Osomatsu san character creator

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Mr. Osomatsu has proven to be one of the most endearing anime franchises today. And now, they have launched an official character/avatar-maker which lets you create your own Mr. Osomatsu-style character.

Its officially called the Osomatsu-san maker, which is an official website that&#;s not to be confused with the previous MatsuMaker, which isn&#;t officially licensed.

Making your own avatar is pretty simple, and is much like creating a character in a video game. Just choose the options you want and voila! Your own Osomatsu-san character!

There are plenty of options to choose from, and it&#;s quite fun to create your own character too! Here&#;s the one I made myself:

The new website is in conjunction with the upcoming Eiga no Osomatsu-san anime film, which follows the sextuplets in their high school class reunion. It will open in Japan on 15th March

Categories: ANIME & MANGATags: osomatsu-san

Sours: https://sojapan.jp//03/create-your-own-mr-osomatsu-character-with-the-official-osomatsu-san-maker-website/


Get a Mr. Osomatsu-Style Makeover with "Matsumaker"

's surprise hit, Mr. Osomatsu, stands out with its old-fashioned, cartoony art style. This has made it very easy to imitate for fan artists everywhere, but now a fun online service, Matsumaker, makes designing a Mr. Osomatsu-style character a cinch.

The service gives you a set of options with your character's hair, shirt, mouth, eyes, and accessories, along with the background. The emphasis is mostly on the Matsuno brothers, of course, but there's also Iyami's buck teeth, Hatabō's flag, and a slew of girly hair styles and eyes.

The resulting creations are proving popular on Japanese social media with the hashtag #まつメーカー (Matsumaker). Several celebrities have even posted their Osomatsu alter egos.

Rena from the idol duo Vanilla Beans

The J-pop group Arashi (fan-made)

Teru from the rock band Glay

Maasa Sudō from the J-pop group Berryz Kōbō

along with other members of the group (also made by Sudō)

Singer/actor Jin Hiramaki

If you'd like to try to capture your trademark expression in Fujio Akatsuka's signature style, check out the service here, but as the site itself reminds us, this is unofficial. It's designed for use in online avatars and icons, but the creator asks fans not to trace the results and pass them off as original work.

The popularity of Mr. Osomatsu has made quite a few magazines sell out. The anime also lives on in a smartphone game based on certain scenes from the show.

Sources: Kai-You, Netlab: Tarochin, and Jin Hiramaki Twitter

Sours: https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest//get-a-mr-osomatsu-style-makeover-with-matsumaker/
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Osomatsu-san Maker

I bet you're wondering "oh what sweet hell is this loser posting now?" Well, my dear friend, pull up a chair and I shall tell you.

I have recently come across a "doll/character/whatever-you-want-to-call-it-it's-not-like-it-matters-anyway" maker that is Osomatsu-themed.

Well, the first thing you should know about me is that I will spend literal HOURS messing around with any doll maker that piques my interest, and by now it should be obvious that this one has and for good reason.

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It is nothing but potential for BLmatsu shippers.

(Haha it's not like I ship KaraIchi, guys, it's just an example *sweats* ANYWAY)

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It's perfect for recreating those scenes that kinda actually didn't happen, but you can dream. It's good to dream.

(This isn't only going to be about shipping, I swear)

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You can use and abuse it however you like.

(There are silly, cute, and even completely ridiculous options/settings)

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Or you can just make pictures of your favorite brothers being adorable together.

(It would work really nicely if you wanted to make an icon set for you and a friend.)

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Don't like more than one character in the anime, well, my friend, you can make your fave enjoy a nice drink with himself at Chibita's oden stall.

(Or you could just make selfcest. Whatever floats your boat.)


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The most important feature.

EDIT: I don't think it works on mobile, but feel free to copy the link to your browser:


Have fun creating your own Matsus!

Sours: https://aminoapps.com/c/anime/page/blog/osomatsu-san-maker/qztR_uRrlxP3XZRGbRqmdd5JMXrMp

Mr. Osomatsu

comedy television anime by Yōichi Fujita


Promotional image, depicting the Matsuno brothers and other cast as being ten years older than their original counterparts

Directed&#;byYoichi Fujita
Written&#;byShū Matsubara
Music&#;byYukari Hashimoto
Original networkTV Tokyo, TVO, TVA, AT-X, BS Japan
Original run October 6, – March 30,
Episodes75 + 1 Special (List of episodes)
Written&#;byMasako Shitara
Original runJanuary 15, – present
Written&#;byYuu Mitsuru
Illustrated&#;byNaoyuki Asano
Published&#;byJump J-Books
PublishedJuly 29,
PublisherIdea Factory
PlatformPlayStation Vita
ReleasedJune 29,
Released January 9, – March 27,
Directed&#;byYoichi Fujita
Written&#;byShū Matsubara
Music&#;byYukari Hashimoto
Runtime minutes
Wikipe-tan face.svg&#;Anime and manga portal

