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. Star Chloë Grace Moretz. Director Isao Takahata. Audience score 30788 votes. 2013. runtime 137 Minute. Kaguya-hime no monogatari trailer. My 5 year old just said you can't make this movie without the cat. Kaguyahime no monogatari cda. Kaguya-hime no monogatari (the tale of the princess kaguya.
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Kaguya hime no monogatari. もうほんとに凄い.天人の音楽のとこから鳥肌立ちっぱなし.普通の音楽を超えてる！別世界. I predict many furry comments. Kaguyahime no monogatari soundtrack. Kaguyahime no monogatari eksi. 2020. still break my heart this song... Donate Help to keep us running Ad-Free: 739/ 900 monthly goal Statistics Views Today: 26372 Views Monthly: 839496 Join our Discord Chat with 6800+ awesome weebs: Join us on Reddit Ask questions and share memes: Ongoing anime 22/7 A3! Season Spring & Summer Dubbed A3! SEASON SPRING ＆ SUMMER Actors: Songs Connection Dubbed Ahiru no Sora Ahiru no Sora Dubbed Aikatsu on Parade! Android Ana Maico 2010 ARP Backstage Pass Ascendance of a Bookworm Dubbed Babylon Bai She: Yuan Qi BanG Dream! 3rd Season Beyblade Burst Gachi Birthday Wonderland Black Clover Dubbed Black Clover BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense. Dubbed BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense. Boku no Hero Academia 4 Dubbed Boku no Hero Academia 4 Boku no Tonari ni Ankoku Hakaishin ga Imasu. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Breakers Cardfight! Vanguard: Zoku Koukousei-hen Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious Dubbed Chihayafuru 3 Closers: Side Blacklambs Darwin's Game Dubbed Darwin's Game Detective Conan Diamond no Ace Act II Dorohedoro Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka II OVA Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Dubbed Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Fortune Quest L Gaikotsu Shotenin Honda-san OVA GeGeGe no Kitaro Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu -Die Neue These- Seiran 3 Dubbed HAIKYU! 3rd Season Dubbed HAIKYU‼ TO THE TOP Hatena☆Illusion Dubbed Hatena☆Illusion Healin' Good♡Precure Hentatsu Hentatsu (2019) Heya Camp△ High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even In Another World Dubbed Housekisho Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei ID: INVADED Dubbed ID: INVADED If It's for My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord Dubbed Infinite Dendrogram Dubbed Infinite Dendrogram Isekai Quartet 2 Isekai Quartet 2nd Season Dubbed Ishuzoku Reviewers Dubbed Ishuzoku Reviewers Ishuzoku Reviewers (Uncensored) Iya na Kao Sarenagara Opantsu Misete Moraitai 2 Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun Dubbed Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind Dubbed Kabukicho Sherlock Dubbed Kabukicho Sherlock Kandagawa Jet Girls OVA Kimetsu no Yaiba Dubbed Kiratto Pri☆Chan Season 2 Koisuru Asteroid Kono Oto Tomare. Sounds of Life Season 2 Dubbed Kotonoha no Niwa Dubbed Kuutei Dragons Kyokou Suiri Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica Gaiden Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Dubbed Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Majutsushi Orphen Hagure Tabi Majutsushi Orphen Hagure Tabi Dubbed Mugen no Juunin: Immortal Murenase! Seton Gakuen Nanatsu no Taizai: Kamigami no Gekirin Natsunagu! Nekopara Dubbed Nekopara No Guns Life Dubbed Null Peta Special number24 Oda Cinnamon Nobunaga One Piece Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu Dubbed Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu Pandora to Akubi pet Plunderer Plunderer Dubbed Pokemon (2019) Radiant 2 Dubbed Radiant 2 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu: Shin Henshuu-ban Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumeishitemita. Runway de Waratte Dubbed Runway de Waratte RWBY Volume 7 Show By Rock! Mashumairesh! Somali to Mori no Kamisama Sword Art Online: Alicization - War of Underworld Dubbed Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T Dubbed Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T Uchitama? Have you seen my Tama? Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne! Dubbed Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2 Ze Tian Ji 3rd Season Sponsors Kind Words (Steam.
Kaguyahime no monogatari ost. I had already heard the spirited away theory, but now I wont be able to watch Totoro the same way again. "Tale of the Princess Kaguya. かぐや姫の物語" and "Kaguya-hime no Monogatari" redirect here. For the Studio Ghibli film, see The Tale of the Princess Kaguya. "Taketori Monogatari" and "竹取物語" redirect here. For the 1987 film, see Princess from the Moon. Discovery of Princess Kaguya (depiction from the Edo period, late 17th century) The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter ( 竹取物語, Taketori Monogatari) is a 10th-century Japanese monogatari (fictional prose narrative) containing Japanese folklore. It is considered the oldest extant Japanese prose narrative  2] although the oldest manuscript dates to 1592.  The tale is also known as The Tale of Princess Kaguya ( かぐや姫の物語, Kaguya-hime no Monogatari) after its protagonist.  It primarily details the life of a mysterious girl called Kaguya, who was discovered as a baby inside the stalk of a glowing bamboo plant. Narrative [ edit] Taketori no Okina takes Kaguya-hime to his home, Drawn by Tosa Hiromichi, c. 1600 One day, while walking in the bamboo forest, an old, childless bamboo cutter called Taketori no Okina ( 竹取翁, the Old Man who Harvests Bamboo" came across a mysterious, shining stalk of bamboo. After cutting it open, he found inside it an infant the size of his thumb. He rejoiced to find such a beautiful girl and took her home. He and his wife raised her as their own child and named her Kaguya-hime (かぐや姫 accurately, Nayotake no Kaguya-hime, Shining princess of the supple bamboo. Thereafter, Taketori no Okina found that whenever he cut down a stalk of bamboo, inside would be a small nugget of gold. Soon he became rich. Kaguya-hime grew from a small baby into a woman of ordinary size and extraordinary beauty. At first, Taketori no Okina tried to keep her away from outsiders, but over time the news of her beauty spread. Eventually, five princes came to Taketori no Okina's residence to ask for the beautiful Kaguya-hime's hand in marriage. The princes eventually persuaded Taketori no Okina to tell a reluctant Kaguya-hime to choose from among them. Kaguya-hime concocted impossible tasks for the princes, agreeing to marry the one who managed to bring her his specified item. That night, Taketori no Okina told the five princes what each must bring. The first was told to bring her the stone begging bowl of the Buddha Shakyamuni from India, the second a jeweled branch from the mythical island of Hōrai, 5] the third the legendary robe of the fire-rat of China, the fourth a colored jewel from a dragon 's neck, and the final prince a cowry shell born of swallows. Realizing that it was an impossible task, the first prince returned with an expensive stone bowl, hoping that Kaguya-hime would believe it to be real, but after noticing that the bowl did not glow with holy light, Kaguya-hime saw through his deception. Likewise, two other princes attempted to deceive her with fakes, but also failed. The fourth gave up after encountering a storm, while the final prince lost his life (severely injured in some versions) in his attempt. After this, the Emperor of Japan, Mikado, came to see the strangely beautiful Kaguya-hime and, upon falling in love, asked her to marry him. Although he was not subjected to the impossible trials that had thwarted the princes, Kaguya-hime rejected his request for marriage as well, telling him that she was not of his country and thus could not go to the palace with him. She stayed in contact with the Emperor, but continued to rebuff his requests and marriage proposals. That summer, whenever Kaguya-hime saw the full moon, her eyes filled with tears. Though her adoptive parents worried greatly and questioned her, she was unable to tell them what was wrong. Her behaviour became increasingly erratic until she revealed that she was not of this world and must return to her people on the Moon. In some versions of this tale, it is said that she was sent to the Earth, where she would inevitably form material attachment, as a temporary punishment for some