Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle

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Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle
Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle volume 1 cover.jpg
Cover of the first tankōbon volume, featuring Princess Syalis
魔王城でおやすみ
(Maōjō de Oyasumi)
Genre
Manga
Written byKagiji Kumanomata
Published byShogakukan
English publisher
ImprintShōnen Sunday Comics
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Sunday
DemographicShōnen
Original runMay 11, 2016 – present
Volumes23 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byMitsue Yamazaki
Written byYoshiko Nakamura
Music byYukari Hashimoto
StudioDoga Kobo
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTV Tokyo, AT-X, BS TV Tokyo
English network
Original run October 6, 2020 December 22, 2020
Episodes12 (List of episodes)

Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle (Japanese: 魔王城でおやすみ, Hepburn: Maōjō de Oyasumi, lit. "Good Night in Demon Castle") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kagiji Kumanomata. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine since May 2016, with its chapters collected in twenty-three tankōbon volumes as of October 2022. An anime television series adaptation by Doga Kobo aired from October to December 2020.

Plot[edit]

The story follows Princess Syalis, a young princess who was kidnapped by the Demon King, and her quest to sleep well while imprisoned.[4] Despite the Demon King's best attempts, the princess turns her kidnapping into a vacation; having grown tired with the stress of a royal life, she is indifferent to the situation.

Characters[edit]

Princess Syalis (スヤリス姫, Suyarisu Hime)
Voiced by: Inori Minase[5][6] (Japanese); Kira Buckland[7] (English)
Princess Syalis (full name: Aurora Sya Lis Goodereste) (オーロラ・栖夜・リース・カイミーン, Ōrora Suya Rīsu Kaimīn) is a princess who was kidnapped by the demon king and causes chaos in the demon castle while trying to get a good night's sleep. She has been living at the demon king's castle for four years now.
Twilight the Demon King (魔王タソガレ, Maō Tasogare)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka[6][8] (Japanese); Alejandro Saab[7] (English)
He kidnapped Syalis in her sleep, so he has hardly ever seen her awake and has never had a proper conversation with her. He is always thinking of ways to make the hero get to him and gets worried if he is going to lose, he even puts weapons and tools to make the hero's quest easier. Apart from that he is a good leader for the demons of the castle, but even he can't go against Princess Syalis, and is shown to care for her to a certain point.
Demon Cleric (あくましゅうどうし, Akuma Shūdōshi)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa[6][8] (Japanese); Mike Haimoto[7] (English)
Demon Cleric might seem like a gentle young man, but he is actually the demon in charge of the Demon Temple inside the Demon Castle. The Demon Cleric is usually the one called upon to use magic to resurrect anyone who happens to die in the Demon Castle.
Dawner the Hero (勇者アカツキ, Yūsha Akatsuki)
Voiced by: Hiro Shimono[9] (Japanese); Nicholas Andrew Louie,[7] Bryn Apprill[10] (young) (English)
Dawner is the hero who is entrusted by the Human Confederation of Goodereste with the task of saving Princess Syalis from the demon castle. Although Dawner and Princess Sylias are childhood friends and also engaged, she does not remember who he is. Whenever she mentions Dawner to the denizens of the demon castle, she calls him, "D-Whatsit". Due to Dawner being outgoing and friendly to Princess Syalis, he had always disturbed her slumber, thus causing her to have nightmares whenever she dreams about him. He is also known for his poor sense of direction, which explains why Princess Syalis has been captured for four years.
Quilladillo (はりとげマジロ, Hari Toge Majiro)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama[9] (Japanese); Ben Lepley[7] (English)
Frankenzombie (フランケンゾンビ, Furankenzonbi)
Voiced by: Kōichi Sōma[11] (Japanese); Jim Foronda[7] (English)
Minotaur (ミノタウロス, Minotaurosu)
Voiced by: Masashi Yamane[11] (Japanese); Gianni Matragrano[7] (English)
Castle Goblin Grunt (やしき手下ゴブリン, Yashiki Teshita Goburin)
Voiced by: Shinya Takahashi[11] (Japanese); Ricco Fajardo[7] (English)
Great Red Siberian (レッドシベリアン・改, Reddo Shiberian-Kai)
Voiced by: Chikahiro Kobayashi[11] (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum[12] (English)
Ghost Shroud (おばけふろしき, Obake Furoshiki)
Voiced by: Kōichi Sōma[11] (Japanese); Bryce Papenbrook[7] (English)
He and his subordinates are the principal victims of Princess Syralis's antics, especially when she needs cloth to make things to get a good sleep. The death of the Ghost Shrouds by the Princess is a common joke in the series.
Poseidon (ポセイドン)
Voiced by: Takeo Ōtsuka[11] (Japanese); Kevin Thelwell[13] (English)
Fire Venom Dragon (かえんどくりゅう, Kaen doku Ryū)
Voiced by: Takaya Kuroda[11] (Japanese); Jason Marnocha[10] (English)
Neo Alraune (ネオアルラウネ, Neo Aruraune)
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara[11] (Japanese); Michele Knotz[14] (English)
Alazif (アラージフ, Arājifu)
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura[11] (Japanese); Suzie Yeung[10] (English)
Scissors Sorcerer (シザーマジシャン, Shizā Majishan)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe[11] (Japanese); Kyle Igneczi[7] (English)
Harpy (ハーピィ, Hāpī)
Voiced by: Ayaka Ōhashi[11] (Japanese); Morgan Garrett[10] (English)
Hades (ハデス, Hadesu)
Voiced by: Kishō Taniyama[15] (Japanese); Christopher Wehkamp[10] (English)
Hypnos (睡魔, Suima)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki[15] (Japanese); Robbie Daymond[10] (English)
Cubey (さっきゅん, Sakkyun)
Voiced by: Ari Ozawa[16] (Japanese); Jad Saxton[10] (English)
Queen Nemlis (カイミーンの女王, Kaimīn no Joō)
Voiced by: Saori Hayami[17] (Japanese); Elizabeth Maxwell[7] (English)
Queen of Goodereste, a kingdom of humankind, and mother of Princess Suyaris.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle is written and illustrated by Kagiji Kumanomata. The series started in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday on May 11, 2016.[18] Shogakukan has collected its chapters into individual tankōbon volumes. The first volume was released on September 16, 2016.[19] As of October 18, 2022, twenty-three volumes have been released.[20]

