|Country of origin||Japan|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13 (List of episodes)|
|Running time||Approx 2-5 minutes|
|Original airing||Feb. 2009|
This page is for the ONA, see here for the disambiguation page.
The OVA takes place in the same setting as the light novels, manga, and the anime.
Each episode has a title from a line in the episode. The title was not present in the episode itself, but can be found on the back of the Japanese DVD/BD release. During the episode, only the name and episode number were given.
- You already had some
- Let's rock-paper-sissors!
- What a mysterious creature
- I equipped silent mode...
- Don't you think I look megas good in this costume?
- Let's hang up tanzaku!
- Why'd you dodge it?
- Would you like a lunch bento? Or perhaps me?
- Pitiful thing...
- Roast the potatoes!
- Ah, I did write my name
- Sorry, I don't speak human language
- Sleds are so fun!
Churuya-san was released over the course of three DVD volumes in May/June/July 2009 in Japan with The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya. The first five episodes were on the first volume with four episodes on each of the other two volumes.
Bandai Entertainment licensed the series along with Haruhi-chan and released it on two volumes (7 episodes on one with 6 on the other). Both Manga Entertainment UK and Madman have also licensed it for their respective regions and plan on releasing a sub-only set.
Nyoron Churuya-san does not have an opening or ending song. The opening tune was Nyoroon toshite Kimochi (This Nyoron feeling) and the ending tune was Matamitehoshii Nyoro (Please watch again~). As with the other Haruhi background music, Satoru Kousaki composed the BGM. The original soundtrack was released with the Haruhi-chan soundtrack in the first JP DVD volume like the other TV/OVA series.
- Nyoroon toshite Kimochi
- Ase Ase Aseru
- Hokkori Nyoro
- Title Game no BGM desu
- Shinbi no Izumi BGM desu
- Event Tassei no BGM desu
- Shooting Game no BGM
- Jyofushite mae
- Nyoroon na Hibi
- Sumanchi Manzai
- Matamitehoshii Nyoro
- Unlike Haruhi-chan, the characters (except Churuya and Achakura) are depicted as full-sized, yet with relatively blank expressions and monotone voices (the latter is to be expected with Yuki, though). The non-chibi characters are also depicted as jerks.