History Anime / NerimaDaikonBrothers

11th Nov '15 10:42:41 AM VenomLancerHae
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Deleting sinkhole; X Meets Y is a Just For Fun page and therefore not a trope.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: In a way, Ichiro and Hideki * ShoutOut: To ''Anime/ExcelSaga''; also, the gang's clothes and preferred style of music is reminiscent of ''TheBluesBrothers''
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%% * SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: In a way, Ichiro and Hideki * ShoutOut: ShoutOut: ** To ''Anime/ExcelSaga''; also, the gang's clothes and preferred style of music is reminiscent of ''TheBluesBrothers''

* StraightMan: Ichiro. ** Although Ichiro's behavior is often at least as bizarre as anyone else's, even if he doesn't have the personality to match.
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* StraightMan: Ichiro. ** Ichiro. Although Ichiro's behavior is often at least as bizarre as anyone else's, even if he doesn't have the personality to match.

* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Hideki gets annoyed at Ichiro for treating Pandaikon as this in the first episode, insisting that a normal person would at least go [[BigWhat "Waaa!"]] at seeing a panda in a daikon field. It's also parodied/enforced in Episode 4, when the Nerima Daikon Brothers deliberately ignore Yukika's DramaticEntrance for as long as possible.
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: UnusuallyUninterestingSight: ** Hideki gets annoyed at Ichiro for treating Pandaikon as this in the first episode, insisting that a normal person would at least go [[BigWhat "Waaa!"]] at seeing a panda in a daikon field. It's also parodied/enforced in Episode 4, when the Nerima Daikon Brothers deliberately ignore Yukika's DramaticEntrance for as long as possible.

* [[WeSellEverything We Rent Everything]]: The Rental Guy has given the Brothers everything from vegetable costumes to a heat-seeking enema to a rocket to a ''drill-tank''.
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* [[WeSellEverything We Rent Everything]]: WeSellEverything: ** The Rental Guy has given the Brothers everything from vegetable costumes to a heat-seeking enema to a rocket to a ''drill-tank''.

* XMeetsY: ''TheBluesBrothers'' meets {{Anime}}.
11th Nov '15 10:40:43 AM VenomLancerHae
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Commenting out Zero Context Examples; moving trivia tropes to trivia page; Useful Noges aren't tropes; one trope per
* AccentAdaptation: Mako's Kansai dialect is given the typical switch to a southern accent in the dub.
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* AccentAdaptation: AccentAdaptation: ** Mako's Kansai dialect is given the typical switch to a southern accent in the dub.

* BareYourMidriff: Mako.
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%% * BareYourMidriff: Mako.

* {{Bishounen}}: Ichiro.
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* {{Bishounen}}: {{Bishounen}}: ** Ichiro.

* BlackComedyRape
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%% * BlackComedyRape

* CampGay: Moi, cranked UpToEleven.
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%% * CampGay: Moi, cranked UpToEleven.

* TheChick: Mako * {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Ichiro, definitely. * CoolShades: The entire band, ''and'' Pandaikon.
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%% * TheChick: Mako %% * {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Ichiro, definitely. * CoolShades: CoolShades: ** The entire band, ''and'' Pandaikon.

* CrankyNeighbor
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%% * CrankyNeighbor

* DawsonCasting: Hideki's voice actor in the Japanese version, Shigeru Matsuzaki, stands out particularly because apparently it was his first role in ''twenty-four years'', and the man was pushing at least ''sixty'' years old while trying to play a twenty-five year old character. ** As usual, this is in full effect for pretty much ''everyone'' in the English dub, though not to that extreme. * DeadpanSnarker: It seems to be physically impossible for Ichiro to ''not'' talk in a deadpan tone * DullSurprise: Ichiro * {{Earworm}}: Every goddamn song. * EvenTheGuysWantHim: Ichiro. ** Hell, even ''animals'' want him. * ExpositoryThemeTune
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* DawsonCasting: Hideki's voice actor in the Japanese version, Shigeru Matsuzaki, stands out particularly because apparently it was his first role in ''twenty-four years'', and the man was pushing at least ''sixty'' years old while trying to play a twenty-five year old character. ** As usual, this is in full effect for pretty much ''everyone'' in the English dub, though not to that extreme. * DeadpanSnarker: It seems to be physically impossible for Ichiro to ''not'' talk in a deadpan tone tone. %% * DullSurprise: Ichiro %% * {{Earworm}}: Every goddamn song. * EvenTheGuysWantHim: Ichiro. ** Ichiro. Hell, even ''animals'' want him. %% * ExpositoryThemeTune

* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: Despite defeating the bad guy at the end of each episode, they never get to keep the money.
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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: FailureIsTheOnlyOption: ** Despite defeating the bad guy at the end of each episode, they never get to keep the money.

* {{Gainaxing}}: Minor instance, when Mako was showing off her [[HelloNurse nurse's outfit]] to Hideki.
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* {{Gainaxing}}: {{Gainaxing}}: ** Minor instance, when Mako was showing off her [[HelloNurse nurse's outfit]] to Hideki.

