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Tokyo ESP

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Tokyo ESP 東京ESP イーエスプー, Tōkyō Īēsupī is a Japanese manga series by Hajime Segawa It began serialization in the April 2010 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine It follows a high school girl named Rinka Urushiba who lives with her father in poor conditions This leads her to work part-time as a waitress Her life changes when she gains the ability to use extrasensory perception ESP An anime television series adaptation aired from July to September 2014


  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Characters
    • 21 Main characters
    • 22 Antagonists
    • 23 Others
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Media
    • 41 Manga
      • 411 Volume list
    • 42 Anime
      • 421 Episode list
    • 43 Merchandise
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links


Tokyo ESP begins with Rinka Urushiba as a fairly normal high school girl, though she is a bit poor and her father who is a police officer is her only family This forces her to work part-time as a waitress after high school in order to raise money for them to secure rent and food One day, she sees a penguin and some glowing fish swimming through the sky Rinka might have thought it was a hallucination if there had not been another witness with her This witness is a boy from her school with a strangely scratched-up face Out of curiosity, she touches one of the glowing fish, which causes her to pass out After she wakes up, she finds out that she has developed the power to phase through inanimate objects such as the floor of her apartment She meets a fellow high school student named Kyotaro Azuma who has the ability to teleport The two of them use their ESP powers to take on individuals who have decided to use them for evil However, there is an organization that is planning a bigger scheme to secure utopia with their ranks consisting of strong ESP fighters and users


Main charactersedit

From left to right: Rinka Urushiba, Peggi In Rinka's arms, Rindō Urushiba, Kobushi Kuroi, Murasaki Edoyama and Kyōtarō Azuma Rinka Urushiba 漆葉 リンカ, Urushiba Rinka Voiced by: Ibuki Kido Japanese; Sarah Wiedenheft English The main protagonist of the first arc Rinka is a high school girl with a strong sense of justice as a direct result of her father who is a former cop that taught her his ways She gains the power to phase through inanimate objects at the start of the series She is called "White Girl" by the media because when using her powers, her hair turns pure white This only happens in the anime version Kyōtarō Azuma 東 京太郎, Azuma Kyōtarō Voiced by: Keisuke Koumoto Japanese; Adam Dahlberg English Second protagonist of the first arc He attends to the same high school of Rinka and is Rinka's friend Azuma has the ability of teleporting from one place to another While hiding his identity as a hero, he uses a crow mask and a tuxedo and calls himself "Crow Head" Ren Jōmyaku 条幕 蓮, Jōmyaku Ren The main protagonist of the second arc Her ESP power can form blocks of ice that can be placed on any kind of material She is the target of terrorists because of her mysterious 'lock space' power Zeus Zeusu Second protagonist of the second arc He works for the ESP Police Force and is ordered to protect Ren His ESP is metalbending even though the actuate of it is unknown as he is able to "transform" machinery and vehicles into "stuff" An example is he turned a police car into a robot Rindō Urushiba 漆葉 竜胆, Urushiba Rindō Voiced by: Tetsu Inada Japanese; Bryan Massey English Rinka's dad He gains the power of creating a magnetic field around him attracting and repelling metallic objects A former police officer who was forced to retire for being unable to look the other way at the corruption of his department He has been unemployed ever since Kobushi Kuroi "Black Fist" 黒井 小節, Kuroi Kobushi Voiced by: Mai Aizawa Japanese; Jenny Ledel English Kobushi is a young thief who has the ability to become invisible She is known to announce her misdeeds in advance She is a very good boxer and loves fighting policemen mixing her invisibility ability and her boxing skill She has a great ego and hates losing a fight After being saved by Rindō, she develops a crush on him and calls him her "Prince" She starts staying with Rinka, much to her dismay Murasaki Edoyama 江戸山 紫, Edoyama Murasaki Voiced by: Azusa Tadokoro Japanese; Lara Woodhull English The daughter of a Yakuza boss, she gained psychometry, which is the ability to see an object's past by touching it from a glowing fish If this power is used on a weapon then the skills its previous owner had are temporarily passed to Murasaki Because of her low stamina, she cannot use them for too long Ayumu Oozora 大空 歩, Oozora Ayumu Voiced by: Megumi Ogata Japanese; Morgan Berry English A son of one of the most outspoken people against Espers and everything they stand for He has the power of Precognition, but he can only see two seconds into the future He is a middle school student with aspirations to be a member of Congress, like his mother He always gets upset when someone calls his hairstyle an afro Pandaemon Youdani 養谷 藩田衛門, Youdani Pandaemon Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue Japanese; R Bruce Elliott English A martial arts master who trained much of the Tokyo Police Force, including Rinka's father He is constantly dressed in a panda suit and is an Esper himself, with the power of clairvoyance Peggi ペギー, Pegī Voiced by: Kaoru Mizuhara Japanese; Heather Walker English A mysterious penguin with the ability to fly It's also known as "The Collector" and has the power to remove and eat other people's ESP abilities Parrot オウム, Ōmu Voiced by: Minori Chihara Japanese; Jamie Marchi English A pelican that Azuma meets when he is left on a deserted island and it helps him escape It can communicate to him because it gained powers of Telepathy from the glowing fish It later joins the heroes in their crime fighting Its telepathy is so strong it can nullify the Professor's illusions


