My Master Has No Tail TV Anime Character PV Introduces Tricksy Tanuki

Japanese broadcast details revealed for adaptation based on comedy manga by TNSK

Mameda, a tanuki girl in human form, laughs heartily and swings her paper fan while practicing rakugo in a scene from the upcoming My Master Has No Tail TV anime.


It's almost time to pull some pranks on humans in the Taisho Era, because a new character preview video and the Japanese broadcast schedule have been revealed for My Master Has No Tail (known in Japan as Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga nai), an upcoming TV anime based on the comedy manga by TNSK about a shape-shifting tanuki girl who falls in love with the art of rakugo.


The PV (below) focuses on the main character, Mameda (CV: M・A・O), a female tanuki who leaves her rural village for the big city of Osaka with the intent on tricking humans only to find that the modern world doesn't have much time for illusions and pranks.



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The original My Master Has No Tail manga is serialized in Kodansha's Good! Morning seinen manga magazine, and an English language version is also available from Kodansha USA, who describe the story of the series as follows:


Mameda is a tanuki who was born in the wrong era - all she wants is to trick humans, but that age of tanuki shenanigans is over. But one woman, a rakugo master named Bunko, shows Mameda it's still possible to cast magic on humans...only with words, not illusions. Mameda is determined to become Bunko's apprentice, but can she convince the stoic master to take her on...?


A key visual for the upcoming My Master Has No Tail TV anime featuring the main cast dressed in the kimonos of rakugo storytellers.


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The My Master Has No Tail TV anime is directed by Hideyo Yamamoto and features animation production by LIDENFILMS. The series will broadcast in Japan according to the following TV schedule:


  • TOKYO MX: every Friday during the 22:30 time slot beginning on September 30, 2022.
  • Mainichi Broadcasting System: every Saturday during the 26:08 time slot beginning on October 01, 2022.
  • BS Asahi: every Sunday during the 23:00 time slot beginning on October 02, 2022.
  • AT-X: every Tuesday during the 21:30 time slot beginning on October 04, 2022.


Please note that some Japanese TV schedules count early morning programming as late night programming for the previous day, so for example the 26:08 time slot on Saturday evening is actually on Sunday morning at 2:08am JST.


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice: © TNSK・Kodansha / Kojakutei Silent Moving Picture Club


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