* {{Henohenomoheji}}: Anytime a member of the Brothers is MIA and the other two have to rent from Nine Dragons without them, their place in the song is taken by a cardboard cut-out with this face.
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* {{Henohenomoheji}}: {{Henohenomoheji}}: ** Anytime a member of the Brothers is MIA and the other two have to rent from Nine Dragons without them, their place in the song is taken by a cardboard cut-out with this face.

* HenpeckedHusband: Number One * HexagonalSpeechBalloon * HeyItsThatVoice: Moreso in the English dub than in the Japanese ** Creator/GregAyres plays Hideki *** Hideki's original Japanese VA was a reasonably popular singer back in the 70's and 80's. ** Creator/ChrisPatton is Ichiro *** Ichiro's Japanese actor is Showtaro Morikubo, a guy who's got a pretty long résumé even if it doesn't contain too many super-popular characters (he was Ginji in ''Manga/GetBackers'' to name one role) ** Creator/LuciChristian is Mako ** Though he's not a prominent actor, Brett Weaver returns to play Nabeshin for the third time (at this point, ADV had turned the fact that Weaver had essentially become the "official" English voice for Nabeshin into a RunningGag) * HostClub: Ichiro works at one. * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Most of the English episode titles contain sex jokes.
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%% * HenpeckedHusband: Number One %% * HexagonalSpeechBalloon * HeyItsThatVoice: Moreso in the English dub than in the Japanese ** Creator/GregAyres plays Hideki *** Hideki's original Japanese VA was a reasonably popular singer back in the 70's and 80's. ** Creator/ChrisPatton is Ichiro *** Ichiro's Japanese actor is Showtaro Morikubo, a guy who's got a pretty long résumé even if it doesn't contain too many super-popular characters (he was Ginji in ''Manga/GetBackers'' to name one role) ** Creator/LuciChristian is Mako ** Though he's not a prominent actor, Brett Weaver returns to play Nabeshin for the third time (at this point, ADV had turned the fact that Weaver had essentially become the "official" English voice for Nabeshin into a RunningGag) %% * HostClub: Ichiro works at one. * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: ** Most of the English episode titles contain sex jokes.

* JerkAss: Mako at her worst can come off this way.
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* JerkAss: JerkAss: ** Mako at her worst can come off this way.

* KansaiRegionalAccent: Mako has one. In the dub it's translated as a southern hick accent.

* UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan: The second episode has a Korean-owned pachinko parlor.

* LargeAndInCharge: Hideki * LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The English version ending theme which is basically saying, "Thanks For Buying the DVD of this show (since there was no way in hell it would ever get broadcast on mainstream American TV). Now we have money for booze."
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%% * LargeAndInCharge: Hideki * LeaningOnTheFourthWall: LeaningOnTheFourthWall: ** The English version ending theme which is basically saying, "Thanks For Buying the DVD of this show (since there was no way in hell it would ever get broadcast on mainstream American TV). Now we have money for booze."

* MagicSkirt: Lampshaded in one episode with an upside-down Mako, Hideki watching for her skirt to fall, and Ichiro [[LampshadeHanging explaining]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall that the artist doesn't feel like drawing it]].
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* MagicSkirt: MagicSkirt: ** Lampshaded in one episode with an upside-down Mako, Hideki watching for her skirt to fall, and Ichiro [[LampshadeHanging explaining]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall that the artist doesn't feel like drawing it]].

* NeckLift
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%% * NeckLift

* NoFourthWall
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%% * NoFourthWall

* OnceAnEpisode: The band needs a quick loan; the band hits up the Nine Dragons Rental Shop for a PlotCoupon. ** Also someone exclaims their need for money, and the ATM and dancers for the NAB show up to loan them some
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* OnceAnEpisode: OnceAnEpisode: *= The band needs a quick loan; the band hits up the Nine Dragons Rental Shop for a PlotCoupon. ** Also someone exclaims their need for money, and the ATM and dancers for the NAB show up to loan them somesome.

* PandaingToTheAudience * PerpetualPoverty
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%% * PandaingToTheAudience * %% = PerpetualPoverty

* RidiculouslyCuteCritter / NonHumanSidekick / TeamPet: Pandaikon
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%% * RidiculouslyCuteCritter / NonHumanSidekick / TeamPet: RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Pandaikon
9th Nov '15 9:41:45 AM Berrenta
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Missed one
* UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan: The second episode has a Korean-owned pachinko parlor.

* Subverted TheLoveSlapOfEpiphany when Hideki (who is sincerely in love with Mako) tries to do the same thing.
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* TheLoveSlapOfEpiphany: Subverted TheLoveSlapOfEpiphany when Hideki (who is sincerely in love with Mako) tries to do the same thing.

