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Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits- Stage Play's Cast Visuals Revealed

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Play runs in Tokyo, Fukuoka in September

The official website for the stage play adaptation of writer Midori Yūma and illustrator Laruha's Kakuriyo Yadomeshi (Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-) light novel series revealed individual visuals for the 15 main cast members on Thursday.

Hiroki Nakada as Ōdanna (Master)

Shunya Ōhira as Ginji

Sōichirō Sorihashi as Akatsuki

Tsubasa Kizu as Byakuya

Hotaru Nomoto as Aoi Tsubaki

Rimo Hasegawa as O-Ryō

Kanako Hiramatsu as Ōgondōji

Saki Funaoka as Suzuran

Masachika Yuasa as Sasuke

Takahiro Watanabe as Tannosuke

Nami Nishida as Kasuga

Kōsei Kimura as Chibi (double cast)

Rion Okano as Chibi (double cast)

Masashi Yamazaki as Matsuba

Noboru Washio as Shirō Tsubaki

The cast also includes Tatsuya Ogasawara, Kei Yamaguchi, Junki Shimoda, Kiyotaka Kobayashi, Shione Ikezawa, and Mizuki Yoshida as the ensemble.

The play will run at Tokyo's Theatre Sunmall from September 5-9 and Fukuoka's Nishitetsu Hall from September 13-16.

Kaori Moriyama is writing the script and Satoshi Ōgi is directing.

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.

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 "Tenjin-ya" (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 Tenjin-ya.

The anime premiered on April 2, and it will have a total of 26 episodes. Crunchyroll is streaming the series as it airs in Japan, and Funimation is streaming an English dub.

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. The fifth volume will ship on September 15. Viz Media has licensed the manga.

Sources: Kakuriyo Yadomeshi stage play's website, Animate Times

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