P.A. Works' 2nd Tari Tari Anime Promo Streamed
posted on by Egan Loo
The official website for the Tari Tari television anime series was updated on Friday with its second streaming promotional video. The video features the background music version of the opening theme song "Dreamer" by Airi. The website and video note that the series will premiere on July 1.
The story centers around five Japanese high school students who are too young to be called adults, but who no longer think of themselves as children. Wakana Sakai (Ayahi Takagaki) once took music lessons, but she withdrew from music after losing her mother. Konatsu Miyamoto (Asami Seto) is a positive-thinking girl who loves singing and spends time after school at the vocal music club. Sawa Okita (Saori Hayami) is a spirited archery club member who dreams of becoming a horse rider. Taichi Tanaka (Nobunaga Shimazaki) is a chronically late badminton team member who lives with his college student sister. "Wiin" (Natsuki Hanae) just transfered into Wakana's class after 12 years abroad in Australia. Music brings Wakana, Konatsu, Sawa and the others together into an ensemble during their last summer in high school.
P.A. Works (Hanasaku Iroha, Another) will animate the series based on an original work by Evergreen. Masakazu Hashimoto (Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, episode director for Fullmetal Alchemist) will direct the series and handle the series composition.
Producer Takayuki Nagatani had revealed the Tari Tari project at his company Infinite in January. He noted then that Akiba's Trip game character designer tanu is designing the original characters of Tari Tari. Kanami Sekiguchi (Hanasaku Iroha, True Tears) will adapt tanu's designs for animation and will serve and chief animation director. Shiroh Hamaguchi (One Piece, Hanasaku Iroha, Rosario + Vampire) will handle the show's music.
Tari Tari's web radio program will premiere on June 22 with the three main voice actresses, and the first compiled book volume of the manga adaptation will ship on July 21.
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