Telepathy Shoujo Ran

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  • 2008
  • 1 Season

Telepathy Shoujo Ran is a Japanese anime television series produced by NHK. The show revolves around the life of an ordinary girl named Ran Isozaki who discovers she has telepathic powers. With her newfound ability and the help of her friends, Rui, Midori, and Rin, Ran sets out on a journey to find out more about her past and the mysteries behind her powers.

The show follows the daily life of Ran and her friends as they navigate the challenges of school, family, and their telepathic abilities. Along the way, they encounter various individuals who also possess telepathic powers, some of whom become allies and others who become their enemies.

The main character of the show is Ran Isozaki, a cheerful and lively middle school student who discovers she has telepathic powers. Ran is voiced by Akemi Okamura, who brings a lot of energy and personality to the character. Her best friends are Rui, Midori, and Rin, who all possess telepathic abilities as well. Rui is voiced by Kana Ueda, Midori is voiced by Tomokazu Seki, and Rin is voiced by Hiroki Shimowada.

The show also features a number of other talented voice actors, including Kenyu Horiuchi as the mysterious detective, Kyosuke Munakata, who helps Ran and her friends uncover the secrets of their past. Fumiko Orikasa voices Rin's older brother, Souta, a skilled martial artist who also possesses telepathic abilities. Kanemitsu Nobuaki voices Shu, a high school student who has the ability to manipulate objects with his mind. Daisuke Sakaguchi voices Ran's brother, Rui, who is also a telepathic.

Throughout the show, there are a variety of villains and antagonists who stand in the way of Ran and her friends. These include the sinister organization known as the Seven Moons, who seek to control all telepathic abilities for their own purposes. Junko Ueda voices the leader of the Seven Moons, Julia, a mysterious woman with incredible telekinetic powers. Kana Uetake voices one of Julia's henchmen, Hikaru, who has the ability to read minds.

Other notable voice actors in the show include Kotomi Iwamura as the kindhearted psychic, Miyuki, Sayaka Ohara as the enigmatic psychic, Yuriko, and Yasuyuki Kase as the protective older brother, Jin.

The animation in Telepathy Shoujo Ran is colorful and engaging, with a lot of attention to detail in the character designs and backgrounds. The show's soundtrack is also noteworthy, with a mix of upbeat and dramatic music that complements the action on screen.

Overall, Telepathy Shoujo Ran is a fun and exciting anime series that explores the themes of friendship, family, and self-discovery through the lens of telepathy. With a talented voice cast and engaging storylines, it is a must-watch for fans of the genre.

