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Shin SOS dai Tôkyô tankentai (2007)

Ryuhei Ozaki is a 5th grader who discovers a journal written by his father Shohei when he was himself a kid: "Tokyo Exploring Records,". Ryuhei informs his online friends and create his own... See full summary »

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Sayaka Aida ...
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Yu Asakawa ...
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Issei Futamata ...
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Bin Shimada ...
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Kikumi Umeda ...
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Ryuhei Ozaki is a 5th grader who discovers a journal written by his father Shohei when he was himself a kid: "Tokyo Exploring Records,". Ryuhei informs his online friends and create his own exploration team. During the summer vacation, the three boys decide to go down a manhole into the sewers in quest of a hidden treasure indicated on the journal. Little did they know that the 'abandoned' sewers are hiding a very real treasure of the Japanese army, but also it's fierce guardian and a whole lot of weird 'undergrounders'. Written by Green Yogi

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19 May 2007 (Japan)  »

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SOS! Tokyo Metro Explorers: The Next  »

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Don't miss this great 40mn animation.
24 June 2014 | by (East of Eden) – See all my reviews

I just watched this movie and seeing there's no plot outline and no picture on the main IMDb page, I thought it was sad that such a remarkable film was so poorly represented here. It's one of those Japanese animation that has such a great plot that you just get drawn in from the first few minutes, only to be carried away till the end. In this case the end came a bit fast to my taste, the whole movie clocking at 41mn with credits. Well, better be short and great than long and... less than great. So in case you've been wondering about this title, simply stop. Grab it and get ready to follow Ryuhei, with a few online buddies and his unexpected (but resourceful!) young brother Sasuke in the not so abandoned tunnels of the Tokyo metro. U might end up discovering the hidden treasure of the Japanese army, unless U stumble upon Kazilla, the giant monster !! Very well made in all regards, I was surprised went it finished so fast. Near perfect piece of animation.


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