Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō

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Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō
PokapokaShimajiro.jpg
DVD Cover of the "Shimajirō Anime: Oyako no Pokapoka Kessaku Sen", featuring the members of the Shimano Family.
しましまとらのしまじろう
Genre Educational, Slice of life
Manga
Written by Tan Hakata
Published by Benesse
Demographic Kodomo
Magazine Kodomo Challenge
Original run April 1988 – ongoing
Anime television series
Directed by Hisayuki Toriumi
Music by Shin'ya Naitō
Studio Studio Kikan, now Pierrot Plus
Network TV Setouchi
TX Network (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
Original run December 13, 1993March 31, 2008
Episodes 726
Anime television series
Hakken Taiken Daisuki! Shimajirō
Directed by Akira Shigino
Masahiro Nakata
Music by Akifumi Tada
Studio Pierrot Plus
Network TV Setouchi
TX Network (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
Original run April 7, 2008March 29, 2010
Episodes 101
Anime television series
Shimajirō Hesoka
Directed by Masahiro Nakata
Music by Akifumi Tada
Studio Pierrot Plus
Network TV Setouchi
TX Network (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
Original run April 5, 2010March 26, 2012
Episodes 101
Anime television series
Shimajirō no Wow!
Directed by Masahiro Nakata
Music by Akifumi Tada
Studio The Answer Studio
Network TV Setouchi
TX Network (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
Original run April 2, 2012 – ongoing
Episodes 110+
See Also

Shimajirō no Wow the Movie: Shimajirō and Fufu's Great Adventure ~Rescue! The Flower of Seven Colors~ (2013)
Shimajirō no Wow the Movie: Shimajirō and the Song of the Whale (2014)

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Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō (しましまとらのしまじろう?, lit. "Striped Island Tiger Shimajirō") is a 1993 Japanese children's slice of life anime series primarily aimed at preschoolers, animated by Pierrot Plus. It is directed by veteran director Hisayuki Toriumi, who directed Science Ninja Team Gatchaman and character designs by Shigehito Tsuji of Doraemon fame. It aired at TV Setouchi and in all TXN TV networks in Japan from December 13, 1993, to March 31, 2008, having a total of 726 episodes.

The series is officially based on the Kodomo Challenge Educational Learning Program created by Benesse in 1988 aimed primarily to preschoolers, which Shimajirō serves as the official mascot. The anime is listed as one of the most popular Educational Preschool shows in Japan, with having a total of 8 seasons that continues to 3 anime sequels. It was widely popular among children, parents and adults, gaining a decent fanbase over the years.

Overview[edit]

Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō was officially created after Benesse and TV Setouchi both decided to adapt the Learning Program series into a full-pledged series for television, with part of the staff being former Tatsunoko Production director Hisayuki Toriumi and music composer Shin'ya Naitō. It was officially animated by Studio Pierrot's sister company, Pierrot Plus and premiered on December 13, 1993. The series ended after it aired its final episode on March 31, 2008, as the second series aired, alongside the children's variety series Hakken Taiken Daisuki! Shimajirō (はっけん たいけん だいすき! しまじろう?, lit. "Discover Experience Love! Shimajirō"). All of the later episodes of the series were aired in the variety series in the later years.

Theme and elements[edit]

The overall theme surrounding the series all revolves in Shimajirō's life as a preschooler and all the lessons he needs to learn in a daily basis such as making friends, saying sorry, making a resolve and others that reflects to the preschool demographic. Also educational elements such as planting flowers, how to use the toilet for the first time, helping others and learning in kindergarten is also applied.

The anime's overall elements are all based on the Kodomo Challenge series, with the storyline being completely original from the source material.

Setting[edit]

The anime is officially set in the fictional Challenge Island (ちゃれんじ島 Charenji shima?) located somewhere in the world. The island is a bit sururban with cities and towns and is very self-sufficient in resources. Various anthropomorphic animals live in this island alongside the main characters. Also, various animal characters in the island vary as well as their culture such as the Mole People who live under the island or the Squirrel people who always hibernate during winter. Various means of transport as well as subways exist in the island.

