The Demon Girl Next Door

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The Demon Girl Next Door
Machikado Mazoku volume 1 cover.jpg
Cover of Machikado Mazoku volume 1, featuring Shamiko (left) and Momo (right)
まちカドまぞく
(Machikado Mazoku)
GenreSupernatural[1]
Manga
Written byIzumo Itō
Published byHoubunsha
English publisher
MagazineManga Time Kirara Carat
DemographicSeinen
Original run2014 – present
Volumes6
Anime television series
Directed byHiroaki Sakurai
Written byKeiichirō Ōchi
Music byMiki Sakurai
StudioJ.C.Staff
Licensed by
Original networkTBS, BS-TBS
English network
Original run July 12, 2019 – present
Episodes18 (List of episodes)

The Demon Girl Next Door (Japanese: まちカドまぞく, Hepburn: Machikado Mazoku, lit. "Street Corner Demon") is a Japanese four-panel manga parody series by Izumo Itō, serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Carat since 2014. It has been collected in six tankōbon volumes.

An anime television series adaptation by J.C.Staff aired between July and September 2019. A second season premiered in April 2022.

Plot[edit]

One day, Yuko Yoshida wakes up with horns and a tail and learns that she is the descendant of a dark clan that was cursed into poverty by the opposing light clan. In order to restore her clan's honor, Yuko is tasked with defeating the town's local magical girl, Momo Chiyoda.

Characters[edit]

Yuko Yoshida (吉田 優子, Yoshida Yūko) / Shamiko (シャミ子)
Voiced by: Konomi Kohara[2] (Japanese); Monica Rial[3] (English)
A high school girl who one day awakens as a demon girl tasked with defeating a magical girl. Her full demon girl title is "Shadow Mistress Yuko", often shortened by others to "Shamiko". Despite her ancestry, she is physically weak. In times of danger, she can transform into a Crisis Management form which slightly improves her abilities.
Momo Chiyoda (千代田 桃, Chiyoda Momo)
Voiced by: Akari Kitō[2] (Japanese); Genevieve Simmons[3] (English)
A magical girl who attends Yuko's high school. Despite allegedly being among the weakest among her fellow magical girls, she possesses great physical strength even without transforming.
Lilith (リリス, Ririsu)
Voiced by: Minami Takahashi[2] (Japanese); Emily Neves[4] (English)
Yuko's ancestor, nicknamed Shamicen. She appears in Yuko's dreams and can receive offerings given to a statue that Yuko carries around. When a switch on the statue is flipped, she can take control of Yuko's body. She can also possess vessels that Momo creates, one of which is later enhanced with immortality by the Great White Snake so she can run errands for him.
Mikan Hinatsuki (陽夏木 ミカン, Hinatsuki Mikan)
Voiced by: Tomoyo Takayanagi[2] (Japanese); Christina Kelly[3] (English)
A magical girl who comes to the city to aid Momo after her powers dwindle. She is afflicted by a curse that causes others to experience calamities whenever she gets flustered. It's later revealed that the "curse" is a guardian spirit that attacks whenever it senses Mikan's heart racing, in a misguided attempt to protect her.
Anri Sata (佐田 杏里, Sata Anri)
Voiced by: Sayaka Senbongi[5] (Japanese); Luci Christian[3] (English)
Yuko's friend and classmate.
Sion Ogura (小倉 しおん, Ogura Shion)
Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa[5] (Japanese); Shanae'a Moore[3] (English)
Yuko's friend and classmate who loves the occult and is a member of the school's Black Magic Studies Club.
Ryoko Yoshida (吉田 良子, Yoshida Ryōko)
Voiced by: Hitomi Ōwada[5] (Japanese); Hilary Haag (English)[3] (English)
Yuko's younger sister who is in middle school.
Seiko Yoshida (吉田 清子, Yoshida Seiko)
Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara[5] (Japanese); Shelley Calene-Black[3] (English)
Yuko and Ryoko's mother.
Joshua (ヨシュア, Yoshua)
Voiced by: Hideyuki Umezu (Japanese); Mark Mendehlson (English)
Yuko and Ryoko's father. He uses the alias Taro Yoshida (吉田 太郎, Yoshida Tarō) in Japan, which was chosen because of the similarity of "Yoshida" to "Joshua". He also has a youthful appearance. He was sealed away inside a cardboard box by Sakura.
Sakura Chiyoda (千代田 桜, Chiyoda Sakura)
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto[6]
Momo's elder step-sister, who was the city's magical girl before her. She disappeared ten years ago after manipulating the seal on Yuko's family to ensure her good health.
Lico (リコ, Riko)
Voiced by: Ayasa Itō[7]
Asura's waitress and chef.
Shirosawa (白澤, Shirosawa)
Voiced by: Takashi Matsuyama[7]
A demon tapir (Hakutaku) who owned the coffee shop Asura. He also created Yuru-chara of the Tamasakura shopping street Tamasakura-chan (たまさくらちゃん, Tamasakurachan) by inspiration of Sakura's cat form.
Ugallu (ウガルル, Ugaruru)
Mikan's familiar, its name comes from Ugallu.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

