Crunchyroll Streams How to keep a mummy Anime
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that it will stream the television anime of Kakeru Utsugi's How to keep a mummy (Miira no Kaikata) manga. The anime is available to users worldwide except in greater China, Japan, and Korea, and the streaming will begin on January 11 at 3:00 p.m. EST.
Crunchyroll also revealed the streaming details for its stream of the citrus and Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko anime. The citrus anime will be available worldwide except for Asia, and it will begin streaming on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. EST. Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko will be available worldwide except for Asia, and it will begin on Friday at 10:00 a.m. EST. Funimation Entertainment will stream English dubs for both anime..
The How to keep a mummy anime stars:
- Mutsumi Tamura as Sora Kashiwagi
- Keisuke Koumoto as Tazuki Kamiya
- Himika Akaneya as Asa Motegi
- Ai Kayano as Kaede Kashiwagi
- Seiichirō Yamashita as Daichi Tatsuaki
The anime will premiere on TBS and BS-TBS on January 11. The show's staff held a pre-screening event of the first episode on December 24.
Kaori (Yuyushiki, Bottom Biting Bug 2nd season) is directing the anime at studio 8-bit. Deko Akao (Flying Witch, Noragami, Frame Arms Girl) is handling the series composition, and Takahiro Kishida (Welcome to the Ballroom, Madoka Magica, Durarara!!) is the character designer. Atsushi Nasuda is producing the anime.
Crunchyroll is releasing the manga digitally in English, and it describes the story:
When high school student Sora Kashiwagi finds himself staring down a mysterious oversized package sent to him by his self-proclaimed "adventurer" father, the last thing he expects is for it to be opened from the inside... by a little mummy so small it can fit in the palm of his hand!
Utsugi launched the manga on the Comico app in 2014, and the first compiled book volume shipped in Japan in February 2016. Futabasha released the manga's fifth compiled volume last October, and the sixth volume will ship on February 10.