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Nodame Cantabile

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( Nodame Kantābire ) Genre Slice of life, Romantic comedy, Drama Manga Written by Tomoko Ninomiya Published by Kodansha English publisher NA Del Rey Manga (former) Kodansha Comics USA (digital, current) [1] Demographic Josei Magazine Kiss Original run 10 July 2001 – 10 October 2009 Volumes 23 (List of volumes) Television drama Directed by Takeuchi Hideki Original network Fuji TV Original run 16 October 2006 – 25 December 2006 Episodes 11 Anime television series Directed by Ken'ichi Kasai Written by Tomoko Konparu Studio J.C.Staff Original network Fuji TV (Noitamina), Animax English network SEA Animax Asia Original run 11 January 2007 – 26 June 2007 Episodes 23 + 1 (List of episodes) Television drama Nodame Cantabile Shinshun Special in Europe Directed by Takeuchi Hideki Original network Fuji TV Original run 4 January 2008 – 5 January 2008 Episodes 2 Anime television series Nodame Cantabile: Paris-Hen Directed by Chiaki Kon Written by Yōji Enokido Studio J.C.Staff Original network Fuji TV (Noitamina) Original run 9 October 2008 – 18 December 2008 Episodes 11 + 1 (List of episodes) Manga Nodame Cantabile - Opera Hen Written by Tomoko Ninomiya Published by Kodansha Demographic Josei Magazine Kiss Original run 10 December 2009 – 10 September 2010 Volumes 2 Live-action film Nodame Cantabile Saishū Gakushō Zen-Pen Released 19 December 2009  ( 2009-12-19 ) Live-action film Nodame Cantabile Saishū Gakushō Kou-Hen Released 17 April 2010  ( 2010-04-17 ) Anime television series Nodame Cantabile: Finale Directed by Chiaki Kon Written by Kazuki Nakashima Studio J.C.Staff Original network Fuji TV (Noitamina) Original run 14 January 2010 – 25 March 2010 Episodes 11 + 2 (List of episodes) Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and Manga portal

Nodame Cantabile (Japanese: のだめカンタービレ , Hepburn: Nodame Kantābire ) is a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized in Japan by Kodansha in the magazine Kiss from July 2001 to October 2009 and collected in 23 tankōbon volumes. A two-volume sequel, called Nodame Cantabile: Opera Chapter , which began serialization in the December 2009 issue of Kiss , was released in 2010. [ citation needed ] It is licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga. The series depicts the relationship between two aspiring classical musicians, Megumi "Nodame" Noda and Shinichi Chiaki, as university students and after graduation. It received the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award for best shōjo manga.

The series has been adapted as four different television series: as an award-winning Japanese live-action drama that aired in 2006 followed by a sequel television special that aired in January 2008, as an anime series spanning three seasons with the first broadcast in 2007, the second in 2008 and the third in 2010. [2] Two live-action movie sequels to the Japanese television drama, with the same actors, were produced with release dates of 18 December 2009 and April 2010. [3] In addition, several soundtrack albums of classical music have been released, as well as three video games. A South Korean drama live action adaptation aired on the KBS network in 2014. [4] [5]

In 2016 a final installment was published in the April edition of Kiss .

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Development
  • 3 Media
    • 3.1 Manga
    • 3.2 Live-action drama
    • 3.3 Anime
    • 3.4 Music
    • 3.5 Games
  • 4 Reception
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Plot [ edit ]

Further information: List of Nodame Cantabile characters

Shinichi Chiaki, an arrogant, multilingual perfectionist, is the top student at Momogaoka College of Music and has secret ambitions to become a conductor. Born into a musical family, he is talented in piano and violin and once lived abroad in the music capitals of the world as a young boy (namely Prague), but is trapped in Japan because of his childhood phobia of airplanes and the ocean. In contrast, Megumi Noda, or "Nodame", is a piano student at Momogaoka, notorious for messiness and eccentric behavior. Despite being very talented, Nodame prefers to play by ear rather than according to the musical score; thus, she is regarded as sloppy and playful.

When they meet by accident, Nodame quickly falls in love, but it takes much longer for Chiaki to even begin to appreciate Nodame's unusual qualities. Their relationship causes them both to develop and grow. Along the way, they meet some crazy people (like Masumi, Mine, and Stresemann) and make lasting friendships. Because of Nodame, Chiaki gets the opportunity to lead a student orchestra and begins to have a broader appreciation of people's musical abilities. Because of Chiaki, Nodame faces her fears and enters a piano competition. Opportunities open up as both begin taking risks, stretching themselves far more than they ever thought possible.

After graduation, Nodame succeeds in curing Chiaki from his phobias and they both move to Paris, where Nodame continues her piano studies at the Conservatoire de Paris while Chiaki starts a professional career as a conductor. In Europe, they encounter new friends and rivals, as well as keep in touch with their friends from Japan.