Mr. Osomatsu (Japanese: おそ松さん, Hepburn: Osomatsu-san) is a Japanese comedyanime television series by Pierrot, based on Fujio Akatsuka's manga series, Osomatsu-kun. Celebrating Akatsuka's eightieth birthday, the series follows the sextuplet Matsuno brothers from the original series as adults, and features more adult-oriented humor compared to the original series. The series aired in Japan between October and March , with a special episode airing in December A second season aired between October and March A third season aired between October to March Both seasons have been licensed in Americas by Viz Media. A manga adaptation by Masako Shitaro began serialization in Shueisha's You magazine from January An anime film premiered on March 15,


The original Osomatsu-kun series followed the Matsuno brothers; Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, Jyushimatsu, and Todomatsu, who are all identical sextuplets who cause mischief. Mr. Osomatsu depicts the brothers as being ten years older than their original counterparts (with the action taking place in a contemporary setting). All of the brothers have now grown up into lazy NEETs, with each brother having developed their own distinguishing personality. The series follows the brothers in their everyday (and occasionally made up) lives.


See also: Characters in Osomatsu-kun

Matsuno siblings[edit]

The Matsuno siblings as depicted in Mr. Osomatsu. From left to right: Todomatsu, Osomatsu, Karamatsu, Choromatsu, Ichimatsu, and Jyushimatsu.

Osomatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai[3] (Japanese); Billy Kametz[4] (English)

Osomatsu Matsuno (松野 おそ松, Matsuno Osomatsu) is the eldest of the sextuplets and self-proclaimed leader of the group. An avid gambler, he spends his time playing pachinko and betting on horses. He often dresses in red.

Karamatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Yuichi Nakamura[3] (Japanese); Ray Chase[4] (English)

Karamatsu Matsuno (松野 カラ松, Matsuno Karamatsu) is the second born of the sextuplets. Believes himself to be cooler and more popular than he really is and calls his fan girls "Karamatsu Girls." He occasionally adds English words into his sentences. His distinguishing feature is his thick eyebrows and he often dresses in blue, though he occasionally sports a leather jacket and sunglasses.

Choromatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya[3] (Japanese); Sean Chiplock[4] (English)

Choromatsu Matsuno (松野 チョロ松, Matsuno Choromatsu) is the third born and most responsible of the sextuplets. Often acts as straight man to his siblings. His distinguishing features are his angular mouth, smaller pupils, and his lack of a cowlick. He often dresses in green.

Ichimatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama[3] (Japanese); Kyle McCarley[4] (English)

Ichimatsu Matsuno (松野 一松, Matsuno Ichimatsu) is the fourth born of the sextuplets and the sharp-tongued loner of the group. His distinguishing features are his tired eyes, scruffy hair, hunched back, and he often dresses in purple.

Jyushimatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Daisuke Ono[3] (Japanese); Michael Sinterniklaas[4] (English)

Jyushimatsu Matsuno (松野 十四松, Matsuno Jūshimatsu) is the fifth born of the sextuplets. He is very energetic but also quite the airhead, often having no reaction to the wild goings-on. He has a wide open mouth, and a single cowlick compared to the other siblings' two. He often dresses in yellow.

Todomatsu Matsuno[edit]

Voiced by: Miyu Irino[3] (Japanese); Max Mittelman[4] (English)

Todomatsu Matsuno (松野 トド松, Matsuno Todomatsu) is the most outgoing of the sextuplets. Often uses his cuteness as the youngest brother to manipulate others. He has a smaller mouth, and bigger pupils. He often dresses in pink.

Other characters[edit]

