Moon Phase (2004–2006)

Oyma no hi yukemuri no saru neko ni hige... de, antatachi dare? 

As everyone visits Kouhei for Hazuki's once-a-month visit and feeding, Yayoi has a scuffle with the first of three servants from the Master.

Directors:

Ryôki Kamitsubo (as Ryoki Kamitsubo), Akiyuki Shinbo

Writers:

Keitaro Arima (manga), Mayori Sekijima (composition) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chiwa Saitô Chiwa Saitô ... Hazuki (voice) (as Chiwa Saito)
Hiroshi Kamiya ... Kôhei Morioka (voice)
Takahiro Sakurai ... Seiji Midô (voice)
Miyu Matsuki Miyu Matsuki ... Kaoru Mido (voice)
Jûrôta Kosugi Jûrôta Kosugi ... Yayoi Mido (voice) (as Jurouta Kosugi)
Michiko Neya Michiko Neya ... Hiromi Anzai (voice)
Hajime Iijima Hajime Iijima ... Editor in Chief (voice)
Sawa Ishige Sawa Ishige ... Arte (voice)
Tadahisa Saizen Tadahisa Saizen ... Brlgus (voice)
Naoki Yanagi Naoki Yanagi ... Jied (voice)
Haruka Kimura Haruka Kimura ... Monkey (voice)
Monica Rial ... Hazuki (voice)
Jason Liebrecht ... Kouhei Morioka (voice)
Luci Christian ... Haiji / Hiraku (voice)
Sonny Strait ... Seiji (voice)
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Storyline

On Hazuki's next monthly visit to feed on Kouhei (who's training in seclusion to learn self-reliance while living inside a large tree), Yayoi, Hikaru, Kaoru and Haiji tag along. Aruto, Vargas and Jeda - still seeking to bring Miss Luna to their Master - arrive at the foot of Yayoi's mountain. Only one of them manages to cross Yayoi's protective enchantment, of which Yayoi becomes aware and deals with the intrusion. Written by statmanjeff

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mountain | tree | barrier | bridge | owl | See All (7) »


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Details

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

14 February 2005 (Japan) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

SHAFT See more »
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Color:

Color
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Did You Know?

Trivia

English title: "Day on the Mountain, Monkey in the Spa, the Cat's Whiskers... And Who Are You?" See more »

Soundtracks

Just For My Love
(ending theme)
words by Rieko Ito
music by Katsutoshi Kitagawa
arrangement by Yasushi Sakurai
Vocals by Miko Twins (Mai Kadowaki and Miyu Matsuki)
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