Seitokai Yakuindomo

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Seitokai Yakuindomo
Seitokai Yakuindomo vol 1.jpg
Japanese cover of Seitokai Yakuindomo volume 1, featuring the character Shino Amakusa
生徒会役員共
Genre Comedy, slice of life[1]
Manga
Written by Tozen Ujiie
Published by Kodansha
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Magazine Special (former)
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Original run June 2007 – present
Volumes 16 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Written by Makoto Nakamura
Music by Yūya Mori
Studio GoHands
Original network TV Kanagawa
Original run July 4, 2010 September 26, 2010
Episodes 13 (List of episodes)
Original video animation
Directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Music by Yūya Mori
Studio GoHands
Released April 15, 2011 October 17, 2013
Runtime 25 minutes each
Episodes 8 (List of episodes)
Anime television series
Seitokai Yakuindomo*
Directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Music by Yūya Mori
Studio GoHands
Original network Tokyo MX
Original run January 4, 2014 March 29, 2014
Episodes 13 (List of episodes)
Original video animation
Seitokai Yakuindomo*
Directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Music by Yūya Mori
Studio GoHands
Released May 16, 2014 September 15, 2017
Runtime 25 minutes each
Episodes 9 (List of episodes)
Anime film
Seitokai Yakuindomo: The Movie
Directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Written by Hiromitsu Kanazawa
Music by Yūya Mori
Studio GoHands
Released July 21, 2017
Runtime 60 minutes
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Seitokai Yakuindomo (Japanese: 生徒会役員共, "Student Council Staff Members") is a shōnen four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie. The series began serialization in the June 2007 issue of Kodansha's Magazine Special and ran in that magazine until the July 2008 issue, where it was thereafter transferred to Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine in September 2008, and has been running there since. Chapters are collected and published in collected volumes by Kodansha, with sixteen volumes released as of September 2017 in Japan. A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by GoHands aired in Japan between July 4 and September 26, 2010. A second anime television season, which was simulcast by Crunchyroll with English subtitles, aired between January 4 and March 29, 2014.[2]

Plot[edit]

Takatoshi Tsuda attends Ōsai Academy, a high school that, due to declining birth rates, is converted from an all-girl school to a co-ed school (with a male-to-female ratio of 28:524). On his first day, he is forcibly recruited into the student council as the vice-president and sole male representative. The story follows Tsuda and the student council as they interact with each other and their schoolmates.

Characters[edit]

Takatoshi Tsuda[edit]

Takatoshi Tsuda (津田 タカトシ, Tsuda Takatoshi) is the main character of the story. He chooses to attend a former all-girl school simply because it is close to his home.Ch. p1 On his first day at the school, he is forcibly recruited into the student council as the vice-president and male representative.Ch. p1 He normally acts as the straight-man to Shino and Aria, who, along with other girls in the school, regularly make perverted comments and sexual innuendos. Eventually, he becomes so used to this behaviour that he actually feels odd when they do not make such jokes.[3][4] He is voiced by Shintaro Asanuma.[5]

Shino Amakusa[edit]

Shino Amakusa (天草 シノ, Amakusa Shino) is a second-year student and the student council president.Ch. p1 She is serious and diligent, excels in academics, and is very popular among the student body.Ch. p2, p3 However, she is almost always thinking perverted things. She suggests that one of her original reasons she showed an interest in Takatoshi is so that she could observe him in health and physical education classes.Ch. p1 She fears heightsCh. p2, p10 and insects,Ch. 2 and her rather flat chest makes her feel self-conscious,Ch. p10 especially when comparing herself to Aria.Ch. p13 She occasionally performs couple-like activities with Takatoshi such as walking with him, sharing an umbrella or clearing his earwax, but gets embarrassed whenever Takatoshi says anything that could be interpreted as being romantic (It is hinted she has feelings for Takatoshi).[6] According to her childhood friend Misaki Amano, Shino was student council president at her previous school.Ch. 60 She is voiced by Yōko Hikasa.[5]

Aria Shichijo[edit]