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Ran and Midori - I Have Something Inside
26. Ran and Midori - I Have Something Inside
December 20, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 26
Ran and the Dead Earth - I Have Something Inside
25. Ran and the Dead Earth - I Have Something Inside
December 13, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 25
Ran and the Beast Awakened ~I Have Something Inside~
24. Ran and the Beast Awakened ~I Have Something Inside~
December 6, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 24
Ran, Listen to the Voice of the Clay Figure
23. Ran, Listen to the Voice of the Clay Figure
November 29, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 23
Ran and the White Girl
22. Ran and the White Girl
November 22, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 22
Midori and the Old Lady's Dream
21. Midori and the Old Lady's Dream
November 15, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 21
Rin, A Challenge For Power!
20. Rin, A Challenge For Power!
November 8, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 20
Ran, Café cum Haunted House
19. Ran, Café cum Haunted House
November 1, 2008
Telepathy Shoujo Ran - Episode 19
18. TBA
October 18, 2008
Ran, Rui, Midori, and Rin win a trip to a tropical island named Janome Island, or otherwise known as Snake Island. After stepping off the plane, Ran sees a snake coiled around one of the men on the plane over, Kenzo Akaza, whose great-grandfather had originally charted the island. Once they get to the hotel, Rui reveals more about he knows of the island, and the group goes out later to watch the sunset, where Ran hears intense voices again.
17. TBA
October 11, 2008
Ran and the others find the man who gave the box to Rui, and Ran and Midori find a time portal in his store house which they use to travel back in time to be with Rui. Rui uncovers an undercover law enforcer working where Rui is being held, and enlists his help to find O-Ran who went missing. After finding her, they also uncover that the proprietor, Kichibee Narukoya, has been breeding strange bugs called darkness demons and selling them in combs for a fortune. Naruyoya tries to have them killed, but Ran and Midori use their powers to escape. Ran and Midori lend their powers to Rui, and they destroy the darkness demon possessing Narukoya. Ran, Rui and Midori travel back to their own time with the help of the two combs.
16. TBA
October 4, 2008
Ran goes out with Rin to a flea market, and Midori unexpectedly shows up. Rui disappears after receiving an old box from one of the sellers and opening it to find a comb. Rui is transported back in time to help a girl named O-Ran. Rui's unexpected appearance in the past, plus the comb he had pegs him for a thief, but he manages to feign amnesia. Rui learns about O-Ran's older sister who had disappeared. It turns out O-Ran's father was a comb maker before he died. Meanwhile, Ran and Midori try to find the man who gave the box to Rui.
Rui, Disappearing Into the Darkness ~SOS Overtime~
15. Rui, Disappearing Into the Darkness ~SOS Overtime~
September 27, 2008
Maruzō goes missing, and Ran and the others learn more about the face mark as they continue their investigations. The head of the Kitōgami House had an older sister, Yumi, which had the visage scab of the face as well. It turns out that the visage scab on Yuri is fake, and two members of the house had stole 100 million yen and used the house as a hiding place. Ran and the others are tied up and left for dead after the culprits light the house on fire, but Ran and Midori use their powers in conjunction with Yumi's ghost to save everyone. The culprits are apprehended in the end.
Ran and the Red Handball ~Laughing Face of the Night~
14. Ran and the Red Handball ~Laughing Face of the Night~
September 20, 2008
While visiting Midori in the hospital for stomach pains after overeating, Ran sees a ghost girl that the others cannot which leads them into a room with an injured man named Tatsuhiko. Ran and Midori find a mark of a face on his elbow and use their powers to learn more about the suffering of an unknown girl. Once back home, they meet another injured man with amnesia who is somehow connected to Tatsuhiko. They go with the man to the only place he remembers, Kitōgami House. Ran and the others meet those that know him, and reveal that the man, Maruzō, is a doctor employed by the family. Ran and Midori inquire about the face mark they saw earlier, and later find the same mark on a the granddaughter, Yuri, of the head of the house.
Ran and a Mysterious Guide ~Laughing Face of the Night~
13. Ran and a Mysterious Guide ~Laughing Face of the Night~
September 13, 2008
Summary is not available.
Ran and the Third Tear ~Beware of the Skull~
12. Ran and the Third Tear ~Beware of the Skull~
September 6, 2008
Ran and the others go to find Reika and Ran leading them to the Three Eyes Shrine. Rin uses his brute force to distract the enemies while Ran and Midori go and find Reika. After finding the man with Reika, they find he abducted her due to her resemblance to his daughter that died years ago. The man tries to kill himself by falling off the cliff, but Reika unconsciously uses physic powers to save him. The man is later arrested for bribery and an accessory to murder.
Ran and the Lost Village ~Beware of the Skull~
11. Ran and the Lost Village ~Beware of the Skull~
August 30, 2008
Ran, Rui and Midori get involved with Rin's classmate Reika when they find out her brother has gone missing. They investigate into it and go to the town where he was last seen. While there, they learn about the legend of Three Caches, a village inhabited by the Three Eyes Clan known for their savageness. Ran and Midori gain access into an old man's home to ask him about Reika's brother, but he does not give them information even though Reika's brother left behind a note with the man's name on it. That night, Reika is abducted by the old man's men in the middle of the night, and Ran is knocked unconscious via chloroform and taken away somewhere.
Ran and Midori and Summer Vacation
10. Ran and Midori and Summer Vacation
August 23, 2008
Ran goes out on her normal morning run and runs into Midori; Ran invites her to the town's summer festival, but she does not want to go if Rin will not be there. Ran and Rui go out together to buy Ran a new kimono, and while out Ran tries to phone Midori several times to try to get her to come to the festival later, but Midori's been out all day. When she gets home, Midori listens to Ran's humorous messages and unexpectedly meets up with Ran at the festival later when the fireworks are going off.
Ran, The Wickedness of God ~Ran, Spring and the Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom~
9. Ran, The Wickedness of God ~Ran, Spring and the Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom~
August 16, 2008
Ran goes out with Rui and Midori (against her previous wishes) and the three find a traveler's deity in a hidden path after Ran and Rui fall down a small embankment. Ran hears a voice from the statue, prompting the three to research the things he, Iratsuko Kashiwaba, talks about regarding the sakura of Onju. Iratsuko wants to meet a girl there, Iratsume. They go to the library and meet an old man who tells them the sakura of Onju is actually close to the library. The three leave and find the sakura of Onju's tree stump. After placing the statue down, Ran, Rui and Midori witness the reunion of Iratsuko and Iratsume.