crime, while in others, she was sent to Earth for her own safety during a celestial war. The gold that Taketori no Okina had been finding had in fact been a stipend from the people of the Moon, sent down to pay for Kaguya-hime's upkeep. Kaguya-hime goes back to the Moon As the day of her return approached, the Emperor sent many guards around her house to protect her from the Moon people, but when an embassy of "Heavenly Beings" arrived at the door of Taketori no Okina's house, the guards were blinded by a strange light. Kaguya-hime announced that, though she loved her many friends on Earth, she must return with the Moon people to her true home. She wrote sad notes of apology to her parents and to the Emperor, then gave her parents her own robe as a memento. She then took a little of the elixir of life, attached it to her letter to the Emperor, and gave it to a guard officer. As she handed it to him, her feather robe was placed on her shoulders, and all of her sadness and compassion for the people of the Earth were apparently forgotten. The heavenly entourage took Kaguya-hime back to Tsuki no Miyako (月の都; lit. "the Capital of the Moon. leaving her earthly foster parents in tears. The parents became very sad and were soon put to bed sick. The officer returned to the Emperor with the items Kaguya-hime had given him as her last mortal act, and reported what had happened. The Emperor read her letter and was overcome with sadness. He asked his servants, Which mountain is the closest place to Heaven. to which one replied the Great Mountain of Suruga Province. The Emperor ordered his men to take the letter to the summit of the mountain and burn it, in the hope that his message would reach the distant princess. The men were also commanded to burn the elixir of immortality since the Emperor did not wish to live forever without being able to see her. The legend has it that the word immortality, 不死 ( fushi) became the name of the mountain, Mount Fuji. It is also said that the kanji for the mountain, 富士山 (literally "Mountain Abounding with Warriors. are derived from the Emperor's army ascending the slopes of the mountain to carry out his order. It is said that the smoke from the burning still rises to this day. (In the past, Mount Fuji was much more volcanically active and therefore produced more smoke. ) Literary connections [ edit] Elements of the tale were drawn from earlier stories. The protagonist Taketori no Okina, given by name, appears in the earlier poetry collection Man'yōshū (c. 759; poem# 3791. In it, he meets a group of women to whom he recites a poem. This indicates that there previously existed an image or tale revolving around a bamboo cutter and celestial or mystical women.  7] A similar retelling of the tale appears in the c. 12th century Konjaku Monogatarishū (volume 31, chapter 33) although their relation is under debate.  Banzhu Guniang [ edit] In 1957, Jinyu Fenghuang (金玉鳳凰) a Chinese book of Tibetan tales, was published.  In early 1970s, Japanese literary researchers became aware that "Banzhu Guniang" 班竹姑娘) one of the tales in the book, had certain similarities with The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter.  11] Initially, many researchers thought that "Banzhu Guniang" must be related to Tale of Bamboo Cutter, although some were skeptical. In 1980s, studies showed that the relationship is not as simple as initially thought. Okutsu provides extensive review of the research, and notes that the book Jinyu Fenghuang was intended to be for children, and as such, the editor took some liberties in adapting the tales. No other compilation of Tibetan tales contains the story.  A Tibet-born person wrote that he did not know the story.  A researcher went to Sichuan and found that, apart from those who had already read "Jinyu Fenghuang" local researchers in Chengdu did not know the story.  Tibetan informants in Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture did not know the story either.  Legacy [ edit] The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter has been identified as proto- science fiction. Some of its science fiction plot elements include Kaguya-hime being a princess from the Moon who is sent to Earth for safety during a celestial war, an extraterrestrial being raised by a human on Earth, and her being taken back to the Moon by her real extraterrestrial family. A manuscript illustration also depicts a round flying machine that resembles a flying saucer.  See also [ edit] Big Bird in Japan The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Notes [ edit] "Japan: Literature" Windows on Asia, MSU, "17. A Picture Contest. The Tale of Genji. the ancestor of all romances) Katagiri et al. 1994: 95. ^ Katagiri et al. 1994: 81. ^ McCullough, Helen Craig (1990. Classical Japanese Prose. Stanford University Press. pp. 30, 570. ISBN 978-0-8047-1960-5. ^ Horiuchi (1997:345-346) Satake (2003:14-18) Yamada (1963:301-303) 田海燕, ed. (1957. 金玉鳳凰 (in Chinese. Shanghai: 少年兒童出版社. 百田弥栄子 (1971. 竹取物語の成立に関する一考察. アジア・アフリカ語学院紀要 (in Japanese. 3. 伊藤清司 (1973. かぐや姫の誕生―古代説話の起源 (in Japanese. 講談社. ^ 奥津 春雄 (2000. 竹取物語の研究: 達成と変容 竹取物語の研究 (in Japanese. 翰林書房. ISBN 978-4-87737-097-8. ^ テンジン・タシ, ed. (2001. 東チベットの民話 (in Japanese. Translated by 梶濱 亮俊. SKK. ^ a b 繁原 央 (2004. 日中説話の比較研究 (in Japanese. 汲古書院. ISBN 978-4-7629-3521-3. ^ Richardson, Matthew (2001. The Halstead Treasury of Ancient Science Fiction. Rushcutters Bay, New South Wales: Halstead Press. ISBN 978-1-875684-64-9. cf. "Once Upon a Time. Emerald City (85. September 2002. Retrieved 2008-09-17. ) References [ edit] Katagiri Yōichi, Fukui Teisuke, Takahashi Seiji and Shimizu Yoshiko. 1994. Taketori Monogatari, Yamato Monogatari, Ise Monogatari, Heichū Monogatari in Shinpen Nihon Koten Bungaku Zenshū series. Tokyo: Shogakukan. Donald Keene (translator) The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, ISBN 4-7700-2329-4 Japan at a Glance Updated, ISBN 4-7700-2841-5, pages 164—165 (brief abstract) Fumiko Enchi, Kaguya-hime" ISBN 4-265-03282-6 (in Japanese hiragana) Horiuchi, Hideaki; Akiyama Ken (1997. Shin Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei 17: Taketori Monogatari, Ise Monogatari (in Japanese. Tōkyō: Iwanami Shoten. ISBN 978-4-00-240017-4. Satake, Akihiro; Yamada Hideo; Kudō Rikio; Ōtani Masao; Yamazaki Yoshiyuki (2003. Shin Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei 4: Man'yōshū (in Japanese. ISBN 978-4-00-240004-4. Taketori monogatari, Japanese Text Initiative, Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library Yamada, Yoshio; Yamda Tadao; Yamda Hideo; Yamada Toshio (1963. Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei 26: Konjaku Monogatari 5 (in Japanese. ISBN 978-4-00-060026-2. External links [ edit] Ryukoku University exhibition Tetsuo Kawamoto: The Moon Princess (translated by Clarence Calkins.
This film takes its time. It's slow paced to a fault and at over 2 hours, well out stays its welcome.
The story is meandering, convoluted and doesn't make efficient use of the visual medium to deliver information, rather it feels more like listening to a slowly narrated audio book whilst flicking through some nice illustrations. I was intensely bored by most of it, despite the undeniable charm of some of the animation, I felt there wasn't any effort to engage the viewer on a deeper level with more dynamic film language or snappier, cleverer story telling.
You can say that Japanese story structure is fundamentally different from Western methods, often employing a 'watch the grass grow' approach that celebrates silence, ritual and mood over Pixar's noisy barrage of constant challenges. I have found that difference to be quite refreshing in other films like "Spirited Away" and "Princess Mononoke" but "Kaguya" in comparison really lacked engaging characters and virtually any moments of dynamic tension.
The art style in my opinion isn't terribly good compensation for this. While there are moments of exquisite gestural animation - the sequence where the princess rushes through the woods leaving a trail of fluttering garments in her wake, is gorgeous- overall the character designs are rather crude, pale and ugly, looking more like rough pencil sketches than the refined, noble and highly graphic woodblock prints they appear to emulate.
It's a shame, I really wanted to love "Kaguya" but I don't think I could sit through it again.