Aria Shichijō (七条 アリア, Shichijō Aria) is the student council secretary and in the same year as Shino;Ch. p1 they are good friends.Ch. p11 She comes from an affluent family and is the most physically mature character. However, she has a strongly perverted mind; like Shino, she has a habit of twisting every word and thought into something sexual.Ch. p1, p4, p5 Because she is absurdly rich and overly pampered,Ch. p5 she can be a social airhead: for instance, she will wait in front of a door and expect it to slide openCh. p10 or stand at the bottom of a staircase expecting it to be an escalator.Ch. p7 In contrast, she is academically smart and places second in midterms for her class year, right behind Shino.Ch. p4 Her chest is larger than Shino's,Ch. p4 which causes the latter to feel self-conscious.Ch. p10, p13 Aria is voiced by Satomi Satō.[5]

Suzu Hagimura[edit]

Suzu Hagimura (萩村 スズ, Hagimura Suzu) is the student council treasurer and in the same year as Takatoshi.Ch. p1 She describes herself as a returning student with an IQ of 180, can do 10-digit arithmetic calculations in her head,Ch. p1 and is fluent in multiple languages including English.Ch. p1, p6 Even though she is 16 years old at the start of the series, she is no taller than an elementary school student and is very sensitive about her short stature.Ch. p1 Many of the jokes involve her childish appearance or height and she flies into a rage whenever such subjects are mentioned. She feels very dependable of Tsuda and feels uneasy when he's not around. In situations where multiple characters are conversing, often only the top of her head is shown,Ch. p14 or a caption and arrow points to where she is.Ch. p5, 1 She is voiced by Sayuri Yahagi.[5]

Supporting characters[edit]

  • Ranko Hata (畑 ランコ, Hata Ranko) is the head of the school's newspaper club.Ch. p3 She likes to take photos of the student council members to sell around the school, usually without the permission of those being photographed,Ch. 1, 7 and she often gets caught. When she conducts an interview, she likes to twist the responses to something dirty or perverted, with Tsuda as a frequent target.Ch. p3, 1 She is expressionless[vol. 3] and has a deadpan monotone voice in the anime, which strongly contrasts with the other girls' excitable temperaments. She is voiced by Satomi Arai.[7]
  • Mutsumi Mitsuba (三葉 ムツミ, Mitsuba Mutsumi) is Takatoshi's classmate who forms a judo club at the start of the series.Ch. p4 She is dedicated to leading her club but is also simple-minded.[4] She develops a crush on Takatoshi later in the series and, despite her remarkable potential and drive towards the martial arts, states that her dream is to simply become a bride.[6] In one instance, she combines his family name Tsuda (津田) with her given name Mutsumi (ムツミ).Ch. 151 Because of her innocent nature, she often misses Aria and Shino's innuendos.[8] She is voiced by Chiaki Omigawa.[7]
  • Naruko Yokoshima (横島 ナルコ, Yokoshima Naruko) is a teacher at Ōsai Academy and the student council adviser.Ch. p5 She is even more perverted than Aria and Shino and aggressively seeks out younger guys, not excepting her male students.Ch. p5[4] In the anime, she teaches English and, true to form, her syllabus almost always contains perverted content.[4] She is perceived to be unreliable by the council members and useless as an educator.Ch. 4 She is voiced by Yuu Kobayashi.[5][7]
  • Kotomi Tsuda (津田 コトミ, Tsuda Kotomi) is Takatoshi's younger sister,Ch. p9 who is in her final year of middle school at the beginning of the series and attends Ōsai the following year.Ch. 27 A cheerful girl, she is considerate and caring toward others, but is curious and enthusiastic about sexual matters - something she has in common with the title character in Ujiie's previous work Imouto wa Shishunki (My Little Sister Is Going Through Puberty).Ch. 9[4] In one episode, when Takatoshi was sick, both she and Shino bring him adult manga.[4] She is very close with her brother but, to Takatoshi's frustration, her comments sometimes imply that they have an incestuous relationship.Ch. 34, 39 She gets along very well with the other girls and often asks for and gets help from them. She is voiced by Asami Shimoda.[5][7]
  • Kaede Igarashi (五十嵐 カエデ, Igarashi Kaede) is the head of the disciplinary committee at Ōsai Academy.Ch. 3 She has a strong sense of justice and morals, but has an extreme fear of boys. This ends up being an issue because the school became co-ed after she enrolled.Ch. 3[n 1] She is voiced by Emiri Katou.[7]
  • Sayaka Dejima (出島 サヤカ, Dejima Sayaka) is Aria's personal maid.Ch. 11 She is very protective of Aria and bears the key to her chastity belt.Ch. 21 She has a fetish for anything that Aria has touched or worn,Ch. 16 as well as unwashed underwear in general.Ch. 31 Dejima is voiced by Mutsumi Tamura.[7]
  • Nene Todoroki (轟 ネネ, Todoroki Nene) is Suzu's friend and a member of the Robot Research Club.Ch. 28 She is as perverted as the rest of the girls,Ch. 28 as she often wears a vibrator during school hours or is seen working on such devices at her club.Ch. 37 She is voiced by Hekiru Shiina.[7]
  • Toki (時さん, Toki-san, also Tokky) is Kotomi's first high school friend.Ch. 36 Even though Toki looks and sounds like a delinquent she is actually clumsy and shows no signs of a rebellious nature.Ch. 36 The only reason she leaves her shirt loose is because she once accidentally tucked it inside her underwear and was embarrassed about it.Ch. 37 She is a bit scatterbrained as she has a tendency to get lost and arrive late when meeting up with Kotomi.Ch. 64, 84 Her full name is revealed to be Kaoru Toki (時 カオル, Toki Kaoru) in the credits of the Seitokai Yakuindomo: The Movie, voiced by Miho Hino.[7]
  • Uomi (魚見) nicknamed "Womi",Ch. 135 is the student council president of nearby Eiryou High School. She is introduced when her school visits Ōsai to exchange ideas. She and Shino discover they are much alike in thought and personality and thus they get along.Ch. 113, 114 She and Tsuda become in-laws of a sort when their respective cousins marry (Tsuda is the groom's cousin, Uomi is the bride's). Afterwards she insists that Takatoshi call her Onee-chan and she addresses him as Taka-kun. Her full name is Chihiro Uomi (魚見 チヒロ, Uomi Chihiro).Ch. 415, voiced by Chiwa Saitō.[7]

