‘The Ambition Of Oda Nobuna’ Dub Begins Streaming On The Anime Network

‘The Ambition Of Oda Nobuna’ Dub Begins Streaming On The Anime Network Sentai Filmworks released The Ambition of Oda Nobuna back in December 2014, and while we’ve had streaming access for the Japanese language version with English subtitles for a bit, the English dubbed version is now showing up. The full twelve episode run is now available for subscribers on The Anime Network to check out and enjoy. The series has a pretty sizable cast to it, which you can see below.

You can read our review of the series here .

The series was originally directed by Yuuji Kumazawa (Sunday Without God, The Irregular at Magic High School [Assosicate Director]) with series composition by Masashi Suzuki (Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox, Koe De Oshigoto!), music by Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy Tail, Smile Precure!) and animation production by Studio GOKUMI (A-Channel, Koe De Oshigoto!) x MADHOUSE (Death Note, High School of the Dead).

English Vocal Cast

Emily Neves as Oda Nobuna
Clint Bickham as Sagara Yoshiharu
Caitlynn French as Maeda Inuchiyo
Carli Mosier as Shibata Katsuie
Molly Searcy as Niwa Nagahide
Hilary Haag as Hachisuka Goemon
Tiffany Grant as Ikeda Tsuneoki
Kurt Bauer as Asano Mataemon
Allison Sumrall as Nene
Margaret McDonald as Matsudaira Motoyasu
Leraldo Anzaldua as Hattori Hanzo
Krystal LaPorte as Akechi Mitsuhide
Christopher Ayres as Kinoshita Toukichirou
Nancy Novotny as Imagawa Yoshimoto
Nick Landis as Tomizuka Motoshige
Scott Gibbs as Okazaki Tadami
Christopher Ayres as Saito Yoshitatsu
Nick Landis as Inaba Ittetsu
Rob Nash as Andou Morinari
Scott Frerichs as Ujiie Bokuzen
Luci Christian as Narration
Carl Mastserson as Saito Dousan
Shannon Emerick as Oda Nobukatsu
George Manley as Hayashi Michikatsu
Rob Mungle as Sakuma Nobumori
Allison Sumrall as Sassa Narimasa
Blake Shepard as Asai Nagamasa
Mike Yager as Akao Kiyotsuna
Andrew Love as Amenomori Yahyoue
Nick Landis as Maeno Nagayasu
George Manley as Yoriki no Hanshichi
Mike Yager as Yatsurugi Rokurota
Shannon Emerick as Tsuda Nobusumi
David Wald as Zenki
Brittney Karbowski as Takenaka Hanbe
Luci Chrisitan as Narration
Carl Masterson as Saito Dousan
Kurt Bauer as Asai Hisamasa
Shannon Emerick as Tsuda Nobukatsu
Margaret McDonald as Bontenmaru
Kasi Hollowell as Luis Frois
Luci Christian as Himiko
Rob Nash as Miyoshi Nagayasu
Scotty Fults as Tsuda Sokyu
Rob Mungle as Shoukakuin Gousei
Shelley Calene-Black as Matsunaga Hisahide
Mark X Laskowski as Konoe Sakihisa
Greg Ayres as Asakura Yoshikage
David Matranga as Imai Sokyu
Kasi Holowell as Luis Frois
Scott Gibbs as Miyoshi Masayasu
Andrew Love as Sugitani Zenjubo
Tiffany Grant as Mitsuhide’s Mother
Scott Gibbs as Mizoo Shoube
Allison Sumrall as Od’s Mother
Scott Frerichs as Takayama Dom Justo
Nick Landis as Konishi Joaquim
ClintBickham as Sagara Yoshiharu
Brittany Karbowski as Takenaka Hanbe
Alex Campbell as Akao Kiyotsuna
Nancy Novotny as Magara Naotaka
Tiffany Grant as Magara Naozumi
Scott Gibbs as Asakura Kagetake

Plot concept: Thrust into the past, the young and ambitious Sagara Yoshiharu longs to fulfill an old man’s last wish. Yoshiharu is a curious high schooler who suddenly finds himself making an important promise to a wise elder, Kinoshita Tokichiro, who has just been hit by a stray bullet. Before Tokichiro dies on the battlefield, he describes the glorious world of his dreams to Yoshiharu. His fantasy was to be surrounded by women and living in a giant castle. Luckily, in this version of the notorious Sengoku period where Yoshiharu finds himself, all of the important Samurai lords are cute girls who can help this dream come to life and satisfy those desires. In this world he meets a stunning young girl, Oda Nobuna. Strong-willed and beautiful Nobuna gives him the nickname “Monkey,” while he learns the ropes. During battle, it’s every man for himself, but what if the most impressive warriors are girls.