The manga series began serialization in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat magazine in July 2014;[8] it has been compiled into six tankōbon volumes as of February 2021. Seven Seas Entertainment have licensed the series and will release it in digital and physical form.[9]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 November 27, 2015[10]978-4-8322-4639-3January 26, 2021[11]978-1-64827-118-2
2 October 27, 2016[10]978-4-8322-4760-4April 27, 2021[12]978-1-64827-119-9
3 September 27, 2017[10]978-4-8322-4875-5July 27, 2021[13]978-1-64827-269-1
4 October 25, 2018[10]978-4-8322-4988-2October 5, 2021[14]978-1-64827-369-8
5 June 27, 2019[10]978-4-8322-7102-9April 12, 2022[15]978-1-64827-797-9
6 February 25, 2021[10]978-4-8322-7251-4October 18, 2022[16]978-1-63858-618-0

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced in the March issue of Manga Time Kirara Carat on January 28, 2019.[17] The series is animated by J.C.Staff and directed by Hiroaki Sakurai, with Keiichirō Ōchi handling series composition, Mai Otsuka designing the characters, and Miki Sakurai composing the music.[18] The series aired on TBS and BS-TBS between July 12 and September 27, 2019.[19][2] The opening theme song is "Machikado Tangent" performed by Shami Momo (Konomi Kohara and Akari Kitō), while the ending theme song is "Yoimachi Cantare" performed by Coro Machikado (Kohara, Kitō, Minami Takahashi, and Tomoyo Takayanagi).[20] The series is licensed in English-speaking regions by Sentai Filmworks, who streamed the series on HiDive.[21]

A second season titled The Demon Girl Next Door 2-Chōme has been announced.[22][23] The main staff and cast members are returning to reprise their roles.[24] It premiered on April 8, 2022, on TBS and BS11.[25] The opening theme song is "Tokimeki Rendezvous" performed by Shami Momo, while the ending theme song is "Yoikagen Tetragon" performed by Coro Machikado.[7]

Episode list[edit]

