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Clione no Akari TV Anime's Promo Video Highlights Takashi

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Shunya Ōhira stars in series premiering on July 12

The official website for the television anime of Natural-Rain's illustrated online novel Clione no Akari (Clione's Light) began streaming a new promotional video for the series on Friday. The video highlights the character Takashi Aoi (voiced by Shunya Ōhira).

The anime will premiere on AT-X at 8:20 p.m. on July 12. It will also air on Tokyo MX Sun TV, Tochigi TV, RNB, RNC, Miyagi TV, and BS Fuji's Anime Guild.

The anime's cast includes:

Sayuri Matsumura as Minori Amamiya

Shunya Ōhira as Takashi Aoi

Natsuko Hara as Kyōko Tsukihashi

Riko Sasaki as Nanami Yukine

Riho Iida as Yuna Nagino

Aina Suzuki as Kaho Ichinose

Akari Kageyama as Sayaka Hama

Yūki Fujita as Gen Isozaki

Misaki Ōhashi as Kōsuke Okishima

Moa Tsukino as Shōta Sayama

Kana Aoi as Sakura Inoue

Naoya Ishikawa's one-man animation studio Ishikawa Pro (Kuttsukiboshi, Magical Chocolate) is directing the anime at drop. MOLICE, Tsukasa, and Takeshi Onaka are handling the scenario alongside original author Natural-Rain. Natural-Rain also designed the characters. Kazuhiko Izu is directing the sound. Former SKE48 idol group member aki is performing the opening theme song "Clione no Akari," and is also singing the ending theme song "Sora o Tobu Kaze." Riko Sasaki is performing the insert song "Hyakunichi no Hana."

The story centers around an illness-stricken, constantly bullied orphan girl named Minori. After one rainy day, she doesn't turn up at school, having been admitted into a hospital in a distant town. Two months pass, and the girl's two school friends, Takashi and Kyōko, receive a mysterious email with no sender listed. The email reveals a summer festival taking place at a nearby town ....

Natural-Rain started posting the original story online in 2004, and East Press published it in print in 2012. The app version ranked #9 among paid apps on the Apple Store.

[Via Ota-Suke]

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