Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called!: Me and the Space Princess

Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called!: Me and the Space Princess
Directed by Soichi Masui
Distributed by Toho
Release dates
  • April 14, 2012 (2012-04-14) (Japan)
Running time
111 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Box office $15,782,573

Crayon Shin-chan: The storm called! Me and the Space Princess (クレヨンしんちゃん 嵐を呼ぶ!オラと宇宙のプリンセスCrayon Shin-chan: Arashi o Yobu! Ora to Uchū no Princess) is a 2012 Japanese anime film.[1] The film celebrates the 20th anniversary of Crayon Shin Chan anime. It is the 20th film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. This movie was also released in India on Hungama TV on 22 March 2014 as Shin Chan The Movie Himawari Banegi Rajkumari (Himawari Will Became Princess).


Director Soichi Masui has made an interesting movie here and various others. this is his fifth In addition, the Corps "Twink DE Ikumen" star of the sunflower. Cocorico, Teruyuki Tsuchida, Takashi Fujii, four of the guest's participate as a voice actors, this is the 20th anniversary of his debut, In addition, the announcer Shinichi Hatori plays the voice of himawari. The theme song, I want to run 7 corridor that is responsible for continuing the TV. The name of Song is:'Shounen yo, uso wo tsuke!"( Boy, you'll lie).


Shin-chan Nohara, and his sister Himawari, have a fight over a plate of custard. Suddenly, two mysterious men appear in green clothing and hats bearing sunflower emblems (Himawari means "sunflower" in Japanese). They refer to Shin-chan's sister as a princess, and pass a paper to Shin-chan who signs it without hesitating. The Nohara family is promptly abducted to a UFO in a scene that draws some visual concepts from the "Phantom Zone" jail, used in the Superman motion picture series.

The Nohara family (father, mother, brother, sister, and their dog) all travel aboard the UFO to the "Himawari planet" on a mysterious and important mission that affects Earth, and may decide the fate of peace across the entire universe.




  1. "2012's Anime Film Lineup Posted". Anime News Network. 2011-12-30. Retrieved 2012-01-21.

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