Real Girl Anime's Promo Video Previews Quruli Opening Song
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for the television anime based on Mao Nanami's Real Girl (3D Kanojo) manga began streaming the long version of the anime's promotional video on Wednesday. The video previews the anime's opening theme song "Daiji na Koto" (Important Thing) by Quruli. (Note: The video linked in the site above is region-locked to Japan.)
Previously revealed cast members include:
Yū Serizawa as Iroha Igarashi, a showy, popular, beautiful "real girl"
Shōta Aoi as Yūto Itō, an otaku who is Tsutsui's only friend
Takuma Terashima as Mitsuya Takanashi, Tsutsui and Iroha's handsome classmate
Minami Tsuda as Arisa Ishino, a girl with a crush on Mitsuya
Reina Ueda as Sumie Ayado, Tsutsui's underclassman who also likes "2D characters"
Sayaka Kanda as Ezomichi, the protagonist of the Magical Girl Ezomichi anime that Tsutsui likes
Takashi Naoya (Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru) is directing the anime at Hoods Entertainment (If Her Flag Breaks, Drifters, Märchen Mädchen). Deko Akao (Flying Witch, Noragami, After the Rain) is in charge of series composition. Satomi Kurita (Hina Logic - from Luck & Logic) is designing the characters.
The josei manga follows Hikari "Tsuttsun" Tsutsui, a high school boy who is satisfied with the virtual girls he encounters in anime and games. He does not have many friends and he lives in his own world. One day, when he is stuck on pool cleaning duty, he is approached by Iroha, a "real girl" who is showy and popular with boys.
The romantic comedy manga ran in Kodansha's Dessert magazine from July 2011 to May 2016, and Kodansha published the series in 12 compiled volumes. The manga has 1.2 million copies in print. Kodansha Comics is releasing the manga digitally in English. The manga is getting a special chapter in Dessert on March 24.
Warner Bros. Japan announced last July that it will also release a live-action film adaptation of the manga. Ayami Nakajō and Hayato Sano are starring as Iroha and Hikari, respectively. The film will open this fall, with Tsutomu Hanabusa directing.
Thanks to Dennis R for the embedded video
Source: MoCa News