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Looks beautiful. Another masterpiece from studio Ghibli. The only question i have to ask is: WHY IS SHE RUNNING. Kaguya Hime from Touhou Project. Alternative Titles English: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Synonyms: Kaguyahime no Monogatari, Princess Kaguya Story Japanese: かぐや姫の物語 Information Episodes: 1 Status: Finished Airing Aired: Nov 23, 2013 Source: Other Duration: 2 hr. 17 min. Rating: G - All Ages Statistics Score: 8. 27 1 (scored by 47, 470 users) indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded. Ranked: 262 2 2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+ titles are excluded. Popularity: 1098 Members: 102, 522 Favorites: 1, 065 8. 27 Ranked #262 Popularity #1098 Members 102, 522 * Your list is public by default. Synopsis Deep in the countryside, a man named Okina works as a bamboo cutter in a forest, chopping away at the hollow plants day after day. One day, he discovers a small baby inside a glowing shoot. He immediately takes her home, convinced that she is a princess sent to Earth as a divine blessing from heaven. Okina and his wife Ouna take it upon themselves to raise the infant as their own, watching over her as she quickly grows into an energetic young girl. Given the name Kaguya, she fits right in with the village she has come to call home, going on adventures with the other children and enjoying what youth has to offer. But when Okina finds a large fortune of gold and treasure in the forest, Kaguya's life is completely changed. Believing this to be yet another gift from heaven, he takes it upon himself to turn his daughter into a real princess using the wealth he has just obtained, relocating the family to a mansion in the capital. As she leaves her friends behind to enter into an unwanted life of royalty, Kaguya's origins and purpose slowly come to light. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Background Kaguya-hime no Monogatari is based on the 10th century Japanese folk tale of the same title. It was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 87th Academy Awards, the first such nomination for Takahata. The film received over 20 nominations worldwide from critics associations, film festivals, and academies, winning seven times. Related Anime Characters & Voice Actors Staff Edit Opening Theme No opening themes have been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding an opening theme here. Ending Theme "Inochi no Kioku (いのちの記憶) by Kazumi Nikaidou (二階堂和美) More reviews Reviews Jan 10, 2018 1 of 1 episodes seen The Tale of Princess Kaguya: Peaks and Valleys * This “review" is SPOILER-HEAVY and is recommended for those who have already seen the film* This “review” is also FAR from complete and I will be continually updating it in the future as I better collect more of my thoughts. This analysis may be somewhat messily written or seem to lack any sort of overarching structure. It is merely my personal thoughts and things Ive realized while watching the film. As one of the more recent additions, “The Tale of Princess Kaguya, ” may not be the first title to come up with when you think of Studio Ghibli, yet Im convinced read more Mar 11, 2019. This review spoils the entirety of Kaguya Hime no Monogatari, and is advised to be read after completion of the film. "It is like a circle, when one ends, the other one begins. So you can always count on it to keep on moving. " If there ever was a quote to perfectly describe the surreal and metaphorical journey that is Kaguya Hime no Monogatari, then this quote would be it. Kaguya-hime no Monogatari, or The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, is a Studio Ghibli film that was created and directed by none other than the legendary Isao Takahata, and was released during the year of Dec 11, 2014 Studio Ghibli have always been at the very forefront in the anime film industry. Their creations have been able to reach out to any and all demographics with great success for decades, and have numerous masterpieces under their belt by now. Most of these are creations of the one and only Miyazaki Hayao, however Hotaru no Haka (Grave of the Fireflies) released back in 1988, one of the most critically acclaimed Ghibli films was written and directed by the studio's co-founder Takahata Isao. But this was something that was known as a one-hit wonder, as his other works never got anywhere near the same level Jan 2, 2016 This Studio Ghibli motion picture is relatively well-acclaimed outside the anime world. As of now it boasts 100% rating on rotten tomatoes and it was nominated for 87th Academy Awards. Unfortunately, for all of its praise it's a surprisingly mediocre work. The movie has some merits - it has delightful watercolor-like visual style. It's very pleasant to watch, one can simply sit and enjoy the flow of images. Animation is vivid and the art style captures the mood of the period and atmosphere of the folk tale very well. What this movie fails to capture however, is the very point it's trying to make. Because the Recommendations Recent News Recent Forum Discussion Recent Featured Articles Top 20 Best Anime Movies to Kick-Start 2016 Tons of good anime movies have been made over the years. But why settle for good? We present to you a list of not 5, not 10, but 20 of some of the best anime movies in existence! Dig in and find some new and interesting Japanese animated movies to watch this year.
I think it's so sweet that Isao Takahata wanted the audience to feel comforted by the ending song, which was stated in an extra on the DVD of him and a few members of the cast at a banquet/convention. It only made me cry harder, though! What a thoughtful and moving track. Alternative Titles English: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Synonyms: Kaguyahime no Monogatari, Princess Kaguya Story Japanese: かぐや姫の物語 Information Episodes: 1 Status: Finished Airing Aired: Nov 23, 2013 Source: Other Duration: 2 hr. 17 min. Rating: G - All Ages Statistics Score: 8. 27 1 (scored by 47, 470 users) indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded. Ranked: 262 2 2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+ titles are excluded. Popularity: 1093 Members: 102, 284 Favorites: 1, 059.
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Now I regret watching movies that literally taught me nothing as a kid. So for my future children, Welcome in advance because I introduce you in this type of masterpiece.
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Way better than Disneys Mulan (2020.
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Registering is free, easy, and private. Discuss in the forum, contribute to the Encyclopedia, build your own MyAnime lists, and more. Have you seen this? want to / seen some / seen all Alternative title: Die Legende der Prinzessin Kaguya (German) El cuento de la princesa Kaguya (Spanish) Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (Japanese) La Leyenda de la Princesa Kaguya (Spanish) La Princesa Kaguya (Spanish) La storia della principessa splendente (Italian) Le Conte de la Princesse Kaguya (French) O Conto da Princesa Kaguya (Portuguese) かぐや姫の物語 (Japanese) 輝耀姬物語 (Chinese (Taiwan) Objectionable content: Mild Plot Summary: In an idyllic rural setting an old bamboo cutter and his wife raise a tiny girl found nestled within a glowing bamboo stalk along with a fortune in gold. As she approaches adulthood the bamboo cutter uses the fortune to purchase a villa in the capital, buy himself a title and employ tutors to transform the country girl—now given the name Kaguya—into a refined woman. News of her beauty brings powerful and wealthy suitors who compete for her hand in marriage, culminating in a proposal from the emperor. All the while Kaguya wishes that she and her family could return to their former life and to be reunited with her sweetheart, Sutemaru. Sooner or later, though, her true origins will make their own claim upon her. User Ratings: 299 ratings have been given [ details] Masterpiece: 82 votes (sub:57, dub:12, raw:4, others:9 6 Spanish subtitled 1 German dubbed 1 Finnish subtitled 1 Italian subtitled) Excellent: 91 votes (sub:65, dub:21, others:5 2 German dubbed 1 French subtitled 1 Italian subtitled 1 Spanish edited dub) Very good: 54 votes (sub:36, dub:13. 