Megumi Nakajima Performs 2nd Ending Song for Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits- Anime
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-, the television anime of writer Midori Yūma and illustrator Laruha's Kakuriyo Yadomeshi (Afterlife Inn Cooking) light novel series, revealed on Wednesday that Megumi Nakajima will perform the anime's second ending theme song "Shiranai Kimochi" (Unknown Feelings). The song will be included in the release of Nakajima's "Bitter Sweet Harmony" CD single on August 1. The single's title song is the opening theme song for the Miss caretaker of Sunohara-sou anime.
Yoshiko Okuda (animation director for The Perfect Insider, Casshern Sins) is directing the anime at GONZO. Tomoko Konparu (Utano☆Princesama Legend Star, Kimi ni Todoke) is in charge of series composition, and Youko Satou (Saiyuki Reload Blast, Dog & Scissors) is designing the characters. Takurō Iga (Fuuka, Aria the Scarlet Ammo AA) is composing the music, and Flying Dog is handling the music production. Nao Tōyama is performing the opening theme song "Tō no Manimani," and Manami Numakura is performing the first ending theme song "Sai -color-."
The series centers on a female college student named Aoi (voiced by Nao Tōyama), who inherited the ability to see spirits from her late grandfather. Aoi prides herself on her cooking. One day she's feeding some agricultural spirits when suddenly a god and the master of the "Tenshinya" (Heavenly Inn) appears and takes Aoi away. He says that due to her grandfather's debts, she must become his bride. Aoi hates this idea and instead declares that she will pay back her grandfather's debt by working at the Tenshinya.
Yūma launched the novel series in Kadokawa's Fujimi L Bunko imprint in 2015, and Kadokawa published the eighth volume on April 13. As of last October, the series has more than 340,000 copies in print.
Wako Ioka is drawing a manga adaptation in Kadokawa's B's-LOG COMIC magazine and website, and the manga's fourth volume shipped on March 31.