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Revision as of 17:13, March 20, 2019

Official anime adaptation logo

Official anime adaptation logo.

5Toubun no Hanayome is an anime produced by Tezuka Studio and broadcasted by TBS based on a manga series of the same name by Negi Haruba. The anime will run for 12 episodes[1] and the first episode will premier on 10 January 2019.[1]

Synopsis

Fuutarou Uesugi is a poor & anti-social top student. One day, he gets a job tutoring a rich family that's new to town. Fuutarou's soon-to-be students are revealed to be his new classmates, Itsuki Nakano, and her four quintuplet sisters. Despite the girls' poor first impression of Fuutarou, he tries seriously to do his job, only to find they have terrible grades and terribly complex personalities.

List of Episodes

# Image Episode Title Air Date
1 The Five-Part Bride

(五等分の花嫁, Go Tōbun no Hanayome?)

January 10, 2019
2 Confession on the Rooftop

(屋上の告白, Okujō no Kokuhaku?)

January 17, 2019
3 Plenty of Problems

(問題は山積み, Mondai wa Yamazumi?)

January 24, 2019
4 Today’s a Day Off

(今日はお休み, Kyō Wa o Yasumi?)

January 31, 2019
5 Everyone Divided in Five

(全員で五等分, Zenin de Go Tōbun?)

February 7, 2019
6 What They Have Accumulated

(積み上げたもの, Tsumiageta Mono?)

February 14, 2019
7 Fuutarou the Lying Liar

(嘘つき嘘たろう, Usotsuki Usotarō?)

February 21, 2019
8 The Picture That Started It All

(始まりの写真, Hajimari no shashin?)

February 28, 2019
9 The Binding Legend: Day 1

(結びの伝説1日目, Musubi no densetsu 1-nichi-me?)

March 8, 2019
10 The Binding Legend: Day 2

(結びの伝説2日目, Musubi no densetsu futsukame?)

March 15, 2019

List of Blu-ray & DVD

Volume 1

Cover character(s): Ichika
Release: March 20, 2019
Catalog: PCXP.50641 (BD)PCBP.54071 (DVD)

List of Episodes:


Volume 2

Cover character(s): Nino
Release: April 17, 2019
Catalog: PCXP.50642 (BD)PCBP.54072 (DVD)

List of Episodes:


Volume 3

Cover character(s): Miku
Release: May 15, 2019
Catalog: PCXP.50643 (BD)PCBP.54073 (DVD)

List of Episodes:


Volume 4

Cover character(s): Yotsuba
Release: June 19, 2019
Catalog: PCXP.50644 (BD)PCBP.54074 (DVD)

List of Episodes:


Volume 5

Cover character(s): Itsuki
Release: July 17, 2019
Catalog: PCXP.50645 (BD)PCBP.54075 (DVD)

List of Episodes:



Promo Materials

Media

TV Promotional Videos

5Toubun no Hanayome Anime PV

5Toubun no Hanayome Anime PV

TV Commercial

5Toubun no Hanayome TV Commercial -五等分の花嫁-

5Toubun no Hanayome TV Commercial -五等分の花嫁-

Staff and Cast

The anime is announced in August 2017 with the following cast and staff:[1]

Staff

  • Studio: Tezuka Productions (Dagashi Kashi 2)
  • Director: Satoshi Kuwabara (directed YuGiOh DD)
  • Series Composition: Keiichiro Ochi (composed Hinamatsuri)
  • Character Designer: Michinosuke Nakamura (Kumi to Tulip animation director), Miyabi Gagaku
  • Prop Design: Miki Ogino (Boku no Hero Academia The Movie: Futari no Hero animation director), Tetsuya Kawaishi (SD Gundam manga)
  • Art Director: Masakazu Saito (Galaxy Angel Z animation director)
  • Color Setting: Yumi Yuya (Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri 2nd Season)
  • Director of Photography: Kazumasa Someya (Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou)
  • Editing: Wataru Uchida (Dagashi Kashi 2)
  • Sound Director: Takuya Hiramitsu (Anima Yell!)
  • Music: Natsumi Tabuchi (Konbini Kareshi), Hanae Nakamura (Clockwork Planet), Miki Sakurai (Aggressive Retsuko)

