Tsuribaka nisshi

Tsuribaka Nisshi
釣りバカ日誌
Manga
Written by Jūzō Yamasaki
Illustrated by Kenichi Kitami
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Big Comic Original
Original run 1979 – ongoing
Volumes 88
Anime television series
Directed by Tetsuo Imazawa
Original run 2002-11-02 2003-09-13
Episodes 36
Live action film series (1988–2009)

22 films
Anime and Manga portal

Tsuribaka Nisshi (釣りバカ日誌?, "Fishing Fool's Diary") is a fishing manga by Jūzō Yamasaki (story) and Kenichi Kitami (art) that has been serialized in Big Comic Original since 1979. It won the 28th Shogakukan Manga Award in 1983. The series has been adapted into a popular and long running movie series, as well as an anime TV series.

Overview

The story focuses on salaryman Densuke Hamasaki (a.k.a. Hama-chan), whom his supervisor Sasaki has dubbed the "Fishing Baka" because of his passion for fishing. One day Hama-chan meets and befriends an older fisherman named Su-san, who turns out to be Ichinosuke Suzuki, the CEO of the "Suzuki Construction" company that Hama-chan works for. The stories tend to focus on their relationship inside and outside of the office.

Characters

Densuke Hamasaki (浜崎 伝助 Hamasaki Densuke?)
The protagonist of the story. Nicknamed Hama-chan (ハマちゃん?). A salaryman/fishing baka who escapes his boring work life through fishing.
Michiko Hamasaki (浜崎 みち子 Hamasaki Michiko?)
Hama-chan's wife.
Koitarou Hamasaki (浜崎 鯉太郎 Hamazaki Koitarou?)
Hama-chan's son.
Hazetarou (ハゼタロウ?)
The Hamasaki family dog.
Ichinosuke Suzuki (鈴木 一之助 Suzuki Ichinosuke?)
Nicknamed Su-san (スーさん?). Hama-chan's boss who becomes his fishing apprentice.
Kazuo Sasaki (佐々木 和男 Sasaki Kazuo?)
Hama-chan's supervisor who doesn't understand his love for fishing and sometimes mispronounces his name as Hamazaki.
Kenichirou Dago (多胡 賢一郎 Dago Kenichirou?)
Tetsuo Akiyama (秋山 哲夫 Akiyama Tetsuo?)
Nakamori (中森?)
Ichirou Asamoto (朝本 一郎 Asamoto Ichirou?)
Kouzou Doi (土井 光三 Doi Kouzou?)
Haruo Inagawa (稲川 春男 Inagawa Haruo?)

Movie series

Series

  • Tsuribaka Nisshi (December 1988)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 2 (December 1989)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 3 (December 1990)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 4 (December 1991)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 5 (December 1992)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 6 (December 1993)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi Special (July 1994)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 7 (December 1994)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 8 (August 1996)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 9 (September 1997)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 10 (August 1998)
  • Hana no O-Edo no Tsuribaka Nisshi (December 1998)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi Eleven (February 2000)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 12: Shijō Saidai no Yukyū Kyūka (August 2001)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 13: Hama-chan Kiki Ippatsu! (August 2002)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 14: O-Henro Dai Panic! (September 2003)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 15: Hama-chan ni Ashita wa nai!? (August 2004)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 16: Hamasaki wa Kyou mo Dama datta (August 2005)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 17: Ato wa Noto nare Hama to nare! (August 2006)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 18: Hama-chan Su-san Seto no Yakusoku (August 2007)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 19: Yokoso! Suzuki Kensetsu Goikko Sama (October 2008)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi 20: Final (December 2009)

Regular cast

  • Densuke Hamasaki: Toshiyuki Nishida (1~)
  • Ichinosuke Suzuki: Rentarō Mikuni (1~)
  • Michiko Hamasaki: Eri Ishida (1~Special), Miyoko Asada (7~)
  • Koitarou Hamasaki: Tomo Ueno (10~11), Ryūichi Sugawara (12~13), Kaga Mochimaru (14~)
  • Kazuo Sasaki: Kei Tani (1~)
  • Hachirou Ohta: Ken Nakamoto (1~)
  • Hisae Suzuki: Yatsuko Tanami (1~6), Tomoko Naraoka (9~)
  • Director Akiyama: Takehiko Maeda (1), Takeshi Katō (3~)
  • Executive Director Hotta: Takehiko Maeda (3~8), Shinobu Tsuruta (9~10, 12~), Shūichirō Moriyama (11)
  • Chief of Personnel Haraguchi: Raita Ryū (7~10), Toshio Shiba (11~13), Takehiko Ono (14~)
  • Secretary Kusamori: Yasuhisa Sonoda (2~6), Takuzō Kadono (7~9), Baijaku Nakamura (10~13, 15~), Yōsuke Saitō (14)
  • Section Chief Funaki: Tōru Masuoka (15~)
  • Chief Clerk Takoshima: Mitsuru Katō (11~12, 16~), Hiroshi Iwazaki (13)
  • Maebara: Takashi Sasano (1~)

Anime TV series

Cast

External links

  • Tsuribaka Nisshi Official Site (Movie)
  • Tsuribaka Nisshi Official Site (Anime)
  • (Article on last entry in the film series)
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