Hidamari no Ki

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Hidamari no Ki
陽だまりの樹
Genre Historical, Action, Slice of life story
Manga
Written by Osamu Tezuka
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Big Comic
Original run April 25, 1981December 25, 1986
Volumes 7
Anime television series
Directed by Gisaburô Sugii
Studio Madhouse Studios
Network NTV
Original run April 4, 2000September 19, 2000
Episodes 25
Television drama
Directed by Takashi Fujio
Written by Yoichi Maekawa
Music by Toshiyuki Honda
Network NHK
Original run April 6, 2012July 26, 2008
Episodes 12
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Hidamari no Ki (陽だまりの樹?) is a Japanese manga series written an illustrated by Osamu Tezuka about a friendship between a samurai and a doctor in the final days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Hidamari no Ki received the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1984 for general manga.

It has been adapted into an anime series, by Madhouse Studios and premiered in Japan on NTV on April 4, 2000.[1][2] It also was adapted into a Japanese TV drama.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

The manga was released by Shogakukan in seven tankōbon released between July 1, 1988 and January 1, 1989.[3][4] The manga was re-released as eight tankōbon, the first five on March 17, 1995[5] and the final three on July 17, 1995.[6] The series was re-released in 6 kanzenbans between September 7, 1999 and January 27, 2000.[7][8] The series was released in 6 widebans, the first on August 29, 2008,[9] the second and third on September 30, 2008[10] and the final three on October 30, 2008.[11]

Volume listing[edit]

No. Release date ISBN
1 July 1, 1988[3] ISBN 4-09-197021-4
2 August 10, 1988[12] ISBN 4-09-197022-2
3 September 10, 1988[13] ISBN 4-09-197023-0
4 October 10, 1988[14] ISBN 4-09-197024-9
5 October 10, 1988[15] ISBN 4-09-197025-7
6 November 10, 1988[16] ISBN 4-09-197026-5
7 January 1, 1989[4] ISBN 4-09-197027-3

Anime[edit]

The series was adapted into a 25-episode anime television series directed by Gisaburô Sugii. It was broadcast on NTV between April 4 and September 19, 2000.[2] VAP released a series of 9 DVDs, each containing 2 or 3 episodes of the anime. They were released between June 21, 2000 and February 21, 2001.[17][18]

Episode list[edit]

# Title Original air date
01 "Three Hundred Slopes"
"Sanbyaku Saka" (三百坂) 
April 4, 2000
02 "Ryoan Sets Sail"
"Ryuan Shupan" (良庵出帆) 
April 11, 2000
03 "Sonezaki Shinchi" (曾根崎新地)  April 18, 2000
04 "Before the Storm"
"Arashi no Mae" (嵐の前) 
April 25, 2000
05 "The Great Earthquake of the Ansei Era"
"Ansei no Ojishin" (安政の大地震) 
March 2, 2000
06 "Vaccination Clinic"
"Jotokan" (除痘館) 
March 9, 2000
07 "Harris Arrives"
"Harisu Raikou" (ハリス来航) 
March 16, 2000
08 "Sad News and Expulsion"
"Hihou to Hamon" (悲報と破門) 
March 23, 2000
09 "Shindakawa's Duel"
"Kanda Gawa no Taiketsu" (神田川の対決) 
March 30, 2000
10 "The Petition"
"Seigan Sho" (請願書) 
June 6, 2000
11 "Meeting with the General"
"Shougun Ekken" (将軍謁見) 
June 13, 2000
12 "Doctor Oku"
"Oku Ishi" (奥医師) 
June 20, 2000
13 "Establishment of the Vaccination Clinic"
"Shutou Sho Setsuritsu" (種痘所設立) 
June 27, 2000
14 "Korori's Visit"
"Korori Sanjou" (コロリ参上) 
July 4, 2000
15 "Imprisonment"
"Tougoku" (投獄) 
July 11, 2000
16 "Storm of the Spring"
"Haru no Arashi" (春の嵐) 
July 18, 2000
17 "Return"
"Kikan" (帰還) 
July 25, 2000
18 "Parting"
"Sekibetsu" (惜別) 
August 1, 2000
19 "Visitor"
"Raihou Sha" (来訪者) 
August 8, 2000
20 "Military Station Doctor"
"Tonsho Duke Ishi" (屯所付医師) 
August 15, 2000
21 "The Infantrymen Take the Field"
"Hohei Gumi Shutsujin" (歩兵組出陣) 
August 22, 2000
22 "Morning Assult"
"Akatsuki no Kyoushuu" (暁の強襲) 
August 29, 2000
23 "Dispatch of Troops to Choshu"
"Choushuu Shuppei" (長州出兵) 
September 5, 2000
24 "The Direct Petition"
"Jikiso" (直訴) 
September 12, 2000
25 "Dawn"
"Yoake" (夜明け) 
September 19, 2000

Soundtrack CD[edit]

On June 21, 2000, Vap released a soundtrack CD for the Hidamari no Ki anime. The songs are performed by Keiko Matsui and are composed by Kazu Matsui.[19]

TV drama[edit]

The manga was adapted into a live-action Japanese television drama.[20] The series' script was written by Yoichi Maekawa and was directed by Takashi Fujio. It was produced by Kazukiyo Morishita and Takahisa Goto.[21] Its twelve episodes were broadcast on NHK between April 6, 2012 and June 22, 2012.[22][23]

Cast[edit]

Source:[24]

Reception[edit]

The Hidamari no Ki manga received the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1984 for general manga.[25]

The Hidamari no Ki anime received a runner-up Excellence Prize in the animation category at the 2000 Japan Media Arts Festival.[26]

References[edit]

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    陽だまりの樹〔小学館文庫〕 3 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved 2009-02-03. 
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  18. ^ "Hidamari no Ki Vol.9". cdjapan.co.jp. Retrieved 2009-03-21. 
  19. ^ "Hidamari no Ki Original Soundtrack". cdjapan.co.jp. Retrieved 2009-03-21. 
  20. ^ "Tezuka's Samurai Manga Hidamari no Ki Gets Live-Action Show". Anime News Network. 2013-02-12. Retrieved February 12, 2013. 
  21. ^ "ドラマのみどころ". NHK. Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
  22. ^ "第1回【若き獅子たち】". NHK. Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
  23. ^ "最終回【獅子たちの旅立ち】". NHK. Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
  24. ^ "キャスト". NHK. Retrieved 2013-02-12. 
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  26. ^ "Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs announces Award Winning Media Works". Anime News Network. 2000-12-23. Retrieved 2009-01-26. 

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