Season 1[edit]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [26][27]Directed by [26]Written by [26]Storyboarded by [26]Original air date [28]
11"Yuko Awakens!! For Family Reasons You're Now a Demon Girl"
Transcription: "Yūko no Mezame!! Katei no Jijō de Kyō kara Mazoku" (Japanese: 優子の目覚め!! 家庭の事情で今日から魔族)
Nana HaradaKeiichirō ŌchiHiroaki SakuraiJuly 12, 2019 (2019-07-12)[a]
Following a strange dream, Yuko Yoshida wakes up to find she has grown demon horns and a tail. Her mother Seiko reveals that their family are the descendants of a dark clan who live in poverty because of the opposing light clan, stating that it is Yuko's mission to defeat a magical girl to restore the clan's glory. On her way to school that day, Yuko is saved from an oncoming truck by the very magical girl she is tasked with defeating. The next day, Yuko discovers that the magical girl in question, Momo Chiyoda, is a student at her school, leading to an unsuccessful attempt at defeating her.
22"Just How Sporty Are You?! Everything is Fluctuating"
Transcription: "Supokon Desu ka!? Bambutsu wa Ruten Suru" (Japanese: スポ根ですか!? 万物は流転する)
Hideki OkamotoKeiichirō ŌchiHideki OkamotoJuly 19, 2019 (2019-07-19)
Yuko challenges Momo to a battle during the weekend, which ends up turning into an all-day running session. As Yuko ends up having to borrow money from Momo to take the train home, she ends up having to postpone their battle until she can pay her back so as to not spend her whole allowance. However, her friends end up coercing her into spending her money on udon. Meanwhile, another demon girl prepares to set Yuko back on the right path.
33"Nightmare or Forebear?! The Doorstop of Darkness Descends"
Transcription: "Akumu ka Kichimu ka!? Yami no Doasutoppā-san Kōrin" (Japanese: 悪夢か吉夢か!? 闇のドアストッパーさん降臨)
Shigeki AwaiKeiichirō ŌchiWakōdo Takahashi
Hiroaki Sakurai
July 26, 2019 (2019-07-26)
Yuko's demon ancestor Lilith appears in her dream to give her some advice, only for her to forget everything she said when she wakes up. Later, Yuko tries to come up with a projectile weapon to use against Momo, which leads to Momo herself teaching her how to use a magic wand.
44"Sharpen Your Mind!! The Newly Awakened Powers of the Magical Girl"
Transcription: "Kokoro Togisumase!! Mahō Shōjo no Arata Naru Chikara" (Japanese: 心研ぎ澄ませ!! 魔法少女の新たなる力)
Kōhei HatanoKeiichirō ŌchiKōhei HatanoAugust 2, 2019 (2019-08-02)
Momo discovers a switch on the bottom of the statue that Yuko carries around which, upon being flipped, gives Lilith the opportunity to possess Yuko's body. However, Lilith finds that Yuko's body is way too weak to take on Momo. Ending up in further debt to Momo as a result, Yuko takes up a part-time job selling weiners to pay her back, during which Momo transforms in order to save some weiners that Yuko dropped.
55"A Town Full of Traps?? The Demon on the Brink Awakens a New Ability"
Transcription: "Chōnai wa Wana Darake?? Gakeppuchi Mazoku no Arata Naru Nōryoku" (Japanese: 町内は罠だらけ?? 崖っぷちまぞくの新たなる能力)
Miyuki IshidaSayuri ŌbaAkitaro DaichiAugust 9, 2019 (2019-08-09)[b]
Momo accompanies Yuko as she goes shopping with her little sister, Ryoko, using the money she was going to pay off her debt with to buy her a camera. The next day, Yuko is tasked with keeping Momo's laptop safe until she can deliver it to Ryoko. Faced with getting past a dog, Yuko obtains a new Crisis Management transformation that ultimately proves to be pointless.
66"Courage to Face the Future!! The Heavy Roller Won't Stop"
Transcription: "Asu e no Ketsui!! Omoi Kondara Tomaranai" (Japanese: あすへの決意!! 重いコンダラ止まらない)
Fumihiro UenoKeiichirō ŌchiTaiichi OikawaAugust 16, 2019 (2019-08-16)[c]
Lilith sends Yuko into Momo's subconscious, where she ends up tidying the dark muck surrounding her dreams. The next day, Momo comes down with a fever, so Yuko takes her back to her house to take care of her. When Yuko wipes some blood off of Momo's wrist and brings it home, she unknowingly breaks a seal on her house, giving Lilith the ability to speak through her statue. Losing some of her magical power as a result, Momo requests that Yuko help her protect the city.
77"The Pink Method!! The Wheel of Fate is a Round Tire!!"
Transcription: "Momoiro Mesoddo!! Marui Taiya wa Unmei no Wa!!" (Japanese: 桃色メソッド!! 丸いタイヤは運命の輪!!)
Yoshiyuki NogamiKeiichirō ŌchiIku SuzukiAugust 23, 2019 (2019-08-23)
Discovering that Yuko's actions have lifted the curse limiting their family to a tight monthly budget, the Yoshida family celebrate by holding an okonomiyaki party, only to find their fridge has broken down following a brief power cut. After recovering from her cold, Momo starts training Yuko to become stronger. Later, as Yuko takes on another part-time job as a character mascot, she ends up meeting another magical girl.