Development [ edit ]

Tomoko Ninomiya based the character of Megumi Noda on a real-life counterpart with the same name. Ninomiya first learned about the real Noda when the latter, a music college student at the time, posted a photograph of her messy room on a website Ninomiya managed. This inspired her to start a comedy series about a sloppy music student. Ninomiya consults with Noda about musical details, claiming to receive inspiration from her, and thanks Noda in the acknowledgments of every tankōbon volume of Nodame Cantabile . [6] [7] Noda, currently a piano teacher in Fukuoka (the home-town of her fictional counterpart), composed the music and co-wrote (with Ninomiya) the lyrics for the "Fart Song" Nodame plays in the first episode of the anime series, [6] and visited Ninomiya upon the birth of her son. [8]

Ninomiya also based the character of James DePreist, the musical director of the fictional Roux-Marlet Orchestra in Paris, on a real-life counterpart with the same name. James DePreist was Permanent Conductor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and conducted the Nodame Orchestra, which provided the music for both the live-action drama and the anime adaptations.

Media [ edit ]

Manga [ edit ]

Main article: List of Nodame Cantabile chapters

The Nodame Cantabile manga was written and illustrated by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized by Kodansha in the biweekly josei (aimed at younger adult women) manga magazine Kiss from 10 July 2001, to 10 October 2009. The untitled chapters have been collected in 23 tankōbon volumes. It was licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga, [9] which released 16 of the 23 volumes. [ citation needed ] In 2016 Kodansha USA announced that they received the rights to the series for digital release. [10] It is licensed in France by Pika Édition, [11] in South Korea by Daiwon C.I., [12] in Thailand by NED Comics, [13] in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo, [14] and in Taiwan by Tong Li Comics. [15] All volume covers feature Nodame with a musical instrument.

Starting in May 2008, Japanese serialization changed from biweekly to monthly because of Ninomiya's pregnancy. Serialization went on hiatus starting October 2008 following the birth of her son and Ninomiya's subsequent diagnosis of having carpal tunnel syndrome, but resumed again with the 10 March 2009 issue of Kiss on an irregular schedule depending on her continued recovery. [16] In June 2009, the series went on hiatus again when Ninomiya was hospitalized with acute appendicitis, and resumed serialization in the 25 July issue. [17] In July 2009, Asahi Shimbun reported that the manga was scheduled to end in the spring of 2010, coinciding with the release of the final live-action movie. [17] [18] However, the series ended with chapter 136 in the 10 October 2009 issue of the magazine.

Starting in late 2009, a sequel titled Nodame Cantabile - Opera Hen started running in the same magazine. It ended in September 2010. The numbering of the volumes follow right after the original series so they start at volume 24.

On 25 February 2016 in the April 2016 edition of Kiss , Ninomiya published, a one shot set five years after the last installment, it has been described as a final coda to Nodame and Chiaki's story. [19]

Live-action drama [ edit ]

Nodame Cantabile has been adapted as a live-action television drama broadcast in 11 hour-long episodes from 16 October – 25 December 2006, on Fuji TV, covering events up to volume 9 of the manga. This was followed by a four-hour sequel television special, Nodame Cantabile New Year's Special in Europe , adapting further events in the manga after Chiaki and Nodame move to Paris, broadcast on Fuji TV on 4 and 5 January 2008. These were directed by Hideki Takeuchi from scripts by Rin Etou, and starred Hiroshi Tamaki as Shinichi Chiaki and Juri Ueno as Megumi "Nodame" Noda.

Music direction was by Daisuke Mogi with original music by Takayuki Hattori, with several works of classical music featured in each episode. [20] The orchestral music was performed by Nodame Orchestra, which consisted of members specially selected for the live-action drama with professional support from the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. The Orchestra was conducted by James DePriest, Permanent Conductor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra, who would later have his name and likeness used in the Nodame storyline as the musical director of the fictional Roux-Marlet Orchestra. The opening theme for both the drama series and special was the First movement ("Andante Cantabile") from Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 , and the ending theme was Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue , both performed by the Nodame Orchestra conducted by Toshiaki Umeda.

An episode of PuriGorota: Uchū no Yūjō Daibōken ( プリごろ太 宇宙の友情大冒険 ) , the fictional anime series that Nodame watches, was created by J.C.Staff for the drama. The anime was written and directed by Ken'ichi Kasai, the director of the first season of the Nodame Cantabile anime. Segments of the PuriGorota anime were shown during episode 4 of the Nodame Cantabile drama, with the complete anime released as a DVD extra with the Nodame Cantabile anime series.

Two live-action movie sequels to the television drama with the same actors were produced, with the first film being released in December 2009, while the second film was released in April 2010. [3] Filming began in May 2009 and lasted for five months, [21] and included location filming in Vienna. [17] On 4 May 2009, the drama began airing in the Philippines on the GMA Network. [22] In South Korea the drama aired on MBC's cable channel where it achieved peak ratings of 2%, which is a record high for a foreign cable drama. [23]

A South Korean adaptation titled Naeil's Cantabile starring Joo Won, Shim Eun-kyung and Park Bo-gum aired on KBS2 in 2014. [4] [5]

Anime [ edit ]

Main article: List of Nodame Cantabile episodes

Nodame Cantabile was also adapted as an anime television series, produced by Fuji TV and animated by J.C.Staff. The series was broadcast on Fuji and associated stations in the Noitamina time slot. The first season, titled Nodame Cantabile , was broadcast in 23 episodes from 11 January – 28 June 2007, and the second season, called Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter , was broadcast in 11 episodes from 8 October – 18 December 2008. Both seasons were also later aired in Japan on the satellite television network Animax. The first season was directed by Ken'ichi Kasai (the director of the Honey and Clover anime) and the second season by Chiaki Kon, and starred Ayako Kawasumi as Megumi "Nodame" Noda and Tomokazu Seki as Shin'ichi Chiaki. An original video animation (OVA) episode was included with the limited edition volume 22 of the manga when it was published in Japan on 10 August 2009, [24] and a third and final anime season, called Nodame Cantabile: Finale began airing in January 2010. [2] [17]

On 6 February 2009, the series received its English language television premiere on Animax Asia across its networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia, airing the series with its original Japanese audio and English subtitles. [25] and later its air in English Dubbed on 12 June 2009.

