Fushigi Yuugi - Netflix
While visiting the National Library, junior-high students Miaka Yuuki and Yui Hongo are transported into the world of a mysterious book set in ancient China, "The Universe of The Four Gods." Miaka suddenly finds herself with the responsibility of being the priestess of Suzaku, and must find all of her celestial warriors for the purpose of summoning Suzaku for three wishes; however, the enemy nation of the god Seiryuu has manipulated Yui into becoming the priestess of Seiryuu. As enemies, the former best friends begin their long struggle to summon their respective gods and obtain their wishes...
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Runtime: 25 minutes
Fushigi Yuugi - List of Fushigi Yûgi episodes - Netflix
This is a complete episode listing for the anime series Fushigi Yûgi. Directed by Hajime Kamegaki, the fifty-two episode series was produced by Studio Pierrot. It is based on the first fourteen volumes of the Fushigi Yûgi manga series written and illustrated by Yuu Watase. The series premiered on TV Tokyo and on the satellite channel Animax on April 6, 1995 and concluded on March 28, 1996. The series was followed by three Original Video Animation releases. The first three episode OVA, released October 25, 1996, was not based on the manga, but was purely an anime creation. The second OVA is based on the final four volumes of the manga series. Spanning six episodes, the series was released as two three-episode volumes, with the first released on May 25, 1997, and the second coming over a year later on August 25, 1998. The final OVA, titled Fushigi Yûgi Eikoden, is based on two related light novels written by Megumi Nishizaki. Released on December 21, 2001, the series spans four episodes. The entire Fushigi Yûgi anime series, including the three OVAs, were licensed for Region 1 release by Geneon Entertainment. The series was released under the expanded title Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play. The TV series was released in eight individual volumes that contained 6–7 episodes each. It was also released in two collectible box sets, with season one contained in the “Suzaku” set and season two named the “Seiryu” set. The first two OVAs were released together in a set titled “Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play OVA”, while Fushigi Yûgi Eikoden was released as a single disc volume. The two box sets and the two OVAs were released with similar packaging, to give them a consistent look. All four of these sets were taken out-of-print and no longer available. With the closure of Geneon USA, the individual volumes may now also be out-of-print. On their Facebook page, the company Media Blasters announced that they have rescued the TV series and will release the first season in April 2012. Fushigi Yûgi uses three pieces of theme music. All fifty-two episodes feature the song “Itōshii Hito no Tame ni” (いとおしい人のために), performed by Akemi Satō, as the opening sequence theme. Yukari Konno's “Tokimeki no Dōkasen” (ときめきの導火線) is used as the series closing theme, except for episode thirty-three which uses “Song of the Wind” (風の旋律, Kaze no Uta), performed by Chika Sakamoto, is used as a memorial sequence for Nuriko. For the final episode, the regular ending theme is used along with the opening theme “Itōshī Hito no Tame ni.” The episodes are summarized, below, using in-universe tone.
Fushigi Yuugi - Season 2: 1995–1996 - Netflix
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