Yuri Seijin Naoko-san

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Yuri Seijin Naoko-san
Genre Comedy, Yuri
Written by Kashmir
Published by ASCII Media Works
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run May 2005 – present
Volumes 4
Original video animation
Directed by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Written by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Studio Ufotable
Released December 18, 2010
Runtime 6 minutes
Original video animation
Directed by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Written by Tetsuya Takeuchi
Studio Ufotable
Released February 15, 2012
Runtime 30 minutes
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Yuri Seijin Naoko-san (百合星人ナオコサン, lit. Yuri Alien Naoko-san) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kashmir. The manga began serialization in the May 2005 issue of ASCII Media Works' monthly shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Daioh. A six-minute OVA adaptation by ufotable was released on December 18, 2010,[1] followed by a thirty-minute OVA released in February 2012.[2]


A girl named Misuzu rushes home in order to see her elder sister, Naoko. When she arrives there, however, she finds her sister has been replaced by a self-proclaimed yurian named Naoko who seeks to conquer the world by 'yurifying' it.


Naoko-san (ナオコサン)
Voiced by: Satomi Arai
An alien who comes from the Planet Yuri and takes the place of Misuzu's sister. She appears to have a thing for little girls.
Misuzu (みすず)
Voiced by: Akari Harashima
A shy human girl whom Naoko comes into contact with.
Ryōta (涼太)
Voiced by: Yukari Kokubun
Misuzu's little brother, who is often commanded to do weird things by Naoko.
Hii-chan (柊ちゃん)
Voiced by: Ai Nonaka
Naoko's best friend, who wears glasses. She appears to have a deranged crush on Misuzu.
Aya-chan (彩ちゃん)
Mother (お母さん, Okā-san)
Voiced by: Kumi Kawai
Misuzu and Ryota's mother.
Ayako-san (アヤコサン)
Another alien who is obsessed with yaoi.
Jashin-san (邪神ちゃん)
Naoko (奈緒子)
Voiced by: Satomi Moriya
Misuzu's older sister who is strangely absent due to some reason.
Train Alien (ちかん星人, Chikan Seijin)
Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki



The original manga by Kashmir began serialisation in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Daioh magazine from May 2005. The first tankōbon volume of the manga was released on December 9, 2006,[3]and four volumes have been released as of March 27, 2013.[4]


Two original video animation adaptations of the manga have been produced by Ufotable. The first one was six-minutes in length and was released on December 12, 2008. A second thirty-minute OVA was released on February 15, 2012, as part of an Anime Bunko lineup alongside adaptations of Gyo and Minori Scramble!.[5] The opening theme is "Yuri Seijin Naoko-san" (百合星人ナオコサン) by MOSAIC.WAV, whilst the ending theme is "Photon Belt Tourist Hotel" (フォトンベルト観光ホテル, Foton Beruto Kankō Hoteru) by MOSAIC.WAV.


  1. ^ "Yuri Seijin Naoko-san Manga Gets Anime". Anime News Network. September 24, 2010. Retrieved September 24, 2010. 
  2. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-01-02/gyo-minori-scramble-naoko-san-anime-ads-streamed
  3. ^ 百合星人ナオコサン(1) (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  4. ^ 百合星人ナオコサン(4) (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved October 20, 2013. 
  5. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2011-08-23/naoko-san-minori-scramble-gyo-anime-releases-slated

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