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Yuka Iguchi Joins Happy Cooking Graffiti Anime Cast

posted on 2014-11-15 16:00 EST
Rina Satou, Asuka Ōgame will perform ending theme song

The official Twitter account for Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara magazine announced on Saturday that Yuka Iguchi will join the cast of the television anime adaptation of Makoto Kawai's four-panel manga Happy Cooking Graffiti (Kōfuku Graffiti) as Yuki Uchiki.

In addition, the magazine announced that Rina Satou and Asuka Ōgame will perform the ending theme "Egao ni Naru" (Put on a smile) as their characters Ryō and Kirin. Maaya Sakamoto will perform the opening theme "Shiawase Nitsuite Watashi ga Shitteiru Itsutsu no Hōhō" (The five techniques I know for happiness).

The magazine also updated the staff list. Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Monogatari series director Akiyuki Shinbo will helm Happy Cooking Graffiti as chief director at Shaft, and Naoyuki Tatsuwa (Nisekoi, Katteni Kaizō) will direct. Mari Okada (Selector Infected Wixoss, AKB0048) will be in charge of series composition, Kazuya Shiotsuki (Nisekoi chief animation director, Madoka Magica animation director) will design the characters. Toshiki Kameyama will serve as sound director and Flying Dog will be in charge of music.

The series will also star:

Rina Satou (Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal, A Certain Scientific Railgun S) as Ryō Machiko


Asuka Ōgame (Vividred Operation, Kokoro Connect) as Kirin Morino


Mikako Komatsu (Nisekoi, K) as Shiina

The story follows Ryō, a middle school girl who lives by herself. She has a knack for cooking, and she makes friendships with everyone through her food. The cooking manga is "full of detailed cuisine art to whet the appetite and slightly erotic meal scenes." The "kōfuku" in the title is a wordplay on two Japanese homonyms — one that means "happiness," and another that means "appetite."

The series will premiere in January.

Images © Makoto Kawai, Houbunsha/Kōfuku Graffiti Production Committee


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