The mysterious, yellow-masked Storyteller is a man whose true name and origin are both unknown. He appears at dusk where children gather and recites sinister tales based on Japanese urban legends, to...read more.
For the second time, the masked storyteller returns to tell children tales and legends of horror and woe, such as the tale of a ventriloquist's dummy, a locker that grants wishes, a capsule toy machin...read more.
A young boy silently sketches out the forms of the horrors that dwell in his mind. During this adventure into the occult and mysterious, he tells tales that involve dreams of a person with a muscular...read more.
Excited children gather around the enigmatic masked Storyteller once more. His unique kamishibai storytelling draws them into tales of fear and dread. These are dark and foreboding stories, which coul...read more.
The 6th Season of Yami Shibai. A series of short horror stories, full of mystery and darkness. Supernatural phenomena and Japanese folktales told by a mysterious old man in the middle of the forest.
The mysterious masked Storyteller returns to tell more twisted tales of horror. Continuing his particular style of kamishibai inspired storytelling, he now finds that his audience is an eerie crowd of...read more.
Chako Ishibashi is a normal middle schooler at a normal school having normal school days. However, there is one oddity in Chako's everyday life—the student sitting at the desk next to her, Shibainuko-...read more.
Another classic adaptation of Kintarou from Japanese folklore.
There is a new student at Oobu High School. His name is Yakuda Daigo. With his buff body and a tough looking face that can make every one run, soon rumors spread about him. Some says he's a gang leade...read more.
A tanuki causes mischief at a temple.
In these short animated clips, little dog-faced talking beans appear in people's food and inform them about different facts.
Animated kamishibai-style Malta no Bouken episodes streamed on the official YouTube channel of the franchise.
Kimura finally has his championship match. It takes place at the annual champion carnival. But now he must face the intense champion, Mashiba for the Junior Lightweight championship. (Source: ANN)
Young monsters starting school.
Aired as a commercial to promote the Gintama: Kanketsu-hen - Yorozuya yo Eien Nare Movie, Gintoki, Kagura and Shipachi have turned into "weird living creatures". This is a Gintama parody on the Kids S...read more.
The Mameshiba family has grown with their infant counterparts. Contains: 2 Babyshiba Fruits commercials 2 Babyshiba Sweets commercials 2 Babyshiba claymation commercials
A collaboration between Mameshiba and Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei meant to promote the latter's film release in July 2017. In the first short, Tatsuya is replaced by a Mameshiba Edamame version of his...read more.
Kimoshiba is a weird type of life form with the shape of an oversize shiba inu, loves eating curry (particularly curry breads), and works at a funeral home. Similar life forms include yamishiba and on...read more.
In a dystopian future, two friends dream of freedom... and gain more than they bargain for! Hothead Zed is on the run from the authorities, while his brainy pal Noah struggles with his own battered bo...read more.
A televised collaboration between Osomatsu-san and Mameshiba.
Mameshiba commercials in a high school setting where Edamame gives life advice to turbulent teens.
Assorted Mameshiba shorts that are not a part of the regular episodes nor new series or collaborations. Includes: Mamerry Christmas-hen (Christmas caroling, claymation) 5-Shuunen Party-hen (5th Mameve...read more.
"Brush your teeth, or the Cavity Express will come get ya!" Dentist apprentice boy EGG, and his side-kick cavity pal C1 hops into the mechanical-biological-train "Cavity Express" to explore through ca...read more.
Like in any culture, Japanese kids grow up listening to the stories repeatedly told by their parents and grandparents. The boy born from a peach; the princess from the moon who is discovered inside a...read more.
Based on a japanese children`s book by Yoshie Kawaura. Shiba-wanko, a Shiba-inu dog, and Miike-nyanko, a calico cat, live together in a classic Japanese-style house with the traditional Japanese alcov...read more.
A 1/100 scale of the famous Shibuya scramble crossing done with paper stop-motion.
Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya lends Conan Edogawa a massive amount of manga, which Conan starts reading, despite the overwhelming quantity. Elsewhere, Kogorou Mouri is asked by the Mine family to protect the tr...read more.
A DVD release of Mameshiba which contained 4 new episodes featuring stop-motion animation, two of which show Green Pea being humiliated and is what the full title of the DVD is named after. The other...read more.
The second season of Kimoshiba.
A collaboration between Bic Camera's new contact lens company "Bic Contact" and Mameshiba. Lentil exchanges his glasses for contacts that give him shoujo-eyes.
A commercial for Toshiba.
An omnibus-format TV series consisting of anime adaptations of Japanese folk tales, this is one of Japan's longest-running TV series, and Group Tac's second TV series (the first was The Road to Munich...read more.
Each episode of this series tells the story of a famous fairy tale from all around the world. Some of them are adapted from famous books such as "The Iliad". (Source: ANN)
Dreaming of changing the world for good, Akuto Sai transfers to Constant Magic Academy where he befriends a virtuous ninja clan member, Junko Hattori. On the way to the academy, they vow to make the w...read more.
The 1st arc of the Chiyotarou Kodomo Gekijou program that aired on TBS. Every episode is a different Japanese fairy tale told with shadow puppet animation.
Collaboration commercials between the Inazuma Eleven Go vs. Danball Senki W Movie and Mameshiba.
A collaboration between Mameshiba and Kinako, a 2010 Japanese film based on a true story of a dog trainer, meant to promote the latter's release the following month.
Of the same kind of late 80s shows about old Japanese (sexy) tales. It is made of three short stories, introduced by a narrator. And there is a "live" action sequence at the beginning, that the narrat...read more.
In Feudal Japan, the people of Edo are under siege by giant insects that ravage the land. The people desperately beg the government to do something about it. Thus the Insect Magistrate Office is estab...read more.
This series is an anthology of old Japanese tales. (Source: AniDB)
Old Japanese folk legends released on Japanese and English to teach Japanese children English.
It all started in Kaminoyama High School, when five best friends—Aoi Miyamori, Ema Yasuhara, Midori Imai, Shizuka Sakaki, and Misa Toudou—discovered their collective love for all things anime and form...read more.
After losing his father to a house fire and his bullied sister to suicide, Ryou Tezuka searches for possible leads to these seemingly unconnected incidents. His investigation reveals the names of thre...read more.
The horrible truths behind Japanese Fairy Tales from the ancient times are finally revealed! This title includes three episodes: "The Monkey and the Crab", "Click-Crack Mountain" and "Urashima and the...read more.
A direct sequel to Forest Fairy Five.
A series of short comedic parodies on Japanese folklore.
Hatsuki is a highschool student living with her sister, Hatsumi, who she has a huge crush on. On Hatsumi's 16th birthday, she is suddenly surrounded by a green light and disappears in front of Hatsuki...read more.
Tucked away in the darkest depths of this world, tales of the bizarre and the supernatural quietly unfold. These inexplicable stories are chronicled throughout the pages of a certain strange encyclope...read more.
A collaboration between New Japan Pro Wrestling, Inc. and Mameshiba.