Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"

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Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"
Isekai Izakaya Nobu light novel volume 1 cover.jpg
First light novel volume cover
Novel series
Written byNatsuya Semikawa
Published by Shōsetsuka ni Narō
Original run2012 – present
Light novel
Written byNatsuya Semikawa
Illustrated byKururi
Published by Takarajimasha
ImprintKono Light Novel ga Sugoi! Bunko
Original run2014 – present
Illustrated byVirginia Nitōhei
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher
Magazine Young Ace
Demographic Seinen
Original runJuly 2015 – present
Original net animation
Isekai Izakaya ~Koto Aitheria no Izakaya Nobu~
Directed byKatsumi Ono
Produced byAtsushi Umezaki
Written byShin Yoshida
Music by
  • Mito
  • Sunrise Music Publishing
Studio Sunrise
Released April 13, 2018 September 14, 2018
Television drama
Directed byHiroshi Shinagawa
Written byHiroshi Shinagawa
Original run May 15, 2020 July 17, 2020
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Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" (異世界居酒屋「のぶ」, lit. Alternate World Bar "Nobu") is a Japanese light novel series written by Natsuya Semikawa and illustrated by Kururi. It began serialization online in 2012 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It won the site's Ni Narō Con Taishō award before being acquired by Takarajimasha, who have published four volumes since 2014 under their Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation with art by Virginia Nitōhei began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's seinen manga magazine Young Ace from July 2015. Currently, it's been collected in 12 Japanese tankōbon volumes, with 9 of them have been translated into English Language Version so far as of now. Udon Entertainment announced during their panel at San Diego Comic-Con International that they have licensed the manga. [1] An original net animation adaptation by Sunrise premiered from April 13 to September 14, 2018. [2]



Nobuyuki Yazawa owns a Kyoto izakaya, whilst Shinobu Senke serves customers. Three months prior to the series' start, Shinobu went to an Inari shrine and prays for the izakaya's success. Inari-sama responds by making the front door open into the old capital city of Aitheria in another world.


Izakaya Nobu

Nobuyuki Yazawa (矢澤 信之, Yazawa Nobuyuki)
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita [3]
Played by: Ryohei Otani
The owner of Izakaya Nobu, who established the restaurant after he left his former employment and cooks for customers from the other world. He is referred to as "Taishō" by everyone. Overtime, he starts integrating other foods into the menu, like schnitzel and al ajillo, to expand on his field of cooking.
Shinobu Senke (千家 しのぶ, Senke Shinobu)
Voiced by: Suzuko Mimori [3]
Played by: Rena Takeda
Izakaya Nobu's waitress. The daughter of Nobuyuki's former employer; she became a waitress for Izakaya Nobu after running away from an arranged marriage. Despite her cheerful attitude, she tends to act childish when Taishō makes fun of her; she can be very stern and serious when anyone disrespects Nobu.
Eva (エーファ, Ēfa)
Voiced by: Misaki Kuno
Played by: Yuzumi Shintani
A dishwasher at Izakaya Nobu, she was hired after she tried to take a water faucet on a mistaken pretense. She is so far the only resident to cross into the "other world" (Japan) and speak to Byakko. She has two younger siblings, whom she brings food to after completing her shift.
Hermina (ヘルミーナ, Herumīna)
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida
Played by: Akane Hotta
A waitress at Izakaya Nobu and Berthold's wife, who grew up in a fishing village; due to this, she's efficient at handling live seafood. Despite her kind nature, it's been hinted that she can be very fearsome if necessary. Being a daughter of a squid fisherman, she is quite strong for her size. She's later left Nobu temporaily on her maternal leave.