Ran's Master Plan to Become Friends
8. Ran's Master Plan to Become Friends
August 9, 2008
Ran is excited about being with Rui over the summer, and on the way home from school accidentally runs into a girl from her school; Ran sees some of her memories in the process, making Ran concerned about her. It turns out the girl will be moving away soon. Ran's classmate Yamashita receives a letter which is read by a couple bullies in class. Yamashita tears up the letter without reading it himself. Ran pieces together the letter and gives it back to Yamashita. Using her powers, Ran learns about his relationship with the girl from before. Ran and Midori use their powers to interfere further by manipulating a doll in Yamashita's home and try to push him to do something before the girl moves away. This drives him to seek her out that night and properly says goodbye.
Ran and the Steamy Ghost Case
7. Ran and the Steamy Ghost Case
August 2, 2008
Ran and the others continue to investigate the ghosts and gain access to the detached wing where the old man died a couple months back. Rui uncovers several clues as to what actually happened. When the man, Shiroyama, comes to buy the inn, Midori and Rui lead in trying to uncover his involvement in the death. Ultimately, they find out how he was behind the man's death, and he's taken away by the police. The ghost rumors of the inn fade away shortly after.
Ran, Going to the Haunted Hot Springs
6. Ran, Going to the Haunted Hot Springs
July 26, 2008
After hearing reports of a haunted inn, Rin goes with Ran, Rui, and Midori to the inn to investigate the rumors. The manager of the inn seeks the help of Ran to get rid of the ghosts. Midori uses her powers to see the memories of the manager, and learns more about a man that died a couple months ago. A man is coming to buy the inn from him and his mother tomorrow, but he does not want to sell. Midori and Ran continue to investigate the ghosts, and find clues of how someone could make people think ghosts were around due to hidden passages near the outdoor bath. While there, they actually do see a couple ghosts, however.
The Wind Called Forth by Ran
5. The Wind Called Forth by Ran
July 19, 2008
Ran and the others find the Emahi grass they were looking for, and Ran almost gets into an accident. The man who got in the car accident, Nakai, goes to the hospital, and Ran, Rui, and Midori go to his room to ask him questions. They find clues in his belongings and discover their old teacher ÅŒhara is in the center of the recent strange occurrences. Ran hears the voices from the Emahi grass and goes into the forest with the others in tow. Midori is attacked by the grass and nearly dies, but Ran unexpectedly uses her power to save Midori. Afterwards, the Emahi grass wilts and disappears; their teacher leaves shortly after.
The Flower Named Ran
4. The Flower Named Ran
July 12, 2008
At an utter loss for how to spend their Golden Week vacation, Rui proposes that Hayate Village be visited in order to investigate the legend of a local sorceress wielding the Emahi grass for the purpose of controlling people. Ran receives images from someone in the town of an unresolved injustice. Ran, Rui, and Midori accompany Ran's father and brother to the village. Once there, strange things happen such as villagers coming to attack Ran, Rui and Midori. As Ran and Rui are out looking for more clues, Midori stays behind. A man comes by looking for Ronpei's (Ran's father) friend Takizawa, but he's out with Ran and the others. Ran continues to hear voices as the man from earlier gets into a car accident not far from the house. Midori warns Ran to be careful as the village is very dangerous.
Ran, Fly!
3. Ran, Fly!
July 5, 2008
Ran and her brother Rin head to the school after Ran picks up Rui's stray thoughts at his home. Rin finds the culprit on the roof with an unconscious Rui. A brief battle ensues, and Midori interferes in the fight, prompting the masked figure to invade Midori's mind. Midori's telekinetic counterattack backfires and throws her from the rooftop but Ran interferes, saving her life. Again seeing Midori's memory of her mother's rejection, Ran vows to become her friend and save her from isolation. After hauling Midori to safety, Ran's charge at the masked figure knocks her to the ground and revealing her identity. Letting her mind slip for a moment, the woman reveals that the man in the earlier fire was a former lover whose desertion drove her to revenge. Rui awakening and calling to her enables Ran to use her now enhanced power to fight back and drive her away. Midori thanks Ran for saving her from the same fate as the woman.
Ran, Runs!
2. Ran, Runs!
June 28, 2008
Even while completely unprepared for a test, Ran answers all the questions right, making her friend Saeko both astonished and anguished. As she pursues Saeko, Ran unknowingly hears her internal voice and attempts to explain the test. Unfortunately, Ran's explanation prompts the frightened Saeko (who had not yet vocalized her thoughts) to call her a freak for reading her mind. Midori continues her telepathic exchanges with Ran and warnings to her about what will happen if her powers are discovered. Saeko is silently abducted from the school library, and Ran is surprised that she still cannot hear Rui's thoughts. Ran and Rui are disrupted by a controlled dog attacking the pair, and Rui grabs the controller's her arm which amplifies Ran's powers so much that they stun the dog and break the control. Ran's pursuit of the masked figure onto the bridge prompts an encounter with Midori who taunts Ran with warnings that she will be called a monster by others. After Ran retorts that Rui still likes her even with her telepathic powers, Midori is taken aback and flees. As Ran's brother Rin is priding himself on partially solving the mysterious cases plaguing the town (external mind control being the common thread), Ran somehow detects Rui's successful abduction and races to his aid with Rin in tow.
Ran, Telepathy!
1. Ran, Telepathy!
June 21, 2008
Ran Isozaki is a young girl entering junior-high school with her childhood friend Rui Ayase. Ran starts hearing the voice of a mysterious girl one day of various warnings. Strange events start happening around town, and Ran tells Rui about the voice she hears. Rui is not surprised as he recounts another occasion when it was obvious Ran could hear voices and it is explained why Ran has two cats at home (a younger Ran discovering two abandoned kittens in the park). In addition to the voice, Ran sees images of the girl's childhood and her mother calling her a freak before abandoning her. At school, Ran's nice home-room teacher Momoko ÅŒhara introduces the mysterious girl as a transfer student named Midori Naha. Taking the vacant seat at the back, Midori telepathically tells Ran that making friends is a waste of time. Midori begins to test Ran's abilities, and ends up remonstrating with her, revealing Ran's powers of telekinesis in the process. They both also discover that Rui has the ability to stay Ran's unrefined powers.
  • Premiere Date
    June 21, 2008