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Miss Hokusai ()

Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai (original title)
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The life and works of Japanese artist and ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Hokusai, as seen from the eyes of his daughter, Katsushika O-Ei.

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O-Ei (voice)
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O-Ei (voice) (as An)
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Katsushika Hokusai / Additional Voices (voice)
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Katsushika Hokusai (voice)
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Ikeda Zenjirô (voice)
Ezra Weisz ...
Zenjiro Ikeda (voice)
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Kuninao Utagawa (voice)
Kengo Kôra ...
Utagawa Kuninao (voice)
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Koto / Additional Voices (voice)
Jun Miho ...
Koto (voice)
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O-Nao (voice)
Shion Shimizu ...
O-Nao (voice)
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Hatsugoro / Additional Voices (voice)
Michitaka Tsutsui ...
Iwakubo Hatsugorô (voice)
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Sayogoromo (voice)
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Sayogoromo / Additional Voices (voice)
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Manjido / Additional Voices (voice)
Danshun Tatekawa ...
Manjidô (voice)
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Kichiya / Additional Voices (voice)
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Kiichiya (voice)
Spencer Rosen ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Lipica Shah ...
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Samurai
Sanae Fuku ...
House maid
Tomotaka Hachisuka ...
Master
Hiroki Matsukawa ...
Hot pepper peddler
Kayô Nakajima ...
Master's wife
Rikako Ota ...
Child
Fûka Sudô ...
Child
Yuji Suzuki ...
Dumpling peddler
Ayako Takeuchi ...
Geisha
Ikuko Tani ...
Male brothel mama
Gen Ueda ...
Child
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Teahouse Kid (voice)
Satoshi Yamazaki ...
Child
Genki Yoshimoto ...
Soap bubble peddler
Yumeka Yoshimoto ...
Waitress

Directed by

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Keiichi Hara
Stephanie Sheh
Michael Sinterniklaas

Written by

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Hinako Sugiura ... (comic "Sarusuberi")
 
Miho Maruo ... (screenplay)
 
Stephanie Sheh ... (english adaptation)

Produced by

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Eric Beckman ... producer: english version
Sophia Harvey ... producer: english version
David Jesteadt ... producer: english version
Keiko Matsushita ... producer
Asako Nishikawa ... producer
Michael Sinterniklaas ... producer: english version
Kazuhiro Ôta ... executive producer

Music by

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Harumi Fuuki ... (as Harumi Fuki)

Cinematography by

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Kôji Tanaka

Film Editing by

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Shigeru Nishiyama

Art Direction by

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Hiroshi Ôno ... (as Hiroshi Ohno)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Masako Sato ... assistant director

Art Department

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Satoshi Hashimoto ... color designer

Sound Department

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Stephanie Sheh ... adr director
Michael Sinterniklaas ... adr director / re-recording mixer
Anthony Tortorici ... dialogue editor

Animation Department

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Masashi Ando ... key animator
Akira Honma ... key animator
Kazuki Hoshino ... key animator (as Madoya Hoshino)
Yuuki Igarashi ... brush animator
Ei Inoue ... key animator
Toshiyuki Inoue ... key animator
Yoshimi Itazu ... character designer / chief animation director / key animator
Megumi Kagawa ... key animator
Kumiko Kawana ... key animator
Shûichi Kitayama ... key animator
Naoki Kobayashi ... secondary key animator
Norio Matsumoto ... key animator
Hiroko Minowa ... key animator
Tetsuya Nishio ... key animator
Haruo Okuno ... key animator
Masahiro Sato ... key animator
Yuya Shimoji ... key animator
Tomohisa Shimoyama ... key animator
Kei Suezawa ... key animator
Sachiko Sugino ... key animator
Michiyo Suzuki ... key animator
Shingo Takenaka ... key animator
Shigeto Tsuji ... key animator
Jun Uemura ... key animator
Takayuki Uragami ... key animator
Moe Usami ... secondary key animator
Katsuya Yamada ... key animator
Hiroshi Ôno ... background artist (as Hiroshi Ohno)

Other crew

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Don Brown ... english subtitle translation
Joshua Jason ... publicist
Andrew P. Kirkham ... dvd & bluray extras subtitles: english
Kazumi Kirkham ... dvd & bluray extras subtitles: english

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Set in 1814, Miss Hokusai focuses on O-Ei, the daughter of famed artist Tetsuzo, better known by his pen name Hokusai, as she tries to navigate the various aspects of her life. O-Ei spends the bulk of her time assisting her divorced father who cares about his art and not much else. Written by Jake Duke

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Taglines Gorgeous! A small poetic wonder! See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Crape Myrtle: Miss Hokusai (Japan)
  • Sarusuberi: Misu Hokusai (Japan)
  • Miss Hokusai (Ireland, English title)
  • Miss Hokusai (Canada, English title)
  • Miss Hokusai (United States)
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Runtime
  • 93 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Ukiyo-e, or "pictures of the floating world", was a popular art genre in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868). By using woodblock printing, depictions of folk tales, landscapes, kabuki theatre scenes and erotica, were widely spread throughout Japan. See more »
Goofs The movie (or at least the subtitles) stated that Hokusai died at age 90. He actually died at the age of 88. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Favorite Video Games of 2016 (2016). See more »

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