Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox - Netflix

Modern-day middle school girl Hideyoshi is mysteriously hurled into a world resembling the warring states period of Japanese history, only this time it's inhabited only by women. This world's Oda Nobunaga is gathering the legendary Crimson Armor so she can rule the world, and for some reason needs Hideyoshi's help to do it.

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2011-04-04

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox - People of the Sengoku period in popular culture - Netflix

Many significant Japanese historical people of the Sengoku period appear in works of popular culture such as anime, manga, and video games. This article presents information on references to several historical people in such works.

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox - Toyotomi Hideyoshi - Netflix

Eiji Yoshikawa's novel Taiko ki (English title: Taiko: An Epic Novel of War and Glory in Feudal Japan) is about the life of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi appears in the Samurai Warriors and Warriors Orochi game series. In Samurai Warriors: Xtreme Legends and SW2, he unites the land and allows many enemies to live. In Warriors Orochi series, he works with Oda Nobunaga in killing Orochi twice. He is reunited with Nene, his wife, in Warriors Orochi 2. In this series, he finds many women throughout the battlefields to be attractive. In Dream Mode, he works with Oda Nobunaga, and Tokugawa Ieyasu in proving their strength to Cao Cao, Liu Bei and Sun Quan at Fan Castle. He is also in Samurai Warriors Katana, a spinoff of the SW series. He is a playable character in the game Sengoku Basara 2 as a giant man able to grab onto soldiers, blowing off a volley of arrows, even parting the sea, with his bare hands. He wants nothing more but power, so much that he killed his historical wife in order to become a unifier of Japan. He had a one-sided friendship with Maeda Keiji a long time ago until he was changed while being humiliated and injured by Matsunaga Hisahide. in Sengoku Basara 3, Hideyoshi is killed by Ieyasu Tokugawa before the events of the game. Mitsunari Ishida seeks to kill Ieyasu to avenge Hideyoshi, although in anime, he was killed by Masamune Date and Mitsunari wants to kill Masamune for revenge. Appearing in the Onimusha series, Hideyoshi was a major antagonist in the first two games while vassal to Nobunaga. Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams, where he is one of the principal antagonists, gives a fictional portrayal of Hideyoshi's reign and death. He is also the center of Koei's Taikou Risshiden series of games, which focus primarily on Hideyoshi's rise to prominence. In the game Age of Empires II: The Conquerors Expansion, in the “Kyoto” scenario, the player, as Toyotomi Hideyoshi, must fight to avenge “Lord Nobunaga's” death in Kyoto. Toyotomi (or his faction) is a selectable character in the Shogun: Total War and Throne of Darkness games. The character Taikō Nakamura in James Clavell's novel Shōgun is a pastiche of Toyotomi. The board game Shogun, features Hashiba (Toyotomi) Hideyoshi as one of the Daimyos to choose. In the eroges Sengoku Rance and Sengoku Hime, he is portrayed as a monkey named Toukichirou, which is Hideyoshi's other name (in Sengoku Rance) or a monkey general (in Sengoku Hime). Hideyoshi also appears in the anime series, Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox, where he is instead portrayed as a modern-day school girl named Yoshino Hide (a pun on Hideyoshi) who somehow winds up in Feudal Japan where she meets gender-swapped versions of the heroes during the Sengoku Period. In the strategy game Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition, he is featured with a Monferno. A special Wi-Fi episode focusing on him later reveals his connection to Reshiram, like Nobunaga is partnered to Zekrom. Professional wrestler Michael Nakazawa wrestled as Hideyoshi for the Dramatic Dream Team promotion on February 10, 2013. A version of Hideyoshi appears in Gaim's portion of Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle. He is the lord of the Double Army and appears alongside his wife Cha-cha. When Bujin Double is killed by Bujin Gaim and the Nephenthes Inhumanoid (assisted by Armored Rider Zangetsu/Takatora Kureshima who mistakes Bujin Gaim for his world's Gaim), Hideyoshi prepares to fight them himself but Cha-cha gives him an ultimatum: choose her or the war. Hideyoshi chooses her and they retreat. He is portrayed by Minehiro Kinomoto who previously portrayed Ryu Terui/Kamen Rider Accel (who Hideyoshi's personality and mannerisms are similar to) in Kamen Rider W. Hideyoshi is a playable character in the social romance sim Samurai Love Ballad (天下統一恋の乱 Love Ballad) produced by Voltage (company).

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox - References - Netflix