Aside from the animal characters, some characters such as Witches and Fairies exist in the island.

Story[edit]

The entire series focuses on Shimajirō Shimano, a curious tiger boy living in Challenge Island. Him being the second in the family, he attends Kindergarten alongside his friends as they all discover everything around them, and learn valuable lessons as they grow up.

Characters[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Shimajirō Shimano (縞野 しまじろう Shimano Shimajirō?)[1][2]
Voiced by: Chisato Nakajima (First Series), Omi Minami (Current Series)

The series's main protagonist, Shimajirō is a male tiger cub born in May 5 at exactly 5:55 PM and is the oldest of the Shimano siblings.[3][4] His blood type is O.[5] He is a bright little boy who likes Donuts and play soccer[6] however he fears thunder, ghost stories and doesn't like to eat green peppers.[7] He is also very supportive to his friends and to his younger sister Hana, but sometimes can be a bit stubborn.

Mimirin Midorihara (緑原 みみりん Midorihara Mimirin?)[2][8][9]
Voiced by: Naoko Watanabe (First Series), Miki Takahashi (Current Series)

One of Shimajirō's childhood friends, Mimirin is a white rabbit girl with back ear tips who is born at October 10 at exactly 10:10 AM.[4] Her Blood Type is B.[8] Living in a family of Florists,[8][9] Mimirin loves cute things and strawberry shortcake[10][11] as well as running.[12] However she has fear of insects and is never fond of carrots.[10] Usually she also has an overbite and her tail appears out of her skirt. She can be nice but spoiled, selfish and clumsy and has a habit on crying if someone doesn't favor her opinion sometimes. Mimirin is also a good aspiring singer as well and also likes to be a princess.[13] She is the only character in the series to have no older sibling.[8][14]

Torippii Sorano (空野 とりっぴい Sorano Torippii?)[2][15]
Voiced by: Yūko Mita (First Series), Takumi Yamazaki (Current Series)

Also one of Shimajirō's childhood friends, Torippī is a male green parrot who's born in January 1 at 7:00 am.[4][16] His blood type is O.[15] He usually has red, blue and yellow feathers on his head and has few tail feathers on his back, as well as a loose tongue. In earlier series, he is half naked, but wears shorts at the start of Shimajirō no Wow. His name in the series is always mispronounced in several promotional materials.[17] Torippii is an aspiring singer,[18] however he is somehow tone-deaf.[15] He usually likes Takoyaki but like Shimajirō, he is easily scared of thunder, ghost stories and lastly by ghosts. Unlike the other characters, Torippī has an ability to fly to the sky to survey things for his friends, and also can understand bird-language. He usually lives with his grandmother and parents in a treehouse and is the oldest of the four siblings.

Ramurin Makiba (牧場 らむりん Makiba Ramurin?)[19]
Voiced by: Chisato Nakajima (First Series, earlier Seasons), Hinako Yoshino (First Series, later Seasons), Saori Sugimoto (Current Series)

Also one of Shimajirō's childhood friends, Ramurin is a pink sheep girl who is born on March 3 in exactly 3:03 am.[4][20] Her Blood Type is AB.[19] Unlike other sheep, she herself doesn't have a white face while wears a ribbon on her head but it was changed to a bandanna in the later episodes. Her own father is a painter and she aspires to become one when she grows up one day.[21] She loves Pudding,[22] but she has fears of ghosts and she is not good at running fast. She also likes both Judo and Sumo. Unlike the other characters, Ramurin's mentality is much higher than the rest of the main cast and usually behaves like a responsible sister. Her catch phrase is "suspicious" and usually keeps her promises sometimes. Like Mimirin, she doesn't have any older sibling.[14][19] She officially left Challenge Island along with her father during the final episode of Shimajirō Hesoka, and moved to France for her to study to be a better artist.[23]

