ordinary 16-year-old high school boy named Yūto Amakawa who is protected by a spirit—specifically, a beautiful, sword-wielding cat girl spirit named Himari. Yūto is descended from a family that has subjugated demons since time immemorial. The charm that once protected him is now impotent, but fortunately, at that same moment, Himari appears before him as his new guardian.

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Omamori Himari - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-01-06

Omamori Himari - List of Omamori Himari characters - Netflix

The manga and anime series Omamori Himari features an extensive cast of characters by Milan Matra. The series' storyline focuses on Yuto Amakawa, an orphan who, on the day of his sixteenth birthday, meets Himari, a buxom sword-wielding girl and a cat spirit. Yuto later learns that he is a Demon Slayer and that his family is one of the twelve Demon Slayer families that had slain demons for hundreds of years, and that Himari had sworn an oath set by their ancestors to protect him until his powers awaken. Throughout the series, Yuto, along with his childhood friend Rinko, later encounter other girls who soon take a liking to Yuto: Shizuku, a mizuchi, Lizlet, an artifact spirit, and Kuesu Jinguji, an heiress to the Jinguji Family of Demon Slayers who is revealed to be Yuto's fiancée.

Omamori Himari - Minor ayakashi - Netflix

Kaya (加耶) Voiced by: Mariko Honda A Zashiki-warashi who lives at Yuto's grandparents' house. She is very fond of Himari, as she once lived with her when Yuto's grandparents were alive, but does not like Yuto due to the fact that she is very jealous of him and blames him of Himari leaving her.[ch. 10] She is usually seen either cleaning up the house or reading books and scrolls in the storehouse. Kaya once provided Shizuku with the Amakawa's family book, which held information about the family itself and Himari's ancestors at the latter's request,[ch. 10] and (in the anime only) provided Yuto and Rinko brief information about Shuten-dōji and Tama's origins. She can generate a force field around herself and other people in her vincitiy to repel enemy attacks. Starting from chapter 56, she joins the fight against Tama in the appearance of a ninja. Ageha (明夏羽) Voiced by: Chiaki Takahashi A Hinoenma (飛縁魔),who feeds off the blood of men like a vampire, who attempted to kill Yuto and Himari in a nearby lake in Noihara in chapters 10–12 of the manga. However, after Yuto blocks her finishing blow that was meant for Himari, she is almost killed by the latter during her demon rampage until Yuto intervened with the awakening of the Light Ferry. After the incident, she begins to display tsundere traits (Rinko speculates that her current situation is similar to Shizuku's, in which she loses the intent to kill Yuto but still goes after him[ch. 25]), and later reappears in chapter 24 to kidnap Yuto and drinks his blood under a bridge. However, she found herself so intoxicated by it that she actually tried to violate him until Himari and Shizuku intervene. After Sasa stops the fight at Rinko's request, she leaves with him not before telling Yuto that she will drink his blood next time. In the anime adaptation, she becomes a supporting character following Shuten-dōji and Tama's appearance. Her anime incarnation portrays her as being more perverse towards Yuto following their first encounter in Noihara, as she once made Yuto grope her breasts during their second encounter, dressed in a revealing schoolgirl outfit in an attempt to awaken Yuto's powers (which was an idea of hers), and once attempted to drink Yuto's blood while the latter was sleeping only to find that he was outside with Himari (which she says is a euphemism for sex). Ageha's main outfit is modeled after those worn by mikos, with the addition of wearing boots and a beret-like hat. During her second appearance in Takamiya, she swaps her miko outfit for modern-day clothing, wearing a violet tube top underneath a tan jacket, a miniskirt, silver and black boots, and violet sunglasses. She can stretch her limbs to unimaginable lengths,[ch. 26] and hypnotize her victims with her eyes.[ch. 25] She can increase her powers by drinking the blood of a Demon Slayer, but the blood itself must have enough time to mix in properly; if she uses too much power while it is still mixing, she will be paralyzed for a short period, such as the case during her fight with Himari when the latter was turned into a child.[ch. 26] She wields a single-edged sword modeled after a kunai as her personal weapon, which was broken in the anime by Tama's force field when Himari wielded it. Sasa (沙砂) Voiced by: Mayako Nigo An ippon-datara (一本ダタラ), a monopedal cyclops-like demon that lives in mountains. He is Ageha's accomplice that attacked Shizuku, Kaya, and Rinko at Yuto's grandparents' house and was almost killed by Shizuku until he was spared when the latter saw Yuto's Light Ferry ability. In his second appearance, he assumes a bipedal form with androgynous features.[ch. 24] After Rinko took him out to eat ice cream at Café Relish, he stopped the fight between Ageha and Himari at her request. Sasa can summon giant pillars from the sky to crush his opponents, increase his mass at will, and fire energy beams from his eye. It is mentioned by Ageha in the anime that his kind are excellent swordsmiths and as such, can repair and restore broken swords to their original condition and strength. Sasa's anime incarnation portrays him as bipedal and his gender has been changed to a girl. Also, like Ageha, he/she becomes a supporting character following Shuten-dōji and Tama's appearance, and plays a key role in restoring Himari's Yasutsuna by shooting it with his/her eye, something that was originally done by Kuesu in the manga by recreating it through some sort of time magic. Kagetsuki (影月) A Kasha, a cat-like monster that steals and devours corpses, with his human form bearing a strong resemblance to L Lawliet from Death Note. Appearing in chapter 16 of the manga when he takes Shizuku away from her fight with Kuesu, he becomes Yuto, Himari and Shizuku's informant. He is one of the monsters that likes to be an ally to Yuto due to his kindness, leading to a time that he once killed an ayakashi for Yuto right after he awakens his Light Ferry power, saying that he was not ready to fight monsters due to him making them his allies.[ch. 22] Aside from his human form bearing a physical resemblance to “L”, he also has the same personality as the latter, being calm, smart, having good composure, and being quiet most of the time. His name means “Shadow Moon”. Aya (文) Voiced by: Mami Kosuge A fugurama-yōbi (文車妖妃), a spirit messenger, working under Kaya's wing. Her original form is a magical envelope that can be used to summon her in her human form, which consists of her having long blue hair with matching eyes wearing a long light blue yukata. She makes her first appearance in chapter 21 of the manga when Himari was looking for a replacement weapon from Noihara's weapon vault, having lost Yasutsuna during her battle with Kuesu, and again in Kuesu's hotel room after the field set around the hotel was broken when the latter was pushed back towards the window by Yuto's Light Ferry powers, vomiting out numerous weapons for Himari to use. Aya can store multiple objects inside her stomach, a sort of hammerspace, and regurgitate them when necessary to the disgust of anyone who witnesses it. She also appears to have taken a liking to Yuto, having teased him in the pool chapter of Volume 0 and in Chapter 64 after Kuesu's supposed death. Kofuyu (小冬) A Yuki-onna who works at a ski resort. She invited Yuto and the girls to her ski resort to stop Tama, as she, like Yuto, wanted humans and ayakashi to coexist. It is revealed thet two years prior to the series, the ski resort's owner (and his wife) found her unconscious during a mild winter and nursed her back to health. She has also taken quite a liking to Yuto, once flirting with him in an onsen underneath the ski lodge and referring to him as “Yuto-sama”. As a Yuki-onna, she can control ice and snow and use it to trap her opponents, once doing so against Tama in her adult form.[ch. 43] Her name means “Little Winter”, in reference to her ayakashi species. Ekou (恵香, Ekō) A Tenshō-sagari working under Tama. She specializes in firearms, having used a SIG Sauer P220 and a NeoStead shotgun. Kurozakura (黒桜) A Jorōgumo working under Tama.

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Sankarea - Netflix

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Furuya's not interested in the living, he's got zombies on the brain! When Furuya's cat dies, he decides he's going to try and bring it back to life. In the process, he stumbles across a girl who is involved in an accident and turns into a real zombie! What's Furuya going to do now that the thing he loves the most is right in front of his eyes?

Sankarea - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2012-04-05

Sankarea - Nano Ripe - Netflix

Nano Ripe (styled as nano.RIPE) is a Japanese pop rock duo that formed in 2004 as an indie band. They released three singles and four mini-albums before being signed to Lantis in 2010. Although the core of the band is made up of Kimiko (composition, lyrics, vocals, guitar) and Jun Sasaki (composition, guitar), when they debuted on Lantis in 2010, the band also consisted of bassist Nobuyuki Abe and drummer Shinn. Shinn left the band in 2011, but Yūki Aoyama joined the band as the drummer in 2013. Abe and Aoyama left the band in 2016. Following the release of their major debut single “Patricia” (2010), they released four more singles from 2010 to 2011; all five were featured on their major debut album Hoshi no Yoru no Myaku no Oto no (2011). Their next three studio albums were Plus to Minus no Shikumi (2012), Namida no Ochiru Sokudo (2013), and Nanairo Megane no Himitsu (2014). After the release of their compilation album Shiawase no Kutsu (2015), they released their fifth studio album Space Echo (2016).

Sankarea - Members - Netflix

Kimiko (きみコ) (composition, lyrics, vocals, guitar) Jun Sasaki (ササキ ジュン, Sasaki Jun) (composition, guitar) Past members Shinn (drums) Nobuyuki Abe (アベ ノブユキ, Abe Nobuyuki) (bass) Yūki Aoyama (青山 友樹, Aoyama Yūki) (drums)

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I'm Your Destiny - Netflix

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I'd like you to think about it for a moment.

If Beethoven's parents didn't meet, he, much less his famous fifth symphony "Destiny," would have never existed.\ If the parents of Edison, Einstein, or Bill Gates didn't fall in love, what would the world today be like?\ Yes, in reality, there is certainly that special someone you must absolutely fall in love with--the person of your destiny.

A strange man who claims to be "god" suddenly reveals himself to 29-year-old lead character Makoto Masaki and declares, "You haven't realized it yet, but only a wall separates you from the one you must fall in love with, no matter what. The woman you're destined to be with works in the office next door."\ "Sounds like something out of a creepy dream. But..," wonders Makoto. Skeptical at first, he eventually decides to believe the prediction and just go for it.\ "Please don't be shocked. I'm your destiny," he tells fellow 29-year-old Haruko Kogetsu.\ "What?" she replies, before flat-out rejecting him. And that's where their love story begins.

Whether it's the beach they went to as children, their college entrance exam building, or the shrine where they offered prayers last New Year's, it's a miracle how the two have actually crossed paths countless times since they were little. Yet they don't know each other's name nor recognize each other's face. The greatest "destiny" story kicks off on the worst possible note.

I'm Your Destiny - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-04-15

I'm Your Destiny - Gamebook - Netflix

A gamebook is a work of printed fiction that allows the reader to participate in the story by making choices. The narrative branches along various paths, typically through the use of numbered paragraphs or pages. Gamebooks are sometimes called choose your own adventure books or CYOA after the influential Choose Your Own Adventure series originally published by US company Bantam Books. Gamebooks influenced hypertext fiction. Production of new gamebooks in the West decreased dramatically during the nineties as choice based stories have moved away from print based media, although the format may be getting a new lease of life on mobile and ebook platforms. Such digital gamebooks are considered interactive fiction.

I'm Your Destiny - Role-playing solitaire adventures - Netflix

Solitaire adventures were a parallel development. This type of book is intended to allow a single person to use the rules of a role-playing game to experience an adventure without need of a referee. The first role-playing game solitaire adventures to be published were those using the Tunnels and Trolls system, beginning with the book Buffalo Castle in 1976, making Tunnels and Trolls the first role-playing game to support solitaire play. Flying Buffalo released 24 solo adventure books (plus several pocket size adventures) in the period 1976–1993. A number of the adventures are still in print today. They were very successful among players of role-playing games and inspired many imitators. Another early role-playing game with solitaire modules made for it was The Fantasy Trip. The first such module was Death Test, published in 1978. Eight adventures were released in total. One thing that set them apart was the need for miniatures and a hexmap, in order to take advantage of the combat and movement systems. These adventures were also very popular and influential. Meanwhile, several third-party publishers started to publish solitaire adventures meant for use with popular roleplaying systems. Some of the earliest adventures in this vein were The Solo Dungeon (1978) by British author Richard Bartle, and Survival of the Fittest (1979), published by Judges' Guild in the United States. Both of these adventures were meant to be used with Dungeons and Dragons rules. Solitaire role-playing adventures also experienced a boom in the eighties. Many role-playing rulesets included solo adventures which were intended to teach the rules systems to the players. Some companies released lines of solitaire adventures for their own games. Examples of games with prolific solitaire lines were Dungeons & Dragons, GURPS, Das Schwarze Auge, DC Heroes, and Call of Cthulhu. Some third-party publishers continued to release solo adventures for established RPG systems (including Judges' Guild, who released solos for Advanced Dungeons and Dragons). Solitaire adventures were also featured quite frequently in professional RPG magazines and fanzines. Several solo adventures (such as those for Tunnels & Trolls, Dungeons & Dragons, and Das Schwarze Auge) were translated into other languages. As was the case with other types of gamebooks, the production of solitaire RPG adventures decreased dramatically during the nineties. However, new solos continue to be published to this day. Some companies continue to produce solo adventures for Tunnels & Trolls. There are also new solo adventures for a variety of systems, and even some influenced by the Fantasy Trip solos (such as the ones by Dark City Games). The Internet has provided a channel to distribute solitaire adventures, with both free and commercial adventures made available as electronic documents.

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Chrono Crusade - Netflix

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It is after the Great War and the U.S. is experiencing an economic prosperity unlike anything ever seen before. However, all is not well, as the occurences of the ocult and devil-worshippers begin to sprout up all over the country. Enter the Magdalene Order, a special group of exorcist that use tradional methods (holy water and special metal) and infused them into the technology of the time to battle these demons and their summoners. This is the story of Rosette Christopher, a young exorcist and her close friend Chrono, a demon with a dark history, as they go on a quest to find and rescue Rosette's younger brother, Joshua, from the clutches of evil. This is going to be a trip!

Chrono Crusade - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 22 minutes

Premier: 2003-11-24

Chrono Crusade - Chrono Crusade - Netflix

Chrono Crusade, originally known in Japan as Chrno Crusade (Japanese: クロノ クルセイド, Hepburn: Kurono Kuruseido), due to a typo, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Moriyama. It was originally published by Kadokawa Shoten in Comic Dragon, then a special issue of the Dragon Magazine. A 24-episode anime television series based on the manga ran from 2003 to 2004 on Fuji TV. The animation work was done by Gonzo. The series was released in North America by ADV Manga and ADV Films, titled Chrono Crusade. Set in New York during the 1920s, Chrono Crusade follows the story of Rosette Christopher, and her demon partner Chrono. As members of the Magdalene Order, they travel around the country eliminating demonic threats to society, while Rosette searches for her lost brother Joshua.

Chrono Crusade - Setting - Netflix

The Order of Magdalene is an organization that banishes devils and demons. The Order has many branches around the country (some that are mentioned/visited include the Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Seattle branches); each one is presided over by the Council of the Catholic Church. The New York branch of the Order is headed by Kate Valentine, assisted by Ewan Remington, who lead the fight against the forces of darkness. The Order has many members; however, in times of great crisis, other less generally accepted individuals may be introduced into the Order to help fight the forces of darkness. They use various weapons, mainly guns, swords, and melee weapons, many of which are developed by the New York branch's own Edward “Elder” Hamilton. The Order's preferred handgun is the Colt 1911, often loaded with Sacred, standard bullets containing holy water, and Gospel, bullets with alchemy-transformed silver. The bullet Spirit was also developed, but upon test-fire it was found to be too dangerous, using a repressed lower-class demon for its explosive power. Tetragrammaton, a gun with high power against demons with low backlash, is given to Rosette and later used by Chrono. Besides using guns, there are members of Order with special powers as well, using devices like tomes, violins, or dolls. They also use Angel Capture Fields, specialized barriers that can repel demons, their powers, and other astral based substances, and are set up by creating a rectangular array of cross-shaped stakes in the ground and activating them. The Order also developed Soul Dive, an experimental system used to dive into souls for direct exorcism. The Order also unveils its flagship, the Metatron, in the final showdown with Pandaemonium and Aion.

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Uchouten Kazoku - Netflix

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In Kyoto, humans, tanuki, and tengu live side-by-side. The Shimogamo family lives in Shimogamo Jinja's Tadasu no Mori. The father, Soichiro, used to be the head of tanuki society, but without warning one day he was made into tanuki stew, and no one knows how it happened. He left four sons behind. They all live happily with their mother. After taking care of Professor Akadama, the Shimogamo family suddenly finds itself in a desperate fix. Will the truth behind how their father got stewed be revealed?! What does fate have in store for this strongly bonded family?!

Uchouten Kazoku - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 27 minutes

Premier: 2013-07-07

Uchouten Kazoku - The Eccentric Family - Netflix

The Eccentric Family (Japanese: 有頂天家族, Hepburn: Uchōten Kazoku) is a Japanese comedy-drama novel written by Tomihiko Morimi, originally published by Gentosha in 2007, with a sequel published in 2015. An anime television series adaptation based on the first book aired from July 7 to September 29, 2013 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. A second season based on the second book aired from April 9 to June 25, 2017.

Uchouten Kazoku - Anime - Netflix

The first 13-episode season aired in Japan from July 7 to September 23, 2013 on Tokyo MX, KBS, SUN, BS11, Kids Station, and KNB. The director is Masayuki Yoshihara, the scriptwriter is Shōtarō Suga, the music is scored by Yoshiaki Fujisawa, and the animation is done by P.A.Works. The opening theme is titled “Ecstatic Life” (有頂天人生, Uchōten Jinsei) by Milktub. The ending theme is titled “Que Sera, Sera” (ケセラセラ, Keserasera) by Fhána. The anime was released in Japan across seven volumes from August 25, 2013 to March 26, 2017. Crunchyroll streamed the series and NIS America released the series in North America as a premium set including two Blu-ray disc sets on January 5, 2015. A second season aired in Japan from April 9 to June 25, 2017 on Tokyo MX, KBS, and KNB and was streamed on Docomo Anime Store in Japan, and Crunchyroll. The main staff and cast members returned for the second season. The opening theme is “Natsugamama, Sawagumama” (成るがまま騒ぐまま) by Milktub and the ending theme is “Moon River” (ムーンリバー) by Fhána.

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Bakumatsu Rock - Netflix

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The story is set in the Bakumatsu era, at the end of the shoguns' rule over Japan in the middle of the 19th century. The Tokugawa shogunate uses the brainwashing Heaven's Songs by the top idols in Shinsengumi to subjugate the country and its people. In this Japan, writing or singing any songs besides the Heaven's Songs is a capital offense. Sakamoto Ryouma and the other rockers rise up and change the world with rock 'n' roll for freedom and justice.

Bakumatsu Rock - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2014-07-02

Bakumatsu Rock - Toshiyuki Toyonaga - Netflix

Toshiyuki Toyonaga (豊永利行, Toyonaga Toshiyuki, born April 28, 1984) is a Japanese voice actor, actor, singer and songwriter. Since his first time on the stage at age 10, Toyonaga has been active both on television and stage. Following his debut as a voice actor in 2002, he currently works with the Super Eccentric Theater Inc. Despite his wide range of voice casting, he is usually cast as young, kind characters such as Mikado in Durarara!!, Matsuoka Shun in Kimi to Boku, Hideyoshi Nagachika in Tokyo Ghoul and Yuuki Tenpouin in Code:Breaker, but he is also cast as cool delinquents or rough personality character such as Fuwa Mahiro in Blast of Tempest, Totsuka Takeru in Kamigami no Asobi and Goushi Kaneshiro in B-Project: Kodou*Ambitious. He released his first album, Music of the Entertainment, on his 30th birthday April 28, 2014. He also released his major debut single “Reason” on December 16, 2014, to tie up with the PlayStation Vita game titled Durarara!! Relay which was released in January 2015. Almost all the songs were written by him. He also writes lyrics and composed the song “Little World” by Hijiribe Ruri (CV: Saki Fujita) in Durarara!! x2. He has perfect pitch and is skilled in guitar, drums and dance.

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Glass no Kamen - Netflix

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Kitajima Maya, a 13-year old girl with a talent for acting, was discovered by the reclusive actress Tsukikage. The story follows Maya's growing up, intense training, overcoming challenges, and evolving into the foremost actress of her generation (she is about 20 so far). Maya's greatest rival is Himekawa Ayumi, the beautiful daughter of a famous movie couple. They ultimately vied for the most sought-after role - the "Crimson Goddess". An equally important subplot Maya's relationship with the handsome and ruthless entertainment mogul Hayami Masumi, who secretly became her number one fan, but misunderstandings and bad-timing obstructed their romance...

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Glass no Kamen - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1984-04-09

Glass no Kamen - Glass Mask - Netflix

Glass Mask (ガラスの仮面, Garasu no Kamen) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Suzue Miuchi, serialized in Hana to Yume from January 1976, and collected in 49 tankōbon volumes as of October 2012. The story has also been adapted into anime and a live-action television series. As of 2006, the collected volumes had 50 million copies in Japan, making it the second best-selling shōjo manga ever. The title refers poetically to the mask of faces that actors wear - while expressing emotions that are not their own, the mask they wear (their acting) is as fragile as glass. If the actors are distracted, their mask will “break” and show on stage the actors' true feelings. After not publishing a new chapter in the story for more than two years, Miuchi re-launched the series in Hakusensha's Bessatsu Hana to Yume (別冊花とゆめ) magazine in July 2008. The story continues from where it left off in volume 42. Miuchi has announced that she intends to end the series soon.

Glass no Kamen - Live-action - Netflix

A live-action version adapted the first 38 volumes of the series in 1997, and continued in 1998 as “Garasu no Kamen 2.” Both productions starred Yumi Adachi as Maya Kitajima.