Viz Media announced in September 2017 that they had licensed the series in North America.[21] The first volume was released on June 12, 2018.[22]

An official fanbook of the series was released on October 16, 2020.[23][24]

Volume list[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 September 16, 2016[19]978-4-09-127342-0June 12, 2018[22]978-1-9747-0018-9
  1. "Castle of the Sleepy Princess" (シーツは輝く海のように, Shītsu wa Kagayaku Umi no Yō ni)
  2. "Bedsheets Like the Shining Sea" (うなれ筋肉, Unare Kinniku)
  3. "Sweet Sleep Like the Dead" (死という甘い眠り, Shi to iu Amai Nemuri)
  4. "Longing to Sleep on the Shield of the Wind" (風の盾で寝るしか, Kaze no Tate de Neru Shika)
  5. "Because the Tower is There" (そこに塔があるから, Soko ni Tō ga aru kara)
  6. "Go Bark at the Moon" (月にでも吠えていろ, Tsuki ni demo hoete iro)
  7. "The Poisonous Mushroom of Dreams" (夢みる毒キノコ, Yumemiru Doku Kinoko)
  8. "The Princess's Three-Star Armor" (姫の三ツ星機甲, Hime no Mitsuboshi Kikō)
  9. "But You Have to Pay the Price, Right?" (でも、お高い代償なんでしょう?, Demo, Okai Daishō nandeshō?)
  10. "Good Night, Baby" (ねむれよいこよ, Nemure yo Iko yo)
  11. "Touch Her and She's Yours" (触れば落ちぬ, Sawareba Ochinu)
  12. "The Sea of Pillows and the Tower of Babel" (枕の海とバベルの塔, Makura no Umi to Baberu no Tō)
  13. "Sacred Treasure Crossing: Wild World" (おいでよ神器の森, Oide yo Jingi no Mori)
2 January 18, 2017[25]978-4-09-127488-5August 14, 2018[26]978-1-9747-0713-3
  1. "The Mysterious Case of the Hot Springs Steam Monster Murders" (ゆけむり殺魔物, Yukemuri Ya Mamono)
  2. "The Pale Brute" (白い凶人, Shiroi Kyōjin)
  3. "Princess Stuff It" (しまっちゃう姫様, Shimacchau Hime-sama)
  4. "It Looks like a Princess and Has the Brain of a Princess" (見た目は姫 頭脳も姫, Mita Me wa Hime Zunō mo Hime)
  5. "Comforter = Friend" (布団, Tomodachi)
  6. "Extreme Training Tournament of Monsters" (ドキッ!魔物だらけの修練大会, Doki! Mamono Darake no Shūren Taikai)
  7. "The Bloom Quickly Fades from the Flower" (花の命は短くて, Hana no Inochi wa Mijikakute)
  8. "Squeezing Honey out of Nothing?" (なぜ蜂蜜は無から生まれないの, Naze Hachimitsu wa Nakara Umarenai no)
  9. "The Guardian of Quality Sleep" (安眠の番人, An'min no Ban'nin)
  10. "See You Tonight" (今夜、会いに行さます, Kon'nya, Ai ni Gyo Samasu)
  11. "My Way of Laundry" (我が道のお洗湿, Wagamichi no O Arai Shime)
  12. "From Cradle to Grave" (揺りかごで墓場まで, Yurikago de Hakaba Made)
  13. "Demon Castle Paralysis" (魔王城(金)縛りプレィ, Maō-jō (kin) Shibari Purei)
3 April 18, 2017[27]978-4-09-127560-8October 9, 2018[28]978-1-9747-0020-2