Nyakkii Momoyama (桃山 にゃっきい Momoyama Nyakkii?)[24]
Voiced by: Saori Sugimoto

First introduced in Shimajirō no Wow!, Nyakkii is a pink furred cat with a cream colored face[24] who is born on April 4 at exactly 4:00 AM. Her Blood Type is A.[7] She herself loved climbing trees, foot race and sports,[24] and dreams to become an Olympic athlete one day when she grows up.[25] She moved into Challenge Island with her Grandmother, Mother and her younger brother and befriended Shimajirō and the others in the second episode. Like sports a Sumo. Her father however lives separately somewhere in Challenge Island, away from her and her family.[26]

Shimano Family[edit]

Shimatarō Shimano (縞野 しまたろう Shimano Shimatarō?)[27][28]
Voiced by: Chafurin
Sakura Shimano (縞野 さくら Shimano Sakura?)[29][30]
Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue (Current), Emi Shinohara (Episodes 205-230)
Hana Shimano (縞野 はな Shimano Hana?)[31]
Voiced by: Miki Takahashi
Sumire Shimano (縞野 すみれ Shimano Sumire?)[32][33][34]
Voiced by: Nozomi Takatsuki
Shimakichi Shimano (縞野 しまきち Shimano Shimakichi?)[32][35]
Voiced by: Takashi Nagasako
Tommy (トミー Tomī?)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto

Midorihara Family[edit]

Sōta Midorihara (緑原 草太 Midorihara Sōta?)[9][36][37]
Voiced by: Bin Shimada
Renge Midorihara (緑原 れんげ Midorihara Renge?)[9][36][38]
Voiced by: Shinobu Adachi

Sorano Family[edit]

Torigorō Sorano (空野 とりごろう Sorano Torigorō?)[39]
Voiced by: Eiji Ito
Kanae Sorano (空野 かなえ Sorano Kanae?)[40]
Voiced by: Mami Horikoshi
Michiyo Sorano (空野 みちよ Sorano Michiyo?)[41][42]
Voiced by: Sayuri Yamauchi (Early Seasons), Hiroko Nishi (Shimajirō no Wow!)
Toto Sorano (空野 とと Sorano Toto?), Riri Sorano (空野 りり Sorano Riri?) and Pipi Sorano (空野 ぴぴ Sorano Pipi?)[43]
Voiced by: Takumi Yamazaki

Makiba Family[edit]

Matsusei Makiba (牧場 まっせい Makiba Matsusei?)[44]
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita
Yumeko Makiba (牧場 ゆめこ Makiba Yumeko?)[44]
Voiced by: Yuko Kobayashi

Momoyama Family[edit]

Nene Momoyama (桃山 ねね Momoyama Nene?)[45]
Voiced by: Akemi Obata
Yoriko Momoyama (桃山 よりこ Momoyama Yoriko?)[46]
Voiced by: Yuko Kobayashi
Niisuke Momoyama (桃山 にいすけ Momoyama Niisuke?)[47][48]
Voiced by: Yuki

Challenge Island Kindergarten Students[edit]

Zōta Ikeno (いけの ぞうた Ikeno Zōta?)
Voiced by: Aki Sasamori
Kanta Kabayama (かばやま かんた Kabayama Kanta?)
Voiced by: Yū Maruyama
Monta Kimura (きむら もんた Kimura Monta?)
Voiced by: Megumi Sōkawa
Kirinta Kusano (くさの きりんた Kusano Kirinta?)
Voiced by: Maina Shimagata
Sakurako Koinuma (こいぬま さくらこ Koinuma Sakurako?)
Voiced by: Yū Maruyama
Kento Koshiba (こしば けんと Koshiba Kento?)
Voiced by: Chinatsu Akazaki
Marurin Sasaki (ささき まるりん Sasaki Marurin?)
Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki
Būta Tonda (とんだ ぶうた Tonda Būta?)
Voiced by: Akiko Toda
Kikko Hayashida (はやしだ きっこ Hayashida Kikko?)
Voiced by: Mai Hirano
Taro (たろ?)
Gonta (ごんた?)
Nyamie (にゃみえ?)