Aitheria Guard

Hans (ハンス, Hansu)
Voiced by: Atsushi Abe [4]
Played by: Yutaka Kobayashi
A junior Palace Guard in Aithera, he is a regular patron after being introduced to the restaurant by Nikolaus. He is also glass maker, Lorentz's son. He wants to eventually leave the guards to pursue other interests and usually goes to Taishō for advice. He also has a small crush on Shinobu. Later, he quits his guard position, and beginS his culinary apprenticeship under Taishō's teachings.
Nikolaus (ニコラウス, Nikorausu)
Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo [4]
Played by: Jin Shirasu
A Palace Guard in Aithera, he introduced his fellow peers to the restaurant. Despite being known to be a womanizer, he is observant of those who come in and out of the kingdom.
Berthold (ベルトホルト, Berutohoruto)
Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi [4]
Played by: Shinnosuke Abe
He is Captain of the palace guard; thus Hans and Nikolaus' superior. He is also Hermina's husband. After being introduced to Nobu by Hans, he instantly fell in love with Nobu's chicken dishes. Originally, he was fearful of seafood, specifically squid; before the stories, his grandfather told him about a giant squid encounter, and his fear of squid further escalated when fighting an enemy knight with a squid emblem. It is revealed he was raised in the mountains, the opposite lifestyle to Hermina's.

Water Transportation Guild

Godhardt (ゴドハルト, Godoharuto)
Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu
Played by: Ryuhei Watabe
The leader of Water Dragon's Scale, Aiteria's largest guild. Out of the guild leaders, he is the most temperamental and feared by many of the customers. After learning about Nobu's cooking of eel; he falls in love with Taishō's cooking.
Eleonora (エレオノーラ, Ereonōra)
Voiced by: Kana Ueda
Played by: Arisa Yagi
The leader of Harpies Shanty along with her mother. Harpies Shanty is the most richest and most influential guild in the kingdom. She chooses to be a single woman, as she is picky choosing men; however, she's started to show feelings for Nikolaus. As per her sense of beauty inherited from her mother, she's taken a liking about Nobu's beautiful dishes and tablewares.
Reinhold (ラインホルト, Rainhoruto)
Voiced by: Takanori Hoshino
Played by: Yuuki Ogoe
The leader of Golden Willow's Boat, who recently inherited the company after his father died. His company is the longest running guild in the kingdom, which was started by his grandfather; however, due to competition, the company begins to slide with many employees leaving to either Water Dragon's Scale or Harpies Shanty. It is not until with the help of "Nobu," that useless fish like eel turn out to be edible. Now, the three guilds work as a partnership instead of competition. He soon begins introducing Taishō to many weird catches such as octopus to see if the food is both edible and profitable.

The Craftsmans Guild

Lorentz (ローレンツ, Rōrentsu)
Voiced by: Takaya Kuroda
Played by: Tomoharu Shoji
A lead Glass Maker and Hans' father. He also acts as an intermediary between the Water Transport Guilds. His students provide "Nobu" with the bento boxes for the eel dishes.
Holger (ホルガー, Horugā)
Voiced by: Tsuyoshi Koyama
A lead Blacksmith and a friendly rival of Lorentz. He usually keeps Taishō up to date of the news going on in the capital.


Bachschouf (バッケスホーフ, Bakkesuhōfu)
Voiced by: Akio Otsuka
Played by: Eisuke Sasai
The Aiteria City Council Chairman who abuses his power; even with the combined efforts of the guilds, the church, and the town; they are powerless to stop him. He uses his power in attempts to buy off "Nobu" and attempt to get Nobuyuki and Shinobu arrested for breaking capital laws due to their alcohol being lager. He also uses his power in attempts to get the hand of both Shinobu and Hermina, the later getting her marriage annulled. It was thanks to Gernot, that he was able to expose Bachschouf for his crimes.
Branton (ブランターノ, Burantāno)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe
Played by: Houka Kinoshita
A Baron and self-professed foodie. He pesters Nobu at first but, after being served his favorite meal, humbly takes his leave. He later returns, helping to discover evidence against Bachschouf behind the scenes and saving Nobu.
Johan Gustav (ヨハン・グスタフ, Yohan Gusutafu)
Voiced by: Daisuke Namikawa
Played by: Makoto Shinada
A nobleman who adopted Hildegard after the death of his older brother and sister-in-law.
Hildegard (ヒルデガルド, Hirudegarudo)
Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjo
Played by: Kana Hayama
Hildegard is Johan Gustav's niece, who was adopted by her uncle after the death of her parents. Despite her age, she is soon to be married. After she eats a warm and heartful meal at Nobu, she feels satisfied with the great hospitality of the restaurant.
The Former Emperor (先帝, Sentei)
Johan's uncle and Hildegard's granduncle. It was thanks to him that after his experience in Nobu, he was able to lift the ban of lager; as well as deal with the conflicts in the Northern Area.