1, raw:1, others:3 2 German dubbed 1 French subtitled) Good: 41 votes (sub:25, dub:12, raw:2, others:2 1 Russian edited dub 1 French dubbed) Decent: 17 votes (sub:12, dub:5) So-so: 8 votes (sub:7. 1) Not really good: 2 votes (dub:1, sub:1) Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1) Seen in part or in whole by 398 users, rank: 2241 (of 7863) Median rating: Excellent Arithmetic mean: 8. 415 (Very good. std. dev. 1. 5631, rank: 210 (of 7912) Weighted mean: 8. 427 (Very good. rank: 169 (of 7912) seen all: 8. 43) Bayesian estimate: 8. 391 (Very good. rank: 99 (of 6027) Running time: 137 minutes Production cost: 5, 000, 000, 000 Vintage: 2017-05-19 (Señal Colombia - Colombia) Premiere date: 2014-06-14 (Australia, Sydney Film Festival) Ending Theme: Inochi no Kioku" いのちの記憶) by Kazumi Nikaido Comment: As of August 2018, Princess Kaguya remains the most expensive Japanese movie (not just anime) of all time. Other articles: Show: 4 7 You can contribute information to this page, but first you must login or register Japanese staff Japanese cast Director: Isao Takahata Screenplay: Isao Takahata Riko Sakaguchi Music: Joe Hisaishi Original Concept: Isao Takahata Character Design: Kenichi Konishi Art Director: Kazuo Oga Animation Director: Kenichi Konishi Sound Director: Naoko Asari Director of Photography: Keisuke Nakamura Executive producer: Seiichiro Ujiie Producer: Yoshiaki Nishimura Accounting: Akio Ichimura Hiromi Itou Junko Ito Takayasu Itō Tomofumi Otsuka Administrative Planning Room: Kazumi Inashiro Advertising: Chihiro Tsukue Kazumi Kobayashi Mayu Naitou Nozomu Ito Setsuko Kurihara Shin Hashida Yumiko Nishimura Animation: Akiko Yamaguchi Asami Sodeyama Atsushi Tamura Ayako Hata Chiyomi Tsukamoto Daizen Komatsuda Ei Inoue Emi Kamiishi Hideki Hamasu Hiroyuki Morita Ikuno Yagi Kaori Hayashi Kazutaka Ozaki Kumiko Kawana Kuniyuki Ishii Masako Sato Masashi Ando Megumi Kagawa Miwa Sasaki Norio Matsumoto (uncredited) Shigeo Akahori Shigeru Kimishima Shinji Hashimoto Shinji Otsuka Shinpei Kamada Shougo Furuya Shouko Nishigaki Shunsuke Hirota Takashi Kawaguchi Takayuki Gotan Takayuki Hamada Takuya Saito Tatsuzou Nishida Tomomi Kamiya Toshio Kawaguchi Yoshihiro Ōsugi Yosuke Jinbo Yuka Matsumura Yūko Tani Animation Design: Osamu Tanabe Animation Painting: Masaya Saito Art Photography: Miho Kawanishi Takeshi Ogawa Assistant Director: Akiko Matsuo Yuichiro Kido Associate producer: Naoya Fujimaki Ryoichi Fukuyama Seiji Okuda Auditing: Hirotaka Nakao Background Art: Ayumi Kugawa Katsu Hisamura Satoko Nakamura Shiho Sato Takashi Kurahashi Tatsuya Kushida Tomotaka Kubo Yohei Takamatsu Yumi Hosaka Casting: Hazuki Yamamura Kahori Sakai Keiko Ogata CG: Tomoya Nakajima Character Merchandise Development: Koichi Asano Mika Yasuda Naomi Atsuta Tomomi Imai Character Modeling: Osamu Tanabe Co-executive producer: Yoshio Ohkubo Color Management: Toshiki Yura Wataru Matsumoto Color setting: 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Yume Arikawa Data Conform: Naoto Hosonuma Data Management: Daijiro Adachi Masashi Okoshi Digital Cinema Mastering: Miho Sugiyama Mizue Yamada Editing: Toshihiko Kojima Event Manager: Chiyoshi Tanaka Hiroshi Miyoshi Kenzo Ochiai Noriko Takami Ryoko Tsutsui Takayuki Aoki Financial Manager: Noriyoshi Tamagawa Foley Artist: Akihiko Okase Mizuki Itou Foley Editor: Natsuko Inoue Guzheng Performance: Xiao Qing Jiang In-Between Animation: Ai Takashi Akane Ōtani Asako Matsumura Aya Takahashi Ayaka Saitou Ayano Okitsu Azusa Fujita Azusa Sakuma Chie Nagano Dai Goto Eimi Tamura Etsuko Tamakoshi Hao Can Yuan Haruna Hashimoto Hinako Gotō Hiroko Tezuka Hisako Yaji Hitomi Shiroki Hitomi Tateno Jumi Izawa Kaori Fujii Kaori Itou Kaoru Yanagisawa Kumiko Tanihira Kumiko Terada Kyōka Chijiiwa Mai Nakazato Maiko Matsumura Makoto Oohara Mamiko Okada Mariko Yoshida Masakiyo Koyama Masako Akita Masami Nakanishi Masaru Okuwaki Masashi Ōmura Megumi Matsumoto Mi Kyung An Michiko Miyamoto Michiko Oda Mika 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Promotion: Nao Amisaki Noriko Tsushi Satoko Takano Yan Wen Ma Overseas Promotion Manager: Jeffrey Wexler Mikiko Takeda Paint: Akemi Katou Akiko Shimizu Atsuko Ito Atsushi Okui Atsushi Tamura Ayako Kitamura Daiki Egusa Eiko Matsushima Emiko Okui Eri Yoshiki Erina Yamamoto Hayao Iwasawa Hidenori Shibahara Hiroaki Ishii Hiromi Takahashi Hitomi Kashihara Hitomi Yamase Junji Yabuta Junko Takeuchi Junya Saito Kanako Tajiri Kanako Takayanagi Kaori Kamata Katsuhiko Shiroto Kazuko Karube Keiko Itokawa Kumiko Mizoguchi Maki Ōmoto Maki Yamamoto Masafumi Inoue Michiko Saito Midori Saito Miki Kobayashi Miki Umezawa Misato Aida Miyuki Akamatsu Nana Takei Naoko Inohara Naoko Sasaki Naoko Sunahara Naomi Mori Natsumi Watanabe Norihiko Miyoshi Noriki Miyamoto Rie Furushiro Rie Kitazawa Rieko Umemura Sanae Seno Satomi Hatano Shinami Yoshikawa Sonoe Yoshida Takashi Saito Takeshi Nakamura Terumi Narita Tomoko Toki Tomoya Niimi Yoichi Senzui Yoko Chiba Yoko Wakabayashi Yoshimi Hashizume Yoshimi Shibata Youhei Nishiwaki Yui Itō Yuina Iizuka Yukari Hashimoto Yukari Kunou Yukie Tamura Yumi Fujiwara Yusaku Harada Yūsei Kashima Yuuki Komatsu Paint Check: Fumie Kawamata Kumi Nanjo Photography: Hisashi Akimoto Kazumasa Someya Kotaro Beppu Kouji Takahashi Miho Kawanishi Rumi Ishiguro Tomoyuki Shiokawa Yukiko Kaga Yuma Akasu Yusuke Okamoto Photography Assistant: Atsuko Okui (Assez Finaud Fabric) Atsuko Shibata (Assez Finaud Fabric) Kanae Ouchi (Assez Finaud Fabric) Kaneko Fujimaki (Assez Finaud Fabric) Megumi Tanaka (Assez Finaud Fabric) Rieko Koike (Assez Finaud Fabric) Ryō Itō (Assez Finaud Fabric) Tsubasa Takagi (Assez Finaud Fabric) Yasunao Kondo (Assez Finaud Fabric) Yoshiaki Kayaba (Assez Finaud Fabric) Piano Performance: Joe Hisaishi Planning: Toshio Suzuki Producer Room: Chiaki Okuda Chieko Tamura Nobuko Shiraki Shuhei Tadano Yōko Ihira Producer's Apprentice: Kazuo Kawakami Production: Koji Hoshino (Studio Ghibli) Production Administration: Daisuke Nishikata Minako Nagasawa Taisei 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Naohiro Kishi (KDDI) Naoki Iwasa (NTV) Naoto Hatakeyama (NTV) Paul Candland (Walt Disney Japan) Ryuichi Ikeda (Dentsu) San Kim (KDDI) Satoshi Chida (TOHO) Satoshi Suzuki (Dentsu) Shingo Arai (KDDI) Shinpei Ise (TOHO) Shuichi Machida (Dentsu) Taichi Ueda (TOHO) Takahiro Hirato (KDDI) Takashi Suga (KDDI) Takayuki Tsukagoshi (Walt Disney Japan) Tomoko Jō (NTV) Tooru Itabashi (d-rights) Toshihiro Komatsu (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) Toshihiro Yamamoto (Dentsu) Toshinori Mori (NTV) Toshio Oomori (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) Toshitake Amemiya (KDDI) Toshiya Takasaki (d-rights) Yoshikuni Murata (Hakuhodo DY Media Partners) Yoshio Takada (Dentsu) Yoshishige Shimatani (TOHO) Yukio Yamashita (Walt Disney Japan) Yutaka Ishikawa (Dentsu) Yuuko Muranaka (Walt Disney Japan) Production Cooperation: Kentaro Takahashi Production Desk: Toshio Yoshikawa Publicity: Aki Tsutagawa Aya Maruyama Fumino Watanabe Genji Sakai Hajime Murata Hiroshi Yajima Hiroyuki Orihara Kazue Tsukakoshi Kenichi Arao Masaru Yabe Michiyo Koyanagi Mieko Hara Rieko Matsuki Saori Ueda Shoichiro Saito Yukari Nishikawa Yukari Nomura Yukio Shinohara Publicity Producer: Akito Takahashi Tomoko Hosokawa Publishing: Hisanori Nukada Kyoko Konishi Michiko Hirabayashi Mutsushi Saitō Satoko Kitazawa Yuri Morita Publishing Manager: Chinami Tai Recording: Eihiko Ohno Recording Adjustment: Koji Kasamatsu Recording Assistant: Miki Nomura Shuji Suzuki Tsukasa Yokoyama Tsukuru Takagi Recording engineer: Suminobu Hamada Sound Effects: Koji Kasamatsu Tomoko Ohtsuka Sound Production Desk: Tamaki Furushiro Specially Appointed