News Amanchu! Advance Anime's 3rd Promo Video Previews Maaya Sakamoto's Ending Theme
posted on 2018-03-11 05:18 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official website for the television anime of Kozue Amano's Amanchu! manga began streaming a third promotional video on Friday for Amanchu! Advance, the anime's second season. The video previews Maaya Sakmoto's ending theme song "Hello, Hello."
The second season premieres on AT-X on April 7 at 11:00 p.m., and will also begin airing on Tokyo MX on April 8 at 11:00 p.m., and on BS11 on April 10 at 12:30 a.m. (effectively April 11 morning). The website's Blu-ray Disc listings for the new season list the series with 12 episodes.
The new cast members include:
Ai Yamamoto as Kokoro Misaki
Ai Kakuma as Kotori Misaki
Aya Suzaki as Kodama Kohinata
Junichi Sato (Sailor Moon, Princess Tutu, Aria the Animation) is returning as chief director. Kiyoko Sayama is replacing Kenichi Kasai as director of the series at J.C. Staff, with scripts by returning Deko Akao (Yes! Precure 5, Arakawa Under the Bridge, Snow White with the Red Hair) and Hiroko Fukuda. Yoko Ito (Love Stage!!) is again designing the characters. Gontiti is composing the music, and Flying Dog is producing the music. Minori Suzuki is performing the opening theme song "Crosswalk." Mistera Feo will return to perform the second season's insert song "Tieleusha."
The Blu-ray Disc releases for the new season will begin shipping with the first volume on May 30. Each of the four volumes will bundle one chapter of an Aria collaboration manga by Amano, and the manga will be more than 100 pages long in total.
Crunchyroll describes the anime:
It is spring, the season of great changes. Hikari Kohinata is an overwhelmingly cheerful and outgoing 15-year-old girl who has spent all her life in a small and beautiful seaside town on the Izu peninsula. On the first day of high school, she meets Futaba Oki, a slightly introverted girl who has just moved from Tokyo. Before she knows it, Futaba gets dragged along into Hikari's passion for scuba diving. And from there, Futaba gradually starts to come out of her shell, and learns how to take challenges and dive into the ocean of life.