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Volume 10 cover
Base Info
Original Name 小林さんちのメイドラゴン (Kobayashi-san Chi no Meidoragon)
Translation Name Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid
Original Work Format Comic
Original Work Writer Coolkyousinnjya
Adapted Format Anime
Region Japan
Linked Works Kanna's Daily Life
Elma's OL Diary
Lucoa is my xx
Fafnir the Recluse

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (Japanese: 小林さんちのメイドラゴン) is a manga created by Coolkyousinnjya, and has derivative works.


The manga was serialized in Futabasha's Monthly Action July 2013 issue.[1]


Tooru, the dragon, breaks into the life of Kobayashi who lives in an apartment, and lives with her as her maid.

Tooru basically sees humans as inferior and stupid creatures, but because Kobayashi had the grace of helping her in the past, he serves her with all his might.

Today she will try her best. An out-of-the-ordinary comedy between a dragon girl and a hard-working OL living together!


  • Voice actors sorted by Japanese / English.
Kobayashi (小林, こばやし)

A Single office lady who loves maids.
She has a calm, indifferent and optimistic personality that makes it hard to imagine that she is 25 years old.
However, once the maid thing is mentioned, she will become enthusiastic, even if drunk, talking about maids endlessly.
She doesn't have much pride and dedication to er work, but she is an excellent person who can accomplish more than ordinary people's workload.
Low back pain is the source of his troubles.

CV:Mutsumi Tamura / Leah Clark
Tooru (トール)

A dragon girl from another world who really likes Kobayashi.
Can use magic to transform into a human.
Accidentally rescued by Kobayashi, and began to live in her house as her maid.
The maid's identity is out of Kobayashi's hope.
Cute in appearance, but in essence she is a dragon, so basically she despises humans.

CV:Yūki Kuwahara / Sarah Wiedenheft
Kanna Kamui (カンナ, カンナカムイ)
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A dragon girl who appeared going after Tooru.
Unable to return to the original world with his own power, he began to live in the Kobayashi family.
Electricity is the source of power and can be charged by plugging the tip of the tail into an outlet.
Curious, likes to eat.
As long as it looks edible, she puts things in her mouth, including but not limited to cicadas, crabs, butterflies and other animals.

CV:Maria Naganawa / Jad Saxton
Elma (エルマ)
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A dragon girl who has a bad relationship with Tooru.
Unlike Tooru, she wholeheartedly pursues harmonious coexistence with human beings, and her character is upright and strict.
On the contrary, she is not very smart, and it is easy to believe it when things happen, she often teased by Tooru.
Although she is always obsessed with the rules of being a dragon, once he receives delicious food, she will allow most things.

CV:Yuuki Takada / Rachel Glass
Quetzalcoatl/Lucoa (ケツァルコアトル)
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A dragon who has lived in the human world since ancient times.
Carefully guarding Tooru and others, like a gentle elder sister.
Basically, while looking down on the world, she works hard to maintain the balance between the two worlds.
She is embarrassed because her clothes are often exposing her big breasts.

CV:Minami Takahashi / Jamie Marchi
Iruru (イルル)
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A dragon girl from another world.
An ultra-radical belonging to the forces of Chaos, with a desire to destroy anything.
She played with human children as a child, but became hated for humans after their parents were killed by humans.
When he came to the world where Kobayashi lived, she wanted to destroy it, but everyone worked together to stop her.
In order to understand why Kobayashi, a human being, can move dragons, she came to the world where Kobayashi lives to observe Kobayashi.
Later, she was rescued by Kobayashi, and he gave up the idea of destruction and lived in Kobayashi's house.
Currently working part-time in a fruit shop and living in the shop.

CV:Tomomi Mineuchi / Kristi Rothrock
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Tooru's friend.
Guards the treasures of the cave in another world.
He has seen despicable humans trying to steal the treasure, and hates humans just like Tooru.
He often has feelings like hatred, and he is cold and skeptical about everything, but he also has a gentle side. He came to the human world because he was worried about Tooru.

CV:Daisuke Ono / Garret Storms
Makoto Takiya (泷谷真, たきや まこと)
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Kobayashi's co-worker.
A cheerful young man who is diligent in his work, but he is actually a serious otaku.
Occasionally inviting Kobayashi to drink and talking about anime with her is his way to relieve stress.
By wearing circle glasses to distinguish the ordinary self from his otaku self.
He has the courage not to be moved even if he sees a dragon.

