News Tamayura, OreImo, Zakuro, Curo-kun Promos Streamed
posted on 2010-08-14 11:04 EDT
The official website of Tamayura, the third "healing anime" directed by Junichi Sato (Kaleido Star, Princess Tutu) after Aria and Umi Monogatari ~Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto~, began streaming a promotional video on Friday. Sato created the story that introduces Fū Sawatari, the heroine who likes photography and just moved to a waterside town near the Seto Inland Sea. The first Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume will ship on November 26, after the first episode has an advance showing on the AT-X television channel on September 5.
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Tsukasa Fushimi's Ore no Imōto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai comedy light novel series also began streaming a 63-second promotional video on Friday. The story follows the daily life of an ordinary high school boy named Kyōsuke Kōsaka. Kyōsuke's younger sister Kirino is a pretty fashion model — but also a secret otaku of adult games. Kyōsuke is the only person to whom Kirino reveals her hidden obsession and other issues. The series will premiere in Japan in October.
A 30-second television commercial for the television anime adaptation of Lily Hoshino's Otome Yōkai Zakuro supernatural historical manga began streaming on the anime's website on Friday. The story is set in an alternate version of Japan where humans and yōkai (demons) co-exist. The government has established a Ministry of Yōkai and Humans to deal with the incidents that flare up between the two races. The ministry is composed of human representatives, yōkai representative, and one girl named Zakuro with half-human, half-yōkai blood. The anime will premiere in Japan on October 4.
The first promotional video for the Shōnen Maid Curo-kun shota anime began streaming on the official YouTube channel of the GOLDENBOY studio earlier this month. The anime adaptation of Masaki Hiiragi's Shōnen Maid Curo-kun yaoi manga will ship on DVD in Japan on September 23.
[Via Moon Phase, Saishin Anime Jōhō, Uri-sure Matome R, Rakugakidou]