Crossover characters[edit]

Characters from Ujiie's previous works have made appearances in Seitokai. Misaki Amano from College Girl Tutor Hamanaka Ai (女子大生家庭教師濱中アイ, Joshidaisei Kateikyoushi Hamanaka Ai) is Shino's ex-vice president in elementary school. Being in the same class as Shino in elementary school they both are of the same age with Amano now also being a high school student. Although both of them went to different high schools. Like Takatoshi, she acts as a tsukkomi for Shino's various jokes. The idol unit Triple Booking from Ujiie's work Idol's Red Book (アイドルのあかほん, Aidoru no Aka Hon) also make appearances.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Seitokai Yakuindomo began as a four-panel comic strip manga written and illustrated by Tozen Ujiie. The manga began serialization in the June 2007 issue of Kodansha's Magazine Special and ran in that magazine until the July 2008 issue, where it was thereafter transferred to Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine starting with the 34th issue of 2008 sold in September. The first tankōbon volume was released on August 12, 2008 under Kodansha's Shōnen Magazine KC imprint; as of March 2018, 16 volumes have been released.

Volume list[edit]

No.Release date ISBN
1 August 12, 2008[9]ISBN 978-4-06-384030-8
  • Chapters 1–15 from Magazine Special
Ousai Academy is a school that has recently turned co-ed. On his first day, Takatoshi Tsuda is stopped by student body president Shino Amakusa, who fixes his appearance. He meets secretary Aria Shichijou and treasurer Suzu Hagimura. As he is late for class, Shino decides to give Takatoshi an excuse by making him the student body vice president. Shino shows Takatoshi around campus. Takatoshi looks over the school rules and observes the council's everyday happenings. Shino is interviewed by Ranko Hata from the newspaper club. Takatoshi's classmate Mutsumi Mitsuba forms a judo club. They do their midterms. They meet the perverted council advisor Yokoshima. Takatoshi visits Suzu at her house. Shino and Aria return from a class field trip. The council celebrates Shino’s birthday. Shino and Takatoshi share an umbrella. Shino visits Takatoshi at home and meets his sister Kotomi. Shino and Aria have swimming class. Hata pursues some ghost stories. The council goes on a beach trip and stay overnight at a nearby inn.
2 May 15, 2009[10]ISBN 978-4-06-384142-8
  • Chapters 1–30 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
The council prepares for the school’s sports day. Hata interviews Shino. A bug flies into the council room. Kaede Igarashi of the Discipline Committee confronts the council on their summer beach trip. Shino helps the judo club with a match. The council prepares a school newsletter. Aria invites the council to her home. The school has a culture festival. The council cleans up their room. Aria hosts the council at her winter villa; they exchange Christmas presents and then do New Year’s. Kotomi takes the entrance exams for Ousai. The council meets Nene Todoroki of the robotics research club.
3 January 15, 2010[11]ISBN 978-4-06-384240-1
  • Chapters 31–60 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Hata visits Aria's estate. Kotomi starts her first year at Ousai. She introduces her friend Toki who looks like a delinquent. The council girls change into summer uniforms and deal with the heat. Kotomi remarks on her reputation of being the sister of the vice president. The council hosts a school swim meet. The council girls visit Takatoshi and Kotomi to help clean their house, and stay over. Aria hosts a fireworks party. Shino gives a speech over the PA system. Suzu's dog visits school. The council inspects the different clubs. For career day, the school chooses Aria’s maid Dejima to visit the school. The council poses for art sketches, and prepares for another school festival.
4 August 17, 2010[12]ISBN 978-4-06-384347-7
ISBN 978-4-06-362170-9 (limited edition)
  • Chapters 61–90 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
At the school festival, Shino and Aria’s class host a butler café. The council girls participate in the Miss Ousai contest. When Takatoshi is ill, Suzu takes over for the day. Shino tutors Takatoshi. Aria invites the gang to her hot springs. The council goes skiing, talks about self-defense, does environment cleanup, and rides in Dejima's limo. Mutsumi and Nene visit Suzu's home. Takatoshi gets chocolates from the girls on Valentine’s Day. The council fields suggestions for cafeteria menu items. Shino and Takatoshi shop for supplies. The council views the cherry blossoms. Jokes that involve tissues. Dejima visits the school and talks about being a maid. Takatoshi's class prepares for exams. The council models school swimsuits.