Damian (ダミアン)
Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue
Played by: Zen Kajihara
A servant who works for Bachschouf and previously worked for Baron Branton before being fired. During his employment under Branton, he tries to use his employer's name and authority to pressure Nobu into renting out the entire restaurant for the day, after which he is fired and finds new work under Bachschouf. He later tries to usurp Nobu once more after Shinobu kicked him out for mistreating her and the business. In the anime, Damian is exiled from Aiteria after Bachschouf's arrest.
Gernot (ゲーアノート, Gēanōto)

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda

Played by: Kazuki Namioka
The Aiteria tax collector, who is known for being quite ruthless. When attempting to collect taxes from Nobu, Shinobu serves him Napolitan, a pasta dish that is not on the menu; it was this dish that made him lenient on Nobu; as the dish reminded him of his childhood. Because Napolitan was not on the menu, Shinobu had to make the dish for Gernot behind Nobuyuki's back until he found out; to which the dish is now a special item for Gernot. When Bachschouf attempted to take Nobu, Gernot did everything in his power to find evidence to clear the bar's name; which he did and at the same time catch Bachschouf in his corruption.
Due to a misunderstanding regarding a certain handkerchief in Eva's possession after the former emperor visited Nobu, Gernot came to the misassumption that Eva was the former emperor's granddaughter, and one of the reasons why the ban on lager was lifted. After coming to this wrongful conclusion, he wouldn't hear anything else and decided to take the "secret" with him to his grave.
Carmi (カミル, Kamiru) andIgnaz (イグナーツ, Igunātsu)
Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki (Carmi)
Voiced by: Yūki Ono (Ignaz)
Soon to be brother-in-laws, who tend to make wacky bets with each other; whether it be Carmi trying different types of raw fish or Ignaz dressing as a woman in attempts to fool the customers and staff of Nobu. Ignaz refers Carmi as "Carmi the Coward" due to his personality.
Frank (フランク, Furanku)
Voiced by: Nobuyuki Kobushi
The old capital's local butcher. He's responsible for giving Nobu with his daily supplies of meats.

The Holy Order

Edwin (エトヴィン, Etovin)
Voiced by: Chō
Played by: Ryosei Tayama
The town's newly appointed deacon from the Holy Order, who took a liking to Nobu's alcohol. He also provides a Cardinal's approval letter to Bernhold and Hermina for their marriage to prevent it from being annulled by Bachschouf.
Thomas (トマス, Tomasu)
A young priest. When Edwin is summoned, he chooses Thomas as his temporary, while he has gone. The two discuss rumors about a witch search among the Holy Order.


