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Space Battleship Yamato 2199 宇宙戦艦ヤマト2199, Uchū Senkan Yamato Ni-ichi-kyū-kyū is a 2012 Japanese military science fiction anime television series that is a remake of the first Space Battleship Yamato television series created by Yoshinobu Nishizaki and Leiji Matsumoto in 1974, known in the United States as Star Blazers The series is a space opera,2 and was originally screened back-to-back in theaters across Japan, a few episodes at a time prior to release on home video, and aired on television from April 7, 2013 to September 29, 2013

Two movies based on the series were released in 2014 A sequel series, titled Space Battleship Yamato 2202: Warriors of Love is currently in production


  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Marketing
    • 41 Release
    • 42 Compilation film
    • 43 Toys/models
  • 5 Differences from the original series
  • 6 Reception
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links


In 2191, Earth made first contact with aliens called Gamilas First attempt at peaceful contact with the Gamilas failed, resulting in interstellar war The United Nations Cosmo Navy, even though outmatched by the Gamilas space naval forces, was able to stop their direct assaults on Earth in the second battle for Mars, but suffered heavy losses in the process The Gamilas, from their military base on Pluto, then started planetary bombardment with modified asteroids called planet bombs The planet bombs hampered United Nations efforts to rebuild their space fleet and forced Earth to build underground cities to protect humanity The planet bombs altered the atmosphere and irradiated the planetary surface, causing the complete destruction of the planet's biosphere The Gamilas then started what is believed to be their first step in terraforming ―preparing the Earth to be inhabited by themselves― by introducing plant life that was lethal to any life on Earth With mankind facing extinction, the United Nations started planning for a small colony of humans to leave Earth in an attempt at the survival of humanity, called the Isumo Plan But in early 2198 Starsha, from the planet Iscandar, learned of Earth's situation and dispatched her sister Yurisha to Earth Yurisha brought with her the designs to what is called the Dimensional Wave Motion Engine, providing for interstellar flight along with other technological assistance to Earth The Iscandarans revealed that they could reverse the damage done to the Earth with the Cosmo Reverse System For technical reasons they could not send the system directly and would need Earth to send a ship for it The United Nations then scrapped the Isumo Plan in order to build a new Cosmo Navy ship to retrieve the Cosmo Reverse System The new ship was designed as a heavily armed space battleship To conceal the ship's construction from the Gamilas, Earth built the new ship at the same site as the sunken World War II Yamato battleship The new space battleship was also named the Yamato for which the series Space Battleship Yamato 2199 is named3

Over the course of the series, the Yamato and its crew were continually attacked by Gamilan forces on Jupiter, the moons of Saturn, and Pluto As the Yamato battled its way out of the Solar System and the Milky Way Galaxy, Gamilas leader Abert Dessler took a personal interest in the unusually advanced and seemingly unstoppable Earth vessel Suspicious of Iscandar's involvement in the humans' quest, Dessler schemed to stop the Yamato at all costs before it could fulfill its mission ― even as political intrigue plagued his empire To this end, he ordered his top military commanders and most sophisticated spacecraft into the fight, putting the determination of the Yamato crew to even more rigorous tests as they coped with questions about their mission and strange incidents aboard their own ship


