Kyo Kara Maoh! (今日から㋮王! , lit. The English Translation is the “Demon King from Today!”), is a series of Japanese light novels written by Tomo Takabayashi and illustrated by Temari Matsumoto. The series was adapted into an anime in 2004 by NHK. The story follows the adventures of Yuri Shibuya, an average 15-year-old Japanese high school student, who is suddenly transported to another world where he is told that he is now the king of demons.
Yuri becomes the king of a nation where all of the citizens are demons, but they appear indistinguishable from humans. Their only distinguishing traits are their long lives and the ability to use magic. The people of the Demon Tribe are able to make a pact with an element after which they can then use magic of that element. Covenant Castle is in the capital of the Demon Kingdom. It is the residence of the demon king. The culture of The Great Demon Kingdom is very different from the Japanese culture Yuri is accustomed to, and the differences make for amusing mishaps with long ranging consequences, such as an accidental proposal of marriage.
[July 21, 2004] King From Now On! Original Soundtrack
[July 27, 2005] BON’z – Arigatou
[Aug 24, 2005] THE STAND UP – Hateshinaku Tooi Sora ni / Suteki na Shiawase
[Dec 07, 2005] Character Song 1 – Yuuri Shibuya [Takahiro Sakurai]
[Dec 21, 2005] Character Song 3 – Lord Wolfram von Bielefeld [Saiga Mitsuki]
[Jan 25, 2006] Character Song 2 – Lord Conrad Weller [Morikawa Toshiyuki]
[July 25, 2007] Character Song Album – Minna no Uta
[Feb 27, 2008] Character Song 4 – Murata Ken [Miyata Kouki]
[Mar 26, 2008] Character Song 5 – Lord Gunter von Christ [Inoue Kauhiko]
[Apr 23, 2008] Character Song 6 – Shibuya Shouri [Konishi Katsuyuki]
[Apr 23, 2008] Kyou kara Maou! OST 2
[May 28, 2008] Jungo Yoshida – Sekai yo Warae / Going
[Dec 17, 2008] Yoshida Jungo – Taisetsu na Mono
[July 29, 2009] Kyou kara Maou! Yuuri-heika Seitan Kinen!? Omoide no Album
[Aug 26, 2009] Character Song Best Album: Shin Makoku Mekyoku Album
Kyo kara Maoh! R (OAV)
Opening Theme: “Romantic Morning” by The Stand Up
Ending Theme: “Hitsuyou no Poketto” by The Stand Up
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Last Modified: Sept 14, 2017