History Manga / SazaeSan

1st Aug '17 12:57:18 PM fruitstripegum
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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: Subverted. One episode had characters reminiscing to events that happened in a very early episode, back when some of the characters had different voice actors. Rather than redub those scenes, they used it as is, complete with the original voices. It was REALLY noticeable. It should be noted there was a 40 year gap between the original episodes and the flashback.

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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: Subverted. One episode had characters reminiscing to about events that happened in a very early episode, back when some of the characters had different voice actors. Rather than redub those scenes, they used it as is, complete with the original voices. It was REALLY noticeable. It should be noted there was a 40 year gap between the original episodes and the flashback.



* LipstickMark: Turns out to be from little sister playing with lipstick and wiping it off with the nearest cloth object, a married man's shirt.

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* LipstickMark: Turns out to be from the little sister playing with lipstick and wiping it off with the nearest cloth object, a married man's shirt.
5th Oct '16 4:12:49 AM SpaceDrake
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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a {{Long Runner|s}}. The nearest American parallel one can draw is, perhaps, ''ComicStrip/Peanuts''.

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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a {{Long Runner|s}}. The nearest American parallel one can draw is, perhaps, ''ComicStrip/Peanuts''.''{{ComicStrip/Peanuts}}''.
5th Oct '16 4:12:33 AM SpaceDrake
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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a {{Long Runner|s}}.

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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a {{Long Runner|s}}. The nearest American parallel one can draw is, perhaps, ''ComicStrip/Peanuts''.
20th Mar '16 3:11:29 PM aye_amber
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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a LongRunner.

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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, which also deals with similar topics and also being a LongRunner.{{Long Runner|s}}.



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17th Feb '16 5:54:15 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:300:The titular character, Sazae Fuguta.]]

An ancient Japanese comic strip that dates back to 1946 and, perhaps more notably, holds the world record for the longest running animated series of all time new ''Sazae-san'' episodes have been airing since October 5, 1969, making it a pop culture staple of Japan. It almost always has higher TV ratings in Japan than any other anime (and even most other TV shows ''period''), and by a significant margin. Airings of ''Sazae-san'' in its Sunday evening timeslot regularly have viewership numbering over a tenth of the entire Japanese population. In other words, it's a pretty big deal. Despite this, it is not very well known outside of its home country (hence, the lonely singular block of text). The series centers around Sazae Fuguta, a somewhat typical Japanese housewife with very young siblings. Each episode of the anime is made up of three self-contained stories. It focuses on aspects of traditional Japanese daily life and culture, and hearkens back to an earlier, simpler, less-rushed time (since both series are so old), and relies on a Japanese sensibility to appreciate. Hence, its popularity in Japan and obscurity everywhere else.

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[[caption-width-right:300:The [[caption-width-right:300: The titular character, Sazae Fuguta.]]

An ancient Japanese comic strip that dates back to 1946 and, perhaps more notably, holds the world record for the longest running animated series of all time new ''Sazae-san'' episodes have been airing since October 5, 1969, making it a pop culture staple of Japan.UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}. It almost always has higher TV ratings in Japan than any other anime (and even most other TV shows ''period''), and by a significant margin. Airings of ''Sazae-san'' in its Sunday evening timeslot regularly have viewership numbering over a tenth of the entire Japanese population. In other words, it's a pretty big deal. Despite this, it is not very well known outside of its home country (hence, the lonely singular block of text). The series centers around Sazae Fuguta, a somewhat typical Japanese housewife with very young siblings. Each episode of the anime is made up of three self-contained self contained stories. It focuses on aspects of traditional Japanese daily life and culture, and hearkens back to an earlier, simpler, less-rushed less rushed time (since both series are so old), and relies on a Japanese sensibility to appreciate. Hence, its popularity in Japan and obscurity everywhere else.






!!Tropes associated with/seen in this series include:

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!!Tropes
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In order to get out of going to school, Katsu says he's got a stomach-ache. When everyone else shares some cake, he realizes that this wasn't a very good move.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In order to get out of going to school, Katsu says he's got a stomach-ache.stomach ache. When everyone else shares some cake, he realizes that this wasn't a very good move.



** '''''The''''' animation example. It began in 1969 and still runs to this day, over 40 years later. Over 2,000 half-hour episodes have been made.

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** '''''The''''' animation example. It began in 1969 and still runs to this day, over 40 years later. Over 2,000 half-hour half hour episodes have been made.



* ThemeNaming: Most of the major characters are named after seafood, reflecting the time period the strip was created in -- one of the aims of the creator was to hearken back to times of full stomachs. The series began in 1946, just after WorldWarTwo, when much of the population was still teetering on the brink of starvation.

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* ThemeNaming: Most of the major characters are named after seafood, reflecting the time period the strip was created in -- one of the aims of the creator was to hearken back to times of full stomachs. The series began in 1946, just after WorldWarTwo, UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, when much of the population was still teetering on the brink of starvation.



13th Sep '15 2:08:16 PM nombretomado
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* NorioWakamoto: He plays many, ''many'' characters on the show. [[{{MemeticBadass}} No wonder it's been so successful.]]
22nd Jul '15 8:59:20 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:273:The titular character, Sazae Fuguta.]]

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[[caption-width-right:273:The [[caption-width-right:300:The titular character, Sazae Fuguta.]]]]


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6th May '15 3:05:49 PM Alvin
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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, who also deals with similar topics and also being a LongRunner.

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Compare it with ''ComicBook/LaFamiliaBurron'' in Mexico, who which also deals with similar topics and also being a LongRunner.
5th Nov '14 12:40:35 PM MisterBeeg
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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: Subverted. One episode had characters reminiscing to events that happened in a very early episode, back when some of the characters had different voice actors. Rather than redub those scenes, they used it as is, complete with the original voices. It was REALLY noticeable. It should be noted there was a 40 year gap between the original episodes and the flashback.
16th Jul '14 5:13:25 PM SaiyaJedi
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* ThemeNaming: Most of the major characters are named after seafood, reflecting the time period the strip was created in -- one of the aims of the creator was to hearken back to times of full stomachs.

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* ThemeNaming: Most of the major characters are named after seafood, reflecting the time period the strip was created in -- one of the aims of the creator was to hearken back to times of full stomachs. The series began in 1946, just after WorldWarTwo, when much of the population was still teetering on the brink of starvation.
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