Crew of the Yamato
  • Daisuke Ono as Susumu Kodai
  • Houko Kuwashima as Yuki Mori/ Yurisha Iscandar
  • Kenichi Suzumura as Daisuke Shima
  • Takayuki Sugo as Captain Jūzō Okita
  • Aya Hisakawa as Lt Kaoru Niimi
  • Aya Uchida as Warrant Officer Yuria Misaki
  • Chō as Analyzer Unit 09/Sukeji Yabu/Guelf Ganz
  • Daisuke Hirakawa as Hiroki Shinohara
  • Fumihide Ise as Hajime Hirata
  • Hiroshi Tsuchida as Susumu Yamazaki
  • Hōchū Ōtsuka as Shirō Sanada
  • Keiji Fujiwara as Master Chief Isami Enomoto
  • Masato Kokubun as Yoshikazu Aihara
  • Mugihito as Hikozaemon Tokugawa
  • Rie Tanaka as Ensign Akira Yamamoto
  • Rina Satou as Makoto Harada
  • Shigeru Chiba as Dr Sakezō Sado
  • Tesshō Genda as Kotetsu Serizawa
  • Toshihiko Seki as Shinya Itō
  • Unshou Ishizuka as Ryū Hijikata
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Saburō Katō
  • Yuuki Chiba as Kenjiro Ohta
Gamilas Empire
  • Akio Ohtsuka as General Domel
  • Kouichi Yamadera as Abelt Dessler
  • Masashi Hirose as Gremmdt Goer
  • Jōji Nakata as Fraken
  • Yousuke Akimoto as Redof Hiss
  • Ayano Miura as Hilde Shultz
  • Yu Shimaka as Valke Shultz
Other Characters
  • Mitsuru Miyamoto as Mamoru Kodai
  • Kikuko Inoue as Starsha Iscandar


Main article: List of Space Battleship Yamato 2199 episodes

The new series is a remake of the original Space Battleship Yamato television series from 1974, with some changes in the main story, new characters including several female ones, a more modern tech design, and an animation style inspired by that of the original series The original intro music theme from the first series composed by Hiroshi Miyagawa with vocals by Isao Sasaki has also been re-scored for this new production by Hiroshi's son Akira4

Yutaka Izubuchi serves as supervising director, with character designs by Nobuteru Yuki, and Junichiro Tamamori and Makoto Kobayashi in charge of mecha and conceptual designs The series is animated by Xebec episodes 1–10 were co-produced with AIC Famous anime director and creator Hideaki Anno designed the new series' opening sequence, which is a homage to the one that appeared in the first television series5

The full anime series started airing on April 7, 2013, in the MBS/TBS's 5:00 pm timeslot, replacing Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic6

The Yamato wreck in the 1974 series where the Space Battleship Yamato was built under was based on the general assumption in the 1970s that the warship sank intact When the actual wreck was found in 1985, it was in a much more mangled shape than previously thought In an April 2013 interview with Japanese online hobby shop Ami Ami, Bandai model developer Hirofumi Kishiyama said the emergence of the space battleship itself in 2199 was a plot device that needed to be resolved Taking into account the 1985 discovery, he said the new Yamato "wreck" is simply camouflage for the warship being built underneath Where the 1974 space battleship Yamato was conceptualized to be the same length as the original battleship at 263 meters, the spaceship in the new series was enlarged to 333m to address design discrepancies found in the first show7

Characters who appeared in the original series' second and third seasons are included in 2199 as well

The first episode of the show has been dubbed into English by Bang Zoom! Entertainment, and was shown at both Anime Expo and San Diego Comic-Con in the Summer of 20138

In 2014, a feature-length compilation of the Space Battleship Yamato 2199 series titled Space Battleship Yamato 2199: A Voyage to Remember and an original movie based on the series, Space Battleship Yamato 2199: Odyssey of the Celestial Ark, were released9



Episode 1 of the series was previewed on April 6, 2012 on Family Gekijo channel, although the remaining 25-minute episodes did not run on television until 201311011

Episodes 1 and 2 of the new series were released as a fifty-minute anime film called Dai-Isshō Harukanaru Tabidachi Chapter 1: "The Long Journey" premiering in Japanese cinemas on April 7, 2012 the sixty-seventh anniversary of the loss of the Yamato during the Battle of Okinawa It was also released on May 25, 2012 as Blu-ray and DVD format volumes in Japan1213 Six more anime films which will be one hundred-plus minute compilations, containing four episodes each, for a total of twenty-six, will be released every few months in select theaters across Japan through 2013 The series commenced weekly broadcast on April 7, 201310