Scene Design: Yoshiyuki Momose Storyboard Assistant: Masako Sato Shinji Hashimoto Shinsaku Sasaki Studio Coordinator: Chiaki Tachikawa Sadaaki Nishinoo Satoru Murata Studio Engineer: Naoto Takeshima Supervising Manager: Yuichiro Mochizuki Supervision: Hikari Hayama Hiroyuki Saitou Hisayo Itou Jumi Yamamoto Keiko Shiroto Kiyoko Tsuge Maho Yasunobu Masahiro Suzuki Miyuki Ishii Miyuki Shimamiya Natsuki Ebisawa Saori Uchida Satomi Sasaki Shunichi Iwasaki Sueko Numazawa Tokuko Sato Tomomi Hagiwara Tsuneo Sawai Yukiko Miyasaka Yuuko Nomura System Management: Noriyuki Kitakawachi Shouji Makihara Yūgo Hayashi Technical Support: Shinichiro Koshi Shuho Kikuchi Theme Song Composition: Kazumi Nikaidō Theme Song Lyrics: Kazumi Nikaidō Theme Song Performance: Kazumi Nikaidō Trailer Production: Keiichi Itagaki 塗線作画: Ai Kaneko Akane Ōguchi Akari Takagaki Akemi Ueda Akiko Kumada Akiko Ohshima Akiko Taniguchi Akiko Teshima Akiyo Okuda Alexandra Weihrauch Anri Yamazaki Asami Ishikado Asami Yamaguchi Dai Misawa Eiji Yamamori Emi Hirota Emi Ohta Fumi Saraya Fumiki Yamada Hayao Kanou Hiroko Kando Hiromi Niwa Hiroto Fujii Hiroyuki Moriguchi Junya Sato Kaoru Higashiya Kayo Sakazume Kazunari Araki Kazuto Wakayama Ken'ichi Ōtomo Kenji Taketani Kenzō Yamazaki Konomi Satō Kōsuke Kobashi Kota Shimamura Maiko Ochiai Makiko Suzuki Makoto Yaguchi Mariko Matsuo Masaru Okuma Masato Ujibe Masayo Andō Megumi Tonegawa Miho Namerikawa Misaki Kikuta Mitsuki Chiba Miyuki Nagata Momoko Tamakoshi Mun Ryong Heo Nanako Egami Naoko Kawahara Rie Nakagome Risa Ogasawara Ritsuko Taniguchi Ryosuke Tsuchiya Ryōta Usui Sae Akama Saki Mieda Saori Hagita Satoshi Senba Satsuki Muramatsu Shinichiro Yamada Shiomi Yamada Shota Sugimoto Shuhei Fukuda Shuji Maruyama Takahiro Inoue Takahiro Ōkawa Teppei Okuda Tomoyo Nishida Yasumi Ogura Yasumi Tanaka Yasuo Ishii Yayoi Toki Yoriko Mochizuki Yoshie Noguchi Yoshimi Shizuka Yousuke Okuda Yu Okagaki Yu Fen Cheng Yui Ōzaki Yuichi Tajima Yuka Aono Yuka Matsumura Yuki Sato Yukie Watanabe Yukiko Kunitake Yuri Yagisawa 塗線作画検査: Kunoko Akiyama Aki Asakura as Kaguya Kengo Kora as Sutemaru Nobuko Miyamoto as Ouna Takeo Chii as Okina Atsuko Takahata as Sagami Hikaru Ijūin as Abe no Udaijin Isao Hashizume as Kuramochi no Miko Nakamura Shichinosuke as Mikado Ryudo Uzaki as Ootomo no Dainagon Shinosuke Tatekawa as Inbe no Akita Takaya Kamikawa as Ishitsukuri no Miko Tamaki Kojo as Isonokami no Chuunagon Tatsuya Nakadai as Sumiyaki no Roujin Tomoko Tabata as Menowarawa Yukiji Asaoka as Kitanokata Japanese companies Animation Cooperation: Anime Torotoro APPP BONES C2C CONNECT David Production Doga Kobo Kyushu Animation LIDEN FILMS (as Lidenfilms Osaka Studio) MAA Mopics Madhouse Magic Bus Nakamura Production Nippon Animation Oh! Production OZAWA DESIGN WORKS Pierrot Production I. G Project Team Sarah Studio 4C Studio Cockpit Studio Comet Studio Takuranke Tatsunoko Production The Answer Studio Co., Ltd. Vega Entertainment Wafū Animation Wish Yuhodo Animation Production: Studio Ghibli BG Scan: T2 Studio Casting: Queens Promotion Color Specification: T2 Studio Digital Lab: Imagica Distributor: TOHO Music Performance: Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Music Production: Wonder City Music Recording: Bunkamura Studio Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall Paint Assistance: Animation Time Anitus Kōbe Eagle Nest Studio Gimlet Wish Photography: T2 Studio Photography Assistance: Assez Finaud Fabric. Production: Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Japan) Dentsu Inc. Hakuhodo DY Media Partners KDDI Mitsubishi Corporation Nippon Television Network Studio Ghibli TOHO Production Cooperation: T2 Studio Sound Production Assistance: Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum TOHO Post Production Center Toho Studio Toho Studio Services Tokyo TV Center Special Thanks: LAWSON The Yomiuri Shimbun Sponsoring: Eyeful Home KDDI Titles: Malin Post English cast English staff Translation: Ian MacDougall (Theatrical release) Executive producer: Frank Marshall Producer: Geoffrey Wexler Assistant To Mr. Marshall: Mary Radford Choir Director: Luana Jackman Credits: David Butterworth Sean Kelley Dialogue Editing: Suzanne Goldish Kaguya Choir: Aria Gunn Micah Lee Pearl Botts Summer Davis Legal Services: Janina Sinclair Penelope Glass Post-Production Supervision: James Lafferty Production manager: Laura Lopez Re-Recording Mixing: Mark Ettel Recording engineer: David Walsh David W. Barr Eric Lewis Script Adaptation: Mike Jones Special Thanks To: David Jesteadt Eric Beckman Robyn Klein Studio Teacher: Chavonne Long Sync Writer: Steve Kramer Talent Coordination: Sierra Leoni Titles: David Butterworth Sean Kelley Voice Casting: Holly Dorff Long Voice Direction: Jamie Simone Chloë Grace Moretz as Kaguya Darren Criss as Sutemaru James Caan as The Bamboo Cutter Mary Steenburgen as The Bamboo Cutter's Wife Beau Bridges as Prince Kuramochi Brian Leone as Villager Caitlyn Leone as Kaguya (young) Daniel Dae Kim as Great Counselor Otomo Dean Cain as The Mikado Emily Bridges as Kitanokata George Segal as Inbe no Akita Hynden Walch as Menowarawa James Marsden as Prince Ishitsukuri John Cho as Middle Counselor Isonokami Liam O'Brien as Ayabe no Uchimaro Lucy Liu as Sagami Michael Leone as Villager Oliver Platt as Lord Minster of Right Abe Andre Robinson Dave Zyler Elisa Gabrielli Holly Dorff Long Hope Levy Hudson Thames James Nardini John C. Storey Moosie Drier Newell Alexander Rosemary Alexander Warren Sroka English companies Distributor: GKids Madman Entertainment (Australia and New Zealand) Universal Studios (USA) Licensed by: GKids Payroll Services: Media Services Recording Studio: STUDIOPOLIS, Inc. French staff French cast ADR Director: Jean-Marc Pannetier Claire Baradat as Princesse Kaguya Achille Orsoni as Coupeur de Bambou Adeline Chetail as Servante Benjamin Bollen as Mikado Catherine Artigala as Vieille femme Catherine Desplaces as Ko Donald Reignoux as Sutermaru Hélène Otternaud as Femme du Coupeur de Bambou Narratrice Jérôme Cachon as Ishitsukuri Monique Nevers as Dame Sagami Patrice Dozier as Prince Kuramochi Pauline Brunner as Otsu Xavier Beja as Ministre Abe Yoann Sover as Couns Isonomaki Alban Thuilier Ambre Foubert Coralie Thulier Emma Garnet Francis Benoit Igor Chometowski Isabelle Desplantes Jaynelia Coadou Jean-Luc Atlan Julien Meunier Maïa Constantin Mailk Issolah Myrtille Richardot Nathalie Bleynie Patrice Melennec Patrick Bethune Pierre Baton Thierry D'Armor Tugdual Rio Victoire Villepin French companies (none) Spanish staff Spanish cast ADR Director: Eduardo Gutierrez (Spain dub) Dubbing Director: Fabián Mejía Translation: Ayako Kishi (Spain dub) ADR Script: Eduardo Gutierrez (Spain dub) ADR Engineer: Jesús Javier Sáiz Salso (Spain dub) Mix Engineer: Jesús Javier Sáiz Salso (Spain dub) Analiz Sánchez as Princesa Kaguya Cristina Yuste as Kaguya (Spain dub) Gerardo del Valle as Akita Patricia Bolaños as Lady Sagami Ricardo Bautista as Sutemaru Salvador Najar as Leñador de bambú Luis Mas as The Bamboo Cutter (Spain dub) Pilar Gentil as The Bamboo Cutter's Wife (Spain dub) Raúl Lara as Sutemaru (Spain dub) Alejandro Licera as Servant (Spain dub) Ángel Colomé as Craftsman (Spain dub) Darío López-Yarto as Child B (Spain dub) David Beteta as Musician (Spain dub) Eduardo Gutierrez as Prince Ishitsukuri (Spain dub) Enrique Cazorla as Akita (Spain dub) Enrique Jordá as Uchimaro (Spain dub) Eva Lorenzo as First Wife (Spain dub) Fran Jimenez as Counselor Isonokami (Spain dub) Gerardo del Valle as Isonokami Isabel Donate as Sagami (Spain dub) Isacha Mengíbar as Companion (Spain dub) Jos Gómez as Emperor (Spain dub) Juan Perucho as Minister Abe (Spain dub) María Julia Díaz as Narrator (Spain dub) Marta Marín as Child C (Spain dub) Mateo López-Yarto as Child A (Spain dub) Miguel Zúñiga as Prince Kuramochi (Spain dub) Nagore Germes as Moon Mandatary (Spain dub) Salvador Campoy as Counselor Ootomo (Spain dub) Vicente Gil as Charcoal Elder (Spain dub) Francisco Klee Manuel Pérez Roman Segovia