The series is an extended epilogue of the children's book, where we follow the journeys and explorations of Mei a spirited young goat, and Gabu a wolf who is also Mei's courageous best friend. Each episode tells how Mei and Gabu try to have adventurous fun, but have to hide their companionship from their respective tribes at the same time.\ \ Enemies by nature, sworn friends by nurture; One Stormy Night series incorporates the vision of devotion of friendship despite being two opposing animals, a goat and a wolf - Mei who should be the prey and Gabu the predator. The story emphasizes the crucial theme that anyone from anywhere can cultivate spirited friendships with a little heart and courage as mirrored by the impossible friendship of Mei and Gabu.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi - Kōichi Yamadera - Netflix
Kōichi Yamadera (山寺 宏一, Yamadera Kōichi, born June 17, 1961) is a Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator and singer from Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture. He graduated from Tohoku Gakuin University's economics school, and is currently affiliated with Across Entertainment. Before that, he was affiliated with the Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society. His nickname is Yama-chan (山ちゃん). As a radio personality, he is known as Bazooka Yamadera (バズーカ山寺, Bazūka Yamadera) among other things. He is best known for his roles in Ninja Scroll (as Jūbei Kibagami), Cowboy Bebop (as Spike Spiegel), Dragon Ball Super (as Beerus), Ghost in the Shell (as Togusa), Neon Genesis Evangelion (as Ryoji Kaji), Anpanman (as Cheese), Ranma ½ (as Ryōga Hibiki/P-chan and the Jusenkyō Guide) and the current voice of Koichi Zenigata (Lupin III). He is known for voicing Jim Carrey and Eddie Murphy in the Japanese language releases of their respective films, as well as being the official dubbed voice of Donald Duck in Japanese.
Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi - Puppetry - Netflix
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