Today's Menu for Emiya Family Anime's Promo Video Streamed

posted on 2018-01-18 11:15 EST
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The official website for the net anime adaptation of TAa's Emiya-sanchi no Kyō no Gohan (Today's Menu for Emiya Family) manga began streaming 15- and 30-second versions of a promotional video on Thursday. (Note: The video linked above is region-locked to Japan.)

The first episode of the anime already aired in Japan during the "Fate Project Ōmisoka TV Special 2017" special on December 31. The anime will stream in Japan starting on February 1 on AbemaTV, with new episodes premiering on the first of every month at 9:00 p.m. JST (7:00 a.m. EST). However, the first episode will debut online on January 25 at 9:00 p.m.

Aniplex of America will begin streaming the series on Crunchyroll on January 25, with new episodes on the first of every month. Aniplex of America describes the anime:

"Fulfilling meal…a familiar view"

In this story, Fate and food meet in a delicious and gentle world.

It's nothing but an ordinary meal scene...

Delicious meals are served at the Emiya's dinner table every day, through spring, summer, fall and winter.

-- Let's see... what's for dinner today?

TAa is credited with the original character designs, as well as the original work alongside Type-Moon. Makoto Tadano is the "food supervisor," and Takahiro Miura and Tetsuto Satō are directing the series. The studio ufotable is animating the series and is also credited with the script production. Toko Uchimura is designing the characters for animation.

Kazuo Ebizawa is directing the art, and Sae Yoshikawa is the director of photography. Daiki Teppōzuka is directing the 3D anmation. The color key artists are Yūko Ōmae and Yurie Ushio, and Manabu Kamino is editing. Hikaru Kondo is producing.

Gō Shiina is composing the music. DJ Misoshiru & MC Gohan (Ki/oon Music) are performing the opening theme song "Apron Boy," and the group Sangatsu no Phantasia (SACRA MUSIC) is performing the ending theme song "Collage."

The manga runs on Kadokawa's Young Ace Up website. Kadokawa published the manga's second compiled volume on December 26.

Thanks to Dennis R. for the embedded video.

Source: Comic Natalie

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