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Aho-Girl: Clueless Girl Anime Casts Taku Yashiro, Sayaka Senbongi, Rina Satou

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
M.A.O, Rena Maeda, Yuka Iguchi also join cast of July anime

The July issue of Kodansha's Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine is revealing additional cast for the television anime of Hiroyuki's Ahogaru: Clueless Girl (Aho Girl) manga on Friday. The additional cast are:

The previously announced cast includes:

Aoi Yūki as Yoshiko Hanabatake

Tomokazu Sugita as Akuru Akutsu

Sayaka Harada as Sayaka Sumino

Sumire Uesaka as Public Morals Committee Chairwoman

Yōko Hikasa plays Yoshie Hanabatake, and Daisuke Namikawa plays Dog.

The anime will air in July on Tokyo MX on Tuesdays at 11:00 p.m., on Sun TV on Tuesdays at 24:00 (effectively Wednesdays at 12:00 a.m.), and on BS11 on Tuesdays at 26:00 (effectively Wednesdays at 2:00 a.m.). Each episode will be 15 minutes long.

Keizou Kusakawa (Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?, Unlimited Fafnir) is serving as chief director, and Shingo Tamaki (chief animation director on Day Break Illusion) is directing at diomedéa. Takashi Aoshima (Gabriel DropOut, The Troubled Life of Miss Kotoura) is in charge of the series scripts, and Masakazu Ishikawa (Squid Girl, Campione!) is designing the characters. angela (K, Fafner) is performing the opening theme song "Zenryoku☆Summer!" and Sumire Uesaka (This Art Club Has a Problem!, Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san) is performing the ending theme song "Odore! Kyūkyoku Tetsugaku."

Kodansha Comics announced in October that it would publish the manga in North America under the title Ahogaru: Clueless Girl. Kodansha Comics describes the series:

Yoshiko, a truly clueless high school girl, is never far from over the top hijinks. Her childhood friend has no choice but to look out for her!

Hiroyuki (Doujin Work, The Comic Artist and His Assistants) launched the four-panel comedy manga in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine in 2012, but moved it to Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine, where it is ongoing, in June 2015. Kodansha shipped the eighth compiled book volume in October. The ninth volume will ship in June, and will reveal a new project for the franchise.

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