News Yui Ogura Performs Opening Theme for Ongaku Shōjo TV Anime
posted on 2018-05-13 03:15 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Voice actress and singer Yui Ogura announced on Saturday that she will perform the opening theme song "Eien Shōnen" (Forever Boys) for the Ongaku Shōjo (Music Girls) television anime series. The single for the song, which will be Ogura's ninth single, will ship on July 25. Ogura also voices Haori Mukae in the anime.
The anime is based on the anime short that Studio DEEN produced for the Anime Mirai 2015 project. The story follows the protagonist Hanako Yamadaki when she encounters the obscure, low-selling 11-member "C-list" idol unit Ongaku Shōjo. Their producer Ikehashi thinks the unit needs a new member. Together, Ongaku Shōjo and Hanako strive for the top of the music world.
The anime stars:
Seria Fukagawa as Hanako Yamadaki
Karin Takahashi as Sasame Mitsukuri
Miho Okazaki as Mirai Nishio
Yuko Ōno as Yukino Hinata
Miyuri Shimabukuro as Shoop Gushiken
Nako Eguchi as Roro Morooka
Lynn as Kotoko Kintoki
Yui Ogura as Haori Mukae
Sumire Uesaka as Kiri Mukae
Manami Numakura as Haru Chitose
Asami Seto as Eri Kumagai
Mai Fuchigami as Sarasa Ryūō
The anime will premiere in July.
Yukio Nishimoto (Animal Yokocho, Najica Blitz Tactics, The Galaxy Railways) is directing the television anime at Studio DEEN. Deko Akao (After the Rain, Amanchu!, Arakawa Under the Bridge, Flying Witch, Noragami) is supervising and writing the series scripts. Momoka Komatsu is adapting the original character designs by Matsuri Santa for animation. King Records is producing the music.
Pine Records, "Japan's first virtual character label" and King Amusement Creative's real-life equivalent of the idols' in-story label, will release the unit's first single "On Stage Life" on June 6.
The original 2015 Ongaku Shōjo short begins when Eri, a girl who likes to stay indoors, meets a mysterious but enthusiastic transfer student named Haru. Eri used to love to sing and Haru loves Eri's singing. The story follows the two during one summer of their high school life as their love sometimes overlaps and sometimes passes by each other. Seto and Numakura are reprising their roles of Eri and Haru for the television anime.
Source: MoCa News
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