* NoKoreansInJapan: Averted in the second episode, about a Korean-owned pachinko parlor.
9th Nov '15 9:33:29 AM Berrenta
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** SubvertedTrope: Plastic surgery was used to put Bishie faces on [[{{Gonk}} previously unhandsome]] [[NoKoreansInJapan Koreans]].
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** SubvertedTrope: Plastic surgery was used to put Bishie faces on [[{{Gonk}} previously unhandsome]] [[NoKoreansInJapan [[UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan Koreans]].
8th Sep '15 6:54:21 PM OmegaRadiance
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* TemporaryBulkChange: Hideki, Ichiro, and Pandaikon thanks to Kimchi.
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* TemporaryBulkChange: Hideki, Ichiro, and Pandaikon grow muscles thanks to Kimchi.Kimchi in episode 2.
8th Sep '15 6:36:05 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* TranslationConvention: [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in episode 11. -->'''Hideki''': (to Pandaikon) ''Speak English!'' Or Japanese, or...

* WidgetSeries: Well what did you expect?! This shows is made by the guy who made ''Anime/ExcelSaga''!
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* WidgetSeries: Well what did you expect?! This shows show is made by the guy who made ''Anime/ExcelSaga''!
25th Jul '15 4:45:48 PM nombretomado
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* CulturalCrossReference: MichaelJackson shows up as one of the villains.
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* CulturalCrossReference: MichaelJackson Music/MichaelJackson shows up as one of the villains.

** In one of the episodes, the villain is an {{Expy}} of MichaelJackson, so you can bet there's plenty of shout-out-related fun to be had, ''especially'' in the dub.
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** In one of the episodes, the villain is an {{Expy}} of MichaelJackson, Music/MichaelJackson, so you can bet there's plenty of shout-out-related fun to be had, ''especially'' in the dub.
17th Jun '15 1:58:33 PM StFan
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/daikon_1.jpg [[caption-width:300:The main characters of ''Nerima Daikon Brothers''. From the left: Mako, Hideki, and Ichiro (no, not the pandas).]] ''Nerima Daikon Brothers'' is about three struggling would-be musicians, Ichiro, Hideki and Mako, who dream of becoming a famous R&B act and building a huge domed stadium where they play sold-out shows night in and night out that also carries their namesake. In the meantime, they run a daikon (radish) farm in Nerima Ward (famous for its daikon harvests) while trying to fend off creditors, their neighbors, trespassers, and Mako's unmitigated greed.
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http://static.[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/daikon_1.jpg [[caption-width:300:The jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300:The main characters of ''Nerima Daikon Brothers''. From the left: Mako, Hideki, and Ichiro (no, not the pandas).]] ]] ''Nerima Daikon Brothers'' is about three struggling would-be musicians, Ichiro, Hideki and Mako, who dream of becoming a famous R&B act and building a huge domed stadium where they play sold-out shows night in and night out that also carries their namesake. In the meantime, they run a daikon (radish) farm in Nerima Ward (famous for its daikon harvests) while trying to fend off creditors, their neighbors, trespassers, and Mako's unmitigated greed.

http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/daikon_1.jpg [[caption-width:300:The main characters of ''Nerima Daikon Brothers''. From the left: Mako, Hideki, and Ichiro (no, not the pandas).]] ''Nerima Daikon Brothers'' is about three struggling would-be musicians, Ichiro, Hideki and Mako, who dream of becoming a famous R&B act and building a huge domed stadium where they play sold-out shows night in and night out that also carries their namesake. In the meantime, they run a daikon (radish) farm in Nerima Ward (famous for its daikon harvests) while trying to fend off creditors, their neighbors, trespassers, and Mako's unmitigated greed.

!!This show provides examples of:
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!!This show provides examples of:!!Tropes:
10th Jun '15 12:27:55 AM Sheora
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Tropes cannot be averted "heavily." This is cruft.
* NoKoreansInJapan: Averted quite heavily in the second episode, about a Korean-owned pachinko parlor.
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* NoKoreansInJapan: Averted quite heavily in the second episode, about a Korean-owned pachinko parlor.
12th Mar '15 3:07:25 PM pratchettgaiman
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* BigGood: "Pops," aka Nabeshin, who each episode rents the NDB an item which helps them fix their problems

* DeadpanSnarker: It seems to be physically impossible for Ichiro to ''not'' talk in a deadpan tone

* LoanShark: The ATM which loans money (at apparently disastrous rates) to the main characters once an episode, complete with song and a band of identical dancers
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* LoanShark: The ATM from the Nerima Agricultural Bank which loans money (at apparently disastrous rates) to the main characters once an episode, complete with song and a band of identical dancersscantily-clad dancers. [[spoiler: In the last episode Hideki manages to buy the dancers' loyalty in the fight against Prime Minister Oizumi]]

* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: A large number of the villains are parodies of celebs or political figures from Japan.
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: A large number of the villains are parodies of celebs or political figures from Japan. The BigBad is an Expy of [[spoiler" Junichiro Koizumi, the prime minister at the time the show came out]]

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: A large number of ** Also someone exclaims their need for money, and the villains are parodies of celebs or political figures from Japan.ATM and dancers for the NAB show up to loan them some
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