The music director for both seasons was Suguru Matsutani. As with the live-action drama, several works of classical music were featured in each episode, [26] performed by the Nodame Orchestra. The opening theme of season one was "Allegro Cantabile" by Suemitsu & The Suemith, and the ending themes were "Konna ni Chikaku de..." by Crystal Kay (episodes 1–12), "Sagittarius" by Suemitsu & the Nodame Orchestra (episodes 13–22), and "Allegro Cantabile" by Suemitsu & The Suemith (episode 23). The opening theme for the second season was "Sky High" by The Gospellers (with melody taken from the Third movement ("Allegro Scherzando") of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2), and the ending theme was "Tokyo et Paris" ( 東京 et Paris , lit. "Tokyo and Paris") by Emiri Miyamoto x solita (with variations on the theme from Ravel's Boléro ). The opening theme for the final season is "Manazashi Daydream" by Yuu Sakai (with variations on the theme from Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring ) and the ending theme is "Kaze to Oka no Ballad (風と丘のバラード)" by Real Paradis with Nodame Orchestra.

The first season was released on 8 DVDs between April and November 2007. A box set was released in February 2008 with an additional 15-minute original video animation (OVA), taking place between episodes 8 and 9. The series has been licensed in Russia [ citation needed ] and South Korea. The first DVD of the second season was released on 24 December 2008.

Music [ edit ]

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Several albums of classical music have been released in association with Nodame Cantabile . Some were promotional tie-ins with the manga, while others are soundtrack albums for the live-action and anime series.

  • Nodame Cantabile - Released in September 2003 (ISBN B0000C4GLG), with sections of music by Rachmaninov, Liszt, Brahms, Gershwin, Beethoven, and Chopin that are performed by the characters in the manga series. The performers included the Vienna Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, and Berlin Philharmonic.
  • Nodame Cantabile Selection CD Book - Published on 10 August 2005, by Kodansha (ISBN 978-4-06-364646-7) as a book with accompanying CD. The CD includes works by Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Gershwin, Liszt, Mozart, Debussy, Ravel, and Richard Strauss that are performed by characters in the manga series. The book includes commentaries by music critic Sakuma.
  • Brahms Symphony Number 1: Nodame Cantabile - Released in September 2005 by King Records (ISBN B000ALJ16S), with recordings of Brahms's Symphony No. 1 and Schubert's Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished" , which are performed in the series by the R☆S Orchestra. 50,000 copies had been sold by the end of October 2005, the month after release. [ citation needed ]
  • Nodame Cantabile Selection CD Book vol.2 - Published in August 2006 by Kodansha (ISBN 978-4-06-364666-5), covering music that appeared in the manga series since the release of the first Selection CD Book , including pieces by Berlioz, Ravel, Stravinsky, Franck, Dukas, and Mozart. Included in the book are commentaries by oboist and conductor Daisuke Mogi and music professor Osawa Tetsu.
  • Nodame Orchestra LIVE! - Released on 15 November 2006 (ISBN B000I5YAD0) as a 2-CD soundtrack for the live-action drama as performed by the Nodame Orchestra. It included works by Beethoven, Gershwin, Mozart, Brahms, Pablo de Sarasate, Bach, Chopin, Debussy, Stravinsky, and Schubert. This reached number seven on the Oricon album chart. [27]
  • Nodame Orchestra STORY! - Released on 21 February 2007 (ISBN B000M7XSPU) as a 2-CD soundtrack from the first season of the anime series, again performed by the Nodame Orchestra. It included works as supposedly performed by the fictional student ensembles S Orchestra, A Orchestra, and R☆S Orchestra. It included works by Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Bartók, Dvořák, Gershwin, Rachmaninov, André Jolivet, Listz, Saint-Saëns, Elgar, Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Debussy, Schumann, Stravinsky, and de Sarasate.
  • Nodame Cantabile Selection CD Book vol.3 - Released in August 2008 (ISBN 978-4-06-364666-5), covering music that appeared in volumes 16–20 of manga series, since the release of the second Selection CD Book . It included works by Rossini, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Bach, and Debussy.
  • Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter - Released on 15 October 2008 (ISBN B001DNF70Q) as a 2-CD soundtrack from the second season of anime series, again performed by the Nodame Orchestra.

In addition, Nodame Cantabile Special BEST! Released in December 2007, a "best-of" compilation of the most popular works from these albums to date.

