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Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox

Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox

Alternative Titles

English: Battle Girls: Time Paradox
Japanese: 戦国乙女~桃色パラドックス~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2011 to Jun 28, 2011
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 6.771 (scored by 9243 users)
Ranked: #41222
Popularity: #1406
Members: 20,619
Favorites: 30
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Synopsis

Hideyoshino is an average girl who always seems to find trouble wherever she goes. One day Hideyoshino visits a local shrine to pray in order to pass her upcoming test. However Hideyoshino sees a blue light coming from inside the Shrine and looks inside to find a mysterious person performing a magic spell. Hideyoshino in a stroke of bad luck trips on a small bell and crashes into the shrine prompting the stranger to catch her. However upon catching Hideyoshino the magic spell spirals out of control and sends Hideyoshino back in time to the Sengoku Era.

Hideyoshino then encounters Akechi Mitsuhide and Oda Nobunaga. But unlike what really happened during the era, Hideyoshino realizes that everyone in the world is female. She then decides to help Oda Nobunaga find the Crimson Armor which is said to allow the person wearing the armor to conquer all of Japan.

Characters & Voice Actors

Akechi, Mitsuhide
Akechi, Mitsuhide
Main
Kitamura, Eri
Japanese
Kitamura, Eri
Neves, Emily
English
Neves, Emily
Hide, Yoshino
Hide, Yoshino
Main
Karbowski, Brittney
English
Karbowski, Brittney
Hidaka, Rina
Japanese
Hidaka, Rina
Oda, Nobunaga
Oda, Nobunaga
Main
Toyoguchi, Megumi
Japanese
Toyoguchi, Megumi
Calene-Black, Shelley
English
Calene-Black, Shelley
Shiro
Shiro
Supporting
Ayres, Greg
English
Ayres, Greg
Sasaki, Nozomu
Japanese
Sasaki, Nozomu

Staff

Okamoto, Hideki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Odaka, Yoshinori
Episode Director
Yoshida, Shunji
Episode Director
Machida, Touko
Script, Series Composition



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Apr 30, 2011
DangoSage
For years Japan has blessed us with many version of their "Warring States Period" a.k.a Sengoku Era and their historical figures, directed to specific audiences. There's Sengoku Basara for all those manly types (and some girls), Hyakka Ryouran: Samurai Girls for those who love the harem genre and last but not least, my personal favorite, Sengoku Rance, for all those closet perverts.. Not that I am one, I just like Alicesoft's gameplay style. Keeps your hand on the mouse instead of in your pants.

The story revolves around an alternate world where our main protagonist, Hideyoshino, is thrown into the "seemingly" Sengoku Era. But here's the read more
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Mar 11, 2015
ktulu007
Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox is an anime from TMS Entertainment based on pachinko games. And to think, it hasn't been that long since I looked at Umi Monogatari, another anime based on a pachinko game. I don't get it, what is it about pachinko games that makes people think they'd lend themselves to a story? But Umi Monogatari was a good series, so maybe this one will be too. Let's find out.

Story:

We open up with Japan in the modern day, a middle school girl named Hide Yoshino, nicknamed Hideyoshi, stops at an old shrine to pray for success in her exams because she is doing read more
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Dec 21, 2011
cspupluv
Sengoku Otome was surprisingly good. I was pleased that there was not an abuse of ecchi elements, even though I generally don't mind ecchi too much.

Story:
The story was not terribly deep, nor was it absent. Basically, a clumsy middle school girl is accidentally transported back into the Sengoku era of Japan... except that there are no men. I never expected that the fanservice would be really over the top on this one mainly due to there being no guys in the anime to witness it... but in this ecchi, fanservice is definitely not the main focus. Anyways, the story was kind of typical, but it read more
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Jul 21, 2011
Neve
Imagine for a moment that you're a Japanese schoolgirl. And imagine that you've just fallen into a room with a magic circle and a bright blue light. And then you wake up, and you're surrounded by people fighting with swords and lances, all of whom just happen to bear the names of the people in your history textbook on the Sengoku period. Can you guess what your first thoughts are?

Well, if you guessed, "I've time-travelled!" you'd be way off the mark. "How do I get home?" is a little closer, but by no means the most prominent question for Yoshino Hide, for whom the immediately read more
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Recommendations

This one is a girl going to the sengoku period but nth much...
Oda Nobuna no Yabou is still the best!!
Both have the same characters, albeit BASARA is male-centric while Otome (as the name states) is female-centric. The story lines are more or less the same though Otome includes comedy that is lacking in BASARA, and is more casual and light with some added hints of yuri.
Both have gender swapped historical figures (in Sengoku Otome they're from the Sengoku Era, while in Koihime Musou they're from the chinese Romance of the Three Kingdoms), an almost all female cast with some random yuri and a bit of ecchi/comedy.
Sengoku Otome has more plot though, while Koihime Musou is more like a slice of life than anything.
They're essentially the same show in different flavors, normal person gets inexplicably transported to slightly off kilter world and fix everything through their unbelievably reliable Mary Sue powers.
Well samurai girls are fighting some echi stuff ;DD what could one ask more?
Similarities: Ecchi, fighting, fan service, a clueless airhead protagonist


Dissimilarities: Senran Kagura is about SHinobi in the modern-day, Sengoku Otome is about a girl nicknamed Hideyoshi back to the Sengoku period but in an alternate universe where there are no men and most of the daimyo are hella busty women and Oda Nobunaga is actually a good guy in the series. Oh well not completely devoid of the male species, there is a pervy male dog named Shinku who more or less helps Hideyoshi along the way who only talks to Hideyoshi and can only be understood by Hideyoshi which sometimes make people around here think she has a few screws loose so.....ya.

Opening Theme

"Kagerou (陽炎-kagerou-)" by Tenka Tori Tai (天下取り隊) (Satomi Akesaka, Mariya Ise, Sachi Kokuryu, Rei Mochizuki)

Ending Theme

#1: "Atsuki Ya no Gotoku (熱き矢の如く)" by Tenka Tori Tai (eps 1-9, 11-12)
#2: "Atsuki Ya no Gotoku ~Shinjuu Otome Version~ (熱き矢の如く~心中乙女バージョン~)" by Eri Kitamura (ep 10)
#3: "Ashita e (あしたへ)" by Rina Hidaka (ep 13)

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