Rakugo Tennyo Oyui

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Rakugo Tennyo Oyui
落語天女おゆい
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, History
Anime television series
Directed by Nobuhiro Takamoto
Produced by Takayuki Ogura, Isao Hidaka, Futoshi Nakabayashi, Takahiro Uto, Hiroki Mihara
Written by Yasushi Yoritsune
Music by Jun Ichikawa
Studio TNK
Original network AT-X, Chiba TV, TV Saitama
Original run January 5, 2006March 23, 2006
Episodes 12
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Rakugo Tennyo Oyui (落語天女おゆい, Rakugo Tennyo Oyui?) is a 12 episode anime Japanese television series directed by Nobuhiro Takamoto and produced by TNK.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around Tsukishima Yui and five other girls who were summoned into the Edo period by the power of mysterious stones. Each one of them became celestial nymphs and obtained different powers, that were provided by the stones. The power Tsukishima received was "words". She would fight against evils by her "words" that gave hope to all the people.

Characters[edit]

Yui Tsukishima (月島 唯, Tsukishima Yui?)
Voiced by: Saori Goto
Akira Naito (内藤 晶, Naitō Akira?)
Voiced by: Junko Noda
Suzu Koishikawa (小石川 鈴, Koishikawa Suzu?)
Voiced by: Ai Shimizu
Miyabi Asukayama (飛鳥山 雅, Asukayama Miyabi?)
Voiced by: Sachiko Kojima
Ryo Sengoku (千石 涼, Sengoku Ryō?)
Voiced by: Yu Kobayashi
Tae Yanaka (谷中 妙, Yanaka Tae?)
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

Staff[edit]

  • Music: Jun Ichikawa
  • Original creator: Utawaka Katsura
  • Character Design: Miwa Oshima
  • Art director: Takashi Miyano
  • Director of Photography: Naoto Sawa
  • Color design: Yoshinori Ueki
  • Editing: Takashi Sakurai
  • Publicity: Shuuji Kojima
  • Sound director: Hajime Takakuwa
  • Collaboration: Rakugo Tennyo Association

Producer[edit]

  • Futoshi Nakabayashi
  • Hiroki Mihara
  • Isao Hidaka
  • Takahiro Uto
  • Takayuki Ogura

Theme songs[edit]

Opening songs

  1. "Sakura Saku" by Little Non

Ending songs

  1. "Hana Fubuki" by Hiromi Kashima

Music Producers

  1. Shinsuke Motono
  2. Yuuki Horio

Cast[edit]

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