Fuujin Monogatari

Windy Tales

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: 風人物語
English: Windy Tales
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Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 11, 2004 to Feb 26, 2005
Premiered: Fall 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Original
Genres: DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, SupernaturalSupernatural
Themes: IyashikeiIyashikei, SchoolSchool
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.261 (scored by 42934,293 users)
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Ranked: #30022
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Popularity: #4940
Members: 19,298
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Nao, an 8th grader, is one of the only two members of a Digital Camera Club, where she also serves as the manager. It's a mystery that she shoots nothing else but the skies and clouds. One day, she finds a cat on a rooftop where she usually shoots her camera. It's a cat that knows how to manipulate the flow of a wind. Shocked to find a strange animal, Nao loses her footing and falls off from the rooftop!

Miki is the other member of the club, and also Nao's best friend. Mr. Taiki is the teacher who's taught the cat how to manipulate the flow of a wind. Ryoko is a girl who has a huge crush on Mr. Taiki. And there's Jun, who helps Nao and Miki look for a cat that can fly. Then, there's Yukio, who is the widow of Mr. Taiki's deceased brother.

On the outskirts of this big city, a town off the "Wind Handlers," has been formed—and a mysterious Wind Festival is about to begin...

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Characters & Voice Actors

Yoshino, Ryouko

Iwamura, Aiko


Nakamura, Akio


Mizuno, Risa

Mr. Taiki

Sugiyama, Ooki


Ogasawara, Arisa


Ogisu, Hirotsugu
Nishimura, Junji
Director, Episode Director, Script, Storyboard


Opening Theme

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"風の詩 (Kaze no Uta; Poem of the Wind) ~WINDY TALES~" by YuU

Ending Theme

"夕陽の色だけ (Yuuhi no Iro dake; Only the Color of the Setting Sun)" by Windy-S


Jan 13, 2024
"Fujin Monogatari" stands as an epitome of artistic brilliance within the realm of anime, captivating audiences through its unparalleled animation style and gripping storyline. Effortlessly transcending the boundaries of conventional narratives, this masterpiece defies description, leaving one in awe of its multifaceted allure.
At the core of "Fuujin Monogatari" lies an animation style that can only be characterized as a visual symphony. Each frame is meticulously crafted, elevating the art form to new heights. The vibrant palette and dynamic character designs seamlessly merge with fluid movements, creating an immersive experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional animation. The visual storytelling in "Fuujin Monogatari" becomes a language ...
Apr 29, 2023
when the show opens with Nao's obsessive photographing of the clouds, and she explains that she's not really photographing the clouds, but the wind, the first thing it made me think of was Monet, not really painting the haystacks, but the light. light is the medium that activates visual representation for the human eye. what we're seeing is not the thing itself, nor interlocked fields of solid colors, but a frenetic play of light. what is the wind here?

it's some kind of interstitial, permeating and supportive element to daily life. Iyashi-kei always has a kind of animistic, spiritual element to it (hence i've always thought ...
Feb 5, 2015
Mixed Feelings
Slice of life as a genre has a small problem. By itself, there is not much to base an entire show on – there has to be some sort of focus, a setting or concept that allows for individual stories to exist while also providing a solid base that pulls all of the ideas together. Fuujin Monogatari takes its identity as an episodic slice of life show to heart, almost to a fault – the individual episodes contain themes and ideas that are usually interesting and sometimes even compelling, but there is just about no connection between episodes thematically. The consequence to this is that ...

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