Glass no Usagi

Glass Rabbit

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Synonyms: Garasu no Usagi
Japanese: ガラスのうさぎ
English: Glass Rabbit
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 9, 2005
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Magic Bus
Source: Book
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Duration: 1 hr. 24 min.
Rating: PG - Children


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Ranked: #63532
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Popularity: #10328
Members: 2,579
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Toshiko Ei and her family are residents of Tokyo. Her father is a respected and skilled glass craftsmen so the family makes a good living. However, the Ei family soon finds itself having to suffer through many tragic hardships as a result of World War II.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors

Ei, Toshiko

Mogami, Rina

Ei, Tsuneo

Kamiya, Hiroshi

Ei, Yukio

Fukuyama, Jun


Shibuichi, Setsuko
Director, Character Design
Shimizu, Katsunori
Sound Director
Suenaga, Mitsuyo
Script, Screenplay
Niizuma, Seiko
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Jun 9, 2013
I'm not into war movies. I don't hate the genre. I just never really found any war movies that really interested me or caught my eyes. A lot of the war movies that are made in America are much too melodramatic, action packed, and political for my tastes, and they focus too much on the struggles of the adults, especially adults in high positions like in the government or the White House, than on the struggles of middle class families and especially the children, and I've seen a few war movies that focus on the struggles of the children that are done surprisingly well, even ...
Oct 1, 2013
When you make an anti-war movie, you must incorporate a few things. First of all, your message should always be "war is super bad, never think otherwise". Second, you have to have at least one enemy attack, a bombing, if possible. Third, you need to show people suffering (this is really just for getting the message of "war is super bad, never think otherwise" across). And fourth, there has to be hope for the future and the best scene to show that is homecoming. All you need now is to construct a story around all this and you're set.

Constructing a story is what "The Glass ...

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Poll: Glass no Usagi Episode 1 Discussion
Dodecahedron-O24 - Feb 28, 2015
5 repliesby KiryuHanabi »»
Jan 10, 2021 9:38 AM
Incendiary bombings can't melt glass rabbits
VictorNiner - Jun 21, 2015
0 repliesby VictorNiner »»
Jun 21, 2015 10:14 AM