[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 0022 [DVD][E093217C].mkv
[BuriBuri-Music] Crayon Shin-chan – OP 2 – Yume no END wa Itsumo Mezamashi!.rar
[BuriBuri-Music] Crayon Shin-chan – ED 2 – Sunao ni Naritai.rar
On to opening two and ending two we go!
The opening is from the band B.B. Queens, who probably are most famous for doing the catchy Chibi Maruko-chan song “Odoru Ponpokorin.” Both songs are rather ridiculous and loud.
The ending, on the other hand, is sung by Hiromi Yonemura. She offers a cute, light poppy song love song to close each episode.
Also in this episode, we see Masaaki Yuasa’s first (?) credit on the TV series. He is listed as doing key animation. Can you pick his work out of this episode? I’m leaning towards this cut or potentially many of the interactions in the third segment! Let me know what you think!
That reminds me, with the new op/ed beginning this episode, I’ve decided to translate (most of) the credits. It might seem like a lot of text, and it is, but I like having them there. You can always turn the subs off if it’s too much 😛
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 0001-0021 [DVD]
[BuriBuri-Music] Crayon Shin-chan – OP 1 – Doubutsuen wa Taihen Da.rar
[BuriBuri-Music] Crayon Shin-chan – ED 1 – Uta wo Utaou.rar
Here we are — the final episode with opening 1 and ending 1!
I’ve decided to celebrate by releasing the CD singles for the songs. I’ve included the textless videos as well. These textless videos come from a new master which is extremely constrasty and vibrant — that filtering wasn’t from me. It looks better than the normal version… but I think they went a bit too overboard on it.
As for this episode, we get to see Shin-chan’s fall sports day event at the kindergarten! Sports day is one of the biggest school events of the year. Kindergartens, elementary, middle, and even high schools all have sports day events. Students usually practice for weeks leading up to it.
With this batch, I’ve also decided to change my numbering. The Shin-chan TV series will soon hit episode 1000, so adding an additional digit was needed. All my releases from here on out will include four digits. This makes my task of subbing this seem even more daunting than before, huh?
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 020 [DVD][5290C100].mkv
In this episode, Shin faces many tribulations of being a kid — having to brush your teeth, learning not to wet the bed… and how to dance the blues.
I originally thought I would do another batch with this episode — an episode 11-20 batch — but I’m going to hold off and do it with the release of the next episode. Episode 21 is actually the last episode to use OP1 and ED1! Can you believe it? A new opening and ending will be here with episode 22 🙂
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 019 [DVD][CBA25A09].mkv
In the spirit of April Fools, I thought it was only right to have a new release of our favorite mischievous five year old.
In this episode, Shin takes on a typhoon, some bullies at school, and the mail!
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 018 [DVD].mkv
While I have tagged this as [DVD], the first segment of this episode actually comes from a TV airing. For whatever reason, that particular segment is not available on DVD. (And because of this…?) It has a newer master than the other segments. If only the episodes were as colorful and not field-blended like that one.
This episode gives us some fun with Hiroshi, Nene’s mom, and Shin’s Grandpa Ginnosuke. Enjoy!
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 017 [DVD][E025BDB4].mkv
This episode is chock-full of great scenes. In the first segment, Shin meets the real Action Mask for the first time! In the second segment, Shin interrupts Yoshinaga-sensei as she waits for her date to show up. In the last segment, Misae reminds Shin that he has a dog… that he hasn’t taken care of at all!
I hope every enjoys!
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 015 [DVD][53D3A8BD].mkv
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 016v2 [DVD][42A16B4E].mkv
The original release of ep16 had a corruption around 14:58 into episode 16. The v2 fixes it with a new encode. The subtitle script is the same.
Hope everyone had a nice winter holidays! I’m back with another two episodes for you!
To tell you the truth, I’ve already translated up through episode 21 (which gets us through the end of OP1/ED1).
I just have to sit down and finalize the scripts and the video, all of which still takes a good deal of time.
I’m hoping to get those out sooner than later, but for now enjoy these two episodes!
[BuriBuri-Raws] Crayon Shin-chan – Movie 26 [1080p]
Fresh off the presses, here is the latest Shin-chan movie RAW, without subs.
I’ve included all the trailers, teasers, and production art.
The announcement teaser for movie 27 is also included.
I’m not sure when I’ll get around to subbing this, and I don’t plan on doing a 720p RAW encode. Sorry!
I will, however, give you translation of the short announcement teaser for movie 27.
Text: Their first…
Text: Happy Honeymoon
Text: in Australia
Hiroshi: What the heck is going on?!
Crayon Shin-chan the Movie! Honeymoon Hurricane! Lost Hiroshi
In Theaters Friday, April 19, 2019!!
Already, movie 27 looks pretty interesting to me!
I hope to get back to releasing some new subs soon. Sorry for the long wait.
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 014 [DVD][3DC4B7B7].mkv
Summer break is over here in Japan, so that means vacation time is over, and it’s back to work!
This episode of Shin-chan does not reair on TV for some particular reason. I have a feeling it might be the haphazard use of fireworks in the final segment, despite it coming with a warning attached.
The next release shall be episode 15. I already have it translated, but I still need to work on the video. It’ll take me quite awhile before I finish. Sorry!
[BuriBuri] Crayon Shin-chan – 970 [720p][D96F43C2].mkv
The premiere of the new voice of Shin-chan.
Don’t be too harsh on her while watching this. It’s her first episode.
On my first listen, all I could do was compare it to Yajima’s Shin-chan, making me feel like someone just took a Shin-chan episode and dubbed themselves over Shin-chan, but after watching the episode a few times, I started to appreciate it more. I’m sure we’ll get used to it in time.
And sorry that this release is coming a bit later than I anticipated. There has been extremely severe weather in Japan the past few days. Nonstop heavy rain that led to flooding and landslides. My internet was actually out for the majority of today, so that put a big halt on my work. You’ll notice that during the second segment of the episode, there are some weather warnings at the top of the screen too. I tried to see if I could get a source without any warnings, but TV Asahi is actually the best available one. Some other channels letterboxed the entire episode with huge bars of weather warnings.
There are a few translation notes for this episode, so check them out.