Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Holmes

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Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Holmes
Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Holmes novel volume 1 cover.jpg
First novel volume cover
京都寺町三条のホームズ
(Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Hōmuzu)
Genre Mystery
Novel series
Written by Mai Mochizuki
Illustrated by Yamōchishizu
Published by Futabasha
Original run April 2015 – present
Volumes 10
Manga
Illustrated by Ichiha Akizuki
Published by Futabasha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Monthly Action
Original run December 2017 – present
Volumes 2
Anime television series
Directed by Noriyoshi Sasaki
Written by Kenichi Yamashita
Music by Akito Matsuda
Studio Seven
Original network TV Tokyo, TVO, TVA, BS Japan, AT-X
Original run July 9, 2018 – present
Episodes 11 (List of episodes)
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Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Holmes (京都寺町三条のホームズ, Kyōto Teramachi Sanjō no Hōmuzu, lit. "Holmes of Kyoto") is a Japanese mystery novel series written by Mai Mochizuki and illustrated by Yamōchishizu. Futabasha have published ten volumes since April 2015. A manga adaptation with art by Ichiha Akizuki has been serialized in Futabasha's seinen manga magazine Monthly Action since December 2017. It has been collected in two tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation by Seven premiered on July 9, 2018 on TV Tokyo.[1]

Characters[edit]

Aoi Mashiro (真城 葵, Mashiro Aoi)
Voiced by: Miyu Tomita[2]
Aoi is in her second year of high school and has moved from Omiya in Saitama to Kyoto, which caused a strained relationship with her friends back at home, and began working part-time at an antiques shop, Kura. Honest and straightforward, Aoi was hired by Kiyotaka due to him being convinced that she has good intuition with antiques and can see the true value and if the articles are genuine or not.
Kiyotaka Yagashira (家頭 清貴, Yagashira Kiyotaka)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa[2]
Kiyotaka is a 22-year-old graduate student at Kyoto University and an apprentice at his family's antique shop, Kura. He is handsome and seems very gentle, but he is strict with himself and those around him. His nickname "Holmes", while a pun off his surname, also stems from his amazing deduction skills, as shown when he is able to discern a fake antique from a con artist.
Akihito Kajiwara (梶原 秋人, Kajiwara Akihito)
Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura[3]
A novice actor. He is very handsome, and because of the light color of his hair, has an aura like a half-Japanese person. His father is a famous author. Even though he grew up in Kyoto, thanks to the influence of his parents he speaks standard Japanese. No matter what, he is very agreeable, but he sees Kiyotaka as his rival.
Enshō (円生)
Voiced by: Koji Yusa[3]
He is said to be a genius scammer. Once, he lived as a priest, but when he met Kiyotaka, he started scamming again. He shaves off all his hair and wears Japanese style clothes. He is extremely nimble-fingered. He is good at sports and has a good eye for things.
Seiji Yagashira (家頭 誠司, Yagashira Seiji)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama[4]
Takeshi Yagashira (家頭 武史, Yagashira Takeshi)
Voiced by: Yōji Ueda[4]
Kaori Miyashita
Voiced by: Suzuna Kinoshita[4]
Aoi's classmate and the younger sister of Saori. Due to her family's financial issues, her sister being chosen as Saio-Dai caused a great strain on them due to the overwhelming costs of preparation needed to transform one into the Saio-Dai. To persuade her sister to turn down the role, she wrote her a threatening letter telling her to not be the Saio-Dai, but in the end she is convinced that it would be the best for her sister to become the Saio-Dai after all.
Saori Miyashita
Voiced by: Yui Horie[4]
Saori is a university student who was chosen to be the Saio-Dai for the Aoi Festival. Because of her strained relationship with two of her former friends, their relationship took a darker turn when she was chosen as the Saio-Dai, thus she began writing threats to herself in the hopes her friends would worry for her.
Yoshie Takiyama (滝山 好江, Takiyama Yoshie)
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara[5]
Rikyū Takiyama (滝山 利休, Takiyama Rikyū)
Voiced by: Sanae Kobayashi[3]
Rikyu is a cheeky little boy. Because he looked feminine from a very young age on, he started to train his body and studied judo in France. His respect for Kiyotaka is over the top and he judges Aoi strictly.

Media[edit]

Novel[edit]

The novel is written by Mai Mochizuki and illustrated by Yamōchishizu. Futabasha have published ten volumes since April 2015.

No.Release date ISBN
1 April 16, 2015[6]ISBN 978-4-575-51775-0
2 August 6, 2015[7]ISBN 978-4-575-51811-5
3 December 10, 2015[8]ISBN 978-4-575-51848-1
4 April 14, 2016[9]ISBN 978-4-575-51882-5
5 August 4, 2016[10]ISBN 978-4-575-51775-0
6 December 15, 2016[11]ISBN 978-4-575-51957-0
6.5 April 13, 2017[12]ISBN 978-4-575-51988-4
7 April 13, 2017[13]ISBN 978-4-575-51987-7
8 September 14, 2017[14]ISBN 978-4-575-52032-3
9 March 15, 2018[15]ISBN 978-4-575-52091-0
10 July 12, 2018[16]ISBN 978-4-575-52132-0

Manga[edit]

Written and illustrated by Ichiha Akizuki, it has been serialized in Futabasha's seinen manga magazine Monthly Action since December 2017. It has been collected in two tankōbon volumes.