The Professor/Hokusai Azuma 教授/東 北斎, Kyōju/Azuma Hokusai Voiced by: Yoshihisa Kawahara Japanese; Jeffrey Schmidt English Kyōtarō and Minami's adoptive father who leads the group that is letting the glowing fish roam free His ESP powers allow him to create all types of illusions He has a burn scar on the left side of his face that he keeps hidden behind an illusion The murder of his wife and colleagues at the hands of someone from the Japanese government made him see the world as hopeless He desires to change the world After releasing thousands of glowing fish into Tokyo, he was seemly killed by The Siblings However, he was shown to be alive He was taken hostage instead Minami Azuma 東 美奈実, Azuma Minami Voiced by: Sachika Misawa Japanese; Mallorie Rodak English Minami is Azuma's adoptive sister who follows The Professor She is also capable of teleporting She fights wielding 2 katanas Despite being ruthless while fighting, she still deeply cares for Kyōtarō and desires to defeat Rinka Kozuki Kuroi 黒井 弧月, Kuroi Kozuki Voiced by: Hiromi Konno Japanese; Lindsay Seidel English Kobushi's younger sister and the other Black Fist She has a teleportation ability as well However, she can only teleport other people and things and not herself by touching them She desires the title of "Black Fist" in the Kuroi family To do that, she must steal something valuable enough to please their grandmother She joins the Professor for her own reasons Lin Lianjie Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka Japanese; Trina Nishimura English A Chinese girl recruited by the Professor who calls herself "The Evil Ghost of the Woods" Besides her martial arts, her ESP is the power of repulsion and is the opposite of Rindō's ESP She likes to make attacks directed at the eyes


Nabeshima 鍋島, Nabeshima Voiced by: Yoshito Yasuhara Japanese; Greg Dulcie English A police Inspector and Rindō's former co-worker He and the other cops received martial arts training from Master Youdani Reia Oozora Voiced by: Fuyuka Oura Japanese; Linda Leonard English Ayumu's mother who is a member of Congress She believed all espers were criminals until she was saved by her son and started to change the way of seeing them


Plans for Tokyo ESP started when Segawa was still doing his Ga-Rei manga, discussing ideas with his then editor and supervisor when the latter suggested that his next work should be based on superpowers2 Segawa suggested that his protagonist should be based from someone in the Matrix series with the comical ability to use his fart as a weapon with the addition of drama before the supervisor told him to take out the farting ability2 Segawa decided to go with the female lead like he did with the Ga-Rei manga series3 During brainstorming, Segawa pitched an idea to his staff that the female could have fearsome superpowers due to the concern that the female lead will not be prominently known if a male character helps her out, which was met with some opposition from his supervisor again3



Tokyo ESP is written and illustrated by Hajime Segawa It began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine with the April 2010 issue456 The first tankōbon volume was released on July 26, 2010, and thirteen volumes have been released as of June 22, 2015 The english translation for the manga was released as 2-in-1 volumes in America