Games [ edit ]

Three Nodame Cantabile games have been released in Japan:

  • Nodame Cantabile for Nintendo DS, released on 19 April 2007, by Namco Bandai Games. [28] [29]
  • Nodame Cantabile for PlayStation 2, released on 19 July 2007, by Banpresto. [30]
  • Nodame Cantabile: Dream Orchestra ( のだめカンタービレ ドリーム☆オーケストラ ) for Wii console, released on 27 December 2007, by Namco Bandai Games. [31]

Reception [ edit ]

The manga of Nodame Cantabile received the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award for shōjo manga, [32] and was a jury recommendation at both the 2005 and 2008 Japan Media Arts Festivals. [33] [34] It was a finalist for the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in 2005 and 2006, [35] [36] but did not win. In 2006, the English translation was named by the New York Public Library as one of the Books for the Teen Age. [37] The series sold 2.8 million copies in 2008, making it the 8th best-selling manga series in Japan that year. [38] Volume 17 was the third best-selling manga on the Oricon charts for 2007, [39] and volumes 20 and 21 were the 6th and 7th best-selling manga on the Oricon charts for 2008, respectively, selling 1.2 million copies each. [40] According to an Oricon survey men and women aged 10–40, Nodame Cantabile was the second "most interesting" manga series published during 2008. [41] [42] The series and its associated music albums are credited with increasing sales of classical music in Japan. [43] As a whole, the series is a best-seller in Japan, having sold over 37 million copies as of March 2015. [44]

The English translation of Nodame Cantabile has been praised for its quirky, interesting characters, [45] sense of humor, [46] [47] and clean art. [48] [49] Dirk Deppey in The Comics Journal praised Ninomiya's storytelling, saying she "has a solid sense of when to accentuate the highs and lows with just the right note, and understands that one can only do this by not hitting such notes very often", resulting in "an understated soap opera" that is "a seamless and enjoyable storytelling experience." [50] Reviewers have called Ninomiya's character development subtle, [48] while noting it is the character interactions that drive the story, [51] [52] and that "each character has a real and lasting effect on others." [48] Reviewers also cite Ninomiya's ability to depict "scenes of people playing music that no one can hear" and her sense of humor as factors in the series' appeal. [45] [46] [53] [54] Ninomiya has been criticized for not handling transitions between storylines well, [55] [56] for sometimes letting the characters derail the story, [54] and for art and backgrounds that are sometimes too plain. [48] [57] [58] Matt Thorn criticized the English translation for inaccuracies of tone. [59]

The live-action drama received the 2007 Japanese Drama Academy Awards for Best Drama, Best Lead Actress (Juri Ueno), Best Direction (Hideki Takeuchi), Best Music (Takayuki Hattori), and Best Title Song; [60] the show was also recognized overseas as Best Miniseries at the 2nd Seoul Drama Festival. [ citation needed ] Juri Ueno also was named Best Newcomer at the Élan d'or Awards for her performance, [ citation needed ] and the next year was named Best Actress at the International Drama Festival in Tokyo Awards for reprising her role as Nodame in the television special. [61] The New Year's Special in Europe received an average household rating of 20.3% and 21.0% for the two nights it was broadcast in Japan, making it them the highest-rated drama episodes of the week. [62] The first soundtrack album for the drama, Nodame Orchestra LIVE! , reached number seven on the Oricon album chart, breaking the record for highest ranked classical music album. [27]

The opening episode of the anime series broke the record for audience share for its time-slot. [63] [64] The first DVD volume debuted at number 3 on the Oricon chart for anime the week it went on sale. [65]

Although the anime has not been licensed in English, it has still received notice from English reviewers, who praised the character development and chemistry, the balance between drama and comedy, voice acting, and especially the music—both the performances and how it was presented. [66] Reviewers did complain that the visual design of some secondary characters were too similar. [66]

In 2006, a cafe based on Nodame Cantabile opened in Harajuku, Tokyo, including live music from the live-action drama and sets from the show. [67]

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  52. ^ Van Gorder, Danielle (2 September 2008). "Nodame Cantabile Vol. #13". Mania.com . Retrieved 18 December 2008 . This series is all about the characters and the changing dynamics between them, and the various members of the supporting cast really do a lot to drive the series along.  
  53. ^ Santos, Carlo (5 September 2007). "Review: Nodame Cantabile: GN 10". Anime News Network . Retrieved 10 December 2008 . The series' artwork is at its most expressive when it comes to the music performance scenes ... sweeping lines, impressionistic backgrounds, and closeups that almost make it feel like being there... Ninomiya also uses layouts to her advantage—notice, for example, how the panels become more angular and compressed when Chiaki stresses out on his final assignment.  
  54. ^ a b Santos, Carlo (19 September 2008). "Review: Nodame Cantabile: GN 14". Anime News Network . Retrieved 10 December 2008 . If there is any criticism to be had, it's that Tomoko Ninomiya seems to be having so much fun portraying the characters that the storyline sometimes gets off track.  
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  56. ^ Chavez, Eduardo M. (10 October 2007). "Nodame Cantabile Vol. #10". Mania.com . Retrieved 12 December 2008 . After so much build up leading to Noda and Chiaki's decision to take their talents abroad, little of the preparation was discussed. Instead, Ninomiya fresh from a trip to France, jumped right into this next chapter  
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External links [ edit ]

