Fushigi Yugi (TV)

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© 1995 YU WATASE/ SHOGAKUKAN. TV TOKYO. STUDIO PIERROT


Alternative title:
Curious Play
El Juego Misterioso Fushigi Yugi (Spanish)
Fushigi Yûgi - The Mysterious Play
Fushigi Yugi-Ang Misteryosong Laro (Tagalog)
Fushigi Yuugi - O Jogo Misterioso (Portuguese)
Mysterious Play
Tajemnica Przeszłości (Polish)
Таинственная игра (Russian)
السراب (Arabic)
ふしぎ遊戯 (Japanese)
판타스틱 게임 (Korean)
환상게임 (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Miaka Yūki, an average middle school student caught up in studying for exams, is sucked into an ancient Chinese novel titled "The Universe of Four Gods". There she discovers that she is in an ancient country in what is now China, Konan, and is to be the Priestess of one of the four gods, Suzaku. As the priestess, her duty is to gather the Seven Seishi of Suzaku, who are to be her protectors. Once they are gathered, the priestess will summon the god Suzaku and bring peace between the warring lands, Konan and Kutou. But it's harder than it seems. Along the road, many hardships are faced, as Miaka's best friend Yui Hongo enters the book and becomes her rival, the priestess of Seiryuu in the land of Kutou. Who summons their god first is up to the courage and skill of the priestesses and their seishi, as they meet triumphs and tragedies along the way.
User Ratings: 1960 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 289 votes (sub:189, dub:92, edit.dub:3, ?:2, raw:1, others:2
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Excellent: 410 votes (sub:269, dub:121, raw:5, ?:5, edit.dub:3, others:7
2 French subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Korean subtitled
1 Polish dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
)
 Very good: 437 votes (sub:295, dub:119, ?:9, raw:3, edit.dub:1, others:10
2 Tagalog dubbed
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese edited dub
1 Polish edited dub
1 Polish dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
)
 Good: 373 votes (sub:247, dub:106, raw:3, ?:3, edit.dub:2, others:12
3 Tagalog dubbed
2 French subtitled
2 Russian subtitled
1 Tagalog subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Catalan dubbed
)
 Decent: 200 votes (sub:147, dub:46, ?:2, others:5
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 Russian dubbed
1 Russian subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 So-so: 93 votes (sub:63, dub:25, raw:1, edit.dub:1, others:3
1 Chinese mandarin subtitled
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Not really good: 58 votes (sub:42, dub:12, raw:1, edit.dub:1, ?:1, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
)
 Weak: 52 votes (sub:37, dub:13, others:2
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
)
 Bad: 20 votes (sub:13, dub:6, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Awful: 9 votes (sub:5, dub:4)
 Worst ever: 19 votes (sub:12, dub:4, ?:1, others:2
1 Polish edited dub
1 Spanish dubbed
)
Seen in part or in whole by 4775 users, rank: #155 (of 6324)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.545 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.9918, rank: #1183 (of 6329)
Weighted mean: 7.427 (Good+), rank: #1275 (of 6329) (seen all: 7.71 / seen some: 6.70 / won't finish: 4.62)
Bayesian estimate: 7.427 (Good+), rank: #1065 (of 4832)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage:
1995-04-06 to 1996-03-28
2002-07-24 to 2002-12-02 (K3 - Televisió de Catalunya)
2008 (Canal Panda - Portugal)
2008-12-16 to 2009-02-25 (Philippines, Re-broadcast on TV5)
2010-03-15 (Middle East - spacepower)
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Itōshii Hito no Tame ni (いとおしい人のために; For My Darling)" by Akemi Satou
Ending Theme:
#1: "Tokimeki no Doukasen (ときめきの導火線;Fuse of Excitement)" by Yukari Konno (eps 1-32,34-51)
#2: "Kaze no Uta (風の旋律;Song of the Wind)" by Chika Sakamoto (ep 33)
#3: "for Epilogue…" by Yukari Konno & Akemi Satou (ep 52)
Insert song:
"Akai Iitsutae (紅い伝承;Crimson Legend Passed Down)" by Tomoko Kawakami (ep 43)
"Wakatteita Hazu (I Should Have Known;わかっていたはず)" by Akemi Satō
"Winner" by Yukari Konno
Official website:
Links: We have 10
Trivia: We have 5
Comment:
On the series initial U.S. release, the subtitled version retained its original title while the dubbed version was labeled Mysterious Play. The DVD release is simply titled Fushigi Yugi.
Reviews:
Fushigi Yuugi DVD 2 (Jan 24, 2005)
Mysterious Play VHS (Jan 1, 1970)
Mysterious Play VHS 7 (Jan 1, 1970)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Fushigi Yûgi - Box Set 1: Suzaku (DVD) 1999-11-30
    Fushigi Yûgi - Box Set 2: Seiryu (DVD) 2000-12-12
    Fushigi Yugi - Season One Boxset (DVD) 2012-06-12 (from $29.99)
    Fushigi Yugi - Season Two Boxset (DVD) 2013-02-12 (from $19.94)
    Fushigi Yugi - TV Collection (DVD) 2015-04-28 (from $52.49)
    Fushigi Yûgi - Stranded in Ancient China (DVD 1) 2004-07-27 (from $9.95)
    Fushigi Yûgi - The Return Home (DVD 2) 2004-09-28
    Fushigi Yûgi - Trials of a Priestess (DVD 3) 2004-11-30 (from $8.43)
    Fushigi Yûgi - Summoning Suzaku (DVD 4) 2005-01-11 (from $3.99)
    Fushigi Yûgi - The Resolve of the Dying (DVD 5) 2005-03-15 (from $6.98)
    Fushigi Yûgi - Illusions of Love (DVD 6) 2005-05-17
    Fushigi Yûgi - Summoning Seiryu (DVD 7) 2005-07-19 (from $3.99)
    Fushigi Yûgi - War in Streets of Tokyo (DVD 8) 2005-09-20
VHS
    Mysterious Play - Goobye Tamahome (Dub.VHS 7) 1999-06-29 (from $0.01)
    Mysterious Play - Box Set 2 (Dub.VHS 9-16) 2001-08-21 (from $29.00)
    Fushigi Yûgi - Box Set 2 (Sub.VHS 9-16) 2001-08-21

