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|Genre||Comedy, Slice of life|
|Written by||Eiji Nonaka|
|Illustrated by||Maru Asakura|
|Magazine||Weekly Shōnen Magazine|
|Original run||July 22, 2009 – October 26, 2011|
|Anime television series|
|Directed by||Azuma Tani|
|Original run||June 29, 2011 – September 14, 2011|
Double-J (だぶるじぇい?) is a Japanese manga series written by Eiji Nonaka and illustrated by Maru Asakura. It began serialization in July 2009 in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine. An 11-episode anime adaptation produced by DLE aired between June and September 2011.
In a school where after school activities are mandatory among all students, Hajime and her friend Sayo come across a new club that they have never seen before. The club is called "The Cultural Activity Preservation Club". The two enter the room to find all kinds of analog jobs and activities, such as handcrafting mats and toothpicks. This is a unique cultural manga mixed with comedy.
Traditional Art Inheritance Club
- Hajime Usami (宇佐美 はじめ? Usami Hajime)
- Voiced by: Ayuru Ōhashi
- Hajime is a new club member, and is the protagonist of this story.
- Sayo Arima (有馬 小夜? Arima Sayo)
- Voiced by: Emiri Katō
- Sayo is Hajime's close friend. However, she has not yet joined the traditional art inheritance club.
- Aya Chōsokabe (長宗我部 彩? Chōsokabe Aya)
- Voiced by: Kanami Satō
- Aya is the vice-president of the traditional art inheritance club. She has written a text of the omikuji.
- Maria Sassa (佐々 マリア? Sassa Maria)
- Voiced by: Chiaki Omigawa
- Maria, often referred to as 'Tsumayōji-san' by other members, is a senior of the club. She has carved a groove of the toothpick.
- Ema Hōjō (北条 絵馬? Hōjō Ema)
- Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu
- Ema is a senior of the club, and is a successor of the rain gutter artisan.
- Ichirō Toba (鳥羽 一郎? Toba Ichirō)
- Voiced by: Nobuyuki Hiyama
- Ichirō is the president of Nagashima High School's traditional art inheritance club. He is Toba Sōjō's descendant, and has succeeded to Chōjū-giga.
- Shizuma Sanada (真田 静馬? Sanada Shizuma)
- Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi
- Shizuma is a trainer of the varied tit.
Manzai Study Group
- Françoise Sakai (フランソワーズ 坂井? Furansowāzu Sakai)
- Voiced by: Yū Kobayashi
- Françoise is the president of the manzai study group.
The 11-episodes anime adaptation is produced by DLE and directed by Azuma Tani. It aired between June 29 and September 14, 2011. The ending theme of the series is "Wani to Shampoo" (ワニとシャンプー?) by Momoiro Clover Z, released on their first album Battle and Romance. An insert song titled Kyō no Hi wa Sayōnara (今日の日はさようなら?) by the voice actors of Hajime Usami, Sayo Arima, Aya Chōsokabe, Maria Sassa, Ema Hōjō, Shizuma Sanada, Françoise Sakai and Yutaka Toba played in episode 11.
|01||"Dentō or Alive"
"Dentō oa Araibu" (伝統・オア・アライブ)
|June 29, 2011|
"PāmaDentō Bakēshon" (パーマ伝統・バケーション)
|July 6, 2011|
"Dentō Deribatibu" (伝統デリバティブ)
|July 13, 2011|
|04||"Kabushiki Dentō Kōkai" (株式伝統公開)||July 20, 2011|
"ADentō Purīzu!" (ア伝統 プリーズ！)
|July 27, 2011|
|06||"Ukkari Subette Dentō" (うっかり滑って伝統)||August 3, 2011|
|07||"Kurashi no Dentō Gei" (暮らしの伝統芸)||August 10, 2011|
|08||"Sono Ken wa Dentōchu desu" (その件は伝統中です)||August 17, 2011|
|09||"Dentōsen ga Hareta" (伝統腺が腫れた)||August 24, 2011|
|10||"Dentō Eiji" (伝統英二)||August 31, 2011|
|11||"Shushō Dentō Shokan" (首相伝統所感)||September 14, 2011|