88"The Cursed Fruit!! Beware the Sour Mikan!!"
Transcription: "Norowareta Kajitsu!! Suppai Mikan ni Goyōjin!!" (Japanese: 呪われた果実!! すっぱいミカンにご用心!!)
Hideki OkamotoSayuri ŌbaHideki OkamotoAugust 30, 2019 (2019-08-30)[b]
The magical girl, Mikan Hinatsuki, is called by Momo to assist her with Yuko's training. As Mikan makes plans to transfer to Yuko's school, it is revealed that she possesses a curse that causes misfortune on people around her whenever she gets flustered. Later, as Yuko begins training to use her Crisis Management form at will, she learns from Mikan that magical girls disappear if they use up all of their magic.
99"Final Exams!! Today I'm One of Those Brainy Demons!!"
Transcription: "Kimatsu Tesuto!! Kyō no Watashi wa Zunōha Mazoku!!" (Japanese: 期末テスト!! 今日の私は頭脳派まぞく!!)
Naoki MurataKeiichirō ŌchiAkitaro DaichiSeptember 6, 2019 (2019-09-06)[b]
Wanting Momo to take her more seriously, Yuko proposes a friendly duel to determine who can score best on history during the final exams. Lilith offers to help Yuko cheat by giving her answer telepathically during the test, but Yuko ends up deciding against it, resulting in a fair and square loss. On another day, Mikan invites Yuko to see a horror movie with her to help her control her curse.
1010"The Ancestor Evolves!! A Pair of Glasses Reflect Within a Dark Lab"
Transcription: "Gosenzo wa Shinka Suru!! Megane ga Utsusu Ankoku Bushitsu" (Japanese: ご先祖は進化する!! メガネが映す暗黒部室)
Miyuki IshidaSayuri ŌbaTatsuo SatōSeptember 13, 2019 (2019-09-13)[d]
Yuko's occult-obsessed classmate, Sion Ogura, brings her and Momo to the Black Magic Studies Lab to try some experiments on Lilith's statue. With Momo's help, they create a small doll to serve as a temporary vessel for Lilith, albeit one that Momo can remotely control. Later, Ryo comes with Yuko to Momo's place, believing that Momo and Mikan have become Yuko's subordinates.
1111"Diving into Dreams Once Again!! Break Through the Pink Defense Line"
Transcription: "Yume Dorīmu Futatabi!! Momoiro Bōeisen o Toppa Seyo" (Japanese: 夢ドリーム再び!! 桃色防衛線を突破せよ)
Nanako ShimazakiKeiichirō ŌchiNanako ShimazakiSeptember 20, 2019 (2019-09-20)[b]
Wanting to get Momo to open up to her, Yuko once again dives into her dream, but this time has to break through her outer defenses. Getting inside and meeting with Momo, who is fully aware, Yuko learns there is apparently a secret pertaining to her father in her house. After they both wake up, Seiko explains to them how Momo's sister Sakura interfered with the curse on their family to ensure Yuko would grow up healthy. She then reveals that Sakura sealed Yuko's father Joshua inside a cardboard box before disappearing ten years ago, leaving Momo conflicted.
1212"Feelings to Convey!! A New Leap Forward for Demonkind!!"
Transcription: "Tsutaetai Omoi!! Mazoku Arata Naru Ippo!!" (Japanese: 伝えたい想い!! まぞく新たなる一歩!!)
Yoshiyuki Nogami
Miyuki Ishida
Keiichirō ŌchiHiroaki SakuraiSeptember 27, 2019 (2019-09-27)[e]
Chasing after Momo after she runs off, Yuko proposes that she quit being a magical girl and become her vassal so she can search for Sakura. Deducing that she would become weaker as a result, Momo rejects the deal in favor of having Yuko help her search for Sakura, stating that she will only become Yuko's vassal if she can defeat her.
Season 2[edit]
No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [30][31]Directed by [30]Written by [30]Storyboarded by [30]Original air date [32]
131"Yet Another Showdown! The Magical Girl has a Brand New Appearance?!"
Transcription: "Taiketsu Futatabi! Mahō Shōjo no Arata Naru Sugata!?" (Japanese: 対決ふたたび!魔法少女の新たなる姿!?)
Makoto SokuzaKeiichirō ŌchiHiroaki SakuraiApril 8, 2022 (2022-04-08)[f]
Yuko writes Momo a letter challenging her to duel at the start of summer vacation, which Momo interprets as her wanting to hang out, leading to a confusing day out until the misunderstanding is cleared. Later, Mikan moves into Yuko's apartment complex, prompting Momo to do the same, after which everyone has a sukiyaki party.
142"Urban Exploration! The Troubled Mikan and the Excited Demon"
Transcription: "Haikyo Sōsaku! Wakeari Mikan to Wakuwaku Mazoku" (Japanese: 廃墟捜索!わけありみかんとわくわくまぞく)
Akira Tanaka
Yoshiyuki Nogami
Keiichirō ŌchiHideki OkamotoApril 15, 2022 (2022-04-15)
