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Gokinjo Monogatari Episode 33

An animated adaptation of the manga ran for 50 episodes from September 10, 1995, through September 1, 1996. Produced by Toei Animation, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation and Asatsu-DK, the series is directed by Atsutoshi Umezawa, with Aya Matsui handling series composition, Yoshihiko Umakoshi designing the characters and Masahiro Kawasaki composing the music. A DVD box set containing all episodes was released on September 28, 2005. The opening theme is "He.Ro.I.Ne", the first ending theme is "Don't You Know?!" and the second ending theme is "NG!", all sung by Rumi Shishido. The animated Gokinjo Monogatari movie has a 30-minute runtime and was released on March 2, 1996. It is an alternate retelling of the beginning of the series. It was released theatrically as a back-to-back presentation alongside Dragon Ball: The Path to Power. Ai Yazawa, the original author of the manga, makes a cameo appearance in the final episode, voicing a flea market customer.

Gokinjo Monogatari Episode 33

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The adaptation features a high amount of original episodes that dont affect the plot since the original story was not completed at the time of the TV broadcast. The last chapter to be adapted is volume 4 chapter 17 in episode 49.

Gokinjo Monogatari is a 1995 Japanese anime television series based on Ai Yazawa's manga of the same name. Produced by Toei Animation, the 50-episode series aired on TV Asahi from September 10, 1995 to September 1, 1996.

Almost the entire fourth episode of the first OVA consists of nothing but the main cast relaxing in the hot springs. Ryoko Hakubi mocks Ayeka by pulling of her towel, so Tenchi gets to see her naked (Sasami stands in shadow with Ryo-Ohki on her head). 041b061a72


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