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Hajime Kamegaki
Series Composition: Yoshio Urasawa
Storyboard:
Akira Shigino (eps 3, 8, 13)
Go Sakamoto (eps 6, 10)
Hajime Kamegaki (9 episodes
eps 1, 7, 14, 20, 27, 33, 42, 51-52
)

Kyuuzou Gondawara (eps 34, 41)
Nanako Shimazaki (ep 40)
Osamu Nabeshima (6 episodes
eps 9, 16, 22, 30, 39, 48
)

Satoshi Saga (ep 26)
Shigeto Makino (5 episodes
eps 19, 21, 31, 37, 49
)

Shinya Sadamitsu (5 episodes
eps 12, 35, 43, 46, 50
)

Susumu Nishizawa (10 episodes
eps 4, 11, 15, 17, 23, 29, 32, 38, 44, 47
)

Takaaki Ishiyama (ep 25)
Yoshihiro Oda (4 episodes
eps 18, 24, 36, 45
)

Yumekichi Minatoya (ep 2)
Episode Director:
Akira Shigino (ep 3)
Hajime Kamegaki (10 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 14, 20, 27, 33, 42, 51-52
)

Keitaro Motonaga (eps 12, 15)
Mayumi Hirota (eps 8, 13)
Nanako Shimazaki (eps 5, 32, 40)
Osamu Nabeshima (6 episodes
eps 9, 16, 22, 30, 39, 48
)

Satoshi Saga (ep 26)
Shigeto Makino (4 episodes
eps 21, 31, 37, 49
)

Shinya Sadamitsu (5 episodes
eps 6, 35, 43, 46, 50
)

Susumu Nishizawa (7 episodes
eps 11, 17, 23, 29, 38, 44, 47
)

Tatsuya Ishihara (ep 19)
Toshiya Shinohara (ep 10)
Yasuhiro Kuroda (eps 25, 34, 41)
Yoshihiro Oda (4 episodes
eps 18, 24, 36, 45
)

Yumekichi Minatoya (ep 2)
Original Manga: Yuu Watase
Character Design: Hideyuki Motohashi
Animation Director:
Hideyuki Motohashi
Hiroki Kanno (eps 5, 12)
Hiroshi Osaka (ep 19)
Hisatoshi Motoki (9 episodes
eps 2, 6, 10, 13, 18, 32, 37, 43, 50
)

Kenichi Shimizu (ep 26)
Mamoru Sasaki (ep 40)
Masahiro Koyama (eps 25, 34, 41)
Masao Nakata (eps 24, 36, 45)
Matsuri Okuda (ep 44)
Mayumi Hirota (eps 3, 8)
Minoru Yamazawa (6 episodes
eps 15, 21, 31, 35, 46, 49
)

