SuG Performs Ending Theme Song for Kaito × Ansa Puzzle-Solving Anime
posted on by Karen Ressler
The official website for the Kaito × Ansa "puzzle-solving" (nazo-toki) original television anime announced on Friday that rock band SuG (Fairy Tail, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!) is performing the ending theme song "Agaku" for the anime.
The anime will premiere in July on Tokyo MX.
Naoya Fukushi (Nazotokine) is the original creator and director at Tengu Kobou. Kōhei Katō (Lost Days) is in charge of the series scripts. Hitomi Takano (Nazotokine), Yui Katō, and Erina Takayanagi are designing the characters. Satoshi Motoyama (Princess Tutu, From the New World) is the sound director. Asobi Factory is in charge of puzzle supervision, and Jun Peyon and Takanori Morita are in charge of puzzle design.
The cast includes:
Takahiro Sakurai (D.Gray-man's Yu Kanda, Code Geass' Suzaku) as Ansa Arishin
Professional wrestler Genichirō Tenryū will also voice a character to be named later.
256 is performing the opening theme song "Hoshi no Kazu Dake" (Just the Number of Stars), previewed in the promotional video below:
Tokyo MX, Tengu Kobou, and Asobi Factory previously collaborated on the Nazotokine television anime, which was also described as a "puzzle-solving TV anime." Fukushi also created the original concept and directed Nazotokine. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan.
Source: Music Natalie
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