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Chuumon no Ooi Ryouriten (1991)

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Synonyms: A Well-Ordered Restaurant, The Restaurant of Many Orders
Japanese: 注文の多い料理店


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1991
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Source: Book
Duration: 19 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


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A short film based on a story by Japanese writer Kenji Miyazawa.
Two young British hunters get lost in the woods and discover a strange restaurant. Are the hunters about to discover how it feels to be the hunted?

(Source: ANN)


Winner of the 1991 Oofuji Noburou Award at the Mainichi Film Awards.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Female Dancers


Okamoto, Tadanari
Miyazawa, Kenji
Original Creator
Suzuki, Shinichi
Key Animation
Kira, Keizou
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Feb 5, 2012
starshinesMonet (All reviews)
This wonderful film tells the story of man verses nature in it's most imaginative and primative state. Reminiscent of more European animation styles than Japanese, this anime had more of a pastel or artistic look to it, much like that of Hedgehog in the Fog, The Man Who Planted Trees or anything by Katou Kunio.

With nothing in the way of real dialog to assist us, this anime used incredible sound effects, music, and it's animation to convey the story and moods to the audience. I found this method to be more successful than if there had been dialog and was excited and spooked the whole read more
May 10, 2012
panuru (All reviews)
This short is very interesting, even without any dialogue, can stir your curiosity for what lies ahead. Is artistically sublime and the characters, animals, everything seemed to be painting a picture of the hand that suddenly began to move. There was something missing to make the experience more satisfying, but is artistically sublime.
May 3, 2012
HybridMedia (All reviews)
Based on a short story by Kenji Miyazawa, it tells a tale of two British hunters getting lost in the woods and discovers a strange restaurant. Mainly, it is a situation of Man vs. Nature or hunters becoming the hunted.

Like Angel’s Egg, this short doesn’t have any dialogue at all. I’ll admit that no dialogue did bother me a bit, but I was completely OK with that. Sometimes it takes more than dialogue to do any story right. Once again like Angel’s Egg, it has that eerie atmosphere but this time, it doesn’t give away that it’s haunted. Once you enter the restaurant, the realization read more


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