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Main Cast Performs Ending Song for The Royal Tutor Anime

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda

The "Hajimemashite Heine-sensei" event for the the television anime adaptation of Higasa Akai's The Royal Tutor (Ōshitsu Kyōshi Heine or Königliche Familie Lehrer) manga revealed on Sunday that Keisuke Ueda, Yūya Asato, Yūto Adachi, Daisuke Hirose, and Shōta Aoi will perform the anime's ending theme song "Prince Night ~Doko ni Ita no Sa!? MY PRINCESS~" as their respective characters.

The anime's official website previously streamed a character trailer for the anime.

The anime will premiere on TV Tokyo and TV Osaka on Tuesday at 26:05 (effectively Wednesday at 2:05 a.m.). The series will also air on BS Japan and AT-X and stream online.

The anime's cast includes:

Keisuke Ueda as Heine Wittgenstein, the royal tutor to four unique princes. Although mistaken for a child, he is actually an adult man.

Yūya Asato as Kai von Grannzreich, the 17-year-old second prince. He is a silent young man who rarely makes public appearances. He is known as the "Glancing Prince" because of his sharp gaze coercing people.

Yūto Adachi as Bruno von Grannzreich, the 16-year-old third prince. He is a prodigy who has had a sharp mind from a very young age and is called a genius.

Daisuke Hirose as Leonhardt von Grannzreich, the 15-year-old fourth prince. He believes he is the most beautiful person on the western continent and calls himself the "White Lily of Grannzreich." He is the "Pride Everest Prince" who hates teachers.

Shōta Aoi as Richt von Grannzreich, the 14-year-old fifth prince. He wears a sweet mask, and his bright personality helps him form close relationships with foreign royalty. He is the "Character Prince" whose light and friendly demeanor make him seem like he's not royalty.

Shinnosuke Tachibana as Maximilian, a palace guard. He has a cheerful demeanor.

Daisuke Namikawa as Ludwig, a palace guard. He has a serious demeanor.

Toshiyuki Morikawa as Victor von Grannzreich, the current king of Grannzreich and the father of four trouble-making princes.

Takuya Eguchi as Rosenberg, a mysterious count.

A stage play adaptation with the same five main cast members as the television anime will premiere this year.

Katsuya Kikuchi (Idol Memories, Sengoku Paradise Kiwami) is directing the anime at the studio Bridge (Nobunagun, Fairy Tail). Kimiko Ueno (Kuromajyo-san ga Tōru!!) is in charge of series composition, and Rena Okuyama (Idol Memories, Sengoku Paradise Kiwami) is designing the characters. Keiji Inai (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Outbreak Company) is composing the music at Avex Pictures. Shōgo Sakamoto is performing the opening theme song "Shoppoi Namida" (Salty Tears).

Yen Press began releasing the manga as e-books in English in 2015, and it describes the story:

Accepting the post of Royal Tutor at the court of the king of Grannzreich, Heine Wittgenstein is a little professor with a big job ahead! Each of the kingdom's four princes has a rather distinct personality. Does their diminutive new instructor have what it takes to lay down some learning? It's a comedy of educational proportions!

Akai launched the manga in Monthly G Fantasy in November 2013, and Square Enix published the eighth compiled book volume and a new official character book on March 27.

Source: Comic Natalie

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