Sakura Wars (TV)

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Alternative title:
La Guerra de Sakura (Spanish) 
La Guerre de Sakura (French) 
Sakura - wojny ducha (Polish) 
Sakura Taisen 
ساكُورا (Arabic) 
サクラ大戦 (Japanese) 
櫻花大戰 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
Genres: action , drama , science fiction 
Themes: mecha , real robot 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Sakura travels to the capital with aspirations of defending the city from the demonic forces of the Black Sanctum Council like her father before her. However, things are not as she imagined as in addition to using her great spiritual energy to pilot a mech called a Kobu, she must also perform on stage as an actor, as The Imperial Flower Division's cover is an art theater. Making a fool of herself and ruining a production gets her on everyone's bad side, and somehow she must learn to work with them as well as prevent the enemy from destroying several shrines which protect the city. 
User Ratings: 431 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 15 votes (dub:9, sub:5, raw:1)
 Excellent: 36 votes (sub:24, dub:10, raw:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Very good: 76 votes (sub:42, dub:27, raw:2, ?:1, others:4
2 Indonesian dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Good: 141 votes (sub:84, dub:45, edit.dub:2, others:10
9 Spanish dubbed
1 Tagalog dubbed
)
 Decent: 81 votes (sub:45, dub:27, ?:3, others:6
4 Spanish dubbed
2 Portuguese dubbed
)
 So-so: 41 votes (sub:24, dub:12, raw:1, others:4
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Not really good: 10 votes (sub:8, dub:2)
 Weak: 20 votes (sub:11, dub:9)
 Bad: 8 votes (sub:4, dub:4)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 3 votes (dub:3)
Seen in part or in whole by 1215 users, rank: #869 (of 6084)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.673 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.744, rank: #3104 (of 6076)
Weighted mean: 6.612 (Good−), rank: #3178 (of 6076) (seen all: 6.97 / seen some: 6.07 / won't finish: 4.35)
Bayesian estimate: 6.639 (Good−), rank: #2902 (of 4580)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 25 
Episode titles: We have 25
Vintage:
2000-04-08 to 2000-09-23 
2005-10-12 (Latin America) 
Opening Theme:
"Geki Teikoku Kagekidan" by Chisa Yokoyama & The Teikoku Kagekidan 
Ending Theme:
#1: "Yume Mite Iyou" by Chisa Yokoyama & The Teikoku Kagekidan (eps 1-12) 
#2: "Gekitei Ondo" by Mayumi Tanaka (eps 13-20) 
#3: "Yume Mite Iyou" by Chisa Yokoyama & The Teikoku Kagekidan (eps 21-25) 
Official website:
Reviews:
Sakura Wars DVD 4 (Jan 27, 2004)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Sakura Wars - Complete Collection (Thinpak) (DVD) 2009-08-04 (from $17.16)
    Sakura Wars - Crescendo (DVD 3) 2003-08-19 (from $6.29)
    Sakura Wars - Intermission (DVD 4) 2003-09-30 (from $5.00)
    Sakura Wars - Stage Fright (DVD 5) 2003-11-11 (from $23.98)
    Sakura Wars - Curtain Call (DVD 6) 2003-12-23 (from $23.98)
    Sakura Wars - Complete Collection DVD Set (Thinpak) (DVD 1-6) 2005-12-27
    Sakura Wars TV - Opening Night (DVD 1) 2003-05-27 (from $6.34)
    Sakura Wars TV - Opening Night + Artbox (DVD 1) 2003-05-27
    Sakura Wars TV - Overture (DVD 2) 2003-07-08 (from $5.00)
Soundtrack
    Sakura Wars (OST) 2003-09-09 (from $5.33)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Ryutaro Nakamura 
Director: Takashi Asami 
Series Composition: Satoru Akahori 
Script: Hiroyuki Kawasaki 
Episode Director: Itsuro Kawasaki (eps 17, 23) 
Music: Kouhei Tanaka 
Original creator: Ouji Hiroi 
Original Character Design: Kousuke Fujishima 
Character Design:
Hidenori Matsubara 
Hideyuki Morioka (Studio Clara) 
Art Director: Hidetoshi Kaneko 
Chief Animation Director:
Hideyuki Morioka  
Animation Director:
Kanami Sekiguchi (ep 17) 
Kiyotaka Nakahara 
Naomi Miyata 
Satoshi Tasaki (eps 8, 22) 
Yuzo Sato 
Mecha design: Hideki Fukushima 
Director of Photography: Tsuguo Ozawa 
Animation Supervisor: Masayuki Kojima 
Assistant Episode Director: Kanji Wakabayashi (ep 17) 
Color design: Yoko Mitsuhashi 
Continuity: Ryutaro Nakamura 
Editing: Takeshi Seyama 
Music Arrangement: Shiroh Hamaguchi 
Music Artist: Kouhei Tanaka 
Music Director: Yota Tsuruoka 
Music Performance:
Tomoyuki Asakawa (Harp) 
Yoshio Kizu (Flute) 
Series Advisor: Satoru Akahori 
Sound Effect Director: Yota Tsuruoka 
Sound Effects:
Eiko Morikawa 
Masaru Urahata 
Theme Song Composition:
Kouhei Tanaka 
Ouji Hiroi 
Theme Song Performance:
Chisa Yokoyama 
Kumiko Nishihara (OP) 
Mayumi Tanaka (ED 2) 
Michie Tomizawa (OP) 
Urara Takano (OP) 
Yuriko Fuchizaki (OP) 
Chisa Yokoyama as Sakura Shinguji 

