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“Teasing Master Takagi-san” S1E1: Jack in a Box Prank

Jan 26, 2022 | Anime Script, Teasing Master Takagi-san

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Anime: Teasing Master Takagi-san
Season 1 Episode 1 – “Eraser”



(Japanese / Romaji / English)

* Some English scripts may be different from the subtitles in the video for grammatical reasons.


西方にしかた (Nishikata)

ど… どうしたの?
(do… doushitano?)
[W-What’s wrong?]

高木たかぎさん (Takagi-san)

いや〜 筆箱ふでばこかなくて
(iya~ fudebako ga akanakute)
[Uh, my pencile case won’t open.]

としたとき ゆがんじゃったのかな
(otoshita toki yugan jatta no kana)
[Maybe it got dented when I dropped it.]

ちょっと西方にしかた けてくんない?
(chotto Nishikata akete kunnai?)
[Hey, Nishikata, can you open it?]

西方にしかた (Nishikata)

(nanda kantan ni aku…)
[Wait, it opened easily]


田辺たなべ 先生せんせい (Tanabe Teacher)

(nanda Nishikata!)

[What is it, Nishikata!]

西方にしかた (Nishikata)

え? ああ すいません なんでもありません
(e? aa su… suimasen nandemo arimasen…)
[Uh, s-sorry, sir. It’s nothing.]

高木たかぎさん (Takagi-san)

西方にしかたって ホントいい反応はんのうするよね
(Nishikata tte honto ii hannou suru yone)
[Seriously, Nishikata. Your reaction is priceless.]

西方にしかた (Nishikata)

… うるさいな〜
(u… urusaina~)
[Sh-Shut up!]

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