Lime-iro Senkitan (TV)

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Related anime:
    Lime-iro Ryūkitan X (TV) (sequel)
    Lime-iro Senkitan: The South Island Dream Romantic Adventure (OAV) (sequel)

Alternative title:
Lime-Colored History of War 
Raimuiro Senkitan (Japanese) 
らいむいろ戦奇譚 (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , comedy , supernatural 
Themes: ecchi , harem , historical , mecha 
Objectionable content: Intense 
Plot Summary: Around the the 37th year of the Meiji Era (1904) in the midst of the Russo-Japanese war, the small Japanese army, in need of assistance, uses its special flying (thanks to a benevolent demon) ship, the Amanohara, to attack Russia's major base at Port Arthur (Lushun). Umakai Shintaro, a Russian diplomat originally from Japan, defects and goes to Sapporo to teach at a girls academy. However, that girls academy is not typical - it is on board the Amanohara, and the five girls Shintaro teaches are known as the Raimu Unit - girls with the ability to summon powerful beings to fight for them. Shintaro eventually becomes their teacher and general in battle, and so the six embark on a weird and excessively erotic journey, as Shintaro helps the girls overcome their weaknesses, become stronger for the final stand at Lushun, and also understand the motives of the "Russian Spiritual Corps" that assist the opponent, which, unfortunately, has one member whom Shintaro knew well.... 
User Ratings: 203 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 3 votes (sub:3)
 Excellent: 17 votes (sub:14, dub:1, others:2
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
 Very good: 28 votes (sub:23, dub:2, others:3
2 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
 Good: 42 votes (sub:39, dub:2, raw:1)
 Decent: 34 votes (sub:30, dub:1, raw:1, others:2
1 French subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
 So-so: 17 votes (sub:16, raw:1)
 Not really good: 13 votes (sub:10, dub:1, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Weak: 17 votes (sub:17)
 Bad: 14 votes (sub:13, raw:1)
 Awful: 14 votes (sub:13, dub:1)
 Worst ever: 4 votes (sub:4)
Seen in part or in whole by 456 users, rank: #1758 (of 5921)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.591 (Decent−), std. dev.: 2.4924, rank: #4904 (of 5914)
Weighted mean: 5.495 (So-so+), rank: #5033 (of 5914) (seen all: 5.90 / seen some: 4.38 / won't finish: 2.31)
Bayesian estimate: 5.609 (Decent−), rank: #4172 (of 4462)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 13 
Episode titles: We have 13
Vintage: 2003-01-05 to 2003-03-30 
Opening Theme:
"凛花 (Rinka; Cold Flowers)" by Raimu-tai 
Ending Theme:
"空のむこう (Sora no Mukou; Beyond the Sky)" by at Gallery 
Official website:
Based on an H-game by Elf. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Akira Suzuki 
Hideaki Koyasu (eps 5, 8-9) 
Satoru Akahori (7 episodes
eps 1, 3, 5-6, 8, 11, 13
Takao Yoshioka (5 episodes
eps 2, 4, 7, 10, 12
Iku Suzuki (6 episodes
eps 1-3, 6, 9, 13
Junji Nishimura (eps 5, 7-8, 12) 
Kiyotaka Isako (eps 4, 7, 11) 
Kunihiro Mori (ep 12) 
Sōji Inoue (ep 2) 
Yoriyasu Kogawa (ep 10) 
Yoshimasa Hiraike (ep 3) 
Unit Director:
Daisuke Takashima (eps 2, 4, 8, 13) 
Iku Suzuki (OP/ED) 
Keisuke Onishi (eps 3, 7) 
Tokio Yamauchi (eps 6, 11) 
Yoriyasu Kogawa (ep 10) 
Yoshimasa Hiraike (ep 1) 
Yuusuke Kamada (eps 5, 9, 12) 
Music: Toshiyuki Omori 
Original creator: Satoru Akahori 
Character Design: Mayumi Watanabe 
Art Director: Osaru Kawano 
Animation Director:
Hideki Ito (ep 4) 
Mayumi Watanabe (4 episodes
eps 1, 6, 11, 13
Takashi Hirabayashi (ep 8) 
Yuusuke Kamada (eps 2, 5, 9, 12) 
Character Conceptual Design: Naoki Honda 
Director of Photography: Taro Sato 

