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Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrale TV Anime Unveils More Cast, More Staff, Story, Song Info, Debut Date, Promo

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An unveiling event and the accompanying official website for the Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrale television anime revealed more cast members, more staff members, a story introduction, information on the theme songs, January 12 premiere date, and the first promotional video on Saturday. They also confirmed that the anime's finalized title has changed from previously listed Colorful Pastrale ~from Bermuda △~.

The newly announced cast members (from left to right in the images below) include:

Noriko Hidaka as Arudi, the head of the village of Parrel
Kikuko Inoue as Feruma, the manager of the popular cafe Espoir

Ayaka Shimoyamada as Phrase, the manager of a windmill
Rina Takatsuki as Coda, who is in charge of the machinery in Parrel
Yumi Uchiyama as Chante, a farmer of brown algae and other seaweed
Emiko Takeuchi as Maltre, the manager of a shop that offers accessories
Chiwa Saito as Léger, the caretaker of the five leads' residence and the person in charge of various things at the village office

Eriko Matsui as Poko, an otter who is always with Fina
Hirofumi Nojima as Mail Carrier Azarashi (Seal), the old postal worker who knows what is happening outside the village
Eriko Matsui as Capri, one of the Chibikko trio
Yume Miyamoto as Adele, one of the Chibikko trio
Amina Satō as Natura, one of the Chibikko trio

Takashi Matsuyama as Manta, a wanderer of the seas worldwide

Takayoshi Hashimoto (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st creature designer, Dog Days key animator) is serving as chief animation director in addition to designing the characters for animation. Goichi Iwahata and Noritaka Suzuki are designing the props, and Yukihiro Shibutani is designing and directing the art. Mei Takeda is the sub-character designer. Kenji Masuda is collaborating on the designs and supervising the LO. Fusako Nakao is the color key artist.

Yasushi Hattori is the director of photography, and Tetra is handling the 3D CG. Kazuhiko Seki is editing, and Chikako Yokota is directing the sound. Naoko/hanawaya is composing the music, and Yoichiro Yoshikawa is producing the music.

The website describes the story:

The glittering spotlights. The sparkling, fluffy, cute outfits. The charming voices while dancing with bright smiles. Under the dazzling lights on the big city stage, these would be the mermaid idols who swim and dance freely underwater.

But far from this big city, the girls once lived in the peaceful village of Parrel. These girls, who would not even imagine such a glittering future for themselves, are instead just raising a fuss over the snack cakes they are eating. This is the story of the cheerful daily life of mermaids who strive their hardest everyday.

Pastel*Palettes is performing the opening theme song "Wonderland Girl," and each of the five members of Colorful Pastrale is performing her own version of the ending theme song "Shabon" (Sabão or soap).

The series will premiere on January 12 at 10:00 p.m. on the Tokyo MX station.

The official website is also streaming a promotional video for the overall Bermuda Triangle project:


The cast, from left to right in the image below, stars:


Junji Nishimura (Dog Days, ViVid Strike!, Basilisk: Ōka Ninpōchō) is directing at Seven Arcs Pictures, and Michiko Yokote (Squid Girl, Genshiken) is in charge of the series scripts. Takayoshi Hashimoto (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st creature designer, Dog Days key animator) is adapting the original character designs by Takuya Fujima (Dog Days manga art, R-15, ViVid Strike!) for animation.

The anime is a spinoff of the Cardfight!! Vanguard franchise and follows the in-story Bermuda Triangle mermaid idols.

Source: Bermuda Triangle: Colorful Pastrale anime's official website via Otakomu


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