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Yui Ogura Sings Jōkamachi no Dandelion's Ending Theme

posted on 2015-05-10 21:05 EDT by Egan Loo
Also sings opening with Kaori Ishihara & voices Hikari Sakurada in July anime

Voice actress Yui Ogura is releasing her new single "Honey♥Come!!" on August 12. The title track, a "cute pop dance tune," will be the ending theme song for the television anime of Ayumu Kasuga's four-panel manga Jōkamachi no Dandelion (Castle Town Dandelion). She is also singing the opening theme song with Kaori Ishihara and voicing Hikari Sakurada in the anime.

The limited first run of the single will include a DVD with the music video for "Honey♥Come!!" as well as a making-of video. The single itself will have a second song to be announced later, as well as the two songs without vocal tracks.

In the manga's story, the everyday lives of the nine super-powered siblings of the royal family are monitored by more than 200 surveillance cameras and broadcast nationwide. The people of the nation who are watching the broadcast will have the ability to elect the next monarch. The story focuses on Akane, the third-oldest sister who can manipulate gravity. She is shy and desperately does not want to be caught on camera.

The anime will premiere in July.

The cast will star:

Kana Hanazawa as Akane Sakurada
Ai Kayano as Aoi Sakurada
Ryohei Kimura as Shū Sakurada
Kaori Ishihara as Kanade Sakurada
Ayumu Murase as Haruka Sakurada
Eriko Matsui as Misaki Sakurada
Yui Ogura as Hikari Sakurada
Aina Suzuki as Shiori Sakurada
Shiori Katsuta as Teru Sakurada
Yuka Aisaka as Hana Satō

Noriaki Akitaya (Bakuman., BONJOUR Sweet Love Patisserie) will helm the series at Production IMS (Inari Kon Kon, The Testament of Sister New Devil, Gonna be the Twin-Tail!!). Reiko Yoshida (Non Non Biyori, Bakuman., You and Me.) will handle series composition, and Shinpei Kobayashi (Aldnoah.Zero, Inari Kon Kon) will design the characters and serve as animation director. Kasuga previously designed the characters for the Gonna be the Twin-Tail!! anime that premiered last October.

Source: MoCa


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