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Anmitsu Hime
Anmitsu DVD2.jpg
Cover of the second DVD box for the anime.
あんみつ姫
Genre Fantasy, Comedy
Manga
Author Shosuke Kurakane
Publisher Kobunsha
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Shōjo (magazine)
Original run May 1949April 1955
Volumes 4
Manga
Author Izumi Takemoto
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run September 1986October 1987
Volumes 4
TV anime
Anmitsu Hime: From Amakara Castle
Director Masami Anno
Studio Studio Pierrot
Network Japan FNS series, RAB, YBS
Hong Kong TVB Jade
Republic of China Super TV
Original run October 5, 1986September 27, 1987
Episodes 51
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Anmitsu Hime (あんみつ姫 meaning Princess Anmitsu or Sugar Princess ?) is a manga series by Shosuke Kurakane.

The story was originally produced in 1949-1955.

In 1986-1987, Izumi Takemoto retold the original manga series, releasing it under the same title.

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Film

Two films were made in 1954, followed by one created 1960.

TV drama

The first TV drama series was broadcast in 1958-1960, featuring Misao Nakahara as Anmitsu.

Second TV drama series was broadcast in 1983-1984, featuring Kyōko Koizumi as Anmitsu.

Third TV drama series was broadcast in 2008-, featuring Mao Inoue as Anmitsu.

Animated

An anime adaptation, called Sugar Princess: From Amakara Castle was made by Studio Pierrot, aired on Fuji TV from October 1986 to September 1987 for a 51-episode run.[1]

The series is about a tomboy princess took place in feudal era, but with modern-day technology.

Video game

A Sega Master System video game based on the series was translated for the Europe, North America and Oceania markets as Alex Kidd in High-Tech World, with Anmitsu Hime characters replaced with Alex Kidd characters.

References

  1. ^ "Sugar Princess." Studio Pierrot. Retrieved on February 10, 2009.

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