My Wife is Ninja

It is the late Edo period. Futaboshi Hikoma, the Hirado domain's astronomer, is a rather eccentric person whose only interests are the stars and sea. A beautiful bride Orie comes to him and Hikoma vows to himself to cherish her in his lifetime. However, in less than a month, his new wife disappears without a reason from this dreamlike married life. In truth, Orie is a female ninja that the shogunate has sent because of its suspicions about the domain's illegal trading and activities. The shogunate plots to punish and destroy the Hirado domain in a warning to various domains in the west. Not knowing this, Hikoma goes to Edo in search of his wife. He is introduced to Matsuura Seizan, the former feudal lord of the Hirado domain, by his old friend Senemon, but is told by Seizan that he will slay Orie if she appears. Hikoma declares that he will be his wife's shield if Seizan insists on snatching her away. In order to find Orie, Hikoma becomes an instructor at an elementary school and meets a boy called Tarokichi. On the other hand, queer phenomenon in which festival music can be heard occurs at Seizan's residence each night. Hikoma sees fireballs with his own eyes and starts to delve into the mystery with the school children. However, this gets them close to the heart of the shogunate's scheme...

English 日本語
  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 268764
  • Status Ended
  • First Aired 2013-04-05
  • Network NHK
  • Runtime 45
  • Genres Drama
  • Airs 20:00 on Friday
  • Rating
  • IMDB
  • Schedules Direct
  • TV.com
  • Last Updated By essense
  • Last Updated 09/25/2014 3:05am

Actors

Backgrounds (Fan Art)

Full HD backgrounds you can use as your desktop wallpaper or in your favorite TV project. All are 1280x720 or 1920x1080.

Banners

Legacy banners that use less vertical space. Each is 758x140.

Posters

Posters can be used in coverflow applications and in social media applications. They are 680x1000.

Join the Community!

Track and react with millions of My Wife is Ninja fans just like you on TV Time.

TV Time