Cast

  • Fuutarou Uesugi: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Kirito from SAO, Souma from SnS, Sorata from Sakurasou)
  • Ichika Nakano: Kana Hanazawa (Nadeko from Monogatari, Kosaki from Nisekoi)
  • Nino Nakano: Ayana Taketatsu (Hotaru from Dagashi Kashi, Yuzu from Citrus, Kirino from Oreimo)
  • Miku Nakano: Miku Itou
  • Yotsuba Nakano: Ayane Sakura (Cocoa from Gochiusa, Iroha from Oregairu, Haru from Nisekoi)
  • Itsuki Nakano: Inori Minase (Rem from Rezero, Chino from Gochiusa, Hestia from Danmachi)
  • Raiha Uesugi: Natsumi Takamori (Joutarou from Jojo, Misaki from Sakurasou, Souna from DxD)
  • Isanari Uesugi: Satoshi Hino (Akito from Bakuman, Ainz from Overlord, Saito from Zero no Tsukaima, Sai from Naruto)

Theme Song

Gotoubun on Kimochi Opening

Gotoubun on Kimochi Opening

内田彩

内田彩

TVアニメ「五等分の花嫁」キャラクターソング・ミニアルバム

TVアニメ「五等分の花嫁」キャラクターソング・ミニアルバム

Trivia

  • Ayane Sakura initially planned to voice all of the quintuplets in the anime. This was ultimately not implemented due to concerns over the stress that having to voice all the quintuplets would cause to Sakura's voice and throat.[2]
  • Fuutarou's Japanese Voice Actor have worked together with each of Nakano Quintuplet's Japanese Voice Actor in various series (bolded text means Main Character status):
    • Fuutarou, Nino and Yotsuba are Freed, Koneko and Gasper (High School DxD).
    • Fuutarou, Yotsuba and Ichika are Yuu, Tear and Firill (Unlimited Fafnir).
    • Fuutarou, Isanari and Raiha are Moreno, Lassic and Priscilla (Grancrest War).
    • Fuutarou and Itsuki are Bell and Hestia (Danmachi), Petelgeuse and Rem (ReZero) and Flat and Reines (Lord El-Melloi II Case Files).
    • Fuutarou and Yotsuba are Arata and Levi (Trinity Seven).
    • Fuutarou and Miku are Yuuki and Sahono (Mangaka-san to Assistant-san).
    • Fuutaro and Ichika are Lubock and Seryuu (Akame Ga Kill) and Godou and Mariya (Campione).
    • Fuutarou and Nino are Kirito and Leafa (Sword Art Online).
    • Ichika, Itsuki and Fuutarou are Shirase, Mari and Toshio (Sora Yori).
    • Ichika and Yotsuba are Akane and Mika (Psycho Pass), Kosaki and Haru (Nisekoi) and Naho and Rio (Orange).
    • Nino and Ichika are Kirino and Ruri (OreImo) and Sakura and Juri (Sekai de Ichiban).
    • Yotsuba and Miku are Ran and Kokoro (BanG Dream).
    • Yotsuba and Itsuki are Akari and Nonoka (Aria the Scarlet Ammo).
    • Itsuki and Yotsuba are Suzune and Yuiko (LoveLab) and Hibiki and Utsutsu (Basilisk).
  • Fuutarou's English Voice Actor have worked together with each of Nakano Quintuplet's English Voice Actor in various series (bolded text means Main Character status):
    • Fuutarou, Miku, and Itsuki are Maou Sadao, Emi Yusa, and Chiho Sasaki and Issei, Raynare, and Serafall. Add Yotsuba and you've got Shido, Mana, Yoshino, and Kotori.
    • Fuutarou, Miku, Yotsuba, Ichika, Nino, and Itsuki are Tokoyami, Tooru, Ibara, Nejire, Mandalay, and Ragdoll.
    • Ichika and Nino are Akane Shinjo and Rikka Takarada.
    • Ichika, Itsuki and Fuutarou are Nagisa Shiota, Manami Okuda, and Teppei Araki.
    • Fuutarou and Raiha (Dani Chambers) are Joseph and Chise.
    • Fuutarou and Yotsuba are Armin Arlert and Historia Reiss.
    • Yotsuba and Raiha (Dani Chambers) are Jeanne and Philip.
    • Fuutarou, Nino, and Miku are Touya, Linze, and Yumina.
    • Nino, Itsuki, and Yotsuba are Hifumi, Hajime, and Nene.

References

  1. ^ a b c TBS: 5Toubun no Hanayome Official Site
  2. ^ Haruba, Negi [@negi_haruba] (19 October 2018). "It's too hard for Ayane Sakura" (Tweet in Japanese) – via Twitter.

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