3-tsu no Hanashi
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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Three Tales, Mittsu no Hanashi, 3-tsu no Hanashi Atarashii Douga
Japanese: 新しい動画 3つのはなし

Information

Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 15, 1960
Producers: NHK
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Source: Other
Genres: KidsKids, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 30 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Ranked: #100752
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Popularity: #11105
Members: 616
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Synopsis

Three Tales was one of the first domestic anime ever televised. It comprised of three stories: "The Third Plate" (第三の皿) by Hirosuke Hamada, "Oppel and the Elephant" (オッペルと象) by Kenji Miyazawa, and "Sleepy Town" (眠い町) by Mimei Ogawa.

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Staff

Wada, Makoto
Director
Nakahara, Shuuichi
Director, Animation Director
Miyazawa, Kenji
Original Creator
Hamada, Hirosuke
Original Creator


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Dec 4, 2019
Nicholaevich (All reviews)
3-tsu no Hanashi is a collection of three short animated films that are barely animated. They are all terrible and boring. The end.

Unfortunately, I have to say more things about this. It first (and probably only aired) in 1960 and was apparently one of the first domestically produced anime aired on Japanese television. Does this make it culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant? Sure. Does it make it good? Absolutely not. There were far better anime being produced in the 1950s. Hell, there were far better anime being produced in the 30s and 40s. I don’t read more

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