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Kodansha Manga Award – Shōjo 1970s
  • Haikara-san ga Tōru by Waki Yamato and Candy Candy by Kyoko Mizuki and Yumiko Igarashi (1977)
  • Seito Shokun! by Yōko Shōji (1978)
  • The Star of Cottonland by Yumiko Ōshima (1979)
1980s
  • Lemon Report by Mayumi Yoshida (1980)
  • Ohayō! Spank by Shun'ichi Yukimuro and Shizue Takanashi (1981)
  • Yōkihi-den by Suzue Miuchi (1982)
  • Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi by Ryoko Yamagishi (1983)
  • Lady Love by Hiromu Ono (1984)
  • Mahiro Taiken by Naomi Nishi (1985)
  • Yūkan Club by Yukari Ichijō (1986)
  • Nana Iro Majikku by Yū Asagiri (1987)
  • Junjō Crazy Fruits by Akemi Matsunae (1988)
  • Chibi Maruko-chan by Momoko Sakura and Shiratori Reiko de Gozaimasu! by Yumiko Suzuki (1989)
1990s
  • Pride , Naka Marimura (1990)
  • Eien no Nohara by Mieko Ōsaka (1991)
  • Uchi no Mama ga iu Koto ni wa by Mariko Iwadate (1992)
  • Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi (1993)
  • Kimi no Te ga Sasayaite iru by Junko Karube (1994)
  • Sekai de Ichiban Yasashii Ongaku by Mari Ozawa (1995)
  • A Gentle Breeze in the Village by Fusako Kuramochi (1996)
  • Eight Clouds Rising by Natsumi Itsuki (1997)
  • Kodocha by Miho Obana (1998)
  • Peach Girl by Miwa Ueda (1999)
2000s
  • Guru Guru Pon-chan by Satomi Ikezawa (2000)
  • Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya (2001)
  • Antique Bakery by Fumi Yoshinaga (2002)
  • Honey and Clover by Chica Umino and Tramps Like Us by Yayoi Ogawa (2003)
  • Nodame Cantabile by Tomoko Ninomiya (2004)
  • Hey Pitan! by Risa Itō and A Perfect Day for Love Letters by George Asakura (2005)
  • Life by Keiko Suenobu (2006)
  • IS by Chiyo Rokuhana (2007)
  • Kimi ni Todoke by Karuho Shiina (2008)
  • Kiyoku Yawaku by Ryo Ikuemi (2009)
2010s
  • Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimura (2010)
  • Chihayafuru by Yuki Suetsugu (2011)
  • Shitsuren Chocolatier by Setona Mizushiro (2012)
  • My Love Story!! by Kazune Kawahara (2013)
  • Taiyō no Ie by Ta'amo (2014)
  • Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu by Tsunami Umino (2015)
  • Kiss Him, Not Me by Junko (2016)
  • P and JK by Maki Miyoshi (2017)
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Fuji Television (FNS) Monday 9 pm drama 1990s
  • Tokyo Love Story (1991)
  • Gakkō e ikō! (1991)
  • The 101st Proposal (1991)
  • Aitai Toki ni Anata wa Inai... (1991)
  • Anata Dake Mienai (1992)
  • Sugao no Mamade (1992)
  • Kimi no Tame ni Dekiru Koto (1992)
  • Hatachi no Yakusoku (1992)
  • Ano Hi ni Kaeritai (1993)
  • Hitotsu Yane no Shita (1993)
  • Jaja Uma Narashi (1993)
  • Asunaro Hakusho (1993)
  • Kono Yo no Hate Made (1994)
  • Ue o Muite Arukō! (1994)
  • Kimi to Ita Natsu (1994)
  • Imouto yo (1994)
  • For You (1995)
  • Bokura ni ai o! (1995)
  • Itsuka Mata Aeru (1995)
  • Mada Koi wa Hajimaranai (1995)
  • Pure (1996)
  • Long Vacation (1996)
  • Tsubasa o Kudasai! (1996)
  • Oishii Kankei (1996)
  • Virgin Road (1997)
  • Hitotsu Yane no Shita 2 (1997)
  • Beach Boys (1997)
  • Love Generation (1997)
  • Days (1998)
  • Brothers (1998)
  • Boy-hunt (1998)
  • Jinbē (1998)
  • Over Time (1999)
  • Lip Stick (1999)
  • Perfect Love! (1999)
  • Kōri no Sekai (1999)
2000s
  • Nisen'nen no Koi (2000)
  • Tenki-yohō no Koibito (2000)
  • Bus Stop (2000)
  • Yamato Nadeshiko (2000)
  • Hero (2001)
  • Love Revolution (2001)
  • Dekichatta Kekkon (2001)
  • Antique Bakery (2001)
  • Hito ni Yasashiku (2002)
  • Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi (2002)
  • Lunch no Joō (2002)
  • Home and Away (2002)
  • Itsumo Futari de (2003)
  • Tokyo Love Cinema (2003)
  • Boku dake no Madonna (2003)
  • Beginner (2003)
  • Pride (2004)
  • Itoshi Kimi e (2004)
  • Tokyo Wankei: Destiny of Love (2004)
  • Last Christmas (2004)
  • Fukigen na Gene (2005)
  • Engine (2005)
  • Slow Dance (2005)
  • Kiken na Aneki (2005)
  • Saiyūki (2006)
  • Top Caster (2006)
  • Suppli (2006)
  • Nodame Cantabile (2006)
  • Tokyo Tower (2007)
  • Operation Love (2007)
  • First Kiss (2007)
  • Galileo (2007)
  • Bara no nai Hanaya (2008)
  • Change (2008)
  • Taiyo to Umi no Kyoshitsu (2008)
  • Innocent Love (2008)