5 April 15, 2011[13][14]ISBN 978-4-06-384479-5
ISBN 978-4-06-358344-1 (limited edition)
  • Chapters 91–120 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Shino is scouted to become an idol. Kotomi briefly takes over as vice president while Takatoshi is away. The council deals with a stray cat, hosts a send-off for the judo club, and help Hata explore the seven mysteries of Ousai. They stargaze using the Tsuda family's telescope, hang out at the pool, and later have heat endurance and cold endurance contests. Mutsumi recruits Toki to the judo club. The school has an evacuation drill when a real earthquake hits. The council ponders exercising, hosts a lost and found, and work on Halloween activities. They receive a visit from Uomi the student body president of nearby Eiryou High School, and then visit Eiryou for their cultural festival. They shovel show at school, and later celebrate New Year’s Eve at Aria’s beach resort.
6 November 17, 2011[15][16]ISBN 978-4-06-384585-3
  • Chapters 121–150 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Igarashi is suspicious that Shino and Takatoshi are alone in the council room. Valentine’s Day activities, comments on appearances. Takatoshi bumps into Uomi when shopping for White Day presents. Shino makes a lunch for Takatoshi. The council plans club inspections but is concerned about leaks. The council members study at the library and later tutor Takatoshi. Hata has the judo club model for some posters. Aria tries palm reading. The council cheers on Ousai's teams at the athletics festival. The council remarks on some words, and deal with some flowers. Another beach party followed by a test courage, and a local festival. The council members work as lifeguards for the school pool. Shino calls Suzu, Aria, and Takatoshi individually to chat over the night.
7 July 17, 2012[17]ISBN 978-4-06-384710-9
  • Chapters 151–180 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
The council poses for a school uniform photo shoot, and later helps Hata with articles for the school newspaper. Suzu feels sick and rests in the school infirmary. Some jokes about Aria's chest. The school has a marathon. Oumi visits again. More jokes about appearances. The council has nabe at Takatoshi's house; at night, Shino dresses as Santa and gives everyone presents. Yokohama joins the council members for a king game. Jokes about girls’ hearts and appearances. Takatoshi and Kotomi attend a wedding and discover that they will be cousins-in-law with Uomi. Takatoshi and Shino get their arms stuck in the school gate. Aria invites the gang to pick foods in the wild. The council members test out attractions at Aria’s amusement park.
8 February 15, 2013[18][19]ISBN 978-4-06-384817-5
  • Chapters 181–210 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Uomi and Shino visit and stay over at the Tsuda house. More below-the-waist jokes. Aria coaches the first-years in tennis. The school has swimming lessons with clothes on. The council members visit a burger joint, and later do karaoke. To practice saving energy, Aria has the council members camp at her family’s private island. Uomi visits the Tsuda family during summer vacation. The judo club holds practice using Aria’s love doll as a dummy partner. The council members make ice cream at the Tsuda house. Shino has Takatoshi clean the school bathrooms.
9 October 17, 2013[5][20]ISBN 978-4-06-358443-1
  • Chapters 211–241 from Weekly Shōnen Magazine
10 May 16, 2014[21]ISBN 978-4-06-395093-9
ISBN 978-4-06-358483-7 (limited edition)
11 February 17, 2015[22]ISBN 978-4-06-395324-4
ISBN 978-4-06-358711-1 (limited edition)
12 September 17, 2015[23]ISBN 978-4-06-395485-2
ISBN 978-4-06-358766-1 (limited edition)
13 April 15, 2016[24]ISBN 978-4-06-395648-1
ISBN 978-4-06-358792-0 (limited edition)
14 December 16, 2016[25]ISBN 978-4-06-395826-3
ISBN 978-4-06-358793-7 (limited edition)
15 September 15, 2017[26]ISBN 978-4-06-510186-5
ISBN 978-4-06-397025-8 (limited edition)
16 March 16, 2018[27]ISBN 978-4-06-511062-1
ISBN 978-4-06-397031-9 (limited edition)