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Pita-Ten - Netflix

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Kotaro was pretty much supposed to be your average boy, worried about the pressures of education while enjoying a simple life with his friends. Much to his despair, he one day finds the overly cheerful Misha at his door, asking to be friends out of nowhere. Even more shocking is that Misha is an apprentice angel, yet she does more bad then good. Along with Kotaro's school friends Takashi and Koboshi and the so called devil Shia (once again being able to do more good then bad), the group of friends spend their days getting into all sorts of adventures and troubles.

Pita-Ten - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2002-04-07

Pita-Ten - Sasha (name) - Netflix

Sasha is a unisex given name which originated in Eastern and Southern European countries as the shortened version of Alexander and Alexandra. It is also used as a surname, although very rarely. Alternative spellings include: Саша (Sasha – Russian, Serbian), Сашо (Sasho – Bulgarian), Саше (Sashe – Macedonian), Saša (Slovenian, Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Latvian, Lithuanian), Sașa (Romanian), Sasza (Polish), Сашко (Sashko – Ukrainian), Sascha (German), Sasja (Dutch and Swedish), and Sacha (French).

Pita-Ten - Fictitious or mythical entities - Netflix

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Mobile Suit Gundam Wing - Netflix

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It is the year After Colony 195, and war between the Space Colonies and Earth has begun. To give the colonies an edge, they send 5 young soldiers, trained to perfection, to earth in the most powerful of Mobile Suits-Gundams. With their arrival, the tide of the war changes as they battle against the Earth forces and the Colonies of their origin.

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1995-04-07

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing - Mobile Suit SD Gundam - Netflix

Mobile Suit SD Gundam (Japanese: 機動戦士SDガンダム, Hepburn: Kidō Senshi SD Gundam) is a series of animated shorts released in theaters and as original video animation between 1988 and 1993 by Sunrise. Part of the SD Gundam media franchise, the anime was based on the popular Gashapon capsule toys and model kits being released by Bandai at the time. The shorts initially parody stories and characters from the Gundam franchise with super deformed forms of Gundam characters and mecha. Starting with 1989's Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack, the series began featuring a regularly appearing set of SD Gundam characters based on existing SD Gundam toys, Carddass trading cards and manga series, notably from the Command Gundam, Knight Gundam, and Musha Gundam sub-franchises.

Mobile Suit Gundam Wing - Releases - Netflix

An 8-episode TV series, Do Your Best! The SD Gundam March (ガンバレ!SDガンダム大行進, Ganbare! SD Gundam Dai Kōshin), was aired on TV Tokyo from February to March 1993, compiling the various Mobile Suit SD Gundam shorts as well as some variety segments. The show achieved a TV rating of 8.06% in the Kanto region. All of the animated shorts, with the exception of SD Gundam SD Wacky Races, were later re-released in a DVD-BOX in Japan on July 22, 2007.

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Pita-Ten - Netflix

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Kotaro was pretty much supposed to be your average boy, worried about the pressures of education while enjoying a simple life with his friends. Much to his despair, he one day finds the overly cheerful Misha at his door, asking to be friends out of nowhere. Even more shocking is that Misha is an apprentice angel, yet she does more bad then good. Along with Kotaro's school friends Takashi and Koboshi and the so called devil Shia (once again being able to do more good then bad), the group of friends spend their days getting into all sorts of adventures and troubles.

Pita-Ten - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2002-04-07

Pita-Ten - Pita-Ten - Netflix

Pita-Ten (Japanese: ぴたテン, Hepburn: Pitaten) is a Japanese manga by Koge-Donbo. It was serialized in Dengeki Comic Gao! between the October 1999 and August 2003 issues and was later collected into eight tankōbon volumes. The eight volumes were localized for North America by Tokyopop; Madman Entertainment used Tokyopop's translations for distribution in Australasia. The plot follows Kotarou Higuchi who becomes acquainted with the angel Misha, and the demon Shia. Pita-Ten has spun off an anthology manga, art books, a light novel series, and an anime; the anime resulted in a radio program and audio disc releases such as soundtracks and image songs. Tokyopop's volumes of Pita-Ten ranked on ICv2's monthly top one-hundred selling graphic novels. English reviewers praised the plot and artwork, generally describing the series as cute.

Pita-Ten - Volume list - Netflix

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Hero Tales - Netflix

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It is the time of wars. In the chaotic Empire, a group of seven heroes of the stars, the Hokushin-Tenkun, rose to lead the common folk. Out of the seven a destiny of heated battle unfolds between the "Two Noble Spirits", Hagun and Tonrou. Originally the two should not exist in the same time but the gears of Fate have turned otherwise. In the current feeble state of the Ken Empire, the conflicting "Two Noble Spirits" - Taitou Shirei of Hagun and Keirou of Tonrou each fight for their view of justice and the peace of the countires and their home country. In the name of Fate, the justice of whom shall prevail....?

Hero Tales - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2007-10-07

Hero Tales - Tale of a Hero - Netflix

Tale of a Hero is a fantasy puzzle point-and-click adventure game developed by Czech company Future Games. It was released in 2009. The game uses AGDS Engine. The story was influenced by myths about King Arthur and Beowulf. The game has never been released in English-language markets, but the Italian version includes full English voice acting and an English subtitle patch was later released.

Hero Tales - Critical reception - Netflix

Gry Online praised the game's subtle, slightly ironic sense of humor. Onet.gry felt the game design was addictive, logical and well-thought out.

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Sadamitsu the Destroyer - Netflix

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The earth is being overrun by Alien invaders and, while on a mission to stop the invaders, an assigned Attendant is injured. He seeks the help of a human named Sadamitsu. Sadamitsu makes it his mission to rid the world of the invaders, to prevent the coming of the ultimate enforcer, the Vulture. The problem is the Vulture is already here, and buried in Sadamitsu's past is the reason the Vulture hasn't already destroyed the Earth.

Sadamitsu the Destroyer - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2001-01-17

Sadamitsu the Destroyer - Sean Schemmel - Netflix

Sean Christian Schemmel (born November 21, 1968) is an American voice actor, ADR director, and screenwriter who has worked for Funimation, OkraTron 5000, NYAV Post, 4K Media Inc., Central Park Media and DuArt Film and Video. He has provided voices for a number of English adaptations of Japanese anime, as well as various animated series and video games. His most notable voice role has been the adult version of Goku in the Funimation dub of the Dragon Ball anime franchise.

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Totto Terebi - Netflix

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Drama series follows the life of actress Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

Totto Terebi - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-04-30

Totto Terebi - Kaidan Restaurant - Netflix

Kaidan Restaurant (怪談レストラン, Kaidan Resutoran) is a Japanese children's storybook series. The books take the form of horror anthologies, edited by Miyoko Matsutani and illustrated by Yoshikazu Takai and Kumiko Katō. As of 2007, there were 50 volumes published by Doshinsha. Over 8 million copies of the books have published so far. The books were adapted into a TV anime series by Toei Animation, which began airing in 2009. It derives its name from “kaidan”, which, here, loosely translates as “thriller” (from “kai”, meaning strange, mysterious, rare or bewitching apparition, and “dan”, meaning talk or recited narrative; a more direct translation would be a ghost or horror story). Rather than forming a linear plot, the anime follows the anthology format of the book and tells a collection of ghost stories similar to what would be traditionally told around a campfire. The anime was frequently among the 10 highest rated anime shows of the week in Japan. The series was adapted into a hybrid live-action and anime feature film in 2010 starring Ayano Kudo.

Totto Terebi - Main characters - Netflix

Ako Ōzora (大空 アコ, Ōzora Ako) Voiced by: Ryoko Shiraishi Currently attending Yamazakura Elementary School, Ako is frequently referred to as “Anko” by her friends and classmates. She is a bright and cheerful girl, who wants to write novels when she'll grow up. She doesn't have a fascination about ghost stories in general, but her will to always find out the truth doesn't let her walk away from a mystery. She is the first of her classmates to make friends with Sho after his transfer to Yamazakura. Shō Kōmoto (甲本 ショウ, Kōmoto Shō) Voiced by: Hiro Yuuki Sho is a new transfer student at Yamazakura, who has recently moved back to Japan. He is very handsome and is popular with the girls, although he likes being alone and doesn't have many friends. He loves ghost stories and has a whole room full of scary stories, he collects them from all around the world. He can also read rōmaji. Reiko Sakuma (佐久間 レイコ, Sakuma Reiko) Voiced by: Masumi Asano Reiko is the class representative for Ako's class. She has a strong defiance towards everything even seemingly supernatural, but still tags along every time it is concerned. Her reasons are revealed as the story progresses. Ghastly Garçon (おばけギャルソン, Obake Garuson) Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata The ghost garçon (waiter) is the manager of the Restaurant. He introduces every meal. He typically appears during the opening credits, and after the main course, to wrap up the show.

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Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman - Netflix

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By chance, Ryo has slipped from the 1980s into the future, and is trying to get back. In the interim, he's working for the police force of the future, solving cases by applying his unique and often comical approach. Koichi Mashimo, the chief director of this series, later went on to create The Irresponsible Captain Tylor.

Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 1983-01-09

Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman - Kazuyuki Sogabe - Netflix

Kazuyuki Sogabe (曽我部 和恭 (formerly 曽我部 和行) Sogabe Kazuyuki, April 16, 1948 – September 17, 2006) was a Japanese voice actor, actor and musician from Chiba Prefecture. During his life, he has been attached to Theatre Echo; he was attached to Aoni Production at the time of his death. He also served as guitarist for the band Slapstick, which he formed in 1977 with fellow voice actors Tōru Furuya and Toshio Furukawa. On December 31, 2000, Sogabe retired from voice acting when he felt a weakness in his own voice. After his retirement, his ongoing roles were replaced with other voice actors. Sogabe, however, was active in 2005, but died on September 17, 2006 at around 8 PM from esophageal cancer, with which he had been diagnosed two months before. He was 58 years old.

Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman - Theatrical animation - Netflix

Cyborg 009 (1980) (Cyborg 008) Mobile Suit Gundam (1981) (Commander Wakkein) Crusher Joe (1983) (Kirī) Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honneamise (1987) (Marty) Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (1988) (Lyle) Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! (1992) (Artificial Human No. 13)

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Ai Shite Night - Netflix

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Ai Shite Night is set in Osaka, and tells the story of Yaeko "Yakko" Mitamura, an 18 year old girl working in her father's Okonomiyaki restaurant.

Ai Shite Night - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 1983-03-01

Ai Shite Night - List of Genshiken episodes - Netflix

This is a list of episodes for the different anime adaptations of Genshiken.

Ai Shite Night - Genshiken 2 - Netflix

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Drifters - Netflix

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Shimazu Toyohisa is the real-life samurai who fought in the pivotal Battle of Sekigahara. In his dying moments, Shimazu is transported to a world of magic with other famous warriors throughout history. These warriors are forced to fight each other in an endless battle.

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Drifters - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-07

Drifters - The Shadows - Netflix

The Shadows (originally known as The Drifters) were an English instrumental rock group, and were Cliff Richard's backing band from 1958 to 1968, having also collaborated again on numerous reunion tours. The Shadows have placed 69 UK charted singles from the 1950s to the 2000s, 35 credited to the Shadows and 34 to Cliff Richard and the Shadows. The group, who were in the forefront of the UK beat-group boom, were the first backing band to emerge as stars. As pioneers of the four-member instrumental format, the band consisted of lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass guitar and drums. Their range covers pop, rock, surf rock and ballads with a jazz influence. The core members since 1958 have been Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch. Along with the Fender guitar, another cornerstone of the Shadows sound was the Vox amplifier. The Shadows, with Cliff Richard, dominated British popular music in the late 1950s and early 1960s in the years before the Beatles. The Shadows' number one hits included “Apache”, “Kon-Tiki”, “Wonderful Land”, “Foot Tapper” and “Dance On!”. Although they lost ground in the late '60s, the band had a second success from the late '70s. The Shadows are the third most successful act in the UK singles chart, behind Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Westlife and Cliff Richard. The Shadows and Cliff Richard & the Shadows each have had four No. 1 selling EPs.

Drifters - 1970s - Netflix

The group began 1970 by appearing on the BBC's review of the '60s music scene, Pop Go The Sixties, performing “Apache” and backing Richard on “Bachelor Boy”, broadcast across Europe and BBC1, on 31 December 1969. This was followed by Marvin and a reconstituted Shadows becoming resident guests on Richard's debut TV series for the BBC, It's Cliff Richard! The group were chosen by BBC Head of Light Entertainment Bill Cotton to perform the Song for Europe in the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest. The Shadows recorded six options, seen each week on a weekly television show It's Lulu, on BBC1 and hosted by Lulu, a former Eurovision winner. The group taped all six performances in the TV studio before the series itself began, with the video cut into the weekly show. For the presentation of the songs on week seven and the announcement of the result on week eight, the pre-recorded performances were run again. Two of the songs (“No, No Nina” and “This House Runs on Sunshine”) were co-written by members of the group. The public voted for “Let Me Be the One”, composed by Paul Curtis, to go to the Eurovision final in Stockholm. There, the group came second to the Dutch entry, Teach-In's “Ding-A-Dong”. Having long stepped out of Richard's shadow, this was a rare excursion into lyrics for a band known for instrumentals (although they had cut vocal tracks on most albums, plus some singles 'B' sides, and had two charting vocal singles in the '60s). Welch sang lead and let the world know when, forgetting a couple of words, he turned to colleagues and said “I knew it” in range of his microphone. Author and historian John Kennedy O'Connor notes in The Eurovision Song Contest – The Official History that they were not a popular choice to represent the UK and the viewers' postal vote was the lowest in 'Song For Europe' history. In 1976, EMI released a compilation album from 1962 to 1970: Rarities with sleeve notes by John Friesen. The first half of the album was by the Shadows and the second was from Marvin's solo career. Following the rare vocal single “It'll Be Me, Babe”, written and sung by Marvin & Farrar, Farrar left the band that year, amicably moving to the USA to produce Olivia Newton-John. Among her hits, Farrar wrote “You're the One That I Want” which was covered by the Shadows in 1979. The packaging of hits in Twenty Golden Greats by EMI in 1977, which lead to a number one album prompted the group to re-form once more for a 'Twenty Golden Dates' tour around the UK, featuring Francis Monkman from Sky on keyboards and Alan Jones on bass guitar. Francis left after that tour and the line-up settled as Marvin, Welch and Bennett, supplemented on records and gigs by Cliff Hall (keyboards) and Alan Jones (bass). It was this line-up that reunited with Cliff Richard for two concerts at the London Palladium in March 1978. Highlights of the concert, including four solo Shadows tracks, were released the following year on the top ten charting album Thank You Very Much. On the back of this The Shadows recorded an instrumental version of “Don't cry for me Argentina” from the west end production “Evita”, released as a single at the tail end of 1978 the record eventually reached number 5 in the singles chart thereby giving the group their first top ten single since the 1960s. In 1979, their version of “Cavatina” also became a top ten hit, and they recorded ten more tracks with Alan Jones on bass and Dave Lawson & Alan Hawkshaw sitting in on Keyboards for the album String of Hits on EMI which topped the album charts, the success of this mooted EMI to a follow-up album, akin to a 'String of Hits-volume 2', with 13 old tracks (including a Marvin solo track) and one unreleased track from the 'String of Hits' sessions plus selected tracks from albums released in 1967, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1975 and 1977 of cover versions of hit singles; this was eventually released as “Another String of Hot Hits” in 1980.

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Yo-Kai Watch - Netflix

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Yo-Kai Watch is an incredibly popular anime and video game series geared toward Japanese youngsters. Yo-Kai Watch is centered around a young boy who has the ability to see ghost-like creature called Yo-Kai. Not only that, but he has the ability to befriend them and summon them with a special watch, from which the series derives its name.

Yo-Kai Watch - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-08

Yo-Kai Watch - Yo-kai Watch 2 - Netflix

Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Yo-kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls are a pair of role-playing video games developed and published by Level-5 in Japan and Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The games are a sequel to 2013's Yo-kai Watch, and were released in July 2014 in Japan, and in North America and Australia in late 2016, and in Europe in 2017. Much like their predecessor, the games put players in an open world, befriending and battling various yōkai, which are ghosts and apparitions originating in Japanese folklore, that cause mischief in daily life. In Yo-kai Watch 2, the memories of the protagonists Nathan “Nate” Adams and Katie Forester are erased when their Yo-kai Watch is stolen, leaving them with no recollection of their past adventures. However, they soon stumble across their Yo-kai butler Whisper once again, and their adventures resume. Developed in the wake of the first game's rising popularity, Yo-kai Watch 2 became one of the most highly anticipated releases in Japan in 2014. Released to positive critical reception and an overwhelmingly successful commercial response, the games easily became two of the best-selling games on the Nintendo 3DS, boosted by the established popularity of the Yo-kai Watch anime series and various merchandising efforts. By February 2015, the games had sold 3.1 million copies. A third version of the game, Yo-kai Watch 2: Shin'uchi, was released in December 2014, which further expanded upon the changes introduced in the original versions of the game. By June 2015, Shinuchi had sold over 2.6 million copies. The game was released in English regions as Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters on September 29, 2017.

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Koe Koi - Netflix

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Yoshioka Yuiko begins the first grade in high school. She gets sick with the cold and stays in bed. At that time, she gets a phone call from class president Matsubara. Yuiko becomes flattered by his kind voice on the phone. The next day, she goes to school and meets Matsubara. He is a mysterious boy, wearing a paper bag over his head. Her high school days begin with pounding heart.

Koe Koi - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 31 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-08

Koe Koi - Nagareboshi to Koi no Ame - Netflix

“Nagareboshi to Koi no Ame” is a song recorded by Japanese R&B singer Toshinobu Kubota for his sixteenth studio album, Gold Skool (2011).

Koe Koi - Music video - Netflix

Kubota also shot a music video for “Nagareboshi to Koi no Ame”. The music video features Kubota in a room singing the song. The music video also uses music video clips from Kubota's previous music videos including “Ryuusei no Sadoru”, “La La La Love Song”, “Ahhhhh!”, “Dance If You Want It”, “Funk It Up”, and “Love Rain (Koi no Ame)”.

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Piano no Mori - Netflix

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A tranquil tale about two boys from very different upbringings. On one hand you have Kai, born as the son of a prostitute, who's been playing the abandoned piano in the forest near his home ever since he was young. And on the other you have Syuhei, practically breast-fed by the piano as the son of a family of prestigious pianists. Yet it is their common bond with the piano that eventually intertwines their paths in life.

Piano no Mori - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: None

Piano no Mori - Piano no Mori - Netflix

Piano no Mori: The Perfect World of Kai (ピアノの森 – The perfect world of KAI, lit. “Piano's Forest”) is a manga by Makoto Isshiki. It was serialized by Kodansha from 1998 to 2015, initially in Young Magazine Uppers before transferring to Weekly Morning. Serialization is irregular, and went on hiatus in 2002 before resuming in 2006. The series ended after 26 bound volumes. The series was adapted into a 2007 Japanese animated feature film by director Masayuki Kojima and production company Madhouse. The film featured performances by the renowned pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy. An anime television series adaptation produced by Gainax's Fukushima branch premiered on April 9, 2018 on NHK.

Piano no Mori - Manga - Netflix

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Troubleman - Netflix

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One day all of a sudden, a trouble befalls one man. That trouble snowballs into bigger troubles, one by one, pulling everyone around him in.

Troubleman - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 41 minutes

Premier: 2010-04-09

Troubleman - Jeremy Gara - Netflix

Jeremy Gara (born June 6, 1978) is a Canadian drummer from Ottawa, Ontario.

Troubleman - Career - Netflix

Gara currently (2017) is a member of the indie rock band Arcade Fire. He has played in many other bands in the past, including slowcore band Kepler and math rock band Weights and Measures. He also had a part in the eponymously-titled album Arizona Amp and Alternator, a project of musician Howe Gelb. He is endorsed by Istanbul Agop Cymbals and C&C Custom Drum Company. He has also been involved in the bands Clark, Snailhouse (with fellow Arcade Fire member Sarah Neufeld) and The New International Standards (with Arcade Fire members Richard Reed Parry and Tim Kingsbury). He recently played percussion on Owen Pallett's Heartland album (Pallett being a former member and regular contributor to Arcade Fire). As with other members of Arcade Fire, during live performances he often swaps instruments with other members of the band between songs, often taking on the role of an extra guitarist on certain songs. On 14 January 2016, Jeremy Gara announced he would release debut solo record 'Limn' on 11 March 2016 sharing the video for album track 'Divinity'. The album is a primarily composed of improvisation and is accompanied by artwork created by Gara.

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Kenja no Ai - Netflix

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Takanaka Mayuko is an editor of a literary magazine. She has been having secret rendezvous with Sawamura Naomi without the knowledge of his parents, Yuri and Ryoichi. Naomi is dependent on Mayuko and keeps seeking her. This is precisely Mayuko's "revenge" of two decades... 13-year-old Mayuko lived happily with her parents and Sawamura Ryoichi, a teenage boy she liked who stayed in a detached house on the grounds of their family estate. But her first love was stolen by Asakura Yuri, a new neighbour with whom she became fast friends. Little did Mayuko realise that Yuri wanted everything that was hers. One winter soon after they had become working adults, Yuri suddenly confessed that she was carrying Ryoichi's child and the couple got married. Mayuko was there to witness Yuri's childbirth and give a name to the boy at Yuri's insistence. She called him Naomi. -- Jdrama Weblog

Kenja no Ai - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-08-20

Kenja no Ai - List of PS one Classics (Japan) - Netflix

Kenja no Ai - See also - Netflix

Lists of Virtual Console games List of Xbox Originals High-definition remasters for PlayStation consoles List of PS one Classics (North America) List of PS one Classics (PAL region)

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Hibana: Spark - Netflix

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A dramatic series about friendship and conflict between two comedians who search for meaning in life and comedy. Based on the prize-winning book.

