Tono to Issho

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  • 2010
  • 2 Seasons

"Tono to Issho," translated into English as "My Lord and Me," is a Japanese animated series from 2010. The series adapted from a series of 4-panel comics that involved a variety of well-known individuals from the Warring States era of Japanese history in comedic yet historically accurate scenarios. The series received two seasons, with 12 episodes apiece. The episodes within the first season, subtitled "1-Funkan Gekijo (One Minute Theater)," only run 90 seconds long. The episodes within the second season, subtitled "Gantai no Yabo (Eyepatch's Ambition)," only run 210 minutes long.

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My Lord and the Birthday of an Important Retainer.
12. My Lord and the Birthday of an Important Retainer.
June 20, 2011
Masamunes birthday gifts to his retainers aren't always well received, but for Masamune birthday, Kagetsuna and Shigezane are planning payback.
The Sickly Lord: Rise of the Thin-Armed
11. The Sickly Lord: Rise of the Thin-Armed
June 13, 2011
Nagamasa is sick, frail, and unimposing, but he is determined to win over Oichi even if kills him.
My Lord and His Absolute Conviction
10. My Lord and His Absolute Conviction
June 6, 2011
Uesugi Kenshin is known for his unwavering conviction, except when it comes to satisfying the desires of his older sister, Sent?-In
My Lord and the Retainers' Quarrel
9. My Lord and the Retainers' Quarrel
May 30, 2011
Yasuda demands that Iwai, who killed his precious koi, bring it back to life. Iawai insist that it is impossible. It is up to Naoe Kanetsugu and his "Counseling with Love" to solve the problem.
House of Maeda
8. House of Maeda
May 23, 2011
My lord and his Delinquent Son. Keiji Maeda spends much of his time shunning tradition and formaility until one day the cat comes out of the bag.
House of Shimazu
7. House of Shimazu
May 16, 2011
My Lord and the Brothers Four. The Shimazu brothers, Yoshihisa, Yoshihiro, Toshihisa, and Iehisa, are completely hooked on Sentai. The four brothers spend another day practicing their poses in impeccable fashion. A retainer implores their father, Takahisa, to put an end to this foolishness, but he ends up joining them...
House of Chōsokabe
6. House of Chōsokabe
May 9, 2011
My Lord and the Ichiry? Gusoku Incident. Ch?sokabe Motochika, also known as the Little Princess, is the idol of the Ch?sokabe clan, popular with the retainers and soldiers because of his appearance. Motochika takes the stage, in order to recruit more members into the band of soldiers known as the Ichiry? Gusoku...
House of Sanada
5. House of Sanada
May 2, 2011
Nobuyuki: Much Ado About My Lord and His Controlling Wife. Sanada Nobuyuki's wife, Komatsu, feared by all, is down with a cold, oddly enough. Nobuyuki is very concerned, but his father, Masayuki, and brother, Yukimura, tell him that this is his chance to give her a piece of his mind. Komatsu soon wakes up and sees Nobuyuki... Our condolences.
Burnnnnnnn
4. Burnnnnnnn
April 25, 2011
My Lord and the New Guy. As Oda Nobunaga prepares to conquer the world, he recruits many talented men. Akechi Mitsuhide is one of them. He swears fealty to Nobunaga, but he's very concerned about the presence of retainers who look as though they've been burnt to a crisp. And then he is joined by another newcomer, Mori Ranmaru...
House of Oda
3. House of Oda
April 18, 2011
My Lord and His Beloved Daughter. Saito Dosan is an overloving parent who absolutely adores his daughter, Lady Noh. Dosan frets over the idea of marrying his daughter to Oda Nobunaga, a well-known imbecile. In order to determine Nobunaga's true nature, Dosan dresses up as a woman and meets with Nobunaga in Lady Noh's stead...
House of Date
2. House of Date
April 11, 2011
My Lord and His Health Boom. Date Masamune, the eyepatch fanatic, continues to invent bizarre eyepatches. Lately, there's been a health boom. Masamune attempts to push eyepatch exercising, which greatly disturbs his retainers. Masamune begins training with his muscle-building eyepatches...
House of Uesugi
1. House of Uesugi
April 4, 2011
My Lord and His Evening Drink. Uesugi Kenshin, lover of alcohol, is enjoying his evening drink as usual. He attempts to convince his concerned retainers that he isn't drunk, but his slurred speech would suggest otherwise. The inebriated Kenshin no longer behaves like the avatar of Vai?rava?a...
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"Tono to Issho," translated into English as "My Lord and Me," is a Japanese animated series from 2010. The series adapted from a series of 4-panel comics that involved a variety of well-known individuals from the Warring States era of Japanese history in comedic yet historically accurate scenarios.

The series received two seasons, with 12 episodes apiece. The episodes within the first season, subtitled "1-Funkan Gekijo (One Minute Theater)," only run 90 seconds long. The episodes within the second season, subtitled "Gantai no Yabo (Eyepatch's Ambition)," only run 210 minutes long.

  • Premiere Date
    July 6, 2010