The second film, Dai-nishō: Taiyōken no Shitō Chapter 2: "Desperate Struggle in the Heliosphere", featured episodes 3-6 It opened in ten theaters in Japan on June 30, 2012 The Blu-ray Disc and DVD volumes were released on July 27, 201214

The third film, Dai-sanshō: Hateshinaki Kōkai Chapter 3: "The Endless Voyage", featuring Episodes 7-10, opened in twelve Japanese theaters from October 13 through October 26, 2012 expanding from ten theaters for the previous films The Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on November 22, 201215

The fourth film, Dai-yonshō: Ginga Henkyō no Kōbō Chapter 4: "Defense of the Galactic March", featured Episodes 11-14, and opened in twelve Japanese theaters from January 12 through January 26, 2013 The Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on February 22, 2013

The fifth film, Dai-goshō: Bōkyō no Gingakan Kukan Chapter 5: "The Redolence of Intergalactic Space" featuring Episodes 15-18, was released in twelve Japanese theaters on April 13, 2013 The Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on May 28, 2013

The sixth film, Dai-rokushō: Tōtatsu! Dai Magellan Chapter 6: "Arrival! Large Magellanic Cloud" featuring episodes 19-22 was released in sixteen Japanese theaters on June 15, 2013 The Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on July 26, 2013

The seventh and final film, Dai-nanashō: Soshite Kan wa Iku Chapter 7: "And Now the Warship Comes" featuring episodes 23-26 was released in Japanese theaters on August 24, 2013 Unlike the previous episodes other than the first one, they first aired on TV before the Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on October 25, 2013

Compilation filmedit

Space Battleship Yamato 2199: A Voyage to Remember 宇宙戦艦ヤマト2199 追憶の航海, Uchū Senkan Yamato 2199: Tsuioku No Koukai, also known as Space Battleship Yamato 2199: Voyage of Remembrance, is a 2014 Japanese anime recap film that compiles the twenty-six episodes of the Space Battleship Yamato 2199 anime series1617 Writers have unofficially used the English translations Space Battleship Yamato 2199: Voyage of Remembrance and Space Battleship Yamato 2199: A Voyage to Remember1819 However, the distributor has yet to choose an official English language title


Bandai started releasing kits based on the vehicles seen in the series in 2012

As of January 2015, the company produced 1/1000 scale models of the Yamato, two sets of UNCN warships, four sets of Garmilas warships, the Gamilas Polmeria-class Assault Carrier, the Gelvades-class Assault Carrier "Darold," and the Guipellon-class multi-deck carriers Lambea, Balgray, and the Schderg Some of these kits also contain bonus kits, including reissues of certain warship kits from the original series' Mecha Collection line The line Garmillas warships are also available as online-exclusive Imperial Guard sets, sporting green blue colors Test shots of a 1/1000 version of the Zelguud-class dreadnought Domelus III and the Deusula II dreadnought were made public in 2013 Bandai originally held back on a full release for the Domelus III, stating that the model's size - around two feet long - was too big for the average Japanese home The 1/500 release of the Yamato, measuring at over two feet, two inches - eventually prompted the release The Gatlantis Empire's ships also appeared in the main kit line and the Mecha Collection line in 2014

Vehicles from the series are available in 1/72 scale The line started with the α-1 and α-2 Cosmo Zeroes in 2012 The March 2013 issue of Dengeki Hobby magazine had a free 1/72 Cosmo Falcon fighter packaged and Bandai followed suit with recast of the Cosmo Falcon in Saburo Kato and Akira Yamamoto's paint schemes later in 2013 Some of the 1/1000 kits also have their own space fighter models, with the Polmeria including a free DWG229 Melanka flying-wing bomber, two FG14 Zedora fighters with the Balgray, a DWG262 Czvarke fighter with Garmillas Warship set III and the FG156 Sumaruhi recon plane with Garmillas Warship Set IV

Taking off from previous efforts to produce specific paint sets for Gundam HGUC models, Gunze Sangyo is also producing special paint sets for the 2199 warship kits

