Meiji Tokyo Renka (TV)

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Alternative title:
明治東亰恋伽 (Japanese)
Plot Summary: On the night of a crimson full moon, high school girl Mei Ayazuki, lured by the magic of mysterious magician Charlie, enters into a box. When she awakens, she's in Tokyo during the Meiji Period. The lost and confused Mei is aided by Ougai Mori and Shunso Hishida, who take her in their carriage to the Rokumeikan, a lavish ballroom full of powerful high officials. where she meets historic figures such as Kyoka Izumi, Otojiro Kawakami, Yakumo Koizumi, and Goro Fujita. In this world, during the "Misty Hour" between sundown and sunup, "mononoke" appear. Those who can see them are called "Tamayori," and Mei herself possesses this power. As she navigates an unfamiliar life, romance begins to bloom between Mei and these men -- and the power of the tamayori will only strengthen their bonds. She may choose to never return to her original time.
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Seen in part or in whole by 46 users, rank: #5414 (of 7672)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.667 (Decent−), std. dev.: 1.4907, rank: #6228 (of 7699)
Weighted mean: 5.770 (Decent−), rank: #6122 (of 7699) (seen all: 6.02 / won't finish: 2.44)
Bayesian estimate: 6.380 (Decent+), rank: #4376 (of 5823)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 2019-01-09
Opening Theme:
"Tsukiakari no Rhapsodia" by KENN
Ending Theme:
"Hoshikuzu no Yomibito" by KENN & Daisuke Namikawa
"Mellow na Yoru ni Odorimashō" by Shinnosuke Tachibana & Nobuhiko Okamoto
"Yoiya Yoiya" by Kousuke Toriumi & Jun Fukuyama.
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Akitarō Daichi
Character Design: Junko Yamanaka
Chief Animation Director: Junko Yamanaka

Key Animation:
Hiroaki Kawaguchi (eps 2, 5)
Junko Matsushita (ep 3)
Shinichi Wada (Seigasha; ep 1)
Toshihiko Masuda (eps 2, 5)
Theme Song Performance:
Daisuke Namikawa (ED)
Jun Fukuyama (ED)
Kenn (OP, ED)
Kousuke Toriumi (ED)
Nobuhiko Okamoto (ED)
Shinnosuke Tachibana (ED)
Animation Cooperation: Studio Boomerang (ep 4)
Animation Direction:
J-Cube (ep 5 assist.)
YABES (ep 5 assist.)
Animation Production: TMS Entertainment
Digital Composite: TMS Photo (T.D.I.)
Finish Assistance:
Big Owl (eps 2, 5)
Hanil Animation (ep 2)
J-Cube (eps 2, 5)
YABES (eps 2, 5)
Key Animation:
J-Cube (eps 2, 5)
Seigasha (ep 1)
Studio Boomerang (eps 1, 4)
YABES (ep 2)
Original Creator: Broccoli
Production Cooperation: Magic Bus (eps 2, 5)
Japanese cast
Sumire Morohoshi as Mei Ayazuki

Daisuke Namikawa as Ōgai Mori
Jun Fukuyama as Gorō Fujita
Kenn as Shunsō Hishida
Kousuke Toriumi as Otojirō Kawakami
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Kyōka Izumi
Shinnosuke Tachibana as Yakumo Koizumi
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Charlie
Yoshimasa Hosoya as Tōsuke Iwasaki

Aki Toyosaki as Patrick (ep 3)
Fumiko Orikasa as Jane (ep 3)
Tomoaki Maeno as Taikan Yokoyama (ep 11)
Yui Horie as Yosano Akiko (ep 5)
English staff
English cast
Director: Tabitha Ray
Translation: Amanda Lester (MX International, Inc./Crunchyroll)
ADR Script:
Kristen McGuire
Matt Shipman (eps 2, 4)
Madeleine Morris as Mei Ayazuki

Aaron Dismuke as Kyōka Izumi
Aaron Roberts as Otojirō Kawakami
Chad Halbrook as Gorō Fujita
Christopher Wehkamp as Ogai Mori
Daman Mills as Shunso Hishida
Garret Storms as Tōsuke Iwasaki
Howard Wang as Yakumo Koizumi
Ian Sinclair as Charlie

Amber Lee Connors as Jane (ep 3)
Coby Lewin as Akitaro Daichi (ep 10)
Emily Fajardo as Fumi
Jessica Cavanagh as Arima (ep 4)
Justin Briner as
Charlie (SimulDub; ep 6)
Rentaro Taki (ep 7)
Kyle Phillips as Tenshin Okukura (ep 9)
Linda Young as Ogai's aunt
Matt Shipman as Kōyō Ozaki
Megan Shipman as Shino (ep 4)
Rachael Messer as Shirayuki (ep 7)
English companies
Internet Streaming:
AnimeLab (Australia and New Zealand)
FUNimation Entertainment

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