Mikan Enikki (TV)

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[ adapted from Mikan Enikki (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Ilustrowany Pamiętnik Mikana (Polish) 
Mikan -Pomarańczowy Kot (Polish) 
Mikan El Gato (Spanish) 
Mikan's Illustrated Diary 
Mikan's Picture Diary 
Иллюстрированный дневник Микана (Russian) 
ميكان Mikan (Arabic) 
みかん絵日記 (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , romance , slice of life 
Plot Summary: Based on a comic that features an orange-colored cat whose name is 'Mikan', in Japanese means tangerine. He can talk and read and write like a human. He even keeps a picture diary and loves to drink o-sake or Japanese wine. This is a very touching and hilarious story. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 31 
Episode titles: We have 33
Vintage:
1992-10-16 to 1993-06-19 (Episodes 1-30) 
1993-08-24 (Episode 31) 
Opening Theme:
"Naisho! no Bairin Cat" by Chisa Yokohama 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Ojii-san he no odegam" by TARAKO (eps 1-10,21,31) 
#2: "Dekkai Campus" by TARAKO (eps 11-20,22-30) 
Official website:
Links: We have 1
Comment:
Episode 31 was broadcast as a special 2 months after the weekly broadcast ended with episode 30. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Akiko Hiramatsu as Tom Kusanagi 
Chie Satou as Taichi 
Chika Sakamoto as Jerry(eps 21-22) 
Chisa Yokoyama as Shizuyo 
Etsuko Kozakura as Koringo 
Hikaru Midorikawa as Yukihiko 
Junko Asami as
Chibi Taro 
Kyoko 
Kenichi Ono as Tojiro Kusanagi 
Satomi Koorogi as boy(ep 27) 
Sumi Shimamoto as Kikuko Kusanagi 
TARAKO as Mikan 
Yoshino Takamori as Yayoi 
Yuri Shiratori as girl 

Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Loft 
In-Between Animation: Studio Jungle Gym 
Photography: Trans Arts Co. 
Production: Nippon Animation 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Theme Song Performance: Núria Trifol (OP, ED, Catalan dub) 
Nancy Cardozo as Mikan 
Núria Trifol as Mikan(Catalan dub) 

Alexander Paez as Botan 
Armando Duque as Tojiro Kusanagi 
Nancy Cortés as Shizuyo 
Vilma Vera as Kyoko 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Cable Kin (Mexico/Out of the air) 
TV3 (Televisió de Catalunya) 
Dubbing Studio: Q.T. Lever (Catalan dub) 
Polish staff
Polish cast
Dubbing Director: Ewa Kania 

Dialogue Editing:
Elżbieta Włodarczyk 
Krystyna Kotecka (15 eps) 
Recording engineer: Aleksandra Stępniewska 
Sound Editor: Krzysztof Podolski 
Theme Song Performance: Joanna Pałucka 
Artur Kaczmarski as Tōjirō Kusanagi 
Elżbieta Kopocińska-Bednarek as Kikuko Kusanagi 
Paweł Iwanicki as Tom Kusanagi 

Agnieszka Kunikowska as Kyōko Tachibana 
Beata Luczak as Shizuyo 
Iwona Rulewicz as Yayoi Sasamori 

Andrzej Arciszewski as
Grandfather's Neighbor(ep 4) 
Taizō Inagaki 
Brygida Turowska as Jerry(eps 21-22) 
Ewa Kania as Yoshi's Mother(ep 27) 
Ewa Serwa as Saleswoman(ep 27) 
Izabela Dąbrowska as
Jonatan 
Woman(ep 27) 
January Brunov as Mr. Hayashida 
Janusz Wituch as Shizuyo's Father(ep 9) 
Joanna Orzeszkowska as Grandmother(eps 21-22) 
Małgorzata Drozd as Tarō’s owner 
Małgorzata Puzio as Kirri(eps 25-31 odd) 
Robert Tondera as
Leader(ep 10) 
Receptionist(ep 11) 
Tomasz Bednarek as Tom's Friend(ep 3) 
Wojciech Paszkowski as
Korek 
Seller(eps 4, 29) 
Vet(eps 3, 26) 
Yukihiko 
Włodzimierz Bednarski as Dżinn(ep 29) 

Cezary Kwiecinski(additional voices) 
Jacek Kopczynski(additional voices) 
Polish companies
Broadcaster: TVN 
Dubbing Studio: Master Film 
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