No.Release date ISBN
1 March 12, 2018[17]ISBN 978-4-575-85119-9
2 July 12, 2018[18]ISBN 978-4-575-85185-4

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation by Seven premiered on July 9, 2018 on TV Tokyo.[1] The series is directed by Noriyoshi Sasaki, with scripts handled by Kenichi Yamashita, and character designs by Yōsuke Itō.[2] The opening theme is "Koi ni Saku Nazo, Harahara to." (恋に咲く謎、はらはらと) by AŌP, and the ending theme is "Sasameyuki" (細雪, Light Snowfall) by Wagakki Band.[19] Crunchyroll is streaming the series.[20]

No. Title[a] Original air date[21]
1 "Holmes and Zen Master Hakuin"
"Hōmuzu to Hakuin zenji" (ホームズと白隠禅師) 
July 9, 2018
2 "In Days of Aoi"
"Aoi no koro ni" (葵の頃に) 
July 16, 2018
3 "The Case of the Mt. Kurama Estate Inheritance"
"Kurama sansō ihin jiken-bo" (鞍馬山荘遺品事件簿) 
July 23, 2018
4 "After the Festival"
"Matsuri no ato ni" (祭りのあとに) 
July 30, 2018
5 "The Lost Dragon"
"Ushinawareta ryū" (失われた龍) 
August 6, 2018
6 "The Connoisseur's Philosophy"
"Mekiki no Tetsugaku" (目利きの哲学) 
August 13, 2018
7 "Straying and Enlightenment"
"Mayoi to Satori to" (迷いと悟りと) 
August 20, 2018
8 "Christmas Eve Tears and a Broken Alibi"
"Seiya no Namida to Aribai kuzushi" (聖夜の涙とアリバイ崩し) 
August 27, 2018
9 "The Sound of the Bell at Gion"
"Gion ni hibiku Kane no Oto wa" (祇園に響く鐘の音は) 
September 3, 2018
10 "The Bisque Doll's Smile"
"Bisuku Dōru no Egao" (ビスクドールの笑顔) 
September 10, 2018
11 "Valentine's Party"
"Barentain no Yakai" (バレンタインの夜会) 
September 17, 2018
12 "Conditions of an Heir"
"kōkei-sha no jōken" (後継者の条件) 

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Holmes at Kyoto Teramachi Sanjō Mystery Novels Get TV Anime This Summer". Anime News Network. March 11, 2018. Retrieved March 11, 2018. 
  2. ^ a b c "Holmes at Kyoto Teramachi Sanjō Anime's 1st Video Unveils Cast, Staff, July Debut". Anime News Network. April 12, 2018. Retrieved April 12, 2018. 
  3. ^ a b c "Kyoto Teramachi Sanjo no Holmes Introduces Three More Characters". MANGA.TOKYO. May 8, 2018. Retrieved May 8, 2018. 
  4. ^ a b c d Hodgkins, Crystalyn (June 15, 2018). "Holmes at Kyoto Teramachi Sanjō TV Anime Reveals 4 More Cast Members". Anime News Network. Retrieved June 15, 2018. 
  5. ^ "Holmes of Kyoto Anime Casts Sayaka Ohara as Yoshie Takiyama". Anime News Network. August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  6. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 1". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  7. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 2 真贋事件簿". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  8. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 3 浮世に秘めた想い". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  9. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 4 ミステリアスなお茶会". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  10. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 5 シャーロキアンの宴と春の嵐". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  11. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 6 ~新緑のサスペンス~". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  12. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 6.5 ホームズと歩く京都". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  13. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 7 贋作師と声なき依頼". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  14. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 8 見習い鑑定士の奮闘". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  15. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 9 恋と花と想いの裏側". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  16. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 10 見習い鑑定士の決意と旅立ち". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  17. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 1". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  18. ^ "京都寺町三条のホームズ 2". futabasha.co.jp. Futabasha. Retrieved August 13, 2018. 
  19. ^ "Holmes at Kyoto Teramachi Sanjō TV Anime Reveals 2nd Promo Video, July 9 Premiere, Theme Song Artists". Anime News Network. June 1, 2018. Retrieved July 8, 2018. 
  20. ^ "Crunchyroll Streams English-Subtitled Promo Videos for Chio's School Road, Holmes of Kyoto". Anime News Network. July 2, 2018. Retrieved July 8, 2018. 
  21. ^ "Kyoto Holmes". TV Tokyo (in Japanese). Retrieved July 9, 2018. 

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