Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu!

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Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu!
白鳥麗子でございます!
Genre Romantic comedy
Manga
Written by Yumiko Suzuki
Published by Kodansha
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Mimi
Original run 19881992
Volumes 7
Original video animation
Directed by Mitsuru Hongo
Written by Taeko Okina
Studio Ajia-do
Released April 25, 1990
Runtime 40 minutes
Television drama
Directed by Masayuki Suzuki, Hisao Ogura
Written by Miho Nakazono
Original network Fuji TV
Original run January 14, 1993 February 11, 1993
Episodes 11
Live-action film
Directed by Hisao Ogura
Produced by Tomoki Ikeda, Takashi Ishihara, Yuji Iwata, Shinichi Ogawa
Written by Kazuyuki Morosawa
Released August 19, 1995 (1995-08-19)
Runtime 71 minutes
Television drama
Directed by Shinji Kuma, Tatsuya Matsuoka, Keita Mizunami
Original network Nagoya TV
Original run January 18, 2016 March 28, 2016
Episodes 10
Live-action film
Directed by Shinji Kuma
Produced by Nobuaki Suzuki, Makoto Kimata, Naoki Fukuhara, Maki Uemara
Written by Shinji Kuma, Yosuke Otani
Released June 11, 2016 (2016-06-11)
Runtime 92 Minutes
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Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu! (Japanese: 白鳥麗子でございます!, Hepburn: lit. I Am Reiko Shiratori!) is a shōjo romantic comedy manga by Yumiko Suzuki. It was published by Kodansha in the magazine Mimi from 1988 to 1992 and collected in seven tankōbon volumes. The series was adapted as an anime OVA produced by Ajia-do that was released in 1990, an 11-episode live-action television series broadcast on Fuji TV in 1993, and a theatrical movie released in 1995. In 1989, the manga won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo.[1]

It is the story of Reiko Shiratori, a nouveau-riche girl from the countryside, who enters a Tokyo university to pursue ordinary college student Tetsuya Akimoto.

Television dramas[edit]

1989 cast[edit]

  • Honami Suzuki as Reiko Shiratori
  • Makoto Nonomura as Tetsuya Akimoto

1993 cast[edit]

2016 cast[edit]

Original video animation[edit]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joel Hahn. "Kodansha Manga Awards". Comic Book Awards Almanac. Archived from the original on 2007-08-16. Retrieved 2007-08-21.

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