Tsuritama

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  • TV-14
  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 7.2  (258)

The television series entitled Tsuritama is about the life and adventures of a young boy known as Yuki Sanada. The series begins at a time when Yuki is in high school and lives a quiet life with his grandmother. Yuki has no friends because he is always moving from one location to the other with his grandmother due to the nature of her job. Yuki is therefore very unfriendly and antisocial since he has very little time to make friends and learn how to build and maintain lasting relationships. Whenever Ruki is worried about anything in life, he becomes very uneasy, finds it difficult to breathe, and feels like he is suffocating. He becomes physically aggressive and exhibits some demonic characteristics and movements that make people run away from him. Ruki and his grandmother arrive at their new location in the small island of Enoshima where she has been sent to work. Not long after they get there, a young man known as Haru comes to their house. Haru is a transfer student who claims to be an alien and has to also live in the same house with them. Ruki's grandmother tells him he can live with them on one condition which is not revealed in the series. Since Ruki is not used to living with other people except his grandmother, he starts getting uncomfortable with the presence of Haru in the house. One day Haru and Ruki go out for a strole on the island and they come across a young fisherman known as Natsuki who prefers to live in seclusion and keep away from other people. Haru and Ruki try to be friendly to Natsuki but he rejects their friendship and tells them to leave him alone. The series was created by Toshiya Ono and directed by Kenji Nakamura. Music was provided by Kuricorder Quartet. The complete series comprises twelve episodes and is available on DVD. It aired on channels like TV Tokyo and Fuji TV.

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Goodbye Fishing
12. Goodbye Fishing
June 28, 2012
The legendary lure has been found, but will Yuki have enough time and strength to cast it before DUCK launches the missiles.
Legend of the Big Fish
11. Legend of the Big Fish
June 21, 2012
Duck has lost its fleet, and their last resort is a missile bombardment. Yuki and his friends have to convince them not to while at the same time fish for their lives.
Our Tackle
10. Our Tackle
June 14, 2012
Haru is scared; Akira is trying to convince Natsuki about what is happening, and Yuki and on his way back to Enoshima. But when JFX takes over a military commander, the worst case scenario comes true.
Striking Underwater
9. Striking Underwater
June 7, 2012
Duck, has declared martial law on Enoshima and are hunting for Haru and JFX. After a fail attempt by Koko and Haru to stop JFX, Haru becomes the alien villain to save his friends.
Joyous Fighting
8. Joyous Fighting
May 31, 2012
During the search for Sakura, Akira confronts Koko and Haru and demands to know why they are here on earth. The duo explains their situation, but bigger plans are already in motion against them.
Painful Countdown
7. Painful Countdown
May 24, 2012
Now that Yuki has his own fishing equipment his enthusiasm for the past time has increased, but Haru no longer wants to do anything that involves the water. Natsuki's birthday is coming up and his sister wants to have a family fishing trip but what happens on the water affects everybody
	 Horrified Splash
6. Horrified Splash
May 17, 2012
Keito is coming home from the hospital and Yuki wants to get her a gift. He takes on the challenge to catching a tuna, her favorite fish. This will lead the boys to an area of water off limits and closer to Haru's goal.
Discouraged Jerking
5. Discouraged Jerking
May 10, 2012
Summer vacation has started and the fishing lessons have been going well. Yuki has decided it is time to get his own fishing pole, but what he wants and what he can afford are vastly different. A question to Ayumi lands Haru, Yuki, and Natsuki jobs on a fishing boat.
Angry Landing
4. Angry Landing
May 3, 2012
With Yuki's Grandma still in the hospital, the boy's everyday life is quite hectic. But by fishing every day, Haru, Yuki, and Natsuki are becoming more at ease with each other. Everything seems to be going well until Yuki uses his water gun after he promised not to.
Lonely Casting
3. Lonely Casting
April 26, 2012
Before they can fish in the ocean, Haru and Yuki must learn to Enoshima Bowl. That evening, Keito announces she is going to the hospital for a checkup. A worried Yuki locks himself in his room, and Keito explains more about life to Haru.
The Frustrating Uni Knot
2. The Frustrating Uni Knot
April 19, 2012
The misunderstandings between Haru, Yuki, and Natsuki continue. But when Yuki decides to quit helping Haru, he awakens on top of a building staring down the barrel of a new water gun.
Panicked Fishing
1. Panicked Fishing
May 14, 2012
A new kid, an alien, and a fishing prince. Three unlikely friends brought together in an unusual place: the makings of an unforgettable summer and possibly a world saving adventure await!
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The television series entitled Tsuritama is about the life and adventures of a young boy known as Yuki Sanada. The series begins at a time when Yuki is in high school and lives a quiet life with his grandmother. Yuki has no friends because he is always moving from one location to the other with his grandmother due to the nature of her job. Yuki is therefore very unfriendly and antisocial since he has very little time to make friends and learn how to build and maintain lasting relationships. Whenever Ruki is worried about anything in life, he becomes very uneasy, finds it difficult to breathe, and feels like he is suffocating. He becomes physically aggressive and exhibits some demonic characteristics and movements that make people run away from him.

Ruki and his grandmother arrive at their new location in the small island of Enoshima where she has been sent to work. Not long after they get there, a young man known as Haru comes to their house. Haru is a transfer student who claims to be an alien and has to also live in the same house with them. Ruki's grandmother tells him he can live with them on one condition which is not revealed in the series. Since Ruki is not used to living with other people except his grandmother, he starts getting uncomfortable with the presence of Haru in the house. One day Haru and Ruki go out for a strole on the island and they come across a young fisherman known as Natsuki who prefers to live in seclusion and keep away from other people. Haru and Ruki try to be friendly to Natsuki but he rejects their friendship and tells them to leave him alone.

The series was created by Toshiya Ono and directed by Kenji Nakamura. Music was provided by Kuricorder Quartet. The complete series comprises twelve episodes and is available on DVD. It aired on channels like TV Tokyo and Fuji TV.

Tsuritama is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on May 14, 2012.

Where to Watch Tsuritama

Tsuritama is available for streaming on the Fuji TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Tsuritama on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    May 14, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (258)