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Kyousogiga TV Ads Introduce Mirror Version of Kyoto

posted on by Egan Loo
TV version of action fantasy anime to premiere on October 2

Toei began streaming 15-second and 30-second commercials for the Kyousogiga television anime series on Friday. In the ads, Rie Kugimiya (as the character Koto) introduces the story's mirror doppleganger version of Kyōto where yōkai (spirits), humans, and even robots coexist.

The Fall 2013 series will run for 13 episodes, including two summary episodes, one special episode, and 10 regular episodes. The cast and staff will return to the series, including director Rie Matsumoto. Matsumoto was only 25 years old when she helmed 2010's Heartcatch Precure! Hana no Miyako de Fashion Show…Desu ka!?

The other staff members are as follows:

Planning: Kyousogiga Project, Banpresto, Toei Animation, Toei Video
Original Work: Izumi Todo
Series Composition: Izumi Todo, Rie Matsumoto
Character Design: Yuki Hayashi
Music: Gō Shiina
Animation Production: Toei Animation

And the cast is as follows:

Rie Kugimiya as Koto
Kenichi Suzumura as Myōe
Aya Hisakawa as Koto
Akira Ishida as Inari
Shigeru Nakahara as Kurama
Eri Kitamura as Yase
Chiwa Saito as Doctor Shōko
Eiji Takemoto as Fushimi
Noriko Hidaka as A
Ryoko Shiraishi as Un
Kazuki Yao as Chief Priest

The original Kyousogiga original net animated series marked the first time Banpresto and Toei Animation collaborated together. The two companies launched the one-episode net anime in December 2011 on YouTube.

Banpresto and Toei then streamed the second five-episode net series Kyousogiga Dainidan between August and December 2012.

The television version of the anime will premiere on the Tokyo MX TV station on October 2.

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