Some of the supporting characters. From left to right: Chibita, Totoko, Hatabo, Dekapan and Dayon.
Totoko (トト子)
Voiced by: Aya Endō[3] (Japanese); Cassandra Lee Morris[4] (English)
The heroine of the series, who desperately strives to become a fish-themed idol in order to gain fame and fortune. She has a vicious side when annoyed or side-lined.
Iyami (イヤミ)
Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura[3] (Japanese); Keith Silverstein[4] (English)
Iyami remains virtually unchanged from his original appearance in Osomatsu-kun, but he is returned to a supporting role following his role as main protagonist in the s anime series.
Chibita (チビ太)
Voiced by: Sachi Kokuryu[3] (Japanese); Alejandra E. Cazares[4] (English)
Former rival of the sextuplets, who now runs an oden stand that the Matsuno brothers frequently visit.
Matsuzo Matsuno (松野 松造, Matsuno Matsuzō) and Matsuyo Matsuno (松野 松代, Matsuno Matsuyo)
Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue (Matsuzo), Kujira (Matsuyo) (Japanese); Keith Silverstein (Matsuzo),Mick Wingert (Matsuyo)[6] (English)
The sextuplets' parents, whom they still live with even as adults.
Hatabō (ハタ坊)
Voiced by: Momoko Saitō[3] (Japanese); Cherami Leigh[4] (English)
Previously the minion of various characters, Hatabō now runs a multi-million dollar company, though still retains his child-like attitude.
Dekapan (デカパン)
Voiced by: Yōji Ueda[3] (Japanese); Ray Chase[7] (English)
The same character as the original.
Dayōn (ダヨーン)
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita[3] (Japanese); Keith Silverstein (English)
The same character as the original, who often just says his name.
Nyaa Hashimoto (橋本にゃー, Hashimoto Nyaa)
Voiced by: Nanami Yamashita (Japanese); Hynden Walch (English)
A cat-themed idol whom Choromatsu is an avid fan of.
Shounosuke Hijirisawa (聖澤 庄之助, Hijirisawa Shōnosuke)
Voiced by: Yōji Ueda
A typically voiceless character who makes random appearances throughout the series, either as a joke or an Easter egg.
Nozomi Takahashi (高橋 のぞみ)
Voiced by: Rina Sato
The sextuplets' high school classmate with a pair of round glasses and admires the sextuplets for who they were in their high school years. Only appears in the theatrical film.
Salmon (鮭, Sake) and Pickled Plum (梅, Ume)
Voiced by: Kazutomi Yamamoto
Two AI Robots that are sent to help the sextuplets in their everyday lives at the beginning of the third season.
Girlymatsus (じょし松, Joshimatsu)
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai, Yuichi Nakamura, Hiroshi Kamiya, Jun Fukuyama, Daisuke Ono, and Miyu Irino (Japanese); Billy Kametz, Ray Chase, Sean Chiplock, Kyle McCarley, Michael Sinterniklaas, and Max Mittelman (English)
Six female friends who act as female counterparts to the brothers, though they have different personalities.

Production and release[edit]

See also: List of Mr. Osomatsu episodes

Mr. Osomatsu, produced by Pierrot, aired between October 6, and March 29, and was simulcast by Crunchyroll, making it the first piece of Osomatsu-kun media to receive an official English release.[8][9] The series' first episode, which featured multiple parodies, was removed from streaming sites on November 12, and is replaced by an original video animation in its home video release.[10][11] Additionally, the third episode, which features a crude parody of Anpanman, was edited for its BS Japan broadcast and is altered in its home video release.[10][12] In September , Kanchi Suzuki revealed on his Twitter account that he is interested to make a second season.[13] A special episode, produced in collaboration with the Japan Racing Association, aired on December 12, [14] A second season was announced in April ,[15] having previously been teased in a listing for the Blu-ray release of "Mr. Osomatsu JRA Special " (おそ松さん おうまでこばなし, Osomatsu-san Ouma de Kobanashi),[16] and aired between October 3, and March 27, [17][18]

In Australia and New Zealand, Madman Entertainment released the first season on DVD on December 7, ,[19] and made the series available on AnimeLab.[20] At their panel in Otakon , Viz Media announced that they have licensed both seasons in North, Central and South America and simulcast the second season.[21][22]

In North America, Viz Media released the first season on Blu-Ray on March 9, [23] It does not include episode 1. The dub was initially written (including episode 1) and directed by Patrick Seitz, but left the project for other commitments, leaving Christopher Bevins to re-write and re-record the series minus the first episode.[24] Viz Media released the second season on Blu-ray on September 14,

An anime theatrical film for the franchise was announced in August , with the main staff and cast from the television series returning to reprise their roles. Titled Osomatsu-san the Movie (えいがのおそ松さん, Eiga no Osomatsu-san), the film was released on March 15, [25][26]

A new 7-episode short series was announced in February , with the main staff and cast from the television series returning to reprise their roles. The shorts ran from March 1 to March 15, [27]

A third season has been announced in July , which aired from October 13, to March 30, [28][29]

Two new theatrical films were announced on June , and they are set to premiere in and respectively.[30]

Other media[edit]

A manga adaptation of Mr. Osomatsu, illustrated by Masako Shitara, began serialization in Shueisha's You magazine from January 15, [31] and moved to Cookie following You's cancellation. A novelization of the anime, written by Yū Mitsuru and illustrated by Naoyuki Asano, was published on July 29, [32] A serialization focusing on the series' collaboration with the Ultraman franchise, Ultramatsu, is an ongoing manga published on LINE.[33]

Bandai Namco released a party game based on the series for the Nintendo 3DS on December 22, [34] An otome game developed by Idea Factory was released for the PlayStation Vita in [35]


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  25. ^"Mr. Osomatsu Anime Film's Trailer Reveals March 15 Debut". Anime News Network. November 1, Retrieved November 1,
  26. ^"Mr. Osomatsu Gets 7-Episode Short Series Before Film's Opening". Anime News Network. Retrieved February 21,
  27. ^Egan Loo (July 6, ). "Mr. Osomatsu TV Anime Gets 3rd Season in October". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 6,
  28. ^Crystalyn Hodgkins (September 6, ). "Mr. Osomatsu Anime's 3rd Season Reveals Theme Song Artist, Visual, October 12 Premiere". Anime News Network. Retrieved September 6,
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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Osomatsu

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