Fantastic Children

Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation.wikipedia
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Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation.
Fantastic Children - October 2004, TV Tokyo

Takashi Nakamura

Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation.
Fantastic Children (2004): director, original creator, script, character designs

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It is licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment, who also produced a separate English dub for release in the region.

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It included both the opening theme of the show, "Voyage" (performed by Inori, lyrics by Mikio Sakai, composition by Mayumi Yamazaki, arrangement by Takanori Eguchi), and the ending theme, "Mizu no Madoromi" (performed by Origa, lyrics by Rie Hamada, composition and arrangement by Kunihiko Ryo).
In 2005, Origa performed songs for the anime series Fantastic Children, most notably the ending theme "Mizu no Madoromi".

Mikio Sakai

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It included both the opening theme of the show, "Voyage" (performed by Inori, lyrics by Mikio Sakai, composition by Mayumi Yamazaki, arrangement by Takanori Eguchi), and the ending theme, "Mizu no Madoromi" (performed by Origa, lyrics by Rie Hamada, composition and arrangement by Kunihiko Ryo).
He has composed, written and performed numerous songs for several anime, including Fantastic Children, Tsubasa Chronicle, the Gorō Taniguchi-directed Sunrise productions, Planetes, s-CRY-ed, Code Geass, and Chivalry of a Failed Knight, as well as various other media.

Kōji Ueno

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In 2004, he composed the music for the lauded Takashi Nakamura-directed anime television series, Fantastic Children.

Monthly Comic Flapper

Fantastic Children: Tokei Jikake no Tabibito-tachi, illustrated by Masakazu Miyano, was serialized in the monthly Comic Flapper.
Fantastic Children

Hideki Mitsui

Script: Hideki Mitsui, Takashi Nakamura
2004: Fantastic Children (script)

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Developed by Inti Creates, the game follows Tohma through his adventures from Papen Island with Helga, Chitto and the Befort Children.

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It included both the opening theme of the show, "Voyage" (performed by Inori, lyrics by Mikio Sakai, composition by Mayumi Yamazaki, arrangement by Takanori Eguchi), and the ending theme, "Mizu no Madoromi" (performed by Origa, lyrics by Rie Hamada, composition and arrangement by Kunihiko Ryo).
(2004–2005) Arranged the ending theme of Fantastic Children.

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Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation.

Television show

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Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation.

Japan

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It first aired in Japan across TV Tokyo between October 4, 2004 and March 28, 2005, totaling 26 episodes.

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It first aired in Japan across TV Tokyo between October 4, 2004 and March 28, 2005, totaling 26 episodes.

English language

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The series was later translated and dubbed by Animax into English for broadcast across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

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The series was later translated and dubbed by Animax into English for broadcast across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

South Asia

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The series was later translated and dubbed by Animax into English for broadcast across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

North America

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It is licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment, who also produced a separate English dub for release in the region.

Belgium

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The series opens with the introduction of a group of white-haired children, known as the "Befort Children", named after "Befort" a fictional village in Belgium where their existence was first recorded in 1489.

Europe

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Tohma, through his desire to help the two runaway orphans, ventures out on a quest that will eventually cross paths with the mission of the Befort Children, who have spent centuries wandering Europe in search of a person named Tina.

Protagonist

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Tohma is the series protagonist.

Extraversion and introversion

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Helga is a quiet and introverted young girl, whom Tohma helps save from an oppressive orphanage.

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Music producer: Yūko Sakurai (Victor Entertainment)