On January 2014, Bandai also released a Yamato 2199 version of the Battleship Yamato number GX-64 in their Soul of Chogokin line of adult collector's toys, which is a total redesign from their previous release number GX-57

Differences from the original seriesedit

The series is markedly different from the original in many ways Those include:

  • The Yamato is bigger than previous incarnations of the ship, because the anime design team now scaled the entire ship to be on proportion with the dimensions of the bridge, so now Yamato is 333m long original was 263m Also the entire ship has been internally reworked to make more sense and it is no longer built in the wreck of the original sunken battleship Yamato
  • Queen Starsha had only one sister, Sasha Astra in the English dub, in the original series, who was sent to Earth with both Starsha's message and the plans for the Wave Motion Engine In 2199, the queen has two sisters, Yurisha and Sasha Yurisha was sent to Earth one year before Sasha with the message and the engine schematics; Sasha was tasked with bringing the engine's "activation core" Yurisha bears an uncanny resemblance to Yuki, leading to a protracted case of mistaken identity between them with Yuki even being taken prisoner by Gamilas operatives who believe she is Yurisha
  • The Yamato departs Earth with a much larger crew of 999 crew on board In the original series, Yamato had a crew of 114
  • While main weapons remain largely the same, the Yamato now has missile ports in the under keel to cover that previously assumed as "blind" spot
  • Captain Okita is much more involved in the storyline In the original Yamato, his illness took him out much sooner and he spent more time laid up in bed Here, he remains in command almost to the end
  • There is considerable cordial if tense interaction between Gamillas and humans, something that did not happen in the original series
  • In the original series, Kodai assumed command of the Yamato when Okita was taken ill Here, Sanada is the designated XO and takes over when Okita cannot command Sanada is considerably fleshed out from the original series, with much more back story and complexity to his character
  • The Yamato's main guns can fire projectile shells in addition to antielectron pulses In the first series, she never fired shells which turn out to be critical to the ship's survival in more than one instance
  • Yuki is no longer needed in the medical bay, as there is full medical staff on board There are many more women compared to the original series since now one third of the crew is female, including a pilot and an intelligence officer
  • We see much more of Gamillas society Many of its leaders are shown sympathetically to be family men more worried about their children than war People conquered by Gamillas serve as second-class citizens, and are often looked down upon by Gamillas
  • The Gamillas military and Dessler are much more obvious Nazi figures than before Their clothing is similar to Nazi dress field uniforms, they wear a logo on their neck that looks like the SS lightning bolts and the names of all of the admirals and generals are distinctly German-sounding, like Ditz, Goer, Hiss, Dommel and Shultz; most of whom are allegories of the top military officers of Nazi Germany Despite this, in one sense the Gamillas do still reflect Americans The military platoon made up of Zaltzi volunteers, second class citizens of the Gammilas, is still called the 442nd Special Operations platoon, a reference to the US Army's heavily decorated 442nd Infantry Regiment during World War II, made up of Japanese volunteers
  • The suicide run of Mamoru Kodai's command, Yukikaze, occurs for a different motive - to cover the retreat of Okita rather than being unable to bear the shame of defeat as in the original
  • After surviving the Battle of Pluto and being taken prisoner, Mamoru Kodai crash-landed on Iscandar and was rescued by Starsha In the original series, she nursed him back to health; the two fell in love, and he remained with her on Iscandar to rebuild its population In 2199, he died before the Yamato arrived, leaving a recorded message
  • While the Yamato has an all-Japanese crew, she flies as a United Nations ship The United Nations logo is seen on the vessel and Okita talks to United Nations officials via long range communication, not officials in Japan
  • In the early episodes of the original 1974 series, Gamilas characters had caucasian skintones Dessler also had a more yellowish skintone in early appearances This abruptly changed after episode ten when all Gamilas characters were given a blue skin tone to make them more alien in appearance The discrepancy remains unexplained In the 2199 series, the difference is justified by establishing caucasian Gamilas characters such as Shulz, Ganz, and the commander of the Jupiter floating continent as Zaltzi, a subject race of Gamilas blue skinned members being of the Imperial race This also effectively establishes Gamilas as an interstellar empire that absorbs other races into its culture


