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Penguin Drum revolves around a terminally ill young girl whose life is saved when she puts on a possessed penguin shaped hat. However, a repayment for saving her life the spirit asks her to recover a mysterious object known as the Penguin Drum. The job of recovering the Penguin Drum is taken up by the girl

Penguin Drum is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on January 3, 2013.

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2 Seasons, 26 Episodes
January 3, 2013
Cast: Miho Arakawa, Subaru Kimura, Ryouhei Kimura, Marie Miyake, Akira Ishida
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Penguin Drum Full Episode Guide

  • Sanetoshi offers Kanba a special medicine to revive Himari, though there will be a steep price to pay.

  • Shoma tries to dissuade Kanba from his terrible plans, but Ringo boards the train, having learned the secret that had been in the now-lost diary.

  • Shoma learns that Himari's life is at an end, while Ringo conforts him. Kanba is taken to a gravely injured Masako.

  • Ringo is approached by a journalist asking about the Takakuras, but she shakes him off and warns Himari.

  • After the incident at the construction site, Tabuki quits his job and leaves Yuri. Kanba is praised by his parents for protecting Himari, stating that soon they will be reunited.

  • Tabuki traps RIngo and holds Himari hostage, phoning Kanba and demanding he bring his father to him.

  • Masako thinks back to her grandfather, a powerful business tycoon who disowned her father for his perceived weakness.

  • Yuri is holding Ringo in a room that is coincidentally next to a room where Shoma is staying while on a school field trip. Yuri recalls memories about her father, a famous artist who abused her terribly.

  • Yuri breaks off an affair with one of her co-stars, longing for a certain someone. Shoma ignores Ringo, feeling she will never be able to forgive him for what his parents did.

  • Sanetoshi offers Kanba a special medicine to revive Himari, though there will be a steep price to pay.

  • Sanetoshi tells Kanba that Himari will die again. Shoma explains how Shoma and Kanba's parents were responsible for Momoka's death.

  • Kanba confronts Natsume about the memory-erasing balls and her reasons for wanting Ringo's diary. Meanwhile, Ringo is determined to complete Project M, diary or no diary.

  • Shoma wakes up in the hospital, choosing to keep quiet about what happened between him and Ringo. Natsume disguises herself as a nurse and kidnaps Shoma, demanding the other half of the diary from Kanba and Ringo.

  • Himari has a strange dream about her early childhood, recalling her two best friends who later went on to become successful pop stars.

  • Tabuki invites Ringo to see one of Yuri's plays with him, then they attend a party where Yuri announces her engagement to Tabuki.

  • Kanba visits Asam in the hospital, discovering that she has no recollection of him. Shoma is coerced into helping Ringo move to Tabuki's apartment.

  • Kanba learns his uncle is going to sell their house. Shoma asks Ringo directly about her diary.

  • Himari helps Ringo prepare for a "date" with Tabuki at the park. Kanba makes Shoma go with her, hoping to get a glance at the diary.

  • Ringo makes a special curry for Tabuki. Shoma and Kanba break into her house to search for the Penguindrum.

  • Shoma and Kanba are directed to observe a girl named Ringo that may possess the Peguindrum.

  • Shoma and Kanba live alone with their terminally ill sister, Himari. When she collapses, a strange entity offers to save herÂ…though it comes at a price.