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Getsumento Heiki Mīna
Getsumen to heiki mina.JPG
A promotional poster for Getsumento Heiki Mīna.
Genre Fantasy, Science fiction, Comedy, Magical girl
TV anime
Director Keiichiro Kawaguchi
Studio Gonzo
Network Japan Fuji TV
Original run January 13, 2007March 24, 2007
Episodes 11+2
Author Nylon
Publisher MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Comic Gao!
Original run February 2007 – ongoing
Anime and Manga Portal

Getsumento Heiki Mīna (月面兎兵器ミーナ ?, lit. Lunar Rabbit Weapon Mīna) was a fictitious anime which appeared in the television miniseries Densha Otoko. In the same manner as Kujibiki Unbalance, an anime that began as a fictitious anime/manga within the anime/manga Genshiken, it has been adapted into a television series, which itself was later adapted into a manga series. The 11-episode series has been adapted by the animation studio Gonzo. It premiered on January 13, 2007 on Japan's Fuji TV.

The Densha Otoko version of Getsumento Heiki Mīna ran for 26 episodes, and the story is totally different from the real-world anime.[1]

Regarding the cast, it was initially rumored that the voice actor for the main character, Mīna Tsukishiro, would be Saori Koide, who played seiyū Karin, the voice of Mina in the Densha Otoko miniseries. It has since been confirmed that professional seiyū Marina Inoue is playing the role.[2]



After establishing contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, it was found that humans were the only race to develop various sports. The number of alien sports fans grew dramatically, and the most fanatic of them regularly harass stadiums for taking part in a game, or demanding a good show, etc. Finally a treaty was settled, ruling all interferences towards other planets' cultures illegal. Rabbit Force, a group of rabbit-themed henshin girls, became responsible for enforcing the treaty and capturing any offenders.


  • Mina Tsukuda (佃 美奈 Tsukuda Mina ?)
Voiced by: Marina Inoue

Mina is a regular high school student who has recently become an announcer for "SpoLuna". After making a terrible impression on her first day on the job, she is told that she will be given the chance to redeem herself by interviewing a famous baseball player. During the interview, an alien attacks, and the Rabbit Warrior Otsuki Mina arrives to save the day. Unfortunately, she is overpowered, but a strange flying baby awakens Mina's powers, and she becomes Mina Tsukishiro, another Rabbit Warrior. After defeating the alien, she becomes a rather reluctant member of Rabbit Force. Hates carrots. Unfortunately for her, her transformation is activated by carrots.

  • Suiren Kōshū (甲州 翠怜 Kōshū Suiren ?)
Voiced by: Shizuka Itō

One of Mina's fellow announcers.

  • Daisuke Kiryū (桐生 大介 Kiryū Daisuke ?)
Voiced by: Hiroki Touchi

Mina's other fellow announcer. Mina has a crush on him.

  • Katō D (加藤D ?)
Voiced by: Mitsuo Iwata

The director of SpoLuna. He gets angry with Mina when she leaves work (to become Mina Tsukishiro).

  • AD Suzuki (AD鈴木 ?)
Voiced by: Masato Amada
  • Escartin Mutsumune (六棟 エスカルティン Mutsumune Esukarutin ?)
Voiced by: Eri Nakao

A pink-haired girl with a long bang that moves about on her head. She dislikes Mina, and is always trying to sabotage her, as she is jealous of her being an announcer. She sleeps in a secret room in the prop room. In the last episode, she becomes an announcer.

  • Nakoru Hazemi (羽蝉 ナコル Hazemi Nakoru ?)
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa

The sister of Kanji. Her alter ego is Mina Minazuki.

  • Kanji Hazemi (羽蝉 寛治 Hazemi Kanji ?)
Voiced by: Mitsuki Saiga

The brother of Nakoru. He is on the baseball team. He has a HUGE crush on Mina Tsukishiro.

  • Jun'ichiro Yoshimi (吉見 純一郎 Yoshimi Jun'ichiro ?)
Voiced by: Jun Oosuka

He is in love with Mina.

  • Tomo Mochimura (餅村 トモ Mochimura Tomo ?)
Voiced by: Ai Tokunaga
  • Yuu Takanashi (小鳥遊 由宇 Takanashi Yuu ?)
Voiced by: Kazuko Kojima

She discovers Mina's secret, and tries to blackmail her. However, she is also a member of Rabbit Force, Mina Tamamushi.

  • Tsutsuji Sanae (早苗 つつじ Sanae Tsutsuji ?)
Voiced by: Saki Nakajima

Also known as Paparazzi. She became the target of a sniper when she took a photo containing a terrorist alien. Her alter ego is Mina Satsuki.

