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Michiko & Hatchin (ミチコとハッチン Michiko to Hatchin) is an adventure anime produced by Manglobe that aired from October 15, 2008 to March 18, 2009 on Fuji TV.


Michiko is a free-willed "sexy diva" who escaped from prison, while Hatchin is a run away girl fleeing from her strict Catholic foster family. The two join forces and set off on an unpredictable road trip seeking their own freedom.


In 2010, Vitello Productions and French company GONG produced an English dub pilot under the name Finding Paradiso. Finding Paradiso used an LA-based voice cast. The pilot was a dub of the fifth episode "The Saudade of Fools, Part 1" (A Saudade dos Tolos, Parte 1). Various names were changed to sound less Japanese and it was set in real-life country Brazil rather than Diamandra. An expositional intro with live-action footage was added to the dub. It also had a different opening theme and music score.[1] The dub was never picked up. However, the title was later used for the French dub. The pilot can be found in Vitello Productions' official website as a .zip file.[2] In 2013, FUNimation Entertainment licensed the anime and produced a different English dub which used a Texas-based voice cast and had the original opening and score.



Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Michiko Malandro Yōko Maki Monica Rial
Hana "Hatchin" Morenos Suzuka Ohgo Jad Saxton
Hiroshi Morenos Kanji Tsuda Christopher Bevins
Atsuko Jackson Maki Sakai Sametria Ewunes
Satoshi Batista Masaki Miura Akron Watson
Xinsque Saci Rodriguez Jun Murakami Scott Freeman
Pepê Lima Shie Kohinata Caitlin Glass
Lulu Lima Megumi Yamaguchi Brittney Karbowski
Rico Tetsushi Tanaka Justin Cook
Maria Yamada Megumi Ikeda Leah Clark
Gabriel Yamada Shōma Yashiro Alison Viktorin
Joanna Yamada Eri Fuse Cynthia Cranz
Pedro Belenbauza Yamada Takeshi Wakamatsu Philip Weber
Rita Ozetti Sayaka Yoshino Brina Palencia
Gino Costa Masami Iwasaki J. Michael Tatum
Maçã Yūto Uemura Austin Tindle
Madame Michiko Kujira Josh Grelle
Nuno Yō Kitazawa Chris Cason


Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Hana Suzuka Ohgo Debi Derryberry


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