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Yōko Matsuoka
Yōko Matsuoka (松岡洋子, Matsuoka Yōko, born October 20, 1954) is a Japanese voice actress from Tokyo
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Yoko Matsuoka McClain
Yoko Matsuoka McClain (January 1, 1924[1] – November 2, 2011) was a Japanese-born American professor of Japanese language and literature at the University of Oregon.[1] She was the granddaughter of Japanese novelist, Natsume Sōseki, from her maternal lineage.[1][2] McClain was born Yoko Matsuoka in Tokyo. She graduated from Tsuda College in 1945 and found work as a translator during the Occupation of Japan by the Americans following World War II.[1] She obtained a scholarship, the forebearer of the Fulbright Program, to study at the University of Oregon
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Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Japanese: 鋼の錬金術師 FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, Hepburn: Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Furumetaru Arukemisuto) is an anime series adapted from the Fullmetal Alchemist manga by Hiromu Arakawa. Produced by Bones, the series is directed by Yasuhiro Irie and written by Hiroshi Ōnogi. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is the second anime television series based on Fullmetal Alchemist, the first being 2003's Fullmetal Alchemist. Unlike the previous adaptation, Brotherhood is an almost 1:1 adaptation directly following the original events of the manga. It was first announced in the manga series' 20th tankōbon volume.[2] In Japan, it is differentiated from the 2003 series by the inclusion of the English language title. The series premiered on April 5, 2009, on MBS-TBS' Sunday 5:00 PM JST anime time block, replacing Mobile Suit Gundam 00, and ran weekly until airing its final episode on July 4, 2010
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Crush Gear Turbo
Crush Gear Turbo
Crush Gear Turbo
(Japanese: 激闘!クラッシュギアTURBO, Hepburn: Gekitō! Kurasshugia Tābo), also known just as Crush Gear, is an anime and manga series. The anime series, produced by Sunrise, spanned 68 episodes, aired across Japan
Japan
on the anime television network Animax, from October 7, 2001 to January 26, 2003. It was followed on by a spiritual successor, Crush Gear Nitro, which has also been aired across Japan
Japan
by Animax. Crush Gear Turbo
Crush Gear Turbo
was about people who threw mechanical vehicles into a large ring to fight and "crush" each other
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Digimon Tamers
Digimon
Digimon
Tamers (デジモンテイマーズ, Dejimon Teimāzu), commonly referred to as Digimon
Digimon
3, is the third anime television series produced by Toei Animation
Toei Animation
based on the Japanese Digimon franchise.[2] Unlike the previous seasons, Digimon Adventure
Digimon Adventure
and Digimon Adventure
Digimon Adventure
02, Tamers takes place in a different universe, where the first two seasons are a TV show. The show mostly takes place in the real world and revolves heavily around the collectible card game based on the series. This series is also known for its darker undertones and story plots, taking darker routes than in previous series. The anime has become controversial over the decade, with debates about how appropriate this show actually is for its "target" audience, especially due to Lovecraftian nature of the last arc
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Hikaru No Go
Hikaru no Go
Hikaru no Go
(ヒカルの碁, lit. "Hikaru's Go") is a Japanese manga series based on the board game Go, written by Yumi Hotta and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The production of the series' Go games was supervised by Go professional Yukari Umezawa. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Weekly Shōnen Jump
from 1998 to 2003, with the chapters collected into 23 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. It was adapted into an anime television series by Studio Pierrot, that ran for 75 episodes from 2001 to 2003 on TV Tokyo, with a New Year's Special
Special
aired in January 2004
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Ojamajo Doremi
Ojamajo Doremi (おジャ魔女どれみ, lit. "Bothersome Witch Doremi"), also known as Magical DoReMi in some countries, is a Japanese magical girl anime television series created by Toei Animation. It focuses on a group of elementary school girls, led by Doremi Harukaze, who become witch apprentices. The series aired in Japan on TV Asahi
TV Asahi
between February 1999 and January 2003, spanning four seasons and 201 episodes, and was followed by an original video animation series released between June and December 2004. An English language version of the first season, produced by 4Kids Entertainment, aired in North America in 2005
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Ashita No Nadja
Ashita no Nadja (明日のナージャ, Ashita no Nāja, lit. "Tomorrow's Nadja"), is a romance anime with 50 episodes of 24 minutes installments, produced by Toei Animation
Toei Animation
and aired between February 2, 2003 and January 25, 2004. The opening theme is "Nadja!!" by Minako Honda, and the ending theme is "Que Sera, Sera" by Ami Koshimizu. The series is available on DVD (in Japanese) containing two to three episodes each
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Kaleido Star
Kaleido Star
Kaleido Star
(カレイドスター, Kareido Sutā) is a Japanese anime series animated by Japanese studio Gonzo. The series was created by Junichi Sato, who also directed the first season, and written by Reiko Yoshida
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Zatch Bell!