Color design: Yukari Ando 
Key Animation:
Aya Kanou (eps 4, 7, 11-13)  (Studio Hibari) 
Daisuke Saito (ep 12) 
Eiji Uemura (ep 8) 
Eisuke Matsubara (eps 4, 11)  (Seigasha) 
Gen Kureyoshi (ep 3) 
Haruo Okuno (ep 8) 
Hiroaki Imanishi (ep 2)  (Studio Mu) 
Hiroaki Shimizu (eps 1-2, 4, 7)  (Studio Hibari) 
Hiroki Kasuno (ep 8) 
Hiromasa Amano (eps 10, 12-13) 
Hiromi Muranaka (eps 2, 9)  (Studio Mu) 
Hiroshi Arisawa (eps 2, 9)  (Studio Wanpack) 
Hiroshi Kawashima (eps 2, 5, 9, 11)  (Studio Mu) 
Hiroshi Shimizu (ep 5) 
Hiroyuki Shimizu (ep 9) 
Hisako Tanaka (eps 2, 12)  (Studio Victory) 
Hitoshi Morikawa (eps 1, 4)  (OP/ED) 
Kaori Akimoto (ep 2)  (Studio Victory) 
Katsusuke Konuma (ep 11)  (Studio Hibari) 
Kazuaki Imoto (eps 2, 9)  (Studio Wanpack) 
Kazuhiko Ishii (5 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 9-10
Kazuhiro Muto (ep 8) 
Kazuya Kuroda (ep 1) 
Kazuyuki Ueda (eps 4, 7, 13)  (Studio Hibari) 
Kenichi Umemoto (eps 1, 12-13)  (OP/ED) 
Kenji Ota (ep 4)  (Seigasha) 
Kenzo Koizumi (ep 3) 
Kiyoshiro Kato (ep 8) 
Kosuke Fujii (ep 8) 
Kumiko Horikoshi (ep 5)  (OP/ED) 
Kumiko Kasuga (ep 12) 
Makoto Matsui (ep 6) 
Makoto Yoshida (ep 2) 
Mari Nakatani (ep 8) 
Masakazu Yamazaki (ep 2)  (Studio Wanpack) 
Masaru Suda (eps 12-13) 
Masatoshi Fukuyama (ep 12) 
Masayasu Yoshida (7 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 10-13
Miho Kojima (eps 2, 9)  (Studio Wanpack) 
Mitsuhiro Iwasaki (eps 2, 9)  (Studio Wanpack) 
Mitsuo Satou (ep 7)  (Studio Ox) 
Naoto Hosoda (ep 10) 
Nobuyuki Hata (ep 8) 
Noriko Eshita (ep 5)  (Tokyo Animation Center) 
Rieko Nakai (ep 7)  (Studio Ox) 
Rondo Mizukami (OP/ED) 
Ryoko Amisaki (eps 4, 11, 13)  (Studio Hibari)  (OP/ED) 
Sakiko Yoshida (ep 1) 
Satoshi Hattori (eps 1, 4) 
Seiichi Nodate (ep 8) 
Shigenobu Nagasaki (ep 12) 
Shigeyuki Miya (OP/ED) 
Shin'ichiro Saitō (ep 5)  (Tokyo Animation Center) 
Shinnosuke Kon (ep 6) 
Shintaro Nagahama (ep 7)  (Studio Ox) 
Shinya Yamada (ep 4)  (Seigasha) 
Shizuo Tanaka (ep 5)  (Tokyo Animation Center) 
Shohei Kohara (ep 1) 
Shosuke Shimizu (5 episodes
eps 1, 4, 7, 10, 13
Shume Matsumoto (ep 12) 
Soichi Higuchi (ep 7)  (Studio Ox) 
Taeko Oda (ep 2)  (Studio Mu) 
Taiichiro Kohara (ep 7)  (Studio Ox) 
Takaaki Wada (ep 1) 
Takahiro Arai (ep 6) 
Takamitsu Kondou (eps 4, 8-10)  (Studio Hibari) 
Takashi Hirabayashi (ep 8) 
Takeshi Miyamoto (eps 2, 11)  (Studio Mu) 
Tatsuo Miura (OP/ED) 
Tatsuya Sasaki (ep 5)  (Tokyo Animation Center) 
Tetsuo Hirakawa (eps 4, 7)  (Studio Hibari) 
Tetsuya Tsukamoto (ep 10) 
Tomohito Hirose (eps 4, 7, 11-13)  (Studio Hibari) 
Toshiyuki Chiba (ep 6) 
Yoko Iizuka (ep 4)  (Seigasha) 
Yoko Sakurai (eps 2, 7, 12)  (Studio Ox) 
Yoshiaki Katayama (ep 9) 
Yoshimi Agata (eps 4, 7, 11)  (Studio Hibari) 
Yoshimichi Masuko (ep 8) 
Yoshinari Saito (OP/ED) 
Yosuke Imakubo (eps 5, 12) 
Yumiko Hara (eps 4, 7, 13)  (Studio Hibari)  (OP/ED) 
Yumiko Iwasaki (ep 3) 
Yumiko Sugano (eps 1-2)  (Studio Mu) 
Yuuki Hara (ep 6) 
Yuusuke Kamada (eps 5, 9, 13) 
Ai Shimizu as Momen Sanada 
Kahoru Sasajima as Asa Kato 
Sayaka Aoki as Kinu Fukushima 
Shinichiro Miki as Shintaro Umakai 
Tsubasa Otomiya as Sarasa Honda 
Yuka Aimoto as Rinzu Kuroda 

Kouji Ishii as Hyougo Kaji 
Kumiko Yokote as Sophia 
Nobuyuki Hiyama as Masanosuke Date 
Satomi Koorogi as Kuki-sama 

Asako Dodo as Sumi Ichijouji 
Kaoru Morota as Rajah 
Kimiko Koyama as Akaito 
Maki Machii as Kiito 
Mika Kanai as Saten 
Susumu Chiba as Man of Riddle 
Tomoko Kaneda as Aoito 
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