Kotaku reviewer Richard Eisenbeis gave the film, A Voyage to Remember, an unequivocally negative judgment In his review, Eisenbeis noted that unlike many other recap anime movies, A Voyage to Remember added virtually no meaningful new content to the Yamato 2199 story He went on to point out that the twenty-six episodes of the series had already been shown in cinemas and therefore did not benefit from an additional big screen showing, and with nine and a half hours of original story cut to two and a half for the recap film, backstory and character development were almost completely sacrificed20


  1. ^ a b "Yamato 2199 #1 Previewed on TV on April 6" Anime News Network 2012-03-01 Retrieved 2012-06-07 
  2. ^ Richard Eisenbeis 9 October 2013 "If You Like Space Operas, You'll Love Yamato 2199" Kotaku Retrieved 15 January 2017 
  3. ^ Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Episode 1 "Message from Iscandar" Retrieved 15 June 2016 
  4. ^ ""Evangelion" Director Hideaki Anno to Design "Yamato 2199" Anime Opening" Crunchyroll 2012-02-25 Retrieved 2012-09-03 
  5. ^ "Yamato 2199 Composer Is Original Yamato Composer's Son" Anime News Network 2012-01-13 Retrieved 2012-09-03 
  6. ^ "5th Yamato 2199 Film, TV Premiere Slated for April" Anime News Network 2013-01-10 Retrieved 2013-01-11 
  7. ^ "あみブロ 【第2回】バンダイホビー事業部 『宇宙戦艦ヤマト2199』プラモデル開発者インタビュー公開!総員、新たなる『ヤマト』の旅立ちに備えよ!" Blogamiamicom 2013-09-20 Retrieved 2013-10-02 
  8. ^ "Bang Zoom Dubs 1st Star Blazers/Yamato 2199's Episode - News" Anime News Network 2013-09-28 Retrieved 2013-10-02 
  9. ^ "New Yamato 2199 Film's Title, Date, Studio Announced" Anime News Network 2014-04-21 Retrieved 2014-04-25 
  10. ^ a b "New Yamato Anime to Be 26 Episodes, Split Into 7 Films" Anime News Network 2011-12-23 Retrieved 2012-02-01 
  11. ^ "New Yamato 2199 Anime Is Also a TV Series" Anime News Network 2011-11-11 Retrieved 2012-02-01 
  12. ^ "50 Top-Selling Animation Blu-ray Discs in Japan: 2012" Anime News Network January 6, 2013 Retrieved September 30, 2016 
  13. ^ "50 Top-Selling Animation DVDs in Japan: 2012" Anime News Network January 6, 2013 Retrieved September 30, 2016 
  14. ^ "2nd Yamato 2199 Film's Promo Video Streamed" Anime News Network 2012-05-24 Retrieved 2012-09-03 
  15. ^ "3rd Yamato 2199 Film Slated for October 13" Anime News Network 2012-06-27 Retrieved 2012-09-03 
  16. ^ "Yamato 2199 Films' Trailer, Teaser, Story Line Unveiled" Anime News Network
  17. ^ Yamato Crew official film page in Japanese
  18. ^ "Yamato 2199 Films' Trailer, Teaser, Story Line Unveiled" Anime News Network
  19. ^ "SPACE BATTLESHIP YAMATO 2199: A VOYAGE TO REMEMBER Opening Day Report" SciFi Japan
  20. ^ Richard Eisenbeis 14 October 2014 "Yamato 2199 Is the Worst Recap Movie I Have Ever Seen" Kotaku Retrieved 29 July 2015

External linksedit

  • Official website Japanese
  • Official website English
  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199 at the Internet Movie Database
  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199 anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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