Parasol Henbee

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Parasol Henbee
Parasol Henbe manga volume1.jpg
Parasol Henbee manga volume 1
パラソルヘンべえ
(Parasoru Henbee)
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure
Anime television series
Directed by Fujiko Fujio
Studio Seoul C&D
Network NHK
Original run 2 October 198928 January 1991
Episodes 200
Manga
Published by Kodansha
Magazine Comic BonBon
Published 1991
Volumes 2
Game
Developer SAS Sakata
Publisher Epoch Co.
Genre Action
Released November 16, 1990
Game
Developer SAS Sakata
Publisher Epoch Co.
Genre Platform
Released February 15, 1991
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Parasol Henbee (パラソルヘンべえ Parasoru Henbee?) is a Japanese anime series produced and directed by Fujiko Fujio (A) (The pen name for Motoo Abiko) in 1989 which ran for 200 episodes and was translated into many languages - Chinese, English, Hebrew and Spanish amongs them. Abiko also adapted the series into a manga.

This series resembles Doraemon a lot, due to similarities between animation styles and plots.

Synopsis[edit]

While playing in his world Henbee fell down through a tunnel in a waterfall and woke up in the human world inside a closet of a kid named Maruko. The tunnel is closed, preventing him from returning to his home world. Henbee possesses a magical parasol and with it he can fly and do magic, he also can speak to animals and fulfill everyone's dreams. Soon Henbee and Maruko become friends, and Henbee gets to help him out while staying at Maruko's house. Occasionally the tunnel back to his home world opens and animals and friends from his home world come through. Later when Henbee gets the chance to return to his home world, he hesitates due to his friendship with Maruko. Later in the series Henbee and Maruko travel to his home world with Henbee's magical Parasol.

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