Volume listedit

No Japanese release date Japanese ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 July 26, 20107 ISBN 978-4-04-715488-9 October 6, 20158 ISBN 9781941220603
2 November 26, 20109 ISBN 978-4-04-715560-2 December 8, 201510 ISBN 9781941220610
3 March 26, 201111 ISBN 978-4-04-715654-8 February 2, 201612 ISBN 9781942993001
4 August 26, 201113 ISBN 978-4-04-715760-6 April 5, 201614 ISBN 9781942993018
5 January 26, 201215 ISBN 978-4-04-120097-1 June 14, 201616 ISBN 9781942993025
6 June 26, 201217 ISBN 978-4-04-120294-4 August 23, 201618 ISBN 9781942993032
7 December 26, 201219 ISBN 978-4-04-120528-0 November 15, 201620 ISBN 9781942993568
8 May 25, 201321 ISBN 978-4-04-120674-4 April 25, 201722 ISBN 9781945054181
9 December 26, 201323 ISBN 978-4-04-120954-7
10 June 26, 201424 ISBN 978-4-04-121060-4
11 July 26, 201425 ISBN 978-4-04-101910-8
12 October 24, 201426 ISBN 978-4-04-101911-5
13 May 26, 201527 ISBN 978-4-04-103062-2
14 October 26, 201528 ISBN 9784041030776
15 April 26, 201629 ISBN 9784041030783
16 September 26, 201630 ISBN 9784041046814


The opening theme song is "Tokyo Zero Hearts" 東京ゼロハーツ performed by Faylan, while the ending theme is "Kyuusei Argyros" 救世Άργυρóϛ by Yousei Teikoku

Episode listedit

No Title Original air date
1 "White Girl"
"Shiroi Shōjo" 白い少女 
July 11, 2014
Tokyo has suddenly been taken over violently by espers Amidst the destruction and terror as the metropolis of Tokyo falls, a name keeps surfacing There is still hope The White Girl will come to save the day 
2 "Girl Meets Boy"
"Gāru Mītsu Bōi" ガールミーツボーイ 
July 18, 2014
Urushiba Rinka suddenly finds herself in the apartment below her home, completely naked! Rinka meets a mysterious boy who seems to know her as she tries to recall what happened to her All the while, new threats begin to appear 
3 "Penguin and Girl"
"Pengin to Shōjo" ペンギンと少女 
July 25, 2014
In order to find a way to return to normal, Rinka searches for the flying penguin with Kyotaro She thinks about what it means to be a hero as she meets Murasaki and involves herself in various events Has Rinka bitten off more than she can chew 
4 "The Rain, Ring, and Girl"
"Ame to Yubiwa to Shōjo" 雨と指輪と少女 
August 1, 2014
Rinka decides to stand and fight back in order to rescue Murasaki The enemy reveals herself to be Azuma's adoptive sister who had disappeared two years ago with her father Big things may have been set in motion long before Rinka and Azuma realized 
5 "Meeting, Phantom and Girl"
"Deai, Maboroshi to Shōjo" 出会い,幻と少女 
August 8, 2014
Rinka comes face to face with the Professor He calls on her to join his crusade for a new world order and tells her of a miracle to come Will Rinka respond to his invitation or ignore it completely For what reason does she fight 
6 "Each Girl, Each Desire"
"Sorezore no Shōjo, Sorezore no Omoi" それぞれの少女, それぞれの思い 
August 15, 2014
Around Rinka, each girl is fighting and standing strong next to their own beliefs As she struggles with the aftermath and the loss of Azuma, Rinka meets her father's old combat teacher Now, Rinka must decide what she stands for to move forward 
7 "Girls in the Rain"
"Ame no naka no shōjo-tachi" 雨の中の少女達 
August 22, 2014
Master Roshi introduces Ayumu, a curly haired young boy who hates women, to Rinka and Murasaki Rinka must get stronger and defeat him in order to face off with Minami Ayumu has his own problems, too His mother is a politician who hates espers 
8 "Fruition, Girls Set into Motion"
"Michiru toki, ugokidasu shōjo-tachi" 満ちる時, 動き出す少女達 
August 29, 2014
Summer is coming to a close and the day of battle is coming near The city of Tokyo is working to go against the existence of espers and Kyotaro continues his efforts to escape All the while, the Professor continues to gather powerful allies 
9 "Attack, ESP Girls"
"Shūgeki esupu gāruzu" 襲撃・ESPガールズ 
September 5, 2014
With school back in session and Azuma-san back at her side, Rinka feels a momentary happiness However, the Professor has other plans for them Namely, a public execution of Rinka and Azuma, to crush any possible hope mankind may have imagined 
10 "In Bitter Lament"
"Dōkoku no naka de…" 慟哭のなかで… 
September 12, 2014
Rinka wanders the town, lost and broken At the same time, Kyotaro desperately tries to get back to Tokyo and confirm Rinka's safety Minami tells Kyotaro what really happened to her mother and his parents 
11 "Tokyo Girls War"
"Tokyo Girls War"  
September 19, 2014
Mass chaos ensues as the Professor takes over the parliament building Though Rinka has lost her ESP powers, she still pushes forward to protect the people she treasures Slowly, but surely, the White Girl and her crew gather for the ultimate battle! 
12 "Tokyo ESP Girl"
"Tōkyō ESP Shōjo" 東京ESP少女 
September 26, 2014
The great battle is reaching its climax as everyone hurries to save the parliament from imminent doom However, the Professor's true target is elsewhere and may change Tokyo's future completely Rinka must fight to protect everything dear to her! 


