Shōwa Monogatari

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Shōwa Monogatari
Shōwa Monogatari DVD cover.jpg
Cover of the DVD box set
昭和物語
Genre Drama
Anime film
Directed by Tadahiro Murakami
Produced by Hiroaki Takeuchi
Written by Miho Maruo
Naruhisa Arakawa
Sukehiro Tomita
Yasushi Hirano
Studio WAO World
Released January 29, 2011
Runtime 100 minutes
Anime television series
Directed by Hiroshi Kugimiya
Studio WAO World
Original network Chiba TV, KBS Kyoto, Mie TV, Sun TV, TV Kanagawa, TV Saitama
Original run April 2011July 4, 2011
Episodes 13
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Shōwa Monogatari (昭和物語, trans. Shōwa Era Story) is a 2011 Japanese anime film and television series about the Yamazaki family, who live in Tokyo during Shōwa 39 (1964), the same year Tokyo hosts the 1964 Summer Olympics. The film, directed by Tadahiro Murakami, was released in Japan on January 29, 2011. Hiroshi Kugimiya directed the 13-episode television series, which had its broadcast run between April and July 2011[1]

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Episode list[edit]

No. Title Original airdate
01 "New Years Day, Shōwa 39"
"Shōwa San-Jū-Kyū Nen Gantan" (昭和三十九年元旦) 
April , 2011[2]
02 "Hatachi, Taichi no Shitsuren" (二十歳・太一の失恋)  April 11, 2011[3]
03 "A Crazy Adventure"
"Kureijī na Dai-Bōken" (クレイジーな大冒険) 
April 18, 2011[3]
04 "Haru yo Koi" (春よ来い)  April 15, 2011[3]
05 "Kozukai to Kyacchibōru" (小遣いとキャッチボール)  May 2, 2011[3]
06 "Worst Children's Day!"
"Saiaku na Kodomo no Hi!" (最悪な子供の日!) 
May 9, 2011[3]
07 "Yureru Koi to Pūrusaido" (ゆれる恋とプールサイド)  May 16, 2011[4]
08 "Divorce Defense"
"Rikon Bōei-gun" (離婚防衛軍) 
May 30, 2011[4]
09 "Grandpa's Ghost?"
"Jī-chan no Yūrei!?" (爺ちゃんの幽霊!?) 
June 6, 2011[4]
10 "Summer's End"
"Natsuyasumi no Owari" (夏休みの終わり) 
June 13, 2011[5]
11 "Toots's Starry Sky"
"Nē-chan no Hoshizora" (ねえちゃんの星空) 
June 20, 2011[5]
12 "Tears of Autumn, Day of Parting"
"Akikaze ga Naita, Wakare no Hi" (秋風が泣いた、別れの日) 
June 27, 2011[5]
13 "Our Olympics"
"Boku-tachi no Orinpikku" (ボクたちのオリンピック) 
July 4, 2011[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Showa Monogatari Anime Film, TV Series to Launch Next Year". Anime News Network. December 9, 2010. Retrieved February 23, 2011. 
  2. ^ 昭和物語 (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on March 11, 2011. Retrieved March 11, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d e テレビまんが 昭和物語 (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on May 4, 2011. Retrieved May 4, 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c テレビまんが 昭和物語 (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on May 12, 2011. Retrieved May 12, 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d テレビまんが 昭和物語 (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on June 10, 2011. Retrieved June 10, 2011. 

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