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It’s about to get silly in outer space, because Space Battleship Tiramisu, an irreverent science fiction comedy manga written by Satoshi Miyakawa and illustrated by Kei Ito about a misanthropic young pilot who doesn’t want to leave the cockpit of his humanoid robot, is being adapted into a third stage play installment that will debut in Japan in October of 2022.


The latest adaptation is entitled Uchuu Senkan Tiramisu ~ Ginga Ressha de Yuukaku Ikite-e Na-a Hen~ (“Space Battleship Tiramisu ~I Guess We’re Going to the Red Light District via the Milky Way Railway Story~”), and it will run in October of 2022 at the Tokyo Metropolitan Kokumin Mutual Aid coop Hall Space Zero venue in Tokyo. The main staff for the production includes:


  • Original work: Satoshi Miyakawa, Kei Ito (serialized in Shinchosha’s Kurage Bunch)
  • Script: Kazuhito Yoneyama (Theatre Troupe HOTCHKISS), Satoshi Miyakawa
  • Script supervision: Yusei Naruse
  • Director: Kazuhito Yoneyama (Theatre Troup HOTCHKISS)
  • Production and planning: 4cu
  • Organization: Stage “Space Battleship Tiramisu” Production Committee


The cast of the play includes Kentarō Menjō as Subaru Ichinose, Gaku Takamoto as Isuzu Ichinose, and others.



Space Battleship Tiramisu has also been adapted into a short form TV anime with direction by Hiroshi Ikehata and animation production by Gonzo. Crunchyroll currently streams both seasons of the Space Battleship Tiramisu TV anime, and describes the story of the series as follows:


The Earth Union is locked in a massive galactic war. Aboard the Space Battleship Tiramisu, ace pilot Subaru Ichinose carries the fate of humanity on his shoulders. Life for Subaru is tough. But nothing relieves tension quite like launching an all-out food-based assault on his own face. Snug as a bug in a rug, Subaru soothingly unwinds in his personal mecha, “Durandal F,” as bliss overtakes him.


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice:

© Satoshi Miyakawa Kei Ito・Shinchosha / “Space Battleship Tiramisu” Production Committee

© Stage “Space Battleship Tiramisu” Production Committee


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