Nobunaga The Fool (TV)

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Alternative title:
ノブナガ・ザ・フール (Japanese)
노부나가 더 풀 (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: The planets of the East and the West were once connected by the Ama-no-Hashidate. The culture that built it was destroyed countless years ago, and the two planets have had separate histories ever since. On the Western planet, ancient culture is experiencing a renaissance after a long period of war. Jeanne Kaguya D'Arc, a girl from the Western Planet, was prophesied to be the Savior of the World at her birth. With Leonard Da Vinci, she lands on the Eastern Planet, where Nobunaga "the Fool" longs for the power to change the world, as his planet is still locked in a war where many heroes vie for supremacy. When these two people meet, the culture of both worlds will be transformed.
User Ratings: 134 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Excellent: 7 votes (sub:6, others:1
1 Arabic subtitled
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 Very good: 17 votes (sub:17)
 Good: 19 votes (sub:19)
 Decent: 31 votes (sub:30, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
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 Not really good: 15 votes (sub:15)
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 Awful: 2 votes (sub:2)
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Seen in part or in whole by 319 users, rank: #2181 (of 6085)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.791 (Decent−), std. dev.: 2.0555, rank: #4801 (of 6077)
Weighted mean: 5.677 (Decent−), rank: #4953 (of 6077) (seen all: 6.07 / seen some: 6.60 / won't finish: 3.56)
Bayesian estimate: 5.841 (Decent), rank: #4136 (of 4580)
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 24
Episode titles: We have 24
Vintage: 2014-01-05
Opening Theme:
#1: "FOOL THE WORLD" by Minori Chihara
#2: "Breakthrough" by JAM Project
Ending Theme:
#1: "AXIS" by STEREO DIVE FOUNDATION
#2: "RAN" (蘭; Orchid) by ASUKA
Insert song:
"Maverick ~Kakusei sareshi Kemono~" (The awaking Beast) by JAM Project (ep 7)
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Eiichi Sato
Series Composition: Shoji Kawamori
Original creator: Shoji Kawamori
Original Character Design: Yone Kazuki
Character Design: Hirotaka Marufuji
Producer:
Hiroki Kitayoshi
Kazuo Ōnuki
Kohei Tokura
Manami Watanabe
Masako Iwamoto (Satelight)
Shō Tanaka (Kadokawa Media Factory)
Takema Okamura (SOTSU CO., LTD.)
Yoshikazu Kuretani (TV Tokyo)

Main Mecha Design: Shoji Kawamori
Theme Song Performance:
JAM Project
Minori Chihara (OP)
STEREO DIVE FOUNDATION (ED)
Animation Production: Satelight
Broadcaster:
AT-X (2014-01-10)
TV Aichi (2014-01-06)
TV Hokkaido (2014-01-07)
TV Osaka (2014-01-06)
TV Setouchi (2014-01-08)
TV Tokyo (2014-01-05)
TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (2014-01-09)
Key Animation:
Art Base Ban (ep 19)
HEBARAKI (ep 5)
J-Cube (ep 4)
Jumondo (ep 4)
MK Seoul (eps 2-3)
PEACE (ep 5)
Studio Mark (ep 5)
Studio Neun (ep 4)
Studio Wanpack (eps 2, 5, 17)
Synod (ep 4)
Monitor Graphics: T2 Studio
Photography: T2 Studio
VTR Editing: Imagica
Japanese cast
Mamoru Miyano as Oda Nobunaga

