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, also known as ''Shin Chan'', is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui. This follows the adventures of the five-year-old Shinnosuke "Shin" Nohara and his parents, baby sister, dog, neighbours, and friends and is set in Kasukabe, Saitama Prefecture of Japan. An anime adaptation of the series began airing on TV Asahi in 1992 and is still ongoing on several television networks, worldwide. The show has now been dubbed in 30 languages which aired in 45 countries. As of December 2020, 1036 episodes of the television series have been broadcast.

Episodes 1–422



Episodes 423–755



Episodes 756–onwards



English dub episodes



Vitello dub

This is a list of episodes dubbed in English by Vitello Productions in 2002. 52 23-minute episodes (156 5 to 7-minute segments) were dubbed by Vitello. Episodes with segments out of their original Japanese order are indicated by an additional segment number.

Phuuz dub

This is a list of episodes dubbed in English by phuuz entertainment in 2003. 78 23-minute episodes (234 5 to 7-minute segments) were dubbed by Phuuz with a different voice cast than Vitello used. Episodes with segments out of their original Japanese order are indicated by an additional segment number. Most titles of Phuuz episodes are only in German because of only 26 segments the English title is known.

Korean-made dub

12 segments of episodes were dubbed in English in South Korea and released on learn English VCDs and DVDs.

Funimation dub

Note: Due to Adult Swim losing the broadcasting rights to ''Shin Chan'', this season is only available on Hulu, FunimationNow and on DVD. The first 13 episodes were released on July 26, 2011, and the second half on September 27, 2011.

LUK Internacional dub



Theme songs




Openings


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Lyricist: Yoshito Usui / Composer: Tetsurō Oda / Arranger: Masao Akashi / Singers: TUNE'S
Episode Range: 1–21 #
Lyricist: Daiko Nagato / Composer: Tetsurō Oda / Arranger: Takeshi Hayama / Singers: B.B.Queens
Episode Range: 22–57 #
Lyricist: Reo Rinozuka / Composer: Yasuo Kosugi / Arranger: Michiaki Kato / Singer: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Misae Nohara (Miki Narahashi)
Episode Range: SPECIAL 3–161 #
Lyricist: Poem-dan / Composer/Arranger: Takashi Kimura / Singer: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima)
Episode Range: 162–SPECIAL 13 #
Lyricist: C's / Composer/Arranger: Satoru Sugawara / Singer: Puppy
Episode Range: 203–SPECIAL 20 #
Lyricist/Arranger/Composer: motsu / Singers: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Action Mask (Tesshō Genda)
Episode Range: 270–352 #
Lyricist/Composer: LADY Q / Arranger: Toshiya Mori / Singers: LADY Q and Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Misae Nohara (Miki Narahashi)
Episode Range: 353–458 #"PLEASURE"
Lyricist: Chihiro Kurosu / Composer: Kaori Hosoi / Arranger: Nobuyuki Shimizu / Singer: Tomomi Kahala
Episode Range: 459–SPECIAL 43 #
Lyricist: Yuji Muto / Composer/Arranger: Yasunari Nakamura / Singer: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima)
Episode Range: 509–594, 604–681 #
Lyricist: Yuji Muto / Composer: Yasunari Nakamura / Arranger: Takafumi Iwasaki / Singer: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Crayon Friends from AKB48
Episode Range: 595–603 #
Singer: Becky♪♯
Episode Range: 682–708 #"HEY BABY"
Singer: Kumi Koda
Episode Range: 709–724 #"T.W.L."
Singer: Kanjani Eight
Episode Range: 725–747 #Kibou Sanmyaku (Hope Mountain Range)
Singer: Watarirouka Hashiritai 7
Episode Range: 748–SPECIAL 64 #Kimi ni 100 Percent
Singer: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
Episode Range: 784–937, 943– #
Singer: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Misae Nohara (Miki Narahashi)
Episode Range: 938-942


Endings


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Lyricist/Composer: Toshiyuki Arakawa / Arrangers/Singers: Daiji MAN Brothers Band
Episode Range: 1–21 #
Lyricist/Composer/Singer: Hiromi Yonemura / Arranger: Itaru Watanabe
Episode Range: 22–57 #
Lyricist: Yui Nishiwaki / Composer: Hideo Saito / Arranger: Hiroshi Shinkawa / Singers: Sakurakko Club Sakura Gumi
Episode Range: SPECIAL 3–99 #
Lyricist: Moichi Kato / Composers/Arrangers: Ozutairiku and Yasuhiko Hoshino / Singers: Yuko and Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima)
Episode Range: 100–112 #
Lyricist: Marron Koshaku / Composer/Arranger: Takashi Kimura / Singers: Marron Koshaku and Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima)
Episode Range: 113–161 #"REGGAE"
Lyricist/Singer: KOTONE / Composers: KEISUKE and Yoichi Yamazaki / Arranger: Yuzo Hayashi
Episode Range: 162–192 #
Lyricist: Moichi Kato / Composers: Ozutairiku and Yasuhiko Hoshino / Arrangers: Daisaku Kume and Kiyohiko Semba / Singers: Haruo Minami and Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima)
Episode Range: 193–SPECIAL 13 #
Lyricists: Aki Okui and Lemon Saito / Composer/Singer: Aki Okui / Arranger: Akitoshi Onodera
Episode Range: 203–SPECIAL 17 #
Lyricist/Composer/Arranger: RYUZI / Singer: Nanase Ogawa
Episode Range: 249–297 #
Lyricist/Composer: KAORU / Arrangers: Tsuyoshi Yamanaka and L'luvia / Singers: L'luvia
Episode Range: 298–352 #
Lyricist/Composer: Ke-chan / Singer: Kamaboko
Episode Range: 353–397 #
Lyricist/Composer: Tsunku / Arrangers: Yuichi Takahashi and Tsunku / Singers: Sheki-Dol
Episode Range: 398–SPECIAL 33 #
Lyricists: Yoshito Usui and Yuri Asada / Composer: Yasuo Kosugi / Arranger: Hideo Saito / Singers: Shinnosuke Nohara (Akiko Yajima) and Misae Nohara (Miki Narahashi)
Episode Range: 452–SPECIAL 38・SPECIAL 43 #
Lyricist/Composer: Rio / Arranger: Papa Daisuke / Singers: Yanawarabaa
Episode Range: 509–SPECIAL 46 #
Episode Range: 938–942

Vitello and Phuuz dubs




Opening


#"Say hey! HEY! Shin-chan"


Closing


#Say hey! HEY! Shin-chan" Instrumental

Funimation dub




Opening


#"Shin-chan Theme"
Shortened version of the third opening theme.


Closing


#"Party Join Us"
Singer: Brina Palencia
Originally the fifth ending theme.

LUK Internacional dub




Opening


#Footage from Japanese opening 8 ("PLEASURE") but with completely different lyrics, to the melody of a techno remix of Japanese opening 3 ("Ora wa Ninkimono").
Musical Director, Producer and English Director: World Worm Studios composer Gary Gibbons


Closing


#Footage from Japanese ending 3 ("DO-shite") and at the end (only in the first 11 episodes) Japanese opening 9 ("Yuruyuru de DE-O!") but with completely different lyrics to the melody of "DO-shite".
Musical Director, Producer and English Director: World Worm Studios composer Gary Gibbons

Spin-offs

*Crayon Shin-chan Gaiden *SHIN-MEN *Kamen Rider Den-O + Shin-O *Super Shiro

References

{{Crayon Shin-chan Crayon Shin-chan Category:Crayon Shin-chan