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Juubee-chan 2: Siberia Yagyuu no Gyakushuu


Alternative Titles

English: Jubei-chan 2: The Counterattack of Siberia Yagyu
Japanese: 十兵衛ちゃん2 ~シベリア柳生の逆襲~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 8, 2004 to Apr 1, 2004
Premiered: Winter 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: TV Tokyo Music
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Original
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Popularity: #3933
Members: 7,352
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Synopsis

Three hundred years ago, in the frigid land of Siberia, Jubei Yagyu engaged in a fierce battle with Kitaretsusai of the Northern Yagyu clan. The duel was costly, as his daughter Freesia was frozen in suspended animation. As a result of global warming in the present day, Freesia breaks free from her icy grave and moves to Japan as a middle school transfer student, where she befriends Jiyuu Nanohana. Little does Jiyuu know that Freesia is targeting her to acquire the coveted Lovely Eye Patch, which Freesia believes is rightfully hers.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Daichi, Akitarou
Director, Script, Storyboard
Hiramatsu, Tadashi
Storyboard


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"Nagi ~Peace of Mind~" by Okazaki Ritsuko

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"Kokoro Harete Yoru mo Akete" by Yui Horie




More reviewsReviews

Dec 4, 2007
altergenesis (All reviews)
Highs: Cool looking action scenes; improved animation; comedy works

Lows: ...Too much of it doesn't; Repetitive storyline; sub-plots that go nowhere; unbelievable amount of filler; useless side characters; elements make absolutely no sense; the reason for the most emotion from previous series is missing

Jubei-chan 2 – The Counter Attack of the Siberian Yagyu, henceforth to be known as Jubei-chan 2, is the continuation of the series that debuted back in 1999. Picking up where the first series left off, Jubei-chan 2 adds a few more interesting characters, but in the end turns out to be a carbon copy of the previous season. Jubei-chan is unsuccessful in read more
Feb 9, 2008
alx222000 (All reviews)
Quite some time ago, I saw Jubei Chan - The Ninja Girl, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Now that I've finally started purchasing anime for my own collection, I decided to get the sequel, hoping to once again enjoy some nice modern-samurai comedy.

One word: Disappointed.

The art is still nice and clean, and the battles are intense, but that doesn't really make up for the lack of other interesting parts to the show.

While I say the battles are intense, this may not be considered a good thing by all, as the battles now consist of simple power Vs power, high-energy fights, which I cannot remember being read more
Jan 30, 2010
Colonelfancy (All reviews)
CRITICAL FAILURE!!
Well, I'm pretty certain that I have found the most useless anime sequel I've ever watched. The first Jubei Chan story wasn't spectacular, but it's approach was kind of cool, the humor was pretty good, filled with lots of jokes that break the third wall, bright character designs, and some really cool battles. Jubei Chan 2 is almost the exact, same show with the same premise, trying nothing at all new and completely wasting the viewer's time!
STORY: (4) Just a pathetic rehash of the first story, except that this time, someone else has shown up with a lovely eye patch and read more
Jul 12, 2015
Notshane (All reviews)
This is highly disappointing.

Everything I took in from the first season was an incredible comedy that was serious, but not too serious; and frequently misconceived by many as something else.

But, this was a joke. Right off the bat, they repeat the same plot and the theme song is just the original with a slightly updated violin theme and visuals. Did not mind that too much since I normally do not care for most opening and closing credits of anime, anyway.

But, HOW can the humor and quality drop so much? It seems like they sacrificed their decent writing, excellent comedy and more just to improve the read more

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