The Girl in Twilight (TV)

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Alternative title:
Akanesasu Shōjo (Japanese)
あかねさす少女 (Japanese)
Genres: science fiction
Plot Summary: Every clear day at 4:44 pm, Asuka and four of her friends go to the temple tree on top of a hill, tune their radio to a different frequency, and pray to open the door to another world. It hasn't worked yet, but bubbly Asuka is determined that one day it will, even if some of her friends, like pragmatic Yu and Chloe, don't necessarily agree. And then one day, it does – the girls find the right frequency and suddenly their prayers land them in a golden twilight world where they are promptly attacked. They only survive because another girl intervenes – one who looks strangely like Asuka herself.
Vintage: 2018-10-01
Opening Theme:
"Soranetarium" by Michi
Ending Theme:
"Kowarekake no Radio" (Broken Radio) by Ami Wajima
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Series Director: Yuuichi Abe
Director: Jin Tamamura
Series Composition: Shogo Yasukawa
Unit Director: Ryō Hirata (Equalizer)
Original Concept: Kōtarō Uchikoshi
Original Character Design:
Hiroyuki Asada
Masakazu Katsura
Character Design: Hiroki Harada
Art Director: Yusa Ito (Kusanagi)
Chief Animation Director: Akitomo Yamamoto
3D Director: Hideaki Takeda
Sound Director: Hiroto Morishita
Director of Photography: Atsushi Satou (Studio Shamrock)

Art Setting: Akihiro Hirasawa
Color design: Haruko Nobori
Concept Artist: Hiroyuki Asada
Editing: Mai Hasegawa
Key Animation:
Junko Matsushita (eps 2-3, 8)
Masaharu Morinaka (ep 8)
Shinsuke Kasahara (ep 8)
Tomoyuki Ohshita (ep 9)
Toshihiko Masuda (eps 6, 10)
Monster Design: Yasuhiro Moriki
Sci-fi Setting: Hiroshi Yamamoto
Theme Song Performance:
Ami Wajima (ED)
Michi (OP)
Japanese cast
Ami Koshimizu as Nana Nanase
Lynn as Yū Tōnaka
Marina Inoue as Chloé Morisu
Nao Tōyama as Mia Silverstone
Tomoyo Kurosawa as Asuka Tsuchimiya

Miki Itou as Mia's mother (ep 4)
English staff
English companies
Broadcaster: Animax Asia
Internet Streaming: HIDIVE
Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks
English cast
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Internet Streaming: HIDIVE (Latin America and Spain)
Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks (Latin America and Spain)
Spanish cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese companies
Internet Streaming: HIDIVE (Brazil and Portugal)
Licensed by: Sentai Filmworks (Brazil and Portugal)
Portuguese cast

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