Ruben Leon Spanish companies Broadcaster: Canal MAX (Latin America) Canal UCR (subtitled) Cinemax Latin America HBO (Latin America) HBO Latin America I-Sat (Latin America) Movistar Drama (Spain) Movistar+ Xtra (Spain) Señal Colombia (Colombia) Distributor: Babilla Ciné (Colombia, Theatrical; DVD and Blu-ray) Cinemark (Argentina; subtitled) Madness Films (AniFest 2015) Zima Entertainment Dubbing Studio: Perfect Sound (Spain dub) WG DVD Distribution: Babilla Ciné (Colombia) Internet Streaming: Movistar+ Spain) Netflix Señal Colombia (Colombia) Licensed by: Cinetopia (Chile, Argentina, Peru and Uruguay) Vértigo Films (Spain) Zima Entertainment (Mexico) Theatrical Releaser: Babilla Ciné (Colombia) Italian staff Italian cast Dubbing Director: Gualtiero Cannarsi Translation: Elisa Nardoni Sato Executive producer: Romina Franzini Dialogues: Gualtiero Cannarsi Dubbing Assistant: Sabina Razzi Mixing: Andrea Pochini Chiara Fabiano as Principessa Kaguya (bambina) Lucrezia Marricchi as Principessa Kaguya Ambrogio Colombo as Principe Kuramochi Carlo Valli as Okina Chiara Salerno as Moglie di Okina Flavio Aquilone as Sutemaru Giorgio Borghetti as Principe Ishitsukuri Rita Savagnone as Lady Sagami Anna Teresa Eugeni as Moglie del carbonaio Daniele De Lisi as Artigiano David Chevalier as Medio Consigliere Isonokami Dimitri Winter as Vetturino Domitilla D'Amico as Ancella Edoardo Benedetti as Hei Emidio La Vella as Takemiya Francesco Bulckaen as Mikado Gerolamo Alchieri as Inbe no Akita Gianluca Musiu as Viandante Gianluca Solombrino as Ayabe no Uchimaro Lorenzo D'Agata as Kou Luca Tesei as Otsu Ludovico Versino as Musicante Marco Guadagno as Ministro di Destra Abe Mirko Mazzanti as Capitano Pietro Biondi as Carbonaio Roberto Draghetti as Gran Consigliere Ootomo Serena Sigismondo as Ryo Italian companies Distributor: Lucky Red Dubbing: SEFIT-CDC Internet Streaming: Mediaset Infinity Sound: SEFIT-CDC German staff German cast ADR Director: Erik Paulsen Script: Erik Paulsen Translation: Thilo Mardaus Sarah Alles as Princess Kaguya André Hennicke as Prince Kuramochi Denise Gorzelanny as Narrator Dirk Bublies as Prince Ishitsukuri Kornelia Boje as Bamboo Cutter's Wife Nico Sablik as Sutemaru Sabine Falkenberg as Lady Sagami Uli Krohm as Bamboo Cutter Erich Räuker as Dainagon Otomo Friedel Morgenstern as Girl Gerrit Schmidt-Foß as Mikado Hans Hohlbein as Udaijin Abe Peter Groeger as Inbe no Akita Rainer Fritzsche as Chuunagon Isonokami Reinhard Scheunemann as Old Charburner Uwe Jellinek as Uchimaro German companies Distributor: Universum Anime Dubbing: Christa Kistner Synchronproduktion Portuguese staff Portuguese cast Dubbing Director: Luciene Andreotti Flora Paulita as Kaguya Caio Guarnieri as Sutemaru Cecília Lemes as Ouna (Bamboo Cutter's Wife) José Carlos Guerra as Okina (Bamboo Cutter) Affonso Amajones as Ishitsukuri no Miko Carlos Silveira as Lorde Akita Cassiano Ávila as Mikado César Emílio as Abe no Udaijin Lucas Gama as Isonokami no Chuunagon Nair Silva as Narrator Rosângela Mello as Me no Warawa Tatá Guarnieri as Kuramochi no Miko Walter Cruz as Ootomo no Dainagon Alna Ferreira Carmen Cozzi Dláigelles Riba Fernando Peron Glaucia Franchi Ricardo Vasconcelos Sidney Lilla Vanderlan Mendes Wallace Costa Walter Cruz Portuguese companies Distributor: California Filmes (Brazil) Outsider Films (Portugal) Dubbing Studio: Woodvídeo (Brazil) Internet Streaming: Looke Vivo Play Production: ETC Filmes This encyclopedia is collaboratively edited by the users of this site # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Anime anthology.
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The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Japanese theatrical release poster Japanese かぐや姫の物語 Hepburn Kaguya-hime no Monogatari Directed by Isao Takahata  Produced by Yoshiaki Nishimura Screenplay by Isao Takahata Riko Sakaguchi [ ja] Based on The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter Starring Aki Asakura [ Wikidata] Kengo Kora Takeo Chii Nobuko Miyamoto Music by Joe Hisaishi Edited by Toshihiko Kojima Production company Studio Ghibli Distributed by Toho Release date 23 November 2013 Running time 137 minutes  Country Japan Language Japanese Budget 5 billion ( 49 million) 3] Box office 2. 5 billion ( 27 million) The Tale of the Princess Kaguya ( Japanese: かぐや姫の物語, Hepburn: Kaguya-hime no Monogatari, stylized as The Tale of The Princess Kaguya) is a 2013 Japanese animated fantasy drama film co-written for the screen and directed by Isao Takahata, based on the anonymous literary tale The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter and produced by Studio Ghibli for Nippon Television Network, Dentsu, Hakuhodo DYMP, Walt Disney Japan, Mitsubishi, Toho and KDDI, and distributed by Toho. The film features an ensemble voice cast that includes Aki Asakura, Kengo Kora, Takeo Chii, Nobuko Miyamoto, Atsuko Takahata, Tomoko Tabata, Tatekawa Shinosuke, Takaya Kamikawa, Hikaru Ijūin, Ryudo Uzaki, Nakamura Shichinosuke II, Isao Hashizume, Yukiji Asaoka (in a special appearance) and Tatsuya Nakadai.  5] 6] 7] The film features the final film performance by Chii, who died in June 2012, and was the final film directed by Takahata, who died in April 2018. It was released in Japan on 23 November 2013, distributed by Toho. At the budget of US 49. 3 million, it is the most expensive Japanese movie to date. when. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 87th Academy Awards. The production of the film was the subject of the feature-length documentary film Isao Takahata and His Tale of the Princess Kaguya.  Plot [ edit] A bamboo cutter named Sanuki no Miyatsuko discovers a miniature girl inside a glowing bamboo shoot. Believing her to be a divine presence, he and his wife decide to raise her as their own, calling her "Princess. The girl grows rapidly, causing her parents to marvel and earning her the nickname "Takenoko" Little Bamboo) from the other village children. Sutemaru, the oldest among Kaguya's friends, develops a close relationship with her. Miyatsuko comes upon gold and fine cloth in the bamboo grove in the same way he found his daughter. He takes these as proof of her divine royalty and begins planning to make her a proper princess. He relocates the family to the capital, forcing her to leave her friends behind. She finds herself in a mansion, replete with servants. She is also saddled with a governess who is tasked with taming her into a noblewoman. She struggles with the restraints of nobility, arguing that life should be full of laughter and struggle. When the girl comes of age, she is granted the formal name of "Princess Kaguya" for the light and life that radiates from her. Miyatsuko holds a celebration in commemoration of her naming. At the celebration, Kaguya overhears partygoers ridiculing her father's attempts to turn a peasant girl into a noble through money. Kaguya flees the capital in despair and runs back to the mountains, seeking Sutemaru and her other friends, but discovers that they have all moved away. She passes out in the snow and awakens back at the party. Kaguya grows in beauty, attracting suitors. Five men of noble standing court her, comparing her to mythical treasures. Kaguya tells them she will only marry whoever can bring her the mythical treasure mentioned. Two suitors attempt to persuade her with counterfeits. The third abandons his conquest out of cowardice, and the fourth attempts to woo her with flattering lies. When one of the men is killed in his quest, Kaguya falls into depression. Eventually, the Emperor takes notice of her. Taken with her beauty, he makes advances toward her, revolting her. Kaguya then demonstrates the ability to disappear at will, surprising the Emperor. Understanding that he has been too forward, the Emperor leaves. Kaguya reveals to her parents that she originally came from the Moon after it spoke to her. Once a resident there, she broke its laws, hoping to be exiled to Earth so that she could experience mortal life. When the