Some of the merchandise being released by Kadokawa Shoten include phone cards, tumbles and drawings autographed by Segawa31


  1. ^ "Tokyo ESP Manga by Ga-Rei's Hajime Hasegawa Ends" Anime News Network Retrieved August 3, 2016 
  2. ^ a b Tokyo ESP manga Volume 1, Afterword
  3. ^ a b Tokyo ESP manga Volume 2, Afterword
  4. ^ "Hajime Segawa Ends Ga-Rei Manga, Launches Tokyo ESP" Anime News Network January 24, 2010 Archived from the original on December 26, 2013 Retrieved March 22, 2011 
  5. ^ "Shonen Ace Lineup" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 13, 2014 Retrieved March 23, 2011 
  6. ^ 少年エース2010年9月号 in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on December 28, 2013 Retrieved March 24, 2011 
  7. ^ "東京ESP 1" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on October 6, 2013 Retrieved March 23, 2013 
  8. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  9. ^ "東京ESP 2" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on October 6, 2013 Retrieved March 22, 2011 
  10. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  11. ^ "東京ESP 3" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on October 6, 2013 Retrieved March 23, 2011 
  12. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  13. ^ "東京ESP 4" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 19, 2013 Retrieved August 7, 2012 
  14. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  15. ^ "東京ESP 5" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 19, 2013 Retrieved August 7, 2012 
  16. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  17. ^ "東京ESP 6" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 19, 2013 Retrieved August 7, 2012 
  18. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  19. ^ "東京ESP 7" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 19, 2013 Retrieved July 11, 2013 
  20. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  21. ^ "東京ESP 8" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on June 11, 2013 Retrieved July 11, 2013 
  22. ^ "Vertical Comics" Vertical Retrieved 2017-02-09 
  23. ^ "東京ESP 9" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 14, 2014 Retrieved July 18, 2014 
  24. ^ "東京ESP 10" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 14, 2014 Retrieved July 18, 2014 
  25. ^ "東京ESP 11" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 14, 2014 Retrieved July 18, 2014 
  26. ^ "東京ESP 12" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Retrieved June 22, 2015 
  27. ^ "東京ESP 13" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Retrieved June 22, 2015 
  28. ^ "東京ESP 14" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Retrieved February 9, 2017 
  29. ^ "東京ESP 15" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Retrieved February 9, 2017 
  30. ^ "東京ESP 16" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Retrieved February 9, 2017 
  31. ^ "東京ESP空飛ぶ少女とペンギンフェア" in Japanese Kadokawa Shoten Archived from the original on July 14, 2014 Retrieved March 25, 2011 

External linksedit

  • Official anime website Japanese
  • Tokyo ESP anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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