Hibana: Spark - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-03

Hibana: Spark - Seina Shimabukuro - Netflix

Seina Shimabukuro (島袋聖南, Shimabukuro Seina, born 4 April 1987) is a Japanese model and reality television star represented by Asia Promotion. She has also appeared in film and music videos.

Hibana: Spark - Works - Netflix

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Fudanshi Koukou Seikatsu - Netflix

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The comedy depicts the daily life of Sakaguchi, a high school boy and also a "fudanshi" who loves boys-love stories. Fudanshi is a wordplay on fujoshi (literally, "rotten girls") — the slang for women who love boys-love/yaoi stories.

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Fudanshi Koukou Seikatsu - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-05

Fudanshi Koukou Seikatsu - Toshiki Masuda - Netflix

Toshiki Masuda (増田 俊樹, Masuda Toshiki, born March 8, 1990) is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with Space Craft Group.

Fudanshi Koukou Seikatsu - BLCD - Netflix

Koi to Sei to Mahou no Sayou (2018) as Shouta Sakura (Mitsuaki Hoshina) Stray Bullet Baby (2018) as Kiyoharu Honna

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Un-Go - Netflix

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In a dystopian future, detective Shinjuurou Yuuki—known by some as the "Defeated Detective"—solves mysteries throughout Tokyo. Aided by his odd associate Inga, Shinjuurou's insight and ingenuity in cracking cases, particularly homicides, lead to numerous mysteries solved and culprits caught. However, his partner seems to have some other, more sinister intentions for the people they catch, and the truth of the assistant's identity and motivation is shrouded in secrecy.

Un-Go - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-10-13

Un-Go - United Nations Human Rights Council - Netflix

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is a United Nations body whose mission is to promote and protect human rights around the world. The UNHRC has 47 members elected for staggered three-year terms on a regional group basis. The 38th session of the UNHRC began June 18, 2018. It will end on July 7, 2018. The headquarters of UNHRC is in Geneva, Switzerland. The UNHRC investigates allegations of breaches of human rights in UN member states, and addresses important thematic human rights issues such as freedom of association and assembly, freedom of expression, freedom of belief and religion, women's rights, LGBT rights, and the rights of racial and ethnic minorities. The UNHRC was established by the UN General Assembly on March 15, 2006 (by resolution A/RES/60/251) to replace the UN Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR, herein CHR) that had been strongly criticised for allowing countries with poor human rights records to be members. UN Secretaries General Kofi Annan and Ban Ki-moon, former president of the council Doru Costea, the European Union, Canada, and the United States have accused the UNHRC of focusing disproportionately on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and many allege an anti-Israel bias- the Council has resolved more resolutions condemning Israel than the rest of the world combined. The UNHRC works closely with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and engages the UN’s special procedures.

Un-Go - 2006 Lebanon conflict - Netflix

At its Second Special Session in August 2006, the Council announced the establishment of a High-Level Commission of Inquiry charged with probing allegations that Israel systematically targeted and killed Lebanese civilians during the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict. The resolution was passed by a vote of 27 in favour to 11 against, with 8 abstentions. Before and after the vote several member states and NGOs objected that by targeting the resolution solely at Israel and failing to address Hezbollah attacks on Israeli civilians, the Council risked damaging its credibility. The members of the Commission of Inquiry, as announced on September 1, 2006, were Clemente Baena Soares of Brazil, Mohamed Chande Othman of Tanzania, and Stelios Perrakis of Greece. The Commission noted that its report on the conflict would be incomplete without fully investigating both sides, but that “the Commission is not entitled, even if it had wished, to construe [its charter] as equally authorizing the investigation of the actions by Hezbollah in Israel”, as the Council had explicitly prohibited it from investigating the actions of Hezbollah.

Un-Go - References - Netflix

Nanase Futatabi - Netflix

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Nanase is a girl with the ability to read people's minds. In this suspense story, together with her friends she tries to save others from danger.

Nanase Futatabi - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2008-10-09

Nanase Futatabi - Eriko Sato - Netflix

Eriko Sato (佐藤 江梨子, Satō Eriko, born December 19, 1981) is a Japanese actress. She is also a former gravure idol and made her debut in 1998.

Nanase Futatabi - Filmography - Netflix

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Majin Bone - Netflix

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Anime adaptation of Majin Bone, a digital card game project.\ \ Majin, the creator of the Universe, has been resurrected in the present day. Shougo Ryuujin, an ordinary high school student who transforms into the Bone Fighter Dragonbone with the Bone Card in order to save Earth. Together, with the other White Bone warriors take a stand against the Dark Bone, a foe that has appeared from darkness to devastate Earth. However, "could the true enemy be ourselves?"

Majin Bone - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2014-04-01

Majin Bone - Ai Kobayashi - Netflix

Ai Kobayashi (小林愛, Kobayashi Ai, born May 25, 1973) is a Japanese voice actress from Adachi, Tokyo. She is affiliated with HeaT.

Majin Bone - Filmography - Netflix

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Buzzer Beater - Netflix

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Hideyoshi is a homeless boy living in New York in the near future, who survives by hustling other kids in basketball games. But now he's been drafted into a pro team-a pro team with a very unique goal. There once was a time when humans dominated the game of basketball. But times have changed, and now the physically superior alien players have taken over the game, and there are barely any human players next. But Hideyoshi's team-the first all-human team to compete in the Space League-intends to change all that, and bring the championship back home to Earth.

Buzzer Beater - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2005-02-05

Buzzer Beater - Collin Sexton - Netflix

Collin Sexton (born January 4, 1999) is an American professional basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Alabama Crimson Tide. In January 2017 Sexton was selected as a McDonald's All-American. He was selected with the 8th pick in the 2018 NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Buzzer Beater - Professional career - Netflix

Sexton was selected with the 8th overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2018 NBA draft.

Buzzer Beater - References - Netflix

Happy Marriage!? - Netflix

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Takanashi Chiwa is an office lady who works part-time at a club because she is in debt. One day, she gets into a quarrel with a wealthy and handsome customer who came to the club and is fired. The next day, a depressed Chiwa is summoned by her boss and finds the rude man from the day before down there. This man's name is Mamiya Hokuto. Hokuto suddenly proposes a contract marriage with Chiwa. Although Chiwa is initially resistant to the idea, she has no choice but to accept. The two of them overcome all sorts of troubles to become a real couple.

Happy Marriage!? - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2016-06-22

Happy Marriage!? - Happy, Happy - Netflix

Happy, Happy (Norwegian: Sykt lykkelig) is a 2010 Norwegian comedy film directed by Anne Sewitsky. The film was selected as the Norwegian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Happy Marriage!? - Plot - Netflix

Kaja (Agnes Kittelsen) is a school teacher living in the countryside with her husband, Eirick, and son. Despite the fact that her husband is cold to her, she maintains a cheerful happy-go-lucky disposition and tries her best to please him. A couple from Denmark, Elisabeth and Sigve, come to live in the neighbouring house with their adopted son Noa. Kaja is in awe of Elisabeth and is impressed that the couple are so together and have such a strong bond. The four play a game during which the couples must answer questions to reveal how well they know each other; Kaya becomes upset when she and Eirick fail to get a single question right. Kaja begins crying saying that they never have sex, which Eirick blames on her yeast infection. Alone with Sigve, Kaja apologizes for her outburst explaining that she wishes that she and Eirick were more like Elisabeth and Sigve. Sigve reveals that things are not as perfect as they seem as the two have moved to the country to rebuild their marriage after Elisabeth had an affair. In response Kaja kisses Sigve and then performs oral sex on him. Kaja and Sigve embark on an affair which leaves Kaja sexually fulfilled. She joins Elisabeth and Sigve's choir and tries to initiate sex with her husband only to be shut down. One day, while leaving Kaja's home, Sigve is joined on his jog by Eirick. The two men talk about their past lives as bachelors and when Sigve remarks that they deserve better Eirick misinterprets his meaning and kisses him, only to be rebuffed. Eventually Elisabeth spies Kaja flirting and touching Sigve. She confronts him about his affair and he tells her that he enjoys feeling needed. Elisabeth then tells Eirick what has happened causing him to attack Sigve. As a result Sigve moves into Kaja's home. Elisabeth briefly invites Eirick to stay with her but after an uncomfortable and awkward attempt at sex she kicks him out again. Kaja and Sigve host a Christmas dinner for the children inviting Elisabeth. After Elisabeth gets drunk she confesses to Sigve that she misses him and asks him to come home. He kisses her and the two are caught by Kaja. She realizes that Sigve will always love Elisabeth and that all she ever really wanted was to be loved by Eirick, who she now realizes is gay. Sigve leaves to go home with Elisabeth and Eirick comes back and asks to move back in swearing he will never leave Kaja and will be a better husband. Kaja tells him she is leaving him. Elisabeth and Sigve pack up their things and say goodbye to Kaja and Eirick. Eirick meanwhile moves into their home so that he can be close to Kaja and their son while the two of them start separate lives.

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Mou Hitotsu no Mirai wo - Netflix

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The short takes place at the KDDI R&D laboratory, where scientists are creating a telephone that can call the future, but an incident occurs when they are using the phone.

Mou Hitotsu no Mirai wo - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 8 minutes

Premier: 2013-12-11

Mou Hitotsu no Mirai wo - Marina Inoue - Netflix

Marina Inoue (井上 麻里奈, Inoue Marina, born January 20, 1985 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She was signed onto Sony Music Entertainment Japan's Aniplex division until 2007. As for her voice acting career, she is employed by Sigma Seven. Inoue made her debut as a voice actress and singer after she was chosen out of 2,000 people from the “Gonna be a star” auditions (hosted by Sony Music Entertainment Japan) for the title role in the OVA Le Portrait de Petit Cossette.

Mou Hitotsu no Mirai wo - Singles - Netflix

Mou Hitotsu no Mirai wo - References - Netflix

Softenni - Netflix

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The tennis comedy centers around the members of a female middle school soft tennis team and the twists and turns that their lives take as they aim for the nationals.

Softenni - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-07

Softenni - Sayuri Yahagi - Netflix

Sayuri Yahagi (矢作 紗友里, Yahagi Sayuri, born September 22, 1986 in Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with I'm Enterprise. She has also been the narrator of Animax since October 2007.

Softenni - Dubbing - Netflix

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Gotham City Breakout – Harley Quinn

Softenni - References - Netflix

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits - Netflix

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Since one "heroine warrior" of a local city in Japan has attracted huge popularity and become a national star, other cities have also started having their own "heroine warriors." Now the most popular heroines' action live shows are the nationally popular contents among Japanese people. On the other hand, Hinano-city, which is a fruit production area, has failed to keep up with the trend. Misaki Shirogane, a high school girl who loves the city, is suggested by her aunt, the governor of the prefecture who has also felt a sense of danger in this situation, decides to produce Hinano-city's own action heroine theatrical company.

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 20 minutes

Premier: 2017-07-06

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits - Haruka Shiraishi - Netflix

Haruka Shiraishi (白石 晴香, Shiraishi Haruka, born April 8, 1995) is a Japanese actress and voice actress from Tokyo. She is affiliated with Hirata Office.

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits - Video Games - Netflix

Himouto! Umaru-chan: Himōto! Ikusei Keikaku (2015), Kirie Motoba Racing Musume (2015), Asuna Ban Yome Collection (2016), Kirie Motoba

Action Heroine Cheer Fruits - References - Netflix

Kemonozume - Netflix

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A race of cannibal monsters called the Shokujinki exists and it is the job of the Kifuuken, an elite group of beast-hunters, to stop them. Toshihiko Momota, an expert swordsman and son of the Kifuuken organization's leader, unexpectedly falls in love at first sight with a beautiful girl named Yuka. However, the couple's relationship is much more complicated than it seems at first glance, for Yuka is a Shokujinki.

Kemonozume - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 23 minutes

Premier: 2006-08-05

Kemonozume - Madhouse (company) - Netflix

Madhouse Inc. (株式会社マッドハウス, Kabushiki-gaisha Maddohausu) is a Japanese animation studio, founded in 1972 by ex–Mushi Pro animators, including Masao Maruyama, Osamu Dezaki, Rintaro, and Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Madhouse has created and helped to produce many well-known shows, OVAs and films, starting with TV anime series Ace o Nerae! (produced by Tokyo Movie) in 1973, and including Wicked City, Ninja Scroll, Perfect Blue, Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, Trigun, Di Gi Charat, Black Lagoon, Death Note, Paprika, Wolf Children and the first season of One-Punch Man. Unlike other studios founded at this time such as AIC and J.C.Staff, their strength was and is primarily in TV shows and theatrical features. Expanding from the initial Mushi Pro staff, Madhouse recruited such important directors as Morio Asaka, Masayuki Kojima, and Satoshi Kon during the 1990s. Their staff roster expanded in the 2000s to include Mamoru Hosoda, Takeshi Koike, and Mitsuo Iso, as well as many younger television directors. The studio was also responsible for the first Beyblade anime series as well as the Dragon Drive anime, and the 2011 anime adaptation of Hunter × Hunter. The studio often collaborates with known manga artists, including Naoki Urasawa and Clamp. Madhouse produced adaptations of Urasawa's YAWARA!, Master Keaton and Monster, with Masayuki Kojima helming the later two. The company has animated a number of CLAMP's titles, including Tokyo Babylon, two versions of X (a theatrical movie and a TV series), Cardcaptor Sakura, Chobits, and CLAMP in Wonderland.

Kemonozume - 2000–2005 - Netflix

Boogiepop Phantom (2000) Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran (2000) Hidamari no Ki (2000) Sakura Wars (2000) Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! (2000–2002) Beyblade (2001) Galaxy Angel (2001–2004) Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars (2001) Chance Pop Session (2001) Magical Meow Meow Taruto (2001) X (2001–2002) Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution (2002) Chobits (2002) Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (2002) Pita-Ten (2002) Dragon Drive (2002–2003) Hanada Shōnen Shi (2002–2003) Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat (2002) Rizelmine (2002) Mirage of Blaze (2002) Ninja Scroll: The Series (2003) Texhnolyze (2003) Gungrave (2003–2004) Gunslinger Girl (2003–2004) Uninhabited Planet Survive! (2003–2004) Di Gi Charat Nyo! (2003–2004) Gokusen (2004) Jubei-chan: The Counter Attack of Siberia Yagyu (2004) Paranoia Agent (2004) Tenjho Tenge (2004) Monster (2004–2005) BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (2004–2005) Sweet Valerian (2004) Strawberry 100% (2005) Akagi (2005–2006) Paradise Kiss (2005) Oku-sama wa Joshi Kōsei (2005)

Kemonozume - References - Netflix

Urahara - Netflix

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Rito, Mari and Kotoko are three high school girls that are putting together a limited-time shop called "PARK" in Japan's Harajuku. One day, aliens come to Earth with the intent to steal the famed district's culture. At the same time, a mysterious girl appears. The three girls band together to defeat the alien threat and protect their beloved Harajuku.

Urahara - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2017-10-04

Urahara - Manaka Iwami - Netflix

Manaka Iwami (石見 舞菜香, Iwami Manaka, born April 30, 1998) Is a Japanese voice actress from Saitama. She is affiliated with Pro-Fit.

Urahara - Anime - Netflix

Children of the Whales (2017), Rikosu Gamers! (2017), Chiaki Hoshinomori New Game!! (2017), Hotaru Hoshikawa Re:Creators (2017), Talker, Erina Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?, Nyx Seniorious, Lakhesh Tsuki ga Kirei (2017), Miyamoto Aira Urahara (2017), Kotoko Watatsumugi Yuki Yuna is a Hero: Washio Sumi Chapter Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi (2018), Chibi Tada-kun wa Koi o Shinai (2018), Teresa Wagner Rokuhōdō Yotsuiro Biyori (2018), Kotsuru Tenshin (ep. 2, 7)

Urahara - References - Netflix

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime - Netflix

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Shirayuki was a young girl born with unique apple-red hair. She meets a famous but foolish Prince Raji, who falls in love with her at first sight and orders her to become his concubine. With nowhere else to go, Shirayuki cuts her hair and escapes to a neighboring country. While traversing through the forests, she meets a young boy, Zen, who helps her after she boldly cures his wounds but then gets poisoned by an apple given to Shirayuki. Meanwhile, Prince Raji sends out henchmen to search for her. What will happen to Shirayuki? What is Zen's true character? A refreshing fantasy story between an optimistic heroine and a prince who constantly stays on her watch.

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-07-07

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime - 2016 in anime - Netflix

Events in 2016 in anime.

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime - TV animation series - Netflix

A list of anime television series that debuted between 1 January and 31 December 2016.

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime - References - Netflix

Grisaia no Kajitsu - Netflix

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Mihama Academy—on the surface, a closed learning environment established to nurture students who find themselves at odds with the world around them; in actuality, an orchard-cum-prison built to preserve fruit that has fallen too far from its tree. Yet with the arrival of the institute's first male student, the nearly preposterously opaque Kazami Yuuji, the students at Mihama begin to fall out of step with their predetermined rhythms. Will Yuuji prove to be the element the girls around him needed to take hold of their lives once more, or will the weight of their pasts prove too steep a wall to overcome?

Grisaia no Kajitsu - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2014-10-05

Grisaia no Kajitsu - Hiroko Taguchi - Netflix

Hiroko Taguchi (田口宏子, Taguchi Hiroko, born March 29, 1974), is a Japanese voice actress from Kanagawa Prefecture who is attached to Haikyo. She sometimes goes by several pseudonyms, including "Sakura Takatsuki (鷹月さくら, Takatsuki Sakura), Rika Fujiwara (藤原理加, Fujiwara Rika), Momiji Akizuki (秋月もみじ, Akizuki Momiji) and Kōri Natsuno (夏野こおり, Natsuno Kōri).

Grisaia no Kajitsu - Internet Animation - Netflix

Ayumayu Gekijou as Kagami Sumika

Grisaia no Kajitsu - References - Netflix

Noir - Netflix

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"Make a pilgrimage for the past with me." It is these words, together with a haunting melody from her past, that draw professional assassin Mireille Bouquet into a partnership with Japanese schoolgirl Kirika Yumura, an amnesiac whose instinctive killing skills match Mireille's own abilities. Pursued by relentless and vigilant foes, Kirika and Mireille form a partnership code-named Noir, and begin a quest to discover the truths of their pasts, truths that could lead to their deaths.

Noir - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2001-04-06

Noir - Colion Noir - Netflix

Colion Noir (born Collins Iyare Idehen Jr.) is an American gun rights activist, member of the National Rifle Association, and host of the NRA web series NOIR. He has over 74 million views on his YouTube channel, as of January 2018, and over 595,000 subscribers to his channel, as of January 2018. In 2013, the NRA recruited him to appear in NRA News videos in subsequent months. Later that year, he appeared at its convention in Houston. Since then, he has become the NRA's “most prominent black commentator”, as The Guardian described him in 2017.

Noir - Early life - Netflix

Noir was born Collins Iyare Idehen Jr. An only child, his parents were an executive chef and a registered nurse, both of whom immigrated to the United States from Nigeria. He spent his formative years in Houston, Texas.

Noir - References - Netflix

The Law of Ueki - Netflix

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Kousuke Ueki, a student of the Hinokuni Junior High School, is picked by a Celestial King Candidate, Koba-sen, to participate in a competition where people battle out to become the Celestial King and only the strongest will prevail. Embodied with the ability to turn garbage into trees, Kousuke will be joining in the battle against other junior high school students in this selection. This sets the premise for the earth-friendly battle where the students will pit their powers against the rest, with a reward of the Blank Talent giving motive for students to win.

The Law of Ueki - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2005-04-04

The Law of Ueki - Tsubasa Fukuchi - Netflix

Tsubasa Fukuchi (福地翼, Fukuchi Tsubasa, born February 7, 1980) is a Japanese manga artist, best known for being the creator of The Law of Ueki and its sequel, The Law of Ueki Plus. His most recent manga, Anagle Mole, debuted in 2011 on Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The Law of Ueki was adapted into a 51 episode anime series. Manga artists Ato Sakurai (author of Artist Acro) and Ryō Azuchi (author of Softenni) were once his assistants.

The Law of Ueki - Early life - Netflix

Tsubasa Fukuchi was born in Tochigi Prefecture, north of Tokyo. He won his first prize in 1998, at Manga College contest with his work Kōderi at the age of 18. Fukuchi began his professional career in 2001 with The Law of Ueki.

The Law of Ueki - References - Netflix

Ixion Saga DT - Netflix

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The game and anime follow Kon Hokaze, a boy who embarks on a journey from our world to an alternate world known as Mira, which is full a mysterious energy known as Alma. After saving Princess Ecarlate from attackers, he soon finds himself in the middle of a struggle around Alma.

(Source: MyAnimeList)

Ixion Saga DT - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-08

Ixion Saga DT - Yūki Kaji - Netflix

Yūki Kaji (梶 裕貴, Kaji Yūki, born September 3, 1985) is a Japanese voice actor and singer affiliated with the agency VIMS. He has voiced many notable roles such as Eren Yeager in Attack on Titan, Shu Ouma in Guilty Crown, Alibaba in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, Issei Hyodo in High School DxD, Clemont in Pokémon XY, Meliodas in The Seven Deadly Sins, Yukine in Noragami, Speed-O'Sound Sonic in One-Punch Man, Kanato Sakamaki in Diabolik Lovers and Todoroki Shōto in My Hero Academia. He was part of the four-unit singing group G.Addict, which was part of the Goulart Knights project, and has acted as one of the main protagonists in the movie Kami Voice: The Voice Makes a Miracle. He won the Best Rookie Actor Award in the 3rd Seiyu Awards in 2009 and marked the first voice actor in Japan to win the Best Voice Actor Award two years consecutively in the 7th Seiyu Awards and 8th Seiyu Awards in 2013 and 2014. He has also been hosting the web radio show Yūki Kaji's Monologue (梶裕貴のひとりごと Kaji Yūki no Hitorigoto) since March 2014. As of April 2017, his own variety show, Kaji100! ~The 100 things Kaji Yuki wants to do~ began its broadcast on the Nitteleplus channel.

