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Soreyuke! Uchuu Senkan Yamamoto Yohko (1999)

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Synonyms: Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (TV)
Japanese: それゆけ!宇宙戦艦 ヤマモト・ヨーコ


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 4, 1999 to Sep 26, 1999
Premiered: Spring 1999
Broadcast: Sundays at 09:30 (JST)
Producers: Kadokawa Shoten
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Novel
Genres: ActionAction, Sci-FiSci-Fi, AdventureAdventure
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.671 (scored by 763763 users)
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Ranked: #52892
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Popularity: #6554
Members: 3,669
Favorites: 6


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Feb 1, 2012
ktulu007 (All reviews)
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko is an anime based on novels by Takashi Shoji. It aired in 1999 in Japan, but was never licensed outside of it. Is it like Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight and worth looking into or is there a very good reason it was never licenced? Let's take a look.

The story begins with a High School girl named Yamamoto Yohko doing athletics. She's bribed into examining a strange event involving a door that only seems to open at certain times and a certain student seems to keep disappearing into. She finds a portal that takes her a thousand years into the future where read more
Oct 5, 2010
SoraXNagisa (All reviews)
(As written on 'The Hateful Anime Truth' on Facebook)

As a pre-teen, I loved animes. I literally walked, stepped, breathed, drink and excrement out anime. During my time, my sister would drag me to the front of the house where the TV is to watch some anime on AXN and Animax.

So I'd like to thank her for giving me this little gem that is Starship Girl Yamamoto Yoko. It's fast-paced, action packed, quirky and light-hearted all at the same time. Well, anything will do for this one, and I believe it's actually better than that stupid Evangelion and the stupid expositionsWith that, let's get on with read more
Aug 2, 2011
Seabury (All reviews)
This show is directed by a young Akiyuki Shinbo in the days before he joined Shaft. Despite the director's newfound popularity, shows like this remain obscure. It's a shame, because I think many anime fans would enjoy this show.

Probably the first thing I should hit on in this review are the two OVAs that preceded this. They aren’t actually prequels, they are telling the same story. However, there are some differences. First, the TV series covers much more material than the OVAs. The OVAs do not add anything to the TV show, there’s no vital information in them. However, I still recommend that you watch read more