Byakko (白狐, white fox)
Voiced by: Asami Shimoda
She is God's Messenger, who serves under Ukanomitama. She takes the form of either a mikobeing of the Nobu shop from time to time. The only one who knows about her identity is Eva; after she chased her, in her fox form, through the magical door into Japan. In the anime, she has visited the bar and made contact with Nobuyuki and Shinobu in her human form, but remained silent around them, not revealing her identity; usually, giving a tip of Japanese yen instead of the Aiteria currency. Her favorite food is Abura-age (油揚げ).
Jean-Francois Mount De La Vigny (フランソワ・モーント・ド・ラ・ヴィニー, Jan Furansowa Mōnto Do Ra Vinī)
Voiced by: Ryōhei Kimura
An otogishu, a spy who was sent from the Eastern Kingdom of Eurya. He stumbled upon Nobu to gather intel; there Shinobu served him sample salads. Edwin seemed to already know his identity. After gathering intel from Shinobu and Nobu, he realized that Aitheria was too strong of a country; not realizing Nobu came from another world, where resources are abundant. Because the place he rented during his mission, it prevented Bernhold and Herminia from moving in after their wedding despite Bernhold already buying the home.
Leontaine du Louv (リオンティーヌ・デュ・ルーヴ, Riontīnu Dyu Rūbu)
Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu
Played by: Seina Sagiri
A female knight from the Eastern Area, who fought Bernhold. She dawns the armor with the squid emblem, which causes Bernhold to relive his fear of squid. In turn, she refers to Bernhold as The Demon after defeating many of her soldiers. Bernhold managed to defeat her, but spared her life. Since then, she looked for Bernhold to be his wife; using an Encounter Amulet to try and find him. After the war, she became a mercenary and escort which include The Witches of Branron Forest, whom she provided an Encounter Amulet to Ingrid. When encountering Nikolaus, he determined that she was a mercenary, then directed her to Nobu after asking about any good places in Aitheria. She becomes friendly with Hermina after learning they're both from fishing villages; however, she eventually learns from Nobuyuki and Shinobu that Bernhold is already married to Hermina. Because she's escorted the cardinal, she returns to the ancient capital once again. After completing her mission, she's replaced Hemina as an employee of "Nobu" temporaily, who's on her maternal leave.
Ingrid (イングリド, Ingurido) andCamilla (カミラ, Kamira)
The socalled witches who appear during the Night of the Dual Moons are actually a medical doctor, Ingrid, and her disciple, Camila. The duo live in Branon Forest because of how isolated it is. Despite Ingrid's age, she has a childish personality, usually craving things like sweets and alcohol; while her disciple Camila, has a serious demeanor; usually reprimanding her for it. Camila also hates being treated like a kid. Despite being a doctor, Ingrid does practice magic as a hobby and is able to detect the magic emitting from Nobu. Camila gets upset about Ingrid's hobby due to it causing the townspeople to fear them.


Light novels

No.TitleRelease dateISBN
1Alternate World Bar "Nobu"
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」)
September 10, 2014 [5] 978-4-8002-3057-7
2Alternate World Bar "Nobu" - Second Drink
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" Ni Haime(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」二杯目)
February 9, 2015 [6] 978-4-8002-3721-7
3Alternate World Bar "Nobu" - Third Drink
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" San Haime(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」三杯目)
June 24, 2015 [7] 978-4-8002-4174-0
4Alternate World Bar "Nobu" - Fourth Drink
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" Yon Haime(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」四杯目)
December 4, 2015 [8] 978-4-8002-4877-0
5Alternate World Bar "Nobu" - Fifth Drink
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" Go Haime(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」五杯目)
April 7, 2018 [9] 978-4-8002-5903-5
6Alternate World Bar "Nobu" - Sixth Drink
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu" Roku Haime(異世界居酒屋「のぶ」六杯目)
25 May, 2019 [10] 978-4-8002-9523-1



An anime adaptation of the light novel series was announced in November 2016. [11] The original net animation (ONA) is produced by Sunrise under the title Isekai Izakaya ~Koto Aitheria no Izakaya Nobu~ (異世界居酒屋〜古都アイテーリアの居酒屋のぶ〜) [12] and it premiered worldwide simultaneously on April 13, 2018 on different streaming services. [2] Katsumi Ono directed the anime with scripts written by Shin Yoshida and character designs by Mariko Ito. [3] The ending theme is "Prosit!" by musical trio Clammbon. [2] Crunchyroll is streaming the series. [13]

