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Shokojo Seira / A Little Princess

Shokojo Seira

Details

  • Title: 小公女セイラ
  • Title (romaji): Shokojo Seira
  • Also known as: A Little Princess
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Episodes: 10
  • Viewership rating: 8.1 (Kanto)
  • Broadcast network: TBS
  • Broadcast period: 2009-Oct-17 to 2009-Dec-19
  • Air time: Saturday 20:00
  • Theme song: Kanashimi wa Kitto by UVERworld

Synopsis

Seira was raised in India, but she is sent back to Japan to continue her education at an affluent boarding high school. Although she has lived in luxury, the well-bred Seira is kind and generous, earning her many friends at the school. One person who dislikes Seira is the school’s director, though she treats Seira well due to the father’s fortune. Then, during Seira’s 16th birthday party, the director informs her that her father has died, leaving her penniless. As a result, she is forced to work as a servant in order to pay off her school bills. —Tokyograph

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Samurai High School

Samurai High School

Details

  • Title: サムライ・ハイスクール
  • Title (English): Samurai High School
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Episode: 9
  • Viewership ratings: 10.5 (Kanto)
  • Broadcast network: NTV
  • Broadcast period: 2009-Oct-17 to 2009-Dec-12
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00
  • Theme song: Kodoku no Taiyo by monobright

Synopsis

Mochizuki Kotaro is a mild-mannered, unmanly high school student. One day, he visits a library and meets the mysterious librarian Himiko, who recommends to him an ancient book about a heroic general from the Sengoku period 400 years ago. Kotaro notices that he has the same name and age as the general described in the book, and he experiences a flashback… Kotaro later mentions the book to his father, who tells him that he may be the descendent of a powerful samurai. At that moment, Kotaro receives a message from his childhood friend Ai telling him that their classmate Nakamura Tsuyoshi is in trouble. He rushes to the scene but doesn’t have the guts to help, until another flashback transforms him into a samurai! —Tokyograph

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