Ai Orikasa as Ayame Fujieda 
Akio Suyama as Ichiro Ogami 
Kumiko Nishihara as Iris Chateaubriand 
Kyoko Hikami as Tsubaki Takamura 
Mayumi Tanaka as Kanna Kirishima 
Michie Tomizawa as Sumire Kanzaki 
Urara Takano as Maria Tachibana 
Yuki Masuda as Yuri Sakakibara 
Yuriko Fuchizaki as Li Kohran 

Akemi Okamura as Kasumi Fujii 
Akiko Kuno as Ratchet Altair 
Akira Ishida as Setsuna Aoki 
Cheiko Aioi as Okuma 
Chikao Ohtsuka as Tadayoshi Kanzaki (Sumire's Grandfather)(ep 24) 
Eiji Yanagisawa as Shigekazu Nagashima 
Hidenari Ugaki as Funaki 
Hideyuki Umezu as Hiroaki Hirata 
Hiroshi Yanaka as
Aoi Satan 
Satan Aoi/Shinnousuke Yamazaki 
Hitoshi Domon as Soldier 
Isao Yamagishi as Rookie soldier 
Junko Mashina as Tatsuko Tukigata 
Kaya Matsutani as Koji Kurose 
Kazue Ikura as Reni Milchstrasse 
Kazunari Tanaka as Nagisa 
Kikumi Umeda as Saori Kato 
Kôichi Kitamura as Aritsune Hanakouji 
Mari Maruta as Satohiko Kakajimi 
Masako Ikeda as Wakana Shinguji (Sakura's Mother) 
Masaru Ikeda as Ikki Yoneda 
Masashi Ebara as Shigeki Kanzaki (Sumire's Father) 
Maya Okamoto as Soletta Orihime 
Mitsuhide Iwata as Morita 
Nachi Nozawa as Kazuma Shinguji 
Naoko Kyooda as Katsura Shinguji (Sakura's Grandmother) 
Naoya Uchida as Tetsuma Shinguji (Sakura's Uncle) 
Ryuji Kai as Gontaro Iwai 
Ryuuji Saikachi as Kentaro Iwai 
Shigeru Ushiyama as Kiyonobu Suzuki 
Tadao Egawa as Hakugin No Rasetsu 
Takehito Koyasu as Yuuichi Kayama 
Tomoko Fujino as Female 
Toshihiko Kojima as Okamura 
Toshihiko Nakajima as Kohran's Father 
Yumi Hikita as Kurenai no Miroku 
Yumiko Kobayashi as Torabo 
Japanese companies
Animation Coordination:
SHAFT 
Triangle Staff 
Animation Design:
F A I 
Pak Pro 
SHAFT 
Animation Production: MADHOUSE 
Background Art:
Atelier BWCA 
MADHOUSE 
Broadcaster: TBS 
Film Processing: Tokyo Laboratories 
In-Between Animation:
Bee Train (ep 17) 
D.A.S.T Corporation (ep 17) 
M.S.C. (ep 17) 
M.S.J Musashino Production (ep 17) 
Key Animation:
M.S.C. (ep 17) 
Studio One Pack (ep 17) 
Music Production: Imagine 
Paint:
M.S.J Musashino Production (ep 17) 
Studio Road (ep 17) 
Photography: Trans Arts Co. 
Production Cooperation: M.S.C. (ep 17) 
Recording Studio:
Studio Gong 
Tokyo TV Center 
Titles: Maki Pro 
English staff
English cast
Director: Lowell Bartholomee 
Art Director: Ruby Halipoto 
Translation: Jennifer Shoemaker 
ADR Script: Dan Dietz 
Executive producer:
John Ledford 
Mark Williams 
Producer: Lowell Bartholomee 

Additional Translation: Shoko Oono 
ADR Engineer: Robert S. Fisher 
DVD Coordination: Janice Williams 
DVD Graphics: Dorothy Exis 
DVD Producer: David Williams 
International Coordination: Toru Iwakami 
Post-Production Manager: Shelly Thomas 
Production Assistant:
Carole Pavlik 
Maki Nagano 
Miyuki Kamiya 
Sound Design: Paul Killam 
Subtitle Script & Timing: Andrew Kent 
Jenny M. Larson as Sakura Shinguji 

