Kasumin (TV)

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Alternative title:
Mistin - English title 
Oideyo! Henamon Sekai Kasumin (Japanese) 
カスミン (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , slice of life 
Plot Summary: Haruno Kasumi is a fourth-grader. Her parents are zoologists who went over to Africa to carry out their research studies. In order to see off her parents, Kasumi arrived at Kasumi Town. In the middle of the town lies an enormous mansion surrounded by the forest. The mansion belongs to the Kasumi household, the family in which Kasumi will be lodging in and taken care of. There is a mysterious aura about the mansion and Kasumi discovers a series of talking appliances. The Kasumi family refers to these creatures as "Henamon". In return for living in with the family, Kasumi will be helping out with the household chores such as cooking and washing. Surrounded by various interesting characters, Kasumi begins a new chapter in her life. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 78 
Episode titles: We have 78
2001-10-13 to 2002-04-06 (First Series) 
2002-10-05 to 2003-04-05 (Second Series) 
2003-04-09 to 2003-10-01 (Third Series) 
Opening Theme:
"Nijiiro no Sunadokei" by Saori Yuki & Sachiko Yasuda 
Ending Theme:
"Hoshi ga Utatta Monogatari" by Saori Yuki & Sachiko Yasuda 
Official website:
Trivia: We have 1
News: Show:
Top Anime in Japan (Dec 17, 2001)
New Anime Coming to Japan (Oct 14, 2001)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Mitsuru Hongo 
Script: Reiko Yoshida 
Music: Yoshikazu Suo 
Character Design: Yoshihiko Umakoshi 
Art Director: Hisayoshi Takahashi 
Design: Yoshihiko Umakoshi 
Key Animation:
Hiroki Mutaguchi (ep 42) 
Yoshihiko Umakoshi (ep 29) 
Theme Song Performance:
Sachiko Yasuda (OP) 
Saori Yuki (OP) 
Bin Shimada as Momozou(ep 22) 
Chafurin as George Kotsuyama(ep 14) 
Chigusa Ikeda as
Daiki Nakamura as
Hideyuki Umezu as
Isamu Tanonaka as Henamon Messanger(ep 24) 
Junpei Morita as Dragon King 
Kaori Mizuhashi as Kasumi Haruno 
Keiji Fujiwara as
Kokoro Shindou as Fuyuta Yukino 
Michiko Neya as
Kasumi Ranko 
Miina Tominaga as Mitsuami 
Miki Narahashi as
Masae Sensei 
Mitsuki Saiga as
Kirino Kirihiko 
Rei Sakuma as
Kasumi Sakurame 
Shozo Iizuka as Kasumi Senzaemon 
Takahiro Sakurai as
Kasumi Senta 
Takehito Koyasu as Fog Person(ep 20) 
Tohru Furuya as Rodorigesu(ep 6) 
Tomoko Kaneda as Yuri 
Wataru Takagi as Wasshoi(ep 10) 
Yayoi Kuroda as Ryuunosuke 
Yuko Tachibana as Haniwa 
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Oriental Light and Magic 
Broadcaster: NHK 
English staff
English cast
Executive producer: Taaz Gill 

Assistant Director: Paul Falzor 
Audio Mixing: Nyam Lee Khian 
Production Assistant:
Kendra Lee 
Michelle Tan 
Production Coordination: Carmen Chan 
Sound Editor: Faisal Rahmat 
Supervising Sound Engineer: Christelle Tailliens 
Voice Direction: Chuck Powers 
Alison Lester as Misty Springfield (Kasumi Haruno) 

Alison Lester as Blossom Mistin(Kasumi Sakurame) 
Brian Zimmerman as
Flash(Degigame / Kame) 
Hermit Mistin(Kasumi Senta) 
Hot Pot(Pot) 
Chio Su Ping as
Alice Clay(Haniwa) 
Lilly Mistin(Kasumi Ranko) 
Miss Michelle Rivers(Masae Sensei) 
Prince Dragon (a.k.a. Dragon Boy)(Ryuunosuke) 
Chuck Powers as
Michael Fogbottom(Kirino Kirihiko) 
Mr. Hat(Boshi) 
Ozzie Magick(Shikao) 
Jamie Meldrum as
Ebeneezer Mistin(Kasumi Sanzaemon) 
Glad Rag(Zoukin) 
Jamie Ross Meldrum as
Ebeneezer Mistin(Kasumi Sanzaemon) 
Glad Rag(Zoukin) 

Brian Zimmerman as
Party Dude(ep 10) 
Rainboy(ep 9) 
Chio Su Ping as
Mary White Birch 
Misty's mom 
Chuck Powers as
Miss Koskai(large, brown-haired woman; ep 1 and 4) 
Misty's dad 
Old woman(ep 13) 
Snowboy(ep 9) 
Jamie Meldrum as
Morph Closet(ep 8) 
Ozzie's dad(ep 7 and 13) 
Jamie Ross Meldrum as
Morph Closet(ep 8) 
Ozzie's dad(ep 7 and 13) 
English companies
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Raquel Martín (Spain dub) 
Translation: Alessandra Moura (Spain dub) 
Carmen Podio as Principe Dragui(Spain dub) 
Carolina Tak as
FotoTuga(Spain dub) 
Mariblanca(Spain dub) 
Eugenio Barona as
Nubermon(Spain dub) 
Senor Camarero(Spain dub) 
Inés Blázquez as Carla(Spain dub) 
José María Carrero as Balletin(Spain dub) 
Juan Carlos Lozano as Torre (Reino dragon)(Spain dub) 
Luis Vicente Ivars as
NubeTaro(Spain dub) 
Termotin(Spain dub) 
Torre (Reino dragon)(Spain dub) 
Mariano García as
Frotin(Spain dub) 
Osi(Spain dub) 
Marta Sáinz as Kasumi Haruno(Spain dub) 
Mercedes Espinosa as Bloson(Spain dub) 
Raquel Martín as
Clay(Spain dub) 
Michael(Spain dub) 
Naru (hermana Carla)(Spain dub) 
Rocío Azofra as
Luna (hermana Carla)(Spain dub) 
Yuri(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Club Super 3 (Spain; 2003-09) 
Noticias te ves (Marina baja) 
Dubbing Studio: Arait Multimedia (Madrid ; Spain dub) 
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