  • Voice: Inochi Naki Mono no Koe (2009)
  • Konkatsu! (2009)
  • Buzzer Beat: Gakeppuchi no Hero (2009)
  • Tokyo Dogs (2009)
2010s
  • Code Blue 2nd season (2010)
  • Tsuki no Koibito (2010)
  • Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku (2010)
  • Nagareboshi (2010)
  • Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta (2011)
  • Shiawase ni Narō yo (2011)
  • Full Throttle Girl (2011)
  • The Reason I Can't Find My Love (2011)
  • Lucky Seven (2012)
  • Kagi no Kakatta Heya (2012)
  • Rich Man, Poor Woman (2012)
  • Priceless: Aru Wake Nedaro, Nanmon! (2012)
  • Biblia Koshodō no Jiken Techō (2013)
  • Galileo (season 2) (2013)
  • Summer Nude (2013)
  • Umi no Ue no Shinryōjo (2013)
  • Shitsuren Chocolatier (2014)
  • Gokuaku Ganbo (2014)
  • Hero (season 2) (2014)
  • Nobunaga Concerto (2014)
  • Date: Koitowa Donna Mono Kashira (2015)
  • Yōkoso, Wagaya e (2015)
  • Koinaka (2015)
  • 5-ji Kara 9-ji Made: Watashi ni Koi Shita Obōsan (2015)
  • Love That Makes You Cry (2016)
  • Love Song (2016)
  • Sukinahito ga Iru Koto (2016)
  • Cain and Abel (2016)
  • Totsuzen Desu ga, Ashita Kekkon Shimasu (2017)
  • Kizoku Tantei (2017)
  • Code Blue 3rd season (2017)
  • Minshū no Teki: Yo no Naka, Okashikunai desu ka!? (2017)
  • Princess Jellyfish (2018)
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Television Drama Academy Awards 1st–10th 1 Ie Naki Ko 2 Ningen Shikkaku: Tatoeba Boku ga Shindara 3 29-sai no Christmas 4 For You 5 Ōsama no Restaurant 6 Aishiteiru to Itte Kure 7 Miseinen 8 Hakusen Nagashi 9 Long Vacation 10 Mahiru no Tsuki 11th–20th 11 Hideyoshi 12 Bayside Shakedown 13 Hitotsu Yane no Shita 2 14 Saigo no Koi 15 Aoi Tori 16 Seija no Kōshin 17 Shomuni 18 Kamisama, Mōsukoshi dake 19 Nemureru Mori 20 Keizoku 21st–30th 21 Majo no Jōken 22 Kanojotachi no Jidai 23 Kiken'na Kankei 24 Beautiful Life 25 Ikebukuro West Gate Park 26 Summer Snow 27 Oyaji 28 Hero 29 Love Story 30 Kyumei Byoto 24 Ji 2 31st–40th 31 Antique Bakery 32 Hito ni Yasashiku 33 Sora Kara Furu Ichioku no Hoshi 34 Lunch no Joō 35 Mayonaka no Ame 36 Boku no Ikiru Michi 37 Say hello to Black Jack 38 Dr. Kotō Shinryōjo 39 Manhattan Love Story 40 Shiroi Kyotō 41st–50th 41 With the Light 42 Socrates in Love 43 Shinsengumi! 44 Gokusen (2nd season) 45 Tiger & Dragon 46 Densha Otoko 47 Nobuta wo Produce 48 Journey Under the Midnight Sun 49 Team Medical Dragon 50 Kekkon Dekinai Otoko 51st–60th 51 Nodame Cantabile 52 Hana Yori Dango Returns 53 Operation Love 54 Hanazakari no Kimitachi e Ikemen Paradise 55 Galileo 56 SP Keishicho Keibibu Keigoka Daiyon-gakari 57 Last Friends 58 Rookies 59 Ryūsei no Kizuna 60 Mei-chan no Shitsuji 61st–70th 61 Boss 62 Buzzer Beat 63 Jin 64 Code Blue: Doctor Heli Kinkyū Kyūmei-2nd season 65 Mother 66 GeGeGe no Nyōbō 67 Freeter, Ie wo Kau 68 Deka Wanko 69 Jin 2 70 Soredemo, ikite yuku 71st–80th 71 Kaseifu no Mita 72 Carnation 73 Kagi No Kakatta Heya 74 Umechan Sensei 75 Priceless: Aru Wake Nedaro, Nanmon! 76 Saikō no Rikon 77 The Family Game 78 Amachan  - 79.Legal High 2 80 Gochisōsan 81st–90th 81 Border Keishichō Sōsaichi-ka Satsujin-han Sōsa Dai 4 Kakari 82 Hero (2014) 83 N no Tame ni 84 Date: Koitowa Donna Mono Kashira 85 The Emperor's Cook 86 Tamiō 87 Shitamachi Rocket 88 Asa ga Kita 89 99.9: Keiji Senmon Bengoshi 90 Ie Uru On'na 91st–100th 91 Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu 92 Quartet 93 Reverse 94 Code Blue: Doctor Heli Kinkyū Kyūmei-3rd season
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noitaminA 2005–2009
  • Honey and Clover
  • Paradise Kiss
  • Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales
  • Jyu-Oh-Sei
  • Honey and Clover II
  • Hataraki Man
  • Nodame Cantabile
  • Mononoke
  • Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture
  • Hakaba Kitarō
  • Library War
  • Antique Bakery
  • Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter
  • Genji Monogatari Sennenki
  • Eden of the East
  • Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
  • Kūchū Buranko
2010–2014
  • Nodame Cantabile: Finale
  • House of Five Leaves
  • The Tatami Galaxy
  • Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture (live-action)
  • Shiki
  • Princess Jellyfish
  • Fractale
  • Wandering Son
  • [C]
  • Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day
  • Bunny Drop
  • No. 6
  • Un-Go
  • Guilty Crown
  • Thermae Romae
  • Black Rock Shooter
  • Kids on the Slope
  • Tsuritama
  • Moyashimon Returns
  • Natsuyuki Rendezvous
  • Psycho-Pass
  • Robotics;Notes
  • Katanagatari
  • Silver Spoon
  • Galilei Donna
  • Samurai Flamenco
  • Silver Spoon 2
  • Ping Pong
  • Nanana's Buried Treasure
  • Terror in Resonance
  • Psycho-Pass 2
  • Your Lie in April
2015–present
  • Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
  • Punch Line
  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace
  • Subete ga F ni Naru
  • Erased
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
  • Battery
  • The Great Passage
  • Scum's Wish
  • Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Flat
  • Dive!!
  • Inuyashiki
  • Koi wa Ameagari no You ni
  • Otaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
  • Banana Fish
Films
  • Eden of The East Compilation: Air Communication (2009)
  • Eden of the East: The King of Eden (2009)
  • Eden of the East: Paradise Lost (2010)
  • Un-Go episode:0 Inga chapter (2011)
  • Library War: The Wings of Revolution (2012)
  • Anohana the Movie: The Flower We Saw That Day (2013)
  • Psycho-Pass: The Movie (2015)
  • Typhoon Noruda (2015)
  • The Anthem of the Heart (2015)
  • The Empire of Corpses (2015)
  • Harmony (2015)
  • Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (2016–2017)
  • Genocidal Organ (2017)
  • The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl (2017)
Category Category
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Works by J.C.Staff TV series 1994–2000
  • Metal Fighter Miku (1994)
  • Slayers (1995)
  • Slayers Next (1996)
  • Maze (1997)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena (1997)
  • Slayers Try (1997)
  • Virus Buster Serge (1997)
  • Alice SOS (1998)
  • Kare Kano (1998)
  • Sorcerous Stabber Orphen (1998)
  • Yume de Aetara (1998)
  • Iketeru Futari (1999)
  • Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (1999)
  • Orphen: The Revenge (1999)
  • Excel Saga (1999)
  • Descendants of Darkness (2000)
  • Daa! Daa! Daa! (2000)
2001–2005
  • Mahō Senshi Riui (2001)
  • PaRappa the Rapper (2001)
  • A Little Snow Fairy Sugar (2001)
  • Azumanga Daioh (2002)
  • Ai Yori Aoshi (2002)
  • Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning (2002)
  • Nanaka 6/17 (2003)
  • Someday's Dreamers (2003)
  • Gunparade March ~Aratanaru Kougunka~ (2003)
  • Ikki Tousen (2003)
  • R.O.D the TV (2003)
  • Shingetsutan Tsukihime (2003)
  • Ai Yori Aoshi: Enishi (2003)
  • Maburaho (2003)
  • Sensei no Ojikan: Doki Doki School Hours (2004)
  • Daphne in the Brilliant Blue (2004)
  • Bōkyaku no Senritsu (2004)
  • Starship Operators (2005)
  • Mahoraba ~Heartful days~ (2005)
  • Best Student Council (2005)
  • Loveless (2005)
  • Honey and Clover (2005)
  • Oku-sama wa Mahō Shōjo (2005)
  • Shakugan no Shana (2005)
  • Karin (2005)
2006–2010
  • Yomigaeru Sora – Rescue Wings (2006)
  • Honey and Clover II (2006)
  • The Familiar of Zero (2006)
  • Ghost Hunt (2006)
  • Living for the Day After Tomorrow (2006)
  • Winter Garden (2006)
  • Nodame Cantabile (2007)
  • Sky Girls (2007)
  • Potemayo (2007)
  • The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons (2007)
  • Shakugan no Shana Second (2007)
  • KimiKiss (2007)
  • Sky Girls TV DVD Specials (2007)
  • Shigofumi (2008)
  • Nabari no Ou (2008)
  • Slayers Revolution (2008)
  • The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses (2008)
  • Toradora! (2008)
  • A Certain Magical Index (2008)
  • Nodame Cantabile: Paris-Hen (2008)
  • Slayers Evolution-R (2009)
  • Hayate the Combat Butler: Second Season (2009)
  • First Love Limited (2009)
  • Sweet Blue Flowers (2009)
  • Taishō Baseball Girls (2009)
  • A Certain Scientific Railgun (2009)
  • Nodame Cantabile: Finale (2010)
  • Maid Sama! (2010)
  • Uragiri wa Boku no Namae o Shitteiru (2010)
  • Ōkami-san to Shichinin no Nakamatachi (2010)
  • Bakuman (2010)
  • Otome Yōkai Zakuro (2010)
  • Tantei Opera Milky Holmes (2010)
  • A Certain Magical Index II (2010)
2011–2015
  • Dream Eater Merry (2011)
  • Aria the Scarlet Ammo (2011)
  • Kami-sama no Memo-chō (2011)
