The Western Planet and the Eastern Planet. Once upon a time, the two sides were bound by the "Dragon Pulse" spanning the heavens. The civilization that once had prospered has now turned to a tale of dreams, as the inextinguishable flames of war tear the realm asunder. The two planets remain engulfed in endless battles. The return of the super technology known as "sacred treasures" could revolutionize the world order, but no one knows of them but one person—a "heretical girl." A girl from the Western Planet, Jeanne Kaguya d'Arc, saw heavenly visions of the birth of a "Star Messiah" who will save the world. She embarks on a journey to the Eastern Planet with Leonardo da Vinci, "the one who observes the world." They come across the heretic of the Eastern Planet and "the greatest fool of the day," Oda Nobunaga.

Nobunaga the Fool - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 24 minutes

Premier: 2014-01-06

Nobunaga the Fool - Nobunaga Concerto - Netflix

Nobunaga Concerto (信長協奏曲 (コンツェルト), Nobunaga Kontseruto) is a Japanese manga series by Ayumi Ishii. It began serialization in Shogakukan's Monthly Shōnen Sunday from 2009. It was announced on June 2014 issue of Monthly Shonen Sunday magazine that the historical manga is inspiring an anime television, a live-action television series, and a live-action film. The anime television series adaptation aired from July 12, 2014 to September 20, 2014 on Fuji TV. The television drama aired in October 2014 starring Shun Oguri as Saburo and Nobunaga and the live-action film was released on January 23, 2016.

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Ikeda Tsuneoki (池田恒興) Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu Played by: Osamu Mukai Shibata Katsuie (柴田勝家) Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama Played by: Masahiro Takashima Originally a retainer of Nobuyuki, Katsuie was initially unable to understand Nobunaga's behaviour, and attempted to kill Matsudaira Motoyasu in order to show Nobunaga's incompetence. Years later, he soon realizes that Nobunaga not only has the support of the people, but also has the ambition to rule the land. Siding with Nobunaga instead, he is still often baffled by his lord's decision making. Maeda Toshiie (前田利家) Voiced by: Shintarō Asanuma Played by: Taisuke Fujigaya A violent man, he was found by Nobunaga fighting in the streets. As punishment for his rowdy behaviour, he was not allowed to serve in the army until after Nobunaga's first few battles. Sassa Narimasa (佐々成政) Voiced by: Kenta Miyake Like Toshiie, Narimasa was a violent person and was fighting Toshiie when they were both scouted by Nobunaga. Later on, he becomes a full-fledged officer of the Oda. Played by: Shinnosuke Abe Niwa Nagahide (丹羽長秀) Voiced by: Shinya Takahashi Played by: Masanobu Sakata Takugen (沢彦) Voiced by: Kenichi Ogata Played by: Denden Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川家康) Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama, Nozomi Masu (young) Played by: Gaku Hamada Initially a young hostage for the Oda, Motoyasu becomes indebted to Nobunaga after he rescues the young child's life from Katsuie's assassination attempt. Being given Nobunaga's modern day pornographic magazine, he eventually forms an alliance with the Oda after the collapse of the Imagawa forces at Okehazama to repay the debt to Nobunaga. Takenaka Hanbei (竹中半兵衛) Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai Played by: Naohito Fujiki A strategist that initially served Saito Tatsuoki, he became dissatisfied with his lord's complacency over Inabayama Castle's victories against Nobunaga, and proceeds to take the castle for himself. Interested in Nobunaga's vision of the world, he eventually turns against the Saito, and joins the Oda forces. Azai Nagamasa (浅井長政) Voiced by: Ryōhei Kimura Played by: Issei Takahashi Azai Hisamasa (浅井久政) Voiced by: Akio Nojima Played by: Kunio Murai Endo Naotsune (遠藤直経) Voiced by: Takaya Hashi Isono Kazumasa (磯野員昌) Voiced by: Jun Hazumi Mori Yoshinari (森可成) Voiced by: Ryō Sugisaki Played by: Yoshiyuki Morishita Mori Nagayoshi (森長可) Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino Played by: Takumi Kitamura Mori Ranmaru (森蘭丸) Voiced by: Ayumu Murase Mori Bōmaru (森坊丸) Voiced by: Marie Miyake Mori Rikimaru (森力丸) Voiced by: Nichika Oomori Ashikaga Yoshiaki (足利義昭) Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita Played by: Keisuke Horibe Matsunaga Hisahide (松永久秀) Voiced by: Takaya Kuroda Played by: Arata Furuta Originally a Yakuza member before being transported to the past, Hisahide relishes the chaos of the Sengoku period, believing it to be a battle where only the strongest win. Meeting Nobunaga after his rejection of the Shogun's letter to attack the Oda, Hisahide offers his loose loyalty to Nobunaga until the time he can rebel. Oda Nobuyuki (織田信行) Voiced by: Kōki Uchiyama Played by: Yuya Yagira Nobunaga's younger brother, whom he spites to the core. Nobuyuki, while afraid of Nobunaga, was also tired of his brother's erratic behaviour. In his brother's youth, Nobuyuki had Nohime kidnapped, which was exposed by Nobunaga in front of their father. Years later, he is incited into rebellion by Kinoshita, falsely believing that the Imagawa would support him as the lord of Owari. Failing in his rebellion, he attempts to kill Nobunaga once more when he is sick, only to be betrayed by Katsuie. After his third failure, he commits suicide, but encourages Nobunaga to take the world without the permission of others. Hirate Masahide (平手政秀) Voiced by: Motomu Kiyokawa An elderly man who is the tutor of Nobunaga, he is befuddled by Nobunaga's lax behaviour and constantly remonstrates his lord for his laziness. While reviewing conscripts, he notices that Kinoshita is a spy for another warlord and rejects him. Eventually, he is murdered by Kinoshita and another Imagawa spy, and dies telling Nobunaga to not let the world think him a fool. Kinoshita would later kill his associate in order to be able to infiltrate the Oda Army. Saitō Dōsan (斎藤道三) Voiced by: Yōsuke Akimoto Played by: Toshiyuki Nishida The Lord of Mino and the father of Nohime, he was originally a policeman named Nagai Shinichi, who had a family with a daughter. Travelling to the past mysteriously like Saburo, he stays at the Sengoku Period for 30 years. Upon seeing Saburo's school uniform, he gives the younger man his uniform, and later his pistol and a letter to his original daughter and another to Nohime. Like in history, he is killed by his sons in the conflict at Mino. Hori Hidemasa (堀秀政) Voiced by: Akira Ishida Hachisuka Koroku (蜂須賀小六) Voiced by: Takashi Matsuyama Played by: Katsuya Yasuke (弥助) Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera Originally a batter for an unknown professional baseball team, Yasuke was transported to the Sengoku period, where he is found by Nobunaga. While taken in as an officer, he is bewildered by the savage culture of the time period as well as his baseball bat being mistaken as a weapon. Saitō Yoshitatsu (斉藤義竜) Voiced by: Kenji Hamada Played by: Hirofumi Arai Asakura Kagetake (朝倉景健) Voiced by: Hiroshi Naka

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