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Working/Wagnaria!!!'s 3rd Character Video Profiles Sōma, Kyōko, Aoi

posted on 2015-06-23 10:42 EDT by Egan Loo
Kana Asumi, Saki Fujita, Eri Kitamura perform opening theme for series debuting on July 4

The official website for Working!!!, the third anime season based on Karino Takatsu's Working! manga, began streaming a third character video on Tuesday. The video profiles Hirōmi Sōma (voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya), Kyōko Shirafuji (voiced by Kumiko Watanabe), and Aoi Yamada (voiced by Ryou Hirohashi). The video features the opening theme song "Now!!! Gamble." The website posted the first two character videos over the past two weeks.


The story of the manga and anime follows high school freshman Sōta Takanashi who works part-time at a restaurant with strange staff members. When he starts his job, he meets the small but elder Popura, the androphobic Mahiru, the cheerful Yachiyo, the stoic chef Satō, the gossip-loving cook Sōma, and the glutenous, lazy manager Kyōko.

Yumi Kamakura (assistant director on Inazuma Eleven GO, Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, Pokémon: Giratina & The Sky Warrior, Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew) will take over as director of the anime. A-1 Pictures will animate the series, monaca (Aikatsu!, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Nyaruko: Crawling with Love!, Star Driver, Wake Up, Girls!) will return to compose the music, and Shingo Adachi (Sword Art Online, Galilei Donna, Rockman.EXE Beast+) will again design the characters and also serve as the animation director.

The cast from the previous seasons will also return. Additionally, Koji Yusa will play the season's new character Tōru Minegishi.

Kana Asumi, Saki Fujita, and Eri Kitamura (as their characters Popura Taneshima, Mahiru Inami and Yachiyo Todoroki) sing the opening theme song "Now!! Gamble," while Jun Fukuyama, Daisuke Ono, and Hiroshi Kamiya (as Sōta Takanashi, Jun Satō, Hirōmi Sōma) sing the ending theme song "Matsuge ni Lock" (Lock on Eyelashes).

The new season will premiere on July 4.

Takatsu began the manga in Shonen Gangan in 2005, and the manga already inspired two television anime seasons. Crunchyroll streamed both series as they aired in Japan, and NIS America licensed and released both in North America under the title Wagnaria!!

Thanks to Dennis R for the embedded video


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