History Anime / OtogiZoshi

18th Jun '17 3:00:28 PM nombretomado
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* UntranslatedTitle: Otogizoushi means, according to ThatOtherWiki, "Companion tales".

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* UntranslatedTitle: Otogizoushi means, according to ThatOtherWiki, Wiki/ThatOtherWiki, "Companion tales".
6th Jan '15 1:51:28 PM nombretomado
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''Otogi Zoshi'' is an {{anime}} produced by ProductionIG, which follows the story of Hikaru and a number of people surrounding her. While at first it may look to nothing more than HistoricalFiction with fantasy elements mixed in, that's only true of the first half. Halfway through, the series goes through a combination {{Timeskip}} / GenreShift to present day where strange UrbanLegends keep coming true. The two plots do overlap.

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''Otogi Zoshi'' is an {{anime}} produced by ProductionIG, Creator/ProductionIG, which follows the story of Hikaru and a number of people surrounding her. While at first it may look to nothing more than HistoricalFiction with fantasy elements mixed in, that's only true of the first half. Halfway through, the series goes through a combination {{Timeskip}} / GenreShift to present day where strange UrbanLegends keep coming true. The two plots do overlap.
6th May '14 11:30:09 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Hachiko}}: Brought up when discussing an [[UrbanLegends urban legend]] of a spectral white dog.
30th Dec '13 5:46:25 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* {{Narm}}: Many of Shuten Doji's actions in episode 10.
26th Dec '13 9:27:12 PM Tiffany
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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the Heian Arc, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator. [[spoiler:]]Manzairaku music and dance is associated with extremely long life, literally 10,000 years, which is also appropriate for this character.

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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the Heian Arc, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator. [[spoiler:]]Manzairaku [[spoiler:Manzairaku music and dance is associated with extremely long life, literally 10,000 years, which is also appropriate for this character.]]
26th Dec '13 9:24:41 PM Tiffany
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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the Heian Arc, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.
**** [[spoiler:]] Manzairaku music and dance is associated with extremely long life, literally 10,000 years, which is also appropriate for this character.

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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the Heian Arc, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.
**** [[spoiler:]] Manzairaku
translator. [[spoiler:]]Manzairaku music and dance is associated with extremely long life, literally 10,000 years, which is also appropriate for this character.
26th Dec '13 9:14:52 PM Tiffany
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**** [[spoiler:]] Manzairaku music and dance is associated with extremely long life, literally 10,000 years, which is also appropriate for this character.
26th Dec '13 9:07:55 PM Tiffany
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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the anime, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.

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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the anime, Heian Arc, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.
26th Dec '13 9:02:32 PM Tiffany
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** Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the anime, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.

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** MeaningfulName: Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the anime, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.
26th Dec '13 8:56:51 PM Tiffany
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** Or the names are significant in other ways: The kanji in Mansairaku's name are the same as for Manzairaku, an ancient Japanese Bugaku court dance. As presented in the anime, Mansairaku is a Bugaku dancer. The difference in the translation ("sai" vs. "zai") may simply be a preference of the translator.
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