  1. "Sloth Generator" (なまけもの製造機, Namakemo no Seizouki)
  2. "Fluffy Comforter Taxi" (ゆるふわ布団タクシー, Yurufuwa Futon Takushī)
  3. "The Princess's Undergarments" (姫のばんつはイイパンツ, Hime no Bantsu wa Ii Pantsu)
  4. "Let's Remodel Your Window!" (窓をアップデートできます!, Mado o Appudēto Dekimasu!)
  5. "It's Not That Bad Getting Fused with a Cat, Is It?" (猫と混ざってもいいんじゃないッ?, Neko to Mazatte mo īn Janaī?)
  6. "Naughty or Nice Princess" (ひめはわるいこだから, Hime wa Warui Kodakara)
  7. "Don't Take Party Games Too Seriously!" (パーティーゲームに本気になるのやめろよ!, Pātīgēmu ni Honkininaru no Yamero yo!)
  8. "Puffy Princess" (もちもち♡プリンセス, Mochi Mochi♡Purinsesu)
  9. "Sleeping Out on the Demon Castle Grounds" (魔王城周辺でおやすみ, Maō-jō Shūhen de Oyasumi)
  10. "The Divine Move in Her Dreams" (神の一手インドリーム, Kami no Itte Indorīmu)
  11. "The Perfect Happy Hostage" (完壁で幸福な人質, Kan Kabe de Kōfukuna Hitojichi)
  12. "Demon King - Sleep or Die" (魔王様スリープオアダイ, Maō-sama Surīpu Oa Dai)
  13. "You Mustn't Hide It" (隠すなんてょくないよ, Kakusu Nante Yokunai yo)
4 July 18, 2017[29]978-4-09-127669-8December 11, 2018[30]978-1-9747-0148-3
  1. "Chocolate is the Color of Love" (チョコは血の色愛の色, Choko wa Chi no Iro Ai no Iro)
  2. "Quilly Doesn't Hibernate" (とげちゃんは眠らない, Toge-chan wa Nemuranai)
  3. "Who's Been Sleeping Too Much?" (ねすぎるこだれだ, Ne Sugiru ko Dareda)
  4. "Attack of the Teddy Demon Subspecies!" (強襲!! でびあくま亜種, Kyōshū!! Debi Akuma Ashu)
  5. "Let's Have a Sing-Along" (つくってうたお, Tsukette Utao)
  6. "The Princess Goes Demon Castle Hopping" (魔王城をハシゴする女, Maō-jō o Hashigo Suru On'na)
  7. "It Seems There is a Specialist for Everything" (なんにでもプロっているんだね, Nan ni Demo Puro Tte Iru nda ne)
  8. "Retrieve the Princess (A Demon Castle Monster)" (姫(魔王城モンスター)なとりもどせ, Hime (Maō-jō Monsutā) na Torimodose)
  9. "Extreme Training Magic Tournament of Monsters" (ドキドキッ! 魔物だらけの魔術大会, Dokidoki~tsu! Mamono Darake no Majutsu Taikai)
  10. "Better Living Through Gadgets" (便利グッズで一山当てたい, Benri Guzzu de Hitoyama Atetai)
  11. "The Princess Doesn't Only Dance at Meetings" (会議でなくとも姫は踊る, Kaigidenakutomo Hime wa Oduro)
  12. "Pollenella" (花粉かぶり姫, Kafun Kaburi Hime)
  13. "Not Fair Play!" (その攻略法ズルだと思います, Sono Kōryaku-hō Zuruda to Omoimasu)
Bonus Chapter: "Sleepy Princess in Komi's House" (古見さんちでおやすみ, Komi-san Chi de Oyasumi)
Bonus Chapter: "Not Everything That Looks Tasty Is..." (差し入れとみせかけて, Sashiire to Misekakete)
