Sakiyomi Jum-Bang!

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Sakiyomi Jum-Bang! (サキよみ ジャンBANG!, Sakiyomi Jan BANG!) is a variety show aired on Japan's TV Tokyo network. The series' title is a portmanteau of Jump (ジャンプ, Janpu) and Bang. The first episode was broadcast on April 3, 2009. It features comics from Shueisha's weekly and monthly manga anthologies (Weekly Shōnen Jump, V Jump and Jump Square) and their associated anime and games. It changed to jumpolice in march in 2014.


  • Akina Minami as Akina (アッキーナ), the host of the program.[1]
  • Tetsuya Yanagihara as Amepai (アメパイ), one of the Amezari Pirates (アメザリパイレーツ, Amezaripairētsu) also known as America Zarigani (アメリカザリガニ, amerikazarigani) [1][2]
  • Yoshiyuki Hirai as Zarepai (ザリパイ), one of the Amezari Pirates. He has a Toothbrush moustache.[1][2]
  • Captain Book (ブック船長, Bukku senchō), the leader and mascot of the Amezari Pirates. He appears as a parrot with a pirate hat. Captain Book is voiced by Ocady (オキャディー, Okyadi).[1]
  • Aki Kanada as the Narrator.[1]
  • Mao Ichimichi hosted a segment called Informational Corner which ran from 2010 to 2014[3]
  • Hikarigoke (played by Yūsuke Katayama and Kazumasa Kunisawa)

Main corner[edit]

Hikarigoke Katayama's Corner[edit]

Rock Lee Exercises!
Katayama practices the Rock Lee exercises shown in Naruto's Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals spin-off. They dance at the opening of this program. There are 3 types of exercises.
Rock Lee Katayama's Super Training Series!
Katayama trains several trainings posted by viewers. After failing many times, new exercises are started from April 6, 2012.

Zarigani Pirates' Corner[edit]

Zarigani Pirates! The Road for Yu-Gi-oh! Card World Battleship!
This segment began when Yu-Gi-Oh! was featured early in the series. When it was aired, the corner primarily showed Zaripai (who was aiming for the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship). Due to his poor performance, however, it was ended. After that he produced the elementary school students team named "Zaripai Japan", and it was started again.
Zarigani Pirate's Paper Comic Corner
Zaripai shows his short comics on the paper at the end of the corner when his crewmates get the paper from the writer. The paper can be downloaded from the homepages on the phones.

Akina's room[edit]

Akina Minami and Zarigani pirates talk with guests. It is parody of Tetsuko's Room, so Akina Minami speaks like Tetsuko Kuroyanagi.

Teach me, writers![edit]

The writers answer the readers' questions. The questions change every month.

Theme songs[edit]

  • Opening theme: Jump
  • Closing theme: Rotates depending on the currently featured anime


Vomic is a segment where voice actors lend their voices to characters from popular manga series. The word Vomic is a portmanteau of voice and comic. Some clips are published on the official Vomic website.[4] The series that are featured on the program are rotated monthly.[5]

Month aired Manga Chapters Featured
April 2009 Toriko 1 - 4
May 2009 Naruto 2 - 5
June 2009 Bakuman 1 - 4
July 2009 Inumarudashi 1 - 4
August 2009 Beelzebub 1 - 4
September 2009 Tegami Bachi 1
October 2009 Toriko 1
November 2009 Sket Dance 46, 63
December 2009 Nurarihyon no Mago 1
January 2010 Psyren 1
February 2010 Medaka Box 1
March 2010 Kuroko's Basketball 1
April 2010 Gin Tama Benizakura arc prologue
May 2010 Binbōgami ga! 1
June 2010 Ao no Exorcist 1
July 2010 Medaka Box 26, 27
August 2010 Toriko
September 2010 Beelzebub 5, 12
October 2010 Sket Dance 66, 102
November 2010 Kakkokawaii Sengen! Mini animation
December 2010 Katekyō Hitman Reborn! Inheritance expression
January 2011 Kuroko's Basketball 26 - 28
February 2011 Hokenshitsu no Shinigami 2, 3
March 2011 Gekka Bijin 1
April 2011 Enigma
May 2011 Karakuri Dôji Ultimo 1, 2
June 2011 Inumarudashi 1 - 4
July 2011 The Prince of After School
August 2011 Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals
September 2011 Bleach The Lost Shinigami Power arc
October 2011 Magico 1
November 2011 Boku to Majo no Jikan 1
December 2011 Henteko Ninja: Imogakure Chingensai-sama
January 2012 1/11 1
February 2012 Teiichi no Kuni 1
March 2012 Medaka Box 1
April 2012 Golem a Go! Go!
May 2012 Kurogane
June 2012 Nisekoi
July 2012 Naruto 500 - 504
August 2012 Saiki Kusuo no Sainan
September 2012 Chō Soku Henkei Gyrozetter
October 2012 Kekkai Sensen 4
November 2012 Haikyū!! 1
December 2012 Gekikara! Curry Ōji
January 2013 Ansatsu Kyōshitsu 1-4
February 2013 Owari no Seraph 1
March 2013 Saiki Kusuo no Sainan
April 2013 Gekikara! Curry Ōji
May 2013 Kono Oto Tomare! 1
June 2013 Ansatsu Kyōshitsu 5-8
July 2013 Shokugeki no Sōma 1-4
August 2013 Owari no Seraph 2
September 2013 Saiki Kusuo no Sainan
October 2013 Te To Kuchi 1
November 2013 Majin no Gald 1
December 2013 World Trigger 1
January 2014 Jaco the Galactic Patrolman 1, 2
February 2014 Soul catchers 1
March 2014 y -Ganma- 1

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