Bloom Into You Yuri TV Anime Reveals New Visual, October 5 Premiere
posted on by Karen Ressler
The official website for the television anime of Nio Nakatani's Bloom Into You (Yagate Kimi ni Naru) yuri manga revealed a new visual, the show's premiere date, and theme song titles on Saturday. The show will premiere on October 5 on AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, TV Aichi, TVQ Kyushu, and BS11.
Singer-songwriter Riko Azuna is performing the opening theme song "Kimi ni Furete" (Touched by You), and voice actresses Yūki Takada and Minako Kotobuki are performing the ending theme song "hectopascal" as their respective characters. Both songs will go on sale on November 28.
The cast includes:
Minako Kotobuki as Touko Nanami
Taichi Ichikawa as Seiji Maki
Makoto Katō (Beautiful Bones -Sakurako's Investigation-) is directing the anime at TROYCA (Aldnoah.Zero, Re:CREATORS). Jukki Hanada (Sound! Euphonium, Love Live!, A Place Further Than the Universe) is supervising and writing the scripts. Hiroaki Gohda (Amagami SS, Love, Election and Chocolate) is designing the characters. Michiru Oshima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Little Witch Academia, Night is Short, Walk On Girl) is composing the music.
Yuu has always loved shoujo manga and awaits the day she gets a love confession that sends her heart aflutter with bubbles and blushes, and yet when a junior high classmate confesses his feelings to her...she feels nothing. Disappointed and confused, Yuu enters high school still unsure how to respond. That's when Yuu sees the beautiful student council president Nanami turn down a suitor with such maturity that she's inspired to ask her for help. But when the next person to confess to Yuu is Nanami herself, has her shoujo romance finally begun?
Nakatani launched the manga in Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh in April 2015. Kadokawa published the manga's fifth compiled book volume on January 26, and will ship the sixth volume on September 26. As of February 6, the manga has 500,000 copies in print in Japan. Seven Seas Entertainment shipped the manga's fifth volume in English on August 14.
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