Umetaro Saitani (ep 19)
Yoshinori Tokiya (6 episodes
eps 9, 16, 22, 30, 39, 48
)

Director of Photography: Masahide Okino
Art Supervision: Yuji Ikeda
Color Coordination: Mika Iwami
Color design: Mika Iwami
Ending Illustrations: Yuu Watase
Key Animation:
Masahiro Neriki (ep 52)
Satoshi Shigeta (ep 52)
Yoshinori Kanada (eps 9, 14)
Music Artist: Yusuke Honma
Music producer: Akihiko Fujita
Production Advancement:
Hideo Noda (eps 26, 52)
Kazuaki Shishido (eps 26, 52)
Kazuyoshi Ozawa (7 episodes
eps 26, 31, 41, 45, 49, 51-52
)

Maki Yazawa (9 episodes
eps 3, 6, 18, 24, 34, 36, 43, 50, 52
)

Makoto Takahashi (18 episodes
eps 11, 14, 16-17, 22-23, 27, 29-30, 33, 38-39, 42, 44, 47-48, 51-52
)

Masashi Atami (eps 5, 52)
Tae Takahashi (4 episodes
eps 25, 34, 41, 52
)

Takashi Watabe (eps 2, 52)
Takayuki Shimizu (8 episodes
eps 12, 15, 21, 32, 37, 40, 46, 52
)

Tatsuya Fujii (5 episodes
eps 2, 8, 10, 13, 52
)

Tetsuya Hayasaka (eps 3, 52)
Toshihiro Yoshida (eps 26, 52)
Yoshinori Miyake (eps 3, 52)
Production manager:
Koichi Mikami
Koichi Miue
Nagaharu Ohashi (ep 19)
Publicity:
Aya Jingu (TV Tokyo; eps 42-51)
Reiko Monji (TV Tokyo; eps 1-41)
Series Structure: Yoshio Urasawa
Sound Design:
Masato Muto (Seion Studio)
Ryo Narikiyo (Seion Studio)
Sound Effect Director: Katsunori Shimizu
Sound Effects: Toru Noguchi
Special Thanks To:
Tomoko Hikosaka
Yuji Hosokawa
Theme Song Arrangement: Tatsumi Yano (OP)
Theme Song Composition: Chiho Kiyooka (OP)
Theme Song Lyrics: Kumiko Aoki (OP)
Theme Song Performance:
Akemi Satoh (OP & ED; ep 52)
Chika Sakamoto (ED; ep 33)
Yukari Konno (ED)
Hikaru Midorikawa as Tamahome
Kae Araki as Miaka Yūki

Chika Sakamoto as Nuriko
Kouji Ishii as Mitsukake
Nobutoshi Hayashi as Tasuki
Takehito Koyasu as Hotohori
Tohru Furusawa as Nakago
Tomokazu Seki as Chichiri
Tomoko Kawakami as Chiriko
Yumi Touma as Yui Hongo

Akemi Okamura as Yuiren
Atsuko Mine as Kai-Ka's Mother
Atsuko Tanaka as Soi
Ayumi Kida as Young Hotohori
Daiki Nakamura as Teacher
Emi Motoi as Maid
Hiroko Konishi as
Fu
Nyan Nyan 2
Shunkei
Hisako Kyouda as
Narrator
Taiitsukun
Houko Kamei as Chuei
Jin Yamanoi as Tatara
Junko Sakuma as Mrs. Yuki
Katsuhisa Houki as Chourou
Katsumi Osa as Tamahome's Father
Katsuya Shiga as Tokaki (young)
Ken Narita as Tetsuya
Kenichi Ogata as Eiken
Kouji Ishii as Tokaki (Old)
Kyoko Hikami as
Girl A
Girl B
Morin
Nyan Nyan 1
Midori Nakazawa as
Miboshi
Suzuno Oosugi (ep 43)
Mika Doi as Subaru
Misa Watanabe as
Miaka's mother
Yui's mother
Motoko Kumai as Tamahome (child)
Nobuaki Fukuda as
Kai-Ka's Father
Kotou Emperor
Nobuo Tobita as Tomo
Nobuyuki Furuta as
High Elder
Sanzoku
Nobuyuki Hiyama as Hikitsu
Ryuji Mizuno as Kutou Emperor
Ryûzaburô Ôtomo as Ashitare
Shinichiro Miki as Keisuke
Tetsuya Iwanaga as Tomite
Tomokazu Seki as Kouji
Yoshiko Kamei as Chuei Sou
Yoshiko Sakakibara as Shouka
Yuji Ueda as
Amiboshi
Suboshi
Yumi Touma as Tama
Yutaka Nakano as Einosuke Okuda
Japanese companies
Backgrounds:
MADHOUSE
Studio Wyeth
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
Distributor: Bandai Visual
Laboratory: Tokyo Laboratory
Music Production: Apollon
Photography: T Nishimura
Recording: Seion Studio
Sound Effects: Anime Sound Production
Sound Production: Zack Promotion
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Bridget Hoffman
Translation: Neil Nadelman
Executive producer: Hideki 'Henry' Goto
Producer: Hiroe Tsukamoto