  • Twin Angel: Twinkle Paradise (2011)
  • Bakuman. 2 (2011)
  • Kimi to Boku (2011)
  • Shakugan no Shana Final (2011)
  • Tantei Opera Milky Holmes: Act 2 (2012)
  • Kill Me Baby (2012)
  • The Familiar of Zero F (2012)
  • Ano Natsu de Matteru (2012)
  • Kimi to Boku 2 (2012)
  • La storia della Arcana Famiglia (2012)
  • Joshiraku (2012)
  • Bakuman. 3 (2012)
  • Little Busters! (2012)
  • The Pet Girl of Sakurasou (2012)
  • Dangerous Jii-san Ja (2012)
  • A Certain Scientific Railgun S (2013)
  • The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat. (2013)
  • Futari wa Milky Holmes (2013)
  • Golden Time (2013)
  • Little Busters! Refrain (2013)
  • Witchcraft Works (2014)
  • Selector Infected WIXOSS (2014)
  • Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution (2014)
  • Magimoji Rurumo (2014)
  • Love Stage!! (2014)
  • Selector Spread WIXOSS (2014)
  • Tantei Kageki Milky Holmes TD (2015)
  • Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma (2015)
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (2015)
  • Shimoneta (2015)
  • Prison School (2015)
  • Heavy Object (2015)
2016–present
  • Flying Witch (2016)
  • Food Wars!: The Second Plate (2016)
  • The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (2016)
  • Taboo Tattoo (2016)
  • Amanchu! (2016)
  • Lostorage Incited WIXOSS (2016)
  • Urara Meirocho (2017)
  • Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club (2017)
  • Marginal#4 KISS Kara Tsukuru Big Bang (2017)
  • Schoolgirl Strikers: Animation Channel (2017)
  • Alice & Zouroku (2017)
  • Twin Angel Break (2017)
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Sword Oratoria (2017)
  • Vatican Miracle Examiner (2017)
  • UQ Holder! (2017)
  • Food Wars!: The Third Plate (2017)
  • Children of the Whales (2017)
  • The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. Second Season (2018)
  • A Certain Magical Index III (2018)
  • One-Punch Man 2 (TBA)
OVAs/ONAs 1980s
  • Yōtōden (1987)
  • Ultimate Teacher (1988)
  • Cleopatra DC (1989)
  • Blood Reign: Curse of the Yoma (1989)
  • Fūma no Kojirō (1989)
  • Earthian (1989)
1990s
  • 1+2=Paradise (1990)
  • Guardian of Darkness (1990)
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan (1991)
  • Handsome na Kanojo (1991)
  • Babel II (1992)
  • Ellcia (1992)
  • 8 Man After (1993)
  • Bad Boys (1993)
  • Suikoden Demon Century (1993)
  • New Dominion Tank Police (1993)
  • Konpeki no Kantai (1993)
  • Super Dimension Century Orguss 02 (1993)
  • Shonan Junai Gumi (1994)
  • I Shall Never Return (1994)
  • Fish in the Trap (1994)
  • Captain Tsubasa: Holland Youth (1994)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Tōkyō Mokushiroku (1995)
  • Level C (1995)
  • Galaxy Fräulein Yuna: Siren's Sadness (1995)
  • Kodocha (1995)
  • Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (1996)
  • Battle Arena Toshinden (1996)
  • Maze (1996)
  • Slayers Special (1996)
  • Garzey's Wing (1996)
  • Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer (1996)
  • Fake (1996)
  • Galaxy Fräulein Yuna: The Abyssal Fairy (1996)
  • Kyokujitsu no Kantai (1997)
  • Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko II (1997)
  • Voogie's Angel (1997)
  • Detatoko Princess (1997)
  • Yume de Aetara (1998)
  • Slayers Excellent (1998)
2000s
  • Azumanga Web Daioh (2000)
  • Nekojiru-so (2001)
  • Puni Puni Poemy (2001)
  • Alien Nine (2001)


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Fil d'Actualités Formation Professionnelle
et Droit de Savoir
La Formation des Psychothérapeutes
Méthodes quantitatives
en Psychothérapie
La Psychologie entre Raison(s) et Passions Eloge de la confrontation
Autisme et Psychanalyse Le Marché
du Psycho-Spirituel
La PNL en question

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Eclectisme et Intégration en psychothérapie Eclectisme et Intégration Le Renouveau phénoménologique
en Psychiatrie Le Renouveau phénoménologique
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Guide Santé
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Infos sur le CPF (ancien DIF)

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Eclectisme et Intégration
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