No. English title [lower-alpha 1]
Original Japanese title
Original air date
1"Potatoes in Oden"
Transcription: "Oden no Jagaimo" (Japanese: おでんのじゃがいも)
April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
2"Juicy Kara-Age"
Transcription: "Wakadori no Karāge" (Japanese: 若鶏の唐揚げ)
April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
3"Rich Girl and the Impossible Order"
Transcription: "Ojōsama no nandai" (Japanese: お嬢様の難題)
April 27, 2018 (2018-04-27)
4"The First Kaisendon"
Transcription: "Hajimete no kaisendonburi" (Japanese: はじめての海鮮丼)
April 27, 2018 (2018-04-27)
5"Shinobu's Special Napolitan"
Transcription: "Shinobu-chan no tokusei Naporitan" (Japanese: しのぶちゃんの特製ナポリタン)
May 11, 2018 (2018-05-11)
6"Kiss Day"
Transcription: "Kisu no hi" (Japanese: キスの日)
May 11, 2018 (2018-05-11)
7"The Burglar"
Transcription: "Nusutto (nu~tsutto)" (Japanese: 盗人(ぬすっと))
May 25, 2018 (2018-05-25)
8"After Work Tonjiru"
Transcription: "Shigoto-gaeri no Tonjiru" (Japanese: 仕事帰りの豚汁)
May 25, 2018 (2018-05-25)
9"The Company Commander's Weakness"
Transcription: "Chū taichō no Jakuten" (Japanese: 中隊長の弱点)
June 8, 2018 (2018-06-08)
10"Uninvited Guests"
Transcription: "Manekarezar-Kyaku" (Japanese: 招かれざる客)
June 8, 2018 (2018-06-08)
11"A Clash of Masters"
Transcription: "Oyakata Kenka" (Japanese: 親方喧嘩)
June 22, 2018 (2018-06-22)
12"Beauty and the Abura-age"
Transcription: "Bijo to Aburaage" (Japanese: 美女と油揚げ)
June 22, 2018 (2018-06-22)
Transcription: "Menchikatsu" (Japanese: メンチカツ)
July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06)
14"The Spy and The Salad"
Transcription: "Mittei to Sarada" (Japanese: 密偵とサラダ)
July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06)
15"Kabayaki without Honor"
Transcription: "Jingi naki Kabayaki" (Japanese: 仁義なき蒲焼き)
July 20, 2018 (2018-07-20)
16"The Company Commander's Triumphant Return"
Transcription: "Chū taichō no gaisen" (Japanese: 中隊長の凱旋)
July 20, 2018 (2018-07-20)
17"A Tempura Early Summer Mix"
Transcription: "Shoka no Tenpura Moriawase" (Japanese: 初夏の天ぷら盛り合わせ)
August 3, 2018 (2018-08-03)
18"The Great Drunken Kara-age Debate"
Transcription: "San Suijin no Karaage Mondou" (Japanese: 三酔人のカラアゲ問答)
August 3, 2018 (2018-08-03)
19"The Female Merc"
Transcription: "On'na Yōhei" (Japanese: 女傭兵)
August 17, 2018 (2018-08-17)
20"The Secret of Whatsontap: Part 1"
Transcription: "Toriaezunama no Himitsu (Zenpen)" (Japanese: トリアエズナマの秘密 (前編))
August 17, 2018 (2018-08-17)
21"The Secret of Whatsontap: Part 2"
Transcription: "Toriaezunama no Himitsu (Kōhen)" (Japanese: トリアエズナマの秘密(後編))
August 31, 2018 (2018-08-31)
22"The Old Man and Fish"
Transcription: "Rōjin to Sakana" (Japanese: 老人と魚)
August 31, 2018 (2018-08-31)
23"The Tale of the Three Northern Territories Conference"
Transcription: "Hoppou San Ryouhou Kaigi no Tenmatsu" (Japanese: 北方三領邦会議之顛末)
September 14, 2018 (2018-09-14)
24"Ale from the Ancient City"
Transcription: "Koto no Ēru" (Japanese: 古都のエール)
September 14, 2018 (2018-09-14)


A drama adaptation started airing on WOWOW on May 2020. [14]


  1. All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.

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The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated! is a Japanese comedy manga series written and illustrated by Wakame Konbu. It has been serialized in Square Enix's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Gangan Joker since August 2017, and its chapters have been collected into seven tankōbon volumes. In North America, the manga is licensed by Square Enix. An anime television series adaptation by Silver Link premiered in August 2021 on ABC and TV Asahi's ANiMAZiNG!!! programming block.


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