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Fruits Basket
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Kanji フルーツバスケット
Rōmaji Furūtsu Basuketto
Directed by Akitaro Daichi
Written by Higuchi Tachibana
Studio Studio Deen
Licensed by Funimation
Network TV Tokyo
Original run July 5, 2001 – December 27, 2001
Episodes 26

Fruits Basket (フルーツバスケット, Furūtsu Basuketto) is an first animated adaptation of the manga of the same name by Natsuki Takaya. The anime series is directed by Akitaro Daichi and produced by Studio Deen.

List of Episodes

Main article: List of Episodes

Theme Songs

Staff

Japanese

  • Director: Akitaro Daichi
  • Producer: Masami Yanagihara, Noriko Kobayashi & Tatsuji Yamazaki
  • Script: Aki Itami (8 episodes), Mamiko Ikeda (9 episodes) & Rika Nakase (9 episodes)
  • Storyboard: Hiroshi Nagahama, Keiji Gotoh (eps 5, 22) & Tadashi Hiramatsu (ep 26)
  • Episode Director: Haruo Sotozaki (eps 20, 23-24), Hiroshi Nagahama (eps 18, 25), Keiji Gotoh (eps 5, 22), Masahiko Otsuka (ep 11), Nagisa Miyazaki (eps 1, 26), Tadashi Hiramatsu (ep 8) & Waruo Suzuki (ep 14)
  • Music: Jun Abe & Seiji Muto
  • Art Director: Chikako Shibata
  • Character Designer: Akemi Hayashi
  • Chief Animation Director: Akemi Hayashi
  • Animation Director: Haruo Sotozaki (6 episodes)
  • Sound Director: Akitarō Daichi & Yasunori Ebina
  • Director of Photography: Masayuki Kawaguchi
  • Producer: Masami Yanagihara, Noriko Kobayashi & Tatsuji Yamazaki
  • Animation: Hiroshi Nagahama (Opening & Closing)
  • Animation producer: Kazunori Noguchi
  • Assistant Director: Hiroshi Nagahama & Nagisa Miyazaki
  • Associate producer: Atsushi Moriyama
  • Background Art: Aki Chiba
  • Clean-Up Animation: Kozue Arai & Yoko Nagano
  • Color design: Shinji Matsumoto
  • Design Production Assistant: Takashi Yamana
  • Editing: Masahiro Matsumura
  • In-Between Animation: Hiroko Kanehara & Masafumi Nakagawa
  • In-Between Check: Atsushi Sawamura & Ryūichi Akahori
  • Production manager: Yoshimitsu Ishii
  • Series Editor: Rika Nakase
  • Sound Effects: Ijo Okuda
  • Theme Song Arrangement: Tatsuya Murayama
  • Theme Song Composition: Ritsuko Okazaki
  • Theme Song Lyrics: Ritsuko Okazaki (OP, ED)
  • Theme Song Performance: Ritsuko Okazaki

English

  • ADR Director: Justin Cook
  • Translation: Steven J. Simmons
  • Executive producer: Cindy Brennan Fukunaga, Gen Fukunaga
  • Producer: Barry Watson, Daniel Cocanougher
  • ADR Engineer: Aaron Hatch, Justin Cook
  • Line Producer: Justin Cook
  • Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Evan O'Conner Jones
  • Mixing Assistant: Neal Malley
  • Production Assistant: Aaron Davidson, Brian Thomas, Derrik Poitevint, Jessie Mancilla, Patti, Nichol-Ringler, Richie DeMeglio, Shane Ray
  • Script Adaptation: John Burgmeier
  • Script Supervision: Jeremy Carlile
  • Subtitling: Brian Thomas
  • Talent Coordination: Matthew Piersall
  • Theme Song Performance: Laura Bailey (ED), Meredith McCoy (OP)
  • Video Editing: Daniel Mancilla, Jeremy Jimenez

Cast and Voice Actors

Character Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Tohru Honda Yui Horie Laura Bailey
Yuki Sohma Aya Hisakawa Eric Vale
Kyo Sohma Tomokazu Seki Jerry Jewell
Shigure Sohma Ryōtarō Okiayu John Burgmeier
Arisa Uotani Yuka Imai Parisa Fakhri
Saki Hanajima Reiko Yasuhara Daphne Gere
Kagura Sohma Kotono Mitsuishi Meredith McCoy
Momiji Sohma Ayaka Saitō Kimberly Grant
Ayame Sohma Mitsuru Miyamoto Christopher R. Sabat
Hatori Sohma Kazuhiko Inoue Kent Williams
Hatsuharu Sohma Akio Suyama Justin Cook
Kisa Sohma Kaori Nazuka Kate Bristol
Hiro Sohma Yuriko Fuchizaki Aaron Dismuke
Ritsu Sohma Miina Tominaga Mike McFarland
Akito Sohma Murasaki Wakaba Chad Cline
Kyoko Honda Reiko Yasuhara Julie Mayfield
Kazuma Sohma Norihiro Inoue Dameon Clarke
Motoko Minagawa Kaori Shimizu Jamie Marchi
Megumi Hanajima Omi Minami Holly Townson
Makoto Takei Yuji Ueda Kyle Hebert
Mitsuru Akemi Okamura Cynthia Cranz

Videos

Gallery

Releases

Japanese

English

Trivia

  • Some parts of the plot deviated from the manga and were portrayed differently, such as Momiji and Shigure's mannerisms. Throughout production, Daichi and Takaya ran into disagreements, including the cast, coloring details, and Daichi's storytelling style, leading Takaya to disliking the series.[1]

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