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Title: One Outs (ワンナウツ Wannautsu)
Animation Work by: Madhouse
Original Run: October 7, 2008 – March 31, 2009
Episodes: 25
Genre: Psychological / Seinen / Sports

One Outs (ワンナウツ, Wannautsu) is a Japanese baseball manga series by Shinobu Kaitani originally serialized in the seinen manga magazine Business Jump from 1998 to 2006. It was relaunched in Business Jump on October 1, 2008. An anime adaptation by Madhouse began airing on October 7, 2008 and ended on March 31, 2009 with 25th episode.


Plot[]

The story begins when Kojima Hiromichi, the star batter of the fictional Lycaons in Japan's Pacific League, heads to the southern Japanese island of Okinawa to train and bring himself out of a slump. There, he meet Tokuchi Toua, a 134-kmph (83 miles per hour) pitcher and the undisputed king of a gambling form of baseball called One Out. At Kojima's urging, Tokuchi signs up with the Lycaons under an unusual contract: he gets 5,000,000 yen (about US$ 46,000) for every out he pitches, but loses 50,000,000 yen (US$ 460,000) for every point he gives up.

Staff[]

  • Original Work: Kaitani Shinobu
  • Direction: Satou Yuuzou
  • Series Composition: Takayashiki Hideo
  • Main Character Design: Umehara Takahiro
  • Character Design: Hinata Masaki, Sakurai Kunihiko, Takada Haruhito
  • Chief Animation Direction: Hinata Masaki, Sakurai Kunihiko, Takada Haruhito
  • Action Animation Direction: Koujina Hiroshi
  • Music: Matsumoto Akihiko
  • Music Producer: Sengoku Kazunari
  • Sound Direction: Honda Yasunori
  • Editing: Terauchi Satoshi
  • Art Direction: Ueno Hideyuki
  • Colour Design: Horikawa Yoshinori
  • Photographic Direction: Fujita Kenji
  • Animation Producer: Mita Keishi
  • Producer: Nakatani Toshio, Tamura Manabu
  • Planning: Fujimoto Suzuko, Hirayama Hiroshi, Maruyama Masao
  • Planning Assistance: Business Jump Henshuubu (Shueisha`s Business Jump Editorial Department)
  • Animation Work: Madhouse
  • Production & Publication: D.N. Dream Partners, Madhouse, Nippon Television Network, VAP
  • Script/Screenplay: Takayashiki Hideo, Hirota Mitsutaka
  • Storyboard: Satou Yuuzou, Ikeda Shigetaka, Yajima Tetsuo, Oonogi Kazuki, Sasaki Nanako, Hosoda Masahiro, Yoneda Kazuhiro, Iwaki Tadao, Sasaki Mamoru, Niidome Toshiya, Sasaki Shinsaku, Sakata Jun`ichi, Yokoyama Akitoshi, Yano Hiroyuki
  • Episode Direction: Yoneda Kazuhiro, Ikeda Shigetaka, Yajima Tetsuo, Oonogi Kazuki, Sasaki Nanako, Hosoda Masahiro, Murata Naoki, Kim Min-Seon, Hirao Miho, Nakagawa Satoshi, Satou Yuuzou
  • Animation Direction: Koizumi Hatsue, Takahashi Mika, Shigeta Susumu, Nishioka Yuuki, Sasaki Masahiko, Kanno Tomoyuki, Satou Riku, Lee Jeong-Gwon, Kikuchi Ai, Kurata Ayako, Kim Bo-Kyeong, Kim Dae-Hun, Hinata Masaki, Kim Pil-Gang, Ko Gyeong-Nam, Hosoi Mieko, Muratani Takashi, Sakurai Kunihiko, Takada Haruhito

Cast[]

  • Hagiwara Masato as Toa Tokuchi
  • Oohata Shintarou as Arai
  • Fujita Toshiko as Big Mama
  • Ootomo Ryuuzaburou as Brooklyn
  • Kusunoki Taiten as Dennis Johnson
  • Ousaka Chikara as Fujita
  • Yamaguchi Kappei as Ideguchi Satoshi
  • Nara Tooru as Imai
  • Hiyama Nobuyuki as Kawabata
  • Terashima Takuma as Kawanaka Jun'ichi
  • Tobita Nobuo as Kinosaki
  • Kase Yasuyuki as Kinouchi
  • Toriumi Kousuke as Kira
  • Isobe Tsutomu as Kojima Hiromichi
  • Iizuka Shouzou as Mihara Yuuzaburou
  • Takagi Wataru as Nakane
  • Tokumoto Yukitoshi as Nishimura
  • Furukawa Toshio as Oikawa Mitsuo
  • Aizawa Masaki as Pedro Rodrigo
  • Utsumi Kenji as Saikawa Tsuneo
  • Kase Yasuyuki as Sawamura
  • Miki Shin`ichirou as Scott Willians
  • Ogawa Shinji as Shirooka Katsurou
  • Tsuji Shinpachi as Shirooka Takashi
  • Matsukaze Masaya as Takami Itsuki
  • Kitagawa Takurou as Tetsuji Tendou
  • Seki Tomokazu as Tomas
  • Nishimura Tomohiro as Yoshida

Episode Guide[]

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