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Major S1

Synopsis: He groved Honda, a boy obsessed with baseball, always admired his father, Shigeharu. Wishing to follow her father's footsteps, she went dreams of becoming a professional baseball player. In turn, the admiration of his son's starry eyes encourages Shigeharu to remain persevering despite the death of his late wife and his unsatisfactory position on the second -line team of the Blue Ocean.

Unfortunately, an elbow injury Shigeharu out of the team and he despaired. However, after a joke from his childhood friend, Shigeharu reassesses his choices and decides to continue playing, leaving his privileged position as throwing and taking the staff. Now motivated more than ever, she got hard working to escape her way in the Japanese small league.

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- Trailer/OP
- Curiosities
- Manga and Products
- Characters
- Summary
- Games, OVAs, Movies
- Meaning
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Anime Names

  • Anime Name: Major S1
  • Anime Name in Japanese: メジャー (第1シリーズ)
  • Anime Name in English: Desconhecido
  • Other names: Desconhecido

Production information

  • Producers: Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions, NHK
  • Licensors: Desconhecido
  • Studios: Studio Hibari

Anime Information

  • Duration: 25
  • Date: 38304 - May 21, 2005 - Saturdays in 1800 (JST)
  • Genres: Comedy, Drama, Sports
  • Subjects: collective sports
  • Target: Shounen

Video Trailer/Opening

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Below is the main curiosities of the anime "Major S1": 

  • Manga creator Takuya Mitsuda was inspired by the career of his older brother, who played baseball professionally.
  • The main character, Goro Honda, is based on a real baseball player named Hideo Nomo.
  • The anime was produced in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine, where the manga was originally serialized.
  • The opening song of the anime, "Kokoro e", was sung by Road of Major, a Japanese rock band who is also a baseball fan.
  • The anime was so popular that it inspired a series of Japanese live-action, as well as an animated movie in 2018 that serves as a sequence for the original series.
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Manga and Products from Major S1

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Main Characters

Below is the main characters of: "Major S1"With your voice actors and a brief description of the character: 

  • GORO HONDA (Mitsuya Yuji) - The protagonist of the series, a young baseball player who dreams of becoming a professional player like his father.
  • Shigeharu Honda (Koyasu Takehito) - Goro's father and a retired professional baseball player.
  • Toshiya Sato (Seki Tomokazu) - A childhood friend from Goro and a talented baseball player.
  • Kaoru Shimizu (Kawakami Tomoko) - Goro's best friend and a softball player.
  • Joe Gibson (Nakata Jouji) - An American baseball player who becomes Goro's mentor.
  • Hideki Shigeno (Okiayu Ryoutarou) - a professional baseball player and rival of Goro.
  • Fujii (Kobayashi Sanae) - The coach of the Goaro baseball team at Primary School.
  • Momoko Hoshino (Kuwashima Houko) - A sports reporter who becomes friends with Goro and his family.
  • Kenichi Kawakami (Miyake Kenta) - A professional baseball player and friend of Shigeharu.
  • Ryouta Sawamura (Kishio Daisuke) - A young baseball player who becomes Goro's friend.

Summary and events

  1. The murder of Major Ernesto Guevara de la Serna in 1967 in Bolivia.
  2. The discovery of a Major Diary in 1995 by a Bolivian journalist.
  3. The publication of the diary in 1996, which reveals details about the Major's mission in Bolivia and its fight against the Bolivian government and the United States Armed Forces.
  4. The adaptation of the diary for the television series Major S1 in 2019, which portrays the life and death of Major Guevara in Bolivia.

What happens in the end?

At the end of the first season of Major, Goro finally manages to realize his dream of playing in Japan's professional baseball alloy. He is hired by the Yokohama Marine Stars team and starts playing as a starting throw. However, he faces many challenges and difficulties, including injury and the pressure of being a newbie in the league. In the last game of the season, Goro faces his rival Joe Gibson, an American player who is considered the best throwing in the world. Goro manages to overcome Joe and bring his team to victory, becoming a national hero and one of Japan's most promising players. The end of the first season of Major leaves open what will happen with Goro in the future, but makes it clear that he is determined to become the best baseball player in the world.


See below the list of games available for different platforms related to anime: Major S1

  • Major S1 (Game Boy Advance)
  • Major S1 (PlayStation 2)
  • Major S1 (Nintendo DS)

See below a list of OVAs, Specials, and Movies related to anime: Major S1

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Meaning of Major S1

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メジャー (第1シリーズ)
  • メジャメジャメジャ (Mejā) - means "major" in English, referring to the protagonist of the anime, Goro Honda, who dreams of becoming a professional baseball player.
  • 第 1 シリシリズ (Dai Ichi Shirīzu) - means "first series" in Japanese, indicating that this is the first season of the anime.
The anime "Major" tells the story of Goro Honda, a young man who dreams of becoming a professional baseball player like his father, Shigeharu Honda, who is a famous Japanese baseball alloy player. The series follows the journey of Goro from childhood to adulthood, showing its challenges and achievements in the world of baseball, as well as their relationships with friends, family and teammates. The name "Major" refers to Goro's goal of becoming a prominent baseball player, ie a "Major Player".

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How many episodes have the anime Major S1?

Major S1 has a total of 26 episodes. This number may not represent all seasons.

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Major S1 - Continuation and New Season?

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