Upon learning that the box Joshua was sealed in came from one of Mikan's old factories, Yuko, Momo and Mikan investigate the old warehouse, which had previously been destroyed by Sakura. After hearing from Mikan about how she and Momo first met, Yuko hears a mysterious voice and discovers a magic wand, which mysteriously turns into a fork upon touching it. Seiko reveals that this "whatchamacallit rod", which once belonged to Joshua, has the power to transform into any tool or weapon its user can think of.
153"The Dark Witch Returns! With Steam From Hell!"
Transcription: "Yami no Majo Futatabi! Yukemuri Furomu Heru!" (Japanese: 闇の魔女ふたたび!湯けむりフロムヘル!)
Naoki HoriuchiSayuri ŌbaKōhei HatanoApril 22, 2022 (2022-04-22)
After Momo sets up internet in her household, Yuko signs up to a social media site and tries to find out what Momo's username is. Later, Momo allows Lilith to take over Yuko's body for a day at the health spa, discovering that she's afraid the dark.
164"A New Species Discovered! The Town Café is a Demon Lair!"
Transcription: "Shinshu Hakken! Machi no Kissa wa Mazoku no Sōkutsu!" (Japanese: 新種発見!町の喫茶はまぞくの巣窟!)
Shigeru FukaseSayuri ŌbaShinji ItadakiApril 29, 2022 (2022-04-29)
Following a tip from Anri on where to find other demons who may know about Sakura, Yuko comes across Café Asura run by Shirosawa the tapir demon and Lico the Huli jing fox, who coerce her into working part-time for them. Noticing Yuko acting strangely and repeatedly forgetting about her mission, Momo, Mikan and Lilith take down the magical barrier surrounding the café so they can confront the owners and rescue Yuko. There, they discover that Yuko's drowsiness and lapse in memory was the result of her eating excessive amounts of Lico's enchanted food, an aftereffect Shirosawa himself was unaware of.
175"Raid! The Pink Plan to Retake Shamiko!"
Transcription: "Kachikome! Momoiro no Shamiko Dakkan Sakusen!" (Japanese: かちこめ!桃色のシャミ子奪還作戦!)
Makoto SokuzaKeiichirō ŌchiIku SuzukiMay 6, 2022 (2022-05-06)
Shirosawa visits Yuko and the others and tells them that the last time he saw Sakura was ten years ago, when she left Lico in her care. He also reveals that a mascot character he designed was based on a cat spirit he saw ten years ago. This is deduced by Ryou to be Sakura's core, which is backed up by Seiko revealing that Yuko once told her about seeing a cat when she was hospitalised at that time. Using her power to dive into her own memories of ten years ago, Yuko is chased by bad memories and loses contact with Lilith before being saved by none other than Sakura herself.
186"Vow Under the Setting Sun! The Path Forward for Demonkind"
Transcription: "Yūhi no Chikai! Mazoku-tachi no Susumu Michi" (Japanese: 夕日の誓い!まぞくたちの進む道)
Yoshiyuki NogamiKeiichirō ŌchiHideki OkamotoMay 13, 2022 (2022-05-13)
Sakura reveals that she gave her core to Yuko in order to sustain her life, encouraging Yuko to become stronger so that she will no longer need to rely on it. After Sakura disappears from expending her stored up energy, Yuko is rescued by Momo, who had temporarily turned over to the dark side so she could enter Yuko's memories and bring her back to the real world. Reassured that her sister is inside Yuko, Momo decides on a new goal to make Yuko happy, choosing to help Yuko fulfil her promise to Sakura to help protect the town.
197"A Short Break!! The Demonic Summer Festival"
Transcription: "Hitotoki no Kyūka!! Mazoku no Natsumatsuri" (Japanese: ひと時の休暇!!まぞくの夏祭り)
TBATBATBAMay 27, 2022 (2022-05-27)[g]

Video games[edit]

In 2019, characters from the series appear alongside other Manga Time Kirara characters in the mobile RPG, Kirara Fantasia.[35][36] In 2020, characters and songs from the series appeared in collaboration with Pony Canyon's mobile music game Re:Stage! Prism Step[37][38] and Sega's arcade music game Ongeki.[39]

Reception[edit]

Gadget Tsūshin listed "Crisis Management!" and "Shamiko is a bad girl" in their 2019 anime buzzwords list.[40] Lynzee Loveridge and Kim Morrissy stated that the latter is technically a misquotation in spite of Momo's attitude towards Shamiko.[40]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode was pre-screened on July 5, 2019.[29]
  2. ^ a b c d This episode aired at 1:30 a.m. JST, 2 minutes after the original air time on TBS.
  3. ^ This episode aired at 1:50 a.m. JST, 22 minutes after the original air time on TBS.
  4. ^ This episode aired at 1:43 a.m. JST, 15 minutes after the original air time on TBS.
  5. ^ This episode aired at 1:33 a.m. JST, 5 minutes after the original air time on TBS.
  6. ^ This episode was pre-screened on March 12, 2022.[33]
  7. ^ This episode was originally scheduled to air on May 20, 2022, but it was delayed to May 27, 2022.[34]

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