Fumikiri Jikan Anime Reveals Additional Cast, Theme Song Artist, Key Visual (Updated)
posted on 2018-02-23 12:00 EST by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The April issue of Futabasha's Monthly Action magazine revealed more cast members and the theme song singer for the television anime of Yoshimi Satō's Fumikiri Jikan (Railroad Crossing Time) manga on Saturday. The additional cast includes: (Note: Character name romanizations are not official.)
Characters from the "Mashima-san wa Eroi" (Mashima-san is Lewd) story:
Yuri Komagata as Mashima-san
Kazuki Matsunaga as Tanishi
Characters from the "Sensei to Issho" (With Teacher) story:
Yasuhiro Mamiya as Teacher
Mariko Honda as Kurobe
Characters from the "SNS Kyōdai" (Texting Siblings) story:
Suzuna Kinoshita as Misaki Komaba
Mitsuhiro Ichiki as Takashi Komaba
Characters from the "Fumikiri Poet" (Railroad Crossing Poet) story:
Yuu Ayase as Utako
Komagata will also perform the anime's opening theme song. The song's CD single will ship in June.
The show's official site also revealed a new key visual on Saturday.
Previously announced characters from the "Futari no Seishun" (Their Youth) story include:
Yui Ogura as Tomo
The anime will premiere in April.
The omnibus manga tells a series of short stories about conversations young women have while waiting at railroad crossings.
Yoshio Suzuki (Fighting Beauty Wulong) is directing the anime at EKACHI EPILKA. Misuzu Chiba (Doraemon, Chi's Sweet Adventure) is supervising and writing the series scripts. Kaori Takamura (Dragon Ball Super, Yes! Precure 5 GoGo! episode animation director) is designing the characters. Miyuki Kawashima (Ojisan to Marshmallow, Hinako Note, Love is Like a Cocktail) is the art director. Ayaka Nagano (Attack on Titan, Tokyo Ghoul) is the color key artist. Keiji Ōshima (Attack on Titan, Love Live!) is the director of photography.
Sato launched the manga in Monthly Action in 2016. Futabasha published the manga's second compiled volume last May, and will ship the third volume on March 12.
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