Cassie Fitzgerald as Tsubaki Takamura 
Elia Nichols as Yuri Sakakibara 
Evita Arce as Iris Chateaubriand(eps 1-9) 
Jessica Hedrick as Ayame Fujieda 
Kelsey Kling as Maria Tachibana 
Larissa Wolcott as Iris Chateaubriand(eps 10-25) 
Lee Eddy as Kanna Kirishima 
Leigh Anderson Fisher as Sumire Kanzaki 
Matthew K. Miller as Ichiro Ogami 
Monica Bustamante as Kasumi 
Samantha Inoue-Harte as Li Kohran 

B. Michael Rains as Kayama 
Bernadette Nason as Azami 
Bill Harwell as Financier B(ep 1) 
Brandon Crow as Train Station Employee 
Christopher Loveless as Sakura's Father 
Corey M. Gagne as Ichiro Ohgami 
Derek Mudd as Aoi Satani 
Edwin Neal as
Financier 
Gojii 
Ellie McBride as Crimson Miroku 
Grant James as Count Hanakoji 
Guy Harvey as Yoneda 
J. Damian Gillen as Train Station Employee 
John E. Walker as Financier C(ep 1) 
Kathy Lagaza as Okuma 
Ken Webster as Mr. Kanzaki 
Les Baxter as Kouran's Father 
Lowell B. Bartholomee as
Furake 
Resatsu 
Melanie Rene Dean as Otsuki 
Robert Pierson as Weather Chief 
Robert S. Fisher as Setsuna 
Russell Bartholomee as Russian Soldier 
Travis Dean as Financier A(ep 1) 
Tyler Briers as Torabo 

English companies
ADR Production: Monster Island 
Broadcaster:
AXN-Asia (Asia) 
The Anime Network 
DVD Authoring & Encoding: M.O.F.C. 
Internet Streaming: The Anime Network 
Licensed by:
ADV Films (expired) 
Sentai Filmworks 
Post Production: Monkey Boy Studios 
French staff
French cast
Direction Artistique:
Emmanuel Liénart 
Tristant Bourlard 
Beatrice Wegnez as Sakura 
Jennifer Barré as Kanna 
Laurent Vernin as Ogami 

David Manet as Kayama 
Emmanuel Liénart as Yoneda Ikki 
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Yamazaki 
Letitia Lienart as Kourane 
Mathieu Moreau as Kazuma 
Nathalie Hons as Sumire Kanzaki 
Stéphane Excoffier as Fujieda Ayame 
Véronique Fyon as Katsumi Fujji 

French companies
Broadcaster: Mangas 
Distributor:
AB distribution 
Kaze 
Dubbing: Made In Europe 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Hernando Cuenca 
Executive producer: Hugo Rose 

Nancy Cortés as Sakura Shinguji 

Carlos Villegas as Ichiro Ogami 
Claudia Chavarro as Maria Tachibana 
Diana Beltrán as Iris Chateaubriand 
Jorge Solórzano as Ikki Yoneda 
Luzgeyle Poveda as Kanna Kirishima 
Maria Isabel Cortés as Li Kohran 
Marta Rincón as Sumire Kanzaki 
Rocio Bermúdez as Tsubaki Takamura 
Tirza Pacheco as Ayame Fujieda 

Antonio Puentes as Fujieda 
Renata Vargas as Yuri Sakakibara 
Shirley Marulanda as Kasumi 
Sigifredo Vega as Satan 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal RCN (Colombia) 
Cartoon Network L.A. 
Chilevision (Chile) 
ETC...TV (Chile) 
Distributor: Televix (Latin America) 
Dubbing: Provideo S.A. 
Arabic staff
Arabic cast
(none)
ASMA Yousef as Sakura Shinguji 
Samar Kokash as Iris Chateaubriand 
Ziad Rifai as Ichiro Ogami 
Arabic companies
Broadcaster: space power 
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
(none)
Broadcaster:
ABS-CBN 
Hero 
Dubbing: ABS-CBN 
Tagalog cast
Clarice King as Sakura Shinguji 

Rowena Benavidez as Li Kohran 
Portuguese cast
Portuguese staff
Dubbing Director: Gilmara Sanches 
Translation: Fernando Janson 
Samira Fernandes as Sakura Shinguuji 

Cecília Lemes as Kanna Kirishima 

Adna Cruz as Ayame 
Cláudia Carli as Miroku 
Cláudio Satiro as Yoneda 
Dado Monteiro as Oogami Ichirou 
Denise Reis as Kasumi 
Douglas Guedes as Kayama 
Fábio Vila Longa as Hanakouji 
Fátima Noya as Maria Tachibana 
Fernanda Bulara as Sumire Kanzaki 
Gilmara Sanches as Li Kouran 
Lene Bastos as Yuri 
Márcia Regina as Iris Chateaubriand 
Priscila Concépcion as Tsubaki Takamura 
Rodrigo Andreatto as Tora 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Cartoon Network L.A. 
Dubbing Studio: Centauro 
DVD Distribution: Imagem Filmes 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
(none)
Chinese (Taiwan) cast
(none)
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