Ixion Saga DT - Accolades - Netflix

Ixion Saga DT - References - Netflix

Examurai Sengoku - Netflix

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The Examurai Sengoku anime production depicts the members of the EXILE group as futuristic samurai that are transported back in time to Japan's sengoku (warring states) period. The anime character renditions of the EXILE members were designed by manga creator Hiroshi Takahashi (Crows, Worst).

Examurai Sengoku - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2009-01-11

Examurai Sengoku - Hiroshi Takahashi (artist) - Netflix

Hiroshi Takahashi (高橋 ヒロシ, Takahashi Hiroshi, born 12 December 1965) is a Japanese manga artist.

Examurai Sengoku - Manga - Netflix

Hey! Riki (1989) - debut work Crows(1990 - 1998) serialized in Monthly Shōnen Champion Crows Gaiden Kiku (1992 - 1993), serialized in Weekly Shōnen Champion QP (1998 - 2000), serialized in Young King Worst (2001 - 2013) serialized in Monthly Shōnen Champion Worst Gaiden Jank Runk Family (ジャンク・ランク・ファミリー, janku ranku famirī) (September 2016 -) , serialized in Young Champion

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S: The Last Policeman - Netflix

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The NPS (Nationai Police Safetyrescue) was formed to combat extreme crimes like terrorism, which is beyond the scope of the ordinary police force. Their purpose is to catch criminals alive. The elite members in the police organization formed NPS to strengthen the authority of SAT (Special Assault Team). When the NPS cannot solve a crime then they send in SAT. When SAT succeeds their authority strengthens.

Ichigo is a member of NPS. He is a former boxer, but became a police officer at the age of 23. In his second year as a police officer, he was scouted by the NPS. His strength is hand to hand combat at close range. He is also blunt with strangers.

Iori is a member of SAT. He is the best shooter in the group and possesses a calm and steady personality. Ichigo and Iori, with their different personalities, find themselves having constant conflicts.

S: The Last Policeman - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-12

S: The Last Policeman - Hiroyuki Ikeuchi - Netflix

Hiroyuki Ikeuchi (池内 博之, Ikeuchi Hiroyuki, born November 24, 1976) is a Japanese actor. Hiroyuki's father is Japanese and his mother is from El Salvador. Ikeuchi is an avid martial artist, mostly holding a black belt in judo and is also a keen fisherman.

S: The Last Policeman - Television - Netflix

GTO (1998) Beautiful Life (1999) Shinsengumi! (2004) - Kusaka Genzui Tatta Hitotsu no Koi (2006) Sengoku Jieitai: Sekigahara no Tatakai (2006) Bambino (2007) Yae no Sakura (2013) - Kajiwara Heima HERO 2 (2014) Kaitō Yamaneko (2016) - Katsuaki Inui

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Urawa no Usagi-chan - Netflix

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Urawa no Usagi-chan is an original series centered around the daily lives of 8 girls in junior high school in Saitama prefecture's Urawa district. Usagi, Tokiwa, Minami, Sakura, Midori, Kojika, Saiko, Misono - Enjoy watching their unique personalities play off against each other as their fun-filled school life unfolds.

Urawa no Usagi-chan - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2015-04-10

Urawa no Usagi-chan - Asami Seto - Netflix

Asami Seto (瀬戸 麻沙美, Seto Asami, born April 2, 1993) is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Sigma Seven. Her debut role was as Yoshino Takatsuki in Wandering Son, with major roles including Chihaya Ayase in Chihayafuru, Shoko Sashinami in Valvrave the Liberator, Asagi Aiba in Strike the Blood and Konatsu Miyamoto in Tari Tari.

Urawa no Usagi-chan - Anime - Netflix

2011 Wandering Son as Yoshino Takatsuki Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day as young Atsumu Matsuyuki Chihayafuru as Chihaya Ayase Dog Days as Amelita Tremper Ro-Kyu-Bu! as Kagetsu Hakamada 2012 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne as Lan Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic as Ri Seishun Senki Zesshō Symphogear as Aoi Tomosato Tari Tari as Konatsu Miyamoto 2013 Aikatsu! as Raichi Hoshimiya, Shion Kamiya, and Mako Miyamoto C3-Bu as Rin Haruna Chihayafuru 2 as Chihaya Ayase Cuticle Detective Inaba as Natsuki Ro-Kyu-Bu! SS as Kagetsu Hakamada Strike the Blood as Asagi Aiba Valvrave the Liberator as Shōko Sashinami Valvrave the Liberator 2nd Season as Shōko Sashinami 2014 Atelier Escha & Logy as Wilbell voll Erslied Baby Steps as Himeko Sasami Double Circle as Akane Haikyū!! as Yui Michimiya Magical Warfare as Kurumi Isoshima Selector Infected WIXOSS as Iona Urasoe Selector Spread WIXOSS as Iona “Yuki” Urasoe Witch Craft Works as Ayaka Kagari 2015 Baby Steps Season 2 as Himeko Sasami Charlotte as Medoki Death Parade as Chiyuki Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma as Miyoko Hōjō Monster Musume as Kii Overlord as CZ2128 Delta Tokyo Ghoul √A as Akira Mado Urawa no Usagi-chan as Usagi Takasago Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid as Charlotte Scherzen 2016 Bungō Stray Dogs as Ichiyō Higuchi Haruchika as Naoko Serizawa Honobono Log as various characters Kuromukuro as Mika Ogino Macross Delta as Mirage Farina Jenius Norn9 as Nanami Shiranui Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars as Ingrid Tiesto 2017 A Centaur's Life as Rino Kimihara Granblue Fantasy The Animation as Jessica Hitorijime My Hero as Kaide-sensei Natsume's Book of Friends 6 as Takuma Tsukiko Pokémon Sun and Moon as Junsar 2018 B: the Beginning as Lily Hoshina Katana Maidens as Yukari Origami Kokkoku as Shoko Majima Lost Song as Monica Rukkusu Ongaku Shōjo as Eri Kumagai Overlord II as CZ2128 Delta Seishun Buta Yarō as Mai Sakurajima Sunohara-Sō no Kanrinin-san as Sumire Yamanashi The Seven Heavenly Virtues, Uriel Tokyo Ghoul:re as Akira Mado 2019 Chihayafuru 3 as Chihaya Ayase

Urawa no Usagi-chan - References - Netflix

Nanase Futatabi - Netflix

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Nanase is a girl with the ability to read people's minds. In this suspense story, together with her friends she tries to save others from danger.

Nanase Futatabi - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2008-10-09

Nanase Futatabi - Dante Carver - Netflix

Dante Carver (born January 17, 1977 in Brooklyn, New York) is an African-American actor working in Japan. He moved to Japan in 2005, and became well known following his appearance in a series of TV commercials for SoftBank Mobile from 2006 in which he first played the Japanese-speaking “Yosō Guy” (予想GUY) character (the name being a pun on yosōgai (予想外), the Japanese for “unexpected”), and later the older brother of the character played by Aya Ueto as part of the fictional “White family” headed by a white Hokkaido dog. In 2008, Carver was voted the most popular male actor in a TV commercial in Japan, beating Takuya Kimura, who had previously held the top position for eight consecutive years.

Nanase Futatabi - TV series - Netflix

Kaze ni Maiagaru Vinyl Sheet (風に舞いあがるビニールシート) (NHK, May 2009–), UNHCR worker “Be Pon Kiki” ([Fuji TV], April 2008~) “Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge” (ヤマトナデシコ七変化) ([TBS], April - March 2010) (Episode 10)

Nanase Futatabi - References - Netflix

Panzer World Galient - Netflix

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Prince Jorudi with his brother Hai Sharutatto are fighting against their father, Madaru, with his evil world domination ambition using giant robots. However, both Prince Jorudi and his brother's goal might not be the same even though they are both fighting their father, a tryrant. While Prince Jorudi goals is to save the world from his father ambition, Hai Sharutatto plans to take over his father's place and therefore he sees Jorudi and their sister, Chururu as nothing but rivals. Legend tells of a mysterious avenger, known as the Iron Giant will overthrow the tyrant.

Panzer World Galient - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1984-10-05

Panzer World Galient - Sunrise (company) - Netflix

Sunrise Inc. (株式会社サンライズ, Kabushiki gaisha Sanraizu) is a Japanese animation studio and production company which is a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings. Its former name was Nippon Sunrise and, before that, Sunrise Studios. Its headquarters is in Suginami, Tokyo. One of Japan's largest and best-known studios, Sunrise is renowned for critically praised and popular original anime series such as Gundam, Cowboy Bebop, Space Runaway Ideon, Armored Trooper Votoms, Yoroiden Samurai Troopers, Future GPX Cyber Formula, Crush Gear Turbo, The Vision of Escaflowne, Love Live School Idol Project, Witch Hunter Robin, My-HiME, My-Otome, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Tiger & Bunny, Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon, as well as its numerous adaptations of acclaimed light novels including Dirty Pair, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere and Accel World, and manga such as City Hunter, Inuyasha, Outlaw Star, Yakitate!! Japan, Planetes, Keroro Gunso, Gin Tama, and Kekkaishi. Many of Sunrise's original anime have similar themes, including mecha and masked identities, accompanied by fluid animation. Many fans refer to the quality of their work as “Sunrise Smooth”. Most of their work are original titles created in-house by their creative staff under a collective pseudonym, Hajime Yatate. They also operated a defunct video-game studio, Sunrise Interactive. Sunrise launched a light-novel publisher, Yatate Bunko Imprint, on September 30, 2016 to publish original titles and supplement their existing franchises with new materials. Anime created by Sunrise which have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix are Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979 and the first half of 1980, Space Runaway Ideon in the second half of 1980, Crusher Joe (a co-production with Studio Nue) in 1983, Dirty Pair in 1985, Future GPX Cyber Formula in 1991, Gundam SEED in 2002, Gundam SEED Destiny in 2004 and 2005, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion in 2006 and 2007 and Code Geass R2 in 2008, making Sunrise the studio which won the largest number of Animage Awards.

Panzer World Galient - International distribution - Netflix

Most anime produced by Sunrise and Bandai and licensed by Bandai Visual in Japan was licensed and distributed in the United States by Bandai Entertainment and in Europe by Beez Entertainment, but both companies shut down in 2012 after Bandai Entertainment's restructuring. In North America, distributors such as Funimation, Viz Media, Sentai Filmworks, NIS America and Aniplex of America have licensed Sunrise properties. In Europe, Anime Limited and Manga Entertainment (in the UK) and Kazé (in France) have begun to distribute titles distributed by Beez and other unreleased Sunrise productions. In Australia, Sunrise productions are licensed and distributed by Madman Entertainment. At Anime Boston 2013, Sunrise confirmed that they would begin licensing anime in North America and were negotiating with Sentai, Funimation, and Viz to distribute their titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Right Stuf agreed to distribute and re-release Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn on DVD in North America. In 2014 the deal expanded, releasing the Gundam previously licensed by Bandai Entertainment (Mobile Suit Gundam, Turn A Gundam) and several works not released in North America (including Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ) in 2015.

Panzer World Galient - References - Netflix

Higashi no Eden - Netflix

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On November 22, 2010 ten missiles strike Japan. However, this unprecedented terrorist act, later to be known as "Careless Monday," does not result in any apparent victims, and is soon forgotten by almost everyone. Then, 3 months later... Saki Morimi is a young woman currently in the United States of America on her graduation trip. But just when she is in front of the White House, Washington DC, she gets into trouble, and only the unexpected intervention of one of her fellow countrymen saves her. However, this man, who introduces himself as Akira Takizawa, is a complete mystery. He appears to have lost his memory, is stark naked, except for the gun he holds in one hand, and the mobile phone he's holding in the other. A phone that is charged with 8,200,000,000 yen in digital cash.

Also called "Eden of the East".

Higashi no Eden - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2009-04-09

Higashi no Eden - Jun Matsumoto - Netflix

Jun Matsumoto (松本 潤, Matsumoto Jun, born August 30, 1983), often called by the portmanteau nickname MatsuJun (松潤), is a Japanese singer, actor, radio host, dancer and model. He is a member of the boy band Arashi and is best known to Japanese television drama audiences for his portrayal as Tsukasa Dōmyōji in the Hana Yori Dango series, in which he won GQ Japan's Man Of The Year Award under the singer/actor category for his work in the drama. Matsumoto began his career in the entertainment industry when he joined the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates in 1996 at the age of 12. Prior to his debut as a singer with Arashi in 1999, Matsumoto started an acting career when he was cast as Teddy Duchamp for the stage play Stand by Me, which was based on the film of the same name. Since then, he has gone on to appear in numerous dramas and movies, receiving a number of awards and nominations for his roles.

Higashi no Eden - Other ventures - Netflix

Higashi no Eden - References - Netflix

Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories - Netflix

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Akin to TV Tokyo's Folktales from Japan, YAMISHIBAI: JAPANESE GHOST STORIES takes a narrative format to explore the rich occult history from Japan, moreover, the storytelling techniques in this brand new series will mimic kamishibai – a traditional storytelling technique inspired by the artistic usage of paper figures and scrolls. "Yamishibai is a picture-story style of animation whose motif is surrounded and based off the rumors, and urban legends throughout the history of Japan."

Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2013-07-15

Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories - Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories - Netflix

Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories also known in Japan as Yami Shibai (闇芝居, Yami Shibai, lit. Dark Play) and Theater of Darkness is a 2013 Japanese animated series. The first season was directed by Tomoya Takashima, with scripts written by Hiromu Kumamoto and produced by ILCA. Each episode was animated in such a way so as to mimic the kamishibai method of story-telling. The series is organized into a collection of shorts with each episode being only a few minutes in length. Each episode features a different tale based on myths and urban legends of Japanese origin. The first season premiered on TV Tokyo on July 14, 2013, and ran for thirteen episodes until September 29, 2013; it spawned a host of merchandise and a mobile game while also receiving mixed reactions at the end of its broadcast. A second season aired from July 6, 2014, to September 28, 2014, and was directed by both Takashi Shimizu and Noboru Iguchi along with scripts written by Shōichirō Masumoto. The third season aired between January 11, 2016, and April 3, 2016. A fourth season aired between January 16, 2017 and March 26, 2017. A fifth season aired on July 2, 2017 and ended on October 1, 2017.

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Kiseijuu - Netflix

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One day, high school boy Shinichi wakes up to find that his hand has been possesses by a talking alien parasite Although he and his parasite are able to form a reluctant symbiotic relationship of sorts, the other parasites on Earth have taken over their hosts' bodies completely. Moreover, there are brutal murders happening all across the country. And while the police are baffled as they look for a killer, Shinichi is the only one who knows the truth: It's not a serial killer. It's the parasites feeding on human flesh.

Kiseijuu - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-10-09

Kiseijuu - Parasyte - Netflix

Parasyte (Japanese: 寄生獣, Hepburn: Kiseijū, lit. “Parasitic Beasts”) is a science fiction horror manga series written and illustrated by Hitoshi Iwaaki, and published in Kodansha's Afternoon magazine from 1988 to 1995. The manga was published in North America by first Tokyopop, then Del Rey, and finally Kodansha Comics. The manga has been adapted into two live-action films in Japan in 2014 and 2015. An anime television series adaptation by Madhouse, titled Parasyte -the maxim- (寄生獣 セイの格率, Kiseijū Sei no Kakuritsu), aired in Japan between October 2014 and March 2015. The English-language dub aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block in America between October 2015 and April 2016.

Kiseijuu - Anime - Netflix

An anime television series adaptation by Madhouse titled Parasyte -the maxim- (寄生獣 セイの格率, Kiseijū Sei no Kakuritsu) aired in Japan on NTV between October 9, 2014 and March 26, 2015. The series follows Shinichi Izumi, a high school boy whose right hand becomes possessed by an alien Parasite named Migi, finding himself in a battle against other Parasites who feast on other humans. The series was simulcast by Crunchyroll outside of Asia and by Animax Asia in Southeast Asia and South Asia. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the anime for North America, South America, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand release. UK Distributor Animatsu Entertainment will release the series in the UK. In Australia and New Zealand, Hanabee has acquired the series and will release it within the region. The opening theme song is “Let Me Hear” performed by Fear, and loathing in Las Vegas. The ending theme is “It's the Right Time” performed by Daichi Miura. At Anime Expo 2015, Sentai Filmworks announced that the anime would run on Adult Swim's Toonami block on October 3, 2015. The English dub, provided and distributed by Sentai Filmworks, has been released on DVD and Blu-ray in two parts, with Part 1 (Episodes 1–12) on April 5, 2016 and Part 2 (Episodes 13–24) on July 5, 2016.

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Jubei-chan: The Ninja Girl - Netflix

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Jiyu "Jubei" Nanohana and her ineffectual father recently moved to the country from Tokyo, so she's a new student at Hontsuru Junior High. She immediately wins the hearts of the proudly "unrefined" Bantaro and the elegant kendo champion, Shiro. Every male she encounters takes one look at her breasts and is instantly smitten. Although she's unaware of it, Jubei is the reincarnation of master swordsman Yagyu Jubei. His loyal retainer Koinusuke has spent the last 300 years looking for the person destined to inherit the "lovely eye patch" that transforms the wearer into an unbeatable warrior. In addition to Yagyu's soul, Jubei has inherited a 300-year-old vendetta: the Ryujoji clan wants to eliminate her so they can

Jubei-chan: The Ninja Girl - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1999-04-06

Jubei-chan: The Ninja Girl - List of Jubei-chan 2 episodes - Netflix

This is a list of episodes of the anime series Jubei-chan: The Ninja Girl-The Counter Attack of the Siberian Yagyu created by Akitaro Daichi, produced by Madhouse and licensed by Geneon Entertainment. The series is the adaptation of The Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch that premiered in 1999. The Counter Attack of the Siberian Yagyu follows a year after the first series, introducing Freesia Yagyu, Yagyu Jubei's daughter who claims herself as the rightful owner of the “Lovely Eyepatch” and the Siberian Yagyu, a clan that was destroyed by the Edo Yagyu. Freesia tries to take the “Lovely Eyepatch” from Jiyu and at the same time, the Siberian Yagyu attempts to end the grudge on Jubei II. The first episode first aired on 7 January 2004 and concluded on 31 March 2004. The series broadcast on TV Tokyo in Japan, ntv7 in Malaysia and Tooniverse in Korea. The episodes also broadcast on Animax, an anime television network that also broadcast the series across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia. For all thirteen episodes, the OP theme “Nagi ~Peace of Mind~” is performed by Okazaki Ritsuko. The ED theme, “Kokoro Harete Yoru mo Akete”, is performed by Yui Horie, who also voiced Jiyu Nanohana. A single DVD box collection, containing all thirteen episodes of the anime, was released on 1 August 2006 by Geneon Entertainment . Four DVD compilations, the first two DVD containing five episodes and the third with three. Also, Geneon Entertainment has released four DVD compilations of the English adaptation of the series, with the first DVD compilations containing four episodes, with three episodes in the other three compilations . The first compilation was released on 28 June 2005, and the fourth on 20 December 2005.

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Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Netflix

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Based on the famous classic novel Les Miserables.

Being a single mother is hard in early 19th Century France. When young Cosette was traveling with her mother trying to find a job and a place to live, they were always shunned away because very few employers hire single mothers. When she is promised with the prosperity of working in the big city, Cosette is separated from her mother in the hopes a caretaker will watch over her while her mother earns some money. Unfortunately this was a trick and the caretaker is a corrupt man who makes Cosette his indentured servant. Then the kind mayor of the town that Cosette makes her new home in sees how winds of change are so detrimental for children and families, and decides to do something about it.

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Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2007-01-07

Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Takayasu Usui - Netflix

Takayasu Usui (うすいたかやす, Usui Takayasu, born on August 25) is a Japanese voice actor from Tokyo, Japan.

Les Miserables: Shoujo Cosette - Television animation - Netflix

Star Ocean EX (2001) as Gyoro RahXephon (2002) as Underling B (Ep 19) Unknown date Aquarian Age the Movie as Announcer Beyblade 2002 as Bill (ep 41) Burst Angel as RAPT Commander Captain Tsubasa as Mamoru Izawa (as a adolescence) Chrono Crusade as Carv Full Metal Panic! as Goddard; Savage A (ep 17) Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! as Shimojima Getbackers as thief (ep 38) Gravion as Lab Scientist Kamichu! as English Teacher (DVD ep 15); Kaineshi/Dog Rider (DVD ep 5, 6, 16); Oyadama-Kaze/Boss Wind (DVD ep 1); Referee (DVD ep 8); Sendou-Chagama/Boatman Teapot (DVD ep 2, 7) Kiddy Grade as Bols; Broadcaster; Father; Information officer Legend of Himiko as haniwa soldier Les Misérables - Shoujo Cosette as Grocer (ep 1) Magical Project S (eps 1-2,10-11,20,22-23) Munto 2: Beyond the Walls of Time as First Lieutenant Ninja Scroll as Kikori R.O.D the TV as Newscaster (ep. 17); Toastmaster (ep. 10) Sakura Diaries as Coach Space Pirate Mito as Nandabu Spriggan as Classmate B Tenchi in Tokyo Tenchi Universe as Pirate B (ep 10) Transformers: Cybertron as Inch-Up; Signal Lancer; Sonic Bomber You're Under Arrest as Bomb Squad [group] (ep 30); Crook (ep 10, 13); Customer (ep 19); Fisher (ep 38); Imamura (ep 20); Keihin Tohoku Line Driver (ep 37); Male Officer; Middle-Aged Man (ep 25); Reporter (ep 24); Tower Employee A (ep 34-35); Tsuyama (ep 12); Uemura (ep 21); Waiter (ep 22); Wolfman (ep 40)

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Suzuka - Netflix

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High school is a hectic time of change for most… But for happy-go-lucky Yamato, it's gonna be a complete revolution! He's the new kid in class, having transferred to the big city to attend Aoba High, where he finds himself smitten with the local rising star of track and field. Yet two people could not be more different! And as Suzuka remains completely uninspired by Yamato's cheerfully irresponsible nature, things progress from bad to worse with record-breaking speed! So when the young man decides to step up his efforts and join the track team, his best might not measure up…\ \ It's mixed signals and high school hormones with everyone running in circles! Throw in the antics of a handful of high school stereotypes, and Yamato's completely out of his league! When love is not a spectator sport, the only question is who will go the distance?

