Two young children are traveling through all the USSR in order to meet their father who is wounded in the hospital.
Shuichi Nitori is a boy who sees himself as a girl. He transfers to a new elementary school, and there, meets Yoshino Takatsuki, a tall and attractive young girl, who also dreams of being the opposite sex.
Wandering Sun is a Japanese manga and anime television series created by Keisuke Fujikawa and Mayumi Suzuki, and which ran for 26 episodes in 1971. Both Yoshiyuki Tomino and Yasuhiko Yoshikazu were involved in the production of Wandering Sun, and would later again collaborate on the ground-breaking and genre defining series Space Battleship Yamato and Mobile Suit Gundam. Wandering Sun tells the story of two girls switched at birth, who compete to become successful singers after meeting at high-school. The TV series was also released in Italy under the title Jane e Micci and in France as Nathalie et ses Amis. This series was itself a ground-breaker in that it was perhaps the first anime series to depict the entertainment industry - specifically popular music, which would be a major plot point in many anime to come from Creamy Mami to Perfect Blue. The voice actress for Nozomi, Junko Fujiyama, was an actual singer who used the series as a launching pad for her own real-life singing career, releasing several singles while the series was still on the air. The anime, however, toned down some of the more intense and mature elements of the manga for a prime-time TV audience.
The Wandering Golfer was a television show aired between 2004 and 2007 by the Fine Living Network. Chad Maulsby was the initial host for two seasons. During the second season, Chad announced an open audition inviting viewers to submit videos to replace him as host for the show. The interview process was part of the show and Gia Bocra was selected as the new host for the third season. The series reruns were shown on the Fine Living TV Network in 2009.
Wanderings of San Mao is a Chinese animation TV series in China based on the famous manhua character Sanmao. The series was invested, produced and broadcast by CCTV. It is also known as "Story of San Mao's Vagrant Life" or "New Adventures of San Mao". A 1-minute English clip of the series can be found in YouTube.
The Meiji Era was one of great renewal for Japan, where swords and killing were outlawed. However, many survivors from the time of Revolution still live, lurking in the shadows and waiting for a chance to use their killing blades again. Only Kenshin Himura, formerly one of the most brutal of killers, hopes to keep his swordsman's honor and still live in the new era.