Air Communication
The King of Eden

Eden of the East
EotE Cover 01
Anime television series



Higashi no Eden

Directed by

Kenji Kamiyama

Produced by

Kōji Yamamoto
Tomohiko Ishii

Written by

Kenji Kamiyama

Music by

Kenji Kawai


Production I.G

Licensed by

Madman Entertainment (AUS)
Funimation (NA)
Manga Entertainment (UK)

Original run

April 9, 2009 – June 18, 2009



Run time

22 minutes (per episode)

Eden of the East (東のエデン Higashi no Eden?) is a Japanese anime television series created, directed, and written by Kenji Kamiyama. The TV series spans 11 episodes in total, airing in Japan from April 9, 2009 to June 18, 2009. The opening theme of the series was "Falling Down" by English rock band Oasis, while the ending theme was "futuristic imagination" by Japanese band School Food Punishment.

A compilation movie, titled Air Communication, was released on September 26, 2009. Two sequel films: The King of Eden and Paradise Lost were released in Japan on November 28, 2009 and March 13, 2010, respectively.


Akira Takizawa wakes up naked outside the White House with no memories. He’s got a gun in one hand, a cell phone in the other, and doesn’t know if he’s a good guy or one of the worst. He doesn’t remember the phone gives him instant access to ten billion yen and a woman who can make his most outlandish requests a reality.

He doesn’t recall his connection to the ongoing missile attacks terrorizing the Japanese people. Or the part he played in the sudden disappearance of 20,000 shut-ins. He doesn’t even remember he’s supposed to save Japan and will be murdered if he fails. Whatever it is he’s tangled up in, Takizawa’s definitely in deep – and that’s not even scratching the surface.


Akira Takizawa (滝沢 朗 Takizawa Akira?)
Saki Morimi (森美 咲 Morimi Saki?)
Eden of the East
Kazuomi Hirasawa (平澤 一臣 Hirasawa Kazuomi?)
Yutaka Itazu (板津 豊 Itazu Yutaka?)
Satoshi Ōsugi (大杉 智 Ōsugi Satoshi?)
Haruo Kasuga (春日 晴男 Kasuga Haruo?)
Mikuru Katsuhara (葛原 みくる Katsuhara Mikuru?)
Sis (おネエ Onee?)
No. 1 - Daiju Mononobe (物部 大樹 Mononobe Daiju?)
No. 2 - Jintaro Tsuji (辻 仁太郎 Tsuji Jintarō?)
No. 4 - Yusei Kondo (近藤 勇誠 Kondō Yūsei?)
No. 5 - Hajime Hiura (火浦 元 Hiura Hajime?)
No. 10 - Ryo Yuki (結城 亮 Yūki Ryō?)
No. 11 - Kuroha Diana Shiratori (白鳥・D・黒羽 Shiratori Daiana Kuroha?)
Juiz (ジュイス Juisu?)


No. Title Original air date
1 "I Picked Up a Prince"
Ōji-sama o Hirotta yo (王子様を拾ったよ)
April 9, 2009
2 "Melancholic Monday"
Yūutsu na Getsuyōbi (憂鬱な月曜日)
April 16, 2009
3 "On the Night of the Late Show"
Reito Shō no Yoru ni (レイトショーの夜に)
April 23, 2009
4 "True Reality, False Reality"
Riaru na Genjitsu Kyokō no Genjitsu (リアルな現実 虚構の現実)
April 30, 2009
5 "Now's Not the Time to be Thinking About That"
Ima, Sonna Koto Kangaeteru Baai Janai no ni (今、そんなこと考えてる場合じゃないのに)
May 7, 2009
6 "Eden of the East"
Higashi no Eden (東のエデン)
May 14, 2009
7 "Black Swan Dances"
Burakku Suwan Mau (ブラックスワン舞う)
May 21, 2009
8 "Search for a Fore-Lost Journey"
Arakajime Ushinawareta Michinori o Sagashite (あらかじめ失われた道程をさがして)
May 28, 2009
9 "The Man Who Lived Too Little"
Hakanasugita Otoko (ハカナ過ギタ男)
June 4, 2009
10 "Who Killed Takizawa Akira?"
Darega Takizawa Akira o Koroshita ka (誰が滝沢朗を殺したか)
June 11, 2009
11 "The East That Goes On"
Sara ni Tsuzuku Higashi (さらにつづく東)
June 18, 2009


Higashi no Eden - Eden of the East
TV series
I Picked Up a PrinceMelancholic MondayOn the Night of the Late ShowTrue Reality, False RealityNow's Not the Time to be Thinking About ThatEden of the EastBlack Swan DancesSearch for a Fore-Lost JourneyThe Man Who Lived Too LittleWho Killed Takizawa Akira?The East That Goes On
Films Air CommunicationThe King of Eden (♫OP♫ED) • Paradise Lost (♫OP♫ED)
(Music of Eden)
Falling DownFuturistic ImaginationReveal the WorldInvisibleLight PrayerFuture NovaAfter Laughter

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