Non Non Biyori Vacation Film's Trailer Previews nano.RIPE's Opening Song
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for Non Non Biyori Vacation, the upcoming anime film of Atto's Non Non Biyori manga, revealed the second promotional video and theme song titles on Thursday. The video previews nano.RIPE's opening theme song "Ao no Rakugaki."
The anime's voice cast members Kotori Koiwai, Rie Murakawa, Ayane Sakura, and Kana Asumi are performing the ending theme song "Omoide" (Memories) as their characters.
The film will open in 27 theaters in Japan on August 25.
The main cast and staff are returning from the previous two television anime seasons:
- Kotori Koiwai as Renge Miyauchi
- Rie Murakawa as Hotaru Ichijō
- Ayane Sakura as Natsumi Koshigaya
- Kana Asumi as Komari Koshigaya
- Kaori Nazuka as Kazuho Miyauchi
- Rina Satou as Kaede Kagayama
- Misato Fukuen as Hikage Miyauchi
- Ryoko Shintani as Konomi Fujimiya
- Director: Shinya Kawatsura
- Series Composition: Reiko Yoshida
- Character Design: Mai Otsuka
- Background Art: Kusanagi
- Sound Director: Toshiki Kameyama (grooove)
- Music: Hiromi Mizutani (Team-MAX)
- Music Production: Lantis
- Animation Production: SILVER LINK
As in the earlier television anime, the anime's website lists Suguru Koshigaya's voice cast member as "????."
The manga takes place in the countryside, where the nearest bookstore is 20 minutes away by bicycle, a certain "Ju_p" magazine comes out on Wednesdays instead of Mondays, and the video rental store is 10 stations away. Hotaru Ichijō transfers from Tokyo to this school and readjusts to the slow life in the country. Her fellow schoolmates are Natsumi, Komari, Renge, and Komari's big brother Suguru in the third year of middle school.
The manga already inspired two television seasons and two original anime DVDs. The first television series from director Shinya Kawatsura and anime studio SILVER LINK (WATAMOTE, Baka and Test - Summon the Beasts) premiered in 2013, while the second season premiered in 2015. Crunchyroll streamed both television seasons as they aired in Japan, and Sentai Filmworks licensed and released both series for North American digital and home video release.