Suzuka - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2005-07-07

Suzuka - Kōji Seo - Netflix

Kōji Seo (瀬尾 公治, Seo Kōji, born July 26, 1974) is a Japanese manga creator from Shobara, Hiroshima, Japan. He has stated in an interview that he was a member of his high school's track and field team and that he loves to watch baseball both emphasized in his hit manga Suzuka. He debuted in 1996 with the one-shot HALF & HALF in Magazine Fresh. His two hits, Suzuka and Cross Over, both mixed the genres of sports with high school romance. Suzuka focused on track and field while Cross Over used basketball. He was an assistant to Tsukasa Ōshima, and respects Fujiko F. Fujio and Masahito Soda. In 2009 he designed the High School Girl Kimchi for Hokubi Construction food company.

Suzuka - Works - Netflix

HALF & HALF (1996 Magazine Fresh; Kodansha) W's (W's~ダブルス~, Daburusu) (2000–01 Kodansha) Cross Over (2002–03 Weekly Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha) Suzuka (涼風) (2004–07 Weekly Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha); English translation: Suzuka (2006–2010 Del Rey Manga) Love Letter: Kōji Seo's Collection of Short Stories (ラブレター ~瀬尾公治短編集~, Love Letter: Seo Kōji Tanpenshū) (2007 Kodansha) Azusa (梓颯) (2005 Shōnen Magazine Wonder; Kodansha) HALF & HALF (2007 Magazine Special; Kodansha) Love Letter (ラブレター) (2007 Magazine Special; Kodansha)

A Town Where You Live (君のいる町, Kimi no Iru Machi) (2008–2014 Weekly Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha) Princess Lucia (2009–2015 Monthly Comic Blade; Mag Garden) LovePlus Rinko Days (ラブプラス Rinko Days) (2010–11 Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha) Half & half (2012–2015 Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha) Fuuka (風夏) (2014–2018 Weekly Shōnen Magazine; Kodansha) Fire Emblem Heroes (2017) Lute artwork

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Fist of the Blue Sky - Netflix

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Kasumi Kenshiro, also known as Yan Wang or the King of Death, is a Tokyo professor and the 62nd successor to the deadly assassin art known as Hokuto Shinken. He leaves his teaching job and travels to Shanghai after getting word that his old Qing Bang Triad friend, Pan Guang-Lin, and his friend's sister and Kasumi's love interest, Pan Yu-Ling, are in trouble. While in Shanghai, he encounters and fights the three families of Hokuto: Hokuto Sonkaken, Hokuto Soukaken, and Hokuto Ryuukaken. He does all this while revolting against the corrupt Hong Hua Triads to restore honor and power to the Qing Bang.

Fist of the Blue Sky - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2006-10-05

Fist of the Blue Sky - Gutsoon! Entertainment - Netflix

Gutsoon! Entertainment, Inc. is a now defunct publisher of English translated manga. The company, headquartered in Encino, Los Angeles, served as the US subsidiary of Coamix, which was founded by Nobuhiko Horie and manga artist Tsukasa Hojo. The company published the English manga anthology Raijin Comics, a U.S. equivalent to the Japanese Weekly Comic Bunch and published many of the same titles (Fist of the Blue Sky and City Hunter), as well titles from other magazines such as the Japanese Weekly Shōnen Jump. Raijin Comics began as a weekly magazine with its first issue (dated December 18, 2002), but switched to being a monthly publication beginning with its 36th issue (dated September 2003). Gutsoon! also published a companion magazine to Raijin Comics, titled Raijin Game & Anime (originally called Fujin Magazine), which lasted only 20 issues before being merged into the pages of Raijin Comics. The collected volumes of Raijin Comics titles were published under the Raijin Graphic Novels imprint. Raijin Comics also has a mascot called “Raijin Maru”. Before the company's fall they were also planning to make a shōjo manga magazine called Smile Magazine. On March 15, 2004, Gutsoon! announced that they will be placing their Rajin Comics brand on hiatus. Raijin Comics ceased publication with its July 2004 issue (issue

46) and the Raijin Graphic Novels line was subsequently cancelled as

well.

Fist of the Blue Sky - RAIJIN Collection - Netflix

Some volumes of Raijin Comics were only published in Japan. These were called Raijin Collection volumes and were in large phone book magazine issues. Another line like Raijin Collection would be Shueisha Jump Remix. The list below has all the manga by the Raijin Collection label: Angel Heart Fist of the North Star

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Sansha Sanyou - Netflix

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Futaba Odagiri is the new transfer student with a super energetic personality; Teru Hayama is the class president with a surprisingly mean personality contrary to her innocent looks; and Youko Nishikawa is from a formerly rich, now extremely poor family who still holds on to her princess attitude. These three unlikely students with clashing personalities become good friends and survive the day-to-day teenage life in a very funny story.

Sansha Sanyou - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2016-04-11

Sansha Sanyou - Three Leaves, Three Colors - Netflix

Three Leaves, Three Colors (Japanese: 三者三葉, Hepburn: Sansha San'yō, lit. “Tripartite Trefoil”) is a Japanese four-panel manga series by Cherry Arai, serialized in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara magazine since February 2003 and thirteen tankōbon volumes have been collected so far. An anime adaptation by Doga Kobo premiered in April 2016.

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Witchblade - Netflix

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Long sought by the greed of men, but bestowed only on the women whose fate it forever scars, the Witchblade, righteous sword of God or hand of the Devil himself. A new bearer finds out, seeking balance between ecstacy and ruin."-prolog that began the show. In this new approach to the Witchblade universe, the lead character (and blade wielder) is Masane Amaha, a kind-hearted woman who, despite her good intentions, is fairly clumsy and not good around the house. She lost her memory during an earthquake that ravaged Tokyo and, curiously, Masane was found unscathed in the phenomenon's ground zero, holding a baby in her arms. Six years later, she returns to Tokyo with the child, now called Rihoko, and for whom she cares as a daughter, where she discovers that the mysterious jewel attached to her right wrist is actually the legendary artifact known as the Witchblade.

Witchblade - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2006-04-05

Witchblade - Witchblade (TV series) - Netflix

Witchblade is an American television series that aired on TNT from 2001 to 2002. The series is based on the Witchblade comic book series, and followed a pilot film which debuted in August 2000. Some of the episodes were written by Ralph Hemecker, Marc Silvestri (who also wrote the comic book) and J.D. Zeik. Yancy Butler starred as Sara Pezzini, Anthony Cistaro as Kenneth Irons, David Chokachi as Jake McCartey, Eric Etebari as Ian Nottingham, Will Yun Lee as Danny Woo, Conrad Dunn as Tommy Gallo, Kenneth Welsh as Joe Siri, and John Hensley as Gabriel Bowman, among others. Although critically acclaimed and popular with audiences, the show was canceled in September 2002; there was speculation that the cancellation was connected to Butler's entering rehab for alcoholism. Top Cow editor Matt Hawkins stated as much and added the series was and remains the highest rated TV series to be cancelled. The series ran for two seasons on TNT, for a total of 24 episodes (including pilot). The first episode aired June 12, 2001; the last episode aired August 26, 2002. In spite of its cancellation, Witchblade was ranked seventh in the Top 10 Basic Cable Dramas for 2002 (Multichannel News, February 24, 2003).

Witchblade - Cast and characters - Netflix

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Danchigai - Netflix

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Haruki Nakano lives an average high school life, except for the fact that his mother is overseas and he shares an apartment with his four sisters. There's the oldest, Mutsuki, who has a bad habit of falling asleep in his bed, the junior high school student Yayoi, who hits him whenever something happens, and then the grade school twins, Uzuki and Satsuki, who love to play pranks on their older brother.\ \ Stuck in a house with four girls, Haruki has to deal with all sorts of trials. From going grocery shopping, watching scary movies, to kissing practice, life is never boring in Danchigai!

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Danchigai - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2015-07-09

Danchigai - List of Zatch Bell! chapters - Netflix

The chapters of the manga series Zatch Bell!, known in Japan as Konjiki no Gash!! (金色のガッシュ!!, lit. Golden Gash!!), was written and illustrated by Makoto Raiku and was serialized in Shogakukan's Shōnen Sunday magazine. The plot follows Kiyo Takamine and his mamodo partner Zatch Bell's adventures in a tournament that will decide the ruler of the Mamodo World. Three hundred and thirty-two chapters were released in Japan. The characters in the English manga had their names changed in order to be friendly with the younger audiences. An anime adaption was produced by Toei Animation titled Konjiki no Gash Bell!! (金色のガッシュベル!!, lit. Golden Gash Bell!!) and premiered on April 6, 2003 and ended on March 26, 2006. The individual chapters are collected by Shogakukan in a series of tankōbon volumes. The thirty-three volumes were released between May 18, 2001 and June 18, 2008. North American licensor Viz Media has been serializing the tankōbon. Twenty-five were released between August 2, 2005 and June 9, 2009 with no future plans for further releases. In 2011, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Zatch Bell! manga, and its re-release in a new format, a epilogue chapter of the manga was released in Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine on March 9 entitled Konjiki no Gash!! Gaiden “Tomo” (金色のガッシュ!! 外伝「友」, lit. Golden Gash!! Side Story “Friend”).

Danchigai - Chapter list - Netflix

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Gakusen Toshi Asterisk - Netflix

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The Academy City on the water, Rikka (otherwise known as Asterisk) is the world's largest stage for the integrated battle entertainment, "Star Wars Festival." The young boys and girls of the "Starpulse Generation" belonging to the six academies made their wishes with Shining Armaments in their hands, vying for supremacy—Amagiri Ayato is one of them.\ \ Ayato arrived at Rikka at the invitation of the Student Council President of the Seidoukan Academy, Claudia, and right after that he incurred the wrath of the "Petalblaze Witch" Julis, and ended up having to duel her.\ \ The greatest academy battle entertainment, begins here!

Gakusen Toshi Asterisk - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-03

Gakusen Toshi Asterisk - The Asterisk War - Netflix

The Asterisk War: The Academy City on the Water (Japanese: 学戦都市アスタリスク, Hepburn: Gakusen Toshi Asutarisuku, lit. “Academy Battle City Asterisk”) is a Japanese light novel series written by Yū Miyazaki, and illustrated by Okiura. Media Factory has published ten volumes since September 25, 2012, under their MF Bunko J imprint. The series was later serialized from January 2013 in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive where it was adapted into a manga. The artwork for the manga has been done by Ningen, three volumes have been collected into tankōbon. Eventually an anime television series adaptation by A-1 Pictures was made which began airing on October 3, 2015. The anime aired for two seasons at twelve episodes each from October 3, 2015, to June 18, 2016. Other media adaptations include a video game called The Asterisk War: Houka Kenran which was released in Japan on January 28, 2016. It has been licensed by Aniplex of America in North America.

Gakusen Toshi Asterisk - Media - Netflix

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Casshern Sins - Netflix

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Created as a reboot of the Casshern franchise, Casshern Sins tells the story of a world where robots subjugated humanity after becoming self-aware. Their leader, Braiking Boss, ruled over the world with an iron fist. One day, a mysterious girl named Luna is summoned by the people, in order to bring the salvation of mankind. Fearing her as a potential threat, Braiking Boss sent three of his most powerful cyborg warriors to dispose of Luna: Casshern, Dio, and Leda. Casshern, the strongest warrior, manages to track down and kill Luna. However, this triggers a cataclysmic event which sets into motion the end of the world. Hundreds of years later, the world's atmosphere is filled with poison, and, due to the inability of most remaining humans to reproduce, as well as the constant threat posed by the robots, humanity is on the brink of extinction.Robots fare little better, fearing death as much as humans do: the poisonous environment quickly causes their mechanical bodies to rust and corrode, forcing them to constantly replace their damaged parts, if spare parts in good condition can even be found. In this wretched time and place, Casshern, who had disappeared following the assassination of Luna, returns with no memory of who he is or what he had done. As he embarks on a journey to find out the truth about himself, will Casshern discover his true purpose and destiny?

Casshern Sins - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2008-10-01

Casshern Sins - Tatsuo Yoshida - Netflix

Tatsuo Yoshida (吉田 竜夫, Yoshida Tatsuo, March 6, 1932 – September 5, 1977) was a Japanese cartoonist, writer and anime pioneer who founded the anime studio Tatsunoko Productions.

Casshern Sins - Anime credits - Netflix

Ninja Squad Moonlight (1964, also known as Phantom Agents) Space Ace (1965) Mach Go Go Go (1967, also known as Speed Racer) Oraa Guzura Dado (1967) Dokachin (1968) Judo Boy (1969) Hakushon Daimaō (1969, also known as Bob in the Bottle or The Genie Family) Kagaku Ninja Tai Gatchaman (1972, also known as Battle of the Planets & G-Force: Guardians of Space) Casshan (1973) Hurricane Polymar (1974) Tekkaman: The Space Knight (1975) Time Bokan (1975) Godam Gowapper 5 (1976) Paul's Miraculous Adventure (1976) Yattaman (1977) Ippatsu Kanta-kun (1977) Temple the Balloonist (1977)

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xxxHolic - Netflix

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Yuuko is a witch who grants people's wishes, but in return the person has to give up something precious. Watanuki Kimihiro, a man who has visions, encounters Yuuko and she promises to get rid of the spirits that torment him. In return Watanuki must work in Yuuko's shop and help her grant other people's wishes. Based on the hit manga by CLAMP.

xxxHolic - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2006-04-06

xxxHolic - List of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle characters - Netflix

The Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle manga series and its respective animated adaptations feature a large cast of fictional characters designed by Clamp. The series takes place in a fictional multiverse with parallel dimensions where several characters – taken from many of Clamp's past works – can appear in several of the universes as having the same character names and designs but differing histories and settings. The story begins in the desert Kingdom of Clow where Syaoran, a devoted and kind archeologist, investigates its ruins. His childhood friend Sakura, the kind and well-loved princess of the kingdom who holds an undeveloped magic, mysteriously has her memories scattered across the dimensions in the form of feathers and will die if they are not returned to her. To save her, Syaoran takes her to the Dimensional Witch Yūko Ichihara where he meets two more of the series' protagonists who have arrived with similar wishes: Kurogane, a rough-mannered ninja, and Fai D. Flowright, a laid-back magician with a dark past. In order to journey across the dimensions, they receive a cheerful creature named Mokona Modoki, the fifth of the group, from Yūko. On their journey across the dimensions, the group decide to join Syaoran to retrieve Sakura's feathers, as a mean to accomplish their wishes. The protagonists are all linked by the series' main antagonist, the sorcerer Fei-Wang Reed who oversees the journey. Using Osamu Tezuka's Star System, Clamp designed the series' characters based on the ones they used in their previous works. Few of the characters appearing in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle are the exact ones from other series, most notably the ones from xxxHolic, series which often crossovers Tsubasa. The characters from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle have received positive critical response by critics due to their traits, and development across the series. Various types of merchandising have also been released based on them.

xxxHolic - Kimihiro Watanuki - Netflix

Kimihiro Watanuki (四月一日 君尋, Watanuki Kimihiro) is Yūko Ichihara's employee who is the protagonist of xxxHolic. While he does not interact with the protagonists in his first appearances, when he appears in the Dream World, he meets Sakura who finds him similar to the original Syaoran. The original Syaoran acknowledges such fact, but Watanuki does not know its meaning as he once paid all of his memories to Yūko as a price to locate Fei-Wang who had imprisoned the original Syaoran. Watanuki and the original Syaoran were originally the same being, Watanuki being created when Syaoran paid the price for turning back time. A dimensional rift being created because of this, Watanuki was then born to Syaoran's parents instead of him, while he was taken hostage by Fei-Wang, until his payment for the wish was fulfilled. As Fei-Wang dies, Watanuki is trapped into a void alongside the two Syaorans due to Fei-Wang's curse. Following the clone's death, Watanuki and Syaoran divide a payment to escape from the void; Watanuki decides his payment is to be made unable to leave Yūko's shop, as after her death, he decides to succeed her job, waiting for the day she might return. Watanuki is voiced by Jun Fukuyama in Japanese and Todd Haberkorn in English.

xxxHolic - References - Netflix

Legend of the Swordmaster Yaiba - Netflix

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Kurogane Yaiba is a boy who doesn't want to become what any regular kid would: He wants to be a samurai. That's why he undergoes a hard training with his father, knowing only the forest as his world. Then, one day, he is sent to Japan, where he has to deal with a whole new civilized reality, meeting the Mine family, the evil Onimaru and even the legendary Musashi, having lots of dangerous adventures, becoming stronger everyday.

Legend of the Swordmaster Yaiba - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1993-04-09

Legend of the Swordmaster Yaiba - Takeshi Aono - Netflix

Takeshi Aono (青野 武, Aono Takeshi, June 19, 1936 – April 9, 2012) was a Japanese voice actor and actor from Asahikawa, Hokkaidō. He was attached to Aoni Production at the time of his death. He graduated from Hokkaidō Asahikawa Higashi High School.

Legend of the Swordmaster Yaiba - Video Games - Netflix

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Super Dragon Ball Z (King Piccolo) Super Robot Wars series (Hazard Pasha) Street Fighter II drama CDs Street Fighter II: Fukushū no Senshi (Retsu) Street Fighter II: Majin no Shōzō (Retsu)

Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (Ninja Murasaki and King Piccolo) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Kami) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (King Piccolo) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (Kami) Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo DS version) (Cagnazzo and King Giott) Heart of Darkness (japanese dub) (Head Honcho) Logos Panic Lupin III: Shijo no Zunosen (Saimon Paradox) Metal Gear series Metal Gear Solid (Roy Campbell) Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (Colonel) Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (Aleksandr Leonovitch Granin and Roy Campbell) Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Roy Campbell) Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (DOD Representative)

Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Roy Campbell) Tales of Eternia (Maxwell and Nereid) Tales of Symphonia (Rodyle) Tekken 5 (Jinpachi Mishima) Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (Jinpachi Mishima) Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (Jinpachi Mishima) Valkyria Chronicles II (Laurence Kluivert)

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Ooya-san wa Shishunki! - Netflix

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The story follows a boy who has gained an independent life. After moving into his rented apartment, he meets his landlord. The landlord has the physique of a little girl, and she does the cooking and housework while attending middle school with her friends.

Ooya-san wa Shishunki! - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-10

Ooya-san wa Shishunki! - Ooya-san wa Shishunki! - Netflix

Ooya-san wa Shishunki! (大家さんは思春期!, Ōya-san wa Shishunki!, lit. The Landlord is in Puberty) is a Japanese four-panel manga series written and illustrated by Rurū Minase. A 12-episode anime television adaptation by Seven Arcs Pictures aired between 10 January and 27 March 2016.

Ooya-san wa Shishunki! - Chie's classmate - Netflix

Kengo Sasaki (佐々木 健吾, Sasaki Kengo) Voiced by: Sanae Kobayashi

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Nazca - Netflix

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500 years ago a civil war prevailed in the empire of the Inca. The weaker side decides to summon a mystical force that could destroy the whole earth. In the present in Japan: Miura Kyoji finds out that he is a reborn soul of an ancient warrior of the Inca. But Kyoji is not alone. His friend and master Tate is also one of these reborn Inca. But Tate feels called to higher goals. He tries to summon the ancient force that could not be summoned 500 years ago. Now, Kyoji has to travel around the world with Tate's fiance to destroy his evil machinations. In the process, he gets to know more and more about his past and finally fights a bitter fight against his best friends to save his and everyone's future.

Nazca - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1998-04-06

Nazca - Nazca Lines - Netflix

The Nazca Lines are a series of large ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert, in southern Peru. The largest figures are up to 370 m (1,200 ft) long. They were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Although some local geoglyphs resemble Paracas motifs, scholars believe the Nazca Lines were created by the Nazca culture between 500 BCE and 500 CE. The figures vary in complexity. Hundreds are simple lines and geometric shapes; more than 70 are zoomorphic designs of animals, such as birds, fish, llamas, jaguars, and monkeys, or human figures. Other designs include phytomorphic shapes, such as trees and flowers. The designs are shallow lines made in the ground by removing naturally occurring reddish pebbles and uncovering the whitish/grayish ground beneath. Scholars differ in interpreting the purpose of the designs but, in general, they ascribe religious significance to them. Because of its isolation and the dry, windless, stable climate of the plateau, the lines have mostly been preserved naturally. Extremely rare changes in weather may temporarily alter the general designs. As of 2012, the lines are said to have been deteriorating because of an influx of squatters inhabiting the lands. Contrary to the popular belief that the lines and figures can only be seen from an aircraft, they are visible from the surrounding foothills and other high places.

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citrus - Netflix

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Yuzuko Aihara, a high school girl whose main interests are fashion, friends, and having fun, is about to get a reality check. Due to her mom's remarriage, Yuzu has transferred to a new all-girls school that is extremely strict. Her real education is about to begin.