The Black Cat Triplets[edit]

Dot (ドット Dotto?)
Voiced by: Bin Shimada
Karakusa (からくさ Karakusa?)
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita
Paisley (ペイズリー Peizurī?)
Voiced by: Shinobu Adachi

Kindergarten Faculty[edit]

Ms. Inuko (いぬこ先生 Inuko-sensei?)
Voiced by: Megumi Sōkawa
Ms. Shikako Shikano (しかの しかこ先生 Shikano Shikako-sensei?)
Voiced by: Chinatsu Akasaki
Ms. Kūko (くうこ先生 Kūko-sensei?)
Mr. Kumagorō (くまごろう先生 Kumagorō-sensei?)
Principal (園長先生 Enchō-sensei?)
Voiced by: Mitsuaki Hoshino

Supporting Characters[edit]

Dr. Mee Mee (メエメエ博士 Mēmē hakase?)
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita
Matte (マッテくん Matte-kun?)
Voiced by: Sumi Shimamoto
Datte (ダッテくん Datte-kun?)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto
Jean (ジャン Jan?)
Voiced by: Aki Sasamori
Ken (ケン?)
Voiced by: Akiko Toda
Pontarō (ぽん太郎 Pontarō?)
Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka
Hitsujii (ひつじい Hitsujii?)
Voiced by: Mitsuru Ogata
Mr. GaoGao (ガオガオさん Gaogao-san?)
Voiced by: Minoru Inaba
Ms. Tamako (たま子先生 Tamako-sensei?)
Voiced by: Kumi Yamakado (Early Seasons), Tomoka Kuzutani (Late Seasons)
Nono (ののちゃん Nono-chan?)
Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki
Tsumurin (つむりん Tsumurin?)
Voiced by: Makoto Naruse
Nororin (のろりん Nororin?)
Voiced by: Daiki Nakamura
Maruo (マルオ Maruo?)
Voiced by: Bin Shimada
Sankaku (サンカク Sankaku?)
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita
Shikaku (シカク Shikaku?)
Voiced by: Shinobu Adachi
Richard (リチャード Richādo?)
Voiced by: Katsumi Toriumi
Grandma Mei (メイばあさん Mei-bāsan?)
Voiced by: Yoko Soumi
Sei (セイさん Sei-san?)
Voiced by: Toshitsugu Takashina
Ratman (ラットマン Rattoman?)
Voiced by: Eiji Hanawa
Jiji (ジジ Jiji?)
Voiced by: Kazumasa Katsura

Music[edit]

The official music of the series is composed by Shin'ya Naitō in the first series and by Akifumi Tada of Tenchi Muyo! GXP in the later series.

The series officially has 7 Opening Songs and 7 Ending Songs. For the first series, the first opening is titled Shima Torando Island (しまとらンドアイランド Shima torando airando?) by Shima Shima Kids and the second Opening is titled Skip Step Island (スキップステップアイランド Sukippu suteppu airando?) by Omi Minami. The ending songs are titled Zutto Motto Daisuki (ずっともっと大好き Zutto Motto Daisuki?) by Shima Shima Kids, the second ending titled Happy Jam Jam (ハッピー・ジャムジャム Happī jamu jamu?) by M.S.J and the third ending is titled Nyanda Korya (にゃんだこりゃ Nyanda korya?) by both Omi Minami and Bin Shimada

For Hakken Taiken Daisuki! Shimajirō, the opening theme is titled Mainichi Challenger (まいにちチャレンジャー Mai ni chi charenjā?, lit. Everyday Challenger) by Omi Minami, Miki Takahashi, Takumi Yamazaki and Saori Sugimoto. The ending song is titled Happy Jam Jam (ハッピー・ジャムジャム Happī jamu jamu?), also by Omi Minami, Miki Takahashi, Takumi Yamazaki and Saori Sugimoto.

