Coji-Coji (TV)

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Alternative title:
Sakura Momoko Gekijō: Cojicoji (Japanese) 
Sakura Momoko Theatre: Kojikoji 
さくらももこ劇場 コジコジ (Japanese) 
Genres: adventure , comedy , fantasy 
Plot Summary: They are neither animals nor humans. They cannot be distinctly categorised as boys or girls. They are also not considered to be Earthlings or space creatures. There are no such specific titles in the world of Coji-Coji. Instead, it boils down to the meaning of "existence", an emphasis on the root of a character. This world hinges on all things natural, the pure existence of life. The protagonist, Coji-Coji, represents a perfect existence where truths of life are constantly being delivered and no words of malice can be spoken. 
Number of episodes: 101 
Episode titles: We have 101
Vintage: 1997-10-04 to 1999-09-25 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Coji-Coji Ginza" by Hoff Dylan 
"Coji-Coji Ginza" by POCKET COWBOY 
Ending Theme:
"Denki Groove" by POCKET COWBOY 
"POCKET COWBOY" by Denki Groove 
Official website:
Coji-Coji @ ANIPLEX (Japanese) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Taeko Kawata as Cojicoji 

Aya Sugawara as Teruko 
Etsuko Tokunaga as Tommy 
Fumi Sugawara as Teruko 
Hiroki Takahashi as Ross 
Hiroshi Masuoka as Geran 
Jun Akiyama as Takan-kun 
Kayo Aoyama as Jiroh's Mother 
Kazuhiko Nishimatsu as Sensei 
Kimiko Furuyama as Piroro 
Kumiko Watanabe as Harehare-kun 
Miwa Matsumoto as Fuu 
Nobuyuki Tanaka as Shougatsu-kun 
Rena Yukie as Umebachi-hime 
Susumu Chiba as Buhi-Buhi 
TARAKO as Susie 
Tomo Saeki as Tanuki 
Tomoko Naka as Joanie 
Tomoko Ohtsuka as Pero-chan 
Urara Takano as Jiroh 
Yoko Ishida as Usako 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Tokyo Broadcasting System 
Production: Nippon Animation 

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