Anime[edit]

A 13-episode anime television series produced by GoHands and directed by Hiromitsu Kanazawa[28] aired in Japan between July 4 and September 26, 2010 on TV Kanagawa.[n 2][29] The anime began airing at later dates on Chiba TV, TV Saitama, Sun TV, KBS, Tokyo MX, TV Aichi, and AT-X.[30][31] Two pieces of theme music are used for the anime: one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "Yamato Nadeshiko Education" (大和撫子エデュケイション) by Triple Booking, which is a group of characters from the author's previous work Idol no Akahon; the voices are Yōko Hikasa, Satomi Satō and Sayuri Yahagi—the voices of Shino, Aria and Suzu. The ending theme is "Aoi Haru" (蒼い春) by Angela.[32] Six Blu-ray/DVD volumes were released between August 4 and October 27, 2010.[33] Certain scenes in the anime were censored for broadcast on TV, but the BD/DVD releases have the option of turning the majority of the censoring on or off.[citation needed] Original video animation episodes of the anime have been shipping with the limited editions of the manga volumes, beginning with the fifth volume released on April 15, 2011.[34] The OVAs are released with limited edition bundles of the manga and also as standalone videos. They are also produced by GoHands and their episodes are numbered as if they continued the TV series. A second anime television season titled ''Seitokai Yakuindomo * (生徒会役員共*) premiered on January 4, 2014.[35] It was simulcast with English subtitles by Crunchyroll.[2] An anime film was released on July 21, 2017.[36]

An Internet radio show titled Anime 'Seitokai Yakuindomo' ga Zenbu Wakaru Radio, Ryakushite Zenra! (アニメ『生徒会役員共』が全部わかるラジオ、略して全ラ!) produced by Animate TV began streaming online on July 14, 2010 to support the TV series.[37] The show does not have any fixed hosts, but members of the voice cast take turns hosting the show every week.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Igarashi reveals that the reason she is afraid of men is because, several years previously, when she practiced writing the kanji for 'male', a classmate asked if she was sexually frustrated.Ch. 54
  2. ^ TVK used an after-midnight programming schedule, so the first broadcast was listed for July 3, 2010 at 24:30 which is the same as July 4 at 12:30 am.

Works cited[edit]

  • ^ "Ch." is shortened form for chapter and refers to a chapter number of the Seitokai Yakuindomo manga by Tozen Ujiie. Original Japanese version published by Kodansha. "Ch. p" references to chapters published in Magazine Special, while those without the "p" refer to chapters published in Weekly Shonen Magazine.

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