Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi

Furusato Saisei Nihon no MukashibanashiFurusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi (ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし) is a Japanese anime television series that adapts various traditional stories from Japan.

Title: Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi
English: Folktales from Japan
Japanese: ふるさと再生 日本の昔ばなし
Type: TV
Episodes: Unknown
Premiered: April 1, 2012
Season: Spring 2012
Broadcast: Sundays at 09:00 (JST)
Producers: TV Tokyo, Sony Music Entertainment, Peter Pan Creation
Studios: Tomason
Network: TV Tokyo
Genres: Historical, Kids, Supernatural
Duration: 24 min.
Rating: G – All Ages
Prequel:
Sequel:
Others:
Opening Theme: “Hitori no Kimi ga Umareta to sa.” by Shoko Nakagawa
Ending Theme #1: “Arukou, (あるこう)” by Shoko Nakagawa (1-52)
Ending Theme #2: “Pyon Pyon Punyo Punyo no Uta” by Star Flower (53 – ??)


Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi Synopsis

Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a bamboo; the old man who can make a dead cherry tree blossom, etc. These short stories that teach kids to see both the dark and bright sides of life have passed traditional moral values from generation to generation.

Each half-hour episode of Folktales from Japan consists of three self-contained stories, well-known and unknown, with a special focus on heartwarming stories that originate from Tohoku, the northern region heavily touched by the earthquake of 2011. May this program help cheer up earthquake victims and cast a light of hope for them? -Crunchyroll-


Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanashi Characters List

MAIN


Male Narrator Emoto Akira
Female Narrator Matsukane Yoneko

SUPPORTING


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Marketplace

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Bibliography

Mukashibanashi Official Website
Folktales From Japan Wikipedia
Furusato Saisei: Nihon no Mukashibanasi MAL