Bushi TV (ブシテレビ Bushi Terebi) is a fictional television station appearing in Yaiba and Magic Kaito, mainly represented by its employees Ana Shioji, Hiroshi Kome, a recurring unnamed reporter mostly interviewing inspector Ginzo Nakamori and Ana's cameraman. It's a parody of the real television studio Fuji TV (フジテレビ Fuji Terebi).
- 1 People
- 2 Plot overview
- 2.1 Magic Kaito plot overview
- 2.2 Yaiba plot overview
- 3 Trivia
- 4 References
Ana Shioji (シオジ アナ Shioji Ana) seems to be the roving reporter of Bushi TV and often reports about the most spectacular things happening in Tokyo, like Yaiba Kurogane's repeated battles against Takeshi Onimaru and one of Kaitou Kid's heists.
An ecstatic blonde reporter similar to her appears in the manga version of "Midnight Crow", reporting from an open helicopter like Ana often does. It's never confirmed whether it's supposed to be her again, though.
Ana Shioji's cameraman
A so far unnamed man who seems to be really into his job, following Ana Shioji everywhere she goes to, no matter how dangerous it may be - even if it is into the stomach of a giant anglerfish, sporting scuba gear.
A blonde man with glasses present at several different heists of Kaitou Kid, often interviewing inspector Ginzo Nakamori. During the TOFU Department Store heist it's confirmed that he works for Bushi TV.
Magic Kaito plot overview
The unnamed blonde reporter with the glasses talks about the alleged kidnapping of Prime Minister Uemoto by Kaitou Kid, before getting interrupted by inspector Ginzo Nakamori, who goes into a filibuster about what happened.
The unnamed blonde reporter with the glasses reports about Kaitou Kid's alleged announcement for the TOFU Department Store heist and interviews inspector Ginzo Nakamori until Kid arrives. This chapter also confirms that he works for Bushi TV, who also have a helicopter present, circling above TOFU.
Yaiba plot overview
- Ana Shioji in Yaiba is replaced by a reporter looking similar, but way older than her in Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba.
- In Magic Kaito 1412, Ana Shioji, the unnamed blonde reporter wearing glasses and the reporter in the helicopter from Midnight Crow are all replaced by the same female, brown-haired reporter (looking like a significantly younger version of the one from Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba who is also never named), working for the Nippon News Report. She and her co-host seemingly re-appear in Detective Conan Movie 19, Sunflowers of Inferno.
|Main Characters||Yaiba Kurogane • Sayaka Mine • Musashi Miyamoto • Takeshi Onimaru • Kojiro Sasaki • Jubei Yagyu • Shonosuke • Kagetora • Gerozaimon Geroda • Namako-Otoko|
|Secondary Characters||Kenjuro Kurogane • Raizo Mine • Shizuka Mine • Grandma Mine • Moroha Kurogane • Michiko Kurogane • Soshi Okita • Kumo-Otoko • List of minor Yaiba characters|
|Manga||Yaiba Manga Volume 1-10 • 11-20 • 21-24 • Volume 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24|
|OVA adaptations||Conan vs. Kid vs. Yaiba - The Grand Battle for the Treasure Sword!!|
|Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba||List of episodes|
|Games||Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (Super Famicom) • Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (Game Boy) • Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba (Sega Game Gear) • List of games|
|Crossovers||The Kendo Tournament of Love and Mystery • The Scarlet School Trip • List of crossovers|
|Related Articles||Swords used in Yaiba • Yaoya • Ekoda High School • Play It Again • K∀ITO|