From day one, happy-go-lucky Yuzu makes enemies, namely the beautiful yet stern Student Council President Mei. So what happens when a dejected Yuzu returns home and discovers the shock of her life: that Mei is actually her new stepsister who has come to live with her? Even more surprising, when Mei catches Yuzu off guard and kisses her out of the blue, what does it all mean?

citrus - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2018-01-06

citrus - Citrus (manga) - Netflix

Citrus is a Japanese yuri manga series written and illustrated by Saburouta. The series began serialization in Ichijinsha's Comic Yuri Hime from November 17, 2012 and is licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Passione aired between January and March 2018.

citrus - Anime - Netflix

An anime television series adaptation, directed by Takeo Takahashi and animated by Passione, aired on AT-X between January 6 and March 24, 2018. Naoki Hayashi is in charge of overseeing scripts and Izuro Ijuuin is in charge of designing the characters and is credited as chief animation director. Lantis is producing the music, while Infinite is credited with producing the anime. The opening theme is “Azalea” (アザレア, Azarea) by Nano Ripe, and the ending theme is “Dear Teardrop” by Mia Regina. Crunchyroll simulcast the series while Funimation is streaming the English dub.

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Di Gi Charat Nyo - Netflix

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This show follows Dejiko(Di Gi Charat), Puchiko(Petit Charat), and Gema as they travel to earth for Dejiko's "princess training". soon after they crash land they meet two brothers who own a toy store, who offer them a room to stay in. Later they meet a school girl named Usada, but she insists on being called Rabi\~en\~rose(Dejiko constantly calls her Usada just to annoy her). she soon discovers she can fly with her rabbit ears. But she is not alone with her magical abilities, Dejiko also has a powerful eye beam attack that is enabled whenever she gets mad, and a magical bag containing many items to help her with her training. Dejiko and Rabi\~en\~rose are both obsessed with becoming idols.

Di Gi Charat Nyo - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2003-04-06

Di Gi Charat Nyo - Dejiko - Netflix

Di Gi Charat (Japanese: デ・ジ・キャラット, Hepburn: De Ji Kyaratto), also known as Dejiko or Digiko, is the main protagonist of the manga and anime of the same name created by Koge-Donbo. Dejiko is a princess of a planet that is also called Di Gi Charat, she is also depicted as a catgirl which is highlighted by her ending each sentence with the cat sound 'nyo'. Dejiko can be violent at times and will resort to using her special ability, eye-beams, to inflict damage on others. She is close friends with her sidekick Puchiko who has a contrasting personality to that of Dejiko's. Dejiko is the company mascot of Gamers, a retail chain of Broccoli, the production company for Di Gi Charat.

Di Gi Charat Nyo - Manga - Netflix

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Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! - Netflix

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That strange power that responds to the will of certain people and is capable of doing many wondrous and dangerous things. And Yoshimura Mamoru has been accepted to a high school that specializes in teaching the use of the strange "magic power". On his way to school, he sees a pretty 2nd year student standing under the cherry trees. After a few words with her, she suddenly blushes and asks him to go out with her! In his first class, he is surprised to notice that everybody is staring at him - because of the rumor that Takasu Ayako, the "angel of death" actually confessed to him! And then suddenly, he is summoned to the student council chambers and is offered a position with Takasu-sempai's on her student committee! It is going to be a very busy school year for Mamoru.

Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2006-10-05

Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! - Dengeki hp - Netflix

Dengeki hp (電撃hp) was a Japanese magazine published by MediaWorks centered on publishing light novels that's aimed at young adult male readership. The first issue was released on December 18, 1998, and for the first eight issues was published quarterly; after this, it is being published bimonthly. The magazine was discontinued in October 2007, and was succeeded by Dengeki Bunko Magazine in December 2007.

Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! - List of serialized titles - Netflix

9S Aruhi, Bakudan ga Ochide Kite Ballad of a Shinigami Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan Cheerful Charmer Momo E.G. Combat Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora Inside World Inukami! Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu Kino's Journey Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo! Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Shakugan no Shana Tensō no Shita no Bashireisu Thunder Girl! Toradora! Toradora Spin-off! Watashitachi no Tamura-kun

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Zettai Shonen - Netflix

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Aizawa Ayumu is a young boy, who is sent to a small town called Tana to live with his father for a while. Even though he doesn't want to go, he agrees to do so when his mother offers him a mountain bike. Ayumu used to live in Tana before, and now his memories of the time are shrouded in mystery - apparently something happened when he was a child. Enter Miku, a young girl who knows more than she tells, weird glowing lights floating around, reflections of UFOish objects in the eyes of cats and dogs, a nosy female announcer, a forest with a mysterious past, and a weird boy called Wakkun, who wears the clothes Ayumu used to when he was a child, and you get the world of Zettai Shonen, where mysteries remain mysteries amidst a slow, normal, everyday life.

Zettai Shonen - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2005-05-21

Zettai Shonen - Yuu Watase - Netflix

Yuu Watase (渡瀬 悠宇, Watase Yuu, born March 5, 1970 in Osaka) is a Japanese shōjo manga artist. She received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo for Ceres, Celestial Legend in 1997. Watase debuted at the age of eighteen with her short story “Pajama de Ojama” (“An Intrusion in Pajamas”), and has since created more than 80 compiled volumes of short stories and continuing series. In October 2008, Watase began her first shōnen serialization, Arata: The Legend in Weekly Shōnen Sunday. Her name is romanized as “Yû Watase” in earlier printings of Viz Media's publications of Fushigi Yūgi, Alice 19th, and Ceres, Celestial Legend while in Viz Media's Fushigi Yūgi Genbu Kaiden and Absolute Boyfriend her name is romanized as “Yuu Watase”. In Chuang Yi's English-language versions of Fushigi Yugi (spelled without a macron or circumflex), her name is romanized as “Yu Watase”. Yuu Watase is a pen name. She chose “Yuu” because she liked the name.

Zettai Shonen - Bunko Ban - Netflix

Fushigi Yūgi Bunko – 10 Vols. Ayashi no Ceres (Ceres, Celestial Legend) Bunko – 7 Vols. Alice 19th Bunko – 4 Vols. Zettai Kareshi Bunko – 3 Vols. Imadoki! Bunko – 3 Vols. Shishunki Miman Okotowari Bunko – 3 Vols.

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Tanken Driland - Netflix

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In the medieval land of Driland, hunters explore ruins in search of treasures. Princess Mikoto dreams of one day becoming a hunter despite of her royal responsibility of one day assuming the throne of the country of Elua. Following the words of Bonny, an experienced hunter who is an inspiration to the future empress, Mikoto starts a journey with the desire to see the world and then come back to her homeland.

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Tanken Driland - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2012-07-07

Tanken Driland - Tanken Driland - Netflix

Tanken Driland (探検ドリランド, Tanken Dorirando, lit. “Exploration Driland”) is a Japanese mobile game developed by GREE, Inc.. A manga adaptation began serialization in Jump Square in 2012. An anime series by Toei Animation began airing on 7 July 2012.

Tanken Driland - Dri Tenkai - Netflix

Lennus (女高天帝レナス, Jōkōtentei Renasu) Voiced by: Aya Hisakawa Nasha (天上女神ナシャ, Tenjō Megami Nasha) Voiced by: Ayaka Fukuhara Aviel (鉄槌神アヴィエル, Tettsuishin Avieru) Voiced by: Yūki Tai One main rival of 2nd arc. Pocket (手芸少女ポケット, Shugei Shojō Poketto) Voiced by: Hiromi Konno Amunze, the Scythe of Thousand Blade (千刃鎌アムンゼ, Senbagama Amunze) Voiced by: Naomi Ōzora Cosmos (水晶聖女コスモス, Suishō Seijo Kosumosu) Voiced by: Yukari Gotō

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Yuki no Joou - Netflix

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Kai and Gerda are very dear friends who have been living together since young. However, one wintry day, the Snow Queen appears stirring up snow and wind, and a sliver of mirror gets lodged into Kai's heart. Kai drives Gerda away in tears and the Snow Queen takes Kai away to her realm. The adults try to dissuade Gerda from pursuing Kai, saying that he is already dead. But determined to find Kai, Gerda set off on her own journey which is filled with trials and tribulations.

Yuki no Joou - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2005-05-22

Yuki no Joou - Akira Senju - Netflix

Akira Senju (千住 明, Senju Akira, born October 21, 1960) is a Japanese composer, arranger and conductor.

Yuki no Joou - Works - Netflix

Mama wa Shōgaku 4 Nensei (1992) Chibi Maruko-chan: My Favorite Song (1992) Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (1993–92) Rampo (1994) The Silent Service (1996–98) B't X (1996) Princess Arete (2001) Yomigaeri (2002) Tetsujin 28-go (2004) The Snow Queen (2005) Red Garden (2006–2007) Nada Sōsō (2006) Fūrin Kazan (2007) Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009–2010) Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike (2009) Magic Tree House (2012) Valvrave the Liberator (2013) Battery (2016)

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Natsuyuki Rendezvous - Netflix

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The romantic drama collected in four volumes tells the story of a love triangle between Hazuki, a young man who works part time at a flower store, Rokka, the widow who owns the store, and the ghost of Shimao, Rokka's deceased husband.

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Natsuyuki Rendezvous - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2012-07-05

Natsuyuki Rendezvous - Natsuyuki Rendezvous - Netflix

Natsuyuki Rendezvous (夏雪ランデブー, Natsuyuki Randebū, lit. A Summer Snow Rendezvous) is a Japanese manga series by Haruka Kawachi which serialized in Shodensha's Feel Young magazine between July 2009 and January 2012. An anime television adaptation by Dogakobo aired in Fuji TV's Noitamina block between July 5, 2012 and September 13, 2012. The anime series has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America.

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Futakoi - Netflix

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Have you ever gone out with twin sisters? Or both at the same time? People say that such thing would never happen, but it really exists, in this romantic animation. Cute twins, and twice the love... 9th grader Nozomu Futami moves back to a town where he lived during his childhood alone by himself lodging at Sourinji, a temple owned by his relative, because of is father's work. He walked pass by a place he used to play when he was little and remembers about Ichijo sisters who were twins telling to him, "We both like you Nozomu, choose one of us when you become 15". It's certainly a child play and those two wouldn't remember about it, too. "Without a doubt, that was when I was the most popular in my life. Would both of them still live in this town? Would I ever bump into them? Have they become pretty?" Nozomu imagines. When Nozomu was walking the town deeply emotional, he accidental

Futakoi - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2004-10-06

Futakoi - Ufotable - Netflix

Ufotable, Inc. (ユーフォーテーブル有限会社, Yūfōtēburu yūgen-gaisha) is a Japanese animation studio founded in October 2000 by former TMS Entertainment staff through its subsidiary Telecom Animation Film and located in Nakano, Tokyo Prefecture. A unique hallmark seen in many of their works (Ninja Nonsense, Futakoi Alternative, Coyote Ragtime Show, Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!, Tales of Symphonia, Kara no Kyōkai) is a claymation sequence.

Futakoi - Unclassified - Netflix

Girls' Work (TBA)

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Naruto: Shippuuden - Netflix

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Naruto: Shippuden is the continuation of the original animated TV series Naruto.The story revolves around an older and slightly more matured Uzumaki Naruto and his quest to save his friend Uchiha Sasuke from the grips of the snake-like Shinobi, Orochimaru. After 2 and a half years Naruto finally returns to his village of Konoha, and sets about putting his ambitions to work, though it will not be easy, as he has amassed a few (more dangerous) enemies, in the likes of the shinobi organization; Akatsuki.

Naruto: Shippuuden - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2007-02-15

Naruto: Shippuuden - List of Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals episodes - Netflix

Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals is the anime adaptation of the Naruto spin-off manga created by Kenji Taira, Rock Lee no Seishun Full-Power Ninden. It was announced in February 2012 by Shueisha. Produced by Studio Pierrot and directed by Masahiko Murata, the series premiered on TV Tokyo on April 3, 2012. Crunchyroll simulcasted the series premiere online and has each episode available for streaming. The series chronicles the daily life and training of Konohagakure ninja Rock Lee, who can utilize taijutsu, but has no skill in ninjutsu or genjutsu. Episodes feature comical scenes and mini-skits to emphasize the characters' goals and thought processes. Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals is the first spin-off anime series that does not follow the main plot of the Naruto Shippuuden series, although it retains the original voice actors. The show ran for one season from 2012 to 2013, spanning 51 episodes. It is currently known that Disney XD Malaysia has started dubbing the show in English. Viz Media announced at Anime Expo that they will be producing an English dub of the show. It was added to the Neon Alley service beginning in Fall 2014. As of March 2015, all 51 episodes are available for online streaming in the US through Hulu and Neon Alley in English dubbed and subtitled formats. Sonic Nickelodeon India has aired the show in the Hindi Language from Monday - Friday with Monday and Tuesday with new episodes and the rest of the week as re-airings. The series is being released to Region 2 DVD in Japan with three episodes per disc. The first DVD was released on July 18, 2012, containing episodes 1-3. Across its 51 episodes, the series used two different opening musical themes, and four ending themes. The opening for the first twenty-six episodes was “Give Lee Give Lee Rock Lee” by Animetal USA and Hironobu Kageyama. The second opening theme, used for episodes 27 through 51, was “Love Song” by OKAMOTO'S. The four ending themes were “Twinkle Twinkle” by South Korean girl group Secret (used for episodes 1-13), “Go! Go! Here We Go! Rock Lee” by Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku, (episodes 14-26), “Daijoubu Bokura” by RAM WIRE (episodes 27-39), and “Icha Icha Chu Chu Kyappi Kyappi Love Love Suri Suri Doki Doki” by HAPPY BIRTHDAY (episodes 40-51).

Naruto: Shippuuden - Series overview - Netflix

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Crying Out Love, in the Centre of the World - Netflix

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"I thought I might be using a lifetime's happiness in a moment. I was that happy and she was that beautiful." A young boy stands on the red earth of Australia under its blue sky. It is 17-year-old Sakutaro Matsumoto. His time with the girl comes back to him. The colored sand runs through his hands and a tear appears on his cheek. He wakes up. It's 2004 and he is 34 years old and in Japan. He thinks "I have been in a world without her for 17 years." Returning home to see his old high school for the last time before it is demolished, Saku confronts anew the loss of the love of his life, Aki, to leukemia 17 years ago. Now a medical researcher at graduate school, he has been living as if half of him died with her since then. Based on the bestselling novel that sold over 3 million copies, the past and present come together in this love story that is both pure and sad.

Crying Out Love, in the Centre of the World - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2004-07-02

Crying Out Love, in the Centre of the World - Socrates in Love - Netflix

Socrates in Love (恋するソクラテス, Koi Suru Sokuratesu) is a 2001 Japanese 206-page melodrama novel, written by Kyoichi Katayama and published by Shogakukan, which revolves around narrator Sakutaro Matsumoto's recollections of a school classmate whom he once loved. It's also known as Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World (世界の中心で、愛をさけぶ, Sekai no Chūshin de, Ai o Sakebu), which author Katayama used after his editors advised that his original novel title Socrates in Love wouldn't work.

Crying Out Love, in the Centre of the World - Plot summary - Netflix

In a small town of southern Japan, Sakutaro “Saku” Matsumoto and Aki Hirose, classmates since junior high, become high school students. During this time they begin to date and their conversations circle around the idea of what love really is, beginning after Saku's grandfather shares his own past love story with Saku. After a trip the two take to an abandoned island, Aki discovers she has leukemia, which limits her chances to go outside or see Saku. Once Saku learns the truth, he buys flight tickets to take Aki to Australia's Uluru (Ayers Rock); a place she had always wanted to visit after missing the school trip there, but she dies before she could board the plane. The story takes place as a flashback through Saku's eyes as he and Aki's parents travel to Australia to spread Aki's ashes in the place she had always wanted to see.

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Examurai Sengoku - Netflix

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The Examurai Sengoku anime production depicts the members of the EXILE group as futuristic samurai that are transported back in time to Japan's sengoku (warring states) period. The anime character renditions of the EXILE members were designed by manga creator Hiroshi Takahashi (Crows, Worst).

Examurai Sengoku - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2009-01-11

Examurai Sengoku - Tetsu Inada - Netflix

Tetsu Inada (稲田 徹, Inada Tetsu, born July 1, 1972 in Hachiōji, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor who works for Aoni Production.

Examurai Sengoku - Feature films - Netflix

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Mobile Fighter G Gundam - Netflix

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In the Year FC 60, much of mankind inhabits space colonies which orbit the Earth. Dominance over the colonies is decided once every four years by a large tournament in which each nation sends a single representative to fight the others with a giant robot called a Gundam. Domon Kashuu is selected to represent Neo-Japan in one of these tournaments, but he fights less to ensure his nation's victory than to find his brother, who has been blamed for the deaths of Domon's parents and the disappearance of a very dangerous weapon, the Dark Gundam or Devil Gundam.

Mobile Fighter G Gundam - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1994-04-22

Mobile Fighter G Gundam - Gundam - Netflix

Gundam (Japanese: ガンダム, Hepburn: Gandamu), also known as the Gundam Series (ガンダムシリーズ, Gandamu Shirīzu), is a science fiction media franchise created by Sunrise that features giant robots (mecha) called mobile suits bearing the name Gundam. It began on April 7, 1979 as Mobile Suit Gundam, a TV series that defined the real robot “mecha” anime genre by featuring giant robots in a militaristic setting. The popularity of the series and its merchandise spawned a franchise that includes television series, OVAs, films, manga, novels and video games. The Gundam franchise had grossed over $5 billion in retail sales by 2000. By 2014, annual revenue of the Gundam franchise reached ¥80 billion per year, ¥18.4 billion of which was retail sales of toys and hobby items. Gunpla (plastic Gundam models) make up 90 percent of the Japanese character plastic-model market. Academics in Japan have viewed the series as inspiration; in 2008, the virtual Gundam Academy was planned as the first academic institution based on an animated TV series.

Mobile Fighter G Gundam - Media - Netflix

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Go! Go! 575 - Netflix

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Go! Go! 575 adapts the Project 575 games for PlayStation Vita and iOS, which allow anyone to create songs using the traditional Japanese 5-7-5-syllable meter found in haiku and tanka poems.

Go! Go! 575 - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-10

Go! Go! 575 - GO Transit rail services - Netflix

GO Transit rail services are provided throughout the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and the Greater Golden Horseshoe. GO Transit started on May 23, 1967, running single-deck trains powered by diesel locomotives in push-pull configuration on a single rail line along Lake Ontario's shoreline. The GO Transit rail fleet consists of 75 MPI MP40 locomotives and 678 Bombardier BiLevel Coaches. When GO trains began operation, they ran on tracks mostly owned the two major freight railways of Canada: Canadian National Railway (CN) and Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). Over time, GO Transit (and subsequently Metrolinx) have acquired tracks, ensuring GO Transit has control over track maintenance and expansion. Metrolinx currently owns 80% of the GO's rail corridors. All GO Transit fares are calculated by the fare zones that the origin and destination of the trip are in, as well as by passenger category (adult, student, senior or child). GO train fares are not differentiated based whether or not buses are used for part of the trip.

Go! Go! 575 - General references - Netflix

Garcia, Daniel; Bow, James; Marshall, Sean; Drost, Peter (November 10, 2006). “Regional Transit Routes - Transit Toronto”. Retrieved 15 June 2011. Part of collection: Lakeshore, Georgetown, Richmond Hill, Milton, Bradford, Stouffville corridors, and GO ALRT Daniel Garcia and James Bow. “GO Transit's Future Midtown Line”. Transit Toronto. Retrieved 30 December 2015.

“The Big Move” (PDF). Metrolinx. 2008. Retrieved 22 April 2015. “Approved Changes to The Big Move” (PDF). Metrolinx. 14 February 2013. Retrieved 8 December 2015.

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Zero: Dragon Blood - Netflix

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In Dragon Blood, Suzumura Rei continues to hunt Horrors in a certain city. One day, he meets a young woman in love with photography, Hiromi Alice. After witnessing Makai Knight ZERO in action, she develops an interest in Rei. Meanwhile, a carriage crosses a far away bridge. The carriage contains a coffin in which a man lies. That man is none other than the Dragon Knight, who used the power of Dragons to hunt Horrors. The Dragon Knight is about to wake up from his slumber of thousands of years. Rei attempts to deal with Alice, who goes wherever he goes. Before him appears Makai Priestess Rekka, who gives him the order of "Protecting the Ancient Dragon Egg". Alice reacts to these words. The hunt for this Dragon Egg involves both the Dragon Knight and Alice. What is the intention of the awakened warrior?

Zero: Dragon Blood - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-06

Zero: Dragon Blood - Yuria Haga - Netflix

Yuria Haga (芳賀 優里亜, Haga Yuria, born November 27, 1987 in Tokyo) is a Japanese model and actress.

Zero: Dragon Blood - TV series - Netflix

Doremisora (2002) Kokoro (2003) Kamen Rider 555 (2003) Shin: Inochi no genba kara (2004) Sh15uya (2005) Kamen Rider Kiva (2008) Kamen Rider Decade (2009) Kamen Rider Dragon Knight: Maya Young/Kamen Rider Siren Japanese Dub (2009) Oha Star Zero: Dragon Blood (2017)

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I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - Netflix

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A compassionate young male teacher, with the help of his resourceful landlady, works in a sexist school disguised as a woman.

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2001-07-04

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - Futanari - Netflix

Futanari (ふたなり, seldom: 二形, 双形, literally: dual form; 二成, 双成, literally: [to be of] two kinds) is the Japanese word for hermaphroditism, which is also used in a broader sense for androgyny. Beyond Japan, the term is used to describe a commonly pornographic genre of eroge, comics, and anime which includes characters that show both primary sexual characteristics. In today's language it refers almost exclusively to characters who have an overall feminine body, and have male genitalia (although sometimes may also have both male and female genitalia). In that case the term is also often abbreviated as futa(s), which is occasionally also used as a generalized term for the works itself.