ADR Supervisor: Jenny Haniver
Assistant producer: Kevin Chu
Casting: Jenny Haniver
Post Production Consultant: Jeremy Johnson
Recording Institute: Les Claypool III
David Hayter as Tamahome
Ruby Marlowe as Miaka Yuuki

James Penrod as Tasuki
Melissa Williamson as Nuriko
Richard George as Mitsukake
Sandy Fox as Chiriko 
Sean Mitchell as Chichiri
Sean Thorton as Hotohori
Wendee Lee as Yui Hongo

Abe Lasser as Tokaki
Barbara Goodson as
Miboshi
Shoka
Subaru
Catherine Luciani as Taii-tsu-kun/narrator
Derek Stephen Prince as Keisuke Yuuki
Doug Stone as
Dungeon Guard
Slave Trader
Villager
Emily Brown as Young Hotorori
Ethan Murray as Kouji
G. Gordon Baer as
Slave Trader
Voice in the Light
Georgette Rose as Spectator
Harold Muckle as Tomo
Henry Douglas Grey as Hikitsu
Jack Hammer as Nakago
Jane Alan as Kai-ka's Mother
John Smallberries as Kouto Emperor
Julie Maddalena as Yuiren
Lia Sargent as Librarian
Marie Danielle as Yurien
Melissa Charles as Nyan-Nyan
Mona Marshall as
Chuei
Mrs. Yuuki
Robert Wicks as Young Tokaki
Selece Zan as Ashitare 
Steve Cannon as Amiboshi/Suboshi
Steve Kramer as Seiryuu Seiken

English companies
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand)
DVD Menus: Nightjar, LLC
Recording Studio: Magnitude 8 Post
Translation: ZRO Limit Productions
French staff
French cast
(none)
Marielle Lemarchand as Miaka Yuuki
Michaël Cermeno as Tamahome

Eric Bonicatto as Nakago
Faye Hadley as Chiriko
Julien Sainte Marthe as Chichiri
Marion Adèle as Nuriko
Michel Barrio as Hotohori
Philippe Marchal as Tasuki
Philippe Mijon as Mitsukake
Sophie Ostria as Yui Hongo

Christian Renault as Tokaki
Eric Bonicatto as Tetsuya Kajiwara
Isabelle Bres as Miboshi
Julien Sainte Marthe as
Amiboshi
Suboshi
Sylvie Santelli as Taiitsukun
Thomas Aussenac as Keisuke Yuuki
French companies
Broadcaster: Gong (from 19 September 2011)
Distributor: Dybex (France)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director:
Joaquín Gómez (Spain dub)
TERESA MANRESA (Catalan dub)
Translation: Bárbara Pesquer (Spain dub; ep 49)

Subtitler: Fabián Sierra (Spain dub)
Aleix Estadella as Tamahome (Catalan dub)
Belén Roca as Miaka Yuuki (Catalan dub)
Carmen Calvell as Miaka Yuuki (Spain dub)
Francesc Figuerola as Hotohori (Catalan dub)
Francesc Rocamora as Tamahome (Spain dub)

Ana Marín as Chiriko (Spain dub)
Ana Orra as Nuriko (Spain dub)
Antoni Forteza as Nakago (Catalan dub)
Enrique Hernández as Chichiri (Spain dub)
Gloria Gonzalez as Taiitsu (Spain dub)
Ivan Pera as Chichiri (Catalan dub)
Jaume Villanueva as Tasuki (Catalan dub)
Joaquín Gómez as Mitsukake (Spain dub)
Josep Maria Mas as Mitsukake (Catalan dub)
Kike Caraballo as Nakago (Spain dub)
LOURDES LÓPEZ as Nuriko (Catalan dub)
Maria Josep Guasch as Chiriko (Catalan dub)
Noemi Bayarri as Yui Hongo (Spain dub)
TERESA MANRESA as Yui Hongo (Catalan dub)
Toni Mora as Hotohori (Spain dub)

