Rozen Maiden (2004–2006)
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The show starts off with a quick glimpes of Saugin Tou in a broken world. Shinku attempts to 'teach' a demanding Hina Ichigo (Hina) how to be a servant which wakes up a very unhappy Jun. ... See full synopsis »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Miyuki Sawashiro ...
Shinku (voice)
Asami Sanada ...
Jun Sakurada (voice)
Noriko Rikimaru ...
Nori Sakurada (voice)
Rie Tanaka ...
Suiginto (voice)
Masayo Kurata ...
Tomoe Kashiwaba (voice)
Kyôsei Tsukui ...
Tantei Kunkun (voice)
Ken Yamaguchi ...
Madam Shinju (voice)
Daiki Nakamura ...
Azarashi (voice)
Yoko Honda ...
Joshu (voice)
Mayako Nigo ...
Rabbit Fujin (voice)
Tatsuhisa Suzuki ...
Danshi Seito (voice)
Takayuki Hayakawa ...
Danshi Seito (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Souseiseki (voice)
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Tomoe (voice)
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Nori (voice) (as Minx Lee)
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The show starts off with a quick glimpes of Saugin Tou in a broken world.

Shinku attempts to 'teach' a demanding Hina Ichigo (Hina) how to be a servant which wakes up a very unhappy Jun. The dolls finally leave the room and go to breakfast. Hina refuses to eat since she would prefer to have her favorite meal that is white, red and black. Nori promises to find it for her and rushes off to school. Hina tries to talk with Jun about being left alone but he gets upset.

Nori continues to think about Hina's favorite food and comes to the conclusion during math class that it is mentai ikasumi pasta.

As Shinku watches Dectective Kun Kue, Hina practices coloring by using the walls and floors of the house. Jun finds the mess, gets upset again and tells her to go back to Tomoe's house. Shinku explains that Hina can no longer return to Tomoe because she is now dependent on Jun's power. As Jun's frustration continues, he decides to leave the house despite feeling anxious.

Shinku shows Hina the ...

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21 October 2004 (Japan)  »

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