5 October 18, 2017[31]978-4-09-127860-9February 12, 2019[32]978-1-9747-0149-0
  1. ""Rockin' Till the Break of Daw-What's-His-Name"" (春眠アなんとかを覚えず, Shunmin a Nantoka o Oboezu)
  2. "It's Like Female Bonding" (それは女の友情のように, Sora wa On'na no Yūjō no Yō ni)
  3. "The Princess's Marvelous Pillow Boutique" (姫のすてきなまくらやさん♡, Hime no Sutekina Makura Ya-san ♡)
  4. "The Secret Garden at the End of Endurance" (ガマンの先の花園, Gaman no Saki no Hanazono)
  5. "No One Did Anything Wrong" (だあれもわるくないよ♡, Da Are mo Warukunai yo ♡)
  6. "From the Mouths of Princesses" (姫のびんかんなおくち, Hime no Bin Kan'na o Kuchi)
  7. "Supersize My Demon Castle" (びんかんスーパーサイズfor魔王城, Bin Kan Sūpāsaizu fō Maō-jō)
  8. "No Fair Calling in a Grown-Up!" (大人呼ぶのは反則だろうが, Otona Yobu no wa Hansokudarouga)
  9. "Radically Transforming Giant Eggplant Seal" (劇変!ビッグナスあざらし, Gekihen! Biggunasu Azarashi)
  10. "Togetherness with Big Sister Syalis" (すやりすお姉ちゃんといっしょ, Suya Risu o Nēchan to Issho)
  11. "Don't Look Away" (その瞳をそらさないで, Sono Hitomi o Sorasanaide)
  12. "Full-Time Sweatshop Princess" (プラックフルタイムひめさま, Purakkufurutaimu Hime-sama)
  13. "One Person's Mistake Is Not Another's Lesson" (人のふり見てわがふりなおすと思うのかよ, Hito no Furi Mite Waga Furi Naosu to Omou no ka yo)
6 January 18, 2018[33]978-4-09-128073-2April 9, 2019[34]978-1-9747-0227-5
7 April 12, 2018[35]978-4-09-128227-9June 11, 2019[36]978-1-9747-0514-6
8 August 17, 2018[37]978-4-09-128381-8August 13, 2019[38]978-1-9747-0783-6
9 November 16, 2018[39]978-4-09-128577-5October 8, 2019[40]978-1-9747-0881-9
10 February 18, 2019[41]978-4-09-128801-1December 10, 2019[42]978-1-9747-0960-1
11 May 17, 2019[43]978-4-09-129157-8April 14, 2020[44]978-1-9747-1261-8
12 September 18, 2019[45]978-4-09-129332-9June 9, 2020[46]978-1-9747-1539-8
13 January 17, 2020[47]978-4-09-129546-0October 13, 2020[48]978-1-9747-1817-7
14 April 16, 2020[49]978-4-09-129563-7April 13, 2021[50]978-1-9747-1980-8
15 July 17, 2020[51]978-4-09-850162-5August 10, 2021[52]978-1-9747-2365-2
16 October 16, 2020[53]978-4-09-850270-7December 14, 2021[54]978-1-9747-2409-3
17 December 18, 2020[55]978-4-09-850366-7April 12, 2022[56]978-1-9747-2539-7
18 May 18, 2021[57]978-4-09-850525-8July 19, 2022[58]978-1-9747-3101-5
19 August 18, 2021[59]978-4-09-850640-8November 8, 2022[60]978-1-9747-3229-6
20 November 18, 2021[61]978-4-09-850729-0
21 March 17, 2022[62]978-4-09-850869-3
22 June 17, 2022[63]978-4-09-851146-4
23 October 18, 2022[20]978-4-09-851346-8