Emperor made his advances, she silently begged the Moon to help her. Having heard her prayer, the Moon will reclaim her during the next full moon. Kaguya confesses her attachment to Earth and her reluctance to leave. Miyatsuko swears to protect Kaguya and begins assembling defensive forces. Kaguya returns to her hometown and finds Sutemaru, who vows to protect her. Kaguya demonstrates the ability to fly but loses it when she flies by the Moon. Sutemaru, who flew with her, wakes up later, thinking it was a dream. On the night of the full moon, a procession of celestial beings led by the Buddha descends from the Moon, and Miyatsuko is unable to stop it. An attendant offers Kaguya a robe that will erase her memories of Earth but she begs the attendant to grant her a last moment with her parents. The attendant, however, drapes the robe around her, and she appears to forget about her life on Earth. They leave, and Miyatsuko and his wife are distraught. Kaguya looks back one last time, and cries silently as she recognizes the love from her parents. Voice cast [ edit] Character Japanese cast  English dub cast Princess Kaguya Aki Asakura [ ja] Chloë Grace Moretz Caitlyn Leone (young) Sutemaru Darren Criss The Bamboo Cutter Takeo Chii [a] James Caan The Bamboo Cutter's Wife / The Narrator Mary Steenburgen Lady Sagami Atsuko Takahata Lucy Liu Me no Warawa Tomoko Tabata Hynden Walch Inbe no Akita Tatekawa Shinosuke George Segal Prince Ishitsukuri Takaya Kamikawa James Marsden Lord Minister of the Right Abe Hikaru Ijūin Oliver Platt Great Counselor Otomo Ryudo Uzaki Daniel Dae Kim The Mikado Nakamura Shichinosuke II Dean Cain Prince Kuramochi Isao Hashizume Beau Bridges Middle Counselor Isonokami Tamaki Kojo John Cho ^ Yuji Miyake recorded additional dialogue for the bamboo cutter following Takeo Chii's death.  Production [ edit] As a child, Takahata read The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. He recalled that he struggled to relate and sympathize with the protagonist; to him, the "heroines transformation was enigmatic" and that it "didnt evoke any empathy from [him. 11] In 1960, Takahata was preparing for a potential adaptation for his employer Toei Animation, which eventually was abandoned.  After rereading the tale, he realized the story's potential to be entertaining, as long as an adaptation allowed the audience to understand how Princess Kaguya felt.  13] Studio Ghibli revealed that Isao Takahata was working on a feature-length film in 2008.  Takahata announced at the 62nd Locarno International Film Festival in 2009 that he intended to direct a film based on the anonymous Japanese literary tale The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter.  The Tale of the Princess Kaguya was financed by Nippon TV, whose late chairman, Seiichiro Ujiie, gave 5, 000, 000, 000 (approximately US 40, 000, 000) towards the project.  Ujiie loved Takahata's work, and pleaded with Ghibli producer Toshio Suzuki to let Takahata make one more film.  Ujiie died on 3 March 2011, but not before being able to view the script and some of the storyboards.  To make sure the audience emotionally connected with the film, it was important to Takahata that viewers were able to "imagine or recall the reality deep within the drawings" rather than be distracted by a realistic art style.  He wanted to have people "recollect the realities of this life by sketching ordinary human qualities with simple props. 20] To assist with this vision, Osamu Tanabe provided the character designs and animation, and Kazuo Oga drew the watercolor backgrounds.  The release of The Tale of the Princess Kaguya was finally confirmed by Studio Ghibli and distributor Toho on 13 December 2012.  Soundtrack [ edit] In 2012, Shin-ichiro Ikebe was announced to write the film's score. However, in 2013, Joe Hisaishi replaced Ikebe as the composer. This is the first and only time that Hisaishi has scored a film directed by Isao Takahata.  The theme song "When I Remember This Life" was written and performed by Nikaido Kazumi.  24] 25] The music from the film's original soundtrack was released on 20 November 2013. All tracks are written by Joe Hisaishi, except where noted. Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Overture" 0:53 2. "Light" 0:22 3. "The Little Princess" 1:15 4. "The Joy of Living" 1:01 5. "The Sprout" 2:19 6. "Li'l Bamboo" 2:06 7. "Life" 0:59 8. "Mountain Hamlet" 1:53 9. "Robe" 0:34 10. "Setting Out" 1:19 11. "Autumn Harvest" 0:39 12. "Supple Bamboo" 1:22 13. "Writing Practice" 0:47 14. "The Garden of Life" 0:25 15. "The Banquet" 1:22 16. "Despair" 1:07 17. "The Coming of Spring" 1:03 18. "Melody of the Beautiful Koto" 0:34 19. "Spring Waltz" 2:02 20. "Memories of the Village" 1:36 21. "The Nobles' Wild Ride" 1:29 22. "Devotion" 1:28 23. "Cicada Night" 1:12 24. "Mystery of the Moon" 0:48 25. "Sorrow" 1:00 26. "Fate" 1:17 27. "The City of the Moon" 0:28 28. "Going Home" 1:19 29. "Flying" 4:26 30. "The Procession of Celestial Beings I" 2:28 31. "The Parting" 1:07 32. "The Procession of Celestial Beings II" 0:57 33. "Moon" 1:49 34. "When I Remember This Life" Written and performed by Nikaido Kazumi  5:42 35. "Koto Melody" 0:57 36. "Nursery Rhyme" 0:48 37. "Song of the Heavenly Maiden" 1:34 Release [ edit] The Tale of The Princess Kaguya was initially announced to be released simultaneously with The Wind Rises, another Ghibli film by Hayao Miyazaki in Japan in the summer of 2013, 26] which would have marked the first time that the works of the two directors were released together since the release of the films My Neighbor Totoro and Grave of the Fireflies in 1988.  However, in February 2013, distributor Toho announced that the release of Kaguya-Hime no Monogatari would be delayed to Fall 2013, citing concerns that the storyboards were not yet complete.  28] On 12 March 2014, independent distributor GKIDS announced that it had acquired the US rights for the film and that it would release an English dub version produced by Studio Ghibli and Frank Marshall.  Chloë Grace Moretz is the voice of the title character in the English dub. It was released in select theatres in North America on 17 October 2014 and was also released on DVD and Blu-ray in Japan on 3 December 2014.  31] The film was selected to be screened as part of the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.  Its North American première took place at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival during the festival's "Masters" program.  Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] The film debuted at first place during its opening weekend in Japan, grossing 284 million ( US 2. 8 million. 34] By 2 February 2014, the film had grossed 2 313 602 733 (US22 613 153) at the Japanese box office.  The film went on to gross 2. 47 billion ( 25, 348, 933) in Japan.  Overseas, the film grossed 703 232 in North America, 37] and 969 920 in other territories, 38] for a worldwide total of 26, 980, 529. Critical reception [ edit] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes assigned the film a score of 100% Certified Fresh" with an average rating of 8. 21/10 based on 92 reviews. The critics' consensus says, Boasting narrative depth, frank honesty, and exquisite visual beauty, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya is a modern animated treasure with timeless appeal. 39] In February 2014, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya placed 4th in both Kinema Junpo 's Best Ten and their Reader's Choice Awards.  David Ehrlich of The A. V. 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External links [ edit] Official website (in Japanese) United States and Canada official webpage at GKIDS The Tale of the Princess Kaguya at Anime News Network 's encyclopedia The Tale of the Princess Kaguya at The Big Cartoon DataBase The Tale of the Princess Kaguya on IMDb The Tale of the Princess Kaguya at Metacritic The Tale of the Princess Kaguya at Box Office Mojo The Tale of the Princess Kaguya at Rotten Tomatoes.