CV:Yuichi Nakamura / Jeff Johnson
Riko Saikawa (才川莉子, さいかわ りこ)
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A girl studying at Oborozuka Elementary School, and Kanna's classmate.
Has a queen-like tyrannical character in the class due to her upbringing.
Although she had a conflict with Kanna, who was transferred from another school, she was deceived by Kanna's subtle fake cry and immediately apologized to her. In fact, she is a kind child in essence.
She was quickly captivated by Kanna's cuteness.

CV:Emiri Katō / Sara Ragsdale
Georgie Saikawa (才川乔吉, さいかわ ジョージー)
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Riko's older sister, her real name is Sanae Saikawa (才川苗, さいかわ さなえ).
She is usually an ordinary third-year student, but she uses the name Georgie as a maid at home.
Her knowledge and words and deeds made Kobayashi recognize her as a comrade.

CV:Yūko Gotō / Felecia Angelle
Shouta Magatsuchi (真土翔太, まがつち しょうた)
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A fifth-grade boy who attends Oborozuka Elementary School like Kanna.
He grew up in a family of magicians. In a demon-summoning ritual, Shouta accidentally summoned Lucoa instead of a demon, and the two began to live together.
Always troubled by Lucoa's communication through that alluring body.

CV:Kaori Ichihara / Alison Viktorin / Macy Anne Johnson


  • The Japanese edition is published by Futabasha. The English version is published by Seven Seas Entertainment.[2]
Volume No. Cover
Futabasha Seven Seas Entertainment
Release Date ISBN Release Date ISBN
1 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol01.jpg
Chapters 1 - 10
May 10, 2014 ISBN 978-4-575-84405-4 October 18, 2016 ISBN 978-1-626923-48-5
2 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol02.jpg
Chapters 11 - 20
February 10, 2015 ISBN 978-4-575-84570-9 February 21, 2017 ISBN 978-1-626924-31-4
3 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol03.jpg
Chapters 21 - 30
September 10, 2015 ISBN 978-4-575-84679-9 May 9, 2017 ISBN 978-1-626924-85-7
4 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol04.jpg
Chapters 31 - 39
May 12, 2016 ISBN 978-4-575-84796-3 August 8, 2017 ISBN 978-1-626925-46-5
5 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol05.jpg
Chapters 40 - 48
December 12, 2016 ISBN 978-4-575-84894-6 November 12, 2017 ISBN 978-1-626926-74-5
6 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol06.jpg
Chapters 49 - 58
July 12, 2017 ISBN 978-4-575-85002-4 May 22, 2018 ISBN 978-1-626927-84-1
7 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol07.jpg
Chapters 59 - 68
April 12, 2018 ISBN 978-4-575-85134-2 November 6, 2019 ISBN 978-1-626928-98-5
8 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol08.jpg
Chapters 69 - 78
February 12, 2019 ISBN 978-4-575-85267-7 July 30, 2019 ISBN 978-1-626929-94-4
9 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol09.jpg
Chapters 79 - 87
November 12, 2019 ISBN 978-4-575-85374-2 June 2, 2020 ISBN 978-1-642751-18-5
10 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol10.jpg
Chapters 88 - 96
August 11, 2020 ISBN 978-4-575-85476-3 March 30, 2021 ISBN 978-1-64505-784-0
11 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol11.jpg
Chapters 97 - 105
June 10, 2021 ISBN 978-4-575-85589-0 December 14, 2021 ISBN 978-1-64827-463-3
12 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Vol12.jpg
January 12, 2022 ISBN 978-4-575-85679-8



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Original Name 小林さんちのメイドラゴン (Kobayashi-san Chi no Meidoragon) (S1)
小林さんちのメイドラゴンS (Kobayashi-san Chi no Meidoragon S) (S2)
Translation Name Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (S1)
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid S (S2)
Region Japan
Original run S1: January 11~April 5, 2017
S2: July 7~September 22, 2021[3]
Episodes Season 1: 13+1 OVA
Season 2: 12+1 OVA
Studio Kyoto Animation
Directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto (S1)
Tatsuya Ishihara (S2)
Music by Masumi Itō
Voiced by Japanese:
Mutsumi Tamura
Yūki Kuwahara
Maria Naganawa
Yuuki Takada
Minami Takahashi
Tomomi Mineuchi
Daisuke Ono
Yuichi Nakamura
Emiri Katō
Yūko Gotō
Kaori Ishihara