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced in Weekly Shōnen Sunday in September 2019.[64] The series was animated by Doga Kobo and directed by Mitsue Yamazaki, with Yoshiko Nakamura handling series composition and Ai Kikuchi designing the characters. Yukari Hashimoto composed the series' music.[65][66][67] The series ran for 12 episodes from October 6 to December 22, 2020 on TV Tokyo, AT-X, and BS TV Tokyo.[68][a] Inori Minase performed the opening theme "Kaimin! Anmin! Syalist Seikatsu" (快眠!安眠!スヤリスト生活, "Sleep! A Good Night's Sleep! Syalist Life"),[69][70] while ORESAMA performed the ending theme "Gimmme!".[71]

Funimation acquired the series and streamed it on its website in North America and the British Isles.[72] On February 21, 2021, Funimation announced the series would receive an English dub, with the first episode premiering the next day.[7] Following Sony's acquisition of Crunchyroll, the series was moved to Crunchyroll.[73] In Southeast Asia and South Asia, the anime is licensed by Muse Communication, and released on Bilibili in Southeast Asia.[74] The series premiered on Animax Asia on May 12, 2021.[75]

Episode list[edit]

No.Title [76][b]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [77][a]
1"Sleepless Princess of the Castle"
Transcription: "Nemurenu Shiro no Hime" (Japanese: 眠れぬ城の姫)
Mitsue Yamazaki[78]Yoshiko Nakamura[78]October 6, 2020 (2020-10-06)
2"The Princess and Furious Fluff"
Transcription: "Hime to Ikari no Mofumofu" (Japanese: 姫と怒りのモフモフ)
Sumie Noro[79]Yoshiko Nakamura[79]October 13, 2020 (2020-10-13)
3"The Princess and Forbidden Knowledge"
Transcription: "Hime to Kindan no Arekore" (Japanese: 姫と禁断の叡智)
Mariachi Hug Yu[80]Yoshiko Nakamura[80]October 20, 2020 (2020-10-20)
4"The Princess, Destruction, and a Short Journey"
Transcription: "Hime to Hakai to Chīsana Bōken" (Japanese: 姫と破壊と小さな冒険)
Geisei Morita[81]Michihiro Tsuchiya[81]October 27, 2020 (2020-10-27)
5"The Princess and Female Warriors"
Transcription: "Hime to Tatakau On'na-tachi" (Japanese: 姫と戦う女たち)
Sumie Noro, Takaharu Ōkuma[82]Yoshiko Nakamura[82]November 3, 2020 (2020-11-03)
6"The Princess' Unwavering Choice"
Transcription: "Hime no Mayoi Naki Sentaku" (Japanese: 姫の迷いなき選択)
Tatsuya Nokimori[83]Michihiro Tsuchiya[83]November 10, 2020 (2020-11-10)
7"Even More Sleepless Princess of the Castle"
Transcription: "Motto Nemurenu Shiro no Hime" (Japanese: もっと眠れぬ城の姫)
Yoshiyuki Shirahata, Mitsue Yamazaki, Sumie Noro[84]Yoshiko Nakamura[84]November 17, 2020 (2020-11-17)
8"The Princess and the Frightful Demon Nightmare"
Transcription: "Hime to Mazoku no Osorubeki Akumu" (Japanese: 姫と魔族の恐るべき悪夢)
Geisei Morita[85]Michihiro Tsuchiya[85]November 24, 2020 (2020-11-24)
9"The Princess and Hostage Training Week"
Transcription: "Hime to Hitojichi Kyōka Shūkan" (Japanese: 姫と人質強化週間)
Hitomi Ezoe[86]Michihiro Tsuchiya[86]December 1, 2020 (2020-12-01)
10"The Princess in Endopolis"
Transcription: "Hime to Owarino Shiti" (Japanese: 姫とオワリノシティ)
Tatsuya Nokimori[87]Yoshiko Nakamura[87]December 8, 2020 (2020-12-08)
11"The Princess and Troubling Dreams"
Transcription: "Hime no Nemurenai Yume" (Japanese: 姫の眠れない夢)
Sumie Noro[88]Michihiro Tsuchiya[88]December 15, 2020 (2020-12-15)[c]
12"Sleeping Princess of the Demon Castle"
Transcription: "Maōjō no Nemuri Hime" (Japanese: 魔王城の眠り姫)
Mitsue Yamazaki, Sumie Noro[91]Yoshiko Nakamura[91]December 22, 2020 (2020-12-22)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b TV Tokyo listed the series premiere at 26:00 on October 5, 2020, which is October 6 at 2:00 a.m.
  2. ^ All English titles are taken from Funimation.
  3. ^ This episode did not air on the scheduled date as TV Tokyo live broadcast the 2020 U.S. Women's Open, which was delayed due to heavy rain.[89] The episode was still released in time on streaming platforms and aired on TV Tokyo on December 22, 2020 alongside episode 12.[90]

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