The Tale of The Princess Kaguya (Kaguyahime no monogatari) PG) Starring: Chloë Grace Moretz, James Caan, Mary Steenburgen, Darren Criss, Lucy Liu Directed By: Isao Takahata Genre: Animation, Family Run Time: 2 hr. 17 min. Found inside a shining stalk of bamboo by an old bamboo cutter (James Caan) and his wife (Mary Steenburgen) a tiny girl grows rapidly into an exquisite young lady (Chloë Grace Moretz. The mysterious young princess enthralls all who encounter her - but ultimately she must confront her fate, the punishment for her crime. 54 Best Kaguya Hime monogatari images, Princess kaguya, Studio ghibli, Ghibli. It's truly sad that we stupid Americans just cannot accept this beautiful artwork in the mainstream. I would take a masterfully animated piece of art like this over a mass produced Cookie Cutter CGI movie any day.
Alternative Titles English: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Synonyms: Kaguyahime no Monogatari, Princess Kaguya Story Japanese: かぐや姫の物語 Information Episodes: 1 Status: Finished Airing Aired: Nov 23, 2013 Source: Other Duration: 2 hr. 17 min. Rating: G - All Ages Statistics Score: 8. 27 1 (scored by 47, 470 users) indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded. Ranked: 261 2 2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+ titles are excluded. Popularity: 1098 Members: 102, 463 Favorites: 1, 063 Summary Stats Watching: 1, 905 Completed: 61, 421 On-Hold: 908 Dropped: 414 Plan to Watch: 37, 815 Total: 102, 463 Score Stats 10 21. 1% 10115 votes) 9 25. 9% 12459 votes) 8 27. 9% 13395 votes) 7 15. 5% 7462 votes) 6 5. 9% 2809 votes) 5 2. 2% 1045 votes) 4 0. 9% 430 votes) 3 0. 3% 150 votes) 2 0. 1% 69 votes) 1 0. 2% 78 votes) All Members Recently Updated By Member Score Status Eps Seen Activity MrBouz - Completed 1 / 1 14 minutes ago speedpop 10 Completed 51 minutes ago NotAsphyxia 8 Completed 51 minutes ago Platinum_Altaria 9 Completed 53 minutes ago Nekoss. Plan to Watch 53 minutes ago BigMechaCheeks 10 Completed 1 hour ago Alix_kenpachi - Plan to Watch 2 hours ago cnews - Plan to Watch 2 hours ago WELLZIBOI 8 Completed 2 hours ago coronelly 8 Completed 3 hours ago WieseAufmWald 8 Completed 4 hours ago sakusaku1582 6 Completed 4 hours ago jalejandromd 8 Completed 4 hours ago JordanDaniel - Completed 5 hours ago Sickday1 9 Completed 6 hours ago Ginko2 10 Completed 6 hours ago thatpvtplatypus 8 Completed 7 hours ago amin-92 8 Completed 7 hours ago Saxman513 - Plan to Watch 7 hours ago MechaWitch 8 Completed 7 hours ago LauraElisa03 - Plan to Watch 8 hours ago maquiawaskino - Watching. 1 8 hours ago redlionn 8 Completed 9 hours ago LEGITPINEAPPLE 9 Completed 10 hours ago goose_luft - Plan to Watch 10 hours ago churab - Plan to Watch 10 hours ago forgottenarrow - Plan to Watch 10 hours ago Viscant34324 7 Completed 10 hours ago Chingbing 7 Completed 11 hours ago Yohantitor 7 Completed 11 hours ago Awanda - Plan to Watch 11 hours ago laichii - Completed 12 hours ago GenoGenu - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 7:10 PM GuiHan - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 7:02 PM Hainisu 8 Completed Yesterday, 6:37 PM Niel_Osawa - Completed Yesterday, 6:36 PM GeoSullivan - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 6:27 PM VoVoXperTz 8 Completed Yesterday, 6:12 PM Wharf - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 6:08 PM MrSwagston 8 Completed Yesterday, 5:45 PM elfyshine 6 Completed Yesterday, 5:36 PM Thales_animes 8 Completed Yesterday, 5:07 PM Akemeru - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 4:53 PM Leuyoen - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 4:33 PM FloridaMan21 8 Completed Yesterday, 4:32 PM caraax 8 Completed Yesterday, 3:58 PM pteab - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 2:51 PM Jai-Hope 7 Completed Yesterday, 2:37 PM uzmki 8 Completed Yesterday, 1:12 PM miukini - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 1:09 PM prasundas 7 Completed Yesterday, 1:05 PM Mulq - Completed Yesterday, 1:03 PM SmokeyTh3Bear 8 Completed Yesterday, 12:39 PM Sarah122 - Completed Yesterday, 12:38 PM uzukke 6 Completed Yesterday, 11:57 AM Vitorbrgamer - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 11:56 AM SvnDayz - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 11:51 AM Half_Blood 8 Completed Yesterday, 11:39 AM DarkOrbit341 - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 11:29 AM punpun10 - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 11:28 AM scarsenpai 10 Completed Yesterday, 11:03 AM Agnasa 9 Completed Yesterday, 10:49 AM lucale20 8 Completed Yesterday, 10:48 AM migupreno - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 10:09 AM tsurenae - Completed Yesterday, 9:55 AM Laddrek - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 9:50 AM Natsu_R4 - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 9:18 AM DEEPSPACEHELL 8 Completed Yesterday, 9:15 AM ReinaSama - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 8:41 AM AugaMika - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 8:34 AM shinigamisid - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 8:31 AM shibe10 - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 8:28 AM Theo-JW23 - Plan to Watch Yesterday, 8:10 AM SealTheFren 7 Completed Yesterday, 8:01 AM Hibikase 9 Completed Yesterday, 7:13 AM.
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売上はイマイチだったみたいだけど優しいタッチで大事なことを教えてくれた素晴らしい映画でした. They were shocked that a daughter born from bamboo was not normal. No please, tell me it isnt so :D. Awww it looks so cute. Production IG, eh? That's the studio behind Attack on Titan, Haikyuu, Kuroko no Basuke, and tonnes of other good anime's animation! And this movie looks good! I'll consider buying this.
And Frozen beat this at the awards. Fail, so fail
Title: Kaguya-hime no Monogatari English: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Synonyms: Kaguyahime no Monogatari, Princess Kaguya Story Japanese: かぐや姫の物語 Type: Movie Total: 1 Status: Completed Aired: Nov 23, 2013 Genres: Fantasy, Historical Duration: 2 hr. 17 min. Rating: G - All Ages Summary: Deep in the countryside, a man named Okina works as a bamboo cutter in a forest, chopping away at the hollow plants day after day. One day, he discovers a small baby inside a glowing shoot. He immediately takes her home, convinced that she is a princess sent to Earth as a divine blessing from heaven. Okina and his wife Ouna take it upon themselves to raise the infant as their own, watching over her as she quickly grows into an energetic young girl. Given the name Kaguya, she fits right in with the village she has come to call home, going on adventures with the other children and enjoying what youth has to offer. But when Okina finds a large fortune of gold and treasure in the forest, Kaguya's life is completely changed. Believing this to be yet another gift from heaven, he takes it upon himself to turn his daughter into a real princess using the wealth he has just obtained, relocating the family to a mansion in the capital. As she leaves her friends behind to enter into an unwanted life of royalty, Kaguya's origins and purpose slowly come to light. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Videos.
Release: 2013 Genres: Fantasy, Historical Status: ongoing Views: 265 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (Dub) Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (Dub) Deep in the countryside, a man named Okina works as a bamboo cutter in a forest, chopping away at the hollow plants day after day. One day, he discovers a small baby inside a glowing shoot. He immediately takes her home, convinced that she is a princess sent to Earth as […] 4. 08 / 5 2 votes Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (Dub) Deep in the countryside, a man named Okina works as a bamboo cutter in a forest, chopping away at the hollow plants day after day. He immediately takes her home, convinced that she is a princess sent to Earth as a divine blessing from heaven. Okina and his wife Ouna take it upon themselves to raise the infant as their own, watching over her as she quickly grows into an energetic young girl. Given the name Kaguya, she fits right in with the village she has come to call home, going on adventures with the other children and enjoying what youth has to when Okina finds a large fortune of gold and treasure in the forest, Kaguyas life is completely changed. Believing this to be yet another gift from heaven, he takes it upon himself to turn his daughter into a real princess using the wealth he has just obtained, relocating the family to a mansion in the capital. As she leaves her friends behind to enter into an unwanted life of royalty, Kaguyas origins and purpose slowly come to light. [Written by MAL Rewrite.
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