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - Bibliography - Netflix

Jensen, Nate (2009). Japanese-English Guide to Sex, Kink and Naughtiness. ISBN 9781442108769.

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - References - Netflix

Face - Netflix

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Face - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2003-04-15

Face - Two-Face - Netflix

Two-Face (Harvey Dent) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly as an adversary of the superhero Batman. The character was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane and first appeared in Detective Comics #66 (Aug. 1942). As one of Batman's most enduring enemies, Two-Face belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up Batman's rogues gallery. Once an upstanding Gotham City District Attorney, Harvey Dent was hideously scarred on the left side of his face after a mob boss threw acidic chemicals at him during a court trial. He was subsequently driven insane and adopted the “Two-Face” persona, becoming a criminal obsessed with the number two and duality. In later years, writers have portrayed Two-Face's obsession with chance and fate as the result of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and dissociative identity disorder. He obsessively makes all important decisions by flipping his former lucky charm, a two-headed coin which was damaged on one side by the acid as well. The modern version is established as having once been a personal friend and ally of James Gordon and Batman. The character has been featured in various media adaptations, such as feature films, television series and video games. For example, Two-Face has been voiced by Richard Moll in DC animated universe, Troy Baker in the Batman: Arkham series, Billy Dee Williams in The Lego Batman Movie, and William Shatner in Batman vs. Two-Face. His live-action portrayals include Billy Dee Williams and Tommy Lee Jones in the Batman film series, Aaron Eckhart in The Dark Knight, and Nicholas D'Agosto in the television series Gotham. In 2009, Two-Face was ranked

12 on IGN's list of the Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time.

Face - Publication history - Netflix

Two-Face first appears in Detective Comics #66 with the name Harvey “Apollo” Kent; later stories changed his name to “Harvey Dent” to avoid an association with Superman (Clark Kent). The character only made three appearances in the 1940s, and appeared twice in the 1950s (not counting the impostors mentioned below). By this time, he was dropped in favor of more “kid friendly” villains, though he did appear in a 1968 issue (World's Finest Comics #173), in which Batman declared him to be the criminal he most fears. In 1971, writer Dennis O'Neil brought Two-Face back, and it was then that he became one of Batman's arch-enemies. In his autobiography, Batman creator Bob Kane claims to have been inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, specifically the 1931 film version which he saw as a boy. Some inspiration was also derived from the Pulp magazine character the Black Bat whose origin story included having acid splashed on his face. In the wake of Frank Miller's 1986 revision of Batman's origin (see Batman: Year One), Andrew Helfer rewrote Two-Face's history to match. This origin, presented in Batman Annual (vol. 1) #14, served to emphasize Dent's status as a tragic character, with a back story that included an abusive, alcoholic father, and early struggles with bipolar disorder and paranoia. It was also established, in Batman: Year One, that pre-accident Harvey Dent was one of Batman's earliest allies. He had clear ties to both Batman and Commissioner Gordon, making him an unsettling and personal foe for both men.

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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo - Netflix

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The school romantic comedy revolves around a second-year high school student named Sorata Kanda who lives in Sakurasou, the dormitory for problem children at Sorata's school. One day, Mashiro Shiina—a cute girl who happens to be also a cosmopolitan, brilliant artist—moves into Sakurasou. Sorata thinks to himself that he should protect Mashiro from the weirdos at Sakurasou, but Mashiro has a surprising secret: she has no idea how to take care of herself. She gets lost if she goes out, and her room is a complete mess. Sorata's dorm mates designate him as the "master" of Mashiro, and thus, an ordinary boy and a brilliant girl must live like "a master and his pet".

Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2012-10-09

Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo - List of The Pet Girl of Sakurasou episodes - Netflix

The Pet Girl of Sakurasou is a 24-episode anime television series adaptation, produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Atsuko Ishizuka, that aired in Japan between October 9, 2012 and March 26, 2013 on Tokyo MX. It has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America. The series was also simulcasted on Crunchyroll. The series makes use of five pieces of theme music: three opening themes and two ending themes. The first opening theme is “Kimi ga Yume o Tsuretekita” (君が夢を連れてきた) sung by Pet na Kanojotachi, consisting of Ai Kayano, Mariko Nakatsu, and Natsumi Takamori. The first ending theme “Days of Dash” is by Konomi Suzuki. From episode 13 onwards, the second opening theme is “Yume no Tsuzuki” (夢の続き) by Konomi Suzuki. The second ending theme is “Prime Number (Kimi to Deaeru Hi)” (Prime Number ~君と出会える日~) by Asuka Ookura. The opening theme of episode 14 is “I Call Your Name Again” by Mariko Nakatsu under her character name Nanami Aoyama.

Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo - Episode list - Netflix

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Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files - Netflix

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From cutting classes to brawling in the streets, Yusuke Urameshi is not your typical role model. In fact, this kid's nothing more than a fourteen-year-old delinquent with a talent for trouble. But in a single selfless act Yusuke dies while saving another. For such noble sacrifice he is given a second chance at life, but it's to be a life far different than the one left behind. Now a Spirit Detective, the young man must track down demons and humans alike who desire to rule over the three realms of reality.\ \ Granted with amazing new powers to be used in the cause of good versus evil, Yusuke sets out on his first assignment. He will gather together those who will fight alongside him: Kuwabara, Yusuke's intellectually challenged formal rival from high school; Kurama, an infamous thief from the Demon World who inhabits a human body; and Hiei, a hot-headed demon skilled with both the sword and the third eye. Together, these four set forth to do battle with monsters, beasts and men.

Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1992-10-10

Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files - List of Yu Yu Hakusho episodes - Netflix

The episodes of the Japanese animated television series Yu Yu Hakusho (幽☆遊☆白書, YūYū Hakusho, lit. “Ghost Files” or “Poltergeist Report”, romanized as Yu Yu HAKUSHO), part of the Yu Yu Hakusho media franchise are directed by Akiyuki Arafusa and Noriyuki Abe and produced by Fuji Television, Yomiko Advertising and Studio Pierrot. They are based on the YuYu Hakusho manga series by Yoshihiro Togashi, incorporating nineteen volumes of the source material over one hundred and twelve episodes. The series concentrates on the adventures of Yusuke Urameshi, who after his death becomes a Spirit Detective, the protector of the Living World against supernatural threats. The series aired weekly from October 10, 1992 to December 17, 1994, on Fuji Television in Japan.

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High School DxD - Netflix

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The story follows Issei Hyodo, a dim-witted, lecherous second-year high school student who is killed by a girl on his first date ever. Issei is reincarnated as a devil, and from that day forward, he serves as an underling of Rias Gremory, a high-level devil who is also the prettiest girl on Issei's campus.

High School DxD - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2012-01-06

High School DxD - Rias Gremory - Netflix

Rias Gremory (リアス・グレモリー, Riasu Guremorī) is a fictional character who appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series High School DxD authored by Ichiei Ishibumi. Rias is the main love interest of the protagonist, Issei Hyodo. Rias is a high school student at Kuoh Academy, which, unbeknownst to most students, contains angels, devils, and fallen angels as part of its student population. High School DxD is set in a world where there is constant battle between these three main factions (angels, devils, fallen angels), though the war has died down as of late, and many famous angels and devils have already ceased to exist. A devil of the Gremory clan, one of the highest-ranking devil families, Rias initially saves Issei after he was attacked by a fallen angel, Raynare. Issei wakes up the next morning, thinking that the events that occurred were all just a dream, but then notices Rias naked in his room. Rias reveals to Issei her true identity as a devil and says that as a result of his death at the hands of Raynare, she has reincarnated him as a devil, becoming his new master in the process. Rias is the head of Kuoh Academy's Occult Research school club, where Issei, Rias, and the club members interact with various groups and organizations, some of which are run by devils who compete against them in sanctioned combat matches called Rating Games, where the characters have been assigned positions akin to chess pieces. Rias has received mostly positive critical reception. Reviewers have complimented the character's design, personality, and relationship with Issei, as well as her physical attractiveness. Her backstory has also been the recipient of some praise, though some reviewers have critiqued her character as uninteresting. Rias has achieved popularity in anime and manga fandom, and has appeared on numerous lists and surveys of the most popular anime and manga characters. Numerous High School DxD merchandise featuring Rias have also been released, including figurines and video games. The character is also a popular one to cosplay.

High School DxD - Conception and creation - Netflix

Author Ichiei Ishibumi mentioned that Rias was developed into a second lead character and heroine, and Asia to be the second heroine, as well as Issei the protagonist, in the afterword of the first light novel. Some of his characters are loosely referenced from the Bible, non-fiction books, and mythology, and he created a world with a war being waged between three major factions (angels, devils, and fallen angels) with Rias being a devil. In Volume 5 of the light novels, Ishibumi writes that he likes to pair the main characters: Rias and Akeno are the big sister duo, Asia and Xenovia are the church-related duo who become friends, Gasper and Koneko are the young first-years, and Issei and Yuto are the guys. When Rias' English voice actress Jamie Marchi was writing the dub script, she noted it was a breast-centric show, even noting that they have sound effects for when they move. She saw the main heroine Rias was calm and stern and a character that she isn't used to playing. She also liked giving the side characters more personality. Marchi says that Rias is a straightforward character who is not as sassy as the redheaded anime girls she sees in other shows. Ishibumi also agrees with the appeal of the characters', including Rias' oppai (breasts) especially in later volumes of the light novels, and had planned to make the heroines more erotic, especially in the side story volumes that focus on comedy. Rias is voiced by Yōko Hikasa in Japanese and Jamie Marchi in English.

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Tiger Mask - Netflix

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The first Japanese heel wrestler appeared in Japanese professional wrestling. He was Tiger Mask who had been called yellow devil with fears in the United States. He was the first masked wrestler, and he fought cruelly breaking the rules. But he had a secret that he couldn't talk to anyone. Date Naoto, who was Tiger Mask, had been raised in a orphans' home, then he had been trained by the heel wrestler training organization, Cave of Tigers. The wrestlers who had trained at Cave of Tigers had to pay a lot of money. However, he knew that the orphan's house was suffering from a lot of debts, and he took over the debts in order to help Ruriko who was his childhood friend and the manager of the orphans' house without revealing that he was Tiger mask. Thefore, he couldn't pay money to Cave of Tigers. Furthermore, he quitted his villain acts for the children who yearned for him. Because of the betrayal, Cave of Tigers began to send heel wrestlers one after another to destroy his carrier as a wrestler.

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Tiger Mask - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 23 minutes

Premier: 1969-10-02

Tiger Mask - List of Tiger Mask W characters - Netflix

The anime series Tiger Mask W, created by Toei Animation, features a variety of fictional characters. The series focuses on Naoto Azuma, a wrestler who goes by the moniker Tiger Mask, and his friend and rival Takuma Fujii who goes by Tiger the Dark. They are supported by friends and family, and they interact regularly with characters from New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), some of whom are real-life pro wrestlers from the federation; as well as a rival federation called Global Wrestling Monopoly (GWM). The character design for the anime was done by Hisashi Kagawa who worked on anime shows such as The Kindaichi Case Files, Saikano, Fresh Pretty Cure, and Sailor Moon.

Tiger Mask - Milk and Mint - Netflix

Milk (ミルク, Miruku) and Mint (ミント, Minto) are two Japanese female pro-wrestlers from GWM. Together they are known as the Candy Pair (キャンディペア, Kyandi Pea). They are 20 years old. Milk has medium-length black hair styled in a ponytail and is pictured in a white and pink top and frilled miniskirt. She looks like a Japanese idol. Mint has brown hair and wears a yellow-and-green outfit. According to character designer Hisashi Kagawa, they are modeled after Japanese female pro-wrestlers Mizuki and Saki. They are voiced by Mayumi Iizuka and Haruna Ikezawa.

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Casshern Sins - Netflix

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Created as a reboot of the Casshern franchise, Casshern Sins tells the story of a world where robots subjugated humanity after becoming self-aware. Their leader, Braiking Boss, ruled over the world with an iron fist. One day, a mysterious girl named Luna is summoned by the people, in order to bring the salvation of mankind. Fearing her as a potential threat, Braiking Boss sent three of his most powerful cyborg warriors to dispose of Luna: Casshern, Dio, and Leda. Casshern, the strongest warrior, manages to track down and kill Luna. However, this triggers a cataclysmic event which sets into motion the end of the world. Hundreds of years later, the world's atmosphere is filled with poison, and, due to the inability of most remaining humans to reproduce, as well as the constant threat posed by the robots, humanity is on the brink of extinction.Robots fare little better, fearing death as much as humans do: the poisonous environment quickly causes their mechanical bodies to rust and corrode, forcing them to constantly replace their damaged parts, if spare parts in good condition can even be found. In this wretched time and place, Casshern, who had disappeared following the assassination of Luna, returns with no memory of who he is or what he had done. As he embarks on a journey to find out the truth about himself, will Casshern discover his true purpose and destiny?

Casshern Sins - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2008-10-01

Casshern Sins - Justin Cook - Netflix

Justin Ryan Cook (born April 4, 1982 in Austin, Texas) is an American producer, voice actor, line Producer, ADR director and engineer who works for anime series at Funimation/OkraTron 5000 and is most noted for his English dub role as Yusuke Urameshi in YuYu Hakusho.

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D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ - Netflix

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Hatsune-jima is an island formed from a dormant volcano and is known for its cherry trees that bloom out of season. Some people believe that one of the trees is capable of granting any wish. The newspaper club has been challenged by the unofficial newspaper club as to who can write the better story that investigates the supernatural. Kiyotaka and the five cute girls of the newspaper club take up the challenge, but the girls have more on their minds than just the story.

D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2013-01-05

D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ - Emi Nitta - Netflix

Emi Nitta (新田 恵海, Nitta Emi, born December 10, 1985) is a Japanese voice actress and singer from Nagano Prefecture affiliated with the talent agency Difference. She became a voice actress after passing an audition organized by talent agency S-inc. She officially transferred to Difference on 1 September 2017. She is best known for her roles as Honoka Kōsaka in Love Live! and Tokoha Anjō in Cardfight!! Vanguard G. She made her anime voice acting debut as Ricca Morizono in Da Capo III. She made an appearance at the Bangkok Comic Con in July 2014. Her nickname is Emitsun (えみつん).

D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ - Theatre - Netflix

Legally Blonde (2017-2019), Vivienne Kensington

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Pokemon Origins - Netflix

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Pokemon Origins follows Red in his journey through the region of Kanto in his attempt to complete his "Pokédex" by capturing and cataloging all the Pokémon that exist. Along the way he'll discover there's more to himself and his goals than he originally thought. Red will have to put both himself and his Pokémon to the test in special Gyms whose leaders are steps along the way to the Pokémon League, in order to challenge the Elite Four and become a Pokémon League Champion.\ \ Aside from his goals to become a Champion, Red has other problems brewing. There are others who capture and train Pokémon for more sinister reasons, with the infamous criminal organization Team Rocket being one of them. If Red can defeat them, fellow trainers, his rival Green, and wild Pokémon all through Kanto, he just may fulfill his own dream, and Doctor Ookido's as well.

Pokemon Origins - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 27 minutes

Premier: 2013-10-02

Pokemon Origins - Pokémon Sun and Moon - Netflix

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are role-playing video games developed by Game Freak, published by The Pokémon Company in Japan and by Nintendo in overseas for the Nintendo 3DS. They are the first installments in the seventh generation of Pokémon games. First announced in February 2016 through a special Nintendo Direct, both Sun and Moon were released worldwide in November 2016, commemorating the franchise's 20th anniversary. Two follow-up games, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, were released for the 3DS in November 2017. As with previous installments, each game follows the journey of a young Pokémon trainer as they train Pokémon. This time, the game takes place in the Alola region—based on Hawaii—with the object of the game being to thwart the schemes of Team Skull, and later the Aether Foundation, all while attempting to challenge various Pokémon trainers of gradually increasing difficulty. Sun and Moon introduced 81 new Pokémon species, and includes new features such as Alolan forms of previous generation Pokémon, powerful moves known as Z-Moves, new, powerful creatures known as Ultra Beasts, updated battle and training mechanics, and improved polygonal 3D graphics. The games also adopted the previously introduced battle mechanic known as Mega Evolution, which was first introduced in Pokémon X and Y. Although Sun and Moon are mostly independent of each other, both feature largely the same plot, and while either can be played separately, trading Pokémon between the two games is allowed and necessary to complete the Pokédex, just like in previous installments. The games received generally favorable reviews from critics, who welcomed the change from the formula used by prior Pokémon games and praised the gameplay of Sun and Moon while criticizing their poor storyline and lack of content beyond the primary plot. Upon release, the games sold over 10 million copies worldwide within a week, becoming one of the fastest selling games in Nintendo's history. With over 16 million copies sold worldwide by the end of 2017, Sun and Moon are the third-best-selling Nintendo 3DS titles, after Mario Kart 7 and their predecessors, Pokémon X and Y.

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Mobile Suit Gundam - Netflix

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In the year Universal Century 0079, humanity lives in space colonies called Sides. Side 3, the Principality of Zeon, has declared war on the Earth Federation. After the intial fighting, an 8-month stalemate occured. However that stalemate breaks when Amuro Ray stumbles into the Gundam, the Earth Federation's secret weapon. Now Amuro and the crew of White Base must stand up to Zeon in order to end the war.

Mobile Suit Gundam - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1979-04-07

Mobile Suit Gundam - Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin - Netflix

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (機動戦士ガンダム THE ORIGIN, Kidō Senshi Gandamu The Origin) is a manga written and illustrated by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko. It is a retelling of the story from the 1979 anime television series Mobile Suit Gundam, of which Yasuhiko was the original character designer. An anime adaptation of the manga, focusing on the stories of Casval Rem Deikun (more famously known as Char Aznable) and his sister Artesia (aka Sayla Mass), produced by Sunrise began releasing in 2015. Yasuhiko is the chief director of the adaptation, with Sunrise veteran Takashi Imanishi as director, and Katsuyuki Sumisawa as the scriptwriter.

Mobile Suit Gundam - Plot - Netflix

The plot of the manga follows somewhat closely to the plot of the original series. It is the year Universal Century 0079, and the eighth month of a vicious war between the Earth Federation and a breakaway nation of space colonists, the Principality of Zeon. The story follows the crew of the warship White Base, as they fight to ferry the experimental RX-78-02 Gundam mobile suit to the Federation base at Jaburo. Although for the most part faithful to the original series' plot (all of the major events unfold in mostly the same manner as the TV series, though often in different locales), Yasuhiko has taken the liberty of changing certain elements in the series universe, giving a different character to the series and the struggle that unfolds. Primary among these is the presence of mobile suits in both sides well before the conflict begins—in fact, in the flashback sequences, both the Earth Federation Forces and Zeon use Guntanks in 0068, and they and the Guncannon mobile suit are described as “obsolete” and fit for target practice in the first volume (in the TV series proper, both the RX-75 and the RX-77 were as new as the RX-78 Gundam itself, designed to serve as long- and mid-range fire support units). Other differences concern the breadth of the Gundam's journey to Jaburo. Where it's implied that the White Base's journey to Jaburo in the series was pretty much a circumnavigation of the globe unconnected to many real-world locations, Yasuhiko's journey places the White Base's landfall near Los Angeles, the headquarters of Garma Zabi (in the series, Garma was based out of a generic “New York” — Origin in fact states the Zeon occupation HQ as Los Angeles City Hall, with Garma residing in Hollywood/Beverly Hills) and moves the craft steadily to the southeast, and down the South American coast—past Caracas, Venezuela and through Machu Picchu and into Brazil, where Jaburo, the headquarters of the Earth Federation, is located. This retelling cuts out some of the more trivial encounters seen in the original series, while keeping and expanding on important characters like Garma, Ramba Ral, and the Black Tri-Stars. As a direct result the events of Operation Odessa which takes place around the Ukrainian city of the same name, occur after the events of Jaburo, as opposed to the anime where they occur before. Yasuhiko further finally tells the entire back story of the Gundam universe in the manga. After the successful defense of Jaburo, the story diverts into a very in-depth flashback, told primarily from the viewpoints of Sayla and Char (with a secondary thread being told from Amuro's POV) recounting the downfall of Zeon Zum Deikun, the rise of the Zabi family, the construction of Side 7 and the research into mobile suits, and leading up through a decade until the launching of the One Year War. It also goes into detail answering many previously unanswered questions such as the appearance of heretofore unseen Zeon mobile suits prior to the MS-05 Zaku I, how Dozle Zabi received his trademark scars and even the origin of Casval Deikun/Edward Mass' “Char Aznable” identity. Volume fourteen, deals with the Battle of Loum at the beginning of the One Year War, and is the last piece of the in-depth flashback. The story shifted back on track to the original anime's storyline, featuring the White Base's involvement in the Federation's Operation Odessa, as well as including Kai Shiden's encounter with Miharu. Afterwards, the manga deals with the end of the Odessa campaign and, in another departure from the series, takes M'Quve and his Gyan out of the picture before he has a chance to confront the Gundam.

