Unbreakable Machine-Doll
Light Novel Prologue
The Puppeteer from the Far East #1

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Name (Japanese) 極東の人形使い#1

Name (Romaji) Kyokutō no Ningyōtsukai #1

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The Unbreakable Machine-Doll Light Novel Volume 1 Prologue, The Puppeteer from the Far East #1, is the prologue of the first volume of the Unbreakable Machine-Doll light novel series. It begins with the introduction of the series' main characters; Raishin Akabane, a puppeteer, together with Yaya, his automaton, who from Japan travelled to Liverpool in United Kingdom to enter the Royal Academy of Machinart, Walpurgis mainly as a spy for the Japanese Army as well as to exact revenge.



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Yaya flirtingly pressing herself against Raishin as she expresses her phantasy to him.

Inside a train that had departed from London and was now bound for Liverpool, Yaya and Raishin had their usual playful banter. Finally, the train pulled into the station but did not come to a halt as its brakes are not working. Raishin and Yaya then nimbly exited through a window, making their way to the top of the carriage, and swiftly ran to the front of the train. Raishin then used Shinkan Shijuuhachishou on Yaya. Yaya trust forward from the train's nose and landed a considerable distance in front of the train. Then, the train crashed on Yaya, driving her back about fifty metres, but she remained unharmed and the train completely halted. Raishin and Yaya then left the scene and made their way to the centre of the city centre. A few hours after the train incident, they stopped before the entrance of the Royal Academy of Machinart. Before entering, Raishin tested Yaya's revolve. Without hesitating, Yaya replied that she only desires to be wherever he is. Raishin tells her to keep up her resolve, and Raishin and Yaya enter the Academy.

Adapted ToEdit

The Unbreakable Machine-Doll light novel volume 1 prologue was adapted into the first chapter of the first volume of the manga and the part from 0:01 to 5:54 of the first episode of the anime.

Major EventsEdit


In order of appearance:

New CharactersEdit


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Magic CircuitsEdit

New Magic CircuitsEdit

Factions and OrganisationsEdit

New Factions and OrganisationsEdit


New LocationsEdit


New TerminologiesEdit


  • There is no battle shown or mentioned in this chapter.



Refer BackEdit

There is no refer back mentioned in this chapter.

Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • The T-Fords, an automobile produced by the Ford Motor Company that is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile in the world, imported from America were mentioned trundling along the paved roads of Liverpool.
  • The Kimono (着物 Kimono?, lit. "Thing to Wear"), a traditional Japanese garment that is composed of a robe secured by an Obi ( Obi?, lit. "Sash"), was mentioned as the clothing of Yaya.
  • The Geta (() Geta?), a traditional Japanese footwear that resembles the flip-flops and the clogs, was mentioned as the footwear of Yaya that were driven deep into the ground of the railway track as she stopped the runaway train.

Unanswered QuestionEdit

  • What is Shikan Shijuuhachishou?


  1. By the beginning of the prologue, Manchester, a city located in England in the United Kingdom, was mentioned to be exporting the vast amount of cotton it produces in Liverpool city to the rest of the world.
  2. By the end of the prologue, after arriving in front of the Academy Gates, Raishin compared the likeness of the appearance of the Lecture Hall to the appearance of the Buckingham Palace, the residence in London and the principal workplace of the Monarch of the United Kingdom located in Westminster in London in England in the United Kingdom.


  • (From Yaya to Raishin): “The only place Yaya desires to be is where Raishin is. Whether it’s on the battlefield, or in prison, that will never change.”
  • (From Raishin to Yaya): “You think too highly of me. I’m merely using you as a tool for revenge.”
  • (From Yaya to Raishin): “Don’t be so hard on yourself Raishin. Yaya was a mere doll created by Shouko, from the day I was born I was but a mere tool. And then once this tool was given a purpose, she started living for the first time in her life.”


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