The 4th volume of the single book was released as a TV animation. The animation is produced by Kyoto Animation and will be broadcast on ABC Asahi Broadcasting, TOKYO MX1, TV Aichi, BS11 and other channels from January 11, 2017, with a total of 13 episodes. In addition, 1 episode of OVA and 7 episodes of SP have been added to the DVD version.

On February 12, 2019, Season 2, based on volume 8 of the book was announced, but the Kyoto Animation arson attack in July of the same year forced the animation production to be postponed.

On August 8, 2020, the animation's official Twitter tweeted after 14 months. On August 11, the 10th volume of the single book was published. Season 2 will be broadcast in 2021, still produced by Kyoto Animation. On the same day, the new official website was released.

Regarding the meaning of "S" in the title, the official visual explained it as "Super and Supreme Second life is about to Start".
At the same time, a special version of the visual map during the new COVID-19 pandemic was released, and the slogan was "Stay home while maintaining Social distance".

On January 15, 2021, it was announced that Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid S will be broadcast in July. The animation will premiere on TOKYO MX at 24:00 on July 7, 2021, with all 12 episodes, and an OVA1 episode added to the DVD version.

In order to commemorate the broadcast, the continuous short animation theater "Mini Dora" (ミニドラ) will be broadcast on YouTube "KyoaniChannel" and Bilibili "ABCAnimation" from April 7th to June 30th. (The one uploaded by YouTube "KyoaniChannel" is open for viewing for a limited time for one week per episode, and the one uploaded by Bilibili "ABCAnimation" will be retained after the update), all 13 episodes. Subsequently, a total of 3 SP episodes were added on July 8, August 6, and September 15. In addition, a total of 5 new episodes of Ex have been added to the DVD version.


Season 1

Opening (OP)

  • Aozora no Rhapsody (青空のラプソディ)
    • Singer: fhána
    • Lyricist: Lin Yingshu, Composer: Junichi Sato, Arranger: fhána

Ending (ED)

  • Ishukan Communication (イシュカン・コミュニケーション)
    • Singer: Chorogons [Tooru (Yuki Kuwahara), Kanna (Maria Nagami), Elma (Yuki Takada), Lucoa (Minami Takahashi)]
    • Lyricist: Yohei Matsui, Composer: Junichi Sato, Arranger: rionos

Season 2

Opening (OP)

  • Koi no Supreme! (愛のシュプリーム!) (Episodes 1-11)
    • Singer: fhána
    • Lyricist: Lin Yingshu, Composer and Arranger: Junichi Sato

Ending (ED)

  • Maid with Dragons (めいど・うぃず・どらごんず❤︎) (Eps 1-2, 4-11)
    • Singer: Super Chorogons [Tooru (Yuki Kuwahara), Kona (Maria Nagami), Elma (Yuki Takada), Lucoa (Minami Takahashi), Ilulu (Tomomi Mineuchi)]
  • Ishukan Relationship (イシュカン♡リレーションシップ) (Ep. 3
    • Singer: Tooru (Yuki Kuwahara)
    • Lyricist, Composer, Arranger: Naojo Hoshigine
  • Aozora no Rhapsody (青空のラプソディ) (Ep. 12)
    • Singer: fhána
    • Lyricist: Lin Yingshu, Composer: Junichi Sato, Arranger: fhána

Insert songs (IN)

  • Aozora no Rhapsody (青空のラプソディ) (Ep. 3)
    • Singer: fhána
    • Lyricist: Lin Yingshu, Composer: Junichi Sato, Arranger: fhána


With the title "Kobayashi-san Chi no Ishukan Radio" (小林さんちのイシュカン・ラジオ), was distributed every Friday in Onsen from January 13, 2017. The hosts are Tooru's voice actor Yuki Kuwahara, Kanna's voice actor Maria Naganawa, Elma's voice actor Yuki Takada and Lucoa's voice actor Minami Takahashi. On December 30, 2016, a special pre-broadcast special was distributed.


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