Zatch Bell!, also known in Japan as Golden Gash! (金色のガッシュ!!, Konjiki no Gasshu!!), is a shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Raiku. It was published in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The series follows Kiyo Takamine and his Mamodo (魔物, Mamono, lit. "demon") partner Zatch Bell
Zatch Bell
as they try to win the tournament of Mamodo battles in order to make Zatch the king of the Mamodo world. The manga was later adapted into a 150 episode anime television series titled Golden Gash Bell!! (金色のガッシュベル!!, Konjiki no Gasshu Beru!!) by Toei Animation. The anime was directed by Tetsuji Nakamura. Konjiki no Gash Bell premiered on Fuji TV on April 6, 2003 and ran until March 23, 2006
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My-Otome
My-Otome (舞-乙HiME, Mai-Otome) is an anime series created by Sunrise. Directed by Masakazu Obara and written by Hiroyuki Yoshino, it is a spinoff of My-HiME
My-HiME
anime series and as such My-Otome takes place in a new setting with new main characters. The series originally premiered on TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
from October 6, 2005 to March 30, 2006. An OVA
OVA
sequel to the series, My-Otome Zwei, has been made and released in Japan, and a prequel, My-Otome 0: S.ifr, has been completed. The series was licensed for North American distribution by Bandai
Bandai
Entertainment. Zwei leaves the story open for future sequels, and Sifr for future prequels
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Golgo 13
Golgo 13
Golgo 13
(Japanese: ゴルゴ13, Hepburn: Gorugo Sātīn) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takao Saito, published in Shogakukan's Big Comic
Big Comic
magazine since October 1968. The manga won the 1975 Shogakukan
Shogakukan
Manga
Manga
Award for general manga and the Grand Prize at the 2002 Japan Cartoonists Association Awards. The series follows the title character, a professional assassin for hire. Golgo 13
Golgo 13
is the oldest manga still in publication, and its tankōbon edition has the third highest number of volumes. It has sold over 200 million copies in various formats, including compilation books, making it the fourth best-selling manga series in history
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Danchi Tomoo
Danchi Tomoo (団地ともお) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tobira Oda.[1] An anime adaptation was announced in January 2013[2] and ran between April 2013 and February 2015.Contents1 Plot 2 Characters2.1 Kinoshita family 2.2 Tomoo's friends, classmates, and neighbors 2.3 Others 2.4 Non-human characters 2.5 Fictional characters3 Media3.1 Manga 3.2 Anime4 References 5 External linksPlot[edit] Danchi Tomoo stars elementary school student Tomoo Kinoshita who lives in the mammoth Edajima Apartment Complex in Building #29 with his mother Tetsuko and sister Kimiko, while his father Tetsuo lives in an apartment in the city
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Tokyo
Tokyo
Tokyo
(/ˈtoʊkioʊ/, Japanese: [toːkʲoː] ( listen)), officially Tokyo Metropolis,[6] is the capital city of Japan
Japan
and one of its 47 prefectures.[7] The Greater Tokyo Area
Greater Tokyo Area
is the most populous metropolitan area in the world.[8] It is the seat of the Emperor of Japan
Japan
and the Japanese government. Tokyo
Tokyo
is in the Kantō region
Kantō region
on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu
Honshu
and includes the Izu Islands and Ogasawara Islands.[9] Formerly known as Edo, it has been the de facto seat of government since 1603 when Shōgun
Shōgun
Tokugawa Ieyasu made the city his headquarters
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Sailor Moon Crystal
Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon
Crystal, known in Japan as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (美少女戦士セーラームーンCrystal (クリスタル), Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Kurisutaru), is a 2014 original net animation adaptation of the shōjo manga series Sailor Moon written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi and produced in commemoration of the original series' 20th anniversary.[1] Produced by Toei Animation
Toei Animation
and directed by Munehisa Sakai (Seasons 1 and 2) and Chiaki Kon (Season 3-present), the series was streamed worldwide on Niconico
Niconico
from July 5, 2014 to July 18, 2015
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