Ranked #1037

Ashita no Nadja

Alternative Titles

English: Tomorrow's Nadja
Japanese: 明日のナージャ


Type: TV
Episodes: 50
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 2, 2003 to Jan 25, 2004
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.691 (scored by 4,374 users)
Ranked: #10372
Popularity: #2401
Members: 11,568
Favorites: 144
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This story takes place about one hundred years ago. Nadja is a bright, cheerful girl who was raised in an orphanage near London, England. Nadja was entrusted to the orphanage when she was a baby. So she thought her father and mother were dead. But before her thirteenth birthday, she found out that her mother might be alive..

Nadja sets out on a journey to find her mother! With all of Europe as the stage, Nadja's exciting adventure begins!

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Characters & Voice Actors

Applefield, Nadja
Applefield, Nadja
Koshimizu, Ami
Koshimizu, Ami
Harcourt, Keith
Harcourt, Keith
Saiga, Mitsuki
Saiga, Mitsuki
Harcourt, Francis
Harcourt, Francis
Saiga, Mitsuki
Saiga, Mitsuki
Applefield, Rosemary
Applefield, Rosemary
Shishido, Rumi
Shishido, Rumi


Igarashi, Takuya
Igarashi, Takuya
Kasai, Osamu
Kasai, Osamu
Sound Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Hosoda, Mamoru
Hosoda, Mamoru
Episode Director
Yamauchi, Shigeyasu
Yamauchi, Shigeyasu
Episode Director

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Opening Theme

"Nadja!!" by Minako Honda

Ending Theme

"Que Sera, Sera" by Ami Koshimizu

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Oct 29, 2009
Ashita no Nadja feels like a collaboration of the general foundations from the stories Anastasia the Russian Princess and Robin Hood, set about 100 years ago, with the occasional dances and trolling over Europe amongst other things. This anime is a rough diamond and it’s a shame not as many people have seen it as one may like.

The story involves the backdrop of Nadja trying to find her mother. As she travels with a troupe of entertainers she encounters many different personalities, stories, dances and gains clues on who her mother maybe. The story is also comprised of many testing factors for read more
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May 7, 2013
A modern television masterpiece is what this show is. Very few television shows, let alone longer than 13 episodes, are so well built, thought out and whole as this one and to top it all even the animation and sound production values are on a par with today's standards.

A very recommended show to everyone, and a must watch for lovers of epic dramas, romances and adventure.

Nadja is a young orphan girl who sets out of her orphanage to seek her family origins around europe of the early 20th century, armed only with her mother's party gown, journal and heart shaped brooch. She joins a traveling read more
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Sep 11, 2014
Ashita no Nadja....oh my god this anime! Before I go on with my review let me tell a short little story. A couple of years back, my brother and I started watching this anime not knowing what to expect. But before you know it we got so hooked that we saw that last 8 episodes in Spanish not understanding a word they were saying and with no subtitles just to see what will happen. This anime becomes an emotional roller-coaster maybe unlike anything you've ever seen before. It's a masterpiece and it's sad that most people don't know about it giving it's from 2004 and read more
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Oct 18, 2015
One of the first things that comes to mind when talking about Ashita no Nadja is don’t judge a book by its cover. I stumbled upon the series after reading random reviews of shoujo anime. The reviews I read praised it greatly, so I checked it out and at first it seemed questionable at first. The animation seemed below average, and the dancing scene in the opening made it look like it was going to be one of those lame “happy go lucky prince and princess fair tail” shows. That assumption could not have possibly been any more wrong. There are many moments that were read more
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Both are about orphan girls and their adventures around the world. Also,in both series,the action takes place in the Victorian era and the characters are,from many perspectives, very alike. 
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Nadja and Ahiru have similar personalities, they have a very kind heart and are very energetic, and also, the two are ballet dancers. In both animes there´s a love triangle: In Princess Tutu is between a prince and a knight, in Ashita no nadja is a nobleman and a thief. There´s also special objects to the girls:Nadja has a ring and Ahiru has a necklace.  
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They both about young blond blue eyedd girls struggling to find/wait for their mothers . Ashita no nadja has more romance and is lighter then Les Miserables, but both are amazing!! 
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In the anime Ashita No Nadja, Nadja, an orphan, joins a traveling street performance act called the Dandelion Troupe because she finds out her mother might be alive. She travels across Europe and finds many friends along the way that teach her things about herself. She also wears a brooch around her neck that a bunch of thieves are after.
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Nadja, the female protagonist, grows up in an orphanage. After being targeted by 2 uncover agents~? she flees for her life and joins a performance troupe that happened to pass through town that day. With her mother's dress, diary, and brooch--she tries to find her mom as she travels the world on a journey. 
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They're both similar in the sense that they are both constantly saved by someone in a mask that they create a bond with. The heroines are also similar because they always act cheery and are very energetic. 
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