Taisho Otome Fairy Tale Blu-ray on sale this week – all 12 episodes including English dub

The Taisho Otome Fairy Tale Blu-ray is on sale this week at Right Stuf Anime.

The Blu-ray, which features all 12 episodes of the first season of the Taisho Otome Fairy Tale anime (aka Taishou Otome Otogibanashi) is on sale for $48.74 — down almost $20 from the list price of $64.98.

Along with all episodes of the first season of the comedy romance anime series, the Blu-ray also includes:

  • Japanese language soundtrack with English subtitles
  • English dub version
  • A total run-time of 300 minutes
  • Promo Videos
  • Clean opening and ending songs


Taisho Otome Fairy Tale is directed by Jun Hatori (assistant director of Happy ComeCome), with Hiroko Fukuda in charge of scripts (Teasing Master Takagi-san 3).

The anime stars Saya Aizawa (Kisara in Engage Kiss) as Yuzuki Tachibana, and Yuusuke Kobayashi (Senkuu in Dr. Stone), who is voicing Tamahiko Shima.

Studio SynergySP (Hayate the Combat Butler) is in charge of anime production.


My Anime List describes the anime’s plot like this:

Self-styled pessimist Tamahiko Shima lives alone in the mountains of Chiba after losing the use of his right hand in the same car accident that took his mother’s life. Deemed incapable by his father and other wealthy relatives, he has been forced into exile; he experiences idle days of reading and sleepless nights of irrepressible angst.

True to the Shimas’ famous pride and determined not to disgrace his family, Tamahiko is resigned to his new duty—stay in the mountains and wait for death to put an end to his suffering.

However, on one snowy night, Tamahiko’s insomnia is interrupted by someone knocking at the door. He then meets the 14-year-old Yuzuki Tachibana, who announces that she has come to be his future wife! Suddenly, Tamahiko remembers his father promising to send him a bride to assist him with impediments to his daily life.

You can grab the Taisho Otome Fairy Tale Blu-ray at Right Stuf Anime on sale now, and watch the anime’s official trailer below.


Michelle Topham