Aya Endo as Niccolò Machiavelli
Haruka Ishida as Bianchi
Hiro Shimono as Marcus Iunius Brutus
Hiroki Nanami as Uesugi Kenshin
Hiroshi Yanaka as Oda Nobuhide
Ibuki Kido as Nell
Kaito Ishikawa as Charlemagne
Kazuya Nakai as Alexander
Keisuke Oda as Arthur
Minori Chihara as Ichihime
Nao Tōyama as Himiko
Nobunaga Shimazaki as Oda Nobukatsu
Rikiya Koyama as Takeda Shingen
Sayaka Ohara as Hannibal Barca
Takahiro Fujiwara as Chandragupta
Takahiro Sakurai as Akechi Mitsuhide
Takayuki Kondou as Cesare Borgia
Tomokazu Sugita as Leonardo da Vinci
Yōko Hikasa as Jeanne Kaguya d'Arc
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Magellan
Yūichi Nakamura as Gaius Julius Caesar
Yuuki Kaji as Toyotomi Hideyoshi

Anri Tachibana as Child(ep 4)
Ayaka Suwa as
Operator A(ep 18)
Otama(ep 3)
Chika Anzai as Kagome(ep 19)
Haruka Ishida as Boy(ep 10)
Haruki Ishiya as Kenshin's Vasall(ep 8)
Haruo Yamagishi as
Adult(ep 4)
Oda's Vasall C
Soldier(ep 5)
Hiromichi Tezuka as Spy(ep 18)
Hironori Saitō as
Oda's Vasall E(ep 7)
Pilot(ep 10)
Voice A(ep 19)
Inori Minase as
Chibihane
Toku
Itaru Yamamoto as
Artillery Leader(ep 11)
Confidant of Shingen's side(ep 8)
Dragon's breath A(ep 19)
Dragon's voice A(ep 20)
Soldier B(ep 15)
Spy(ep 10)
Junichi Yanagita as Uno-Pilot(eps 1-2)
Karin Nanami as Chacha
Kengo Kawanishi as Domrémy Village Child A(ep 15)
Kenta Matsumoto as Voice C(ep 19)
Kenta Sasa as Oda's Vassal A
Kiyono Yasuno as Asahi(ep 19)
Kōichi Sōma as Flight controller A(10)
Makoto Furukawa as Gilles
Mariko Takahashi as Dragon's breath B(ep 19)
Masashi Nogawa as Oda's Vasall D(eps 7, 19)
Megumi Han as Kichō
Ryōsuke Kanemoto as
Oda's Vassal B
Samurai-General(ep 20)
Soldiers(ep 17)
Village Adult(ep 15)
Ryoukichi Takahashi as
Oda's Vasall D(eps 6, 12)
Takeda's spy(ep 4)
Ryūnosuke Watanuki as Radio operator(ep 21)
Shinobu Matsumoto as
Hayashi Hidesada
Operator B(ep 18)
Soldier A(ep 15)
Shizuka Ishigami as
Kitsuno
Operator(ep 2)
Operator C(ep 1)
Soldier D(ep 15)
Shuuichi Nishitani as Voice B(ep 19)
Sora Amamiya as Operator B(ep 1)
Taishi Murata as
Co-Pilot(ep 10)
Domrémy Village Child B(ep 15)
Due-Pilot(eps 1-2)
Takahiro Fujiwara as Samurai-General(ep 1)
Takahiro Hikami as Flight Controller C(10)
Tomo Muranaka as Operator A(ep 1)
Toru Ohkawa as Mitsutsuna(ep 22)
Yasuhiro Mamiya as Shibata Katsuie
Yui Umemura as Hatsu
Yuka Iguchi as Dorée
Yuka Keichō as
Bridge Operator A(ep 1)
Flight controller B(ep 10)
Soldier C(ep 15)
Yūki Matsumoto as
Dragon's voice B(ep 20)
Operator C(ep 18)
Yumi Kakazu as Hiraga Gennai
Yumi Uchiyama as Oda Nobunaga(child)
English staff
English cast
Translation: Jackie McClure
Executive producer:
Eiichi Takahashi
John Ledford
Media Coordinator: Janice Williams
Production manager: Joey Goubeaud
Subtitle Formatting: Holly Dorsett
Technical Assistant: Michael Olesch
(none)
English companies
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll
The Anime Network
Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks
Production: Seraphim Digital
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