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Women's Special Investigation Frontline - Netflix

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Police officers Muromachi Kyoko and Ichijo Yayoi work for the general affairs and public relations sections while former detective Yasaka Misuzu is now a cafeteria cook. These three women love gossip. They bring what they happen to have heard within the precinct and get animated chatting about various topics at the cafeteria. As they idly gossip about classified investigation information and analyse cases from a completely different perspective from the investigation task force, they start to find unexpected hints that are connected to solving the cases

Women's Special Investigation Frontline - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2016-07-21

Women's Special Investigation Frontline - Deepwater Horizon oil spill - Netflix

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill (also referred to as the BP oil spill/leak, the BP oil disaster, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and the Macondo blowout) is an industrial disaster that began on 20 April 2010, in the Gulf of Mexico on the BP-operated Macondo Prospect, considered to be the largest marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry and estimated to be 8% to 31% larger in volume than the previous largest, the Ixtoc I oil spill. The U.S. government estimated the total discharge at 4.9 million barrels (210 million US gal; 780,000 m3). After several failed efforts to contain the flow, the well was declared sealed on 19 September 2010. Reports in early 2012 indicated that the well site was still leaking. A massive response ensued to protect beaches, wetlands and estuaries from the spreading oil utilizing skimmer ships, floating booms, controlled burns and 1.84 million US gallons (7,000 m3) of oil dispersant. Due to the months-long spill, along with adverse effects from the response and cleanup activities, extensive damage to marine and wildlife habitats and fishing and tourism industries was reported. In Louisiana, 4,900,000 pounds (2,200 t) of oily material was removed from the beaches in 2013, over double the amount collected in 2012. Oil cleanup crews worked four days a week on 55 miles (89 km) of Louisiana shoreline throughout 2013. Oil continued to be found as far from the Macondo site as the waters off the Florida Panhandle and Tampa Bay, where scientists said the oil and dispersant mixture is embedded in the sand. In April 2013, it was reported that dolphins and other marine life continued to die in record numbers with infant dolphins dying at six times the normal rate. One study released in 2014 reported that tuna and amberjack that were exposed to oil from the spill developed deformities of the heart and other organs that would be expected to be fatal or at least life-shortening and another study found that cardiotoxicity might have been widespread in animal life exposed to the spill. Numerous investigations explored the causes of the explosion and record-setting spill. The U.S. government September 2011 report pointed to defective cement on the well, faulting mostly BP, but also rig operator Transocean and contractor Halliburton. Earlier in 2011, a White House commission likewise blamed BP and its partners for a series of cost-cutting decisions and an inadequate safety system, but also concluded that the spill resulted from “systemic” root causes and “absent significant reform in both industry practices and government policies, might well recur”. In November 2012, BP and the United States Department of Justice settled federal criminal charges with BP pleading guilty to 11 counts of manslaughter, two misdemeanors, and a felony count of lying to Congress. BP also agreed to four years of government monitoring of its safety practices and ethics, and the Environmental Protection Agency announced that BP would be temporarily banned from new contracts with the US government. BP and the Department of Justice agreed to a record-setting $4.525 billion in fines and other payments. As of February 2013, criminal and civil settlements and payments to a trust fund had cost the company $42.2 billion. In September 2014, a U.S. District Court judge ruled that BP was primarily responsible for the oil spill because of its gross negligence and reckless conduct. In July 2015, BP agreed to pay $18.7 billion in fines, the largest corporate settlement in U.S. history.

Women's Special Investigation Frontline - Interactive maps - Netflix

Gulf Oil Spill Tracker interactive map and form for citizen reporting (SkyTruth.org) Map and Estimates of the Oil Spilled (New York Times) Where Oil Has Made Landfall (New York Times)

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The Wonderful Adventures of Nils - Netflix

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Nils Holgersson is a young boy on a farm who is cruel to the animals. But when he catches the farm's little goblin it becomes one prank too many. He is magically shrunk and suddenly the farm animals are out for revenge. He flees on the back of the goose Morten and they join up with a flock of wild geese. Together they travel all over Sweden, with Nils hoping to find a way to become big again.

The Wonderful Adventures of Nils - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1980-01-08

The Wonderful Adventures of Nils - Gorgo, Queen of Sparta - Netflix

Gorgo (; Greek: Γοργώ [ɡorɡɔ͜ɔ́]; fl. 480 BC) was a Queen of Sparta. She was the daughter and the only known child of Cleomenes I, King of Sparta (r. 520–490 BC) during the 6th and 5th centuries BC. She was the wife of King Leonidas I, Cleomenes' half-brother, who fought and died in the Battle of Thermopylae. Gorgo is noted as one of the few female historical figures actually named by Herodotus, and was known for her political judgement and wisdom. She is notable for being the daughter of a king of Sparta, the wife of another, and the mother of a third. Her birth date is uncertain, but is most likely to have been between 518 and 508 BC, based on Herodotus' dating (Histories 5.51)

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There are sections where she is present at court or in council and gives advice to the king or the elders. This either indicates that Gorgo was highly thought of by Herodotus, who often left out the names of the female figures he included in his books, or that as the wife of Leonidas I, her actions and counsel were all the more noteworthy. Plutarch quotes Queen Gorgo as follows: “When asked by a woman from Attica, 'Why are you Spartan women the only ones who can rule men?', she said: 'Because we are also the only ones who give birth to men.'” Another version has this as, “...some foreign lady, as it would seem, told her that the women of Lacedaemon were the only women in the world who could rule men; 'With good reason,' she said, 'for we are the only women who bring forth men.'” (Plutarch's Lives: Lycurgus)

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Long Riders! - Netflix

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The story follows Kurata Ami, a first year college student with no special qualities. One day she happens to notice someone riding a folding bike, immediately falls in love with it, and uses all her savings to buy one. She eventually gets introduced to the world of long-distance bicycling and road racer bikes, and she forms a cycling team called Fortuna with four other female college students from the same school. Their goal is to ride in a "brevet" or long-distance event called Fresh.

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Long Riders! - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-08

Long Riders! - Carradine family - Netflix

The Carradine family is the family of American actor John Carradine, who had five sons, four of whom became actors. The family includes: John Carradine (1906–1988), married four times including: (i) Ardanelle McCool (marriage 1935–44)

Bruce John Carradine (born April 10, 1933), adopted, Arandelle's son from previous marriage David Carradine (1936–2009), married five times and had three children and four step-children:

Calista Carradine (born April 1962), by Donna Lea Becht (1st wife) Tom Carradine (born 1972), by domestic partner Barbara Hershey Kansas Carradine (born May 1978), by Linda Gilbert (2nd wife)

His fifth wife Annie Carradine (née Anne Kirstie Fraser) had four other children from two previous husbandsAmanda Fraser Eckelberry (born November 29, 1989) by first husband Marc Duke Eckelberry (Born in 1954 in California). Madeleine Rose (born April 4, 1995) by second husband Dana Richard Bierman (Born on September 8, 1952 in San Francisco, California and died December 9, 2000 at age 48 of pancreatic cancer in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California). Olivia Juliette (born 1998), twin sister of Max, (stepdaughter) Max Richard (born 1998), twin brother of Olivia, (stepson)

(ii) Sonia Sorel (marriage 1944–56), later married artist Michael Bowen and had an actor son Michael Bowen (born 1957) Christopher Carradine (born 1947), architect who became Vice President of Walt Disney Imagineering Married to Carolyn Martin since 1979, with 3 children

Richard Reed Carradine (born 1970), Caitlyn Lace Carradine (born 1982) Henry Wolfe Carradine (born 1990)

Keith Carradine (born 1949)

Martha Plimpton (born 1970), by Shelley Plimpton Cade Richmond Carradine, (born 1982), by Sandra Will (1st wife) Sorel Johannah Carradine (born 1985), by Sandra Will (1st wife)

Robert Carradine (born 1954)

Ever Carradine (born 1974), by Susan Snyder Marica Reed Carradine (born 1990), by Edie Mani (his wife since 1990) Ian Alexander Carradine (born 1992), by Edie Mani (his wife since 1990)

John Carradine appeared with his son David in The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) and co-starred with him in Boxcar Bertha (1972) which was produced by Roger Corman and directed by Martin Scorsese. He also appeared in three episodes of the 1970s television series Kung Fu, in which David starred. David's brothers Bruce, Keith and Robert also appeared in the series, with Keith playing David's character as a teenager for a brief period. Bruce Carradine also appeared with David in Q, The Winged Serpent (1982) and in David's directorial “labor of love”, Americana. David and his half-brothers Keith and Robert appeared together as the Younger brothers in Walter Hill's 1980 film The Long Riders and the three of them appeared in a humorous cameo on The Fall Guy, on an episode on which their father co-starred. Robert also “shot David to death” in a cameo in Scorsese's Mean Streets. Keith was in another of David's directorial attempts, You and Me, while Robert co-starred with David in the unreleased musical which David directed, A Country Mile. David appeared alongside his half-brother Robert on the eleventh episode of the Disney Channel's Lizzie McGuire, of which Robert was a main character. In this episode, David was cast as a character reminiscent of his Kung Fu character, Kwai Chang Caine. David and Keith each hosted the History Channel's Wild West Tech and appeared in at least two additional films together, Last Stand at Saber River (for which Keith won an award) and The Outsider. David's daughter, Calista, appeared in a recurring role on Kung Fu: The Legend Continues. She also had a role in Project Eliminator, with her father. She was the star of the unreleased epic, Mata Hari, which David directed. In addition, she sang the theme to Americana, a song that David wrote called “Around”. David appeared with his niece, Ever, in Dead & Breakfast.

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Mobile Suit Gundam Twilight AXIS - Netflix

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U.C. 0096, the Earth Federation Army Information Division feel the threat to the ‘Psycho Frame' after the ‘Laplace Box' incident. In order to close in on the mystery, an investigation team was dispatched to the asteroid Axis, whose plummet to Earth was prevented due to the influence of the ‘Psycho Frame'. Within the members of the investigation team are Arlette Almage and Danton Hyleg, both of whom served the Principality of Zeon and Neo Zeon as an engineer and a test pilot, repectively. Upon infiltrating Axis, the investigation team is attacked by new-style Gundam at a base where no one should have been. Arlette and Danton encounter something they never would have imagined...

Mobile Suit Gundam Twilight AXIS - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-23

Mobile Suit Gundam Twilight AXIS - Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack - Netflix

Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (Japanese: 機動戦士ガンダム 逆襲のシャア, Hepburn: Kidō Senshi Gandamu: Gyakushū no Shā) is a 1988 anime film set in the Universal Century timeline of the Gundam franchise. Making its theatrical debut on March 12, 1988, Char's Counterattack is the culmination of the original saga begun in Mobile Suit Gundam and continued through Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam and Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, marking the final conflict of the fourteen-year rivalry between the characters Amuro Ray and Char Aznable. It was adapted from Mobile Suit Gundam: High Streamer, a trilogy of novels written by Gundam creator Yoshiyuki Tomino. In addition to being the first original Gundam theatrical release, Char's Counterattack was also the first Gundam production to make use of computer graphics during a five-second shot of the Sweetwater colony rotating in space, being made at Toyo Links. Char's Counterattack was released in America on DVD on August 20, 2002 and was shown on January 4, 2003 on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.

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Watashi no Ashinaga Ojisan - Netflix

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Judy Abbott is an orphan who has been given the opportunity to study at the prestigious Lincoln Memorial High School by a mysterious benefactor whom she only knows as "John Smith". She has only seen his shadow once, and because of his long legs, she calls him "Daddy Long Legs". The only payment she is to give her benefactor is that she write him letters every month, with no expectation of them being responded to.

The anime covers three years of Judy's life, starting with her leaving the John Grier Home orphanage, and ending with her finishing high school.

Watashi no Ashinaga Ojisan - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1990-01-14

Watashi no Ashinaga Ojisan - World Masterpiece Theater - Netflix

World Masterpiece Theater (世界名作劇場, Sekai Meisaku Gekijō) is a Japanese TV anime staple that showcased an animated version of a different classical book or story each year on 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. It originally aired from 1969 to 1997 then resumed in 2007. The first several series were produced by Mushi Production and then by Zuiyo Eizo, and then by Zuiyo's successor Nippon Animation, which was officially established in June 1975 during the run of A Dog of Flanders. In both cases, the series originally aired primarily on Fuji Television. Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata both worked on several of the series. World Masterpiece Theater as produced by Nippon Animation lasted for 23 seasons, from A Dog of Flanders in 1975 to Remi, Nobody's Girl (家なき子レミ, Ie Naki Ko Remi, Sans Famille) in 1997. Nippon Animation restarted the series in 2007 with the release of Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette, which premiered on BS Fuji on January 7, 2007, with Porufi no Nagai Tabi (The Long Journey of Porphy) subsequently airing on the same network beginning on January 6, 2008, making it the 25th World Masterpiece Theater series. The most recent and 26th series is Kon'nichiwa Anne: Before Green Gables (lit. Hello Anne ~ Before Green Gables). To date, only six series were ever dubbed in English for the North American market: Fables of the Green Forest (1973), Tom Sawyer (1980), Swiss Family Robinson (1981), Little Women (1987), The Adventures of Peter Pan (1989), and The Bush Baby (1992). The anime satellite television network, Animax, who also aired numerous installments of the series across Japan, later translated and dubbed many of the series' installments into English for broadcast across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia, such as Princess Sarah (小公女セーラ, Shōkōjo Sēra), Remi, Nobody's Girl (家なき子レミ, Ie Naki Ko Remi), Little Women (愛の若草物語, Ai no Wakakusa Monogatari), and others. The serials also found success in Europe, with Anne of Green Gables (1979, Miyazaki's last work for Nippon Animation before leaving the studio), Heidi, Girl of the Alps as well as the aforementioned Princess Sarah. The series has been known by various names over the years (as shown below), but “World Masterpiece Theater” is the name most commonly used by viewers. Nippon Animation's official English name for the series is “The Classic Family Theater Series”.

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Les Misérables: Girl Cosette (レ・ミゼラブル 少女コゼット, Re Mizeraburu Shōjo Kozetto, 2007): Adapted from Victor Hugo's novel, Les Misérables. The Long Journey of Porphy (ポルフィの長い旅, Porufi no Nagai Tabi, 2008): Adapted from Paul-Jacques Bonzon's The orphans of Simitra. Kon'nichiwa Anne: Before Green Gables (こんにちは アン, lit. Hello Anne ~ Before Green Gables, 2009): Adapted from the Anne of Green Gables prequel, Budge Wilson's Before Green Gables.

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Taishou Yakyuu Musume - Netflix

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In 1925 (year 14 of the Taisho period), after being told by a baseball player that women should become housewives instead of going to school, two 14-year-old Japanese high school girls named Koume and Akiko decide to start a baseball team in order to prove him wrong. During this time, when even running was considered too vulgar for women, baseball is known as "what the boys do" and they face many difficulties when searching members, getting permission from their parents and when learning about the sport itself. The novels are set in 1925 when two 14-year-old Japanese high school girls named Koume and Shōko decide to start a baseball team in Japan where few baseball teams — male or female — exist at the time. First though, the two girls have no clue where to find nine players, how to use the equipment, and what even the rules are.

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Taishou Yakyuu Musume - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2009-07-03

Taishou Yakyuu Musume - Yūko Kaida - Netflix

Yūko Kaida (甲斐田 裕子, Kaida Yūko, born January 14, 1980) is a Japanese voice actress from Kanagawa. She is affiliated with Ken Production. Kaida's most known roles include Neela Rasgotra in the Japanese dub of ER, Shimei Ryomou in Ikki Tousen, Kyō Takamimori in Potemayo, Amane Ootori in Strawberry Panic!, Minako Tsukiyama in Maria-sama ga Miteru and Matsu in Sengoku Basara.

Taishou Yakyuu Musume - Television animation - Netflix

2001 Geneshaft (Sofia Galgalim) Strawberry Eggs (Teacher) Vandread: The Second Stage (Roban) 2002 The Twelve Kingdoms (School Girl 3 (ep 1),Secretary 1 (ep 9), Student girl 2 (ep 4)) Ai Yori Aoshi (Miyuki) Shrine of the Morning Mist (Girl B (ep 16)) Petite Princess Yucie (Kate (ep 4)) Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (Niimi's Secretary (eps 21-22)) Getbackers (High Schoolgirl (ep 27)) Hamtaro (Harmony) 2003 Transformers: Armada (Teacher) Gunparade March (Librarian) Stellvia (Girl A (ep 1)) Astro Boy (Tamami) Texhnolyze (Yoko) Ikki Tousen (Shimei Ryomou) Godannar (Shadow) Saiyuki Reload (Shunto (ep 11)) Fullmetal Alchemist (Leo/Rick's Mother (ep 24)) 2004 Daphne in the Brilliant Blue (Yuu Paku) Maria Watches Over Us (Minako Tsukiyama) Kurau: Phantom Memory (Ayaka) Maria Watches Over Us Season 2: Printemps (Minako Tsukiyama) Tactics (Yumeyakko) Kujibiki Unbalance (Izumi Tachibana) 2005 Starship Operators (Imari Kamiya) Jinki:Extend (Aunt Cafeteria) Best Student Council (Yuuko Kimizuka (ep 9)) Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE (Souma) Trinity Blood (Sister Paula) Kamichu! (Student Council Vice President) Kotenkotenko (Thoth) Blood+ (Julia) Hamtaro (Harmony) 2006 Digimon: Data Squad (Hayase's Wife) Strawberry Panic! (Amane Ootori) Glass Fleet (Michel Vaurban de Cabelle) Hime-sama Goyojin (Miss Yoko) Ramen Fighter Miki (Hell's Bunny) Nighthead Genesis (Mayumi (ep 13)) D.Gray-man (Hevlaska) 009-1 (Billy (ep 7)) Hell Girl: Two Mirrors (Utae Negoro (ep 10)) 2007 Tokyo Majin (Mamiko Sakuya) Ikki-Tousen: Dragon Destiny (Shimei Ryomou) Engage Planet Kiss Dum (Itsuki Sasara) Princess Resurrection (Liza Wildman) Emma: A Victorian Romance Second Act (Nanette) Potemayo (Kyo Takamimori) Rental Magica (Daphne) Hero Tales (Rinmei) 2008 Hatenko Yugi (Village Chief's Son) Kamen no Maid Guy (Saki Tabaruzaka) Blue Dragon: Trials of the Seven Shadows (Dannel) Our Home's Fox Deity (Kotoji no Nushi) Kaiba (Parm) Golgo 13 (Jean Barbara) Ikki Tousen: Great Guardians (Shimei Ryomou) Sekirei (Hikari) Toradora! (Sumire Kanō) Hyakko (Ushio Makunouchi) A Certain Magical Index (Aiho Yomikawa) Tytania (Sonia) 2009 Gin Tama (Tsukuyo) Maria Holic (Ryuuken Ishima) Kurokami The Animation (Mikami Houjou) Birdy the Mighty Decode:02 (Moss) Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings (Matsu) Asura Cryin' (Toru Kitsutaka) Queen's Blade: The Exiled Virgin (Listy) Hanasakeru Seishunen (Brigitte) Guin Saga (Rigea) Saki (Jun Inoue) Eden of the East (Misae) Taisho Baseball Girls (Tomoe Tsukubae) Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 (Mari Kusakabe) Queen's Blade 2: The Evil Eye (Listy) Asura Cryin' 2 (Tooru Kitsutaka) A Certain Scientific Railgun (Aiho Yomikawa) 2010 Dance in the Vampire Bund (Vera) Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor (Shimei Ryomou) The Tatami Galaxy (Hanuki-san) Okami-san & Her Seven Companions (Momoko Kibitsu) Sekirei: Pure Engagement (Hikari) Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings II (Matsu) A Certain Magical Index II (Aiho Yomikawa) 2011 Bleach (Ikumi Unagiya) Gosick (Secretary (eps 9-10)) Freezing (Elizabeth Maybury) Tiger & Bunny (Agnes Joubert) Maria Holic Alive (Ryuuken Ishima) Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san (Uriel) Astarotte's Toy (Ursula Sumarlidi) Blue Exorcist (Caspar) Manyo Hiken-chi (Oiso) Chihayafuru (Yumi Yamamoto) Persona 4: The Animation (Mayumi Yamano) Shakugan no Shana III (Shaheru) 2012 Bodacious Space Pirates (Ririka Kato) Queen's Blade: Rebellion (Risty) Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi (Lolo) Saki Episode of Side A (Jun Inoue) La storia della Arcana Famiglia (Federica) Code:Breaker (Kanda) 2013 Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san. Z (Yumi, Uriel) A Certain Scientific Railgun S (Aiho Yomikawa) Tokyo Ravens (Hishamaru) 2014 Black Bullet (Sumire Muroto) Black Butler: Book of Circus (Beast) Broken Blade (Lee) Mekakucity Actors (Tsubomi Kido) Date A Live II (Jessica Bayley) Saki: The Nationals (Jun Inoue) Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement (Matsu) 2015 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Egypt Arc (Malèna (eps 32-33)) Snow White with the Red Hair (Garack Gazelt) Subete ga F ni Naru (Miki Magata) The Asterisk War (Kyōko Yatsuzaki) 2016 Akagami no Shirayukihime 2nd Season (Garack Gazelt) 2017 Kabukibu! (Kaoru Asagi) Kado: The Right Answer (Sophie Fukami) 2018 Saredo Tsumibito wa Ryū to Odoru: Dances with the Dragons (Nidvolk) Hugtto! PreCure (Gelos)

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Abenobashi Mahou☆Shoutengai - Netflix

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Two kids whose families own businesses in a shopping arcade that's scheduled to shut down are thrown into a series of dimensions, each one a parody of some form of anime or video game, and try to find their way home.

Abenobashi Mahou☆Shoutengai - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2002-04-04

Abenobashi Mahou☆Shoutengai - Kyōko Hikami - Netflix

Kyōko Hikami (氷上 恭子, Hikami Kyōko, born January 11, 1969) is a Japanese voice actress. Her major roles include title character Momoko Hanasaki in the anime Wedding Peach, Hikaru Usada / Rabi~en~Rose in Di Gi Charat, Hebi no Yuki (Snake) in Angel Tales, Tsubaki Takamura in Sakura Wars, Urara Kasuga in Sakura Diaries. Recent roles include Sakagami-sensei in Love Lab and Yuki Sakurakōji in Code:Breaker. She is part of the voice actress trio Furil which also consists of Wedding Peach voice castmates Yūko Miyamura and Yukana.

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