For Shimajirō Hesoka, the first opening is titled Sora Sora ☆ Aozora (ソラソラ☆あおぞら Sora sora ☆ aozora?) by Aki Toyosaki and the second opening is titled Rainbow (レインボー Reinbō?) by Yusuke Kamiji. The first ending song is titled Shima Mimi to Rira mutsu (しまみみとりらむっ Shima Mimi to Rira mutsu?) by Fusanosuke Kondō and the second ending theme is Happy Jam Jam (HE SO KA Version) (ハッピー・ジャムジャム (HE SO KAバージョン) Happī jamu jamu (HE SO KA bājon)?) by Tomomi Ukumori

For Shimajirō no Wow!, the first opening is titled Bokura no hoshi no Miracle (ボクらのほしのミラクル Bokura no hoshi no mirakuru?) by Daudi Joseph and the second opening is titled Shimajirō to ikou yo (しまじろうと いこうよ Shimajirō to ikou yo?) by HARCO. The ending theme is titled Tomodachi no Wow! (トモダチのわお! Tomodachi no wao!?) by Puffy AmiYumi.

Critical reception[edit]

On its first airing, Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō became TV Setouchi's most popular educational anime show in Japan,[citation needed] rivaling NHK's long running Okaasan to Issho. The series became most popular in the Kanto Region of Japan, and became Benesse's most successful adaptation of the Kodomo Challenge series. Reruns of the episodes are broadcast on other stations such as Kids Station and TV Tokyo, respectively.

Mascot popularity[edit]

The anime also made Shimajirō one of the most iconic Anime Characters in Japan for preschoolers, rivaling Anpanman in terms of ratings. On his initial release. He was widely appeared in various Kodomo Challenge products and products from other companies and sponsors. Also, Tomica and Benesse created a limited edition "Shimajiro Car" that is limitedly distributed to Kodomo Challenge members all over Japan.[49] Japanese car company Toyota created a life-sized replica of the Tomica model, titled the "426GT Shimajirō Car "[50] which is a Customized Toyota Estima Hybrid. In 2013, a new version of the car is released by called "426EV Shimajirō Car II", based on the Tesla Model S.[51][52] Tomica released a model version of the car under the name "Dream Car Tomica Shimajiro II" on February 2014 for Kodomo Challenge members and a retail release on March 2014.[53]

Toilet training video meme[edit]

In the April 2006 issue of Kodomo Challenge Pocket, an accompanying DVD contains a special episode titled Toire de dekitara pantsu man (トイレで できたら パンツマン Toire de dekitara pantsu man?, lit.Manage to Go to the Toilet – Pants Man), with features Shimajirō's first time using the toilet. At the end of the video, a child challenges the toilet training with an educational toy in the appendix to the issue as an instruction of the toy. Other videos regarding this were released in some issues of Kodomo Challenge Pocket.[54] These particular videos were all uploaded in the social video website YouTube which caught the attention of the site eBaum’s WORLD[55] and E! Program The Soup in 2007. Due to the sheer weirdness of the videos and the songs, several YouTube Poop videos were released after that day. It has became one of Nico Nico Douga's most popular memes.

The meme is been mixedly criticized, due to some sheer humor on the original videos though harshly critisized by some people on how it ruins Benesse's image, regarding the character involved. As of 2014, Benesse hasn't issued a take down order on the aforementioned videos.

Overseas Popularity[edit]

Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō is officially released in various TV stations all across the world, excluding the United States. The Chinese dubbed version was known as Qiao Hu (Chinese: 巧虎; pinyin: qiǎo hǔ). In China it is known for having "...thoughtful and scrupulous tutoring methods, as well as elaborate educational materials." The show contains cartoons as well as acted out portions that feature the signature tiger mascot as well as a rabbit and a few actors.[56]

According to another source, the firm which sponsored the character has franchises in Beijing and Shanghai which has been considered "successful" by many parents for its ability to inspire children with "good character" amid China's recent social issues.[57] This idea is further reinforced as it teaches children "how to love to learn" "build positive personality and good habit", addressing the need in children's different stages of learning.[58] In 2014, the firm plans big staging events in Beijing under the title "Dawn of the Adventure Island" in Beijing's Haidian Theater. The anticipated event is notable in that it is one of the first shows targeted towards an audience of children rather than "... conventional justice evil drama of violence and adult language of thinking... ", which is referring to another children's show called "Xi Yang Yang.[59] According to Amazon.com, the franchise was released on DVD in the year 2010.[60]

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Notes[edit]

  • Some content was merged from Qiao Hu

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