  • Minamo Haibara (灰原 水面 Haibara Minamo ?)
Voiced by: Mamiko Noto
  • Sumire Nishiha (西羽 すみれ Nishiha Sumire ?)
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi

A girl with her own private jets. She dislikes Mina Otsuki, and ruins her reputation by making her appear to be a maniac who loves killing. However, she doesn't count on Mina revealing her true identity, the other Minas taking a stand against her, or Nanashi revealing a video showing her plotting to discredit Otsuki. She has an assistant named Yayoi. Her alter ego is Mina Shiwasu.

  • Halmina Goldberg (ハルミナ·ゴールドバーグ Harumina Gōrudobāgu ?)
Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe

Rabbit Force

  • Mīna Tsukishiro (月城 ミーナ Tsukishiro Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Marina Inoue

The alter ego of Mina Tsukuda. Mīna Tsukishiro's weapons are two high tech carrots. These have morphed into various forms including a multiple missile launcher and a hammer. Ironically, her alter ego hates carrots.

  • Mīna Ohtsuki (大月 ミーナ Ōtsuki Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Shizuka Itō

The alter ego of Suiren Koshu. She is the first member of Rabbit force introduced. Her weapons are a pair of high tech beets. These have transformed into a pair of clubs and a large baton.

  • Mīna Minazuki (水無月 ミーナ Minazuki Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa

The alter ego of Nakoru Hazemi. Mīna Minazuki's weapons are two high tech tomatoes. These have morphed into a miniature tomato bomb launcher.

  • Mīna Tamamushi (玉虫 ミーナ Tamamushi Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Kazuko Kojima

The alter ego of Yuu Takanashi. Her weapons are a pair of high tech cherries. These do not transform, but she does use cherry bombs.

  • Mīna Satsuki (皐月 ミーナ Satsuki Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Saki Nakajima

The alter ego of Tsutsuji Sanae. Unlike the others, although her transformation is activated by blueberries, her weapon is not a pair of high tech blueberries, but a bazooka.

  • Mīna Shiwasu (師走 ミーナ Shiwasu Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Ayako Kawasumi

The alter ego of Sumire Nishiha. She does not use weapons to fight, instead choosing to reason with the aliens.

  • Mīna Yayoi (弥生 ミーナ Yayoi Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Omi Minami

Mina Shiwasu's assistant.

  • Mīna Hazuki (葉月 ミーナ Hazuki Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Chie Horikoshi
  • Mīna Shiratori (白鳥 ミーナ Shiratori Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Michiko Neya
  • Mīna Shimotsuki (霜月 ミーナ Shimotsuki Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe

The alter ego of Halmina Goldberg.

  • Mīna Kisaragi (如月 ミーナ Kisaragi Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Mayumi Asano
  • Mīna Akiyama (秋山 ミーナ Akiyama Mīna ?)
Voiced by: Mamiko Noto

The alter ego of Minamo Haibara.

  • Nanashi (名無し ?)
Voiced by: Joji Nakata

A baby with rabbit ears, who is always sucking on a pacifier. It is the leader of Rabbit Force.


# Title Original air date
01 "First Jujitsu"
"Hajimete no Jūjitsu" (はじめての汁実) 
02 "I Love Pro Wrestling"
"Puroresu Daisuki" (プロレス大好き) 
03 "Magic Ball of the Promise"
"Yakusoku no Makyū" (やくそくの魔球) 
04 "Mutsumune's Big Break"
"Mutsumune Dai Burēku" (六棟大ブレーク) 
05 "Red Card for Miina?"
"Mīna ni Reddo Kādo?" (ミーナに赤札?) 
06 "The Bottom of the Bath"
"Rotenburo no Soko" (露天風呂のソコ) 
EX-1 "Lovely Halmina"
"Uruwashi no Harumina" (麗しのハルミナ) 
07 "Suiren's Scandal"
"Suiren-senpai no Furin" (翠怜先輩の不倫) 
08 "Nakoru, Displeased"
"Fukigen na Nakoru" (不機嫌なナコル) 
09 "Deathmatch at 1,000 Kilometers"
"Kōdo Senkiromētoru no Shitō" (高度千粁の死闘) 
10 "It Came from Space!"
"Uchū kara Kita yo" (宇宙から来たヨ) 
11 "Last Announcement"
"Rasuto Anaunsu" (最終アナウンス) 
EX-2 "The Tale of Mīna Akiyama"
"Akiyama Mīna Densetsu" (秋山ミーナ伝説) 

Note: EX-1 and EX-2 are DVD-exclusive episodes.

Theme songs

  • Opening Theme
"Lights, Camera. Action!" by Halcali
  • Ending Theme
"Beautiful Story" by Marina Inoue , Yasutaka Nakata


  1. ^ Getsumen To Heiki Mina: Part 1 - From Fiction…
  2. ^ Getsumen To Heiki Mina - Anime News Network

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