Antoni Forteza as Keisuke Yuuki (Catalan dub)
Carlos Lladó as
Suboshi (Spain dub)
Tasuki (Spain dub)
Enrique Hernández as Keisuke Yuuki (Spain dub)
Germán José as Luchador (Spain dub)
Glòria Roig as Taiitsu (Catalan dub)
Hernán Fernández as Amiboshi/Suboshi (Catalan dub)
Joaquín Gómez as
Ashitare (Spain dub)
Tiang Gang (Spain dub)
Jordi Pineda as
Amiboshi (Spain dub)
Tetsuya Kajiwara (Spain dub)
Jordi Vilaseca as Ashitare (Catalan dub)
Josep Maria Mas as Tomo (Catalan dub)
Noemi Bayarri as
Narradora (Spain dub)
Soi (Spain dub)
Tasio Alonso as
Hotohori (Spain dub; eps 20-25)
Tomo (Spain dub)
Teresa Soler as Mayo Sakaki (Catalan dub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Buzz Channel
K3 (Televisió de Catalunya)
Dubbing: Estudios Teruel (Barcelona - Spain dub)
Dubbing Studio: Soundtrack (Catalan dub)
DVD Distribution: Jonu Media (Spain)
Italian staff
Italian cast
(none)
Davide Garbolino as Chichiri 
Felice Invernici as Roko 
Francesco Mei as Ren 
Gabriele Duma as Hotohori 
Giuliana Nanni as Taiitsukun 
Leonardo Graziano as Hiko 
Letizia Scifoni as Yui Hongo 
Marco Baroni as Tasuki 
Paolo De Santis as Tetsuya Kajibara 
Patrizio Prata as Tamahome 
Raffaello Lombardi as Suzaku 
Renata Bertolas as Nuriko 

Dario Oppido as Mitsukake 

Andasavia Saponaro as Naomi Kyonoko 
Italian companies
(none)
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
Melody Emblem: Tariq Arabic Trkan
Mixing: Manar Asamkri
Montage: Samer Abu-Hamad
Montage Emblem: Rami Al-Halabi
Oxygenator Emblem: Tarek Trkan (Tarek Arab Trkan)
Production manager: Radwan Hegazy
Proofreading: Ramadan Ayub
Setup: Gfran Rihan
Technical Supervision: Nadim Sleiman
Reem Darwish as Chiriko

Adel Abu-Hassoun as Tamahome
Angie Yousuf as Nuriko
Ayas Abu Ghazaleh as AMIBOSHI
Glory Zaza as Nyan Nyan
Hazar Ahark as Shouka
Kamal Ndjem as Ashitare
Mansour Salti as Taiitsukun (ep 7)
Marwan Farhat as Nakago/Mitsukake
Marwan Abu Shahin as Hotohori
Mohammad Filfila as Taiitsukun(Voice 2)
Ousseima Youssef as Yui Hongo
Rafat Basu as Tasuki/Kutou Emperor
Samar Kukes as Miaka Yuuki
Ziad Rifai as Chichiri

Arabic companies
Broadcaster: space power
Production And Distribution: cartoon star
Russian staff
Russian companies
(none)
Distributor: MC Entertainment
Russian cast
(none)
Tagalog cast
Tagalog staff
Lloyd Navera as Tamahome
Rose Barin as Miaka Yuuki

Francis Ibanez as Mitsukake
Lloyd Navera as Tasuki
Rowena Raganit as Chiriko
Vincent Gutierrez as Hotohori

Francis Ibanez as
Ashitare
Chichiri
Iking
Tetsuya
Tomite
Michiko Azarcon as Nuriko
Neil Yu as
Kenny Yuuki (Keisuke)
Nakago
Rowena Raganit as Julie (Yui Hongou)
Tagalog companies
Polish staff
Polish companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Hyper
Polish cast
(none)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Ana Vieira as Miaka Yuuki (Portugal)
Sérgio Calvinho as
Hotohori (Portugal)
Tamahome (Portugal)
Sofia Brito as Miaka Yuuki
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda
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